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World War 3: Ukraine Vs Russia Update | China & US Tensions Rise Over Taiwan
Jun 14 2022
World War 3: Ukraine Vs Russia Update | China & US Tensions Rise Over Taiwan
In this week's episode of Red Pill Revolution, we discuss all sides of the Ukraine VS Russia War. We read both Putin and Zelenskys most recent speeches surrounding the war. We also discuss the recent findings that 80 Fort Bragg soldiers died from "unexplained causes" after taking a certain forced gene therapy. Lastly, we discuss recent rising tensions between China and the US surrounding Taiwan.  Subscribe and leave a 5-star review today! ----more---- Our website   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to  now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:  Transcription:   Welcome to the revolution. Hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. This is episode number 30, two of the red pill revolution podcast. And again, thank you so much for joining me. We have a very interesting show for you guys today. Today's show is going to be all about an update from the Russia Ukraine war. I feel like it's been a while since we've heard anything about it. It's been a little bit since we've touched on what's actually going on there. So we're going to go over, uh, some, some really, uh, deep dives into the conversations and it's all going to be directly from the mouths of the presidents or whatever you want to call them from each country. So we're going to talk about Putin going over, why he believes there is currently food shortages who's fault. Meanwhile, while the U S is placing blame on the Putin price hike, a Russian president, Vladimir Putin thinks there's a different story to that. Also we're going to discuss, does Vladimir Putin have cancer and did he potentially survive an assassination attempt? Whoa. All right. Then we're going to talk about Zelenskyi, his recent speech about the war, and then the Putins most reasoned speech about the war. So all of this today is going to be directly from the mouths of the presidents, which are on each side of this war. So we'll get a completely non-biased approach and then we will discuss it on top of that. We're also going to discuss 80 soldiers at Fort Bragg who have recently died of sudden and unexplained deaths. So many deaths, in fact that the, uh, they basically stopped. Over a year ago, June of 2021, Fort Bragg stopped recording these deaths of these soldiers. So all of that, and more today, it's going to be a great episode. First thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button. You know, the drill. It takes two seconds out of your day to subscribe to the podcast. 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We have a little bit change the format up today. We did a little intro clip. Now let's go ahead and do the full introduction and then we will discuss everything here today. So again, thank you so much for listening. Welcome to the revolution. welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing every thing that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpret about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the rebel. All right, again, episode number 20 or 32. Oh my gosh. Episode number 30, two of the red pill revolution podcast. So we're going to jump right into it today, guys. The first thing we're going to discuss is the Fort Bragg lost over 80 soldiers from sudden and unexplained causes to a point where they completely stopped reporting the deaths. After June of 2021. It's been a full year now where they have not been reporting these deaths. So I'm going to read this article. It says one of the largest military installations in the world, Fort Bragg is home to approximately 54,000 military personnel and includes the special forces, the airborne corpse, the joint special force operations command, and just 18 months Fort brag lost over 80 soldiers. From sudden and unexplained causes. According to officials, 33 of the fatalities are undetermined causes for Brad, cannot explain why dozens of soldiers are dying in their own bunks during the same 18 month period, three Fort Bragg soldiers died in overseas combat. Wow. So three soldiers died in the line of duty in the same time that more than 80 soldiers died unexplained in their beds. Now I'm not even going to jump into why I think that may be let's let the article do the talking and then we'll discuss it after. But I think that's pretty unbelievable. Three soldiers died overseas in combat at Fort Bragg, which is a special forces base while 80 soldiers died from unexplained causes. Wow. So it says, this means that soldiers stationed at Fort Bragg are 27 times more likely to die unexpectedly in their. Then they are in overseas, combat Fort Bragg stops reporting the soldiers deaths after dozens of soldiers are found dead in their bunks and investigative reporter for rolling stones magazine. Seth harp has been looking into this medical anomaly on February 9th, 2022. Seth reported that the death of 83 soldiers at Fort Bragg in the 18 months ending in June, 2021, Fort Bragg stopped reporting the fatalities after June, 2021, but the bowtie counts continue to rise out of the 83 sudden unexplained fatalities. 11 of them were determined to be from natural causes. Imagine that the healthiest soldiers in the world, these special forces soldiers at a special forces base. Now they're not all special forces, obviously. Um, but it's a pretty damn healthy base. Uh, 27 times more likely to die unexplained unexpectedly in there. Then from actual combat. Um, so it says that 11 of them were determined to be from natural causes. Heart wrote that Fort Bragg soldiers have been turning up unresponsive in their barracks on a disturbingly regular basis since the beginning of 2020, including Qaeda, Caleb Smith, Terrence Salazar, Jamie bogger, Joshua diamond, Matthew Disney, McKell Rubino, Michael Hamilton and numerous others who have not been named drugs were involved in the deaths of Joshua diamond and Matthew Disney. The two were found dead on the same day in June, 2021, just two weeks after airborne master Sergeant Martin S ACV. The third was caught trafficking cocaine. Wow. Okay. That took a turn. Drugs are only a small part of the problem in January of 2021 army captain Robert Latham died suddenly after an apparent heart attack. The 32 year old was previously in top physical condition of green Baret named Calvin Rockwood passed away from a sudden and unexplained medical event. The 38 rule was an excellent physical condition as well. According to Seth nine more young and fit soldiers were found unresponsive in their bunks, the us army and Fort Bragg refuse to report on the surgeon deaths disrespecting the soldiers and their families. Could there be a serious drug problem going on at Fort Bragg? Could these deaths indicate a surge in suicides and overdoses? The military continues to be assaulted by mandates that harm soldiers, physically and mentally the vaccine mandates damage combat readiness while banishing the strongest healthiest freedom fighters from the. Now I think that's interesting to note, um, the military had a complete and total, uh, any, basically anybody who refused to get vaccinated got thrown out. Now, I personally know of a soldier who literally lost eyesight after being forced to take the vaccine. Um, and then they wouldn't give him an honorable discharge to get out. It's it's, it's unbelievable to me, the way that their military has been going about this. Now, what I think this has to do with more so even than the vaccine is getting agreeable soldiers, you can find very easily find where party lines lie. When you talk about vaccine mandates, it's a weird thing that medical science has to somehow be politicized to the point where, you know, if you're unvaccinated, you're probably laying on one side and if you're vaccinated, you're probably lying on the other. Um, sometimes it intermingles, but in this case, a lot of times that holds true. So in the military, if you just do a massive basically, uh, you know, kicking out of everybody who does not decide to get vaccinated, you're basically kicking out anybody who disagrees with the political ideology of the president who held office or holds office. And I saw a video the other day I was on Tik TOK or something, um, where there was literally a soldier who was talking and saying how he was, uh, he always, he thought he was going to be the only one who was getting kicked out for not taking the vaccine. And he showed up for his discharge and, uh, unbeknownst to him, there was a huge line of soldiers who were being discharged specifically because of their medical status. Crazy, crazy. So this article goes on to say, The military has medical database explodes with a thousand percent increase in medical issues in 2021. Now you have to realize that our soldiers have to be within a certain age. When I was in, I believe the oldest that you could enlist was about 29. I was 18 when I enlisted, but I believe when I was enlisting, the oldest, you could be as 29. Now you can get like a medical waiver up to 39, but you're young, right? You're pretty damn young if you're going into the military. So a thousand percent increase in medical issues in 2021 X like exactly proceeding the time when they did a forced vaccination. Now, it's also interesting to note that you'll get a bunch of other vaccines when you go into the military. You know, I think this is an interesting conversation. When I went as, when I was in the military, I've literally, before I went in the military, I never in my life saw somebody. Pass out, just, just close their eyes and just completely passed out. Now, if you go to any single military parade, like a graduation parade in the military, you're going to see more people pass out in a single parade than you've ever seen in your entire life ever. So, you know, when you go into the military, any vaccinations that you haven't had, you literally go through a line where they give you dozens, like dozens of vaccines. Um, you know, you get a penicillin shot, which you call the peanut butter shot because it leaves, you know, this big, huge bump in your body that you gotta like rub out on the floor. Um, you get a bunch of, bunch of vaccines that they give you in, that they give you a penicillin shot, literally for no reason, no reason at all. They give you the shot. It makes no sense. Um, but they give it to you. They give you every vaccine that they can think of because to them, you're like livestock, you're a number. And if you cost them money, because there's an outbreak of whatever, uh, you know, your livestock to them. So they just jab, jab, jab, jab, jab, Uh, regardless of what your belief systems are, regardless of any exemptions you think you may hold. Um, and so you literally just see people pass out. I literally caught a dude, like we were leaving our tech school. Um, I was in the air traffic control tech tech school at, uh, Keesler air force base in Biloxi, Mississippi. And it was like the first day that we got out of bootcamp and, uh, you know, you're so like just disoriented in these situations. And it's the very first day I walked out of our dorms. We line up in, uh, in our, you know, whatever elements and, uh, I'm at the very front with a guy. Um, and the ended up being the cool dude, but on the very, very first day of tech school, uh, this guy starts marching. And, uh, as he's marching, I literally see, he starts to March like sideways, like kind of like starts to sway side to side and like a zigzag position. And all of a sudden this dude's probably like six foot four, two hundred and forty five pounds. And this man just like, just. Just seizes up. His body just stops and he just starts to fall and they actually caught him and like fell to the ground with them. Luckily, uh, so he didn't hit his head because I was the, uh, the guy next to him. Um, so we were the two tallest in the flight, but, uh, but luckily he, you know, they tried to say it was like dehydration or something, but literally you just laughed being from getting all of these, you know, different jabs from all these different things. Um, so it doesn't surprise me that there's a thousand percent increase, especially when it's something like this, you know, specific type, which isn't actually like any of those other ones that we've gotten in the past. So anyways, side note, the military health system began administrating, administering the spike protein MRMA to military service members on December 14th, 2020, since then the military has administered more than 6.4 million doses, fully inoculating 90.1% of active duty service members with the two dose protocol. Uh, Pretty crazy. Now this goes on to ask, now this is not a, this is a little bit of a bias article. So, you know, take this with a grain of salt and read about it on your own. Um, but this goes on to say that, uh, what role does the shot have on the number of unexpected and undetermined deaths? Why is Fort Bragg less safe than it was before the mask testing and vaccine mandates? The army is failing to keep soldiers combat ready. And this is evidenced by the military, his own medical surveillance system, defense medical epidemiology database is used to detect surges of injury and illnesses in the military to make sure that all of the individuals are combat ready. The D med and the armed forces, health surveillance branches, web based tool to remotely query de identified active component personnel and medical event data contained within the defense medical surveillance system. Wow. That was a mouthful in January, 2022 attorneys. Thomas runs and Leah. Retrieved the demat data from the military whistleblowers, Dr. Samuel single off Peter Chambers and Theresa Long. Um, the data was provided to Senator Ron Johnson at a historic round table meeting with doctors and lawyers. According to the data, the five-year average for medical issues in the military was 1.7 million coats. After the jab protocol was mandated on the military, the number of medical issues spike to 20, my reading that right. Wow, 22 million, 22 million from 1.7 million, which is a 1000% increase over 1000% increase. Many of the issues are directly related to these jobs, including Bell's palsy, mire, myocardial infraction, pulmonary embolisms, and neurological disorders. One of the military doctors testified it is my professional opinion that the major increases in incidences of the above discussed instances of miscarriages cancers and disease were due to these. Wow. That's terrifying, right? That you can go into a position and you're already, so, uh, you're already so vulnerable. Like when you go to bootcamp, when you go to tech school, like the whole point of going to bootcamp is so they can literally like diminish your personality to a point where they can mold you to be a soldier, right? So you're already so vulnerable. You're already, you know, have all of these, uh, people of authority who are running on a bus, screaming at you is second. You get into bootcamp and you know, you're really in this vulnerable position. And so the fact that they're now mandating that you get an experimental medication or spear mental drug within the first few days that you're there leading to a 1000% increase for young, healthy individuals in medical instances, such as Bell's palsy, myocardial infraction, and pulmonary embolisms, which is terrifying. That's terrifying. Right? That's crazy. And we're not even seeing long-term data yet. Right. That thousand percent is literally just the last two years has nothing to do with long-term effects of this has nothing to do with long-term cancers or, you know, any of the long-term effects that we're going to see on this. So it's going to be interesting to follow the data. I am not going to give my, you know, I'll go off of this article. I'll let you guys form your own opinion, but it's definitely weird that there's a thousand percent increase here. That's pretty crazy. And, uh, obviously we hope that all of our soldiers are okay and that these medical events tend to go away. But I think it's a overall, you know, when, when th there's, um, there was also a certain percentage. I, I discussed this in one of my last podcasts where there was, I forget the number, but it was like an overall, uh, 80% increase in unexplained deaths for people from the age of 18 to like 38 or something. I forget what the exact statistics were, but it was just overall increases in death by like 80% over the last several years. Um, so truly, truly terrifying. Um, I hope that, uh, this kind of, you know, ceases, um, moving forward, but anyways, all right, so the next thing we're going to walk through is the Russia and Ukraine war updates. Now, again, how I'm going to do this is I'm going to read verbatim the most recent speeches by both Vladimir Putin and Zelenskyi. Now we've had some recent conversations from our white house and our white house press secretary discussing the food shortages. And so I did want to note that the main, one of the most recent, one of the most interesting conversations by Vladimir Putin most recently was the conversation that he had surrounding food shortages. But what we're going to go over before we go over, that is just some general war updates. All right. So significant updates in the Russia Ukraine war. So the most recent one is that over 1000 Ukrainian soldiers who surrendered in miracle reportedly transferred to Russia for investigation. Then second one was that intra noble radiation detectors around nuclear power plants are back online for the first time since the invasion. Second, the third one is that Russian forces are moving some from, and I'm gonna butcher these names of these cities. I promise you Russian forces moving from Zappa Zia area to Carson area to support defense positions threatened by Ukrainian attacks. Next one is about Donbass. So you creating a defenses holding in Despite Russian attacks from three different directions. That's coming from a UK intelligence officer. And it goes on to say that Russian forces renew their offensive north east of Beck mute to allow them to reinforce operations in sever on Don ask and listen, chants area, Russian troops are continuing their efforts to advance insolvency risk and Islam area from Lehman. I hope you don't listen to this podcast for my pronunciation of Russian cities, because I sure I disappointed you there, but you get the point. Those are the most recent major, uh, changes in the actual front of the war. Um, now it goes on to say that Ukrainian president Zelensky claims that Russia is losing an average of 300 troops aid. To Ukrainian soldiers, Russia disputes, these claims, but does not disclose a figure in response Russia's foreign ministry claims that Ukraine is losing a significant number and is constantly having to replace units. They estimate losses could be averaging 300 to 400 a day. This number is disputed by Ukrainian president Selenski and he says that Ukraine is averaging 100 per day. So they're both, they're both saying that each other is full of shit yet. Neither of them wants to give an actual figure. Although, I guess the Lensky has said that it was about 100, whereas Russia estimated it was 300 to 400 soldiers. Uh, so, um, according to those claims, you know, do with that information, what you will, uh, but that's the most recent, quick updates on the actual front of Ukraine. Now, the next thing that we're going to discuss here is Putin's speech on food shore. All right now, I think this one's interesting because he actually talks about a lot of the politics around the world. He brings up the global order. Um, he brings up a lot of interesting points. Um, and we'll get to that in just a moment. But first, the only way that you can support this podcast is by going to my website, red pill, revolution dot C o.com is for losers. Go to red pill, revolution dot C O right now. And now you can support the podcast in a couple of ways. The first way is by signing up for life insurance, right? Everybody's getting all worried about food shortages. This is this next topic, right? Get your cans at wherever you get your food from, you know, pickle, some asparagus. I don't know what the hell you do. 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He expressed an actually in the past week, many countries have expressed concern, not so much about the food crisis, but they are afraid of large scale famine because world food prices are climbing. And so our oil and gas prices, these issues are interrelated. Naturally the west blames Russia for this too. What is the real situation at this point? How is it developing and what do you think will happen in the food and energy markets? Okay. What a great question. I think that was phrased very well. And let them report and begins to respond now. Um, the way that vitamin uprooting responds is he says, yes, indeed. We are seeing attempts to place the responsibility on Russia for developments in the global food market and the growing problems there. I must say that this is another attempt to pin the blame on somebody else, but why first the situation with the global global food market did not become worse yesterday, or even with the launch of Russia's special military operation in Donbass, in Ukraine, the situation took a downturn in February, 2020 during the efforts to counter the Corona virus pandemic. When the global economy was down in, had to be revived the financial and economic authorities in the United States of all things found nothing better than to allocate large amounts of money to support the population and certain businesses and economic sectors. We generally did almost the same thing, but I assure you that we are. We were much more accurate and the results are obvious. We did this selectively and got the desired results without affecting macro economic indicators, including excessive inflation growth. The situation was quite different in the United States. The money supply in the United States grew by 5.9 trillion in less than two years from February, 2020 to the end of 2021 unprecedented productivity of the money printing machines, the total cash supply grew by 38.5% 38.6. I'm sorry. Apparently the U S financial authorities believed the dollar was a global currency and it would spread as usual as it did in previous years would dissolve in the global economy and the United States would not even feel it, but that did not happen. Not this time. Vladimir Putin said, as a matter of fact, decent. And there are such people in the United States, the secretary of the treasury recently said they had made a mistake. So it was a mistake made by the U S financial and economic authorities. It had nothing to do with Russia's actions in Ukraine. It is totally unrelated. Vladimir Putin says, and that was the first step and a big one towards the current unfavorable food market situation. Because in the first place, food prices immediately went up. They grew, this is the first reason he says. The second reason was European countries, shortsighted policies, and above all the European commission's policy. In regard to energy, we see what is going on there. Personally, I, as in Vladimir Putin, believe that many political players in the United States and Europe have been taking advantage of people's natural concerns about the climate climate change. And they began to promote this green agenda, including the energy. So now he's pointing to the way that our government and political system is politicizing, you know, global warming or whatever they call it now. Okay. And all seems fine, except for the unqualified and groundless recommendations about what needs to be done in the energy sector. The capabilities of alternative types of energy are overestimated solar wind, any other types and hydrogen power. Those are good prospects for the future probably, but today they cannot be produced in the required amount with their required quality and at acceptable prices. And at the same time, Vladimir Putin says they began to be little, the importance of conventional types of energy, including and above all hydrocarbons. What was the result of this? He says banks stopped issuing loans because they were under pressure insurance companies stopped insuring. Local authorities stopped allocating plots of land for expanding production in reduced the construction of special transports, including pipelines. All this led to a shortage of investment in the world, energy sector and price hikes. As a result, the wind was not as strong as expected during the past year winter dragged on and prices instantly sword. On top of all of that, the Europeans did not listen to our pres persistent requests to preserve long-term contracts for the delivery of natural gas to European countries. They started to wind them down. Many are still valid. Now we have a couple paragraphs last on this portion. Many are still valid, but they started winding them down. This had a negative effect on the European energy market. The prices went up. Russia has absolutely nothing to do with this. Now it's interesting how, you know, thought out this conversation has been, you know, what he's pointed to so far was the shutting down of pipe. The printing of 38.6% of our overall currency, as well as the, uh, downturn of, uh, contracts sent out and loans being sent to energy companies, um, all causing this rise in global prices and food shortages. Now it says that, but as soon as gas prices started going up, fertilizer prices followed suit because gas is used to produce some of these fertilizers. Everything is interconnected. As soon as fertilizers prices started growing many businesses, including those in European countries became unprofitable and started shutting down altogether. Putin said the amount of fertilizer in the world market took a dive and prices soared dramatically, much of the surprise, much to the surprise of many European politicians. However, we warned them about this, and this is not linked to Russia's military operations in Don Boston. This has nothing to do with it. But when we launched our operation, our so-called European and American partners started taking steps that aggravated the situation in both the food and fertilizer production markets, by the way, Russia accounts for 25% of the fertilizer market, as for Patash fertilizers. Now this is a translation from somewhere. Um, so there's probably a little bit of funky little verbiage here when it comes to Patosh fertilizers, Russia, and Belarus account for 45% of the world markets. This is a tremendous amount. The crop yield depends on the quantity of fertilizers put into the soil. As soon as it became clear that our fertilizers would not be in the world market prices instantly stored on both fertilizers and food products, because there are no fertilizers. It is impossible Purdue to produce the required amount of agricultural products. One thing leads to another and Russia has nothing to do with it. Our partners made a host of mistakes themselves. And now they're looking for someone to blame. Of course, Russia is the most suitable candidate in this respect. Okay. So that is Vladimir Putin's, uh, opinion as to why we are potentially running into food shortages. Why our gas prices are soaring, um, to the point where, uh, you know, everybody's starting and only fans, you know, and showing themselves, you know, I'm going to start and only fans and literally just go to the gas pump and just, you know, metaphorically get fucked there. Maybe people will fund my, uh, gas adventures that way. If I started only fans where you literally just go to the gas station and show yourself at the gas pump, it probably suits the platform. Um, anyways, so I thought that was interesting. It went pretty in depth there around the macro economics as to why. He believes we're having an energy crisis, why he believes gas prices are soaring, um, at least on this side of the world and why these potential famine conversations are coming up. Okay. Um, now we pointed to a lot of things there, right? The fertilizer market is an interesting one. It's not one that, you know, I've heard anybody discuss surrounding this, um, the energy crisis regarding, um, you know, uh, the way that he explained it about wind solar and all of the other ways that we're looking to kind of expand on these, you know, the electric market for electric vehicles. Yeah. That's all fine. But even if we, you know, literally everybody got an electric vehicle. Where where's that power coming from? Where's the electricity coming from? Because what I saw was there was a, I believe it was a Senator was getting questions surrounding, uh, where, you know, she was like boasting about how a certain percentage or somebody, you know, like basically started with electric vehicles and what, after being questioned, they found that the only way that they're able to actually supply enough energy for the electricity for these vehicles was through coal, like natural gas, like what it's just trading. One thing for the other, only that what's actually happening here is our politicians have gotten so balls deep invested into these energy companies and into the, you know, the battery companies who are over mining in Afghanistan and all of these other lithium rich places. They've they're so balls deep in investing into these companies that they need this to work. They have so much millions of doubt. Pelosi probably has, you know, uh, Epstein island under some of these lithium companies and needs to make her money. Right. It needs to get her, her, uh, her profits out of it. So what they're doing is they're trying to pass as many policies they're trying to, you know, in my opinion, there's, uh, an inflation of prices for gas. It could potentially even be, uh, um, intentional at this point because they have so much money invested in these electric vehicle card markets working that now they want to force your hands, right. They even talked about, uh, giving twice a $25,000 subsidy or tax write-off or something to people to purchase an electric vehicle. I think that was in one of the legislative, um, something that they were one of the bills that they were trying to pass. It was like sneakers. Position on page 36,074 or something, um, where they were going to give subsidies to people to pay for an electric vehicle. Now, when they do that, right, they pull out of, um, you know, they pull out of Afghanistan suddenly, very intentionally. They pull out of Afghanistan, one of the most lithium rich countries in the world only to have immediately the Taliban doing a deal with China for the lithium deposits. Hm. Oh. And also all of our politicians are in some way, shape or form or another invested into electric vehicles working out and your gas vehicle going away. I don't know who am I I'm sure. None of this is interconnected. All right. So the next thing, and the next topic that we're going to discuss here is a Vladimir Putin. So this is an article from. I believe it's a Newsweek New York post. All right. The New York post says Vladimir Putin has cancer and likely survived in assassination attempt. And that is from a U S intelligence analyst. It goes on to say that the us intelligence community believes that Russian president Vladimir Putin's health is suffering and that he is being treated for cancer. The assessment attributed to Newsweek was attributed to high ranking officials at three separate intelligence agencies and comes months after speculation that the Russian strongman is suffering from terminal ailments. Hootin is definitely sick and official from the office of the director of national intelligence, told the outlet while noting whether he's going to die soon is mere speculation. Two other officials, one from the defense intelligence agency and one retired air force officer also claimed to have access to a comprehensive Intel or intelligence assessment of Putin's. And said the outlook for the Russian leader is bleak. According to the report. Now, one thing that a few people have noted, I think I even heard Joe Rogan talk about it was that, um, recently you've seen the pictures of Vladimir Putin and his face looks like almost inflated, like, um, like he has some type of anemia, um, or like, uh, right in the EMEA. No, that's not the word. Is that the word? Anemia? I don't know. Water. I think it's anemia. Let's look it up. Am I wrong? Hm it's like a, when water starts to like, um, anemia is defined as a low number of red blood cells, I was completely wrong. What does it, when your body's holding water? What's the word? Tell me anybody. Anybody? No. All right. Well, water retention, 40 types. Uh, we're not gonna find it move in on. All right. So he's holding. Right. Hypertension. That's wrong. Hypertension is high blood pressure. All right. Um, so Putin script is strong. Uh, the intelligence community also reports and believes that Putin is increasingly paranoid about his hold of power and that he may have survived in this fascination attempt in March. Putin's grip is strong, but no longer absolute said one in senior intelligence officer. He says the jockeying inside the Kremlin has never been more intense during his rule. Everyone's sensing that the end is near the officials also warns that Putin as Putin has become increasingly isolated access to credible intelligence has also become more difficult to obtain one source of our best intelligence, which is contact with outsiders largely dried up as a result of the Ukrainian war. The senior DIA official said noting that as Putin has fewer meetings with foreign leaders, there are fewer opportunities to learn about his. It goes on to say that we need to be mindful of the influence of wishful thinking. The retired air force leader said still, the sources said that following televised appearance in April, in which the Russian leader was seen awkwardly gripping a table while meeting with his defense minister, the intelligence community told the white house that Putin was ill and most likely dying. Well, those are two completely different things, you know, being ill and dying. I don't know, kind of separate rumors of Putin's immense demise have been reported since the early days of his invasion of Ukraine in early April, Russia, investigative journalism outlet. The project reported that Putin was quite ill and had been receiving regular visits from a noted Russian oncologist. The other account was followed by multiple reports, some from telegram channels, supposedly aligned with Kremlin dissidents that the ex KGB man was due to undergo various surgeries or was looking for a potential six. Regardless of Putin's health, the DIA official warned against underestimating. The Russian president. He's still very dangerous in chaos. Does lay ahead. If he does die, we need to focus on that and be ready. Interesting. Um, so apparently not only is he dodging cancer, but he's also dodging assassination attempts. I wish we got more information on either of those. Um, but I don't know. Um, I, I think that, you know, there's been a lot of talks about this. There's been a lot of people who believe that, uh, Vladimir Putin has been sick for a while. Now. There was actually a whole report that I saw that looked at all of his absences. So like all of the timeframes, um, that he had been, uh, basically out of the public eye for extended periods of time and the actual logs of who was coming and going from seeing him during the. And a lot of them noted that a Russian oncologist, um, so interesting. And it does even speak to the fact that what would happen if he did die, right. That would obviously cause a huge power vacuum. Um, and then would cause you know, uh, a big power struggle, especially during this time of war, that would, I don't know. I don't know. Um, so, and then another thing is the assassination attempt. I've heard some crazy wild stories about the fascination that times not only assassination in times on Vladimir Putin, but also. Uh, him assassinating other people. There was a report surrounding the fact that, um, if you were an official at the table of the negotiations on behalf of your president for Ukraine or Russia, you are actually just as likely to die as a soldier on the front lines, there was like three or four assassinations of officials who were at the table of negotiations, um, during, uh, underneath both Putin and Zelensky. Um, so that sounds terrifying. I don't want to be assassinated. It sounds like there's been several attempts on him. And, uh, he also, uh, potentially has cancer. Um, you know, maybe he's gotten better, maybe that oncologist helped and maybe he's no longer dealing with it. But what I do know is if you go back and look at some of the pictures of him from before and now you see that water retention, um, on his face, which happens when you start to take, uh, some of those medications for that water retention. Um, so anyways, moving on now, what we're going to read now is going to be, uh, actually Zelenskyi his speech on the war, and then we're going to discuss Putin's speech on the war. Okay. Now, uh, Zelensky speech is kind of hype. He starts it with like a big, like, you know, Ukrainians. This was on June 8th. So roughly five days ago, this is what's the lens he said regarding the war. He said, Ukrainian. All of our defenders exactly 10 years ago, this day marked the start of Euro 2012, the European football championships, which brought together all Ukrainians and poles, Ukrainians, and the vast majority of Europeans, the opening ceremony was in Warsaw. The final ceremony was in our Capitol in Kiev. The matches were hosted in different cities of our two countries and in particular, in Donetsk and the Donbass area only 10 years have passed. And it seems that that was another world just today. The occupiers announced the absolutely crazy news that they were preparing to unite some football clubs from all occupied territories into one pseudo championship from  curse, Melo, Paul Crimea, and even part of Georgia. It's just a mockery of the occupiers over people who remember everything. Well, 10 years ago, our dynamic was a strong, proud and developed city in the rush. Came, uh, and then Russia came, brought ideas of just, uh, of just such an attic inadequate level. And now it is a ghost town that has lost most people, thousands of lives and absolutely all prospects, only the return of Ukraine, which will definitely happen. Only our flag in only Ukrainian law will mean a normal life for these territories, for these cities. Again, the life that was there, peaceful, safe, and open to the world. And of course, new matches of world-class teams at the Donbass arena. Now he must have been like speaking at an actual event or something at some, you know, a soccer arena. Um, I am grateful to president of Poland, a friend of the Ukrainians for the fact that he has now started a special trip to European countries to support the European project. Of our country, this June, we are going to get a decision on the candidacy. Now he's speaking on of them joining the European union, which would eventually lead to potential ties, um, for the UN, which is the whole reason that Putin said that he started this war in the first place, was that he did not want Ukraine to become a part of the UN. Now, if you crane becomes a part of the UN, then what happens? Well, then there's a treaty. And I would assume that we would have other countries go into war on Ukraine's behalf based on that treaty. So that's what he's speaking to right now. It says president of Slovakia, Zuzanna Kapito VA was to go with Andrea, such a joint initiative of the two leaders was planned, a positive cotinine or COVID-19 test hindered it while these are the conditions of our life. Now I spoke today as the German chancellor of. About the decision in favor of Ukraine or the candidacy as well, which in fact will be a decision in favor of Europe. We talked about defense support and about food security guaranteeing, which is really a global interest already because no one can be interested except the Russian state in the global food crisis. I addressed today, the participants of the investment contract or conference organized to discuss the economic prospects of our state representatives of the world's largest funds were among the participants. Although the event was not public, it was still very important and powerful. I invited them to invest in Ukraine, invest, invest with, you know, large weaponry tanks, uh, you know, fighter jets. It is very important for me that that was me speaking, not Zelenskyi. Um, it is very important for me to see such an audience. And these, I emphasize again, are representative of the most influential part of American. Believes that these sanctions against Russia should be strengthened. Therefore it would be right for politicians to hear this position leading business and the majority of American and European societies, that there is still not enough pressure on the Ukrainian Federation to end this war. According to the results of this day, the a hundred and fifth day of the full-scale war, um, sever on dynastic remains the epicenter of the confrontation than dumbass. We defend our positions, inflict, inflict, significant losses on the enemy. This is a very fierce battle, very difficult, probably one of the most difficult throughout the war. I am grateful to everyone who defends this direction. In many ways, the fate of our Donbass is being decided there. I also designed decrees on awarding our heroes 285 combatants were awarded state awards in 68 of them. Post humorously, eternal memory to all who gave their lives for. Eternal glory to our heroes who defend the state glory to Ukraine. I can't imagine being in like a fist fight at a bar and, and while I'm getting like punched in the face, uh, you know, looking to the big guy in the corner and like being like, Hey, Hey, you know, maybe a, I don't know, focus on what's going on there instead of, you know, calling on us to put in financial sanctions and even more interesting was a speech that, uh, as Olenski gave during the, uh, during the world economic forum, uh, it was about two and a half weeks ago. So a little bit before this speech. Um, but he was basically making a cry out to the world economic forum and all these global leaders to basically get in on the fight saying it's a global issue that they're new view. Think that they're going to stop it, Ukraine, you're wrong. And if it's me, you know, potentially you're next and you know, um, this whole deal. I dunno. So we'll move on. The next thing that we'll discuss is Putin speech on the war, and it will be interesting to see kind of the differences in approaches now, um, where Putin was speaking was that a national event, like a parade kind of like our Memorial day, where it was surrounding the soldiers who had lost their lives and more. And I believe this was in like some huge stadium. Um, and so, uh, you'll hear some of his conversations surrounding that this was a little bit earlier, but this is the most recent conversation from Putin that I can find was on May 9th, 2022. And I've looked through every transcript of every conversation that he has available over the last month and a half. So this is the most written recent conversation that he had was during this like Memorial day type ceremony on May 9th, he mentions NATO. He mentions the United States. He mentions, uh, You mentioned the United States several times. Um, he mentioned how they're, you know, boasting and claiming their own exceptionalism and how, uh, basically how the west seems to want to cancel their old traditional values and cultures. Um, so we'll talk about that right now. So he says on May 9th, 2022, Putin goes on to say, we take pride in the unconquered, courageous generations of the victors. We are proud of being their successors and it is our duty to preserve the memory of those who defeated Nazi-ism and entrusted us being vigilant and doing everything to thwart the horror of another global war. Now side note, that is an interesting thing that Putin has talked about this entire time is the comparison between Germany during world war II and the Nazi-ism and knots defying. Um, the, you know, Donbass region and specifically the Azov regime. Now you can go online right now. If you're listening to this, your ass has an internet connection and you can Google or don't Google go to brave browser and use search dot brave, um, and look up the Azov battalion, the Azov regime, and you can see pictures upon pictures upon pictures of them flaunting a Nazi flag, flaunting a Nazi flag. Okay. Now this is the same people that Facebook decided to change their policies against about several months ago, two to three months ago, Facebook originally did not allow positive speech did not allow support of the Razov regime because they're Nazis in some way. Okay. At least they support Nazi principles and have Nazi symbolism all over them and their flags. So Facebook did not allow support of the Azov regime. Two to three months ago. They changed their policies quietly in the dead of the night to allow support for the Azov regime, allow support for a literal Nazi party. Okay. So this is a verifiable claim from Putin saying, and making these comparisons to the Nazi Germany of world war two, when there is the Azov regime, touting Nazi flags all over, all over, you can find those pictures. Okay. So just wanted to throw that out there. He's not just frivolously, throwing out claims of their Nazis, you know, like, uh, Antifa likes to do about everybody that they disagree with. There's legitimate. And Ukraine. Okay. So just one of the point that out, it's not just, usually they're not throwing things out there. There's legitimate claims here. Okay. So he goes on to say, therefore, despite all controversies in international relations, Russia has always advocated the establishment of an equal and indivisible security system, which is critically needed for the entire international community. Last December, we proposed signing a treaty on the security guarantees. Russia urged the west to hold an honest dialogue and search for meaningful and compromising solutions and to take account of each other's interests. All in vain, NATO countries did not want to heat to us, which means they had totally different plans. And we saw it. Putin went on to say another punitive operation. Then Don Boston invasion of our historic lands, including Crimea was openly in the. Okay. Now I'll repeat that. He says that he, another punitive operation in Don boss in invasion of our historic land, speaking of the former Soviet union, the former Soviet union Don boss, and that portion of Ukraine was a part of the Soviet union prior. Okay. So another punitive operation than Dom Boston invasion of our historic lands, including Crimea was openly in the making Kiev declared that it could attain nuclear weapons. The NATO block launched an active military buildup on the territories adjacent to us. Thus an absolutely unacceptable threat to us was steadily being created right on our borders. Putin said there was every indication that they clash with neo-Nazis in band rights, backed by the United States and their minions was unavoidable. That's a big claim. United States backed neo-Nazis, which is literally what it is. If the United States is sending weapons and sending money, like, you know, the $66 billion that we've sent to Ukraine. So far $66 billion, which as I talked about before, would equal a hundred and, or I'm sorry, of the equal $640,000 almost to each one of the 106,000 elementary schools to help a security measures. Just to give you the idea of what 66 billion actually looks like. Okay. That's what we've been sending to these organizations to Ukraine, right? Just a blank check. Let me repeat. We saw the military infrastructure Houdin goes on to say being built up hundreds of foreign advisers, starting work in regular supplies of cutting edge weaponry being delivered from NATO. The threat grew every day, Russia locked, Russia launched a preemptive strike at the aggression. It was a forest timely and the only correct decision, a decision by a sovereign strong and independent country, the United States began claiming their exceptionalism, particularly after the collapse of the Soviet union, thus denigrating, not just the entire world, but also their satellites who have to pretend not to see anything into obediently, put up with it. But we are a different country. Russia has a different character. We will never give up our love for our motherland. Putin says our faith and traditional values. Our ancestors come customs and respect for all people in. Meanwhile, the west seems to be set to cancel these millennia old values, such moral degradation, underlies the cynical falsifications of world war II history, escalating Russia, phobia, praising traders, mocking their victims memories and crossing out the courage of those who won the victory through suffering. We are aware that us veterans who wanted to come to the parade in Moscow were actually forbidden to do so, but I want them to know we are proud of your deeds and your contribution to our common victory. Speaking about world war II, we honor all soldiers of the allied armies, the Americans, the English, the French resistance fighters, brave soldiers and partisans in China. All of those who defeated Nazi-ism and military prism. There, you have it. There is Selenski speech. There is Putin speech, both the most recent conversations surrounding the war. Now they're both painting very, very different pictures, right? If we try and like break this down to a very simplistic approach of why each one is saying, you know why this happened is right now, if you go back to the very, very first podcast I did about this, when this all broke out, I read Hootens original speech. And in his original speech, he mentioned the United States 11 times without mentioning Ukraine a single time, which again, and then following it with the fact that Russia is a, one of the biggest nuclear powers in the world and is unafraid of using it. Okay. Mentioned the United States 11 times. Okay. If that doesn't concern you, you're not paying close enough. Right. Especially with the escalating conversations around Taiwan, which escalated even more today and that, you know, what I'll even touch on that because I think that's interesting and notable to have a conversations around. Well, first I do think it's interesting. I do think that there's a reason to kind of just super simplistically highlight why. Okay. Russia is saying that you, crane was building up its infrastructure backed by the United States and by NATO and the UN to eventually invade. Right. At least that's what it sounded like. Okay. So he believes that they were putting, now people have compared it to this. Imagine if Mexico did they deal with China and allowed China to put rockets and nuclear missiles and all of this military infrastructure right along the borders of Mexico and right on the borders of Canada. Okay. That starts to look a little. Right. Would we allow? That is another question. Okay. So he was saying that they were starting to build up these, uh, this infrastructure for potential war against Russia. Russia goes on to say that if they be car became a part of the UN, then they would be a potential immediate threat to Russia, which is why they decided to go in preemptively. Okay. Now Ukraine is saying that they're just completely innocent, that they have nothing to do with this and that for some reason, big mean Putin decided to just jump into their land and start, you know, killing their soldiers. So who's right. I'm not going to say time will tell history will tell generally written by the person who wins the wars. Okay. But what I do know is that things are escalating fast, right? I was also kind of weird to me that there's really not much conversations around. What is actually going on in the day-to-day right. If you don't follow any specific channels to follow the war, you're really not seeing it much. At least I'm not at least not what we were at the very beginning of this, right? When the big like mass, uh, you know, um, exit this of, uh, profile pictures from liberal Facebook profiles went, went from I'm, you know, vaccinated to a Ukraine flag. Um, you know, so around that same, same time, uh, all this information started to come out about why the war was happening about what was going on there and all these, you know, all this, uh, huge, crazy propaganda from the ghost of Kiev to the Ukrainian father, crying into his daughter's arms, which we found out was all fake. Uh, but we haven't seen much, right. At least I haven't, I don't know. I follow some channels on this and that's kind of where I got some of his information. Um, but if you don't follow those same channels, I think you're really not getting it in the mainstream. Um, it's, it's pretty wild that something can just massively takeover the collective unconscious of all of the United States at a single time. And then just literally fizzle away the second that, uh, you know, a decently attractive couple gets into some type of, you know, legal battle on public television. And speaking of the January 6th, uh, meetings have been happening recently. And, uh, what ended up happening there that was interesting is that Nancy Pelosi hired a former, uh, director or executive of some, like, I think it was like ABC or somebody news, um, to try and make their January six committee situation like this big production, like thinking it was going to catch on like the Amber heard situation. I haven't heard that anything from it. Uh, one thing I did hear was attorney general, William Barr speaking a little bit about 2000 mules where he kind of diminished it, uh, from a certain perspective, um, saying that, you know, you could have gotten the cell phone data from anywhere, which I think is interesting, something for you to look into. Uh, but the last topic that we'll discuss here today is going to be the escalating tensions with China and the U S today. So it says that the U S secretary of defense in Chinese defense minister issued dueling statements after holding their first face-to-face meeting. This comes after China's defense minister told us secretary of defense Lloyd Austin, that China would go to war over Taiwan. If independence is declared in the rare press conference defense minister said we will re resolutely crush any attempt to pursue Taiwan independence. Let me make this clear. If anybody dares to secede Taiwan from China, we will not hesitate. We will fight at all costs. And we will fight to the very end. I want to make clear to those seeking Taiwan, independence and those behind them. The pursuit of Taiwan independence is a dead end. Secretary secretary Lloyd Austin spoke to the press shortly after defense minister Fang Vangee and said maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. Isn't just a us interest. It's a matter of international, secure or international concern. Let me be clear. We do not see confrontation or conflict, and we do not seek a new cold war. We will defend our interests without flinching. And then there's this video that you can actually watch of him, like going on. Um, I don't know if we can hear it here, but, um, the, the top, uh, comment on here says, well, one of the top common says, ah, somebody get the Chinese defense minister, a joint man needs to chill out. The next one says all over the world, we are seeing echoes of the 1930s history. Doesn't repeat, but it diff definitely rhymes. Quite interesting. Right? That is a, that is a really powerful statement. Uh, you know, immediately following, you know, saying that anybody who's addressing their independence or their secession from China. I dunno if you go back and look at any of the history books that we have from the time I was in school, Taiwan's always been a separate country, as far as I'm concerned, as far as I can remember, they've been a country. It's not like they're seceding from China. Taiwan has literally never been a part of. In our history. Okay. Now they're trying to take this approaching Gaslight. There are people just the same way that, you know, some people are saying that Putin is doing that about Ukraine. Oh, well this is ours. It's always been ours. And they're just trying to act like they're somebody else's. Um, and if you fuck with us, we're going to go to war with you. I don't know. But I do think that it's quite concerning seeing all of these tensions, escalating, we've never seen a hot war in my lifetime. That's the scale of this, at least not openly. Right. It's you know, we've seen many, many bombs dropped by the United States specifically over the last several decades. Um, but nothing that was an actual declaration of war against a sovereign nation. Um, so it's. I'll keep saying that it's concerning, you know, because all of a sudden China gets involved and goes after Taiwan. Then the United States steps in then Europe, Russia steps in, and then it's just this domino effect of large scale war that has the potential to break out very quickly, very quickly. And now we see our secretary of defense and the defense minister of China, uh, battling back and forth with their words surrounding war. So to me, it's concerning. Um, I, I, you know, w as far as the Taiwan and China situation, it's very clear cut. It's very clear cut. What's happening here. And then the situation of Putin and Ukraine, it's very clear. Cut there. Ukraine was its own country, right? I'm not taking sides on any of this. Ukraine was a stone country. Maybe don't invade people if you're using. Maybe don't, you know, have allied treaties with countries who are going to piss off one of the greatest superpowers immediately next door to you and potentially risk getting into a war. Oh. And maybe don't be a Nazi. Maybe that's a good starting point. Don't be a Nazi. So that's what I have for you guys. I hope you enjoyed it. Uh, thank you so much for listening. Um, if you have any other, uh, things you want to discuss, go ahead and leave a comment. You can find me on Tik TOK. 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World War 3: Ukraine Vs Russia Update | China & US Tensions Rise Over Taiwan
Jun 14 2022
World War 3: Ukraine Vs Russia Update | China & US Tensions Rise Over Taiwan
In this week's episode of Red Pill Revolution, we discuss all sides of the Ukraine VS Russia War. We read both Putin and Zelenskys most recent speeches surrounding the war. We also discuss the recent findings that 80 Fort Bragg soldiers died from "unexplained causes" after taking a certain forced gene therapy. Lastly, we discuss recent rising tensions between China and the US surrounding Taiwan.  Subscribe and leave a 5-star review today! ----more---- Our website   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to  now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:  Transcription:   Welcome to the revolution. Hello and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. This is episode number 30, two of the red pill revolution podcast. And again, thank you so much for joining me. We have a very interesting show for you guys today. Today's show is going to be all about an update from the Russia Ukraine war. I feel like it's been a while since we've heard anything about it. It's been a little bit since we've touched on what's actually going on there. So we're going to go over, uh, some, some really, uh, deep dives into the conversations and it's all going to be directly from the mouths of the presidents or whatever you want to call them from each country. So we're going to talk about Putin going over, why he believes there is currently food shortages who's fault. Meanwhile, while the U S is placing blame on the Putin price hike, a Russian president, Vladimir Putin thinks there's a different story to that. Also we're going to discuss, does Vladimir Putin have cancer and did he potentially survive an assassination attempt? Whoa. All right. Then we're going to talk about Zelenskyi, his recent speech about the war, and then the Putins most reasoned speech about the war. So all of this today is going to be directly from the mouths of the presidents, which are on each side of this war. So we'll get a completely non-biased approach and then we will discuss it on top of that. We're also going to discuss 80 soldiers at Fort Bragg who have recently died of sudden and unexplained deaths. So many deaths, in fact that the, uh, they basically stopped. Over a year ago, June of 2021, Fort Bragg stopped recording these deaths of these soldiers. So all of that, and more today, it's going to be a great episode. First thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button. You know, the drill. It takes two seconds out of your day to subscribe to the podcast. 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We have a little bit change the format up today. We did a little intro clip. Now let's go ahead and do the full introduction and then we will discuss everything here today. So again, thank you so much for listening. Welcome to the revolution. welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing every thing that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpret about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the rebel. All right, again, episode number 20 or 32. Oh my gosh. Episode number 30, two of the red pill revolution podcast. So we're going to jump right into it today, guys. The first thing we're going to discuss is the Fort Bragg lost over 80 soldiers from sudden and unexplained causes to a point where they completely stopped reporting the deaths. After June of 2021. It's been a full year now where they have not been reporting these deaths. So I'm going to read this article. It says one of the largest military installations in the world, Fort Bragg is home to approximately 54,000 military personnel and includes the special forces, the airborne corpse, the joint special force operations command, and just 18 months Fort brag lost over 80 soldiers. From sudden and unexplained causes. According to officials, 33 of the fatalities are undetermined causes for Brad, cannot explain why dozens of soldiers are dying in their own bunks during the same 18 month period, three Fort Bragg soldiers died in overseas combat. Wow. So three soldiers died in the line of duty in the same time that more than 80 soldiers died unexplained in their beds. Now I'm not even going to jump into why I think that may be let's let the article do the talking and then we'll discuss it after. But I think that's pretty unbelievable. Three soldiers died overseas in combat at Fort Bragg, which is a special forces base while 80 soldiers died from unexplained causes. Wow. So it says, this means that soldiers stationed at Fort Bragg are 27 times more likely to die unexpectedly in their. Then they are in overseas, combat Fort Bragg stops reporting the soldiers deaths after dozens of soldiers are found dead in their bunks and investigative reporter for rolling stones magazine. Seth harp has been looking into this medical anomaly on February 9th, 2022. Seth reported that the death of 83 soldiers at Fort Bragg in the 18 months ending in June, 2021, Fort Bragg stopped reporting the fatalities after June, 2021, but the bowtie counts continue to rise out of the 83 sudden unexplained fatalities. 11 of them were determined to be from natural causes. Imagine that the healthiest soldiers in the world, these special forces soldiers at a special forces base. Now they're not all special forces, obviously. Um, but it's a pretty damn healthy base. Uh, 27 times more likely to die unexplained unexpectedly in there. Then from actual combat. Um, so it says that 11 of them were determined to be from natural causes. Heart wrote that Fort Bragg soldiers have been turning up unresponsive in their barracks on a disturbingly regular basis since the beginning of 2020, including Qaeda, Caleb Smith, Terrence Salazar, Jamie bogger, Joshua diamond, Matthew Disney, McKell Rubino, Michael Hamilton and numerous others who have not been named drugs were involved in the deaths of Joshua diamond and Matthew Disney. The two were found dead on the same day in June, 2021, just two weeks after airborne master Sergeant Martin S ACV. The third was caught trafficking cocaine. Wow. Okay. That took a turn. Drugs are only a small part of the problem in January of 2021 army captain Robert Latham died suddenly after an apparent heart attack. The 32 year old was previously in top physical condition of green Baret named Calvin Rockwood passed away from a sudden and unexplained medical event. The 38 rule was an excellent physical condition as well. According to Seth nine more young and fit soldiers were found unresponsive in their bunks, the us army and Fort Bragg refuse to report on the surgeon deaths disrespecting the soldiers and their families. Could there be a serious drug problem going on at Fort Bragg? Could these deaths indicate a surge in suicides and overdoses? The military continues to be assaulted by mandates that harm soldiers, physically and mentally the vaccine mandates damage combat readiness while banishing the strongest healthiest freedom fighters from the. Now I think that's interesting to note, um, the military had a complete and total, uh, any, basically anybody who refused to get vaccinated got thrown out. Now, I personally know of a soldier who literally lost eyesight after being forced to take the vaccine. Um, and then they wouldn't give him an honorable discharge to get out. It's it's, it's unbelievable to me, the way that their military has been going about this. Now, what I think this has to do with more so even than the vaccine is getting agreeable soldiers, you can find very easily find where party lines lie. When you talk about vaccine mandates, it's a weird thing that medical science has to somehow be politicized to the point where, you know, if you're unvaccinated, you're probably laying on one side and if you're vaccinated, you're probably lying on the other. Um, sometimes it intermingles, but in this case, a lot of times that holds true. So in the military, if you just do a massive basically, uh, you know, kicking out of everybody who does not decide to get vaccinated, you're basically kicking out anybody who disagrees with the political ideology of the president who held office or holds office. And I saw a video the other day I was on Tik TOK or something, um, where there was literally a soldier who was talking and saying how he was, uh, he always, he thought he was going to be the only one who was getting kicked out for not taking the vaccine. And he showed up for his discharge and, uh, unbeknownst to him, there was a huge line of soldiers who were being discharged specifically because of their medical status. Crazy, crazy. So this article goes on to say, The military has medical database explodes with a thousand percent increase in medical issues in 2021. Now you have to realize that our soldiers have to be within a certain age. When I was in, I believe the oldest that you could enlist was about 29. I was 18 when I enlisted, but I believe when I was enlisting, the oldest, you could be as 29. Now you can get like a medical waiver up to 39, but you're young, right? You're pretty damn young if you're going into the military. So a thousand percent increase in medical issues in 2021 X like exactly proceeding the time when they did a forced vaccination. Now, it's also interesting to note that you'll get a bunch of other vaccines when you go into the military. You know, I think this is an interesting conversation. When I went as, when I was in the military, I've literally, before I went in the military, I never in my life saw somebody. Pass out, just, just close their eyes and just completely passed out. Now, if you go to any single military parade, like a graduation parade in the military, you're going to see more people pass out in a single parade than you've ever seen in your entire life ever. So, you know, when you go into the military, any vaccinations that you haven't had, you literally go through a line where they give you dozens, like dozens of vaccines. Um, you know, you get a penicillin shot, which you call the peanut butter shot because it leaves, you know, this big, huge bump in your body that you gotta like rub out on the floor. Um, you get a bunch of, bunch of vaccines that they give you in, that they give you a penicillin shot, literally for no reason, no reason at all. They give you the shot. It makes no sense. Um, but they give it to you. They give you every vaccine that they can think of because to them, you're like livestock, you're a number. And if you cost them money, because there's an outbreak of whatever, uh, you know, your livestock to them. So they just jab, jab, jab, jab, jab, Uh, regardless of what your belief systems are, regardless of any exemptions you think you may hold. Um, and so you literally just see people pass out. I literally caught a dude, like we were leaving our tech school. Um, I was in the air traffic control tech tech school at, uh, Keesler air force base in Biloxi, Mississippi. And it was like the first day that we got out of bootcamp and, uh, you know, you're so like just disoriented in these situations. And it's the very first day I walked out of our dorms. We line up in, uh, in our, you know, whatever elements and, uh, I'm at the very front with a guy. Um, and the ended up being the cool dude, but on the very, very first day of tech school, uh, this guy starts marching. And, uh, as he's marching, I literally see, he starts to March like sideways, like kind of like starts to sway side to side and like a zigzag position. And all of a sudden this dude's probably like six foot four, two hundred and forty five pounds. And this man just like, just. Just seizes up. His body just stops and he just starts to fall and they actually caught him and like fell to the ground with them. Luckily, uh, so he didn't hit his head because I was the, uh, the guy next to him. Um, so we were the two tallest in the flight, but, uh, but luckily he, you know, they tried to say it was like dehydration or something, but literally you just laughed being from getting all of these, you know, different jabs from all these different things. Um, so it doesn't surprise me that there's a thousand percent increase, especially when it's something like this, you know, specific type, which isn't actually like any of those other ones that we've gotten in the past. So anyways, side note, the military health system began administrating, administering the spike protein MRMA to military service members on December 14th, 2020, since then the military has administered more than 6.4 million doses, fully inoculating 90.1% of active duty service members with the two dose protocol. Uh, Pretty crazy. Now this goes on to ask, now this is not a, this is a little bit of a bias article. So, you know, take this with a grain of salt and read about it on your own. Um, but this goes on to say that, uh, what role does the shot have on the number of unexpected and undetermined deaths? Why is Fort Bragg less safe than it was before the mask testing and vaccine mandates? The army is failing to keep soldiers combat ready. And this is evidenced by the military, his own medical surveillance system, defense medical epidemiology database is used to detect surges of injury and illnesses in the military to make sure that all of the individuals are combat ready. The D med and the armed forces, health surveillance branches, web based tool to remotely query de identified active component personnel and medical event data contained within the defense medical surveillance system. Wow. That was a mouthful in January, 2022 attorneys. Thomas runs and Leah. Retrieved the demat data from the military whistleblowers, Dr. Samuel single off Peter Chambers and Theresa Long. Um, the data was provided to Senator Ron Johnson at a historic round table meeting with doctors and lawyers. According to the data, the five-year average for medical issues in the military was 1.7 million coats. After the jab protocol was mandated on the military, the number of medical issues spike to 20, my reading that right. Wow, 22 million, 22 million from 1.7 million, which is a 1000% increase over 1000% increase. Many of the issues are directly related to these jobs, including Bell's palsy, mire, myocardial infraction, pulmonary embolisms, and neurological disorders. One of the military doctors testified it is my professional opinion that the major increases in incidences of the above discussed instances of miscarriages cancers and disease were due to these. Wow. That's terrifying, right? That you can go into a position and you're already, so, uh, you're already so vulnerable. Like when you go to bootcamp, when you go to tech school, like the whole point of going to bootcamp is so they can literally like diminish your personality to a point where they can mold you to be a soldier, right? So you're already so vulnerable. You're already, you know, have all of these, uh, people of authority who are running on a bus, screaming at you is second. You get into bootcamp and you know, you're really in this vulnerable position. And so the fact that they're now mandating that you get an experimental medication or spear mental drug within the first few days that you're there leading to a 1000% increase for young, healthy individuals in medical instances, such as Bell's palsy, myocardial infraction, and pulmonary embolisms, which is terrifying. That's terrifying. Right? That's crazy. And we're not even seeing long-term data yet. Right. That thousand percent is literally just the last two years has nothing to do with long-term effects of this has nothing to do with long-term cancers or, you know, any of the long-term effects that we're going to see on this. So it's going to be interesting to follow the data. I am not going to give my, you know, I'll go off of this article. I'll let you guys form your own opinion, but it's definitely weird that there's a thousand percent increase here. That's pretty crazy. And, uh, obviously we hope that all of our soldiers are okay and that these medical events tend to go away. But I think it's a overall, you know, when, when th there's, um, there was also a certain percentage. I, I discussed this in one of my last podcasts where there was, I forget the number, but it was like an overall, uh, 80% increase in unexplained deaths for people from the age of 18 to like 38 or something. I forget what the exact statistics were, but it was just overall increases in death by like 80% over the last several years. Um, so truly, truly terrifying. Um, I hope that, uh, this kind of, you know, ceases, um, moving forward, but anyways, all right, so the next thing we're going to walk through is the Russia and Ukraine war updates. Now, again, how I'm going to do this is I'm going to read verbatim the most recent speeches by both Vladimir Putin and Zelenskyi. Now we've had some recent conversations from our white house and our white house press secretary discussing the food shortages. And so I did want to note that the main, one of the most recent, one of the most interesting conversations by Vladimir Putin most recently was the conversation that he had surrounding food shortages. But what we're going to go over before we go over, that is just some general war updates. All right. So significant updates in the Russia Ukraine war. So the most recent one is that over 1000 Ukrainian soldiers who surrendered in miracle reportedly transferred to Russia for investigation. Then second one was that intra noble radiation detectors around nuclear power plants are back online for the first time since the invasion. Second, the third one is that Russian forces are moving some from, and I'm gonna butcher these names of these cities. I promise you Russian forces moving from Zappa Zia area to Carson area to support defense positions threatened by Ukrainian attacks. Next one is about Donbass. So you creating a defenses holding in Despite Russian attacks from three different directions. That's coming from a UK intelligence officer. And it goes on to say that Russian forces renew their offensive north east of Beck mute to allow them to reinforce operations in sever on Don ask and listen, chants area, Russian troops are continuing their efforts to advance insolvency risk and Islam area from Lehman. I hope you don't listen to this podcast for my pronunciation of Russian cities, because I sure I disappointed you there, but you get the point. Those are the most recent major, uh, changes in the actual front of the war. Um, now it goes on to say that Ukrainian president Zelensky claims that Russia is losing an average of 300 troops aid. To Ukrainian soldiers, Russia disputes, these claims, but does not disclose a figure in response Russia's foreign ministry claims that Ukraine is losing a significant number and is constantly having to replace units. They estimate losses could be averaging 300 to 400 a day. This number is disputed by Ukrainian president Selenski and he says that Ukraine is averaging 100 per day. So they're both, they're both saying that each other is full of shit yet. Neither of them wants to give an actual figure. Although, I guess the Lensky has said that it was about 100, whereas Russia estimated it was 300 to 400 soldiers. Uh, so, um, according to those claims, you know, do with that information, what you will, uh, but that's the most recent, quick updates on the actual front of Ukraine. Now, the next thing that we're going to discuss here is Putin's speech on food shore. All right now, I think this one's interesting because he actually talks about a lot of the politics around the world. He brings up the global order. Um, he brings up a lot of interesting points. Um, and we'll get to that in just a moment. But first, the only way that you can support this podcast is by going to my website, red pill, revolution dot C o.com is for losers. Go to red pill, revolution dot C O right now. And now you can support the podcast in a couple of ways. The first way is by signing up for life insurance, right? Everybody's getting all worried about food shortages. This is this next topic, right? Get your cans at wherever you get your food from, you know, pickle, some asparagus. I don't know what the hell you do. 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He expressed an actually in the past week, many countries have expressed concern, not so much about the food crisis, but they are afraid of large scale famine because world food prices are climbing. And so our oil and gas prices, these issues are interrelated. Naturally the west blames Russia for this too. What is the real situation at this point? How is it developing and what do you think will happen in the food and energy markets? Okay. What a great question. I think that was phrased very well. And let them report and begins to respond now. Um, the way that vitamin uprooting responds is he says, yes, indeed. We are seeing attempts to place the responsibility on Russia for developments in the global food market and the growing problems there. I must say that this is another attempt to pin the blame on somebody else, but why first the situation with the global global food market did not become worse yesterday, or even with the launch of Russia's special military operation in Donbass, in Ukraine, the situation took a downturn in February, 2020 during the efforts to counter the Corona virus pandemic. When the global economy was down in, had to be revived the financial and economic authorities in the United States of all things found nothing better than to allocate large amounts of money to support the population and certain businesses and economic sectors. We generally did almost the same thing, but I assure you that we are. We were much more accurate and the results are obvious. We did this selectively and got the desired results without affecting macro economic indicators, including excessive inflation growth. The situation was quite different in the United States. The money supply in the United States grew by 5.9 trillion in less than two years from February, 2020 to the end of 2021 unprecedented productivity of the money printing machines, the total cash supply grew by 38.5% 38.6. I'm sorry. Apparently the U S financial authorities believed the dollar was a global currency and it would spread as usual as it did in previous years would dissolve in the global economy and the United States would not even feel it, but that did not happen. Not this time. Vladimir Putin said, as a matter of fact, decent. And there are such people in the United States, the secretary of the treasury recently said they had made a mistake. So it was a mistake made by the U S financial and economic authorities. It had nothing to do with Russia's actions in Ukraine. It is totally unrelated. Vladimir Putin says, and that was the first step and a big one towards the current unfavorable food market situation. Because in the first place, food prices immediately went up. They grew, this is the first reason he says. The second reason was European countries, shortsighted policies, and above all the European commission's policy. In regard to energy, we see what is going on there. Personally, I, as in Vladimir Putin, believe that many political players in the United States and Europe have been taking advantage of people's natural concerns about the climate climate change. And they began to promote this green agenda, including the energy. So now he's pointing to the way that our government and political system is politicizing, you know, global warming or whatever they call it now. Okay. And all seems fine, except for the unqualified and groundless recommendations about what needs to be done in the energy sector. The capabilities of alternative types of energy are overestimated solar wind, any other types and hydrogen power. Those are good prospects for the future probably, but today they cannot be produced in the required amount with their required quality and at acceptable prices. And at the same time, Vladimir Putin says they began to be little, the importance of conventional types of energy, including and above all hydrocarbons. What was the result of this? He says banks stopped issuing loans because they were under pressure insurance companies stopped insuring. Local authorities stopped allocating plots of land for expanding production in reduced the construction of special transports, including pipelines. All this led to a shortage of investment in the world, energy sector and price hikes. As a result, the wind was not as strong as expected during the past year winter dragged on and prices instantly sword. On top of all of that, the Europeans did not listen to our pres persistent requests to preserve long-term contracts for the delivery of natural gas to European countries. They started to wind them down. Many are still valid. Now we have a couple paragraphs last on this portion. Many are still valid, but they started winding them down. This had a negative effect on the European energy market. The prices went up. Russia has absolutely nothing to do with this. Now it's interesting how, you know, thought out this conversation has been, you know, what he's pointed to so far was the shutting down of pipe. The printing of 38.6% of our overall currency, as well as the, uh, downturn of, uh, contracts sent out and loans being sent to energy companies, um, all causing this rise in global prices and food shortages. Now it says that, but as soon as gas prices started going up, fertilizer prices followed suit because gas is used to produce some of these fertilizers. Everything is interconnected. As soon as fertilizers prices started growing many businesses, including those in European countries became unprofitable and started shutting down altogether. Putin said the amount of fertilizer in the world market took a dive and prices soared dramatically, much of the surprise, much to the surprise of many European politicians. However, we warned them about this, and this is not linked to Russia's military operations in Don Boston. This has nothing to do with it. But when we launched our operation, our so-called European and American partners started taking steps that aggravated the situation in both the food and fertilizer production markets, by the way, Russia accounts for 25% of the fertilizer market, as for Patash fertilizers. Now this is a translation from somewhere. Um, so there's probably a little bit of funky little verbiage here when it comes to Patosh fertilizers, Russia, and Belarus account for 45% of the world markets. This is a tremendous amount. The crop yield depends on the quantity of fertilizers put into the soil. As soon as it became clear that our fertilizers would not be in the world market prices instantly stored on both fertilizers and food products, because there are no fertilizers. It is impossible Purdue to produce the required amount of agricultural products. One thing leads to another and Russia has nothing to do with it. Our partners made a host of mistakes themselves. And now they're looking for someone to blame. Of course, Russia is the most suitable candidate in this respect. Okay. So that is Vladimir Putin's, uh, opinion as to why we are potentially running into food shortages. Why our gas prices are soaring, um, to the point where, uh, you know, everybody's starting and only fans, you know, and showing themselves, you know, I'm going to start and only fans and literally just go to the gas pump and just, you know, metaphorically get fucked there. Maybe people will fund my, uh, gas adventures that way. If I started only fans where you literally just go to the gas station and show yourself at the gas pump, it probably suits the platform. Um, anyways, so I thought that was interesting. It went pretty in depth there around the macro economics as to why. He believes we're having an energy crisis, why he believes gas prices are soaring, um, at least on this side of the world and why these potential famine conversations are coming up. Okay. Um, now we pointed to a lot of things there, right? The fertilizer market is an interesting one. It's not one that, you know, I've heard anybody discuss surrounding this, um, the energy crisis regarding, um, you know, uh, the way that he explained it about wind solar and all of the other ways that we're looking to kind of expand on these, you know, the electric market for electric vehicles. Yeah. That's all fine. But even if we, you know, literally everybody got an electric vehicle. Where where's that power coming from? Where's the electricity coming from? Because what I saw was there was a, I believe it was a Senator was getting questions surrounding, uh, where, you know, she was like boasting about how a certain percentage or somebody, you know, like basically started with electric vehicles and what, after being questioned, they found that the only way that they're able to actually supply enough energy for the electricity for these vehicles was through coal, like natural gas, like what it's just trading. One thing for the other, only that what's actually happening here is our politicians have gotten so balls deep invested into these energy companies and into the, you know, the battery companies who are over mining in Afghanistan and all of these other lithium rich places. They've they're so balls deep in investing into these companies that they need this to work. They have so much millions of doubt. Pelosi probably has, you know, uh, Epstein island under some of these lithium companies and needs to make her money. Right. It needs to get her, her, uh, her profits out of it. So what they're doing is they're trying to pass as many policies they're trying to, you know, in my opinion, there's, uh, an inflation of prices for gas. It could potentially even be, uh, um, intentional at this point because they have so much money invested in these electric vehicle card markets working that now they want to force your hands, right. They even talked about, uh, giving twice a $25,000 subsidy or tax write-off or something to people to purchase an electric vehicle. I think that was in one of the legislative, um, something that they were one of the bills that they were trying to pass. It was like sneakers. Position on page 36,074 or something, um, where they were going to give subsidies to people to pay for an electric vehicle. Now, when they do that, right, they pull out of, um, you know, they pull out of Afghanistan suddenly, very intentionally. They pull out of Afghanistan, one of the most lithium rich countries in the world only to have immediately the Taliban doing a deal with China for the lithium deposits. Hm. Oh. And also all of our politicians are in some way, shape or form or another invested into electric vehicles working out and your gas vehicle going away. I don't know who am I I'm sure. None of this is interconnected. All right. So the next thing, and the next topic that we're going to discuss here is a Vladimir Putin. So this is an article from. I believe it's a Newsweek New York post. All right. The New York post says Vladimir Putin has cancer and likely survived in assassination attempt. And that is from a U S intelligence analyst. It goes on to say that the us intelligence community believes that Russian president Vladimir Putin's health is suffering and that he is being treated for cancer. The assessment attributed to Newsweek was attributed to high ranking officials at three separate intelligence agencies and comes months after speculation that the Russian strongman is suffering from terminal ailments. Hootin is definitely sick and official from the office of the director of national intelligence, told the outlet while noting whether he's going to die soon is mere speculation. Two other officials, one from the defense intelligence agency and one retired air force officer also claimed to have access to a comprehensive Intel or intelligence assessment of Putin's. And said the outlook for the Russian leader is bleak. According to the report. Now, one thing that a few people have noted, I think I even heard Joe Rogan talk about it was that, um, recently you've seen the pictures of Vladimir Putin and his face looks like almost inflated, like, um, like he has some type of anemia, um, or like, uh, right in the EMEA. No, that's not the word. Is that the word? Anemia? I don't know. Water. I think it's anemia. Let's look it up. Am I wrong? Hm it's like a, when water starts to like, um, anemia is defined as a low number of red blood cells, I was completely wrong. What does it, when your body's holding water? What's the word? Tell me anybody. Anybody? No. All right. Well, water retention, 40 types. Uh, we're not gonna find it move in on. All right. So he's holding. Right. Hypertension. That's wrong. Hypertension is high blood pressure. All right. Um, so Putin script is strong. Uh, the intelligence community also reports and believes that Putin is increasingly paranoid about his hold of power and that he may have survived in this fascination attempt in March. Putin's grip is strong, but no longer absolute said one in senior intelligence officer. He says the jockeying inside the Kremlin has never been more intense during his rule. Everyone's sensing that the end is near the officials also warns that Putin as Putin has become increasingly isolated access to credible intelligence has also become more difficult to obtain one source of our best intelligence, which is contact with outsiders largely dried up as a result of the Ukrainian war. The senior DIA official said noting that as Putin has fewer meetings with foreign leaders, there are fewer opportunities to learn about his. It goes on to say that we need to be mindful of the influence of wishful thinking. The retired air force leader said still, the sources said that following televised appearance in April, in which the Russian leader was seen awkwardly gripping a table while meeting with his defense minister, the intelligence community told the white house that Putin was ill and most likely dying. Well, those are two completely different things, you know, being ill and dying. I don't know, kind of separate rumors of Putin's immense demise have been reported since the early days of his invasion of Ukraine in early April, Russia, investigative journalism outlet. The project reported that Putin was quite ill and had been receiving regular visits from a noted Russian oncologist. The other account was followed by multiple reports, some from telegram channels, supposedly aligned with Kremlin dissidents that the ex KGB man was due to undergo various surgeries or was looking for a potential six. Regardless of Putin's health, the DIA official warned against underestimating. The Russian president. He's still very dangerous in chaos. Does lay ahead. If he does die, we need to focus on that and be ready. Interesting. Um, so apparently not only is he dodging cancer, but he's also dodging assassination attempts. I wish we got more information on either of those. Um, but I don't know. Um, I, I think that, you know, there's been a lot of talks about this. There's been a lot of people who believe that, uh, Vladimir Putin has been sick for a while. Now. There was actually a whole report that I saw that looked at all of his absences. So like all of the timeframes, um, that he had been, uh, basically out of the public eye for extended periods of time and the actual logs of who was coming and going from seeing him during the. And a lot of them noted that a Russian oncologist, um, so interesting. And it does even speak to the fact that what would happen if he did die, right. That would obviously cause a huge power vacuum. Um, and then would cause you know, uh, a big power struggle, especially during this time of war, that would, I don't know. I don't know. Um, so, and then another thing is the assassination attempt. I've heard some crazy wild stories about the fascination that times not only assassination in times on Vladimir Putin, but also. Uh, him assassinating other people. There was a report surrounding the fact that, um, if you were an official at the table of the negotiations on behalf of your president for Ukraine or Russia, you are actually just as likely to die as a soldier on the front lines, there was like three or four assassinations of officials who were at the table of negotiations, um, during, uh, underneath both Putin and Zelensky. Um, so that sounds terrifying. I don't want to be assassinated. It sounds like there's been several attempts on him. And, uh, he also, uh, potentially has cancer. Um, you know, maybe he's gotten better, maybe that oncologist helped and maybe he's no longer dealing with it. But what I do know is if you go back and look at some of the pictures of him from before and now you see that water retention, um, on his face, which happens when you start to take, uh, some of those medications for that water retention. Um, so anyways, moving on now, what we're going to read now is going to be, uh, actually Zelenskyi his speech on the war, and then we're going to discuss Putin's speech on the war. Okay. Now, uh, Zelensky speech is kind of hype. He starts it with like a big, like, you know, Ukrainians. This was on June 8th. So roughly five days ago, this is what's the lens he said regarding the war. He said, Ukrainian. All of our defenders exactly 10 years ago, this day marked the start of Euro 2012, the European football championships, which brought together all Ukrainians and poles, Ukrainians, and the vast majority of Europeans, the opening ceremony was in Warsaw. The final ceremony was in our Capitol in Kiev. The matches were hosted in different cities of our two countries and in particular, in Donetsk and the Donbass area only 10 years have passed. And it seems that that was another world just today. The occupiers announced the absolutely crazy news that they were preparing to unite some football clubs from all occupied territories into one pseudo championship from  curse, Melo, Paul Crimea, and even part of Georgia. It's just a mockery of the occupiers over people who remember everything. Well, 10 years ago, our dynamic was a strong, proud and developed city in the rush. Came, uh, and then Russia came, brought ideas of just, uh, of just such an attic inadequate level. And now it is a ghost town that has lost most people, thousands of lives and absolutely all prospects, only the return of Ukraine, which will definitely happen. Only our flag in only Ukrainian law will mean a normal life for these territories, for these cities. Again, the life that was there, peaceful, safe, and open to the world. And of course, new matches of world-class teams at the Donbass arena. Now he must have been like speaking at an actual event or something at some, you know, a soccer arena. Um, I am grateful to president of Poland, a friend of the Ukrainians for the fact that he has now started a special trip to European countries to support the European project. Of our country, this June, we are going to get a decision on the candidacy. Now he's speaking on of them joining the European union, which would eventually lead to potential ties, um, for the UN, which is the whole reason that Putin said that he started this war in the first place, was that he did not want Ukraine to become a part of the UN. Now, if you crane becomes a part of the UN, then what happens? Well, then there's a treaty. And I would assume that we would have other countries go into war on Ukraine's behalf based on that treaty. So that's what he's speaking to right now. It says president of Slovakia, Zuzanna Kapito VA was to go with Andrea, such a joint initiative of the two leaders was planned, a positive cotinine or COVID-19 test hindered it while these are the conditions of our life. Now I spoke today as the German chancellor of. About the decision in favor of Ukraine or the candidacy as well, which in fact will be a decision in favor of Europe. We talked about defense support and about food security guaranteeing, which is really a global interest already because no one can be interested except the Russian state in the global food crisis. I addressed today, the participants of the investment contract or conference organized to discuss the economic prospects of our state representatives of the world's largest funds were among the participants. Although the event was not public, it was still very important and powerful. I invited them to invest in Ukraine, invest, invest with, you know, large weaponry tanks, uh, you know, fighter jets. It is very important for me that that was me speaking, not Zelenskyi. Um, it is very important for me to see such an audience. And these, I emphasize again, are representative of the most influential part of American. Believes that these sanctions against Russia should be strengthened. Therefore it would be right for politicians to hear this position leading business and the majority of American and European societies, that there is still not enough pressure on the Ukrainian Federation to end this war. According to the results of this day, the a hundred and fifth day of the full-scale war, um, sever on dynastic remains the epicenter of the confrontation than dumbass. We defend our positions, inflict, inflict, significant losses on the enemy. This is a very fierce battle, very difficult, probably one of the most difficult throughout the war. I am grateful to everyone who defends this direction. In many ways, the fate of our Donbass is being decided there. I also designed decrees on awarding our heroes 285 combatants were awarded state awards in 68 of them. Post humorously, eternal memory to all who gave their lives for. Eternal glory to our heroes who defend the state glory to Ukraine. I can't imagine being in like a fist fight at a bar and, and while I'm getting like punched in the face, uh, you know, looking to the big guy in the corner and like being like, Hey, Hey, you know, maybe a, I don't know, focus on what's going on there instead of, you know, calling on us to put in financial sanctions and even more interesting was a speech that, uh, as Olenski gave during the, uh, during the world economic forum, uh, it was about two and a half weeks ago. So a little bit before this speech. Um, but he was basically making a cry out to the world economic forum and all these global leaders to basically get in on the fight saying it's a global issue that they're new view. Think that they're going to stop it, Ukraine, you're wrong. And if it's me, you know, potentially you're next and you know, um, this whole deal. I dunno. So we'll move on. The next thing that we'll discuss is Putin speech on the war, and it will be interesting to see kind of the differences in approaches now, um, where Putin was speaking was that a national event, like a parade kind of like our Memorial day, where it was surrounding the soldiers who had lost their lives and more. And I believe this was in like some huge stadium. Um, and so, uh, you'll hear some of his conversations surrounding that this was a little bit earlier, but this is the most recent conversation from Putin that I can find was on May 9th, 2022. And I've looked through every transcript of every conversation that he has available over the last month and a half. So this is the most written recent conversation that he had was during this like Memorial day type ceremony on May 9th, he mentions NATO. He mentions the United States. He mentions, uh, You mentioned the United States several times. Um, he mentioned how they're, you know, boasting and claiming their own exceptionalism and how, uh, basically how the west seems to want to cancel their old traditional values and cultures. Um, so we'll talk about that right now. So he says on May 9th, 2022, Putin goes on to say, we take pride in the unconquered, courageous generations of the victors. We are proud of being their successors and it is our duty to preserve the memory of those who defeated Nazi-ism and entrusted us being vigilant and doing everything to thwart the horror of another global war. Now side note, that is an interesting thing that Putin has talked about this entire time is the comparison between Germany during world war II and the Nazi-ism and knots defying. Um, the, you know, Donbass region and specifically the Azov regime. Now you can go online right now. If you're listening to this, your ass has an internet connection and you can Google or don't Google go to brave browser and use search dot brave, um, and look up the Azov battalion, the Azov regime, and you can see pictures upon pictures upon pictures of them flaunting a Nazi flag, flaunting a Nazi flag. Okay. Now this is the same people that Facebook decided to change their policies against about several months ago, two to three months ago, Facebook originally did not allow positive speech did not allow support of the Razov regime because they're Nazis in some way. Okay. At least they support Nazi principles and have Nazi symbolism all over them and their flags. So Facebook did not allow support of the Azov regime. Two to three months ago. They changed their policies quietly in the dead of the night to allow support for the Azov regime, allow support for a literal Nazi party. Okay. So this is a verifiable claim from Putin saying, and making these comparisons to the Nazi Germany of world war two, when there is the Azov regime, touting Nazi flags all over, all over, you can find those pictures. Okay. So just wanted to throw that out there. He's not just frivolously, throwing out claims of their Nazis, you know, like, uh, Antifa likes to do about everybody that they disagree with. There's legitimate. And Ukraine. Okay. So just one of the point that out, it's not just, usually they're not throwing things out there. There's legitimate claims here. Okay. So he goes on to say, therefore, despite all controversies in international relations, Russia has always advocated the establishment of an equal and indivisible security system, which is critically needed for the entire international community. Last December, we proposed signing a treaty on the security guarantees. Russia urged the west to hold an honest dialogue and search for meaningful and compromising solutions and to take account of each other's interests. All in vain, NATO countries did not want to heat to us, which means they had totally different plans. And we saw it. Putin went on to say another punitive operation. Then Don Boston invasion of our historic lands, including Crimea was openly in the. Okay. Now I'll repeat that. He says that he, another punitive operation in Don boss in invasion of our historic land, speaking of the former Soviet union, the former Soviet union Don boss, and that portion of Ukraine was a part of the Soviet union prior. Okay. So another punitive operation than Dom Boston invasion of our historic lands, including Crimea was openly in the making Kiev declared that it could attain nuclear weapons. The NATO block launched an active military buildup on the territories adjacent to us. Thus an absolutely unacceptable threat to us was steadily being created right on our borders. Putin said there was every indication that they clash with neo-Nazis in band rights, backed by the United States and their minions was unavoidable. That's a big claim. United States backed neo-Nazis, which is literally what it is. If the United States is sending weapons and sending money, like, you know, the $66 billion that we've sent to Ukraine. So far $66 billion, which as I talked about before, would equal a hundred and, or I'm sorry, of the equal $640,000 almost to each one of the 106,000 elementary schools to help a security measures. Just to give you the idea of what 66 billion actually looks like. Okay. That's what we've been sending to these organizations to Ukraine, right? Just a blank check. Let me repeat. We saw the military infrastructure Houdin goes on to say being built up hundreds of foreign advisers, starting work in regular supplies of cutting edge weaponry being delivered from NATO. The threat grew every day, Russia locked, Russia launched a preemptive strike at the aggression. It was a forest timely and the only correct decision, a decision by a sovereign strong and independent country, the United States began claiming their exceptionalism, particularly after the collapse of the Soviet union, thus denigrating, not just the entire world, but also their satellites who have to pretend not to see anything into obediently, put up with it. But we are a different country. Russia has a different character. We will never give up our love for our motherland. Putin says our faith and traditional values. Our ancestors come customs and respect for all people in. Meanwhile, the west seems to be set to cancel these millennia old values, such moral degradation, underlies the cynical falsifications of world war II history, escalating Russia, phobia, praising traders, mocking their victims memories and crossing out the courage of those who won the victory through suffering. We are aware that us veterans who wanted to come to the parade in Moscow were actually forbidden to do so, but I want them to know we are proud of your deeds and your contribution to our common victory. Speaking about world war II, we honor all soldiers of the allied armies, the Americans, the English, the French resistance fighters, brave soldiers and partisans in China. All of those who defeated Nazi-ism and military prism. There, you have it. There is Selenski speech. There is Putin speech, both the most recent conversations surrounding the war. Now they're both painting very, very different pictures, right? If we try and like break this down to a very simplistic approach of why each one is saying, you know why this happened is right now, if you go back to the very, very first podcast I did about this, when this all broke out, I read Hootens original speech. And in his original speech, he mentioned the United States 11 times without mentioning Ukraine a single time, which again, and then following it with the fact that Russia is a, one of the biggest nuclear powers in the world and is unafraid of using it. Okay. Mentioned the United States 11 times. Okay. If that doesn't concern you, you're not paying close enough. Right. Especially with the escalating conversations around Taiwan, which escalated even more today and that, you know, what I'll even touch on that because I think that's interesting and notable to have a conversations around. Well, first I do think it's interesting. I do think that there's a reason to kind of just super simplistically highlight why. Okay. Russia is saying that you, crane was building up its infrastructure backed by the United States and by NATO and the UN to eventually invade. Right. At least that's what it sounded like. Okay. So he believes that they were putting, now people have compared it to this. Imagine if Mexico did they deal with China and allowed China to put rockets and nuclear missiles and all of this military infrastructure right along the borders of Mexico and right on the borders of Canada. Okay. That starts to look a little. Right. Would we allow? That is another question. Okay. So he was saying that they were starting to build up these, uh, this infrastructure for potential war against Russia. Russia goes on to say that if they be car became a part of the UN, then they would be a potential immediate threat to Russia, which is why they decided to go in preemptively. Okay. Now Ukraine is saying that they're just completely innocent, that they have nothing to do with this and that for some reason, big mean Putin decided to just jump into their land and start, you know, killing their soldiers. So who's right. I'm not going to say time will tell history will tell generally written by the person who wins the wars. Okay. But what I do know is that things are escalating fast, right? I was also kind of weird to me that there's really not much conversations around. What is actually going on in the day-to-day right. If you don't follow any specific channels to follow the war, you're really not seeing it much. At least I'm not at least not what we were at the very beginning of this, right? When the big like mass, uh, you know, um, exit this of, uh, profile pictures from liberal Facebook profiles went, went from I'm, you know, vaccinated to a Ukraine flag. Um, you know, so around that same, same time, uh, all this information started to come out about why the war was happening about what was going on there and all these, you know, all this, uh, huge, crazy propaganda from the ghost of Kiev to the Ukrainian father, crying into his daughter's arms, which we found out was all fake. Uh, but we haven't seen much, right. At least I haven't, I don't know. I follow some channels on this and that's kind of where I got some of his information. Um, but if you don't follow those same channels, I think you're really not getting it in the mainstream. Um, it's, it's pretty wild that something can just massively takeover the collective unconscious of all of the United States at a single time. And then just literally fizzle away the second that, uh, you know, a decently attractive couple gets into some type of, you know, legal battle on public television. And speaking of the January 6th, uh, meetings have been happening recently. And, uh, what ended up happening there that was interesting is that Nancy Pelosi hired a former, uh, director or executive of some, like, I think it was like ABC or somebody news, um, to try and make their January six committee situation like this big production, like thinking it was going to catch on like the Amber heard situation. I haven't heard that anything from it. Uh, one thing I did hear was attorney general, William Barr speaking a little bit about 2000 mules where he kind of diminished it, uh, from a certain perspective, um, saying that, you know, you could have gotten the cell phone data from anywhere, which I think is interesting, something for you to look into. Uh, but the last topic that we'll discuss here today is going to be the escalating tensions with China and the U S today. So it says that the U S secretary of defense in Chinese defense minister issued dueling statements after holding their first face-to-face meeting. This comes after China's defense minister told us secretary of defense Lloyd Austin, that China would go to war over Taiwan. If independence is declared in the rare press conference defense minister said we will re resolutely crush any attempt to pursue Taiwan independence. Let me make this clear. If anybody dares to secede Taiwan from China, we will not hesitate. We will fight at all costs. And we will fight to the very end. I want to make clear to those seeking Taiwan, independence and those behind them. The pursuit of Taiwan independence is a dead end. Secretary secretary Lloyd Austin spoke to the press shortly after defense minister Fang Vangee and said maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. Isn't just a us interest. It's a matter of international, secure or international concern. Let me be clear. We do not see confrontation or conflict, and we do not seek a new cold war. We will defend our interests without flinching. And then there's this video that you can actually watch of him, like going on. Um, I don't know if we can hear it here, but, um, the, the top, uh, comment on here says, well, one of the top common says, ah, somebody get the Chinese defense minister, a joint man needs to chill out. The next one says all over the world, we are seeing echoes of the 1930s history. Doesn't repeat, but it diff definitely rhymes. Quite interesting. Right? That is a, that is a really powerful statement. Uh, you know, immediately following, you know, saying that anybody who's addressing their independence or their secession from China. I dunno if you go back and look at any of the history books that we have from the time I was in school, Taiwan's always been a separate country, as far as I'm concerned, as far as I can remember, they've been a country. It's not like they're seceding from China. Taiwan has literally never been a part of. In our history. Okay. Now they're trying to take this approaching Gaslight. There are people just the same way that, you know, some people are saying that Putin is doing that about Ukraine. Oh, well this is ours. It's always been ours. And they're just trying to act like they're somebody else's. Um, and if you fuck with us, we're going to go to war with you. I don't know. But I do think that it's quite concerning seeing all of these tensions, escalating, we've never seen a hot war in my lifetime. That's the scale of this, at least not openly. Right. It's you know, we've seen many, many bombs dropped by the United States specifically over the last several decades. Um, but nothing that was an actual declaration of war against a sovereign nation. Um, so it's. I'll keep saying that it's concerning, you know, because all of a sudden China gets involved and goes after Taiwan. Then the United States steps in then Europe, Russia steps in, and then it's just this domino effect of large scale war that has the potential to break out very quickly, very quickly. And now we see our secretary of defense and the defense minister of China, uh, battling back and forth with their words surrounding war. So to me, it's concerning. Um, I, I, you know, w as far as the Taiwan and China situation, it's very clear cut. It's very clear cut. What's happening here. And then the situation of Putin and Ukraine, it's very clear. Cut there. Ukraine was its own country, right? I'm not taking sides on any of this. Ukraine was a stone country. Maybe don't invade people if you're using. Maybe don't, you know, have allied treaties with countries who are going to piss off one of the greatest superpowers immediately next door to you and potentially risk getting into a war. Oh. And maybe don't be a Nazi. Maybe that's a good starting point. Don't be a Nazi. So that's what I have for you guys. I hope you enjoyed it. Uh, thank you so much for listening. Um, if you have any other, uh, things you want to discuss, go ahead and leave a comment. You can find me on Tik TOK. 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Uvalde Texas: Red Flags, Questionable Cops and Heroic Parents
Jun 2 2022
Uvalde Texas: Red Flags, Questionable Cops and Heroic Parents
In this week's episode, we discuss the Uvalde, Texas shooting again now that the smoke has cleared and more information has started to come out. We discuss the three different sides, including the perspective that it was tragic and that everything that could have been done was done. The second is that more could have been done in the response. The third is by those who are questioning the mainstream narrative altogether. We also discuss the heroism displayed by many parents during this time of distress, including a mother who was arrested only to escape, jump a fence and save her children. Finally, we discussed the law enforcement's approach and if there was more that could be done. All of that and more on this week's episode!   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review today! ----more---- Our website   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to  now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:   Full Transcription:   Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Red pill revolution started out with me realizing every thing that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpret about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoonfed as a child, religion, politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is behind that curtain. And I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the rebel. Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate it so much from the bottom of my heart today, we have a very, very interesting episode. It is now been a week or so since the tragic horrific, uh, shooting that happened in you validate Texas. Um, and now it's time that the smoke has cleared a little bit. We have a little bit more information in, and I think it's time that we dive deeper into this topic. Now, the first episode that we did on you validate was basically about how our politicians reactions were just completely inappropriate, uh, how it was almost saddening to see the politicized. Of the way that our politicians just kind of went about addressing this right? From, from president Biden to Kamala Harris, basically everything that they had to say about the shooting had to do in some way with gun control in some way with, you know, shaming other politicians. Um, and so today we're going to kind of look at the facts right there. There's a lot of different controversies that have come out of this. Um, there's a lot of different viewpoints that people have when it comes to this situation and we're going to touch on all of them. I'm going to try and take as much as I possibly can. A non-biased approach in explaining to you guys the three, what I believe to be the three most common belief systems surrounding you validate taxes and the shooting that occurred. Okay. So I'll take you through what those three things are. Okay. The first viewpoint that I see being somewhat common is that it was a tragic, terrible, horrible. The police did everything. They could. They, they, they were in there according to some sources. Uh, they didn't wait outside. Um, they did what they should've done. Okay. That's one viewpoint. The next viewpoint is that it was a terrible tragedy. It was horrific. And the police, the sheriffs, the whoever was on the scene at the time did not do exactly what they should have done. They did not go in soon enough. Um, they did not, you know, follow their own guidelines of their own, you know, uh, books and trainings that they had on this, that somebody dug up where it speaks about how to address this situation. Um, so that's the secondary, uh, approach to this? Is that not only was it, you know, obviously it was a terrible horrific tragedy and, um, but also the fact that maybe there should have been a different response. Okay. And then the third one, the most controversial opinion on this topic is that, uh, something that we've been seeing a lot around is questioning the narrative. Okay. Now I have to tread quite lightly on that side of things. Um, we w like I said, this is going to be to the best of my abilities, a non-biased approach to going over what these viewpoints are, why people may believe that the police did do the right thing, why people believe maybe they didn't do the wrong thing, and why people believe or disbelieve the narrative that has been going on here. Okay. Now you'll see, I have to tiptoe pretty, really pretty well with the way that I'm going to approach this, but I will try my best. So that is going to be our episode. All right. That's what we're going to be touching on the three different kind of viewpoints on that today. Um, so I hope you stick around. It's going to be a great episode. I have a lot more things kind of organized for this podcast. I think it could be fairly clumsy if I just went about it my normal way, where I just kind of, you know, frivolously talk like I'm sitting at the bar with you. So I put together a little bit of a, a little, a little, a couple, few points that I want to touch on and some things. So, um, again, thank you so much for listening. If you could go ahead and hit that subscribe button, all right. It takes, it takes five seconds out of your day. That's it just takes five seconds. You know, if there's one thing that you can do right now, that will make somebody's day, that will give you good karma is to hit that subscribe button. It takes five seconds. It means the world. To me, it means the world to my family. It means the world, um, to how much effort and energy that I put into this. Um, so hit that subscribe button. If you're on apple podcasts, Spotify. Wherever the hell you are right now, listening to this podcast, subscribe and leave a five star review. That's the biggest thing if you've subscribed, but you haven't left a review. It means the world to me, I'm sitting at 99 reviews right now. How is that acceptable? One more and I hit a hundred. So let yourself be that hundredth review. Um, again, it would mean the world to me. Uh, just write down what you think, you know, your favorite episode, whatever the hell it is that you want to write down in there, write down something that helps us get more, um, higher up on the algorithms for apple podcasts and some other things. So again, that's all I got for you right now. Um, thank you so much for listening. Subscribe hit that five star review button. Thank you. All right. Now the very first part of this that I would like to talk to, um, is kind of some of the sources surrounding the way that I've been kind of gaining my, uh, perspective on this. Okay. Now it's very difficult when you know, every day and every scenario right now, it's difficult to touch on. Um, I really tried to get a non-biased opinion. So there's a few new sources that I follow. And the one that I've been seeing do the best job following the, you validate Texas shooting to this point has been a, not so small. I started following this, this, uh, Instagram account probably at the very beginning of the Maxwell trials. I think we probably started our accounts around the same exact time. Um, and they've just been crushing. It, it, it's, it's a great platform. It's where I get a lot of my, what I feel to be non-biased opinions. Um, and some really like boots on the ground, hard nose bad-ass journalists. Um, and that is real news. No bullshit on Instagram. Um, I think they got a website. I don't know what the URL is, but real news, no bullshit on Instagram. It has a tremendous, I mean, they are literally in, you validate the last several days interviewing from what I've seen so far, they went and knocked on the door of the parents of the shooter. Okay. He has no name to me. He is a nobody. He's the horrific shooter in this incident. So he has no name, but he, they knocked on his parent's door. And, uh, the, I guess the mom answered, she said, douchey didn't want to talk to him. Um, so then they, uh, father came out and asked them to leave. They respectfully said, okay, they walked away. Um, they did not push any further, but they wanted to at least see if they could get a comment. Okay. Now, when they did that, they actually got a man from across the street who declined to being on camera, but they showed a little bit of him, um, during this conversation and they interviewed this individual. Now I'm not going to show this, this direct interview, but it had some key highlighted points. It was fairly long. Um, but the key points to me were that this individual said that he was like the, the, the, the town dad, right? They were the, this. Shoot or lived in a trailer park and you validate taxes. This guy said that, you know, I had all the kids come over, he had a pool table downstairs. They all like to play video games. He said they didn't really see anything off about this individual. Um, it had been a couple of years since he had been over there. Uh, but what he felt was that, you know, it was, it was a, there was some key points that he had regarding the parents in this situation. Okay. So they interviewed this guy who was across the street from where the mom lived of the shooter. And what he said was that, first of all, he had no expenses, right? There's all this talk around. Where did they get all the ammo? Where do they get the, the, um, you know, the Daniel defense I'm for, where did he get the other rifle? Where did he get the, you know, all of this, all this conversations surrounding the financial aspects of it. And he said he had no bills. I guess somebody, I saw a few times that the guy worked at Wendy's. I don't see anywhere that that's been substance. Uh, but I think it's interesting. So he said there's, he didn't think he had any bills. Now, the individual, the shooter in this case, um, lived with his grandma. Okay. The mom, according to this guy who lived across the street from her was, uh, according to him, hooked on what he called ice, which is methamphetamines. And, um, and so her boyfriend got her hooked on meth and there was a horrible situation and they got in all sorts of arguments. And so after a while, um, he ended up moving in with his grandma. Okay. Now what I think was the key point from that interview was actually that he, he said that, um, the grandma owns the trailer that the mom lived in of the shooter. Okay. Owns the trailer. The grandma did. Now. He went to live with the grandma, the grandma, if you recall, the actual facts of the situation ended up being the first victim. Of his shooting spree. And so, um, now the key point that I want to take from that interview was that he said that two days prior, two days prior to this individual going and shooting this school up and Rob elementary school, and you validate taxes two days prior, the grandma was trying to evict his mother from their trailer because she was trying to sell it. Now, the mother's response specifically was that she was going to burn them according to this man, burn the motherfucker down if before she'd let her get evicted. Okay. So apparently there was a very heated exchange between the grandma, between the mother, um, about her getting evicted from the, uh, from the trailer that she owned the grandma owned. Okay. Now, if you want to talk about emotive. I've seen enough law and order to know that that it's a potential motive, right? That's a heated exchange between somebody that he feels dearly about. Um, so I think that's really important now. And even more interesting point about that is the fact that they, the police never even interviewed this man. Never, never interviewed this man. Once he said he even went up to them and talk to them and like never not a single person came up to him. He like came out there and found real news, no bullshit over by the trailer. And like, Hey, you guys want to come talk to me? So he like sought them out. It wasn't that hard. Okay. So, um, interesting point that the police have yet to interview this man, a man who lives right across the street, who has the potential idea of what the motive was in this situation. You think that that might be an interesting individual. For these police officers, the FBI, whoever the hell is on this case, I'm sure Scooby doo and all his friends are there too. You think that this man would be a person of interest for them to interview, especially if he knows something about what was happening about the lives, about the mom's drug addictions, about the relationship between the grandma and the mother about, you know, so, so many intricate parts of this relationship. He literally had a front row seat to this house and everything that happened there. Okay. So why is the police not interviewing this man? Why are they not talking to somebody who claims that two days prior? There was a huge altercation at this house. Why, why are they not talking to this man? Okay. I think that's interesting now the next thing that they discussed, um, or the next part of their story, which I'll play some of it here for you. I kind of want to get away from playing too, too many longer clips for you guys. Um, so I'm going to try my best to tell these stories for you now, the next individual that they interviewed. Um, and again, this is real news, no bullshit on Instagram, tremendous journalism. The next person that they interviewed was a border patrol agent who drove 85 miles from 85 miles away at like 150 miles per hour. He doesn't say how fast he's going. They go like a hundred. And he's like, yeah, faster than that, 85 miles, this man got there in 40 minutes. Somebody out there is much better at math than me and you guys can do the math, but 85 miles in about 40 minutes. And, uh, he said that he got there and I'll play a little bit of this clip here. I think maybe we'll we'll touch on this, but basically what this man says is. He got there. He was curious as soon as he got there, it took him. So it took him 45 minutes to get there. They radioed in, there was 45 minutes. This man hauls ass, 85 miles away from the border let's go of for illegal immigrants so that he can go handle. This situation gets there. And the shooter still not taking care of right there, sitting outside. He said, now this is an important key point because there's been a lot of back and forth here when it comes to, were they outside? Were they inside? And we're going to dive deeper into those conversations. But I think it's important to note that this border patrol agent said that he got there and there were in there. They still hadn't shot him. He was still in there. They retreated according to this man. They went in initially they received. And then they retreated, right? No injuries, no police are dead. At least from my knowledge, I don't believe any police died if they did that's horrific too. Um, but it, it tells me something that he was on scene at the time he was there and he says they went in and then they went out, they left the area, you know, the area that was being shot up by a single individual while there's 18, 20, however many guys sitting out there with their rifles ready, enable, and obviously not willing, but ready and able to be able to go in there. Was it a breakdown in the chain of command? Was it a retreat because they weren't tactically ready? Was it? I don't know, but what I do know. Is that it should not take that long to get into a building. Now I said that would be non-biased, I'm going to try and retract and not retract because I believe every one of those things that I just said to you, but let's touch on the first topic here, which I think is important. Now, one thing I think is a, is an important issue to touch on too, is, you know, a lot of people are saying, why is this happening in the U S right? Why is this happening in the United States, more than any other country, right? Is it the access to guns? Cause that's, we know it's a contributing factor according to these people, why does the us have a higher percentage of these mass shootings occurred, uh, compared to other countries? Why? And I think that's an interesting question. And I think it's an important question. I think it's something that we have to deal with head-on and I think as something that we have to take an educated non-emotional approach to answering. And so here's my thought on that. Okay. When, when I believe when things, so there's a good example. I have this, that will kind of drive this point home for you. But so when, when it's something, as in the human consciousness, the youngian theory of the, um, of the greater consciousness, of, of the consciousness of humanity, that's all intertwined. Um, if you don't know anything about that theory, you should go look it up. But basically the idea is that there's a collective unconscious is the actual term for it. Okay. Now, when something is happening in the universe, in the, in the, in the ether, in the ether, when something's happening in the ether, it, it goes across the consciousness of all the individuals who are intertwined with that individual. Okay. So in this particular situation, it is a part of the United States of America is human collective unconscious that these shootings have been happening for a while. Now, now I posted a statistic today and what I said was on this day, CNN was founded 42 years. Since that date, that CNN was founded 42 years ago, school shootings have increased by 100% per decade for the last four decades. So under the logic of the gun argument, it would be just, it would make just as much sense that we, I don't know, ban CNN as this to ban weapons. There's a correlation. And if you look deep enough into anything, you can always find some way to connect the strings. And that's what we see our politicians doing here is they find a string. They pull on it. It's something that they've wanted to do all along, and they're utilizing this as a platform to do so. Okay. So if you look deep enough into any one of these, any specific piece of data, usually you can find some way to play mental gymnastics and find that to be the. So in this individual case, I think the reason that we have a higher percentage of these shootings in the United States is because of that collective unconscious, the same way that, um, you know, when it gets romanticized in these terrible, you know, really deeply distraught communities of like, you know, the, the deep dark corners of shadows of the internet, i, I would see it easily being romanticized people, watching the Columbine shootings and like, you know, all sorts of terrible things. Now there's the analogy that I'm speaking on that I think speaks to this the most is that there was a book that was written surrounding the difference in manifestations of mental health issues. And so what this book kind of outlined was the trans movement, having something to do with a new manifestation of the same mental illnesses, because what. You know, and again, I'll say that I just talked about it. You can correlate a lot of things, but what this book outlines for you is how the percentage of young individuals who were having mental illnesses that were presenting themselves in the way of bulemia and anorexia had that same amount that went away like that the same statistical amount that did not, did no longer identify as having bulemia or anorexia, or had these, you know, actually psychological evaluations to do so. The same percentage that were normally presenting their mental health issues as anorexia and bulimia. We're now presenting them in this, you know, transgender, gender dysphoria, whatever this book wanted to outline it as. Okay. So my point with that is it's a manifestation. It it's, it's the, you know, the collective unconscious way for a manifestation of these mental health issues. Okay. So that's just that, that is a piece of the puzzle. I'm not saying that's why it happens most often the United States. I do think that there's a conversation to be had surrounding. Weapons right surrounding, you know, the amount of weapons that we have. However, there's definitely contradicting data points. Like I believe it's Iceland, that's far more armed than we are that has far more guns per individual, per thousand and has far less gun crimes. Okay. So there's contradicting evidence for that, but I do think that there's absolutely something to that collective unconscious. And I do believe that with it being such a hot topic in the United States, it's always deemed to repeat itself because now the sick individuals who have the most rotted mental, uh, I don't know, state find, uh, now know the way that they can get the most attention out of, out of their anguish, and how they get their name on every news station. And it's gross and it's sick and it's horrible, but it's a manifestation of those mental health issues and the mental health issues that, you know, some politicians even went as far as to say, as he has no mental health issues really. He has no mental health issues because there's no way that you're able to do this horrific act, unless you have some type of horrific mental health issue. Okay. Anyways, let's go back to the original point here. Okay. So the three parts of this conversation, the first one's going to be, this is a horrible tragedy, right? The three different perspectives on this shooting. The first one is this is a horrible tragedy. It's terrible. What happened? The police did everything right. It's happenstance. There's nothing we could've done to improve this situation. Um, it's just terrible. The cops did everything. There's that's the main point. Okay. Now there was a video that came up where a teacher that was within the building came out and said that she believed the cops were in the building. Okay. She believes that the cops were there at the moment. They were trying to help us. And she goes on to say that she sh you know, who's ever saying this, and she doesn't say this specifically, but basically she was outlining the fact that the cops. Now, when we go into the next part of the conversation, we'll realize that there is evidence to show that they were in there. Just like that individual, who I was talking about earlier that border patrol agent, who said that they came in there, then they retreated. Then they went and sat in the parking lot for 55, 60 minutes, and then they decided, oh you know, we're still not going to go in until this border patrol agent that was off duty when against their orders and went and took him down. Okay. So, but there is an individual who says that they were in there. It's a very, very low, very it's, uh, it's, uh, it doesn't have much substance to it, to me because there's already evidence showing that they went in there initially, but then they retreated pulled out according to this border patrol agent who was there at the time. And then they went back in. So she could be very well referencing the, the initial part, where they went in there before, and then actually retreated because how would she know she was sitting in a, a, um, you know, a school room by herself with her kids right. In this chaos. How would she know exactly what's going on? I'm not saying she's not telling the truth. When I am saying is they went in initially according to other accounts, then they retreated out. Then they went back in 55, 60 minutes later. So that doesn't disprove anything that we're talking about here, but it does give a talking point to the individuals who were saying that they did everything, nothing could have changed. And this is a horrific event and we shouldn't be pointing fingers and maybe we should be looking at policy reform and all these other things. Okay. Which isn't wrong. Isn't wrong. In some sense. And the fact that, you know, obviously we have to have a deeper conversation around why these issues are happening, but also if we have a police force, that's sitting there with rifles, get your ass in there and save the kids. That's your job. That's what you're supposed to do. And we're going to outline an incredible story of a mother who did just that to save her children after being handcuffed by these police officers got out of the handcuffs. All right, we're going to talk on that. And then on the next portion of this, so we're going to talk on that mother because it's truly an incredible, you know, bad ass mama bear moment. Really, truly one of the heroes of this day was this mother who jumped the fence after being handcuffed placed on the ground, went in there, got into the building and saved her children, walked out with them. Incredible. We'll, we'll, we'll discuss more of that detail in a minute here. Okay. So, so in other points of this though, is, is to me, is like, what, what would be frustrating is if you were a teacher, like think of a teacher, I feel. Sending my children to, I have children, I have children. And when these things happen, right when the Oxford shooting happens a few months ago, um, it was much more near me than you validate Texas. Um, it hit really close to home. And so, um, it was really difficult then next day, it's like, it's concerning. I placed my child in the care of somebody else and I have no powerless. And if something, if I'm in a room and something, shit like that's happening or going down, I know I can do something about it, but to place your children in a situation like that a day or two after, because again, that collective unconsciousness that young and collective unconsciousness around those days presents itself in copycats. We've seen it when they came to the, when it came down to the Oxford shooting, the days proceeding that. All the schools in the local area shut down because there is so many threats, so many stupid ass, 16 year olds, 15 year olds posting on their Snapchat story that they were going to do the same thing. Like all this gross, disgusting, this that was going on after of all these people threatening to be copycats in this situation. Um, so it was very uncomfortable as a parent to send your child to school. After this week, I've still feel like dropped my daughter off at school today still feels weird. Don't like it it's uncomfortable. I don't like being out of the control of my child's safety, right? Especially when these things are happening in the, especially when the percentage likelihood that thinks things will repeat themselves around these dates come up again, right? The likelihood that that collective unconscious is coming together and some other super messed up mentally unhealthy individual who bought $8,700 worth of guns and ammo decides that he wants to put his name up on CNN's lights. So th so they go into the situation and the, and the, just the likelihood, the collective unconsciousness is surrounding that, that action. And then they see the outcome. They see that these people, you know, their, their names everywhere, they're famous. And they're, they're infamous. And when you're in that sick, disgusting, horrific place, it almost becomes romanticized. Like I said earlier. So as a parent, it's uncomfortable. Now, I also can't imagine being a teacher in this situation, can't imagine being a teacher in this situation. Imagine if there was a massive shooting where somebody went into an accountant's building, just accountants, right accountants. They went into accounting and accountants building, and they shot up 20 accountants. And you're an accountant. The next day, you got to show up at your cubicle and go to work like a bunch of accountants. Didn't just get killed in an accountant's building. Yes. Now you expect our kids to go into that situation, but also to expect the teacher to also expect the teacher who is old enough to know what happened is old enough to be extremely scared of this situation. And so I put myself in those shoes and I know the first thing I would want to do if I was a teacher the very next day, or if I was an accountant and there was all these shootings happening where accountants were dying in massive droves, what am I going to want to do? I'm going to want to protect myself, right? I'm going to want to do everything I can to put myself out of harm's way. And to be able to defend myself if something like this happens and how do you do that? Because our police showed that even if you're got 20 guys with Bulletproof vests on the area, completely cordoned off in 35 rifles, then maybe you're still not going to go in. So I need to be able to defend myself. And if I'm a teacher and you tell them. You can't carry a weapon in to defend yourself or your children that you feel responsible for tomorrow. When you go to work the day after a shooting like this happens, that's terrifying. That's like if you're a teacher, the first thing I would want to do, if I was a teacher is to carry in school, is to defend myself as to, I feel responsible for these children. I feel like, you know, they're they, to spend more time with me as they do with their parents during the school year, why would I not feel responsible for these children? And I want to defend them and how can I do that? If you're going to strip that away from me and not allow me to carry a half of the firepower of somebody who's willing to come in here and commit harm on these children and harm on me, I want to carry a weapon and there should be able to defend myself. Now, another thing that came from that interview was the fact that teachers in the local school area of the sheriff, I believe was. It might've been, I don't know, some type of law enforcement officer that they were interviewing again on real real news, no bullshit. Um, the individual that they were interviewing said that in 2018, there was legislation passed in their county that allowed for teachers to carry how different, how different could this situation have turned out. There was one individual in that school who carried, who is near this shooting and was able to immediately respond and do something or even able to defend themselves when this coward walks into their room, intending on doing these children. And the strip them of that, right? No school's zone sign that says gun-free zone has ever stopped a school. You think some guy who's in this state of mind, that's completely mentally unhealthy and unfit walks up to a school with his AR 15, his assault rifle sees the sign and goes, Aw, shit, can't go in here. It's a gun-free zone. Not going to shoot these kids. No that's never happened. Ever, ever a gun-free zone sign has yet to have any statistical significance in stopping mass shootings. And it's the sign is just the physical part of it. That means the policies don't work. The policies, the laws that you implement are not going to stop somebody because if they're willing to walk into a school and shoot 19 children, if that's where their mental state. Do you think, uh, making it difficult for them to purchase a firearm is going to prevent them from doing so, do you think that putting a gun-free zone sign up on your school or not allowing your to, is there ever been a teacher? Has there ever been a teacher that's committed a mass shooting ever point me to one, maybe I'm wrong. Maybe it's happened. I don't know, but I've never heard of it if it has happened. So you're not going to allow that teacher to defend himself or herself. You're not going to allow them to defend their children that they feel responsible for. And you're going to put a sign out front and say, we got this right there. Nobody's going to come in here. It's sick. It makes no sense. There's no logical explanation as to why any type of legislation would actually prevent this from happening now, the gun-free zone. Which has shown again, I talked about this on our last episode where we discussed this two episodes ago, where it manifests itself in Chicago and New York and LA, which have the strictest gun laws in the country, but you'll still have the highest murder rates per capita of almost anywhere in the entire world. So we found that policy legislation doesn't seem to have an effect again, please tell me I'm wrong. Leave a comment, email me, whatever. Tell me I'm wrong. Show me it. Point me to a teacher that's ever went through with a mass shooting on their children. The children they're responsible for show me that. Tell me I'm wrong. Maybe I am. I don't know, but I've never heard of it. Okay. So that leads us to the next portion of this, which is the idea that, okay, it's a horrific tragedy, right? And again, to highlight what we're going to discuss here, the first one that we just discussed was it's a horrible tragedy. Everybody did. Which I don't know if I did very non biasly there. Um, but it's, it's difficult for me cause I, I just, it's hard for me to look through the evidence that's been proposed and, and, you know, I have the utmost respect, utmost respect for police officers, the utmost respect for border patrol agents, for anybody who in a daily basis puts themselves in harm's way for the, we are good if humanity, but I have that respect because you put yourself in harm's way for the better of humanity. Now, if you take that position and there's 17 other men who would have walked in that building and done something, 'cause, you bet your ass. If my daughter's in that school and I'm driving there, you know, what I'm doing is I'm stopping at home. I'm grabbing everything. I need to go in there and I'm walking right past these cops. And if they try and stop me, I'm going to tell them to shoot me in the. And I'm going to have somebody video recording it so that I can show that you are more likely to shoot the parent who was going to do something because you're being a coward than you were to go in that building and save those children. And that's what it took. It took one man who decided that enough was enough, because could you imagine standing outside of that school and hearing those sounds and just having to witness it, just having to sit there, wait on your chain of command. Fuck that. So the individual that did go in there was actually an off duty border patrol agent who did so against the wishes of the police that were there. So had this individual knock on against police orders and knock on in there. How many more lives would have been. How many more children would not have seen their parents that night. It's sickening to me that this happened. And they went down the way that it did. So there was documents that came up documents that were released recently that showed in the valley school district that they had active shooter training two months prior, they went over everything that they should have done, nothing, nothing in these documents said that they were supposed to wait outside for 90 minutes, not a single part of the documents. You know what the documents did say the documents said that you go in there regardless of your own safety. The documents said whether you have. I don't know, 20 people standing outside with rifles, or there's one of you, you go in that building because that's your job. And if you don't want to do it, I completely understand most people are not cut out to walk in that building and do the things that you would need to do to take care of the situation. I understand completely get it. Very few people are cut out to pull that trigger. Very few people are cut out to open that door against gunfire and go in and do something about this. Very few people are built that way. And if you're not stepped down, find a different job and let another individual who's willing, ready, and able to go in there to stop a situation like this from occurring. Because if you take on the job of a police officer and you just think you're going to be doing traffic stops all day, you're in for a rude awakening. When you get a call like. You're in the wrong profession. And again, I'm not knocking anybody who doesn't want to go into a building where there's somebody with a, a rifle shooting at you. I get it. You got kids, you got family, you got a life ahead of you too, but you're in the wrong job. Now I have some people that are close to me that are pretty big influencers in the police space that I highly respect that has a differing opinion on this. And, um, and I get it and I hope we start hearing some information that's countering this, maybe everything was done. And that would be ideal to me. Th th it's, it's terrible, terrible that this happened. And it's even more terrible that we get to, we have to sit here and wonder what could have been done, not even why, because why is a hard enough question in itself, but could there have been a different outcome if we had a different. And that's even more difficult to wrestle with because why is one person, why did he do these things, but why did the outcome not differ because of these large amounts of individuals, cop cars on cop cars, on cop cars, at least 20 men sitting out there with similar a weaponry as this individual had in there, just sitting out there and you know, where they were facing away from the damn school and you know who they were facing. The parents, the parents who were screaming and crying and agony, and all they wanted to do is go inside. They were literally saying, I will go inside. I don't even need your weapon. I'm going in there. And they literally put a mom in handcuffs. And the only reason she got out of the handcuffs was because she knew three of the officers. And they went up to the, whoever was in charge in the area and said, she's fine. She's not going to do anything. And then she tiptoed her way back and jumped a fence and got her damn two children like the bucking bad mama bear that she was to go do this because that's awesome. That's a hero. That's who I want wearing that vest. That's who I want going in there with an AR that's the person who has the balls to take on that job and know what's at stake when you don't address it properly. And so I do want to read this article about this mom, because I just think that's probably one of the most incredible, incredible stories that I've ever heard. This woman's screaming and crying and wants to save her children in this school. She's yelling at these police officers go in there, go in there. Why are you not going in there enough to where these police put her in handcuffs on the ground? Like she's a criminal for wanting to save her child's life. So here's the article. The article says cops handcuffed mom, amid Texas school shooting before she jumped fence, ran inside and saved her kids. That's incredible. And these are the type of stories. These are the type of people that we want in these positions who are going to go in and save your child. Save my child in a case like this, not 19 men sitting out there with rifles, scared of going in, and again, maybe we'll find out I'm wrong. And I hope that I am because that's, that's even more difficult to wrestle with then the why, because the why will never have an answer. There is a clear answer to this. There's a clear reason, or there's a clear a breakdown in the chain of command. There's a clear issue with the way that this was addressed and it could have been. It's very difficult to look at this individual, to look at the shooter, to look at this coward and say, we could have done more. We could have prevented this. We could have stopped him. I didn't know his mom. I didn't know his dad. I didn't know what he was going through either did anybody else, but there was at least 20 cops sitting outside with rifles who could have gone in, and that is much more difficult to wrestle with as a parent than it is to go. Why did this one sick person do these horrific things? Cause again, there will never be an answer to that. Never you'll never have a proper answer to that, but to go and to feel that you were let down by the police, the very people that you and trust your safety and your child's safety too, to know that they were the reason that your child's not coming home tonight. So this article goes on. A mom of two students at Robb elementary school says she was handcuffed by officers as the shooter was still inside. Before she jumped a fence and ran into the school to safely, Richie's retrieve her children on Tuesday. Anjeli Rose Gomez, a mother of a second grader, and a third grader told the wall street journal. She drove 40 miles to the Valdez school and was one of numerous parents begging and yelling at the police officers to enter sooner, to take out the 18 year old gunmen coward. Cause that's the only word that I'll use instead of his name. And this article is by the New York post. By the way, you can look up that topic that I just gave you. Okay. It says after a few minutes, she said, or U S Marshall placed her in handcuffs. The mother who is trying to save her children, placed her in the hand. Stating that she was under arrest for intervening in an active investigation. According to the journal, it took almost an hour before Ramos. Sorry. It took almost an hour before the coward was killed by a specialized us border patrol tactical team authority said in that time he gunned down 19 school children and two teachers. Now what you'll find in a lot of these articles that are maintaining the side that they want to be on, that is trying to maintain positivity surrounding what these police officers did is they will say that it was a U S border patrol tactical team. Not that it was an individual who was off duty, who went against the orders of the police and took this man down. And again, it's early. Maybe again, I don't want to act in absolutes here. I'm just reading stuff, trying to sift through it and then come up with a good story. Like good idea of what actually happened. So hopefully again, maybe something comes out, but it's, this is the mother who got arrested and then saved her children. So Gomez recognized a few Valdez police officers. You validate police officers and convince them to tell the marshals to remove the cuffs. Just as I said, she knew three of them once freed. She distanced herself from the crowd, jumped the school fence, ran inside the school building in, grabbed her two children, the three sprinted out of the school together. She's got goosebumps. That's incredible. Every parent ever. And this is a hero, I will say her name over and over again. Angela Rose Gomez is a hero. Not only that she cause enough of a stir to get herself. Then she convinced these cops to have not to take the handcuffs off of her. And then she jumped the fence, got her children and saved them from potentially the horrific things that happened to these other children. And I posted the video. I'm fairly positive. She was the one getting arrested in the video that I posted. Okay. If you don't follow me ever, it's at red pill revolt, you can see it. I posted it on Instagram. I posted it on Tik TOK. I posted it on truth, wherever you're at, you should be able to see it. Okay. Now the article goes on to say that Gomez told the journal. She decided to charge the school herself. As officers waited outside the building, quote, unquote, doing nothing. They were just standing outside the fence. She said they weren't going in there or running anywhere. A spokesperson for the U S Marshall services denied her account, telling the journal that deputy marshals never cuffed anybody outside of the school. We would never do that. Even though there's video evidence of it that I posted harrowing videos captured the heartbreaking wheels of parents who feared for their children's lives. As they watched police loiter outside the school building, what are you doing? Get inside the building a person. How will them one video as another screamed go protect the kids. Some fathers hopped the fence, smashed in classroom windows and pulled their kids out. A first responder told the post, the mom said she wasn't the only parent targeted by officers on the scene was she described as chaos. She said she saw police tackle a father to the ground and pepper spray. Another officer's tasered, a third debt taser. Uh, parent trying to make sure that their child is safe, tasered them tasered there, their father, the father who was going to run in there and save their children while they sat outside doing quote unquote, nothing. She said, she saw a police officer's taser, pepper spray, and tackle another father to the ground. They didn't do that to the shooter, but they did that to us. Gomez told the journal, referring to herself and other parents. That's how I felt. So who, who are you going to believe here? The individuals whose jobs are on the line, who not only their jobs, but their balls. They're a lot like their, their entire belief of who they are and who everybody thinks that they are is, is riding on this not being true is riding on the idea that they, oh, they did everything they should have done. They did the all. This mom has nothing to lose here. She has no skin in the game besides the fact that her child was in there and she felt like nothing was being done. As she watched other parents get tackled pepper, sprayed, and tasered while they were trying to save their children. So the next thing I'm going to pull up here is an article by Yahoo news, which talks about exactly what I just post or what I was talking about there, which is the fact that a border patrol, a group of border patrol agents defied you valid the police orders to remain outside of the school. And they were the ones who took down the shooter. Okay. So all of those articles that are saying it was a tactical team, we did, we, we knew what we were doing, did ya? Because they defied your orders to go in there and save these. And this is from Yahoo news. Okay. We're not, we're not fringe yet here. This is Yahoo news. Okay. And the article of this or the T the, the, the headline of this article says border patrol agents defied you validate police orders to remain outside of school. All right. It says the border patrol agents who killed the school shooter and you validate Texas on Tuesday, entered the school on their own accord. After local law enforcement requested that they hold back to senior federal law enforcement sources told NBC news on Friday, the officers from Bortech border patrol, his tactical unit arrived at Robb elementary school. In you validate from a location about 40 miles away. According to the New York times agents from U S immigration and customs enforcement, Homeland security investigations arrived around the same time. The federal sources also told NBC local law enforcement asked the two teams. And then task HSI agents with pulling school children out of the classroom windows Bortech agents waited about 30 minutes, 30 minutes, and then decided to ignore local law enforcement's request to remain outside, entering the school and neutralizing the gunman that's who did this, how much longer would this have gone on how much longer if these guys, these heroes, the ones who actually did their jobs, not even their jobs, their border patrol, they don't need to be jumping into school windows. They're border patrol. There was a SWAT team there, and these are the individuals that took this man, this coward down, not even a man coward. And they waited there for 30 minutes. And imagine how long those 30 minutes felt like, especially if you're somebody who believes what's going on is. They must've been, oh my God. I can not imagine the heart wrench again, with all of the sounds, all of the agony, all of the chaos, all the parents. And then you sit there and watch the parents get tasered and pepper sprayed, 30 minutes. They sat outside and then finally they decided screw that we're going in and we're saving these children because that's what men, good men, good women like that. Mom do. They act, they don't retreat. When an 18 year old coward with a rifle, same type of rifle. You have it sitting there, shooting at you. You move forward because it could have been two to three police officers' lives who were lost compared to 19 children. And I'd say that's a pretty fair. And again, I wouldn't wish that on anybody. Um, in, in being a police officer, who's going to be the first on scene and the school shooting is not for everybody and I get it. But if you're in that position right now, and you're w you're second guessing the fact that you would be the person to go in, maybe you should be second guessing your occupation, because it may not happen to you, but it's going to happen. There was 29 school shootings between 2010 and 2020 alone, 29, 2 0.9 per year, three school shootings, 50 states, 6% chance that it's in your state. How many major counties, while you work in a major county, 6% chance that it happens in your state, do the math. I'm not going to do it, but there's a likelihood. There's a likelihood that you will be first on scene. And are you going to go in because if not give up your badge, find a new job and that's okay. What's not okay, is sitting outside of a school for 90 minutes. While you hear gunshots go off 50 feet from you and know that it's in a classroom full of children, and you're sitting outside doing nothing with a rifle in your hands. This article goes on to say local law enforcement asked two teams to wait and then task HSI agents with pulling school children out of classroom windows. Bortech agents waited about 30 minutes and then decided to ignore local law enforcement's requests to remain outside, entering the school and neutralizing the gunman. One of the Bortech agents sustained a graze wound to the head before killing the shooter 19 students and two teachers at Robb elementary school and the deadliest shooting since 2012 shooting at Sandy hook elementary school officials identified the gunman as insert cowards name. An 18 year old resident of the valley. Local officers waited too long to respond, to answer the school and respond to the shooter, Texas department of public safety director. Steven McGraw told reporters at the press conference on Friday, Macross said that the on-scene commander at the time of the shooting, the police chief, Peter Aaron Datto believes that the gunman had barricaded himself without additional threat, without additional threat to children at the school. And that there was time to bring in more officers and equipment for a tactical breach from the benefit of hindsight where I'm sitting now, of course it was not the right decision. It was the wrong decision period. There's no excuse for that. McGraw said, there's your answer. They just told you we should've went in sooner. There's no argument on that. They just said it. K from the benefit of hindsight, it's the wrong decision. Okay. You can't argue that that was from their mouth. Nobody else's are that's. That's what they said. Okay. They know they should have done something differently. At least this one individual is saying that, okay, now, something even more interesting, which we'll get to in a second, I'll finish up this article with you, but there's something about that police chief that comes up in the following days, two days after we'll find out that he starts to ghost ghost followup investigators from other organizations who are trying to question this around him, and then even more interesting things happen right after that. All right. But before we do that again, I need you to subscribe. I need you to leave a five star review. This is the red pill revolution podcast, wherever you're at right now. Go ahead and subscribe. Find it, leave a five-star review. I appreciate it so much also. There's only one way that you can support this podcast. And it's, by going to the website, red pill, revolution dot C o.com is for losers red pill, revolution.co, and you can actually get yourself. Um, so I was trying to find a way to monetize without doing, you know, me, undies ads, kind of weird. I dunno, maybe it's just kind of weird. So no third-party ads here. The only thing, the only way that you can support this podcast is by going to our website and donating, or by going to the link on our website, red pill, revolution.com, clicking the link and seeing, um, and finding yourself some life insurance is directly with me. No third parties, red Poe revolution.co. I found myself a $63 policy for $2 million. Okay. No third parties. You go directly through me. You'll see red pill revolution right on the page there. Um, it's my license that you're under no third parties, like I said. So that's the only way that you can support this podcast. Thank you so much for considering it. All right now, what we're going to go over is the police chief. Okay. The, you validate district police chief was gone for two days and then had a closed door ceremony. Okay. So let me read this. And again, this is from real news, no bullshit. It says breaking you valley a school district police chief, who was seen commander made the decisions that they shouldn't have gone in. He was the decision maker at the school shooting was sworn in as the city council, as a city council member behind closed doors yesterday, it says Pete Aaron Datto, the valley school district police chief was sworn in as a city council member a week after a mass shooting left 21 dad and many more injured. The chief who also served as the scene command around the shooting was sworn in behind closed doors. You validate mayor. Don McLaughlin said out of respect for the families who buried their children today and who are planning to bury their children in the next few days, no ceremony was held earlier. Last week, our in data was elected to the city council. The mayor added that Aaron data was duly elected and that there was nothing in the city charter election code or Texas constitution that prohibits him from taking the oath of office. To our knowledge, we are currently not aware of any investigation of Mr. Randazzo. The new news comes as Aaron Datto has not responded to investigators with Texas DPS and a statement on Tuesday. DPS said that the chief has not responded to a request for follow-up interviews with the Texas Rangers who are investigating the massacre. According to the officers we've interviewed Aaron Datto was the one who called on officers to stand down and wait for a tactical team before going into the school. So this man not only ghosts, the Texas ranger. They made some movies about the Texas Rangers. If you haven't seen them, they're good movies, Texas Rangers are crazy. At least they were crazy ghost. The Texas Rangers who were doing the followup investigation into the shooting for two full days after he's the chief commander. If you didn't do anything wrong, why are you hiding? And also, it probably doesn't feel very good right now. If you're the parent, knowing the man who made the decision to not go in there and save your children is now city council member a week after the shooting, after everybody knew what he did after they already came out and said, what he did was wrong. He gets a promotion and leave without a promotion, but he also gets this, this other position of power after horrific, like literally the worst thing that I can imagine. And again, from an empathetic perspective, he made a wrong decision and maybe that's. And we'll get to more crazier stuff here coming soon. Trust me. Um, but for right now, let's call it what it was. It was a bad decision. It was a bad tactical decision. I would say. I'm probably not taking that city council member position. I'm probably getting out of the public eye as much as possible. I don't know. It seems weird to me, but then to ghost the Texas Rangers seems even more bizarre for two full days after this, this happens. It seems like you would want to cooperate to the utmost. If you were that individual and how horrified you would have to be for the situation that occurred, knowing full well that you did everything in your power to stop it, or maybe you're questioning that. And that's why you go hide for two full days. I don't know. Okay. So this is where it's going to get fun. All right. It's a good time to be a conspiracy theorist as my man, Joe Rogan with. It's a good time to be a conspiracy theorist. Cause you know, you got a lot of fucking ambient. There's a lot of ammo. It's a good time to be conspiracy theorists. Cause you got a lot of ammo. All right. So now I will preface this. This is not my opinion. This is the opinion of a small fringe, minority of the internet, who should not be thinking these thoughts, what they're thinking them. So I'm going to talk about it. All right. So this is a horrific thing to have to think of. Okay. This is a horrific path to go down and it speaks to where our country is as a whole that we have such a, I don't know, maybe I'm caught up in some weird algorithms. Maybe I'm in some weird echo chamber. I don't know. I try to stay away from echo chain. I try to get out there. I don't know. Maybe I am. I don't know, but it seems to me like these types of narrative questionings are becoming far more. Far more common than in 2012 when the Sandy hook shooting happened. Because if you said something about that, then everybody looked at you. Like you were crazy, everybody. It was not a mainstream thought to think that, okay. So this is a horrible thing to have to think of. It's a horrible thing to have, to even try to talk yourself out of thinking. Okay. But there has been events that have happened. If you recall Ted Cruz, who was questioning the director of the FBI, if I recall correctly, or somebody in that position who was in front of Congress being questioned on behalf of the FBI surrounding January 6th, saying that if you recall this conversation, I can't answer that question. Was there an FBI agent who incited the January 6th situation? I can't answer that question. Was there any FBI agents. During the time of January 6th. I can't answer that question. Okay. So let's get something with a conversation about what he presented, which was the idea of a false flag. Okay. Now again, I don't think this is the right opinion. I'm not saying I believe this. I'm not saying that at all, but there's definitely some weird things that have gone on that make you question narratives. Okay. And the fact that this is spilling into the mainstream, speaks to where we are as a culture. And this is horrific. And again, I'm not saying that, you know, when we went back to like the sh situation, that situation, there was people saying it doesn't exist. These people weren't real. This never happened. Okay. Now I don't think it has to be that outrageous of a conversation. It doesn't have to be that outrageous at all. Think about it like this. You have an 18 year old who's in mental anguish whose mom's on math. Who's sick and. And he finds his own little echo chambers online. He goes to rata and he goes to a four channel and he goes to whatever place you go to when you're sick in the head. And finds other people who are sick in that. Okay. Because if you think we already know the FBI knew of this individual, this coward, we already knew that we already know that they knew of him prior to this, that he was potentially making these threats. We already know that. So we already know that they have software at all times that always identify as anybody who does anything like this. We already know that we already know if they talk about that online. Yeah. Probably getting flagged and somebody knows about you. Okay. So my point is that it doesn't take strapping you down within a leather chair and sitting in front of a TV, though. It has a swirly little thing in the middle to get you to do something like this. What it could be is two individuals, a part of an organization who has a vested interest in moving towards the politicization of this conversation that convinces somebody who would, may have never done this in the first place. And they do that by, I don't know. Hey buddy. Yeah. Yeah. My mom's on meth too. Isn't that? Yeah. Yeah. It's all right, dude. It's all good. You know, mom's on math. That's all right. You know, we got to take our anger out on the world though, man, you know, they go play some call of duty. You know, I'm not saying that has anything to do with it. They go play some call of duty. Oh, check out this rifle, man. Watch this clip on it. This is pretty cool. You've been saving your money. Haven't you, man? Why don't you buy this one? This is cool. Oh. And get this magazine with it. And so it's these planning of seeds. It doesn't take this brainwashing television. It takes one to three people. According to some sources, he was speaking to some girl in Germany, his girlfriend, or some girl that he had an interest in, in Germany that he was talking to. And so all it takes is somebody like that. We've seen it where the people have been tried for convincing other people to commit suicide or commit atrocious acts. Okay, so it doesn't take a swirly TV sitting in front of you for you to defer, to convince somebody. It takes 2, 3, 4 accounts on Reddit, finding people who are already having these conversations and are mentally unhealthy, and then putting them in, giving them every step and every thought that they need, because they're agreeable because they're easy to convince because they're 18 stupid, their mom's on math and they have nothing good going on in their life. And it takes a couple of little seeds that you can plant to get them to do it. Oh, Hey, I know somebody at that school, maybe we'll unlock the door for six minutes at this exact time. Not saying that was the case, but I'm saying that there's a situation that could present itself in some movie that could present itself this way. All right. So that's the situation. It doesn't take a swirly TV. It doesn't take strapping and down to leather chair, it takes 2, 3, 4 accounts on Reddit to find one individual who's talking about these things and then to put them in the right position. Okay. So it's not that crazy of an idea in, in the reason that we're talking about these things right now is because there's been more conversations coming out. There's been CIA documents like operation Northwoods, where our CIA, our own CIA presented the document that was approved by the joint chiefs of staff that said that we can attack college students. It says real or fake so that they were willing to kill college students in have people dress up as Cubans in order to try and convince the American people to go to war with Cuba. This is on paper, operation, Northwoods, CIA reading room. Go find it right now, wrote a paper on it. Okay. This is a real thing. Okay. False flags have been presented in the past. Okay. Presented operation north was, is one of them where they actually talked about potentially. College-age students to convince the United States to go to war with Cuba. Okay. Now, another interesting conversation surrounding this is the idea that Joe Biden has come out now and said that he wants to demolish the school two days after the shooting happened, he wants to demolish the school level. It, he said he doesn't want these kids to have to go through the anguish, which again is a logical thought in some ways it's like, yeah, I wouldn't want to go back to that school either. If I'm a parent, I'm absolutely pulling my child out of that school. They're not going back there and I'm probably leaving that county. So I never have to deal with those cops again. But Joe, Biden's talking about demolishing the school, the other school ship. Now I know Oxford, Oxford school still standing there. Nobody's talking about demolishing it, nobody. And you know what? Oxford was, Oxford was a individual, a young kid who did it to his own school. And I think that's an interesting conversation to have to there's. You see Columbine, Columbine, all of these different school shootings, where somebody was at the school, they went to the school. They have a reason that they feel like this hatred for that place, right? These people, they did this to me, whatever that thought is, the horrific thought, right? Whatever that is, there's a reason they go into their own school and they do these things for somebody that randomly drive a truck that wasn't there as with $89,000 worth of weaponry to so happen, to crash right next to the school, to go to the back door at the exact time that it was opened in a school that has, if you don't know anything about elementary school security, it's pretty damn good. Like there's pin pads. You got to get buzzed in. They bring it back to the front desk lady. She goes, hello. And you go, hi, I'm here to pick up so-and-so and then they see the picture of you. They know it's you, they know you're a parent. This is not the seventies, right? There's li there's see things that have been put in place for this not to occur. And the fact that the back door happened to be open for a short minute period of time during this time is weird. Okay. Now I think it's important to discuss the fact that again, I don't think any of this, not a bit. All right. I'm just discussing with some people are saying online, the small fringe minority of people. All right. So the other school that was demolished immediately following not immediately. It was four years after was Sandy hook. Weird, weird coincidence. Okay. Now also what I'm saying about that, if I go back and take a step back again to that, where I forgot where I was going with, that was the fact that what type of individual goes into a random elementary school. You have nothing you, where is your rage being orient? Unless you're literally just like cloud chasing to be the villain of the century. Why would you go do this in that school? It's not your school. He didn't even go to school. He was out, why are you going into an elementary school and doing these things? It makes no sense. And it was the same thing as Sandy hook made. No sense. Why, what is the motive? What is the reason that you go into that school? Why it makes no sense when you have something like Columbine happen when you have something like Oxford happened, there's the writing was on the wall, right? There's the bullying, there's the, this there's the, that, there's the, you know, all of the, whatever you want to call it, this makes no sense at all. Makes no sense to me. No sense. So now what I also think is interesting is the fact that this shooting happened a day before. And maybe we'll end on this topic. We'll lighten things up a little bit in the minute. Um, but back to being talking about a serious tragedy, um, this, this happened to happen the day before the Johnny Depp trial adjourned the day before it adjourned. I think it'd be interesting if you put up like a calendar right on your wall. And every time there was a major celebrity event and the major political event and something horrific that happens, a war breaks out, a pandemic breaks out, you know, you list it all on the calendar, right? Like will Smith slaps the shit out of host of Oscars, a war breaks out. Then the next one would be, uh, um, Johnny Depp. Sue's Amber heard for the most ridiculous clown trial you've ever seen and now school shootings. So if you like overlay all these major catastrophic, both celebrity. And horrific and geopolitical events that happened. What would that calendar look like? I don't know. Be an interesting calendar, be an interesting calendar. So on the backs of that, that will conclude my conversation about you validate Texas, but we will continue on about Amber heard. If you didn't hear Amber heard, oh, lost her trial against Johnny Depp. Johnny Depp won the trial for the defamation lawsuit and will be awarded a sum of $350,000. Now the reason there was a 350,000 is originally Johnny Depp sued Amber herd for 50 million, and then she counter sued for a hundred million and then he won the 50 million case. But none of it mattered because there was a $350,000 cap for the state. I don't know. If you watch the event, you watched it unfold. There's a many, many people, almost everybody believes that Amber herb was crazy and she was making all of this up. All of it, you watch the trial. She seemed to be in character. She seemed to be, you know, um, losing her place in stories. There was a lot of things that she said that happened, that we're proved wrong, according to the lawyers and the legal counsel of Johnny Depp and according to the jury. So $350,000 that Amber heard well now, oh, Johnny, that in a crazy weird trial that is now diverting us from our original serious conversation, which is exactly the point that I was trying to make before is if you can divert the conversation when something horrific like this happens. And, and, and also it's interesting to know what is going on during that calendar timeframe, where there was Johnny Depp. Amber heard you validate Taxus world economics. The world economic forum summit in Davos, just so happened to be happening during all of this. That's what our next episode was. I'm sitting on a bunch of clips from Davos and the world economic forum summit right now, bill gates saying all sorts of crazy shit, all of this crazy stuff that's going on in Davos right now. And our conversation's been diverted effectively in rightfully when something horrific like this happens, right? I'm not claiming to know anything other than what you guys know. I think it's horrific. It's a tragedy. It's terrible that it happened. I feel so horrifically bad for these parents. I can't imagine being in your position. I can't even put it into words. It's weird to me that all of these things tend to happen in, you know, blocks, but I dunno. So anyways, our next episode will be on the world economics. And on Davos, unless some crazy shit happens between now and then that I feel the need to jump on here and do another podcast with and push that out. But it has been concluded. The Amber heard. So let's watch out for the next crazy celebrity political situation. Maybe Jennifer Lawrence is gonna, I don't know, uh, do an MMA fight against mark Walberg. What is the more outrageous thing than the last will Smith slapping him and Amber heard and Johnny Depp's trial? I don't know, but in the meantime, thank you guys so much for listening. I appreciate you so much. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button, leave a five-star review. If you don't think that this was a five-star podcast. 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Memorial Day: Badass Medal of Honor Recipients
May 30 2022
Memorial Day: Badass Medal of Honor Recipients
In this episode of Red Pill Revolution, we discuss the unbelievable stories of 5 Medal of Honor recipients. Dakota Meyer, Kyle Carpenter, Salvatore Giunta, John Chapman; All Heros with their own incredible stories that we dive into and discuss. Listen in and pay homage to these remarkable men.   Subscribe and leave a 5-star review today!   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to  now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:   Full Transcription:   Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. This is episode number 30 of the red pill revolution podcast. And again, thank you so much for listening. Uh, pretty excited about this conversation we're going to have today. It is all surrounding, you know, a little bit in the Memorial day theme here, we are going to be discussing all of, uh, some really incredible stories surrounding some of the medal of honor recipients from our great nation here in the United States of America.   Um, I know we have some people listening abroad, but there's some really incredible stories. Some really incredible people that we're going to highlight to. Uh, so I'm really excited to get into this. A few of the names that we're going to be going over is Kyle Carpenter, Dakota Meyer Salvatore. Gianatta John Chapman, Thomas Paine.   And then we got a sprinkle of some Jocko Willink in here to bowl the, get us into the episode and an outro to the episode. So I think that's the, I don't think you can get any more American than jockowillink. So let's go ahead and jump into this clip here. A little bit of a, some Memorial day United States pride here, here is Jocko Willink   in a country that most people would struggle to find on a map in a compound that few possess the courage to enter men from my previous life. Took the fight to our enemy in that compound, they found men that pray five times a day for your destruction. Those praying men don't know me. They don't know you.   And they don't know America. They don't understand our compassion, our freedoms and our tolerance. I know it may seem as if some of those things are currently missing, but they remain at our core and always will. Those men don't care about your religious beliefs. They don't care about your political opinions.   They don't care if you sit on the left or the right liberal or conservative pacifist or war. They don't care. How much you believe in diversity, equality or freedom of speech. They don't care. Sorry. You've never felt the alarm bells ringing in your body. The combination of fear and adrenaline as you move towards the fight instead of running from it.   Sorry, you've never heard someone cry out for help or cried out for help yourself. Relying on the courage of others to bring you home.   I'm sorry. You've never tasted the salt from your own tears. As you stand at flag draped, coffins bearing men, you were humbled to call your friends.   I don't wish those experiences on you.   But I do wish them had them.   if you had them, it would change the way you act, who would change the way you value. It would change the way you appreciate. You would become quick to open your eyes and slow to open your mouth.   Most will never understand the sacrifice required to keep evil men like those from that distant compound away from our doorstep. But it would not hurt you to try and understand would not hurt you to take a moment to think of the relentless drain on family, friends, and loved ones that are left behind sometimes for weeks, sometimes for months, sometimes for years.   Sometimes forever   ideas are not protected by words, paper and ink may outline the foundation and principles of this nation, but it is blood only blood that protects it   in that dusty compound. A man you have never met, gave everything he had so that you have the freedom to think, speak and act. However you choose.   He went there for all of us, whether you loved or hated what he stood for. He went there to preserve the opportunity and privilege, to believe, to be, and to become what we want.   this country, every single person living inside of its borders and under the banner of its flag. Oh, that man, we owe that man, everything. We owe him the respect that his sacrifice deserves saying, thank you is not enough. We send our best and lose them in the fight against the worst evil this world has to offer.   If you want to respect and honor their sacrifice, it needs to be more than words. You have to live. Take a minute and look around, soak it in the good, the bad and the ugly. You have the choice every day as to which category you want to be in, in which direction you want to move, you have that choice because the best among us, the best we ever had to offer, fought, and bled and died for it.   Don't ever forget that.   Wow. Well, what a way to start the show today? Uh, definitely hit me in my fields, Jocko Willink. They're just kind of outlining what this day is about, right? Th th the Memorial day is, is, you know, shrouded with barbecue grills and, and beach parties with the family and, you know, and all that's amazing and all of that's great.   And I'm sure every soldier who has ever sacrificed his, his life would have wanted it that way. Right? We're, we're, we're celebrating life, not just, you know, being, uh, having sorrow for those that we have lost, but it doesn't take away from the fact that we have to remember what the day's about. You know, we have to remember the reason that we are able to even have this type of weekend and the true reason behind that, which is soldiers who have lost their lives for us to have the freedoms that we have here in the United States.   Now over the last few episodes that, you know, I'm sure it seems like we've had, we've had a tough go here in the United States, you know, the last, the last several months, the last couple of years, even. Um, but I don't think that takes away from, from something that I found pretty powerful in that statement that Jocko Willink just said was that the, the piece of paper is what defines who our country is.   But the blood of the individuals who are willing to defend it is truly what matters in that really rings true. And I think we're going to see that today with a lot of the individuals that we're going to hear their stories and know that they're just everyday people, everyday people just like you and me who decided to go into the military for one reason or another.   Um, but generally, because they're a Patriot because they believe in what our country stands for. And this is something that I've had to wrestle with recently. Right? I am a veteran myself. I am not a combat veteran, so I did not have the experience that these individuals have had. Um, but you know, something that we, we have to remind ourselves during this time is that there is truly a unique individual who's willing to run to the fight.   And every single story that we hear of here is not only the individuals who signed that line, not only the individuals who picked up a weapon and went overseas and left their families, left their children, left their, their, their significant others left everything behind, just so they could S could go and fight for what they believe in.   Right. And that's kind of what I was getting at before, which is that, you know, it's, it's difficult. It's, it's easy to look at all of the flaws that we have in the United States here today. It's easy to look at, you know, the, the political divide in the partisan divides that we have in, in kind of just, uh, you know, diminish what these great men have done for us.   But, but that's, that's such a shallow viewpoint. Right? And, and the reason that these men signed that, that line is not because they believe in the politicians. It's not because they believe. You know, they, they believe in who we are as a nation. They believe in the individuals that are around them. They believe in the, that piece of paper that Jocko Willink just talked about, right.   The constitution, which was written as a, a literal divide between totalitarianism, that we're seeing all across the world right now in almost every so many. So many countries are dealing with, with this totalitarian states, you look at China, you, you look at the way that they're just ripping people off of their streets and like these like home alone, white jumpsuits and, and you know, for how long we've looked at these different countries and thought that just, it could never be like that here.   Well, why is that? Well, that's because of two reasons, two reasons why that is. And the first reason. We have our constitution. Our constitution is, is the founding document of our nation that allows us to have a, a literal defense against individuals who are in the political system, who are trying to take as much power as possible.   The constitution stops us from having people who can go in and become the system. There was already a set system that is out there. There was already a outline of the way that we have to act in the separation of powers and all of these individual things that make it, that, that were pre thought out, knowing that politicians are.   Dirty knowing that politicians are generally corruptible, knowing that people are flawed, right. And that's truly what it is, is people are flawed. And to know that people are flooding and to implement an institution in a piece of paper, a founding document with our constitution, which will allow us to have a literal divide, a literal wall, a defense against those corruptible individuals who seek power in the easiest way to go find it, which is through the political system.   So that is number one. We have our constitution, which is a actual defensive wall against those corruptible individuals on the inside. And that is the number one thing that we have to protect ourselves from. If we're going to remain a free country. Now, number two, which is equally as important is to have, is that what we have the fortune of having here in the United States is the greatest military power in the world.   The greatest military power in the history of. Right. And that doesn't protect us from the inside more than it protects us from the outside. So to allow us to maintain this organization, to maintain this, this ongoing freedom away from other totalitarian individuals who are wanting to come in and push their political agendas, whether they're from, you know, foreign or domestic, right.   Is, is that what you raise your hand? I promise to defend in the country from foreign and domestic enemies, the foreign aspect of that is where the military comes into play. Right. And, and the military is just a broken. A list of individual names who are willing to put themselves, put their lives on the line to make these things happen.   So let's go ahead and let's jump into the very first clip here that we have, which is actually the, so let's do a little bit of background on the, the medal of honor. So all of these individuals that we're highlighting today, our medal of honor recipients. Now it is Memorial day. Some of these individuals, I believe even most of them are not deceased, which is definitely a positive thing.   Um, but just so you know, that. And this is Memorial day, but I am highlighting medal of honor. Right? So the medal of honor is the very first, uh, it was, it was the very first, um, distinguishing factor for the American military  so, uh, Abraham Lincoln implemented the medal of honor, and it's kind of just, it been the most distinguished honor that you can have, uh, being a part of the military.   All right. Now the structure of this with the medal of honor is that you actually have to either get a congressional, um, a Congressman has to put your name down for the medal of honor or your chain of command. So those are two different ways that you can get a medal of honor. So far there's been around 3,500 medal of honor recipients.   Most of those medal of honor recipients were at the very beginning. Like I think it's like 80% of the medal of honor recipients were towards the very, very beginning of when the medal of honor was, uh, was made. And so since then the requirements to receive the medal of honor has gone up and, and become much more, uh, Distinguished in, in there's a lot more, um, I guess, uh, I dunno, there's a lot, there's a lot more, um, specific things that you have to boxes.   You have to check to get the medal of honor, as opposed to what it was like before. So a vast, vast majority came at the very beginning of when the medal of honor was made in the early 18 hundreds. Okay. So there's the background for it now, since then the most recent, uh, requirements change was in 1963, I believe where they began to make these requirements more stringent and you see less and less of these medal of honors today.   So the very first one that we're going to watch here is of Kyle Carpenter. Kyle Carpenter is an incredible story. He's actually the youngest medal of honor recipient ever. Um, it's truly, truly an incredible story. I don't want to take anything away from it for you guys here, so let's go ahead and listen to it.   And then we will discuss.   I joined the Marine Corps because I wanted to devote my life. My body, if need be to something greater than myself or any one individual   in 2010, I deployed with second battalion ninth Marines to Marsha Afghanistan. We were constantly attacked, just like we were every single day for the entire deployment. The fighting was very intense and it wasn't a matter of okay. Is it going to happen, but just a matter of when   myself and amazing friend and fellow Marine, when it scroll up on NICU Fazio, we were on top of that roof together. We were near the end of our four hour post position on top of the roof. When the enemy initiated a daylight attack with hand grenades   I felt like I got hit really hard in the face. My vision was as if I was looking at a TV with no connection, it was just white and gray static. I thought about my family and how devastated they were going to be. Especially my mother that didn't make it home from Afghanistan. And I closed my eyes and I faded out of consciousness for what I thought was going to be my last time on this earth.   my injuries were so severe that still nine years later,   it's hard to comprehend that I survived.   all right. So what it's saying here, I'm going to pause it real quick because it's, it's, it's saying some stuff that's pretty important. Basically. What ended up happening is, uh, Kyle actually jumped on a Brittany. Um, and it says that he has very little recollection of what actually happened during this event.   Um, but according to the information that they had here, he, uh, I'll just read it to, you says, says to this day Kyle's memory of what happened on November 21st, 2010, it remains blurry, but a military review of the incident determined that he had covered the grenade with his body to save the life of corporal Nick, you phrase you on June 19th, 2014, Kyle was awarded the medal of honor.   The nation's highest and most prestigious personal military decoration. All right. I just wanted to read that to you guys. I mean, that's pretty, I mean, literally the, the, um, captain America story right there for you and in a real individual, and, and we feel the need to create false idols, to be able to idolize somebody and think that somebody would have the capabilities or the, the mindfulness or, or the courage to do something during this, in, in that type of situation.   And that's why it's outlined in a movie in captain America, uh, an individual, you know, captain America goes on to jump on the grenade, right? This guy, Kyle Carpenter actually did that in the state of war to save his friends. How truly incredible. And like, you know, it gives me goosebumps just thinking about it.   That's it's amazing. Um, so let's, let's finish this, if there's anything else that comes up, I'll go ahead and read it to you guys. So.   All right. So while one second, while that loads up for us. Um, but yeah, really incredible story. The fact that, you know, that he, this individual actually did, so it says that several grenades were tossed onto the roof where he was at, and one of them, um, would take an enormous toll. It says Kyle was certain that he was going to die when that happened.   Um, it says Kyle is often asked, uh, what the medal of honor means to him. Um, and let's see if we can get this clip going here to discuss what he actually says there for that. Here we go.   We're just here because we're here. No, we got here because of incredible amounts of courage and sacrifice.   the metal represents all whoever raised their right hand and sworn to give their life if called upon for their country, represents those who have never made it home to receive the things and recognition. They deserve. Those who charged the beaches and world war II froze while fighting in Korea. Bled out across the lush fields of Vietnam and those who never made it home because of another deadly blast in the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, those who were tortured for years in prisoner of war camps and those who still rest and just didn't lands forever remaining missing an action.   The metal represents the parents, husbands wives, and loved ones who have heard the dreaded knock on their front doors to find a telegram or service member delivering the unbearable news. This is where the true weight of the metals caring being a medal of honor. Recipient is a beautiful burden, but one, I am honored to carry   all right. And at the end of the video there, what they show is Kyle going ahead and putting on his medal of honor. So, um, really an incredible story, unbelievable story. And one that will, we'll go on in history as the, you know, the, the real captain America courage here with Kyle Carpenter. Um, you know, I almost feel like there should have been his name in the credits of the captain America movie, that they, you know, stole, stole that scene from something that actually happened with a true hero, um, with Kyle Carpenter there.   So what an incredible story. Um, now the next one that we're going to discuss here is going to be a Dakota Meyer. Now Dakota Meyers is a somewhat of a large figure when it comes to combat veterans who have spoken out, he's been on Joe Rogan, I believe once or twice, I think twice where the first time he went on and discussed his story directly in his story is.   A hard one to listen to and in a pretty gruesome one at that. And then, you know, that's kind of the thing that you hear about the differences between war. I don't know, you know, the way that our modern wars are fought is, is a lot of times, you know, you think of a gunfight and you're pressing a button from afar land, or like from, from hundreds of yards away and shooting it, you know, enemy fire zones and, and, you know, you're seeing small areas where you're shooting at and that didn't use to be the case.   Right. You think back to like the way that they fought in, I dunno, think of like, you know, 17 hundreds was like swords and stuff. That's not that far removed from where we are. So there's some really gruesome stories that come out of like older wars and we, we don't have as many hand-to-hand combat stories.   And Dakota Meyer is one of those stories where it really just reminds you of. The real gritty, terrible aspects of even modern war. And, um, we'll hear a little bit more about it when he discusses it here, but he talks about, um, in, in this clip, he not only discusses what he actually went through, what he did.   Um, but Dakota Meyer is an incredible story where I believe he was the only one of his team that made it out of a situation where, um, they basically left them stranded. So I don't want to take away too much of his stories surrounding it. Um, but it's a, it's a really incredible story. That's a little, you know, he, I believe he ends up, um, he gets in the hand-to-hand combat situation with somebody and ends up killing them with a rock man.   Like that's a tear. I can't even imagine what these guys carry around with them. Right. In, in that Kyle Carpenter story, not only the fact that he jumped on a grenade, but the fact that he lived to tell about it, he has very little recollection of what happened. Must be a really difficult thing. To try and wrestle with right.   To try. And you know, how often does that come up in his mind and into not even remember what actually happened? One of the curd must be really, I don't know, I guess a blessing in some ways, but also frustrating because it's such a pivotal moment in your life, right? Like you have how many days of your life that, that, you know, thousands and thousands of days in your life.   And, and to have this one most impactful day, like whether it's with what happened with Kyle Carpenter, where he jumps on that grenade and lives to tell the tale, or whether it's about Dakota Meyer, where he ends up having to take this other man's life. And he talks about not only having to take this man's life, but like the humanity behind it.   And then looking into this man's eyes and knowing that he's just another. Uh, another person just like him, who has a family and kids. And, um, it's, it's, it's tough, but I think it's necessary. We have to know what these people go through to properly be able to memorialize, you know, the other soldiers who actually did fall in these types of situations.   But, um, let's go ahead and listen to the Dakota Meyer story now. Well, I think sometimes people need to hear it from somebody like you, you know, or someone like Jocko or, you know, the, the, the beautiful thing about these podcasts is that you get to hear people's perspective. And a lot of them are eye-opening, you know, they, they they're, they literally can change the world because they changed the way you behave and you interact with people when you listen to it.   Yeah. And that podcast that you did with Jocko, when I was listening to me, it changed my whole day. It changed like how I was going to look at my day. I was, you know, instead of like looking at my day, like up it's a normal day, I was thinking, God damn, I'm lucky. God damn, I'm lucky and goddamn. Imagine.   Experiencing what you, and how old were you at the time? I was 21, 21 years old. And experiencing what you experienced in that insane firefight being locked down. And I mean, how many guys did you wind up engaging with? I don't know. I, you know, I don't know. I mean, everyone that I got an opportunity with.   Right. And it just, you know, it was just, uh, you know, it was so chaotic. I mean, I, you know, I still, I look, I think about all the time, obviously. Um, it's something I could have never experienced. I mean, I trained for war every single day when I was in the Marine Corps. I mean, it was what it was, what my job was and I still could have never imagined that day, the way it was or anything to turn out.   I could've never pictured it. I could've never, and, and I think every day it goes by, I think there's a reckoning of it, right. The way that I seen it that day is not the way I see it today. And, uh, I think that comes with, you know, just, just sharpening and just your body, you know, you change and you, you see different things in perspective, but yeah, I mean, you know, I, I, I, you know, that day, I mean, it's still, I mean, it still is just, you know, just, it's just there and, and, and literally I walked out of there and I, I just think about all the time today.   I just think about all the time of how many generations, just that day were changed. How many generations of, of people's lives were changed? You know, all my teammates died, so don't ever have kids that generations stopped their families forever. So many lives were changed that day by that, that, that piece.   And guess what? And everybody in America had no clue it was going on. Like right now, there are us. Somebody wondering if they're going to be able to come home and see their family again, that's reality, whether you want to ignore it or not like that's reality. And that was me September 8th, 2009. And it was just, um, gosh, it was a chaotic day.   I think that's an important thing to highlight too, is like, you know, what percentage of people that are going into these actual firefight, what is their average age like the, the, the military at that level is primarily made up of, you know,  may be some staff Sergeant like the primary, primary bulk of the individuals who are going in and fighting.   These wars are 18 to 22 year old kids. Right? Like you listen to, uh, you know, all of these conversations around, you know, gun control and, and, you know, should he be able to purchase a gun or not at 18 years old and all this stuff of like the recent events. So the tragic events that have happened. And you don't even remember the fact that worse, our government literally arms 18 olds and sends them to fight on their behalf.   And the 18 year olds that are signing up to go into the military. Don't don't have the big picture in mind. They barely paid attention in government class if like me. Um, and, and they, they really don't even know how our political system works, let alone geopolitics, and what's happening around the world.   And like what's actually going on, um, they're 18 to 22 year old kids who are going to fight the wars of these 85, 70 year old politicians who they don't have a clue what they're actually fighting for other than, you know, what you'll hear a lot in, in these kinds of videos is you'll, they'll hear them talking about who they're with, right.   Their team, um, saving their buddy next to them. That's what they fight for. And the fundamental ideal that they have surrounding what the United States is and what it means to be a Patriot and what the constitution stands for and being the, you know, um, th th the freest country in the world, right? And that's what these 18 year olds, the ideals that they're fighting for in their head at this age, besides the actual, like geopolitical situation of why we're actually going in there, what we're actually doing and why we're doing it, they're kids going into these situations.   And what you'll find is like, this is kind of an interesting conversation. This, you know, he talks about, you know, they were married and they had didn't, weren't old enough yet to have kids, right. They weren't old enough to be able to see what life is actually about when you, when you look at your child's eyes, when they're born, and they didn't get any of that.   And, and not only that, but their, their family lineage has gone. They did, they, they will not reproduce. There will be no duplication of that DNA because of these wars that they were sent to fight at. It's such a young age, And so, you know, to me, it's like these conversations running like is an 18 year old able to carry a gun.   Well, if you're going to allow people to sign up for the military and to go fight on behalf of our government and wars that these 18 year olds don't even understand, yet you gotta, you can't, you can't like have your cake and eat it too. As people say, right? Like you can't not allow an 18 year old to protect his own home because he can't purchase a weapon, but then send him to Afghanistan to go fight the Taliban in the same breath, because you think that it's okay for them to do that under their scenario.   Right. And under your, your reasoning. Right. Because, you know, and that's kind of how you have to look at that gun situation. I guess we'll, we'll take a little skirt side sidetrack here, you know, to me the gun, situation's an interesting one. And especially with the most recent events and things. That, you know, the, if you look at the government from a large standpoint is the government is its own entity, right?   It's its own, uh, household, right? It's a household of 300 million people, and then you break it down to the state level, right? And the state is just a smaller organization of that same family, right? That it breaks down to a smaller number. And inside that you have counties and inside that you have cities and inside that you have subdivisions and inside that you have households, but what the country is, is just its own family entity that has decided that we're on the same team.   Right. And we all live around each other, so we should be kind to each other and we should have some rules and that type of deal. Right. So when you break it down to like the, the household level, the, the, the government in the sense stands when it comes to gun control is basically. The government wants to be able to control weapons for its own personal reasons to defend itself.   Right? As a country, as a country family, it wants to defend its property, right? It wants to be able to do that. And it does that through military action right now, when you break that to the state level, you have sheriffs in the national guard and you have state entities that want to be able to defend itself against its enemies.   And then you have the households, right? You have, you have actual physical subdivisions, you're home in that subdivision, and you need to be able to do what the government does. You need to be able to do what the federal government does, what the state, they all know that they have to do it. It's the same reason.   Joe Biden has a security guard, armed security, all around him at all times. Same thing with celebrities, same thing. You know, all of these people that are preaching gun control are constantly surrounded by their own security who are all. Right, but, but you're, you're the peasant. You don't need that stuff.   You, what do you have to worry about? You're not famous. And like, I am, you're not a political elite. Like me, what do you have to worry about? Right. So they want to strip your right away. But if there's no guns that are allowed, right. If they strip your right to own a handgun or the purchase without, you know, extreme background checks where they get to say whether, you know, you get it or not.   If, if that's allowed, you know, that, that allows them to be, you know, when, when the constitution was written and we're getting on a little bit of a rant here, when the constitution was written, the idea for, for the second amendment was not was, was generally not yet for hunting. Right? Sure. You should be able to have a gun.   Right. But it's also protection of person and protection of property. And it's also protection from a totalitarian government. Right? So, so in the same way that they want to defend themselves against other countries, they want to defend themselves against their enemies. There are people, there are bad individuals, bad countries out there who want to harm.   There are also bad people out there who want to harm the president. There are bad people who want to harm celebrities and there's bad people who want to harm me and you. And so why should it be any different if the government is okay, I can much rather get on the page of the government. If they want to say that nobody gets guns, we don't get guns.   We're going to, we're going to sign a treaty with the UN where everybody just throws all of their weapons in a circle, and we're going to go back to the stone age. And we're just going to beat the shit out of each other with sticks, because that's, you know, we don't like guns anymore. If everybody agrees that we're on the same page and there's no longer going to be gun manufacturers that every single gun that's ever distributed, it has been rightfully returned and checked next to a box so that we know there are zero guns that are out there.   We can have a conversation about that, but if, but if the government wants to be armed, if our president wants armed security, if our celebrities get armed security, if everybody, but the peasants gets to have guns and then they want to take away your rights. No, I'm on, I'm not, I can't buy into that. Right.   Because it, for in the same way as it's, it's, um, it's a microcosm, the family household is a microcosm of what the government is. And so to strip the family of, of their ability to defend themselves, this doesn't work, right. It's the same reason our government will never lay down their arms and just give it to the UN and say, all right, right.   If we're all going to throw in our weapons on an individual level, why don't we do it on the government level? Well, because we all know that there's sneaky ass people out there who want to do you harm there's countries who want to kill American soldiers. Right. We know that we also know that there's individuals out there who are going to break into somebody's house tonight and murder somebody.   It's just, it's just, unfortunately, the side-effect of humanity is there is bad people that are. And that in that you see that in that macro level of our government, our government is not going to just throw their guns into the middle with every other government say, oh, all right, we're all safe. We're going to go back to using sticks, to beat the shit out of each other.   No, they're not going to do that. They know that the power is in the weaponry. The power is in the individual who holds the, the, the most deadly weapon. Right. And so why would we as individuals give that up? All right. Anyways, side note, everybody who goes into the military, if you're going to say 18 is too young to own a weapon to go into a, um, a gun store and purchase an AR to protect yourself, to protect your family, to go hunting, whatever the hell.   Then you have to change the military age. You can't just, you, you can't just allow them to shed blood on your behalf, but not allow them to protect their own home. It makes no sense. So anyway, so let's, let's continue this Dakota Meyer clip. It's amazing how you could have, uh, thousands of days in your life in one day changes the way you look at everything.   One day, it changes the way you look at everything and, you know, and like the further I go on, I look at it different. You know, I always talk about the story of, um, you know, whenever this guy came up behind me and I ended up, I ended up killing him with a rock and I always remember just like, I remember it.   Like I see it every night. Like I remember like I just see his face and I got just, cause there was a point, there was a point that I, I feel like that anybody that when they, whether they're injured or anything, like they realized that. Like they like it. Like, I don't know. I just think there's a point when you look at somebody and they know they're going to die and on there, forget that.   And I, you know, now I look at it and I see it and how we sank that, like   this guy is a son to somebody, his mother and father are gonna miss him. This guy, he believes in his cause as much as I do, he doesn't believe he's wrong. This guy, this guy, he, he could have had a wife or kids that are never going to see their father. Again, just like, you know, my dad, might've never seen me again if it was switched and really, I don't even know.   I don't hate him. I don't even know this guy. We're just here at this place right now, because we were born in two different. When you add a weapons, were you out of, out of him? So my, no, he had came up and he started choking me. Uh, I had shot him once before and he, I was trying to pick my buddy, Donna Lee, my, my, my, one of my closest Afghans daughter.   Lee had been shot. He, he got killed. He had been killed and I came around this terrorist to get him and I was on my knee and this guy came up behind me. And, um, so he didn't have a weapon either. He was, he did, he, he had a weapon and I ended up shooting him from the ground. And I thought he was dead when he fell on the ground.   And I kind of moved down and got down with Donna Lee because I was still getting shot at, from this machine gun up on this hill. And I was trying to make myself small as I could. And, um, this guy ends up coming up with choking me. Like I thought he was, I thought he was dead and he ends up choking me out.   He starts trying to choke me out and eventually led up a little bit and I ended up getting around. And I just got, we were fighting back and forth and I can remember all of us thinking about it was like, don't let his legs to get on me. Like, you know, these guys, their legs are, I mean, they've been crawling up mountains our whole life.   And he was a, he was a pretty big dude. And, um, I just remember getting on top of him, finally got on top of him and I ended up, I was rolling on top of him. He didn't have all the gear on I did. And, um, I ended up, I remember getting on top of him, like, like I was straddling him and I'm just reaching up, trying to grab for anything I can and I'm holding him and I'm holding him down with my throat, with my forearm and I'm just grabbing anything I can.   And finally, I ended up grabbing a rock and I just started beating this dude space in and I started beating and beaten and beaten. And I remember, I remember just like finally, like after hitting him, you know, I don't know, three or four times four or five times, whatever. I remember him, like finally just kind of looking at me and like, just it's it's like, he's like just, I'm just looking at him in the eyes, like obviously closer than me to you right now.   You just see all the, you can tell, like he knows where this is going. And I always think about that, you know, um, obviously I would kill him a million times over again. Right. He, he was the enemy. Like, I don't feel bad about that part of it, but I just think about like, in that moment, if I can find a way to relate to him in that moment, uh, man, I'm taking his life.   We all in America can find a way to connect with each other. If we don't connect with each other because we choose not to, I don't care what your differences are. Like. Don't like find a reason to why we can get along, not why we should not get along. Right. Wow. So that's pretty, um, like I was saying a little, a little intense, right?   That's it's a truly a horrific situation that this man found himself in and how unfortunate to have to be. In a situation where you have to take somebody's life or it's your own. Right. And you said that he said that I would do it a thousand times over if I had to, because he was the enemy. Right. He was going to do that to me.   He came up to me to choke me. There's nothing that I could've done to put, put, put myself out of the situation, besides not go in the military. You know, however many years ago he had been in three years. Um, but, but he was positioned in, in somewhere where he had to defend himself and had to defend the people around him.   And you know, what, what he didn't talk about there was the, what led up to that, but I'm believe none, nobody on his team made it out. It was just him in that situation. And, uh, you know, that's, that's something that's easy to forget too. It's easy to like glorify them. It's easy to like put them on a pedestal because they went off and fought.   But like, man, it's such a mixed emotion. That should be such a powerful thing on Memorial day to like look back at what they actually went through. Right. What, what they actually had to endure both in the, in the moment and then for the rest of their life, after these actions, after defending themselves, after, you know, um, positioning, being positioned in a way where they had to go through this and, and do these things to other people.   And it's probably not very often, well, maybe it is maybe, you know, but, but it's, it's, it's refreshing to hear someone, you know, I guess refreshing and then an interesting to hear somebody go from speaking about. Beating someone's face in with a rock four or five times in, in, in seeing them really just like, decide that they're okay.   Not okay with it, but just decide that like, oh, this might be it right to like, actually have to look at the humanity of an individual in that moment and realize, you know, that maybe this is the end of your life, that you're not going to see your children and, and on both sides of it. Right. It's like the, I don't know.   I think the more developed we get as a world, right? As a consciousness, as an individual, the more we realize that, like these wars, at least from, you know, uh, uh, human aspect, or like just makes no sense to be fought in these manners. Like literally neither of those men knew the geopolitics down to the core of what they were there fighting for.   They were positioned by people in power who had agendas in mind that they wanted to accomplish on the backs of this man losing his life. In this situation where he went to, you know, go choke Dakota Meyer, um, either which way it's like it's a horrific event because he just as easily see whoever picked up that rock first, right?   Whoever was put in a position where they could have walked away alive would have seized that chance. But they were only in that position because of the individuals who put them there. But anyways, let's not take away from that. There were always CISM, heroism, heroism is a word heroic CISM. Let's not take away from their heroism of that individual in that moment who faced their fears and had the courage to fight in this situation.   And, and, and now it, like I said, it's a, it's a mixed emotion. You can't just like throw them up on a pedestal. And you know, you have to have empathy is still right. It's not just like, look at the heroes. It's like, man, what these people had to endure to allow us to. Enjoy our lives, the way that we do allow us to maintain our freedom in our S our sovereignty from other nations and, and how easily it is to forget the horrific actions when just putting them on that pedestal.   When just looking at them as a hero, it's easy to forget everything that they had to go through. And like I said, everything they're going to have to endure from here on out, but it's, it's important to understand how deeply complex these things are, even for an 18 and 19 and 20 year old to have to handle, and to not even be in your head like your adult life, right?   Like you're a 17, 18, 19 years old. You signed that dotted line and then you go off and you have to experience such trauma, and then take that into what you believe to be normal everyday adult life, when you're 24. And you, you have your DD two 14 in your hand, and you're ready to like take on the world.   If you're one of these individuals who went through this, like you don't, you don't have the same lens as everybody. You have such a heavier burden to take into everyday life, to take into your first marriage, to take into your, you know, to, to, to parenting your children. And you have such a different vantage point of what, you know, what it means to, to go into the military and what it means to protect your country and what it means to have a constitution, the way that we do and be willing and able to protect and defend it.   Um, it's heavy, right? Like that, that, that that's a kid 19 years old as a kid. And then they carry that burden into every other year, every other decade, every engagement, every family reunion that whatever it is like to you, you carry that with you. Um, so, you know, it's, it's something that's refreshing too, is looking at all these people and looking at how normal they are, right?   Like every single one of these guys could just be right next to you on a plane. They're, you know, talk to you at the, at the bar or. So, you know, it, it speaks to human resiliency too, right. To be able to experience something that horrific and then to come out and still be able to just leave your house, let alone form a sentence or get on a Joe Rogan interview.   Right. Like man. So the next one we're going to listen to is Salvador. Jiante I hope I'm pronouncing that correctly, but Salvador Gionta um, we will go ahead and listen to this clip and then we will discuss it too. This is a pretty incredible story. I haven't read too deep into it. Um, but I'm, I'm interested to hear it.   So here we go. I grew up in Cedar rapids, Iowa. I'm the oldest of three children. It was the Midwest middle-class sunshine, rainbows green grass. You don't have to lock the door kind of neighborhood. That was where I grew up in Iowa. I was about to graduate high school and I heard a radio commercial come on.   And I said, you know, come on down, see the recruiter. Who doesn't want a free t-shirt I'm working, but I want a free t-shirt of course I want a t-shirt. So I went down and I, uh, I talked to the recruiter and kind of the things that he said started making sense, you know, we're we're country at war. This was 2003.   We just jumped into Iraq. We we've been in Afghanistan since 2001. This is my chance. I can make a difference if this is what I want to do, and I can do it everywhere, but not in Cedar rapids, Iowa. My great grandparents came over from Italy in 1904. No one that I know of in my immediate family served in any sort of military.   This is my chance to say, you know, the juniors are going to go serve. I'm going to do it. Salvatore, Giunta enlisted in the U S army in November of 2003, after excelling in basic training and infantry school, he was deployed to Afghanistan in 2005. And again, in 2000. The second tour would station him at a remote fire base and the deadly Corrine gal valley.   I remember being so excited to go. I wasn't just excited. I was ready. I'm going to go there and kick in doors and solve this, wrap it up. We'll go home. We'll drink some beers and say, you know what? I served in the United States army. I'm proud of that every day. And within three months of being in country, an IED took out a truck and killed four and gunner lost both of his legs.   These are people in their prime of their life. There will never be stronger than they were that day to no longer have it tomorrow. That was when I truly felt that it was in the army. My second deployment was the corn gold valley. It was like nothing that I had never seen in Afghanistan before we were at the bottom of the valley with mountains, just cheer straight, straight up and down on every single side.   And every single place you're going to fight. You are at the bottom and there's no spot you can choose because you don't get to choose a spot. They get to choose the spot. So operation, rock avalanche when he go to, and I guess that's something that's fair to mention too, is they don't even get to pick where they go or like some of the tactical disadvantages that they've been pulled into.   Like, there's a, there's a movie that came out surrounding. Uh, there was a group of Marines who basically did a bunch of home videos, like early in the, you know, like literal, uh, cam corridor mode. Like I think it was like early mid nineties. Uh, there was a group of Marines. I need to think of the name of the movie because it's a true, unbelievably, incredible depiction.   Um, and it really seems like the whole movie that the depiction of it that they ended up doing seemed like a, um, like they took a lot of the scenes of this home movies that they made. And I think there was like four or five medal of honor recipients. I should have clipped that together for you guys too, but really unbelievable.   A movie that, that came out about this specific, it might, it might be this specific area that he's mentioning here where basically there was a big, um, mountain area surrounding the entire, like a full circle mountain. And then down, down in the valley here, um, there was a, uh, a military base that they were put in a forward operating base, right in the middle of these mountains at the very, very bottom where they were at a complete disadvantage from every single point that you could look at, they were at a disadvantage from, and, uh, there was, uh, many, many, uh, soldiers from the U S who died.   Um, and, and every single day in this area that they were, they were fighting. And in this forward operating base, they would receive gunfire just from the mountains and they could barely even see where it was coming. But the vantage point that they were, they were fighting from was just like, imagine, like, I dunno if you've ever seen, like, I guess that's a bad example, but if there's a, there's just a complete circle of mountains around this area, there's a base at the very, very, very circle middle bottom.   So there's nowhere to hide. There's nowhere to run. Um, there's nowhere to, to even cover, to, to, to reload your weapon besides the, you know, the buildings. And so, um, this movie is truly incredible depiction. So I wonder if this is the same base that they were talking about. There is like the, it might've been, um, like he might've said it, but I think it was like they coined it like death valley, um, but a horrific, horrific, uh, tactical disadvantage vantage that these men were in from the beginning.   Like it's not even like they, they, none of them choose to this either like higher up chain of command guy writes a fucking sticky note and hands it to a corporal and says, all right, start a base at the bottom of this mountain without ever actually visiting. And how many people died on the decisions, like on the backs of that decision, how many these young soldiers lives were lost because of this like terrible tactical disadvantage that they were given from the very beginning.   Like they, they didn't even have a chance from the beginning. And, and so whatever this movie is, you gotta find it. It's a, it's a great, it probably one of my favorite military movies of all time. Um, and, and it truly like captures the humanity. Like the essence of what being in the military is, and all the shit-talking and comradery and all the, you know, difficult situations that you find yourself in.   Um, it's a really incredible story. So, um, but if that's not the place that he's talking about, the fact that they're putting our soldiers in these areas over and over again, now I know that there's been like since then, like statements that they came out and said, yeah, there's no, absolutely no reason that we should have actually put a base in this area.   Uh, I dunno, it's crazy, but I'll, I'll find the name of that hopefully before the end of this podcast. And, and, uh, we'll, we'll see if I can give the shout out and let you have a, a good movie to go watch. Cause it's a really, really incredible movie. Um, but let's, let's continue on this clip again. This is Salvador gianatta, um, discussing his, uh, the time that he received the medal of honor for, we had no idea.   Well, we had Intel and there's Intel. It was lots of bad guys. That's what we came here to do.   the first day we got some contact a couple of times, each day, usually small mines, RPGs. There's some bad guys in the shot at us. And we dropped some orders and other things. Apparently there was a lot of people that they deemed innocent that died. Then they're not. We came to help, but now he pissed off everyone.   I'm here still, other than our little areas that we've been watching for the last, you know, day and half, we don't know what's outside of this. We left where we were headed, headed to another village. It's probably only enough, maybe another street kilometers. And we set up for doing listening posts for going in and engaging the villages saying, Hey, you know, what do you need?   What would, what would make your lives better? And how let's let's talk to offer to all of this is to Bravo radio check over. That was a team leader. So I have a radio so I can click over and I can hear what's going on with the other guys. And we started hearing on the radio chaos shooting. Doesn't make chaos to hear chaos from people who'd been doing this restraint.   And we started hearing they're missing people. They're missing things. There's there's Kia's we have, we have Americans killed there. It was bad. We just stayed waiting, listening to a million bad things, happen to our brothers kilometer away. You've never been more ready than you were right there. And we couldn't do anything right over here.   They over overran a scout team position and they overran a gun team. And second tune was going to go into the village. And then we were going to be on one of the side peaks over watching the village. So if anything, anyone started coming from the outside to come and attack them in the village. We already have the high ground above them and we sat there 12 hours, 14 hours just watching and waiting.   And nothing happened. Commander said, we're going to pull out. We'll go back as it was probably two and a half hours. And the sun was down to the moon was big and that moon really does make a, just a huge amount of difference in what you can. And can't see, there was Sergeant Brennan specialist, sack road, the squad leader, staff, Sergeant Gallardo, myself.   Uh, Casey was my solid gunner. And then clarity was my two or three gunner. We went about 200 meters from where we sat. And that was when I I've never seen before or since anything like what, what happened?   The tracers coming, usually one tracer, four balls. So every time you see one that glows, there was four somewhere in between there and absolutely everything. Every single inch of the air in front of us behind you. Was filled with tracers thousands of bullets in the air going both ways at this point, I think within the first five seconds, I think pretty much everyone had been shot somewhere.   Casey and Clary were behind me and Casey had the 2 49 squad. Automatic weapons saw and searched can shoot about a thousand bullets per minute. Clary was shooting is 2 0 3, which shoots a 40 millimeter grenade. But the guys were so close. She couldn't the grenade. He was just making a lot of booms, but it wasn't on them, but he was doing exactly that.   That was a good thing for him to be doing. And so I looked towards my leader, Sergeant Gallardo, I saw Gallardo coming back and I just saw his head Twitch. And it wasn't like a, what was that Twitch? He was like, something just hit his head Twitch and he dropped, sorry. I just ran out and I grabbed, he was kind of flipped over on his back, but he was okay.   So I kind of grabbed him, was pulling him and he was jumping up and we got back and I went to a little bit of desolate. I probably gave us maybe six to eight inches of relief in the ground. And I, we were both there. And when that happened, I got hit Largo's here and I'm here and they're shooting at us from here.   And I just got hit over here, which the people over here can't shoot over here. That is a very serious thing to figure out incredibly quick, why that bullet came from over here, they set up in an L shape, which if we were to do it, we would do it exactly like that. We were trained from from day one in basic training.   It was a battle drill that a near ambush. What do you do if your ambush happens? Well, you charged the line. You're going to win or lose on that, but you're going to win or lose stain where you're at. And if you stay where you're at, you're probably gonna lose. We threw your name. And we ran forward, that road was on the ground and he said, he'd been shot.   Brennan said he was shot as well. He's somewhere up ahead. I can hear this. As I'm running and Garda went for acro Gallardo is the man. I trust the lardo. There's no more grenades. And I was already running forward. So pointless to stop and Gallardo had that growed and chasing and Claire were doing everything they could and they were, they were keeping their heads down.   And when I ran up and I couldn't, I couldn't find Brinton where it should've been   this part haunts my dreams.   Now it's interesting to think in this situation like that, like everything that's going on. You know, all of the intensity of the moment, like gunfire from here, gunfire, from there, you, you like, it's easy to, it's easy to let it escape from, from your mind if you've never been in a situation like that, not I've never been in a situation like that.   So it just, just interesting. The the real time chess match that is happening in a firefight. And so, you know, in, in the stakes are so high. And for him to say that like, you know, in this next moment was one that will stick with me forever, you know, in the intensity of that moment to have a moment that even like within that however many minutes that this firefights happening and you're seeing people drop to your left into your right and to have something significant enough in that moment to, to, to stand out to you and to have to also not only like comprehend everything that's going on around you.   Um, but to, to, to react, analyze strategize, and then take action is like, it, it truly is a special type of individual who can find themselves in a position to gain this medal of honor, because every single one of those decisions has to be correct. Right? The, the, the analyzing the situation, the reaction to the situation, the, you know, calm, cool, and collected, and then the actual action itself, everything had to Evelyn.   You know, perfectly for these men to do what they did. Um, so, you know, just speaks to the intensity of the moment and the intensity of what he's must be talking about coming up here. The fact that there's an individual moment within all of this, that, that sticks with him specifically. So here's that I came out and there was two guys carrying one   crazy. I don't know how anyone else got up here before me. I mean, this all happens like this. I was like a little bit closer. I realized what was going on. I deployed with Berlin before we, the year before we were in Afghanistan for a year. So I'd been with Brendan for maybe four years. He's smarter than me, stronger than me.   He's smaller than me too, but he's faster than me. He's a better shot.   And that's, who's getting carried away June to immediately charged through the persistent enemy fire toward the two insurgents carrying Joshua Brennan. He killed one and wounded. The other Ben carried Brennan to a position of relative safety until medevac helicopters could arrive   25, 2007 30 supportive operation during freedom is unwavering courage. You don't find out if you did the right thing or wrong thing until later. Sometimes maybe if you did the wrong thing, maybe you don't ever find out lardo. My squad came up, I was talking to captain Kearney. He said, you're going to get put in for a middle of,   I said a lot of things, none of which were very happy or, or should be told that. Mendoza had died and Brandon had died. The other guys were going to be okay, they're all in surgery or getting some bullets out. You're going to congratulate me. You're going to pat me on the back and say, thanks stupid the day at the white house.   When the president put around my neck and the front row, I had my family had my wife and my mom and dad and brother and sister. And the second row, I had some aunts and uncles, but the road behind my family was Britain's family. Next to them was windows is family. When, as I felt this light silk ribbon go around my neck, I felt the weight of the sacrifices of those two and the sacrifices of several of the people in that audience.   No one did anything special. I, every single one of us were fighting for our absolute life. If I didn't do that was my. Congratulate and pat it on the back and everyone thinks I'm such a great guy when there's people that will never get a congratulations. Thank you. Or you're the man ever again, or see their family, the mother, the father, the children.   And yet you're gonna congratulate me on the keeper of it stays at my house at night, put it around my neck when I need to, but this is not mine. This is not for me. This represents so much more. This represents not just my boys, not just bringing, not just Mendoza, not, not rugal who died the day before. Not all the guys who, who have been wounded, not all the people who have suffered, not the families that will pay the price for this country.   It's not for any one of those people. It's for all of those people. And if I got to do it, I'm going to do it for them. And there's nothing they wouldn't do for me. So how could I not do this for them?   Yeah, that's heavy. Is he, you know, can't imagine being in that situation, like he said, like getting your metal of honor, while you sit out and watch the families of your friends that didn't have the opportunity to come home, let alone sit there from, in front of the president of the United States being congratulated, right?   Like that, you know, it's like, I'm such a weird, you know, status to obtain because all of the things that came with that, right? Like I wonder how many of those men who have the medal of honor even, you know, look at it in, in a way other than how he looks at it, which is just like, you know, it's not this, like, it's not the Stanley cup, right.   It's not like, it means horrible tragedy happened and you witnessed horrific things in likely your friends or dad and, or seriously wounded. And then too, like. This like celebrity type event where the president is putting a, a necklace around your neck about it. And he can't comprehend the fraction of the agony that you went to, to be standing on that stage, or to look in, to look out and see your friend's parents.   There is cash that's heavy, you know? And, and, and so the Mo the movie I was mentioning earlier was called the outpost. I believe it's, it's, uh, it came out in like 2019. I don't know if this specifically talking about this one place, it might be. Um, I'll have to look deeper into that for you guys, but the corn golf valley is what is where, um, Gionta served, where he got his metal event of a medal of honor.   And so here, here's what it talked about. I was talking about that earlier, like the base at the very like, um, the very bottom of this like mountainous area. And so here's six reasons why the Korengal valley was one of the most dangerous places in Afghanistan. So it says nestled between the high mountains of the Afghan side of the border with Pakistan, the Korengal valley has the most has one of the hardest fought over patches of ground in the war on terror, 54 Americans have been killed in four medal of honors were earned in the valley or its vis immediate vicinity while the case for a fifth is under review.   One of that, um, one was that of the first living recipient of the reward of awards since Vietnam staff, Sergeant Salvatore. That's who we're discussing here today, the American military rarely moves into the valley, but handpicked, Afghan commandos, some trained by the CIA fight constantly with militants there, the Afghan government maintains offices at the Peck river valley, the entryway to Korengal, their police execute raids and patrols, and the continuing attempt to shut down or limit the shadow government operating there.   When the American military was there, they face the same challenges the Afghan forces do today. Some of these dangerous of some of these dangers are common across Afghanistan while others, um, only existed in Korengal valley and the other branches of the pack river valley. So it says the terrain is a nightmare.   Steep mountains, loose shale thick forest is an open patches of land, made the area in nightmare for an occupying force. Command outposts were built in relatively open areas so that defenders could see approaching militias. However, this meant patrol is returning to the base, had to cross the open.   Sometimes under heavy military arms fire from nearby wooded areas and houses, the thick trees in the area allowed fighters to attack us forces from covering concealment. The attack would then hide there. The attackers would then hide their weapons in the forest and return to the civilian population.   The steep hillside allowed snipers to climb above outposts and fire into the bases. As soldiers slept loose rocks on the steep land led to injuries from falls and trips. It says building new bases and keeping them supplied, presented constant challenges, probably just, they show that in the outpost again, I don't know if that's the exact movie.   I'll have to I'll look at that before we're done here, but in the outpost, they showed that like when they would actually go to get supplies, they would drive their Humvees up these mountains. Like right on the cliffs, like horrifying to try, like, you know, you ever drive through like Colorado going up to, uh, like Vail or Breckenridge or something.   And so it's like how I felt, but it's like, not even close to that. It was like this small, small patch of area that you drive on down this like cliff mountain side that's. Um, I believe in the movie, which is a direct, um, uh, account of what actually happened there, there was people who died just from trying to get supplies and their Humvee falling off of the side of this mountain.   Um, so, you know, just, just a horrific, horrific way all around. And that talks about getting food, getting water, getting gear, getting ammunition, anything had to go through these cliffs. Right. They had to go drive on these like super small roads leading up the side of this mountains through guns. Um, and that's just one, one part of what, what made it as horrible as it was.   So it says its proximity to Pakistan gave Taliban a cross border sanctuary. It also says the civilian population is largely confrontational towards outsiders, the U S face multiple insurgent groups along with criminal elements. That might be interesting. So most NATO unit faced opposition from multiple factions in their regions, but the Korengal valley was a high priority for both the  ALD Qur'an or Jadu QI eight J D Q, and Al-Qaeda the GDQ is suspected of having connections to Pakistan intelligence and both groups are certainly well-funded.   In addition, local insurgents, cropped up under formation, timber barons who lost family members in money. When the Americans moved in, it also says that the Talibans would often use human shields in battle, which would make it even more difficult in the Korean gold. So let's see what the outpost, the outpost was, the movie that I was discussing earlier, let's see where that was actually, um, where that was actually talking about.   So it talks about the battle of let's see, Coran dash. So it says combat outpost Keating. So it was the cam dash outpost. Um, so that's what the outpost is actually about. So it says, um, let's read a little bit about that. Now. This is what actually was that whole movie was surrounding this, um, combat outpost Keating.   So it says one of the several us army outposts established in Northern Afghanistan located in a remote valley are surrounded by the Hindu Kush mountains. The base was regarded as a death trap. The troops stationed there faced regular Taliban attacks culminating in one of the bloodiest American engagements of operating and during freedom.   The firm tells the story of the 53 us soldiers and to Latvian military advisers who battled some 300 enemy insurgents at the battle of Kim. So this is talking about the plot, the production, the release. Let's read through the plot a little bit, because I believe it's just a direct translation from what actually happened.   So it says during the war of Afghanistan, Sergeant Romesh and the new group of soldiers arrived at the cam dash under the command of CPT Keating. Um, uh, let's go on here. So yeah. Well watch the movie. I'll give you that. Watch the movie. It's a great movie. It's a good cast. The storylines really done well.   The scenes of the actual war, like crazy. One of my, one of the best war, movie scenes you'll ever see to me was in the outpost. It got like six point. I don't want to deter you. I don't know why it got a lower rating on it. I MDB it got like a 6.9, I guess that's probably pretty good for a war movie. Uh, you know, unless you're a star wars or something, you know, you probably need a little bit of flavor.   If you're directly taking a battle that happened in Afghanistan, then trying to correlate it to a movie. Um, it might be a little difficult to get the highest IMD B. I don't know. The movie is great. It's a great movie. It's super intense. Um, it's a great story. It's the combat scenes are, are unbelievable.   It's probably one of my favorites that I've seen. Um, So anyways, in the spirit of Memorial day, go watch the outpost. It's a great movie. You should definitely see it. So, um, beyond that, let's go ahead and move on here. But, but anyways, that just speaks to like the horrific ness. Like these men here, they're going to the Keating or to Kim dash or to, um, you know, where, where, uh, Junto went to and, and, and you have, no, you have no say in this, you don't get to decide, oh, you know?   Oh yeah. They're sending you to the death trap. Uh, no, you can't say no, you, you, you absolutely can't say no, you follow your orders. You go where they tell you to go. Right? So these, these, these 1920 year olds are put in the situation where they're put into a place described by Wikipedia as a death trap.   And they just have to deal with that, right? They just have to go, they just have to fight and, and, and whatever positions they're put in because of the lack of leadership or the, the, the, the terrible situations that they're put in by whoever is starting the, you know, these wars, the military industrial complex, the war, pigs, the, you know, whatever it is, it it's truly incredible.   The things that these, these guys end up doing in these situations. And, and like he said, you know, the, the guy who he described as one of his friends was a better shot than him was faster than him was stronger than him was. W you know, all of these things, and he didn't get the medal of honor. The medal of honor went to the individual who, who, you know, survived that situation.   And, and now it's, that's not the case always. Right. There's post humor. There's, there's people who are dead, who got the medal of honor post humorously, I think post Hugh Morris. I don't know. However you say that word. They got it after they died. And so that's nice to hear at least, right. But, but, but in this situation it's like, it's not always the strongest.   It's not always the fastest, it's not what is the best shot who get these medal of honors it's whoever who shows the most courage in these situations and, you know, puts themselves in the situation where they're saving lives. Now there's another medal of honor recipient who is on like, you know, I don't have clips of here, but it was, um, um, some type of combat, uh, uh, uh, combat medic who saved over 200 people in one at one time without firing around.   Um, I, I would love to read that story more and dive deeper into that situation, but it, but really it's a, uh, uh, sounds like an incredible story. Now, the next one that we're going to be going into, one of the last ones we're going into here is John Chapman. So this one kind of details a little bit more about like where, what actually happened during the events.   This is the first ever recorded a medal of honor. So where they actually have the video feed of what exactly happened in this situation. Um, so we're going to watch that. And then, uh, we'll go with our Jocko clip and then that will be the show here. 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You'll watch Chapman's heroic actions as he saves the lives of his entire seal team.   And then another 18 members of a quick reaction from. Earning America's highest award. The medal of honor Chapman and the seals exfil their MH 47 helicopter. John is the second individual to exit and immediately moves in the direction of the summit. He can be seen moving off to the right of the screen alone.   The team is taking heavy fire from every director. As indicated by the arrows as Chapman begins, engaging targets, you can see spent cartridges ejecting from his M four Chapman then begins closing with the enemy, forcing his way up slope and knee and thigh deep snow. He is constantly under fire as he does this Chapman's team leader begins to close on Chapman following his trail through the snow.   The dark mass above Chapman is a four to five bunker containing two enemy fighters, each armed with AK 40 sevens who are firing down on the team in the darkness. This bunker will come to be known as bunker. Number one to the left of the tree. And bunker one is another gray mass. This is a rock outcropping that came to be called the Boulder between bunker one.   And this Boulder can be seen the body of slain. You'll Roberts, the man Chapman and the others are attempting to recover,   um, Chapman still alone and closest to the enemy. Pauses to engage targets as his team leader follows him, but never actually catches up with him.   Uh, Chapman on his own now makes the decision to charge directly into the enemy bunker despite withering point blank, fire Chapman. Now literally on top of the enemy, engages the two combatants and kills them saving the lives of the remaining seals. He does this from a distance of no more than 10 feet.   These actions by themselves earned him his first medal of honor. He then climbs into and takes control of the bunker. Having cleared the immediate. Chapman is then joined by his team leader in bunker one. You can then see Chapman and his team leader engaging the next bunker known as bunker two, which is situated to the left edge of the screen.   This bunker man by a handful of Chechen and Uzbek fighters also contains a heavy PKM machine, gun, hand, grenades, and rocket propelled grenades. So this man got not one but two medal of honors for the actions that we're seeing here. And then the first thing, the first scene that you saw there was him basically, um, being drafted and propelled down, uh, rappelling down from a helicopter and then going straight at this bunker where they were receiving fire and, uh, potentially saving all of his, uh, teammates that were there with him.   So, um, really incredible, really incredible stuff. And again, it just speaks to the, the hero is CISM of each of these individuals and the difficulties that they had to go through and the courage that they showed. And, and again, you know, all of that. Because they signed the dotted line, um, in, you know, went into the military at 18 20, 21, 22 years old without, uh, a thought of geopolitics on their mind and just wanting to get in there and fight for the ideals of our country, right?   Not the politicians, not the, not the, you know, the ideal is the idea that we are a free nation and the people that encompass that. Right. And so what an incredible story, what an incredible stories. Um, I, I'm just blown away by some of the videos that we just watched and hearing them talk about it. And so, um, I hope this inspires you.   I hope this inspires your Memorial day weekend, right? As, as you are going out and, you know, firing up the grills and going to the beach and hanging out with your kids and waking up next to your wife and cooking breakfast with, you know, some music on and, uh, you know, Take into consideration the hardship, the difficulties, their hero heroes, heroic ness of these individuals.   And keep in mind too, that in every one of these situations, or almost every one of them, there was men who died, who did not get the ribbon of, uh, you know, the feeling of a ribbon around their neck placed there by the president. And so, again, I don't think there's any other way that these fallen soldiers would want you to celebrate your Memorial day, then drinking beer with your body.   As in hanging out with your kids and loving on your wife. You know, go into the beach and like do an American shit, right? Like there's no other way, they'd want you to spend it, but just know that you are able to do these things. And in the time that you're off of work is because there's great men out there who sacrificed their lives and had the courage to stand up in, in unbelievable, unbelievable amounts of difficulty and to do the right thing at the right time.   Um, and there's many who died before them. So even they could get those medals of honor. So here's Jocko Willink. We're going to end with this. Um, but I hope you guys have a great Memorial day and, uh, here, here, I am the fallen soldier, sailor, airman, and Marine. Remember me? I am the one that held the line.   Sometimes I volunteered. Sometimes I went because I was told to go. But when the nation called, I answered in order to serve, I left behind the family, friends and freedom that so many take for granted over time, I used different weapons, a sword, a musket, a bayonet, a rifle. A machine gun often I marched into battle on foot.   Other times I wrote the battle on horseback or in wagons, sometimes on trains later, it tanks or Jeeps or Humvees in early wars. My ships were made of wood at powered by the wind later, they were made of. And powered by diesel fuel or the Adam, I even took to the air and mastered the sky in planes, helicopters, and jets, the machines of war evolved and changed with the times.   But remember that it was always. The warrior that had to fight our nation's enemies. I fought at Lexington and Concord as our nation was born. I crossed the Delaware on Christmas day in 1776 in the civil war. I fought with my brothers and against my brothers at Gettysburg and Shiloh and bull run. I learned that we must never again, divide in world war one.   I marched on the mark and held the line at Bellwood the war to end all wars. They called it. I just called it hell in world war II. I fought everywhere, but beaches of Normandy, the battle of the bulge, the hell of Guadalcanal, I stood against tyranny and kept darkness from consuming. In Korea. I landed it in Shaun and broke out of the chosen reservoir.   They called it the forgotten war, but I never forgot it. Vietnam. I fought the Mekong Delta at gay song at hamburger hill. Some say my country wavered, but I did not wait for it ever. In the recent past, I have fought in Iraq and Afghanistan. It Baghdad, Fallujah. And crooner helmet at Kandahar as technology advanced, I used night vision goggles and global positioning systems and drones and lasers and thermal optics, but it was still me a human being.   It did the work, it was me that patrolled up the mountains or across the desert or through the streets. It was me that suffered in mercy. And bitter cold. It was me that went out night after night to confront our nation's enemies and confront evil face-to-face it was me. Remember me. I was a warrior, but also remember that I was not only a warrior.   Remember also that I was a son, a brother, a father. I was a daughter, a sister, a mother. I was a person like you, a real person with hopes and dreams for the future. I wanted to have children. I wanted to see my son score a touchdown or shoot the winning. I want it to walk my daughter down the aisle. I wanted to kiss my wife again.   When I told her I would be with her until the end. I meant it. When I told my children, I would always be there for them. I meant it, but I gave all that away. All of it on that distant battlefield, amongst the fear and the fire and the bullets or in the sky above enemy territory, filled with flack or on the unforgiving sea, where we fought against the enemy.   And it gets the depths of the abyss there in those awful places. I held the light. I did not waiver and I did not hesitate. The soldier, sailor, airman, or Marine. I stood my ground and sacrificed my life, my future, my hopes, my dreams. I sacrificed everything for you this Memorial day. Remember me, the fallen warrior.   And remember me not for my sake, but for yours. Remember what I sacrificed so you can truly appreciate the incredible treasures. You have life, Liberty, the pursuit of happiness. You have the joys of life, the joys that I gave up so that you can relish in them. Cool. Wind in the air, the gentle spring grass on your bare feet, the warm summer sun on your face.   Family, friends. And freedom never forget where it all came from. It came from sacrifice. The Supreme sacrifice live a life that honors us, the fallen heroes, remember us and make every day Memorial day.   And on that note, guys, I don't think there's any more justice I can do here. I hope you have a great week. Thank you so much for listening and welcome to the revolution. See you guys next week.
Uvalde Texas Shooting: 18 Children Dead & US Politicians Look to Capitalize
May 25 2022
Uvalde Texas Shooting: 18 Children Dead & US Politicians Look to Capitalize
In this episode of Red Pill Revolution, we discuss the recent massacre of 18 children by an 18-year-old in Texas. We talk about what happened, what the local police had to say about it as well as the school super intendant; then we see our leaderships reaction including Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as they attempt to politically profit off of this horrific tragedy.  Subscribe and leave a 5-star review today! ----more---- Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad! Go to now! Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state ----more---- Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website:   ----more----   Full Transcription: Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams. Thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate. From the bottom of my heart in the heart, the same heart that you are going to hear today, very broken and shattered surrounding some recent events that have happened in Texas. Today's going to be a little bit different than most episodes. Uh, we're going to focus just on this brief topic here. Um, it's, you know, something, I just felt the need to kind of just jump on here and talk with you guys about, talk about some of the current events that are coming out of this. Who's speaking. What they're saying? Uh, all of it. So make sure you stick around for the full thing again, I appreciate it so much. Um, don't want to step on this situation too much. So as always go ahead and subscribe hit that five-star review button. Uh, that's all I got for now, but I would like to jump into this. So if you don't know, you haven't heard yet, it happened. Uh, I guess it was yesterday, today, really? Um, Tuesday, May 24th. There was a. In Texas, uh, by an 18 year old individual whose name I will not use, I refuse to use. And it ended up, uh, I guess at this point there's been 18 children who have died as a result and one teacher, we don't have all of the details so far. Uh, but we'll go ahead and let's watch this opening clip that discusses what actually happened, who was involved. Uh, and, and the little bit of information that we know at this point. So here we. All right. There's our intro. A little bit more information about this. They say 14. It has now been confirmed at 18, at least from a little bit more updated sources. Uh, I believe that the teacher also has died at this point, as well as potentially one police officer. I believe I heard that somewhere, but not confirmed on my end. Uh, but we do know that at least 18 children have lost their lives to this terrible, terrible tragedy. And one that, as they've explained has been, you know, a topic of discussion quite frequently over the last decade or so. And it's quite terrifying. Um, I have children and as they mentioned, this was second to fifth grade or six, second to fourth grade, I believe, which they said was six year olds. That's not the case generally in second grade. Second grade is usually going to be seven or eight year olds, but the factor means. This is terrifying. This is horrible. This is terrifying. Um, this is a sickening thing for any individual to do, as we saw in multiple cases that Jay just presented there. Um, the individual who did so also did not only just do it to the children, they did it to, uh, to their own family prior to going out there now, from what they had mentioned there, the individual had a handgun. Potentially had a rifle from some of the other conversations that we've seen. And according to the Sheriff's clip, which we will see next also had some form of a vest that he had on to protect himself from the ensuing chaos. He knew he was getting himself into. So as I was saying, this is horrible. This is terrible. I think that we saw it there. You know, the immediate cries that you'll see in a lot of these situations is to immediately jump to like policy decisions. And, and I think. That's not always the right decision. I think that sometimes terrible things happen and we have to maybe let the parents let the school grieve a little bit before we start to look at what these politicians can do to pass legislations that may or may not prevent this thing in the future. Uh, but let's go ahead and watch that sheriff clip. Let's see what he has to say about it. It's a, it's a brief one. Um, so let's, let's go ahead and watch. Again, briefly, as of now, we're still working on this active investigation. Uh, once we're able to provide information to the families, we will do so first and foremost, obviously our Prairie's is to get information to our families. Um, and, and give them some information. So please bear with us in regards to that. Secondly, once we do get some information that we can release to the public, we will be doing that. So please know, once we do get some information, we will share that with you and call another press conference. Um, let me assure you, the intruder is deceased and we are not actively looking for another individual or any other suspects in this case. Uh, we definitely ask you all to keep the family, the families that are involved in your prayers. It's so much here to provide a statement. I not take any questions is our superintendent, Dr. Howell heroine. Good evening. This was a tragic slips of bent today. And my, my heart was broke today. Our hearts and thoughts and prayers are with all our families as we go through the, this day and days to come a few announcements that we'd need to make. Beginning tomorrow at 10:00 AM. We will have grief counseling and support at the civic center for our students, our staff, community members, anybody that needs to come at that time. And we may be there more than one day. Maybe there's several days. Our Rob staff will meet at 8:00 AM at, uh, at the civic center as well will begin with visiting with them. And, uh, seeing what those needs are, school will be closed. We, the school. Uh, we will have no school tomorrow or Thursday. All activities are canceled throughout the district. I know graduation is on people's mind. We will come out with a notice on that at a later time, all the staff members do, they will report to their campuses, uh, other than Rob campus, which will come to the, uh, the civic center. Again, my heart was broken today. We're a small committee. And we'll we'll need your prayers to get us through this. Thank you again, this is a tragic event in our community. We are very sorry that we cannot provide you more information, but greatly appreciate your patience and understanding during this very difficult time, we ask that you pray for all of the families affected. Thank you. Okay. So there's the direct Sheriff's, uh, statement on that. Also the superintendent of the school spoke on it. One thing that I'm happy to hear is that this sick, disgusting human garbage is dead. Although I don't think that. You know, full justice in this situation. I mean, what type of coward, what type of coward do you have to be to not only shoot your own grandmother, but then to go find a bunch of defenseless children to take out your, whatever is going on in your head. Like, jeez, what, what in the world? Like w what, what do you have to be going through to even consider this type of. I mean, what type of sickness do you have to have in your head? In, in there's some clips out there that I was watching. I don't know if I have them on here. I don't believe I do, but there was a part of Tucker Carlson's, uh, clips, which I have a brief portion of that we're not going to watch the full thing of, but it also goes into an interview with his classmates who his classmate was seeing is where he was kind of a, a funny character. But, um, he was. Basically just saying that, you know, this guy didn't raise any flags to him. He was in class with them two years ago in gym and he wasn't sketchy quote unquote, and you just never know. Right. You never know what somebody is going through. You never know what somebody is capable of. And I think that's, you know, a better case for being able to defend yourself in these types of situations. Not saying that there's anything that really anybody could have done here to prevent this. But I think, you know what we're going to see when we watch these clips that are coming up is the immediate, you know, immediate, emotional, not even emotional, I guess, emotionless reactions by our leadership in this country and trying to use this platform to ask for policy changes that they've tried to push over and over and over again about gun control and. You know, speaking of what type of cower does it take to, to do these things? What type of coward does it take to try to take advantage of these situations? Right? Like if, if you're the, the president of the United States and this happens in your country, if you're that superintendent, gosh, I don't know how he even stands up there and completes a full sentence. I, you know, see you the principal of my daughter's school. Every day when I walk in and I couldn't imagine in, in he sees the faces of our children every day. Now the superintendent is a little bit more removed from that, but gosh, what a horrible situation in general and, and how terrible, uh, it must feel to be anybody involved in this school, anybody and any student who saw it, heard it, uh, a teacher or a parent who, who. You know, actively part of this, um, situation, you know, that that even has to have an ex a conversation with her. Tonight's who were close to this and, and heard these sounds. And I got an email from my child's teacher who came out and said that, you know, this is a horrific situation. And she's so sad to hear these things. And, you know, in, in some way, shape or form, we need to have a conversation with our kids. Now, I don't know how I feel about that. You know, I don't know if we need to, what is that going to do? If you have a child who is in this grade, in this. You know, a 7, 8, 9 year old them being afraid of the world and afraid of going to school in this, in this type of scenario, how many schools are out there where this doesn't ever happen? In what percentage likelihood is it to happen in, in what mass horrific reality or, or what a massive like horrific, uh, conversation. If every parent had this conversation with her. At that age, I just don't think it's very appropriate. But, um, yeah, this is, this is tough, man. This is, this is so sad. And to know that there's so many parents out there tonight who just won't be talking in their, uh, you know, their child, their baby, who they raised and who they love. And that's so sad. And so. Uh, let's, let's go ahead and see here. This is, there's some deeper seated problems that we'll see in, you know, and there, there was a, the saying goes, never let a great tragedy go without, you know, what is it taking advantage of a great tragedy. There's some quote around politics and I can't exactly pull it right now in the, in the frame of mind after hearing about this, you know, an hour or two ago, but a. You know, taking advantage of these tragedies is exactly what we see our poor leadership do in this situation. And it's horrible. There's no reason for it. You know, the, the, let the parents grieve, stop trying to push policies in the, in the midst of tragedy for the sake of, you know, it's like if you were a life insurance agent and you know, which, you know, we'll get to that in a second, but if you were a life insurance agent, let's take that. And these kids died and all of a sudden you're running advertisements towards parents saying, Hey, get life insurance on your child. Do they, they're going to die. Just like these children did potentially, right. We need to prevent you from being in hardship if this happens or whatever it is that you can insert there. It's gross. It's disgusting. Any business that would take advantage of this to try and push their. Profits, which is exactly what their political profits are that they're trying to push our leadership here is trying to push it political profit. They're trying to profit off of this in some way, shape or form, right? In, in, in this case, it's in this way, shape or form of control, right? And they want to use lists platform. They want to immediately jump to the idea. We should be banning guns and we should be banning, uh, assault rifles, and, you know, whatever it is. Um, we're going to see that here. And, and, and to me, it's just gross. Any industry that would utilize this platform to try to profit in any way, shape or form, whether it's attention, whether it's, uh, direct profits, like the life insurance example. Whether it's, uh, political profits, whether it's attention profits, you know, there's so many different ways to profit. And in this situation, our political leadership is trying to profit off of this situation by immediately jumping to specific policy changes in, in, in calling for them. So we'll see that here. Let's go ahead and watch Camila Harris, give her speech, then we'll jump to the Biden speech. Then we'll jump to. Uh, Tucker Carlson had to say, which he basically called them out prior to them, even having these conversations, knowing they were going to utilize this platform for their political profit. Uh, so here is Kamala Harris. We need to go now to Washington. We understand vice-president Harris plans to address the shooting, the tragedy, and you volley at Robb elementary school. Let's go ahead and listen to what she has. Please sit everyone. Thank you. Thank you. What a, what an incredible room. And, um, Judy Chu, thank you for that introduction and for your leadership on so many levels. Um, tonight's a rough night. Um, we planned for a great celebration, but I'm sure most of you have heard the tragic news. Um, About what has happened in Texas. So I had prepared comments about tonight, which I will speak, but I just first want to begin by saying a few words about the tragedy that occurred today, um, in you valley, Texas. Um, as many of, you know, the reports are that, uh, it was a mass shooting at an elementary school. And, um, the preliminary reports are that 14 children have been killed. Um, and the details are still coming in. And of course the president and I are monitoring the situation closely. So while we don't know all the details yet, uh, we do know that there are parents who have lost children, um, families that have lost children and their loved ones, of course, and many others who may have been injured. So I would normally say in a moment like this, we would all say naturally that our hearts break, but our hearts keep getting broken. You know, I think so many, there's so many elected leaders in this room. You know what I'm talking about? Every time a tragedy like this happens, our hearts break and our broken hearts are nothing compared to the broken hearts of those fans. And yet it keeps happening. So I think we all know and have said many times with each other enough is enough. Enough is enough as a nation. We have to have the courage to take  action and understand the next. Between what makes for reasonable and sensible public policy to ensure something like this never happens again. So the president will speak more about this later. Um, but for now I will just say to the people of you've already, um, please know that this is a room full of leaders who grieve with you. And we are praying for you and we stand with you and it is difficult at a time like this to think about much else. But I do look around this room and I know who is here. And I know this is a room full of American leaders who know and have the courage to take a stand. And so let us tonight, as we do every time we all get together. Recommit ourselves to having the courage to take action. And so that does bring me to the leaders who are in this room and the leaders of apex. And again, I want to thank chairwoman Judy Chu for that kind introduction as a former member of K pack, um, I had the opportunity to see her leadership firsthand, and she is truly a national leader who leads. The people of our country. And of course, I'm honored tonight to be with Congresswoman, Maryland, Strickland, apex board chair, Susan, Jen Davis, and all of the federal state and local elected officials who are here. Okay. That's enough. So you get the idea, the percentage of time that she talked about the grieving of these parents and what actually happened in this situation was so much. Compared to the timeframe that she spoke about. Here's what we need to do is enact policy changes. And, you know, we all have the power. No, you don't. You do not have the power to stop this. No laws that you pass would stop this. There was a guy, fuck how long ago, months, a year, whatever it was, who ran over an entire group of people with a car, are you going to ban cars? It makes no sense. You go to the UK where there's the access to guns is way low. There's just higher stabbing rates. These things happen. They have happened. They're going to continue to happen, regardless of whatever policies that you enact, regardless of whatever ego comes into your way. And even to then into this ego is probably even being. Because I don't think it's ego for her to sit there and think that we need to enact these massive bands. Right. And she did not really say it, but we're going to watch the Joe Biden clip and he comes out and says it it's, it's crazy to me that these people who are in these positions of power cannot even. Can not even stand in front of a group of people and knowing there's 13, eight, well, 18 parents out there today who are wanting to listen to a voice of reason in a position of power and, and hear something at least just grieve with them. Don't stand on their backs and, and. Pallets ticks, push political agendas that, you know, you've been pushing for a while now. And, and, and know what law that you're going to pass is going to stop this. Look at Chicago, look at LA, look at wherever the largest percentage of murders are, are where there's the most strict gun laws in the country. And you know, this. Kamala Harris, you know, this Joe Biden, you know that the only thing that you are going after while you're standing on the backs of these parents who are grieving over their children, is the political agenda on your mind for control to control the people, to take away any, any potential response they would ever have to totalitarianism. And, and you step on their backs and in the worst moment you could ever possibly imagine and use their backs as a stepping stool to push your political agenda. You sick, gross people. How disgusting is that? Give it, give it a fucking day. At least maybe come out and say, I cannot imagine, like, alright, here's my thing. Here's here off the cuff. Here's what I would say to these parents. I can not imagine being in your position. I can not imagine that the hardship and heartache that you must be going through today. And I hope that you never, that I never do have to be able to feel the difficulties that you're going through right now. And there's nothing that I can say. And there's nothing that I can do to take that away from you. But I want you to know that there is a country. Of hundreds of millions of people who feel your grief with you today. And there are share the unbelievable heartbreak that you have. And many children who will go to sleep tonight without their friends tomorrow and brothers and sisters who will wake up without, without their siblings. And we are so horrific. Sad right alongside of you. And there's nothing we can do. There's nothing we can say to make you feel better, but I want you to know that we're here for you, that we will do whatever we can to be there for you. And that over the next few weeks, we will be reaching out individually to speak with every one of you to let you know that. Politicians that your president and your vice president cared deeply deeply about you, about your family and about your children. That's what leadership says not. Hey, did you guys hear about Texas? Yeah. Well, there's some, there's this many children who. Here's how here's what I can do to prevent this in the future. And you all decided that you didn't want to pass these laws are the reason this happened. No, that's disgusting. That's gross. Shut your mouth grieve with these parents. Or just shut up and let it, like, they don't need to hear you pushing political agendas right now. You definitely don't need to be like wagging your little gross finger Camila at the individuals who, who didn't pass your massive gun bans because of anything there's pre more preventions of mass shootings as a result of access to web. Then there is these one-off little situations that we're seeing here that are, are again horrific, and you can't speak to the magnitude of agony that these parents must be going through. But the last thing you should be doing is pushing your political agenda for 60% of the conversation. While 10% of it goes out to our hearts with. But we need to do this. You guys are wrong for not passing this and I am right, because I could have prevented this if you did what I said. And so let's hear what Biden has to say, and it's quite similar, but I haven't heard the whole thing. So we'll listen together. Good evening fellow Americans. I'd hoped when I became president, I would not have to do this again. Another massacre you valley, Texas, and elementary school. Beautiful. Innocent. Third fourth graders. And how many scores of little children witnessed what happened? See their friends die as if they're on a battlefield for God's sake. I don't know whether the rest of their lives there's a lot. We don't know yet. There's a lot. We do know. The parents who will never see their child again, never have them jump in bed and cuddle with them. Parents will never be the same to lose a child. It was like having a piece of your soul ripped. there a hollowness in your chest, you feel like you're being sucked into it, never going to be able to get out suffocating. It's never quite the same as the feeling shared by the siblings and the grandparents and the family members and the community. The thought behind scripture says. Joe. And I've talked about this in different contexts and other context, Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. So many crushed spirits. So tonight I asked the nation to pray for them, give the parents and siblings. And the darkness I feel right now as a nation, we have to ask, when in God's name, are we going to stand up to the gun lobby? When in God's name? We do it. We all know in our gut needs to be done. This is the 343,448 days, 10 years since I stood up at a high school. And Connecticut grade school and Connecticut or another government, Matt massacred, 26 people, including 21st graders at Sandy hook elementary school since then have been over 900 incidents gunfires reported on school grounds, Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in Parkland, Florida, Santa Fe high school in Texas Oxford high school. Let's goes on and on and on this grows wanting to include mass shootings at places like movie theaters, houses of worship. As we saw just 10 days ago to grocery store in Buffalo, New York, I am sick and tired of it. We have to act and don't tell me we can't have an impact on this card. I spent my career as a Senator and the vice-president working to pass common sense gun laws. We can we'll prevent every tragedy, but we know they work and have positive impact. When we pass the assault weapons ban mass shootings went down when the law expired mass shootings tripled the idea that an 18 year old. Can walk into a gun store and buy two assault weapons. It's just wrong. What in God's name? Do you need to solve it for except to kill someone there? Aren't running through the forest with Kevlar vests on for God's sake, it's just sick. And the gun manufacturers has spent two decades aggressively marketing assault weapons, which make them the most and largest profit. Wow. There's a lot to unpack there. The first of which being schools are a gun-free zone, Joe, it's illegal to have a weapon on school grounds. It's literally one of the only mass protected areas that you can go to that as illegal to carry a weapon on. Didn't stop him dead. It's it's crazy. And then he goes on to say, dear, aren't walking around with Kevlar vests. What a gross usage of, oh, how disgusting is that your statement? There's 18 parents out there right now who are grieving the loss of their children. Uh, in deeper agony than you were ever in with Bo who ended, whose children's lives were ended in such horrific fashions. And you're talking about deer walking through a forest and a Kevlar vast how disgusting, how gross. Right. And everybody wants to get in this conversation like, oh, everybody was saying with abortion, how, oh, if you ban abortion, people are just going to do it illegally. Might as well, make it healthy and safe. Where's that conversation. When it comes to guns, you're going to ban assault weapons. You're going to ban assault rifles. People are just going to do it illegally. Right? The people who are going to do these types of things are absolutely going to find. It's a sickness. It's a sickness in your head to even have the capacity to do these things, to even fathom shooting your grandma and then going on, and then fucking driving to an elementary school and shooting 18 children. That is not a gun problem. That is a mental health problem. That is a sickness in your brain that, that most people cannot even fathom the, the, the, ah, the, the, how horrible of a person you must be to potentially even do that. There's, there's something missing in your head. There's a switch that, that wa that was flipped that no other person can fathom going through. And whether it's a gun, it's a knife, it's a truck like we saw months ago, or. They're going to find a way. And so let's address the root cause. It's not the guns, it's not the gun lie being manufacturers in this case, it's the sickness. It's the, it's the, the, the switch in your head that allows you to do such horrific things and what we'll see statistically, and almost like, I think it's 80% or larger. It may even be higher than. Are on some type of SSRI, some type of antidepressive medication, something that's messing with your nervous system, that there there's a humanistic aspect that does not allow you to do these horrific things and to completely eliminate the conversation of, of that being gone in these individuals. And, and, and, and to diminish that conversation down to a. Gun issue or a, a specific type of gun nonetheless, or the fact that you there's no deer in Kevlar vests walking across the forest. You, you fucking idiot. How disgusting, how gross for you to use this as your platform to push gun reform restrictions. Right, because we all know what that leads to go to go to Brazil, go to, and I don't know if there's gun bands in Brazil, but I'm assuming that's probably crazier than go to go to any of these countries and find, find me the statistics that back up, the fact that if you mass, uh, take away, you know, you know, who did that? You know, who do you know who took away guns? First was eight off. Was stolen was Landon. All of these people didn't allow their people to have that because that's the only form of control and no nobody's using, uh, it has an AR 15 for the purpose of going and shooting a deer. You're so stupid that you don't even know how hunting works. Nobody's shooting a deer with an AR 15, should it be that removed and not even that removed, he knows what he's doing. He's not playing on the individuals that actually know. How guns work or how hunting works, even he's playing on the emotional strings of individuals who are uninformed surrounding this topic. No, nobody buys an AR 15 to shoot a deer. People buy an air 15 to protect their household Pritchard's to protect their family. And in many cases to protect their family from the opportunity of being taken over by a totalitarian government, it's the same reason. All of your soldiers carry an ARP. Or an M 16, the same reason it's to protect yourself. And then to say that an 18 year old shouldn't be able to walk into a gun shop and buy a gun you're recruiting the same 18 year olds to go fight your wars. And probably Ukraine coming up soon as we saw him say in the conversation that he had on the border in Poland. So you're going to allow them to carry it because they fight your wars hunter. Because you get to profit off of the backs of their blood. They're not going to take their M sixteens into a forest to shoot a deer in the Kevlar vests you dumb ass. It's not when they are 15 is four and 15 is a war. Gun is a self protection, personal protective. And literally it's a pistol with a, buttstock a longer barrel and an extended magazine. In some cases in the same type of magazine you can get for any gun right now, I can go get my Glock and get a 30 round magazine for my Glock, just like what's in my era, 15, doesn't change a thing, but you're just trying to play on the emotional strings of families who are grieving to push your political agenda. Let's watch a little bit more of this. If I can stand it. I am sick and tired of it. We have to act and don't tell me we can't have an impact on this corner. I spent my career as a Dawn for God's sake, it's just sick. And the gun manufacturers has spent two decades aggressively marketing assault weapons, which make them the most and largest profit for God's sake. We have to have the courage to stand up to the industry. Here's what else? I know. Most Americans support, common sense laws, common sense gun. I just got off a trip from Asia meeting with Asian leaders. And I learned this while I was on the aircraft. And what struck me on that 17 hour flight. What struck me was these kinds of mass shootings rarely happened anywhere else in the world. Y they have mental health problems. They have domestic disputes in other countries. They have people who are lost, but these kinds of mass shootings never happened. The kind of frequency they happened in America. Why, why are we willing to live with this carnage? Why don't we keep letting this happen? Where in God's name is our backbone to have the courage to deal with and stand up to the lobbies. Turn. This thing is action for every parent, for every citizen of this country, we have to make it clear to every elected official in this country. It's time to act it's time for those who obstruct or delay. Or blocked the common sense gun laws. We need to let you know that we will not forget. We can do so much more. We have to do more our prayer tonight. Those parents lying in bed and trying to figure out will I be able to sleep again? What do I say to my other children? What happens to the more and God bless the loss of innocent life on this sad day. May the Lord be near the broken heart and saved those crushed in spirit because they're going to need a lot of help. A lot of our pre. Okay. First of all, I don't know how many times I've heard Joe Biden mentioned God or the Bible references. Um, interesting that that comes up now, but I won't critique it. It makes sense. However, what I will critique is the fact that two minutes and 47 or two minutes and 40 seconds of this clip was devoted to speaking to the. Was devoted to talking about grief was devoted to mentioning the topic, even that was a seven minute clip. The other five minutes of Joe Biden's speech was dedicated completely the policy reforms that he's been pushing for years surrounding gun control. How does, how gross I'll say that over and over again. It's just, it's sickening to me that this is the conversation that we're having. And it's obviously easily called out by others because here is Tucker Carlos and mentioning the fact that this is exactly what they were going to do prior to the, either of these speeches coming out. He knew this, and here's a clip of Tucker Carlson discussing it. Oh. That if the president uses the deaths of children to try to make himself more powerful, he really is a lonesome man unworthy of leading this country. He may rise above it and try to unite this country. In which case he will get praise from us and from every American, some are not doing that. However, some have gone lower than you even imagined a Congressman called Rubin. Galago just tweeted this quote, just to be clear, F you Ted Cruz, you effing baby killer. Can you imagine, what do we think of Ted Cruz? He did not shoot anybody. It's a horrible thing. Nancy Pelosi, recent statements re released a statement saying this quote. It is time for all in Congress to heed the will of the American people, enjoying it and enacting the house passed bi-partisan common sense, lifesaving legislation into law. Of course they jump at any opportunity, including the deaths of children to make partisan points. And then a character called Juliet Kam. A former Obama administration official DHS said the shooting is proof. We need to get rid of immigration laws. She said that I'm seeing this a few hours. From an investigation standpoint, I'm going to do what the facts tell me now. So I've got demographics, first of all, an 80% Hispanic school district. So the most important thing for the federal government to do right now is to say there will be no immigration enforcement during this period in that. Uh, area. It is, it has a large immigration population. You want parents with their kids. You don't want people hiding right now. And we need to make that clear ASAP because of the political issues in Texas. So a normal person, decent person stands in reverence and awe and deep sadness before a tragedy like this, a filthy person jumps in to figure out how can this make me more powerful? Jeanine Pirro is the co-host of the five. She joins us tonight. Judge. Thanks so much for coming on. Um, you really do learn about people in the immediate aftermath of something like. Don't ya? Well, you know, what you just saw is really the epitome of the politicization of a tragedy. Some people are so ideologically rigid that they will use anything, anything to bootstrap their political ideology in this case, you know, to basically open the borders. And that is a sad, disgusting commentary when the thing that, okay, that's enough of that. But you get the. How dare you. How dare you. Like I said, stand on the backs of these grieving parents and devote 80% of your speech on this topic to policy political agenda reform, including immigration. What a, what clown world do you live in? Where that's an appropriate conversations surrounding what just happened now? I'm not even going to get into it. This. Some of the deeper, you know, rabbit holes that you can when these situations arise. But if you're in that zone, you know what I'm talking about? Um, you know, it, I'm sure these, these things obviously happen. And this obviously is a horrific. I don't know, I won't even get into it, but in this case, it's, it's so sad. It's so horrible. And, and to see our politicians are not even our politicians, our president and our vice president, just rubbing, rubbing the nation's nose in, in, in specifically calling out Ted Cruz, calling him a baby murderer for what not pushing your totalitarian gun laws. You know, the, the, the, the fundamental. Constitutional rights that we were given. It's all gross. It's all disgusting. And it, this whole thing makes me sad. It makes me sad to see our leadership's response to it. It makes me, like I said, it's just disgusted by the, by the approach that they took on this two and two minutes and 40 seconds, he devoted to the conversation surrounding what happened and the, his grieving for the parents. And then the other five minutes were devoted. Dear wearing Kevlar vests in a forest. I don't know. I don't have much more to say about this at this point. I just wanted to get that out there with you guys. It's a sad day. Um, it's a horrific day and my heart goes out to any of the parents who are dealing with this tragedy, any of the parents and children who are a part of that school district, uh, there's a lot of difficult conversations and difficult times. And, uh, yeah, it's horrible. So that's all I got for today, guys. Uh, I hope you and your family are safe. Um, please, uh, subscribe, leave a five-star review if you enjoyed this podcast while I guess enjoyed is probably the wrong word to use in this situation, but, uh, you know, if you kind of, um, like. 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