The Adams Archive

Austin Adams

Welcome to The Adams Archive, a podcast that goes beyond the surface level and dives deep into the heart of the issues that shape our world. Hosted by the captivating and insightful Austin Adams, this show is your gateway to a new way of thinking about politics, current events, philosophy, history, and even the most intriguing conspiracies. Through engaging interviews, sharp commentary, and thought-provoking analysis, The Adams Archive is your key to unlocking the hidden mysteries of our modern world. Whether you’re seeking to expand your knowledge, challenge your beliefs, or simply gain a fresh perspective, this podcast is the perfect tool to help you navigate the complex landscape of today’s society. So come along for the ride and join us on this journey of discovery. The Adams Archive is waiting for you. read less
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#108- Questions Unanswered: Assassination Analysis, Biden's Disappearance & Secret Service Director Resigns
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#108- Questions Unanswered: Assassination Analysis, Biden's Disappearance & Secret Service Director Resigns
Welcome to Adam's Archive, where we dissect the most significant political scandals, unravel deep-seated conspiracies, and delve into the unseen workings of modern society. Hosted by Austin Adams, this podcast brings you thought-provoking discussions on current events, technological advancements, and historical parallels, all designed to shed light on the truths obscured by mainstream narratives. Join us for a riveting episode where we delve into a series of interconnected events that have shaken the political landscape. We begin by examining the recent assassination attempt on Donald Trump, analyzing the details and implications of this shocking incident. What were the security lapses, and why did the Secret Service fail to prevent it? Next, we shift our focus to the mysterious disappearance of Joe Biden. Rumors are swirling, and we explore the various theories about his sudden absence from the public eye. Is there more to the story than what's being reported? We also uncover the latest revelations from the recent congressional hearing. What were the key takeaways, and how do they impact our understanding of the current political climate? Topics Discussed: Trump Assassination Attempt: A deep dive into the details and security failures surrounding the attempt on Donald Trump's life. What went wrong, and what does this mean for his future security?Biden's Disappearance: Investigating the sudden absence of Joe Biden from the public eye. We explore various theories, including health issues and potential political maneuvers.Congressional Hearing Revelations: Breaking down the most significant revelations from the recent congressional hearing. What new information has come to light, and how does it change the narrative? Call to Action: Subscribe to Adam's Archive and stay informed on the topics that matter most. Follow us on YouTube, Substack, and social media for updates and exclusive content. Your support is invaluable, and we thank you for joining us on this journey to uncover the truth. All the Links: For easy access to all our content and platforms, visit https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams
#107- Trump Assassination Attempt: Fact or False Flag
Jul 15 2024
#107- Trump Assassination Attempt: Fact or False Flag
Welcome to the Adams Archive, where we dig deep into the stories shaping our world. Hosted by Austin Adams, this podcast offers an unfiltered and in-depth look into the recent attempted assassination of Donald Trump. Our goal is to provide the insights and perspectives that mainstream media often misses. Each episode takes you on a journey through the shocking details of the assassination attempt on Donald Trump. We break down every aspect, from the security lapses and political implications to the hidden forces at play. Discover how deep state agendas and corporate manipulations may have influenced this dramatic event. In the Adams Archive, we uncover the inefficiencies within our security systems and the impact of poorly implemented policies. We discuss how political agendas can compromise national safety and public trust, using the Trump assassination attempt as a real-world example to illustrate these dangers. We delve into the lives of key figures involved in this event, offering a nuanced perspective on their roles and the broader implications of their actions. Our discussions provide context and depth to the political figures and shadowy entities connected to this assassination attempt. Our analysis uncovers the tactics used by media to shape public perception and push specific narratives about the attempt on Trump's life. By understanding how propaganda works, we help you see through the fog of misinformation and get to the truth. Join us on the Adams Archive for fearless explorations of the Trump assassination attempt. Subscribe to the podcast and follow us on YouTube, Substack, and social media. Your support is crucial in our mission to uncover and share the unvarnished truth. Thank you for being a part of our community. All the Links: For easy access to all podcast-related content and platforms, visit https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams. Subscribe now and never miss an episode. Your journey to uncovering the truth starts here. ----more----   Full Transcription
#106 - Conspiracies & Cultural Collisions: Whistleblowing Supermodel Disappears, Ancient Chinese Medicine & Amazon Tribe meets Pornography
Jun 6 2024
#106 - Conspiracies & Cultural Collisions: Whistleblowing Supermodel Disappears, Ancient Chinese Medicine & Amazon Tribe meets Pornography
Brought to you by Roninbasics.com: Protect yourself from the perils of modern technology with high-quality faraday products designed and developed by yours truly. Podcast overview Dive into the most captivating and controversial topics of our time, blending deep research with a touch of humor and a lot of heart. From bizarre trends and historical horrors to groundbreaking medical theories and conspiracy revelations, we cover it all. Summary of Major Topics: Influencer Insanity: We delve into the bizarre trend of influencers and celebrities shaving their teeth down to nubs for porcelain implants. Discover the dark side of aesthetic trends and the shocking consequences people face for the sake of beauty and uncover the ancient wisdom of meridian energy. Disappearance Mysteries: Dive into the harrowing tales of individuals who have faced unimaginable horrors, from underground bases to mysterious disappearances, this is the chilling case of Gabriela Rico Jimenez. A mexian supermodel who blew the whistle on a elite trafficking ring and then was never seen again. Historical Horrors: Journey back in time to uncover the gruesome and fascinating stories of historical figures like King Geza, whose reign was marked by brutality and human sacrifices. Cultural Collisions: Witness the rapid cultural erosion experienced by remote Amazon tribes upon gaining internet access, and the profound changes it brings to their traditional way of life. Make sure to hit that subscribe button and leave a five-star review. Follow us on YouTube, Substack, and social media to stay updated on our latest episodes. Thank you for your support! All the Links: For easy access to all our podcast-related content and platforms, visit linktr.ee/theaustinjadams.----more---- Full Transcription  Adam's Archive.    Hello, you beautiful people. And welcome to the Adams archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we have a couple of deep dives. We're going to have a couple other things sprinkled in there too, but a couple of deep dives that we're going to discuss starting with the. Crazy trend that has happened probably over the last, I don't know, five or six years, but even more so recently, the amount of celebrities, the amount of tick tock influencers that are out there getting their teeth shaved down with essentially nail files into nubs, and then getting fake implants of teeth, porcelain implants into their mouth. Now  there's a specific case that brought this up more recently, and it came from TikTok. So we'll discuss that. But what we're really going to talk about there is the idea behind why this is truly a problem, right? There's, there's this fundamental idea behind traditional Chinese medicine, which talks about the meridian.  And so that's what we're going to discuss first. After we talk about that and the horrific things people are putting their bodies through, and we'll actually use a case study here of the, with this woman from tick tock that caused this  topic to be discussed because I saw it recently pop up in one of my feeds. And it's just unbelievable. The amount of people that are doing this without even understanding what the potential side effects could be. So we will talk about that. After we talk about that, we are going to talk about a father in, I believe this was in Mexico, who went on stage at a,  uh, comedian's show and smacked him several times.  And you would go, that's crazy. You should be able to take a joke, right? But there's a lot more to the story. And I think He might be justified in this. So we'll talk about that. Then we will jump into a remote Amazon tribe left hooked on pornography after finally connecting to the internet. Uh, so this tribe essentially got. The internet and the very first thing they did was get absolutely unbelievably, horrifically addicted to pornography. So we will talk about that. Then we will move closer and closer into our real deep dive of the day. But before we jump into that for that last deep dive, we will discuss. A royal tomb of an African king that is actually completely made of human blood? After scientists had recently confirmed.  And then the last thing that we're going to discuss today is the curious case of Gabriela Rico Jimenez, who was a Mexican supermodel who essentially disappeared off the face of the earth.  Going outside of this hotel back in August of 2009,  and she had made these crazy claims. Something about celebrity, elites, billionaires, cannibalism,  and a lot more. She even calls out a few names, one that you'll be familiar with, and if you're not familiar with it, I'll tell you who they are, and why it's important, and who they're tied to.  Spoiler alert! It's the Clintons.  And so we'll talk about that. We'll do a deep dive into that situation. We'll watch a couple clips and we will go from.  So all of that and more, but first I need you to hit that subscribe button. I know it's been a few days, few weeks, even two, three weeks since my last podcast episode. And I apologize, but I appreciate that you're here. I love you. Thank you so much for listening in. I know life comes up for a lot of people on a lot of things and that's what's happened here recently. Anyways, so.  Uh, life comes up, life gets crazy. I have, uh, career, children outside of this, but the goal has always been to consistently put out great content for you guys, and that's what I hope you think about this episode right here. So again, thank you for being here. I appreciate you. Subscribe. Leave a five star review. 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You'll love it. Love it. And that's what I got. Let's go ahead and jump into it.  The  Adams archive.  That's a jam. Every time I hear that, that's a jam. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. The very first thing that we're going to discuss today is going to be the disgusting trend of influencers and celebrities out there getting their teeth shaved down with nail files so they can look like Gollum from Lord of the Rings, only to have  porcelain implants. The teeth implants implanted into their face after they get their teeth shaved down to little disgusting nubs  all in the name of aesthetics,  right? You know, there's like 80 year olds, 85 year olds, 90 year olds out there who need veneers and that makes perfect sense to me, right? If you don't have teeth, you need to eat. You don't want dentures. You don't want to deal with that. That's okay. Get veneers.  But if you're young and you're healthy,  the hell are you doing? Why in the world would you take something that God gave you, beautiful teeth in your mouth, maybe not so beautiful, but much better than shaving down your teeth  with a file, and then having some dude in Miami shove porcelain into your mouth  like it's not an actual living part of your body.  Your teeth are so much more important to your body than modern medicine, western medicine wants you to believe. And that's what we're going to talk about today. So the very first article that we're going to take a look at  is going to come from Indy 100. One of my favorite new news articles that sources a ton of different articles from all over the world for you. And, uh, Pretty good stuff. So there's a video coming out of the New York Post and this TikTok video that this woman had posted, but let me just show you what we're talking about here. Okay, when we talk about them shaving down your teeth,  this is what we're talking about. Okay,  here we go.  If you're looking at my screen right now,  you will see a woman.  That looks just like Gollum from Lord of the Rings. I have to get this up here for you. There it is. Oh my God. That's terrifying.  How horrific. And to do this to yourself for just aesthetics, like I can get plastic surgery, do your thing, I don't care. It's not my body,  but. Like there was absolutely nothing wrong with this woman's face. Absolutely nothing wrong with her teeth, but she was convinced by society that she had to whittle down her teeth from what they were to turn them into this horrific Frankenstein science experiment, because that's what celebrities do.  So let's go ahead and watch this video. This woman's talking about her veneers and why she decided to do this and all of the terrible things that happened to her sense  here.  Here we go.  I know that I look crazy and it's so embarrassing to come crying on the internet,  but this stuff that I have been dealing with for two years  because of my freaking teeth  is like I don't even know what to do anymore and like the only place I can really go to  is my platforms.  As everybody pretty much knows,  two years ago  I Had, um, dental work done, I smelled Dental Center 32 in Miami and it ruined my life.  Like literally ruined my life  and I'm still dealing with it to this day and  I just left another doctor, another TMJ doctor. This is the third or fourth one that I've gone to  and  I'm just very overwhelmed. Like,  The medical industry, the dental industry in America is like, they literally do not care about what you are going through. Like, everything is about money for them.  And like, I understand like, people have to get paid. But it's like,  the fact that like, I can't,  I can't do anything.  Like, I can't use insurance. I can't do anything. I've already spent 80, 000 pretty much on this whole situation in two years. And I go to another TMJ doctor because I have severe TMJ now because of the veneers that Smile Dental Center did. They, they, they lost my bite. I have severe TMJ. I got my T3 done. It, it didn't fix it.  That was another 30, 000.  It's just like,  I just had an appointment and like, you know, they're telling me like, okay, we could do this, we could do this, and it, you know, it could, it could be a big money pit and, you know, it could be, you know, another 80k and, you know, might not work. Like,  I spent so much money with so many doctors just praying that something works for me.  And nothing works. Nothing ever works.  I don't know what to do anymore. Like, I can't even sue  the freaking dentist. Every, every time I come on here telling my story about what happened, which is a crazy ass story.  I'm like, just sue. Why don't you sue? If I could sue, that would be the first thing I'm, I'm doing. But I can't do that. I can't do that. It's, it's not possible. Like,  can't sue for my sensory issues. My sensory issues are unknown. Every time I go to the doctor.   So let's talk about this real quick. And it's easy to look at this person and say, You're vain. You shouldn't have done that. Your body was perfectly fine. You know, it's easy to laugh at this person and go, You know, play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Right?  But let's, let's put our empathetic hat on. Let's pretend this is your wife. Let's pretend this is your daughter. Let's pretend this And I don't know what she looked like before before she got this done. So let's pretend that maybe she had some little bit of messed up teeth. And you're in Miami. And if you ever been to Miami, like literally 10 percent of the people 20 percent of the people that are there, if they have money, they have these fake veneers.  And so  this woman,  With our empathetic cats on your wife, your daughter is convinced that she would be more beautiful, that people would accept her more, that she would have more friends, that she would seem cooler. Like she would look like, you know, one of those supermodels that she watches on Instagram all day in Miami. And like  to have society convince you  that you need to be anything other than what you were  then to go somewhere that  convinces you that you need to pay them 80, 000 and they'll make you better.  Then to have all your, your teeth essentially whittled down to nubs, this porcelain shoved into your mouth, which is too big for your mouth. You've ever seen people that, that get these done. It's way too big for their mouth. A lot of times they don't look natural. They don't look normal. A lot of times. And when you get that done that way,  And it's not the natural way that your teeth were supposed to sit that your body had gotten used to for, I don't know, in this woman's case, 25, 30 years, maybe  your jaw alignment, your, your teeth all  are meant to be the way that they were.  And so  when she's talking about TMJ,  she's talking about the misalignment of her jaw, causing consistent pain.  throughout the day, causing migraines, causing all these things. I've had TMJ in the past and it's, it's a terrible thing to deal with. And it makes your jaw click and you can't open your mouth as wide. It's, it's not fun at all. And to have it caused by somebody who told you they were going to make you better, that you spent your own money on to have them do it. And then as a result, to have this happen is just, I can't imagine. So keep your empathetic head on while you're watching this and, and maybe. Yeah, maybe it's,  you could roast her a little bit, but right. It's still, it's a terrible situation to find yourself in. So let's finish this out.  After they've never heard of it  and you can't prove that they gave you these issues because there's no way to diagnose it specifically. Like it's just a whole thing.  They offered to give me my money back within the first year. And I told them no, so that I could bring awareness because like,  People are just like, you know, out there getting veneers and whatever the case may be, like, my life is literally ruined because I got my teeth redone. Like, I'm not even joking, like, my, I'm constantly in pain. I can't even close my mouth properly after a retainer every single day. 24 7 pretty much to even close my mouth comfortably. No bite adjustments can fix it. Nothing. I've done a hundred bite adjustments. I've gone to 10 different dentists, four different TMJ doctors. I've done integrative medicine. I've done acupuncture. I've done everything you could possible. I've done hypnosis. I've literally done everything you could possibly do to try to fix these issues. I've been called crazy by my primary care doctor at Kaiser. They told me to therapist. Because I'm wondering what I'm going through  At this point like I just don't know what to do. I'm in severe pain I've gotten freaking acid or Botox twice my fucking face is slim the fuck out Like I look crazy as fuck because I'm in pain 24 7 I Guess my only thing is just don't get fucking veneers and  know that like Something like this can ruin your life like literally and Quite frankly, I'm not giving nobody else 80 fucking bands. Like no, I'm not doing it. Like the fact that these people are so like,  just everything is so money driven. And then like, I understand, but it's like, this shit is like really medical for me. Like why does nobody care  about people?   And so that video had 9 million views. Let's see how many it has now.  Not sure  where to see that on the web app.  But it has 100 or 864, 000 likes.  Let's see what the number one comment is. Veneers and LASIK I'll never do because of the horror stories I have heard.  Somebody said, babe, could it be a trigeminal neuralgia? Basically, the veneers hit the specific nerve.  Interesting.  Veneers are so extreme. I don't know why people have to do it. Try braces or composites when the tooth was hurting. I wanted to walk off the little planet. Yeah, so that's the terrible thing about this is she hasn't even begun to see the real effects of this.  Hasn't begun to see the real effects because the only thing she's dealing with right now is TMJ.  And she probably gets headaches or migraines as a result of the TMJ or even that trigeminal neuralgia, which is, can cause, you know, essentially what they call like these terrible, horrific, uh, types of migraines. And so  she's not even beginning to see the effects of this because what we're about to listen to is the fact that your teeth are tied to the nerves in your body and those nerves  have connections. throughout your entire body. And this isn't something that's like mainstream accepted within modern medicine dentistry within the United States of America, but it is in many, many, many other countries. And so that's what we're about to watch this next clip on, which explains how these types of like each individual one of your  teeth has a specific nerve that it's tied to that affects other parts of your body that causes issues within your body as a whole, whether it's, uh, things like, um,  I don't know, talking about high blood pressure, talking about your, your obesity, talking about all of these different health effects. And we'll actually pull up the map here in a minute and look at it, but let's go ahead and watch this video. It talks about the meridian, uh, essentially the meridian lines in your body and the connection to your teeth and all of the terrible things that can happen from doing something like what we just talked about. And this is coming from  the ultimate human podcast.  Here we go.  Doing the most harm out of any medical profession. It's like, here you go, opiates. What is biologic dentistry? Because it absolutely blew my mind. Each tooth is alive. It's a living organ. Any disease in the mouth can correlate to the rest of the body. You're taking a look at the whole body, not just the oral cavity. We can help people live a lot longer. How quickly can we help a patient heal? We're getting them off of meds. That's a passion of mine. If you're having symptoms, question it.  Hey guys, welcome back to the ultimate human podcast. I'm your host, human biologist, Gary.   Wait, what was I doing? And then you seek out the world's best doctors are knowledgeable in this and it's stuff that's been, it's out there. The literature is out there. The science is out there, but it's, do you believe in it? Do you want to take that step and actually go that road? And it's very hard to talk to all the dentists and all the colleagues like, Hey, there's something else out there. You know, we can actually be causing harm. It's like, do no harm is our first, the Hippocratic oath, right? It's do no harm. But it's actually, when you look at it, we're actually doing dentistry is doing the most harm out of any. Medical profession now leading  dead tissue in the body. Yeah I mean, you just got to wrap your arms around that there's actually dead tissue in the body And it doesn't have a blood supply and what a bacteria like they like dark moist oxygen deprived places anaerobic bacteria That's immune system can't get to and I want to talk specifically about a study that that was just Published in, in July of 2023. So this is only about three months old. It was published in the  journal of microorganisms, but it was a longitudinal study that investigated the association between periodontal disease. and neuroinflammatory disorders. And neuroinflammatory disorders are Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, dementia, all kinds of conditions in the body that are related to inflammation that eventually begins to affect nerves. And we don't correlate dental hygiene or, you know, dental pathologies to Parkinson's, to early onset Alzheimer's, or dementia. And even before these conditions exist, we Memory and cognitive decline, um, exhaustion, fatigue, weight gain, water retention. And what I found really fascinating was that out of the 24 studies they examined, 20 of them  showed a positive correlation between periodontal disease and neurodegenerative disorders with the studies focusing on cognitive function. Demonstrating the most robust effect.  Yes.  So these are all the things that are robbing people of their short term recall, their cognitive function, their waking energy, that they may be chalking up to a consequence of aging, that may actually be a consequence of something going on in their jaw from dental work that they've had done that they've left unaddressed. Correct. And one of those bacteria there, the Treponema  Yes, the Treponema denticola. Yeah, that's me. Sorry, it's one of the five bacterias. Let's just keep it simple. Yeah, one of the five bacterias. That's, that's known for beta amyloid. Producing beta amyloid, which we know is for Alzheimer's. Right. So when it all starts here, if we can actually control it, and it sometimes goes more in depth than doing a, Regular cleaning, sometimes we have to use lasers, sometimes we use ozone gas, sometimes we'll put some medication in the pockets, what we call the periodontal pockets. Right. But if we can cure that, doesn't mean like every tooth needs to come out, right, but if we can hold on to the teeth and we have ways much better than ever before, much better than when I graduated dental school. When you say  keep, to keep your  teeth. Keep the teeth, yeah, we graduated, I graduated in 2009. Keep  your  teeth. How  simple  is that? Keep your teeth, right? And so we'll look at this, this, uh, article. We'll pull it up here. This is  Dr. Rose. com R O Z E and talks about the Chinese Meridian Theory. And so let's talk about that. I was hoping to find it within that video, but I think that was a good point enough is that the health of your body, your cognitive decline, your obesity. High blood pressure, arthritis, all of these things could very well be tied to the dental work that you're getting done by modern dentistry.  Because when you're pulling teeth, or even worse, whittling them down to nothing, only to be replacing them with exterior material that isn't meant to be implanted in your body,  something's going to go wrong.  And so here's a clip about Meridian.  Dentistry or meridian belief system or theory, and let's watch that. Each  tooth is a key. The key is press, and it causes a motion to strike a note, which creates a vibration and a sound. Each key produces a different sound, just like the relationship between the keys and the notes. Our tifa connected by nerves to our brain. These nerves and nerve impulses send messages to specific parts of the body. What does this all mean to you? Well, if you have a bad tooth, the energy flows through the meridian belonging to that tooth, and this flow can affect the health of all the organs on that meridian. For example, tooth number 14, the first molar, is on the same meridian with the kidneys, liver, spleen, stomach and breast. So if this tooth has a problem, it may affect the energy flow through the meridian, and the health of those organs may be affected as well. Your mouth is connected to specific organs in the body. This is something that practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine have known for thousands of years.  The human body is really quite amazing when we listen to its messages.  Sir William Osler, a founding father of modern medicine, said the mouth is the mirror to the body. A vital relationship exists between your teeth and your organs.  Use our bio dental chart available from dr rose. com to see the relationship of your teeth and the rest of your body.  Right, so that's the idea. And when you think about that, and you go, Oh, you know, you hear about traditional Chinese medicine, meridian lines have been a debated topic in modern medicine up until about I think is about two one, one or two years ago, where they actually found the interconnection within the body of these like nerves that are all connected. And so When you look at the traditional Chinese medicine, think of acupuncture, acupuncture utilizes the meridian lines in your body to help, uh, you know, unblock the, the energy flow, the, the nerves connections and the firing of your nerves within your body that, that all speak to each other.  And so  this is, this is how it explains it says in traditional Chinese medicine, meridians are channels that form a network in the body through. Which qi, or qi, I assume, uh, vital energy flows. A blocky Causes pain and illness the flow is restored by using pressure needles suction or heat at hundreds of specific points along The meridians, right? You talk about acupuncture The meridian tooth chart is based on acupuncture meridians pathways of energy that span across interrelated body parts glands and tissues and you have to remember What did she? Say what are the comments say they're like when you have people having terrible horrific what they call like Suicide migraines or that trigeminal neuralgia that she talked about  Acupuncture is one of the only things  My wife actually dealt with that during one of her pregnancies, where she had what we thought was either trigeminal neuralgia, some sort of horrific like, um,  um, like clot in her brain or something. It was horrific, horrific headaches, unlike you could ever imagine in your whole life. And the only thing that helped my wife, The only thing that subsided the pain. We went to the hospital over it multiple times. They literally did nothing for us. Kicked us out with an 8, 000 bill.  The only thing that helped her.  And up until very recently, and even today, right now, the traditional acupuncture is not an accepted form of, of Western medicine. They don't, they don't agree that it's, it's works, but it works. People all over the country get acupuncture done. It's literally the Only thing that she did that helped her with her migraines. Why? Because it has to do with the nerves. It has to do with the meridian lines. It has to do with that flow of that, that firing of, of the nerves, that flow of energy throughout your body. We are electrical beings, your thoughts, your movements, everything that's happening inside of your body is an electrical pulse within these, the, the firing of these nerve endings. And so it makes sense that if you.  use the body to its advantage and understand that rather than trying to impose your will upon it with metal,  uh, you know, types of tools and  medications and pharmaceutical drugs and injections and all of these things that the modern Western medicine tries to impose its will upon the body rather than trying to allow the body to do what it needs to do to correct itself. That is the huge difference between modern medicine. medicine in traditional medicine, holistic medicine.  So it goes on to say the meridian tooth chart is based on acupuncture meridians, pathways of energy that span across interrelated body parts, glands and tissues. Each tooth is associated with a particular meridian through which energy flows.  And so  when you look at this chart here, make sure you're,   So when you look at this chart here and you zoom in on it and  take a look and if this is a chart that you want, I can send you over the link, just go to my Instagram. I'll have a post about this and you can just comment, uh, and I'll DM you it, but it basically outlines all of the teeth and, and what their attachment is to which part of your body and what can result from not Dealing with those issues correctly for that specific tooth. And so it goes through a whole long list of things from migraines and epilepsy from the, so if, so first, I guess it shows the tooth or teeth that are associated with it, then the part of the body. So things like your stomach and spleen, your lungs, your liver, your gallbladder, your bladder, your  lungs and large intestines, stomach, heart, small intestines, um, all of these different parts of your body.  are associated with a different tooth or a different meridian line.  Again, same thing that they deal with with acupuncture. And so the things that this can result from is migraines and epilepsy, rheumatism, migraines, focus issues, sterility and impotence. So even your, even your  Fertility can be affected by your teeth,  um, focus, right? And so each one of these different zones of your mouth can have different negative effects on your body. It says if a weakness of in a particular system or organ exists, the condition of the tooth associated with that area could exacerbate the problem working with our Meridian tooth chart makes us able to assess patients, general state of health and wellness, simply through a review of the oral environment. Each tooth is associated with a particular Meridian through which energy. Flows.  Very interesting. It says the mouth is the mirror to your body. Energy flows through the body along lines known as meridians. These lines associated with specific tissues, organs, and teeth. Health problems manifesting in the tooth may be related to conditions of the associated meridian.  Interesting because this is a specific doctor that kind of specializes in this stuff. And again, it's D R R O Z E dot.  Now, the funny thing about this is I found this article today,  which says there is now a drug to regrow teeth, which has been approved for human trials.  So, on the back of that, maybe you don't need to get all of your teeth pulled and get veneers. Maybe you just need this other pharmaceutical drug and that will solve all your issues, of course. And there'll be no side effects, just like everything else. Um, so it says, scientists are gearing up for human tricks.  Not tricks, trials. Human trials, which makes way more sense than tricks. Human tricks. For a groundbreaking, truth growing science. A tooth growing drug with hopes to offer those suffering from tooth loss a revolutionary alternative. Molecular biologist and dentist Katsu, uh, Takashi  developed the first of its kind drug by deactivating the uterine sensation associated gene, the UTI. One, protein, which is known to stop tooth growth. He has been working on tooth regeneration for almost 20 years. We want to do something to help those who are suffering from tooth loss or absence.  While there has been no treatment to date providing a permanent cure, we feel that people's expectations for tooth growth are high.  By stopping USAG 1 from interacting with other proteins, the drug prompts bone morphogenetic protein, BMP, signaling and encourages the growth of new bone and teeth. The researchers noted  that mice and ferrets share the same USAG 1 properties as humans. The animals happen to grow new teeth from the drug. So my concern would be that if you're growing new teeth and growing new bones, how does your body know which  to grow when and how long? Right, like if you hope to grow one tooth back, are you going to, you know, make yourself taller?  Like, are you going to make your fingers grow long, too long, and you're going to look like Edward Scissorfingers? Um, the USAG 1 protein has a high amino acid homology of 97 percent between different animal species, including humans, mice, and eagles? Wow, that's very specific.  Beagles.  Um, is that what they're doing the studies on? Oh, that's horrible. If you go back and listen. Remember what Fauci was doing to dogs? That nobody's bringing up again? Like, the horrific trials that Fauci was involved with? And I'm pretty sure it was all specifically beagles. Where they would  essentially put them in a cage where they couldn't escape and then put thousands of bugs in there that would essentially eat them alive?  And meanwhile, I'm sure he's just living it up on a yacht somewhere after getting roasted by the Senate this week.  Anyways, just a side tangent, human trials are set to start in September 2024 at Kyoto University Hospital in Japan, using 30 male participants between the ages of 30 and 64 who are missing at least one molar. The next phase will look at children who suffer from congenital tooth deficiency.  Then, researchers will explore other  Generations who have lost a tooth due to environmental factors have proven successful the drug could become widely available as soon as 2030. The promising development in dentistry has the potential to revolutionize the way the treatment of tooth loss and provide solutions for people across the globe. So, if this lady, this girl, this woman, maybe just waited a few years,  I don't think that was her problem. The problem was vanity and living in Miami around a bunch of vain people.  People, but anyways, interesting, very interesting.  Now, the next thing we're going to talk about here, which I found to be a pretty wild scenario is that there was a dad. Dad went on stage and punched a comedian  over his sexualized joke about his baby son. Now, from what I saw, this wasn't onstage joke. This was like on Twitter,  uh,  prior to this. But let me read 'cause maybe I'm wrong, I didn't read this article yet. It says, footage of a dad punching a comedian's mid, uh, comedian Midat after he allegedly made a sexualized joke about his three-year-old son has gone viral. Spanish comedian Jamie. Caravaca was performing a standup comedy show in Madrid on Monday evening when a man unexpectedly gets on stage. Dad, Alberto Pugalito, punched Caravaca  in the head while shouting in Spanish. This is for the pedophile comment he made about my son. Will you repeat now what you said about my son? Pugalito continued while calling the comedian a piece of shit.  Say it. Say it again to my face, he said, enraged. Here, now, say it to my face. Yeah, I'm pretty sure this happened, like, on Twitter, and then he went to his show and started, and, like, punched him on stage and then smacked him in the face. It says,  Three month old son. The dad hit Caravaca one more time before leaving the stage.  Says comedian makes jokes at art. So here's the video. Let's go ahead and watch it. It's in Spanish. So I'll, I'll translate for you. In which case, don't listen to me translating and listen to the Spanish.  It says, who are you?  What's up? It  says, this is for, this is for my Alright, let's just start the whole thing with this. So loud. He  said, who are you? Huh? Oh shit.  What's up, huh? He smacks him. What have you said?  This is  for the pedophile account. Huh? Huh? Will you repeat now what you said about my son?  Huh? Piece of shit. Now what?  What were you saying about a black cock in my son's second cock at  three months  old? Huh? Piece of shit?  Huh? Now what? Say it. Say it again to my  face. Here. Now. Say it to my face.  He said, I'm sorry. He turns around. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm asking you all for forgiveness. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I'm just a dad that defends his kids. He has made sectionalizing comments about my three month old son. And that has it's consequences. He says, can we talk to you? He says, no, you can go. He calls him a clown. He's a weird  dad. I don't believe in that so much. And this next bit is how I would crack your fucking skull. And then he says, let's leave.  Good.  Finally, justice is served for somebody who's talking shit online, who in no way shape or form would ever back it up or say the same thing in person. So this man, this father gets his, in a Twitter argument with some comedian online.  The comedian then tells him something about his son sucking black cock. Excuse my vulgarity.  And his son's three months old. So this man drives to his comedy show, goes up on stage, punches him, and then smacks him in the face while ridiculing him in front of his entire crowd.  That deserves a standing ovation, and I'm sure it was much more entertaining than whatever bullshit comedy this clown, as he would describe it, was going to actually do during his show.  Alright, so, good. Good. More people getting to get smacked. Hundred percent. More people getting to get smacked for the stuff they say online. Good. For sure. 100%.  If you are willing to say something to somebody online, you should understand that that is a real person, potentially, depending on if they're a bot or not, but majority of the time, they're a real person  who  you could see out there and you would never repeat yourself to them in public. Right, just the same way that when you're driving a car, you would never treat people the same way as you treat them when you're driving. Because it's like removed, you remove yourself from the human aspect. It's not a situation we were supposed to find ourselves in biologically. Is that you're going 85 miles an hour with a metal, you know, 3, 5, 8, 000 pound  vehicle representing you.  Not supposed to be that way. Just the same way. It's not supposed to be you're on a  looking, staring at a piece of glass, somehow  communicating with some person across the globe, or maybe even five minutes down the road, but you don't know it in that part, you would say some crazy stuff to that person, but in this situation,  he got what he deserved.  So  let's see if there was any updates on this. Nope.  Clarified the transcription. Cool. So just wanted to point it out. I think this, that's a real dad right there. That's a real man who shows up there, says, say it to my face, say it to my face, smacks him just like he deserved and then leaves. Respectfully looks at the audience, apologizes and says, but I needed to do this for my
#105 - Bryanna Robinson: Ancient Innovations, NASA's Deceptions & The Death of Consciousness
May 15 2024
#105 - Bryanna Robinson: Ancient Innovations, NASA's Deceptions & The Death of Consciousness
Protect yourself from the perils of modern technology with high-quality faraday products designed and developed by yours truly by going to RONINBASICS.com today. Welcome to The Adam's Archive, where curiosity meets deep discussion. Austin Adams is the host of this podcast, which dissects the myths, ideas, and realities that have shaped our world. From historical insights to futuristic forecasts, each episode invites you to question what you know and discover what you don’t. In this episode, I interview Bryanna Robinson, a dynamic social and political commentator with a sharp intellect and a passion for uncovering hidden truths. In this episode, we dive into the mysterious world of ancient technologies lost to time, challenge the official narratives from NASA, and discuss the profound implications of the decline in human consciousness.  Join us as we unravel the complex web of history and science, offering listeners a unique perspective on how our understanding of technology and consciousness shapes our reality. Summary of Topics Innovative Thinkers: Dive into the minds that have shaped our technological landscape. From Tesla's forgotten inventions to the ethical dilemmas posed by AI, we explore how genius shapes our world.Art and Culture: Witness the transformation of art and culture through technology. Discuss the decline of traditional art forms and the rise of digital media, questioning what these changes mean for future generations.Conspiracy Theories: From moon landing skepticism to the secretive societies like the Freemasons, unravel the threads of doubt and secrecy that suggest a different narrative of history.Societal Changes: Examine how shifts like remote work and urban decay influence societal structures and what it means for communal living in the future.Technology and Privacy: Delve into the dark side of tech advancements, including the loss of privacy and the ethical challenges posed by emerging technologies. If you're intrigued by the unknown and passionate about uncovering the deeper truths of our era, subscribe to Adam's Archive on platforms like YouTube, Substack, and your favorite social media channels. Your engagement fuels our journey into the mysteries and marvels of our world. Thank you for your support and curiosity! All the links: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams.   ----more---- Full Transcription Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today on today's episode. I have a discussion with Brianna Robinson. Now, Brianna is a social and political commentator, just like myself. And she has tons of great contents, tons of great insight into plenty of different topics, including the moon landing government operations and conspiracies, historical events, really great. Really interesting stuff. So Brianna and I have a great conversation today. We jump into a ton of different topics, everything from the lost technology of Nikola Tesla and, and the utilization of modern energy and, and the death of language, the death of art, we talk about, uh, the, the moon landing and she gives some great, great insight and points into, and we have a discussion about the Freemasons, the Rosicrucians, which was a cult essentially within the Freemasons that was founded by Sir Francis Bacon. And Sir Francis Bacon has a ton of deep dive rabbit holes that you can go into very, very interesting that we talk about every single one of those things and more today. So make sure you stick around to the end and. Go give her, Brianna, a follow. You can find her on Instagram at Brianna, B R Y A N N A, B R Y A N N A, xRobinson, R O B I N S O N. So go give her a follow. I hope you enjoyed the discussion as much as I did. It was an absolutely great conversation. And, without further ado, well, wanna do, Which is that leave a five star review, subscribe, and here's what I would ask of you. Something that you may not know about podcasts is the really the only way social media, no matter how many millions of views my content gets, very, very little moves the needle when it comes to podcast viewership. So what I would ask of you is if you enjoy this conversation today, send it to somebody, you know, tell them, Hey, did you know this about Sir Francis Bacon? It's crazy. Have you ever heard about the, the. Van Allen radiation belt. Have you just send it out to a couple of people and share the conversation because it was a great one. It was an absolutely phenomenal conversation. And I know you, and I know a bunch of people that, you know, we'll enjoy it as well. So please, please, if you enjoy the conversation, share it with some family, share it with some friends, talk about it with your coworkers and give them the link. All right. Now subscribe, leave a five star review and let's jump right in. Into it. The Atoms Archive  I was sitting in an hour of traffic. 📍 So. Oh, geez. Yeah, that's that. That's that California traffic. That's a little different, huh? Yeah. You probably didn't have that where you were before. Where were you before? Waco. Waco. Wow. That's an interesting one. Well, I grew up in California, so I'm back home. I was only in Waco for three years. Got it. Yes. All town vibes for sure. Yeah. A hundred percent. How is that? Like, is there any discussions about the Waco situation in general there? Is there like whispers of it still? Is it still kind of linger? Yes.  People don't really talk about it. Like Waco's moved on. If anything, they talk about.  So I was talking to a local at the site and he was talking about how the Clintons were involved and how Clinton, Bill Clinton, actually gave the kill order, when they burned down the compound and killed everyone. And he was telling us all about how Clinton and Bush would go to this house that was like just a couple of miles away. And I verified this, by the way, on the maps, he said it was covered in pine trees, like dense pine trees all around the house, kind of weird. So you couldn't see in and they would go there and engage in Epstein style activities. Apparently, David Koresh got caught with a bunch of CSAM, which is child pornography in the basement. Of his compound. So I have a feeling David Koresh was kind of in on or at least knew about what they were doing. And so there was a point of contention there. And so this guy was telling us that and I can't, I can't verify his story.  Obviously, I can only tell you what he said, but he was saying that That Clinton was involved in what the ATF was doing how they came in and were shooting up the compound And he gave the kill order from the water tower down the street, which you can still see yeah, just crazy crazy story  Wild so david koresh was the individual that was kind of the head of the the situation over there in in the house that they were in and so So the idea there would be that they kind of had a some sort of High level safe house over there that they were doing, like you said, Epstein style activities, and was David Koresh potentially in the know? Is that why the idea is that Clinton sent the order? I mean, if CSAM was found in his basement, I would think that he probably was part of that operation at some level, or at least knew what was going on because Clinton and Bush obviously knew who he was. Bush has a ranch in Clifton, which is probably like 20 minutes outside of Waco. I don't know. So he comes to town often and Waco was actually supposed to be the Freemasonry capital of Texas. So they have like a huge temple there and another local was telling me that apparently there's tunnels from like Baylor and like all through downtown and stuff. I don't know if that's true or not, but there's definitely some weird stuff going on in Waco.  Yeah, absolutely. The Freemason one's a really interesting one.  So I like, I would say my gateway drug into conspiracies. So when I, when I went into college, I took, I was in just a normal history class. It was like American history, a certain time period to a certain time. Here was like some, some time period to 1987 or something like right around the founding father's time period. And when I was reading through the books, the textbooks that they had. They mentioned the Freemasons maybe like two to three times. So when I had to write my final paper for the class, I decided to write it on the Freemasons.  And so I did, I did like the, I have like 25 page papers somewhere on the internet, somewhere that I wrote about the Founding Fathers and the Freemasonries that were actually so there's this whole crazy situation that brought me down a rabbit hole with Sir Francis Bacon And the idea that he was one of the have you ever heard that idea? Do you know who Sir Francis Bacon is?  I've heard the name you have to remind me  So there's some really interesting situations around Sir Francis Bacon.  Sir Francis Bacon has a. Rap sheet of conspiracy theories behind his name. So he was actually the found, the founder of the Cru. The Cruin is like a, they, there's a, a, a book that was basically written called the My Chemical Wedding. And the idea is that it was basically this kind of cultish situation, even within the Freemasonries and Sir Francis Bacon is, if you follow the founding of the country, there's like little seeds that have been planted that all allude and point back to Sir Francis Bacon.  He's a crazy character. Some people believe that Sir Francis Bacon because William Shakespeare was like a pen name. Some people believe, based on the, the idea of who they thought, like, who Shakespeare was, that the person behind his writings, the person behind the plays, because Shakespeare, as they knew him, was not nearly as educated to write the plays that he wrote, to, to have the style of writing that he wrote. So some people believe Sir Francis Bacon was behind the, The, the constitution, he was behind the William Shakespeare and that he was actually the, the head of the King James version of the Bible. It's  the one of the wild, so I started on Freemasonry, which is crazy in and of itself to realize it's some 75, 85 percent of people who, who signed the, the constitution were Freemasons. Yeah, but when I took that road, I found this name, Sir Francis Bacon. And then I read my chemical wedding of the Rosicrucians, which was a kind of like subculture, weird, esoteric cult within the Freemasons that he founded. And then that took me down that whole rabbit hole. So he, this one man, People believe could have been responsible for all of these different things based on his background. It's, it's one of the wildest, coolest, craziest conspiracies that you can go down and it's, it's absolutely unbelievable, but that, that was like the, the, like I said, the gateway drug, the marijuana of my, of my conspiracy journey was, was the Freemasons. Down to Sir Francis Bacon and I somewhere on my iCloud, I still have the chemical wedding PDF file of the book. I'll have to send it to you. It's pretty well.  Yeah, I'm gonna have to look into him. What an interesting character.  Yeah, it's it's crazy. And so there's all of these different things that like some people believe the He was like formally trained under the queen, like the queen had determined that she in some way, shape or form came into contact with him at a younger age. And she basically like brought her under her wing and gave him all of these mentors and all of these linguists and all of these like mentors and like raised him up from a very, very young because she saw something in him. And eventually he Did all the things that I just talked about, allegedly when you talk about so, so, and there's even some theories when it comes to the King James version of the Bible, that, and there's actually some very interesting comparisons between the Rosicrucian belief system, which is actually in completely intertwined with the Freemasonries. Really, really interesting stuff. So yeah, that's, that was my gateway drug. What, what was your gateway drug into conspiracy theories? What was the very, very first one that was like, damn, this all might be true.  You know, when I was like 10 or 11, my dad made me watch food, Inc. Man, have you seen that one? No.  Okay. Well, it's all about our food system and it goes into like, Monsanto is trying to monopolize the food industry, the farming industry and Oprah's connection to it and all of that. So that was like my introduction to the world is not what it seems. And I remember being so like spooked after watching it cause I was a child. And so I guess from then on you kind of see the world differently and you kind of question things and then as I got into high school and in college, I was listening to like Charlie Kirk and Steven Crowder, Candace Owens and just kind of keeping my, my ears open to all of that, but my dad had always been like a hardcore, like Alex Jones fan. So he would ask. Like in the garage and I'd kind of hear it, you know, throughout the day and stuff, but it definitely started with food ink when I was really young.  Interesting. So, so it's, it's so funny how it's like, you know, I just went like super deep all the way and then it's like seed oils and there's so many different ways to find you in this. And the funny thing about that is there's an interesting. Like if there's a Venn diagram of political ideologies in somewhere on the very big portion of the conservative or right or right of center, let's say, there's a big cross section between the people that were deemed for so long to be conspiracy theorists. And I hate even using that term. if you understand the background of it was completely utilized as a way to, to delegitimize opinions that were obviously legitimate as we've seen over the last, I don't know, three years or four years as everything's coming out from COVID and everything. But it's, I don't understand why, because if you go back, let's say 20, 30, 40 years, 50 years, even back down to the seventies, the conspiracy theorists were always the hippies, right? Like the dirty hippies, the guy on the corner with the cardboard. Box signs saying like the, the, they're all, you know, the, the, the government's after you or whatever it was, the world's coming to an end. Like the, the, the OG conspiracy theorist was always like a, some dirty hippie. And then, and then you go back and you actually look at the ideologies of the hippies. Back in the seventies and, and the movements that were happening, the anti war movement, the anti federal reserve movements, and every, even to this day, people think of hippies and like this negative weird light, which was totally a great psi op by the propaganda machine of the seventies. But. It seems like there's been this huge pendulum swing from like the dirty hippies of the seventies, quote, unquote, to the conservative movement that's normally like suit and ties. And, you know, there's the Venn diagram is totally shifted from one side to the other.  Yeah, absolutely. And you see it a lot here in California, people are so health conscious in Southern California. You have a lot of those like classical liberals who are more like socially liberal, but they're very like. They're very hippie and they're very like in tune to like what's going on with the food and stuff. And for a lot of them, the food is the gateway drug that gets them into politics and gets them to stop voting Democrat.  And you go back and like the food, you go all the way back to the food pyramid. You want to talk about the deepest of middle school conspiracies. I remember being in health class and them teaching us the food pyramid. And at the very bottom of the food pyramid was potatoes and bread. And at the very top was meat. They were trying to convince you. It was like the, even the same way that they still try to convince you, they have cereal for breakfast. It's like the, the, the, the big industry that is behind the Kellogg's, the, the craft, the, you know, the, the, you know, which all the way goes back to maybe like three or four major organizations, right? You talk about BlackRock Vanguard that owns every single one of them. Like they own every single other thing in the world, essentially. But you look back and you look at the amount of money that was pushed to pedal the idea that Egg yolk was bad for you, cholesterol was the devil, and that you should be eating frosted flakes for breakfast. It's absolutely crazy, right? There was, there was in the textbook, it was in our textbooks growing up. The food pyramid was the biggest, like the lobby gateway. Yeah. So like get people that that's it's yeah. They brainwashed an entire, I think two generations now with that nonsense.  For sure. And so I saw something today that I actually reposted. There's Matt Kim. You know who Matt Kim is? Brilliant. Love, love his style because it's very just like, I, I tend to be very animated. That's just my personality. And most people that get online and talk are, but he's very just calm, cool, and collected,  super simple, a  hundred percent. He does a great job, but he posted something today and it showed that. Jeff Bezos grandfather was actually a part of DARPA. And so DARPA being the, the government organization that was responsible for creating the internet. And for some reason, when I think of all of the Silicon Valley elites, the Mark Zuckerberg's, the, you know, fill in the blank, the Jack Dorsey's, the Google, whoever that guy is somewhere in a mansion, whenever you think of those people, I always think of. There was something that there always seemed to be some sort of tie back to like big money, right? Everybody wants to say all these Silicon Valley executives. They were at one point some 18 year old innocent guy in the garage with their best friend. And and everybody wants you to think it was like the Pulled themselves up by their bootstraps. They left Stanford. They created the biggest organization in the entire world. But when you look at it and you see that almost all of them got venture capital backed money. They got they got investment funds from from the largest VC organizations in the world and you realize that the same way and this was something I always thought. The reason I bring them up is because I always thought Jeff Bezos was like the safe one. I was like, Oh, he was the one that grinded it out. He started with books. I don't know if you remember. Do you remember when Amazon was just books? Was it?  You don't. Oh my God. We're going to, we're going to learn you today. I might've heard about Amazon. I was like a child and someone got me a gift card and I was like, what is this? Okay. So I'll give you, I'll give you a lesson here. So Amazon was originally only books. The only thing that you could buy on Amazon was a book because you always had to go into Barnes and Noble or I don't even remember the name. Barnes and Noble and. Borders was the other one here in California. Borders. That's what it was. Borders and Barnes and Noble. And you had to go in and buy books. And so what Jeff Bezos did, was he created an online platform that you could just buy books from other people. And it was it was basically just a, essentially where you could go look up your book that you wanted.  Somebody else would post it and then you would buy it off of them or you would buy it from the bookstore. Eventually that that's what it ended up turning into. But am or Amazon was just books for the, like probably its first five years or so. And I only know this because my aunt was like the biggest, Book nerd, growing up. And so she, I just remember her raving about it. And she thought it was the coolest thing. I don't even have to go in and buy books. But it started as only books. That was the only thing that you could buy on Amazon. And what he did is he utilized that as a way to build a, a Because the only thing like Amazon is Amazon, Amazon doesn't sell anything. Amazon is just a logistics company, right? They're just warehouses and trucks that take things from point A to point B. And, but it all started with books. And so I had this idea in my head and we'll get back to the DARPA internet conspiracy here in just a second. But I had this idea in my head that Jeff Bezos was like, you know, the one who really did it right. And it wasn't the Mark Zuckerberg who got this big VC funding from Silicon Valley dropped out of. Stanford or Harvard or wherever he's from, you know, and he, and he made it right. He was the billionaire who like did it the right way. And I saw that today and it like blew my mind a little bit because every single one of the tech CEOs that you know Got millions, like tens of hundreds of millions of dollars of backing from big money, but they want to give you this idea, you know, being entrepreneurial myself, I've had like several businesses throughout my life and I enjoy coming up with an idea and creating it. And you have this idea in America that you're just going to create a billion dollar business. But in the same way that you have to get through the gatekeepers when you go to Hollywood and you want that role to be an Avenger, you got to get through Harvey Weinstein. You got to, you, you have to go through that checks and balances of the Silicon Valley world. Like you have to be, the only thing that's probably more liberal than the Hollywood world is the startup world. Oh, yeah. And I've, I've realized that over the last several years and Jeff Bezos was not safe. So his grandfather actually was a part of DARPA who was the found one of the the founding military organization that started the Internet to begin with. And he does a podcast. I think it was with Lex Friedman. And he does a podcast where he talks about how, Oh, he grew up on this farm and he raised cows and chickens and had his grandpa raised him. But then, you know, now as of today that he was actually running. DARPA and creating the internet. And then somehow magically he just so happens to find himself in a trillion dollar business, 25 years later.  Like Taylor Swift, right? She says, Oh, I grew up on a Christmas tree farm and I had this cute little humble country life. No, no, no. Her dad basically bought her way into her career.  Exactly. And that's what all of the Swifties like seem to forget so quickly. Yeah. Like they, they, they, Taylor Swift and I, you know, you hear her music. I, there's very little talent there. I don't know. Maybe some people think that she's talented. I don't know. I like country music. She started out in country. But she was absolutely, when you go to her show, people don't talk about how amazing her singing was. They talk about how amazing the production is. Yes, there is tens of millions of dollars of marketing and production and pyrotechnics that make her show what it is because if it wasn't that she would be very undifferentiated from any single girl standing on the side of Broadway in Nashville right now with a guitar singing a song that you would probably walk past without giving five dollars to.  No, she's, she's a good songwriter. Like I'll definitely give her that. She's talented with her lyrics, but as far as like the music goes, everything sounds the same. The storylines are all kind of recycled now. And like you said, like she can't, I'm not gonna say she can't sing, but she's not the greatest singer. It is truly all about the show. Yeah.  Yes. It's huge production. There's like my, my daughter, I have three children. My daughter watched like the most recent Taylor Swift. Movie that came out or documentary or whatever. And it's just like the most unbelievable, more fireworks than none at Disney on the 4th of July. Like it's this huge, crazy production. She changes outfits like you know, 12 times with the, throughout the night. It's this crazy, unbelievable, huge marketing machine, which, which I think speaks to like the way that with enough money behind anybody, we talk about gatekeepers. Enough money behind anybody enough money behind any idea enough money behind any single individual in the music industry or you know Even if you look at it, I don't want to say what's his name post Malone, right? You go back and you have you seen the video of post Malone is like very first video that he did I don't think so like music video  Oh yeah, yeah, he, he posted this, it was like from his very first video, and I'm, I actually like Post Malone, I think he seems like a very genuine dude, I listen to his like 4 hour podcast on Joe Rogan, but he seems like a very, he seems like he did it right, but you go back and you look at like his very first video that he did, and it was like the funniest, most ridiculous, most ridiculous. Talentless video that you could ever imagine. It's great though. It's great. It's great to see where somebody can start and go, but, but the point in all that being, whether it's Hollywood, whether it's the music industry, whether it's Silicon Valley, VC startups, whether it's whatever, even you go into the news industry. Every single one of these organizations has a gatekeeper at the very top of it that decides, are you gonna, are you gonna make it? Or are you going to like, and really when it comes down to are you going to make it? It means are you going to play by the rules of the game,  which makes me. You know, I don't trust Elon Mux at all, and I get a lot of crap from people about that, but I don't think you can get where he is without playing by their rules. And he wore it was a couple of years ago. I don't remember the year. Exactly. We wore a white tux to the Met Gala for his debut with Grimes, his girlfriend. And on the back, it said no bus order. I don't know if you've seen that, but yeah, there's that I don't think they would allow him to buy Twitter. It's 1 of their biggest tools. 1 of their biggest means to control the population. I don't think they would just be like, oh, yeah, sure. You can have that. If you look at it into 2030, 1 of their pillars for the new world order for the agenda 2030 is social media. And social credit scores, and they have specifically the Twitter logo on there. And people like to forget that this is a thing, but he was a young global leader for the World Economic Forum. So I don't think that he's the good guy that people think he is. I think he's, he's playing the part at the moment. And acquiring Twitter to me is even for selfish reasons for him. I think it has to do with his projects with transhumanism. Like he's collecting massive amounts of data on the public right now. Have you, do you know about his mother? Yeah, I've heard a little bit about her and also his babysitter. That's kind of an interesting one. I don't know if you've seen her videos. Have not. Yeah. I think they got taken off the internet at this point. Cause I was telling people to go find them and they're like, we can't find them. Her name is Rosemary. Yeah. And she claims that she was his babysitter when he was a kid, and she is telling the story about how she was babysitting him, and he I don't remember all the details, but basically would go into these, like, demonic realms with his, like, friends who were demons, and then at one point, he tried to pull her in, and it, like, Terrified her. And I guess there's talk about like the parties that his mother would go to being, not Epstein style parties, but with that crowd basically. Yeah. Interesting, interesting stuff. And I, I think part of what the babysitter was saying was that I wish I could find the videos again that he is. Sent up to be like an antichrist type figure or something like that that they chose him for that and he's been raised for that. I don't I don't quite remember but yeah, really interesting.  Well, I think when you talk about that like right transhumanism which like is something that alex jones, right? has been beating on the drum of for 10 years his accuracy percentage on conspiracies to reality is so ridiculously high. That is unbelievable. And so he's been talking about the transhumanism,  which is essentially the idea that humans are going to eventually turn into something other than what they are today. Right through the, whether it's through the utilization of technology, which is exactly, exactly what Elon Musk is doing, and you want to talk about the potential and I've gone back and forth on Elon Musk, right? I love the idea that Elon Musk bought X or Twitter for the, for the complete purpose of freedom of speech. But when somebody is doing something that like that, and, and you should take this ideology and utilize it in your everyday life, when somebody is going completely out of their way to do something that is completely out of the norm, that is so gracious and kind, and you should at least be a little bit skeptical as to the reason why. Just a little bit. That's not to say there's not great people out there, that's not to say that there's not nice people who are, who are maybe going to do very kind things for you above and beyond the norm of what is acceptable or appreciated today. But when somebody goes, spends 40 billion, whatever it was, 40 billion, I don't know what the figure was, something like that. Yeah. To champion freedom of speech. It's like, yes, absolutely. But there is that seed of skepticism that speaks to exactly what you're talking about, especially when the same person that's doing that is getting access to not just what you're You got to think of from his perspective, not the perspective of the user on Twitter, from his perspective, he just purchased the rights to every thought that anybody has ever posted from their fingertips. That was a direct projection from their brain into a platform. He just purchased a spreadsheet of 80 trillion thoughts, whatever the number is right. And especially when that person is going to create and did create. actively simultaneously while purchasing the rights to the freedom of speech platform also implanting microchips in people's brains yeah and and there's so many different problems with that when you take that to like the Even 10 years from now, and I think they actually ended up having some concerns about the guy that they just implanted in where they're looking at potentially pulling it out because it wasn't something that was life threatening. But that just seems like a terrible idea. So when that same person is purchasing the rights to it, let's say 5 trillion thoughts. And that same person is looking to actively insert a microchip into every person's brain and also claims that if you don't do this, you're going to get left behind, right? You're going to become obsolete. I think was the term that he's used is if you don't, if you don't combine yourself with technology, you're going to become obsolete. Maybe you should question the real reason why they're purchasing however many trillion thoughts.  Yeah, and that's, that's an interesting choice of words that he used. I don't know where you stand faith wise, but the Bible specifically talks about in the end times, you're going to have to get a chip either in your forehead or in your left wrist, I believe, or left hand.  It's the mark of the beast, right?  Yeah, that you have to like scan or something like that in order to get food and to participate in life and culture. And then you have someone like Elon Musk, actively creating something like that.  And we're starting to see, you know, the Amazon one, I was at the airport not that long ago, and they had one of those stores where you just like walk in, you know, and get what you want and leave. And you like scan your hand. I think it is crazy whole foods. Now, when I go into whole foods, you just like scan your hand. It's I don't do it, but it's, it's crazy. Is that just a California thing? That's crazy. So Amazon test piloted something just like that. And they claimed that they would use facial recognition or something to charge your account for like, and it was all AI based. Did you, did you ever hear about that? Yeah, I think that's what we're talking about. It's like one, one something.  So it's different than the wrist where people would actually like have something implanted in their wrist or they would scan their palm or something like that. What this was is they claimed that it was all AI driven. They said that they, they would just basically do a facial recognition and all you had to do is scan your face into their system. But what it actually was, and they're, I believe they're getting sued for this right now. Amazon hired 25, 000 Indian dudes In a warehouse to actively watch the video surveillance footage and sit down and mark down each individual person and every purchase that they made because it was like the no checkout area. You would just fill your basket and you'd walk out and they're like, Oh, it's AI driven. And you know what they were doing is they were testing the idea, but they hired Tens of thousands of Indians in India, and they, they basically had them reading, looking at your face and trying to match it against the database of what they had and then charging you in the background. But they told everybody it was AI driven. It was like the craziest. Yeah. Yeah. A little different than risk scanning, which again is its own set of problems. But, but yeah, nonetheless, a pretty wild idea as we move into this, this You know, new era of, of AI. Well, meanwhile, it's just some guy sitting there eating chips and watching your face, looking for your social media profile to charge you or whatever. They should get sued for that. That's insane.  Absolutely. Definitely false advertising, at least to say. So I have this, I've had this thought that's been lingering in my head that, that when, especially when you combine the idea of, of AI and. Faith. And so, so here's my idea. We'll see how well I can actually convey it, because it's the first time that I've said it out loud. But my idea when it comes to this is that, let, if you, if you are religious, you people out there listening, if you're listening if you are religious, Every thought that's been had ever. And, and where I stand, stand spiritually and religiously, is I, I believe in God. I believe in, I have faith in, in everything. But, but what, what my thought is, is we are just as much a part of God, right? God. We are the, the seed of God. And, and God permeates the entire universe. And every thought that you've ever had, every, every decision you've ever made has in some way, shape or form, been at least slightly. Influenced by that, that greater power. And so when we look at the way that people are using chat, GBT today for creativity, for work, for art, for anything and everything that people are util their, it's for their, how they respond to their spouse in a marriage for how they're opening up their Tinder chats. Like there's a literal chat, G-P-T-G-P-T, that is called Riz, GPT, that is the guys. Oh, no. Yes, it is a real thing. It's like the number seven GPT on the GPT marketplace right now. It's called Riz GPT. And guys are using it to respond to girls on Tinder and try to, to pick them up or whatever. So when you, when you think about the way that AI is being utilized, it is actually, and, and, and, And I think, I believe that the way that we, when I have an idea, when I have a thought, especially something that, that I think is powerful enough to act on, I believe that was given to me. I don't think I'm just this, you know, I can come up with all of these amazing creative ideas and I actually have a book somewhere. Somewhere in the big long list of books behind me, it was written by Rick Rubin, and he talks about this idea, I think it's called the creative I forget the name of it, but Rick Rubin wrote this book, it came out very recently, it's an amazing book, and it talks about the act of coming up with creative ideas, and he talks about the ether, and how you have to be open to the idea, and essentially, Be open to the idea that you need an idea and through that you will become almost like a a Receiver for ideas, right? And I think that's that's god. I think that's the universe I think that's a higher power that is giving you this gift. That is a an idea. That is a thought that is a a beautiful way of stating something that is poetry that is music that is art that is architecture that is Anything and everything that you could think of But every single one of those categories right now is being replaced by AI. When you're talking about the way that people are responding to tinder chats, when you're talking about the way that people are coming up with art with chat GPT and dolly or mid journey, there's so many Things that would have normally been pulled from that ether from the universal power from the, the, the universe from God that is now being replaced by a man made God, right? That the way that we're anything and everything that you can think of right now, people are utilizing AI and they're using it in a way that is replacing the normal openness that you would have to receive it from something that is. Good. That is the universe. That is God. And we have since replaced that openness, replaced that power with something that is man made by algorithms that are in the background being manipulated by Silicon Valley Simps, weirdos that have never had a child that won't ever have a child that don't know what it's like to be in love, that don't know what it's like to enjoy art, that have just been in Stanford University classes their entire life, and, and, Had growth every single one. Like it's, it's, so that's my idea. That's my thought that that's, it's very concerning to me that we're replacing that higher power with something that is manmade and not just manmade, but man manipulated.  Yeah. It could be considered like a false God, like a golden calf. Totally. Absolutely. And I think that's, that to me is the most People are like, Oh, our jobs. It's like you're going to find a job. It's not like there's going to be 400 million homeless people in America. Eventually you're going to be able to utilize that. You know, I don't think people are going to be replaced by AI. I think people who don't use AI will be replaced by people who use AI. That's my thought when it comes to the workforce. But I do believe that the ether that the universe is you. You know, consistent flow of of ideas and creativity are absolutely going to be replaced by A. I. And what you mean by A. I. Is a man made exactly what you said. A false God that is manipulated by some 21 year old. Guy sitting in a white cubicle in San Francisco.  Yeah, yeah, and I think it's also going to dumb down the population a lot. I mean, we've already seen that with the Internet coming in. I mean, today's kids, I don't mean to be disparaging, but they're not. I mean, Look at the grades and they're barely making it through high school. Like they're just not as smart as previous generations. I look back at like what my ancestors were doing. I've been doing a lot of like genealogy and family history studying. And I'm like, gosh, people were so smart back then. And they were really creative. They were like all entrepreneurs because they had to be, they could all like grow food and survive. They just had it going on. And these generations now, because we have all this technology and with the industrial revolution, everything is so easy now. And we're just kind of stupid. Like every generation gets dumber and dumber. And I really feel bad for, I mean, my future children and the generations after, like, they're not going to know how to do anything. I mean, my little sisters, like they get to look things up on Google when they don't
#104 - Eric Moutsos: Good vs Evil
May 9 2024
#104 - Eric Moutsos: Good vs Evil
Protect yourself from the perils of modern technology with high-quality faraday products designed and developed by yours truly by going to RONINBASICS.com today.  In this week's episode of the Adams Archive, I have a discussion with Eric Moutsos. Eric is the host of the American Moutsos Show, the founder and CEO of the health and wellness company Freedomblends, and a former police officer who has been at the center of political activism in several different high-profile situations. Eric is the author of the book Dispatched, recounting his fight against leadership during his time as a police officer, and the lead in a recent documentary called “Non-Essential” which follows him through his journey of fighting back against the government during Covid lockdowns. We discuss the controversies he has found himself at the center of, the Israel-Palestine war, selling out conservatives, good vs. evil, and more.  You can find Erics social media profiles, podcast, book and more by clicking here All the links: linktr.ee/theaustinjadams ----more---- Full transcription  Adams archive.   Hello, you beautiful people. And welcome to the Adams archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today on today's episode. I am going to be talking with Eric Mutzos. Now, Eric is a political commentator and podcast host of the Eric Mutzos show. He is also a CEO of the Freedom Blends supplement company. And Eric has been at the center of several. controversial events, one of those being almost 10 years ago, when Eric was a police officer for almost seven years, he actually had to fight back against the police department that he worked for, who was forcing him mandating him to basically be a part of a gay pride parade.  Pretty wild stuff. Fast forward a few years later, during COVID times, Eric was also at the center of some controversy, as he basically organized and gathered several rallies to help small business owners during the time of COVID lockdowns, as well as through an entire concert during the same time, where he had to get shut down by the state, fought back against that, and eventually lost his job. One out. So Eric is an author. He was also a part of the recent documentary, which outlined that organization of those situations during COVID lockdowns. So without further ado, we have a great discussion today about good versus evil current events, the Israel and Palestinian conflict, the college campus protests that are going on, we get into some conspiracy theories, of course. So. Let's go ahead and jump into it. 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And the only way, the only way to stop that is by utilizing a Faraday bag and airplane mode, doesn't do it. Turning your phone off. Doesn't do it. They constantly have access with softwares like Pegasus. So help yourself help your family eliminate those harmful effects of EMFs by going to Ronan basics. com.  checking out our newest products, signing up for some of the newer drops that are coming out just this coming week. Alright, so thank you so much for listening. I appreciate you from the bottom of my heart, leave a five star review, hit the subscribe button. And let's jump into it.  The Adams archive.   My dream is to one day have a little homestead  I've got 20 chickens now, but my dream is to have a homestead.  living off the land the way that God wanted us to.   Amen. That's awesome, man. Yeah that's something I think a lot of people it's so interesting how many people got chickens after like post COVID. I think there's something primal that when everything goes to hell a little bit I don't know what it was, but it seems like  I fell into that too. We have a chicken coop out back. We had nine chickens that, that we had we even had ducks for a little bit, but it was funny because it's so many people that you saw.  Just chickens were like the first step that people took in their journey to like becoming a little bit, well, I almost think that's more of a realization about  the government, not actually being the father figure that was going to. take care of you that everybody thought it was. And it chickens for some reason was like the gateway drug into homesteading for everybody. Even if you live in a small city. I live in a, I live in a city area and  it was pretty easy to get to the proof through the city and everything. They just got to come out and check out the coop and things. But yeah, it was really, it's funny how many people I think ended up getting chickens as a result of COVID, which is such a weird correlation but Yeah. It's funny. So, and when you talk about homesteading  I think that was something that went.  That came out of COVID too, was the amount of people that realized that our governmental structure and the  protective layer that we thought our government gave us between us and the food supply chains, water all of those things essentially crumbled that when we looked at what happened through the grocery stores, right, I remember going to the grocery stores and all of the meat being gone. All of the eggs being gone, all of the milk being gone, and people started to wake up to that idea  this isn't a a movie, right? It's not every, it's not a things can go south pretty quick, and I think we saw that with, COVID,   Yeah. Well, and it's going to, but people don't understand. That was just the first wave,  of what I believe is coming, but it's you have to understand that this is all, it's all biblical. Everything that's happening right now, it's all this. God, knows the beginning to the end and he's already seen the whole thing out. And now, We you and I and listeners, viewers, we're now here as the test to see where we stand. Like I'm convinced this whole sucker goes down probably within the next 10 years. I don't mean to scare anybody, but it's evident that I believe God is preparing his people with like ideas of,  chickens and things like that. He's getting his people ready to leave Babylon entirely because as soon as they bring in this beast system, which I believe they will, as soon as  the, dollar dies.  That the, dollar dying is going to be very, intentional.  It's, not going to be, Oh, all of a sudden they know exactly what they're doing.  Just like COVID,  COVID, was the left and then the overhand right was the Vax.   And so then, so now  with the financial system that's going to go and it's not going to be, in my opinion, it's not going to be a recession or a depression. I believe it's going to be a collapse and that's why we got to be ready for what's coming because you're either going to have to,  where are you at on, do you, when I talk about this Christian stuff or you, do you believe in God, Austin?  Absolutely. Yeah,   Okay. Sorry. I just don't know. Sometimes when I'm talking to people I don't know.  But I believe that the devil duplicates everything that God does, everything beautiful he does. He's got to have a counterfeit to it, right?  And so this new world order is just the counterfeit of what God has always been trying to get his people to do, which has become one heart and one mind. Because if everybody did that,  it would be, everybody would share with everybody. There would be no poor among us. Everybody would, you'd grow what you need and you give the rest away. And that's the environment that,  consider the lilies, right? Jesus taught it. Consider the lilies, the  birds of the birds of the sky. You don't think I can feed you. That's the whole point. That's what, well, the city of Enoch was taken up, but  I'm, trying to get prepared for that. And even if that doesn't happen, which I hope I'm crazy, I hope that in 10 years,    you  know what I mean?   to be fair.    Yeah I really do like just get, okay, that's great. I'll put me in the ward house but, I don't think I am crazy. I don't think that  I believe that what's crazy are all of these people that have their heads in the sand that don't even realize what's happening. Our state of Utah, let me just read this to you. The state of Utah, we just won the best state, right? We just won the very best state of Utah.  And we're, talking about of what?  The best state of what?   Right.    We're about my our state is about to flip over to blue. We're  purple right now because we have a governor of the state of Utah that uses pronouns to little kids on zoom calls, bro.  It's actually, it's.  That's fairly surprising, too, especially Utah. Obviously a very big religious  sects within Utah itself. And I guess that's an interesting thought, too. When you talk about the dollar collapsing, right, you can speak about that from, like you did a biblical perspective. sense, but you can also look at. that from what's happening,  socioeconomically across the world, right? Geopolitically right now between the brick, right? If you look at the way that India and Iran and China and Russia are all teaming up right now, have all already moved away from the dollar. And when we look at India and you look at China, those are the two biggest world powers when it comes to industry today, right? It's not like United, the United States of America is manufacturing things in an extremely high level. When we're outsourcing our talent, our menu, when we're outsourcing.  I, have a business background. I run a business and several. And so when we're outsourcing talent to do  most of the jobs, we're outsourcing it to India and when we're outsourcing manufacturing, we're outsourcing it to China. And so when you have those, organizations, those countries that are now moving away from utilizing the USD,  the dollar.  In their everyday trades and I ran when it comes to oil, right? We're, messing with some very dangerous territory politically in getting into this potential escalation with Iran, with which and Putin's already talked about his response. What it would be if, situations escalated with Iran, we're already seeing tensions rise with Taiwan and for China, right? We are literally being put in a position where. If nothing else, our leadership is putting us in a place where our economic system could very well collapse just from the decisions being made by our leaders.    Yeah, that's right. Well, and it is going to happen. And so You know, the more money we give to Ukraine, it's going to start happening to the deep state part of Israel. I have to be careful saying this because people think if you're, you question what's happening with Israel or some kind of like anti semi, it's  no, the deep state has infiltrated every single government across the world. And so if you don't think that,  so look at Israel, I look at Israel a lot like America, the majority of people in America are good people, right?  But guess what? Those of us are questioning our government that's happening in Israel too, just FYI. And so just big, make sure before you start throwing your flags all over your bios, that this whole thing  is a  big, operation. And it's,  Even me saying this right now, I can't even believe I'm saying this from where I used to be even like four years ago, when you start to wake up to this stuff,  it's so, unbelievably overwhelming, but at the same time, when you see the big picture of it, this is all supposed to go down just like this.    Yeah, And I think that's there's been like a, almost a lot of weaponization of spirituality when it comes to the Israel Palestinian conflict, right? I think it's been really interesting to see the way that the right, like conservative right, has all almost simultaneously, in lockstep, decided that they're without question, right? And there's definitely things to question there, right? I've been somebody who's been looking at the situation and I, don't, like to wholeheartedly buy blue or red, right? I generally consider myself to be a more of a libertarian. I would say in a sense where I think less lesser government in most situations is generally a positive thing.  And so I don't really feel like I have skin in the game. Right. So, so when I look at the Palestinian and Israeli conflict, you see the big money and conserve like the conservative industry pushing and backing all of the influencers, all of the you see the daily wire, PragerU.  You see these large organizations  sending the biggest influencers over to Israel with a, almost a documentarian style videographer behind them. They pay for them to go over there. They pay for them to speak about these things.  And they almost have blinders on and I'm not ignorant to either side. I look at what's going on in Palestine, and I look at what's going on in Israel, and what happened on October 7th is, it's a tragedy. It's horrible. It shouldn't happen, right? Terrorism in any sense is absolutely atrocious.   but don't you think that it's possible that October 7th was a deep state operation within itself?   Absolutely. So when you look at  The amount of information that the, IDF had, Leading up to that  It's, staggering. It's almost very,  like almost gives you the idea of Pearl Harbor back in the day, right? You see the, amount of signals that they had. And then you, look at the IDF and see how much more technologically advanced they are than even some of the intelligence agencies that we have here in the United States, right? And then you think that 40 guys on big fan.  and parachutes     So, it's  so obvious. It's so obvious, man. It's  and now you got what? 30, 40, 000 people that have died in Gaza. And it's and people think, yeah, well they're human shields. It's they just dismiss it. It's no, There's innocent people dying.    Absolutely.   innocent people dying over here. There's innocent people dying over here. Like we should be standing on the side of innocent people wherever that is.    And    To me, it's I don't look at anybody differently, dude. I don't, I look at somebody as a child of God. Yeah. They might not believe in Jesus yet, but I look at them like God loves all his kids and he's just trying. And now we're killing each other like this and cheering it on and saying, we got to flatten it. And look, I've come a long way. Like I remember even when Trump dropped the big old what's that big old MAGA bomb that he dropped at one point.  I can't remember what it was called.  Sure. There was, I'm sure there was a few of those    I know it just come. And I remember like making jokes about it. And it was like, and they did hit that. They didn't go, Trump didn't go in and do what Israel's doing to Gaza. But I, the point that I'm trying to make is that I've come a long way in this a short amount of time on how wicked it is. War. War. In any degree yes, God wants us to defend  he wants us to defend that as a godly principle to defend yourself,  man, but when we,  it's so obvious what they're doing they want us in third world war. They need us in third world war. They're funding both sides of this, of these  little college  Riots that they're starting to have their fun in that side. And so then it pushes all these people. Now it's this war, but it's so obvious. Don't participate in it. Don't participate in it. Call for peace. It's  but that's what they need.  And you see it, the  conservative side of things when it came to what was going on between Russia, like you almost saw a complete 180 between the Republican party and the conservatives that were out there that always generally were a little bit more. Historically pro-war than the liberals or the Democrat side of things, right? You look, you go back to almost anything pre 2018 and.  The left was staunch in almost every situation across the board, anti war in almost every sense, right? There were the, they were the cool liberal hippies in the seventies. They were against Vietnam. They were  there was a complete 180 at one point, very recently where you saw a glimmer of light for their conservatives and Republican party, where they looked at what was happening in Ukraine and they said, no, we don't want any part of this. There's no reason that, this war should be happening. And there's absolutely no reason that our attacks. Hours should be going to fund it. Right? And, so When, you look at that now,  I was optimistic about the conservative party for such a long time because they were the ones calling out against war, against the war machine. And now you look and, they're the ones that are flying the, Israeli flags saying that they, can do no wrong no matter how many innocent children, women. Families, they bomb there. There's nothing that it's, all in the name of, and I think you, you pointed to something there specifically that I've noticed as a theme, anytime that they're trying to create a narrative, especially when it comes to these terrorists in the middle East, they always use human shields. I I was in I don't know, fourth grade, fifth grade when 9 11 happened, but I can't tell you that if I had to think of one thing in my mind that made them terrorists that the  mainstream media painted the narrative with, it was that idea. It was the human shields that completely, they dehumanize women and children by utilizing them as human shields. Right. And you saw all of this propaganda going out, right? Just like you saw with Ukraine, the ghost of Kiev that ended up being a video game. Right. You saw the,  women and the men being sent out in buses. I've done some videos on this and, you saw all of this propaganda being pushed out and the human shields is at the very top of the list for these people when they try to paint a narrative around terrorism.    well, and that's the only thing they can say too, to justify it as human shields. And it's just no, there's certain wars. When I was a police officer, if there was like a hostage situation, right. You don't kill both of  them. That's not what you do. That goes against every, it's what's the point of the government being there?  It's like we're trying to help. And, so that, that excuse doesn't fly with me  and all, I want to say on this topic is just be very, prayerful about it.  The devil wants the devil wants us. He wants bloodshed. That's where we're to the point. We've, already like swiftly went through this and the next phase of the sexual revolution and the devil's like really salivating for, blood at this point. And so my, answer  is, to, not do that. My, my answer is to call it out for what it is. Call out the wickedness for what it is. Don't call for war. Don't justify war because  if we have that in our hearts and if we really are going to accept that as a collective whole, that's okay. That what's happening say in, in right now in Gaza, if that's okay,  we're not, going to be part of, the kingdom of God if our hearts are thinking that's okay. Does that make sense?   Yeah. Absolutely. And that's the thing that I you said you, you use the word like the, noun of the devil. Right. And you talk about the same people who are pushing for war, right? Who are profiting from these things, right? That the people who both funded Hamas to become what they are today, who funded Al Qaeda, who then turned on us who funded. Almost every side of the war, and you see it as a microcosm with what's happening in the universities, which you alluded to as Well, right? Every single one of the tents that were being set out at these extremely expensive universities were all this the same tent because they were sent them by the organizations, the same organizations like APAC, who are funding all of this. All but seven of the politicians that are currently making decisions on whether or not to send money to Israel,  And so you look at you, you look at all of the narratives that have come out more recently.  And I, only mentioned this because you, mentioned the devil, right? You mentioned the,   Well, I look at, we talk about God, right? Like we talk about God all the time, but we don't talk about what the adversary is doing in his plans.  And he hates  when we call out his plans. He hates it. So bad. And that's why he hates people that speak truth.  Because he, likes to just, he needs to justify himself too, right? He fell from heaven, it's he has to be justified and so, he believes he's right.  And so that's what I'm trying to say is that  we, have to call these things out when we see it. And I'm not saying you have to use devil. You could just say, Hey, it's wrong what they're doing. Right.  I just, say those things because I believe this is a huge spiritual war that we're in and we have to start identifying it as such. If we're going to like, Be able to,  ascend higher. Maybe that's the right word. If we're going to be,  if we're going to be able to defend what's coming in the next little while we, the only words that we can use as Jesus Christ, like those are the only words that we're going to, that will have the power to, to not only stop what's coming, but  to, transform things. What's happened, what's going to happen where we have to start using those types of words, in my opinion.   Have you seen, And, speaking of that, have you seen Tucker Carlson speak on the spiritual aspect of what's going on more recently? Have you seen some  Yeah.  Yeah, he's right. And, I'd add  to it. He's absolutely right. And  now I don't know much about like the aliens and stuff. I really haven't got into it that much.  Is it possible? Sure. Anything's possible, but the, point that I think with Tucker, what he's trying to make is that this is very, we just see in the physical because we're being tested right now. God, is literally just watching us and he's just testing us. Yeah. He's  what are you, made of?  You got to understand that the kingdom of God is where he lives.  If you, look in  let's see first Corinthians 1540, it talks about degrees, right? The degree that God lives in that celestial kingdom degree. That is where kings and queens live.  And, so why I bring this up is because we're, in this test to see where it is that we are going to place ourselves based off of the decisions that we make here.  The whole purpose of this earth life I'm  don't you love that this is what we were going to talk about, Mike, when we were prepping for this podcast?  Like not one thing, right?  So good.   it's all good.   This  is the kind of stuff  That I  I think most people are thinking it. I think most people think about this kind of stuff, but to try and articulate it and then to try and because yeah, could I be wrong on this stuff? I could be,  but, it's so evident that this is such  a, spiritual test to me.  When, you talk about it being spiritual, right? In the most basic sense, you're talking about good versus evil, black versus   white. right. Huh.  versus light, right? And so when you look at, when you look at the things that have been happening over the last four to five years, we've seen truth as a fundamental weapon for the side of the good. And we've seen how often the side of the bad, right? You want to say black and white  the, side of evil, whatever you want to call it, Satan, the devil, whatever    they try to stifle the truth. Right? The truth is evident. The sun will always show the next day and it will eliminate the darkness. And so even if you just take it from the most simple sense when you look at something that says, who is trying to stifle the truth and who is trying to  It's very evident who is on the side of the good and who is on the side of the evil, right? And so even if you just say there's good and there's bad and there's people who are perpetuating good values and there's people who are perpetuating  evil for the purpose of self  inflation of ego for the purpose of integrity. Monetization for the purpose of the very same people who I'm talking about who are being flown to Israel to have a videographer behind them, to, to,  never  for a second to speak about the  atrocities that are happening in Gaza today.  Right? So if you wanna vet your influencers, you wanna vet the people that you're following, you wanna.  Do you ever disagree with them? Right. Because  if I, if there's somebody out there that I never,   Yeah. Oh, I do  all the time. And, I try, are you asking me like rhetorically? Are you just,  you're, do you want to know?  that was rhetorical, but you can go ahead and answer it.    Oh I'm just saying I, I do all the time. Hey, be really careful with this.  This could be very well a deep state operation. Hey, be careful with this. There's a lot more to this story stuff like that because here's the truth. We're, None of us are fully awake to this awful situation that we're in  and we're gonna get in a place where we might Be in a position where we're wrong about something and then you got to quickly check yourself spiritually hey Why do I feel off about this? Why is there something off about it? Oh because you're being deceived. That's why And so I try to do it to good people that I follow and there's some big ones and they're  they are hook line and sinker  on support in Israel under any circumstance. And it's you guys, this is  in Israel. This is wickedness to me.  And, it's clear, it's  God is gathering his people right now and ultimately there's going to be like really a group  I don't know how far you want me to hear about these like I guess Conspiracies you want me to hear   We go deep  on this podcast, so feel free.  when this system goes down there you're gonna have to bow down to one of two gods   Now we're all up into Israel and I, every single time, it's just  bowing down. And so, and I'm not saying that A lot of these things could be true, right? There's, a lot of things that, that, that could be true. However when we, go along with it, whatever narrative, whatever that, whatever the government's feeding us, if we just go along with that as if it's true,  we're in a lot, we're in a world of hurt.   Absolutely. And I think if you look at the government, right, you look at all the things that have come out more recently about the, not when you say the government, it sounds it's, the government is what, 500, it's like millions of people, right? But when you look at the government,   the federal government is the, just the federal government is millions.  right, exactly. So, so when you talk about the government you're talking about the governmental officials who we duly elected, right? Put that in quotation marks, but duly elected officials who have gone into these positions of power. There has been a unbelievable amount of information that has come out more recently. Let's say the last three to five years showing that those people, right? And this is when, we talk about my spirituality or my beliefs in religion, one of the things that was a big,  Part of my moving more towards religion and spirituality, having grown up Presbyterian at a young age and then moving a little bit away and coming back now  is realizing that all of these people in positions of power, all of the people that are holding office right now, there's a  very, large group of these people who have shown themselves to be  Worshipping the darkness, right? That have shown themselves to go in, in worshiping Malak at Bohemian Grove that have shown themselves to be within Hillary Clinton's emails, all of there's so many examples of this of, showing that the people in the highest positions of power have absolutely in one way, shape, or form. Gone to, you see it in music, you see it in the movies and the TV shows that are being pushed out. You see it in politics. You see all of the, highest positions of culture and society.   Well, you see it even with Trump and you see it with politicians on our side as if Donald Trump's going to come and save us, right? Yeah.  Right. Yeah, You go back to QAnon, right? The, he has the   military. in my opinion, a deep state operation.  Well and it did it, if it was, and it, and I think that it very well was,  if it was, it did exactly what it was supposed to do. It made people look silly. It de-legitimized the opposing opinion. Right. Now, if you were pro-Trump, right? Even just the terms maga or far right, or Q anon they, associated every single person who was.  Pro Trump to be a Q and I and conspiracy theorist. And then they took that to the furthest and said, Oh, they believe that Trump owns the military and that he can do no wrong. And really someday he's going to come back. And there was all of these, there was the very furthest extent. of what QAnon believed. But then even if you just take it maybe 10, 20, 30, 40 percent back from the craziest sides of their belief systems, when you look at what was happening between Pizzagate  and all of these more, somewhat considered to be extreme conspiracy theories, but there's foundations there's seeds of truth in a lot of it. But then you get into the very, very craziest side of it. And those were used the, very farthest Extreme conspiracies, and I'm not saying that Pizzagate itself wasn't, didn't have legitimacy to some of the claims that were happening, but what I am saying is that when they said that he still has the military in his pocket and any day now he's going to come back and be the president, he's really the president of the United States. It delegitimized all of the legitimacy within the movement that was happening of people who believed things that are very real, right? All of the people waking up to the very thing that I'm talking about this satanic worship by politicians and Hollywood and the music industry that were happening and what that entailed when you look historically for that, when you talk about. Sacrifices and how far you want to get down that rabbit holes,  but you see what I'm saying is that they utilized a very proven and true system to de legitimize the very legitimate concerns that people had surrounding what, whatever the movement was, that was QAnon to begin with that turned into what it was later on,    \   at this point, I think the most important thing that we can do is just get prepared  physically and spiritually, really that's it.  Well, what does that look like? I always try to tell people at least get a year's worth, at least a year's worth of food for your family, at minimum. I don't know why that year is  stands out to me. I think maybe  you look at Noah, do you remember how long Noah was on the boat for? It was about 375 days that he was on the boat.  It's, I think that  there's something to that year, Mark.  And And I believe that we have to have  at least the provisions that much that we can, because people will die, right? People will die of starvation. And so don't let it be you. Have water.  Know that there's water in the ground. Go to the lowest part and start digging. You're going to hit water. That's a lie that they tell us. I'm telling you. And they hate that. It's like hydrogen and oxygen create water.  And it's they've lied about how much  water is never ending. Just like oil. I don't care what anybody says.  I'm just telling you the truth. So,  get prepared physically  and then get prepared spiritually, which is get right with God  repent, we all need to repent every day.  And we all do stupid things. That's why Christ came. And if we're prepared physically and if we're prepared spiritually, there's nothing to fear.  Don't be afraid  because that's all you can do.    that's an interesting thing That I, think a lot of people, like I talked about that where the, creeping fear in, the, Realization of that through covid, where even the what I believe was 100%, one of the most successful psychological operations that happened in Covid was the toilet paper shortage.   That was amazing.   The, toilet   paper shortage  showed people, it made people freak out, just an everyday essential  . You didn't need it. Right. You can find, you can get a towel and wash it. There's so many different ways, get a bidet, right? There's so many different ways that you can deal with that issue. But the toilet paper shortage to me was a  shock test. So I I did a podcast, a full five hour breakdown on a document that it was actually leaked from the CIA. That's called silent weapons for quiet wars. Have you ever heard of that?   b  no, I haven't.    So silent weapons for quiet wars was a document that was found in a fax machine in the 1980s in from a  purchase of a IBM fax machine so they did a whole a wholesale sale of all of these materials that were happening at IBM and one of the things that was interesting within the machine itself was a document from the 1940s and 50s, I believe. And it was a secret closed door document by the CIA. And what it essentially did was it outlined everything that we're talking about here today. It outlined the way that they wanted to manipulate the financial Society, they wanted to manipulate the way that, that people engaged with each other. But one of the things that they talked about, there's a theory or actually a framework called shock testing and shock testing originally came from the aviation industry in which they would, take the, wings of the airplane. They would take all of that and they would put it through a series of tests and based on the information and data that they took back from that shock test, and it was literally like basically shaking the materials to see that it would withstand.  And how it would react to certain amounts of pressure and stimuli and,  all those things. And so they took that fundamental ideology of what shock testing was in the aviation industry and they utilized it to start to weaponize big amounts of data against the general public. And there's some really the most interesting document. It, I would say I've read is called silent weapons for quiet wars. And within that shock testing, the idea was we want to utilize certain types of tests against the public. Like how would the society react if we got rid of toilet paper and what they might find is that if we Have a toilet paper shortage, that people might start buying large amounts of water. and they might also start purchasing chickens. That's a very  real potential correlation, right? So they found these weird correlations and causations that happen due to these shock tests. And so I 100 percent believe these things are happening today. And the way that they're happening is much scarier than it was in the 1950s and 1940s that it was being weaponized against the general public because now they can use AI algorithms to do Hundreds of thousands of these tests at a time and see exactly how the General public is going to react.    have you gotten into all the patents? I did an Instagram reel on like the United States patents on direct energy weapons. Oh man,  Oh,  it's unbelievable. You can go to you. So I did it when it came to Hawaii, you can go to YouTube right now  and you can go to Lockheed Martin's Insta or Lockheed Martin's YouTube channel and you can see them.  Same, thing with,  like all of these major military industrial complex companies, they have like literal star wars type advertisements right now on YouTube  Oh yeah.  about direct energy weapons and, boasting about how amazing they are and how efficient they are. And then, they want to take the videos that you and I create on Instagram and they want to call it misinformation when literally Lockheed Martin has Dozens of videos right now on   Oh yeah,  man.  It's so the weapons that they have, it's,  and I, equate it to right now when we see all the things that are happening with the weather, I equate it to  I don't know if you remember in the old Testament  when, the Pharaoh, which is the government when, they were showing their magic to Moses, like their, tricks. And I think that's what's happening right now. I think this is their tricks the, what they're spraying in our skies, what they're putting in, the air, there's going to be project blue beam. You're going to just be seeing a whole bunch of  Really, fascinating. Look, remember all those lightning storms that were hitting all over the United States? Do you remember that? Just  lightning, everywhere. I was getting videos from   everywhere. When was that?    Oh, it was last year sometime.   Okay. Interesting.   a whole Instagram reel on it, but  lightning probably every 30 seconds for two hours straight, but  it was, you can tell it wasn't your normal lightning. It was definitely a weather modification.  And so I think what's happening is the devil,    Sure.   the government, whatever you want, darkness, however you want to label it.  This is their way of showing that  is his world. This is he's in control. And I again, I believe God's just sitting back,
Mad Science & Corrupt Governments: CIA Caught Red Handed, Scientific God Complexes & The Artificial Eclipse Conspiracy
Apr 11 2024
Mad Science & Corrupt Governments: CIA Caught Red Handed, Scientific God Complexes & The Artificial Eclipse Conspiracy
Protect yourself and your family from the perils of modern technology now with Ronin.  Welcome to the Adams Archive. In this podcast we peel back the layers of official narratives to explore the intersection of advanced technology, government intrigue, and the ethics of scientific ambition.  Artificial Eclipses: Uncover the startling revelations surrounding engineered celestial events, exploring the technology capable of creating artificial solar eclipses.  The Dawn of De-Extinction: Step into the laboratories where the lines between past and future blur, as companies claim to possess the technology to resurrect extinct creatures. From mammoths to dinosaurs, examine the scientific breakthroughs, the dreams, and the ethical dilemmas posed by playing god with nature's design. Targeted Voices: The chilling confession of a CIA operative admitting to targeting Alex Jones sheds light on the power struggles between the state and the individuals daring to challenge it. Explore the implications of these admissions for freedom of speech, media integrity, and the right to dissent in a digital age. All the Links: For episode transcripts, bonus content, and direct engagement with the Echoes community, click here: https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams Dive deeper into our investigations and become part of the movement unraveling the mysteries of our time. ----more---- Full Transcription   Adams Archive.  Hello, you beautiful people, and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams, and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we're going to have to cover a lot of ground, starting with the fact that Julian Assange could have his prosecution thrown away, according to Joe Biden. Biden. Now we'll talk why I think he might be saying this.  Maybe it has something to do with gaining popularity in a time where your dog wouldn't want to vote for him, but that's beside the point we'll read through that article together and talk through some of the more nuanced conversations surrounding Julian Assange. From there, we're going to discuss somebody of high, Notoriety within the AI community. What some people call the Godfather of AI warning about battle robots.  If that sounds terrifying to you, then we're on the same page. So we'll discuss that after that. We'll talk about how plants. allegedly scream when they're being harvested. That's a terrifying visual.  Then we'll jump into the Alex Jones situation. So Alex Jones, if you don't know, had the full force of the FBI, the CIA, they completely obliterated him in court. He over the Sandy Hook.  It's a crazy situation that he had. I think it was a billion dollars is what they said that he owed these defendants, which is like the most  egregious of all hearings in the history of the American judicial system. So  there was some updates on that, which is the fact that there was an individual from the FBI. Who came out and got caught on camera in one of the, I don't believe this was actually private project Veritas, but it was very project Veritas ask in the way that it was a gay man who somebody found on either grinder or Tinder. And apparently that's the only way that you can find these people who are willing to talk about this type of stuff. Um, but we'll actually watch the video where this man from the FBI comes out and, and admits that the FBI actually, um, Went after Alex Jones to make an example of him and how you might ask. Well, we'll talk about that in just a little bit.  Uh, we'll go through a couple articles about that. Then we'll talk about this new biomedical pharmaceutical company, I guess, biomedical company that's claiming that they're going to do something that has been shown rendition of this. ever, which is the fact that this company is saying it's called Colossal Biosciences. And apparently,  they're going to de extinct animals, starting with a mammoth. And if that doesn't terrify you, I don't know what will. So we'll talk about the implications of that. We'll talk a little bit about the company and the people that are behind it. All of that, and  then the last discussion we'll have today, and we might have one more, but if we have time, we'll, we'll talk about that. If we don't, the last thing we're going to talk about is the solar eclipse. So everybody went crazy over the solar eclipse. There was all these conspiracy theories about how there was earthquakes and all of this craziness, and there was going to be an EMP and  mass chaos was going to break out.  Well, it's been kind of silent since then.  That eclipse just a couple of days ago. And I held my opinion on this a little bit for a reason. Cause I don't know if I believed any of these things. Some people were saying that the solar eclipses were fake and all this crazy stuff,  but then I saw this article that came out. And it talks about, I think, I believe it's a Swedish or German, German article, um, talks about a technology that could be utilized to create eclipses.  Hmm.  That's interesting.  It's called the ESA proba three, and it's a satellite, I guess, two satellites. And we'll actually read more about this together, but two satellites that essentially  can cause pseudo eclipses.  Why would they want to do that?  Guess what? We'll talk about it. So all of that and more. And if we have time, we'll see just how far we get into this and how deep we go, but we might have a little bit deeper, darker, conspiratorial thing to discuss just after that. So all of that and more, but the first thing I need you to do before we can dive deep into those conversations is hit that subscribe button, leave a five star review, you know,  I know  that you know, that I know. How much I appreciate you.  I think there was something in there that, that was probably linguistically correct. So I appreciate you go ahead and hit that five star review button. It takes 10 seconds out of your day. And honestly, it means a lot to me. I read every single one of the reviews. Every time I see a new review, even if you don't write anything, it just, it, it honestly makes this worth it to see that you guys appreciate it. So if you haven't yet. Back out of this podcast while you're listening to it, hit the five star button. It takes 10 seconds out of your day. 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Cause I promise you both of the intros that I've made, whether it was for red pill revolution or for the Adams archive is kind of a banger, kind of a banger should have been a music producer, but here I am talking nonetheless. All right, let's go ahead and jump into it. The very first article that we're going to discuss the very first conversation that we're going to have today is about Julian Assange,  Julian Assange, the leader and  whistleblower who has.  Unloaded a treasure trove of government and corporate corruption over  years and years and years of WikiLeaks has since fled the country, fleeing for his life while the full force of the government, the FBI, the CIA, manhunt, manhunt, manhunt going after this man.  And he would be put away for life, but he's been finding himself in Australia,  interesting enough, um, who has been sheltering him without extradition to the United States. And now Joe Biden is saying that he's considering dropping the prosecution against Julian Assange.  After a request from Australia. Now, this man should have been pardoned long ago.  This man should have been pardoned by Trump.  This man should have been pardoned by Obama. Right? The list goes on.  This man should have been pardoned long ago. There's no reason. Somebody  The only time The true case of authoritarianism is a government that cannot be questioned. And that's what Julian  Assange did. He questioned the government. He questioned their intentions. And not only did he question them, but he exposed them for what they were. He exposed them for all of the corruption, all of the surveillance activities, everything that they were doing that was horrific. You know, you go to wikileaks. com Or org or something right now. I was actually looking at their archives today. There's a unbelievable list of all of these situations where the government was doing things that it shouldn't have done. From the Guantanamo Bay,  uh, interrogation, what is it, enhanced interrogation techniques. Like so many of these things that were atrocious acts by our government that he exposed. Rightfully, you were doing illegal acts. You should be exposed for those illegal acts. This man exposed you for the illegal acts that you were committing, and now you want to go throw him in jail for committing, for, for, for exposing you. That's authoritarianism. That's abuse.  That's abusive behavior.  That isn't the act of an abuser, right?  So I would say this is the best thing that Joe Biden has  considered. This is the best possible thing. If Joe Biden did this one thing, I would scream the praises of Joe Biden from a mountaintop  for about two minutes, but nonetheless, I would still scream is my praise from a mountaintop and it would be that Joe Biden. Pardons Julian Assange.  And so let's go ahead and read this article. It says U S president, Joe Biden says the U S is considering dropping his persecution or prosecution, same thing against WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange. For years, Australia has called on the U S to drop its prosecution against Assange, an Australian citizen who has fought U S extradition efforts from prison in the UK asked about the request on Wednesday, as he hosted Japanese prime minister, Fumio Kishida. For an official visit, Biden said, we're considering it. Hmm. Interesting.  Very interesting.  Assange has been indicted on 17 espionage charges and one charge of computer misuse over his website's publication of a trove of classified U. S. documents almost 15 years ago. American prosecutors allege encouraged and helped U. S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning steal diplomatic cables and military files that Wikileaks  Or WikiLeaks published putting lives at risk. I want you to point me to one person who died within the government as a result of Julian Assange exposing the government and their corruption. Australia argues that there is a disconnect between the US treatment of Assange and Manning.  Then US President Barack Obama commuted Manning's 35 year sentence to seven years, which allowed her release in 2017. Assange's supporters say he is a journalist protected by the First Amendment, absolutely correct, who exposed US military wrongdoing in Iraq and Afghanistan that was in the public interest. Correct. Assange's wife, Stella Assange, has said that WikiLeaks founder is being persecuted because he exposed the true cost of war in human lives. Absolutely correct. She has said that his health continues to deteriorate in prison and she fears he'll die behind bars. A British court ruled last month that Assange can't be extradited to the United States on espionage charges unless U. S. authorities guarantee he won't get the death penalty.  Wow.  The death penalty for telling the truth.  What kind of world do we live in?  That's so crazy that they would even consider that for exposing the truth, exposing corruption, exposing war crimes, exposing an enhanced interrogation.  Right? Hmm.  So there you go. That would be amazing. That would be a great precedence to set. If you find corruption and you expose corruption, you should be celebrated, not given the death penalty.  Very straightforward. So I hope that happens. I will be  So excited to hear if that happens. Like I said, that is the one thing that Joe Biden could do that you would hear my praise about is pardon, Julian Assange,  maybe Snowden to throw him on the list, throw him on the list, and then I'll be very happy. Right. So  I hope to see it happen. I hope to see it happen soon. Joe Biden is leaving office office, you know, somewhat, uh, in the near future. And that would be pretty incredible to see that that man walks free.  Alright, next situation. This is quite the segue.  The godfather of AI warns us of death. Battle Robots!  Now, when I think Battle Robots, I don't know if you remember this, but there used to be the Battle Bots, I think, or Battle Bots Arena, or something like that, where all these kids would like, I say kids, they were probably like 35 year old nerds, awesome nerds, by the way, because the show was Sweet, but they would create these little Circular like Roomba looking things, but they would throw razor blades on them and like little mini chainsaws and like little I don't know missiles or some shit  They would have saws on the side of them and like it was the craziest thing ever game show ever where they would literally physically fight these little tiny robots on remote controllers. I mean, essentially, they were like glorified little RC cars with knives, which I guess is pretty terrifying in itself. But that's what comes to mind. When I think of this, I'm sure you remember that if you are over the age of I don't know. Twenty six. Twenty seven.  I think it was even on like Nickelodeon or something at one point. Like a Nick at night. I don't know.  I'm gonna have to go back and watch some of those. Anyways, the technology is becoming more intelligent than people and could take over. Geoffrey Hinton says.  Hmm. The world can encounter, the world could encounter major disasters before the use of artificial intelligent weapons is regulated in a proper manner according to Turing award winning scientist Geoffrey Hinton, seen as a pioneer of the AI technology.  The former Google engineer who quit the company last year compared the use of the technology for military purposes to chemical weapons deployment. And I'm going to go ahead and throw this article up for you here so you can follow along with me. And if you can't see it, that's because you're listening and not watching. And if you want to watch, you can head over to YouTube right now and type in The Adams Archive and you'll find me. Maybe not, because  of all the platforms, for some reason, YouTube seems to hate me the most.  But head over there, you can actually follow along on the articles as I'm scrolling through these and see them with your own eyes. But if you're driving, don't do that. Just keep listening to my silky smooth voice.  The former Google engineer who quit the company last year compared the use of the technology for military purposes. I just read that, uh, to chemical weapons deployment, warning that very nasty things will occur before the global community arrives at the comprehensive agreement comparable to the Geneva conventions. And I totally agree with that. I can absolutely see that happening. The third I spoke about is the existential threat.  Professor Hinton said on Tuesday in an interview with the Irish broadcaster RTE News, emphasizing that these things will get much more intelligent than us, and they will take over.  I'm gonna read that again.  The man who essentially is called the, the man called the Godfather of AI, just said that these things will get much more intelligent than us.  And they will take  over.  The computer scientists highlighted the impact of AI on disinformation and job displacement and also on weapons of the future. One of the threats is battle robots, which will make it much easier for rich countries to wage war on smaller, poorer countries, and they are going to be very nasty, and I think they are inevitably going to be. And we see that kind of with the way that you see drone strikes, like the drone strike thing has completely changed the war landscape that we've seen between the war in Ukraine, uh, what we're seeing in Israel, like.  Drones have changed the game. You can sit back in some hut somewhere and some, you know, trailer in a military base and fly a, fly a  plastic plane over somebody and then blow them up or kill them, uh, pretty wild stuff. So yeah, if you think about how much that has changed warfare.  Now think about how sentient ish AI  robots armed with machine guns. With immediate reaction  times and unbelievable strength and perfect accuracy.  Yeah, that's terrifying.  One of the threats is battle robots. Just said that he urged governments to put pressure on tech majors, and, uh, especially in California to conduct in depth research on the safety of AI technology, rather than it being an afterthought there should, there should be government incentives to ensure companies put a lot of work into safety. And some of that is happening. Now, the scientists also highlighted huge benefits that AI can bring to humanity, particularly in healthcare, adding that one does not, that he does not regret any of his contributions to the technology. Despite the mounting interest in AI, several high profile picture, uh, picture figures, wow, in the tech industry have warned about the potential dangers posed by the unregulated adoption of the technology.  Hinton, who quit Google last year, has waged a media campaign to warn of the risks. Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Apple co founder Steve Wozniak and Joshua  Bengio, who is considered an AI pioneer  for his work on neural networks, were among the top industry figures to co sign a letter last year calling for aggressive regulation of the AI sector.  Now I'll stop reading that to you and tell you this,  AI battle robots could be a very bad thing for humanity. like probably humanity ending  or it could also be very good for war. And by good for war, you know, my stance on war by now, I think it's useless. I think, but I also think that it will not go away. War is not going to go away. So to me, I had this thought the other day.  And there was an interesting little rabbit hole I found myself down where, think about this. What if AI robots  were now the only soldiers in major wars?  If you think about it, if their reaction time is way better, if they're literally unkillable, if they are extremely strong compared to humans, they're way faster than us, their accuracy is perfect, they have AI algorithms telling them exactly when a threat goes to reach for anything at any time. They can kill you from like, two miles away, probably like, it's just literally not going to be a fair fight.  So during the time, maybe the near future, the near ish future,  we're going to develop these weapons. If we haven't already, and my hunch would be that we already have, but if we haven't developed this already in the very near future, robots, AI battle bots are essentially going to take over the battlefield.  Now, if they do that,  and we're in wars with other countries who have essentially replaced their entire fighting force with robots, AI robots,  then what if the war was entirely fought between robots? Because essentially, what you're saying is establishing absolute dominance, because if our robots can kill your robots, and our robots could definitely kill all your people,  right? There's no contest, there's no conversation, right? So if our robots just obliterate China's, then China knows that we could essentially just have our robots kill all of them instantaneously or something like that, complete control, right? So, What if wars were no longer fought with people? What if they were only fought with robots in a safe arena esque  type of situation? 10 on 10, let's say.  10 US robots versus 10 Chinese robots, and they just fight it out in an arena because then we essentially know we don't need hundreds of thousands of these robots. But if we could just come to a gentleman's agreement,  That once the, once the octagon shuts and the robots fire, fire up their engines and whoever is the last robot standing, that country wins the war. Cause we already know the end result would be if you take that to its furthest extent, that their technology is better. And as a result of your technology being better, you could essentially kill everybody within our country, or we could kill everybody within your country.  Interesting thought experiment. And I kind of just want to see AI BattleBot war arenas as a sport, like betting and like drinking on the sidelines to, you know, two different jerseys, USA flags in the background, China with their, you know, little dinky Chinese flag. And, and, you know, we're drinking beer and they're doing math equations  on the sidelines. I don't know, however far you want to take that analogy. I think it's a cool one. I don't think it's the utopia that's gonna come of this, but nonetheless it's a fun thought experiment. But it does seem to make some rational sense that it could get to that point.  There's a sci fi book there you could write, but if you do, at least attribute me in your, you know,  your acknowledgments.  Anyways, that's,  that's the side tangent when it comes to AI battle bots. Uh, but that's terrifying. Robots could potentially kill us all. I don't know what I think is a bigger threat, whether it be AI or, you know, You know, nuclear bombs, the problem with that scenario that I just gave you, though, is it's not going to be nearly equal, right? There's still countries who haven't figured out nuclear bombs, right? They don't have the nuclear stockpile that we or Russia or China does. And so if we send these battle bots into, I don't know, Afghanistan or  a place where they don't exactly have that much It's not fair. It's just  complete dominance and control. There's nothing you can do. Go watch Terminator. You know where it goes from there.  Now on a completely different note, going from non sentient metal objects that are going to act sentient and have the possibility of, I don't know. murdering us all. There's also this flip side of things, maybe equally as terrifying,  which is that I came across this article the other day that said that plants scream  while they're being harvested.  This new study finds. Now there's something about scream and harvested in the same sentence. That just doesn't quite sit right with me. Now I'm not saying I'm going to go vegan,  but I think you're given some vegans, some more ammunition. So let's go ahead and read this article. Um, I actually came across this cool website, Indy 100.  com. I find a bunch of different websites to source some of my news articles and try to do some research for you guys. And this one had some, it had like the top 100 articles and discussions that are being had. Seems like a cool way to kind of source some, some interesting material and find some conversations. So check it out. Indie100. com.  No association. Um,  vegetarians, we're afraid we've got some news.  Vegetarians, we're afraid we've got some news that you're probably not going to like. Plants emit sounds  akin to screams. When they're distressed, according to a new study, I actually got it backwards in the way that I said that a little bit earlier. Yeah.  I guess this is ammunition for carnivores, not vegans.  It  plants emit screams when they're distressed. According to a new study,  I have the most terrifying visual picture in my head right now of a little baby plant, just screaming, uh, they allegedly produce clicking noises that humans can't hear without the use of scientific equipment. Research has found the research, which was published in, uh,  cell back in 2023 showed that plants produce these noises in times of acute distress.  Lilac Hadany is an evolutionary biologist at Tel Aviv University. Hadany said, even in a quiet field there are actually sounds that we don't hear, and those sounds carry meaning.  There are animals that can hear these sounds, so there is the possibility that a lot of acoustic interaction is occurring. Plants interact with insects and other animals all the time, and many of these organisms use sound for communication.  So it would be very suboptimal  for plants not to use sound at all. That makes sense. The findings show that plants which are distressed have incredibly high pitched popping noises, while unstressed plants do not emit these noises. emit these noises. The study's definition of distressed includes plants that were having their stems cut or were dehydrated.  However, it's not yet clear how the plants produce these noises. Now that we know that plants do emit sounds, the next question is, who does? Might be listening.  We are currently investigating the responses of other organisms, both plants and animals, to these sounds and we're also exploring our ability to identify and interpret the sounds in completely natural environments. Comes after a new study suggests that Western industrial diets may be changing the ways that humans digest plants. As modern diets lack fiber, cellulose found in fruits and vegetables is changing. Hmm.  All right.  So, that's a terrifying mental image, and now I feel a little bad for, you know, all the, all the weeds that I ripped out of the, the concrete when I was in the military. Um, anyways,  yeah, so now when a vegan comes to you and says, oh, you're hurting those animals. Well, just let them know that plants scream when they eat them,  literally, according to this study.  I don't really know where to take this from here. It just seemed pretty terrifying. And I had a lot of weird mental images of plants screaming while, while somebody was eating a, I don't know,  one of them anyways,  really not a ton of places to go from there, but I'm just letting you know, that's more of an FYI than a discussion piece.  Now, it is a discussion piece is the fact that Alex Jones has now come out and said that he's going to be pursuing a lawsuit against the FBI and the CIA for conducting a essentially a hit job on him, including the 1 billion settlement that he was forced to make. Now, it says.  Let's go ahead and see which one we should start with.  Alright, it says that Alex Jones, Alex Jones joined Louder with Crowder Wednesday to discuss the massive expose by Sound Investigations,  showing a CIA operator Or CIA operatives admission that the FBI and CIA vindictively targeted Jones for destruction. Jones explained the footage could significantly bolster a free speech lawsuit against the federal agencies for a violation of his civil rights, with which he's hoping tech entrepreneur Elon Musk could assist since the law firms coming after Jones are the same coming after Musk. Now I do want to look a little bit into the sound investigations because it was very very Project Veritas esque.  So let's go ahead and we'll take a look at them in just a minute. But this is from Sound Investigations. If you go to Twitter it's Sound I N V E S T I G is their handle. So. Sound investig.  Says breaking CIA officer, former FBI boss, uh, boss can put anyone in jail. Set them up. We call it a nudge.  FBI did what we wanted with Alex Jones. He took his money away, chopped his legs off. Estimates 20 undercover FBI agents at January 6th, works with some of them now at the CIA. Whoa. Let's watch this video.  You can kind of put anyone in jail if you know what to do. How? You set them up. Does the bureau practice entrapment a lot? Yeah. We get really close. We call it a nudge. A nudge. A nudge. Mmm. Sometimes you just gotta give them a quick little,  just to see what happens. Sometimes you like to fuse and just wait for it to follow. Nothing.  Sometimes you just gotta give them a quick little Just to see what happens. We're putting up a fake social media thing to like really get people mad. Alex Jones? Yeah, so, we were after him. You are? He did what we wanted.  Which was what?  Took his money away. Chop his legs off. Took his money away, chopped his legs, is a contracting officer at the CIAO. Lennis. Worked for the FBI in 2021 and 2022 in the San Diego office. Moved on to Homeland Security where he conducted asylum interviews at the southern border and now works for the CIA managing multimillion dollar contracts across government agencies and private.  I work for, um, I work like this, um,  I'm not supposed to tell people any job. If I say intelligence, what do you think?  CIA? Yep. Oh, you work for the CIA? I do.  That's incredible.  That is the worst  CIA  officer ever.  So I work in a field where you're like, not really supposed to tell people what to, what you do.  But when I say intelligence, you say  central intelligence. agency?  Yeah.  Wow, you're a tough cookie to crack.  That is the nation's best my friend. Let's listen to that one more time because that was amazing.  Sector Vendors. I work for, um, I work at this, um,  I'm not supposed to tell people. You're not supposed to tell intelligence. What do you think? CIA? Yep. You work for the CIA? That's me. I do work for the contracting officer.  So I deal a lot with, like,  different agencies. We're contracting with, like, uh, Directorate of National Intelligence to do stuff. We do Navy, Army,  many of them, really. I just, FBI, I used to work for the FBI, so. We went through the FBI, Abby. They're like, here, you used to work there. Oh, I'm permanent. I'm staff. I'm good. Well, why do they call it contracting? Because I do the contracting for them. I do all the legal contracts.  I fly out to vendors and evaluate them. I love the agency.  I like the Bureau too. The Bureau was a lot of fun. I got to do a lot of cool stuff at the Bureau. I was the guy in the back of the truck in the van.  Oblenus spoke to an Undercover Sound Investigations reporter about his work experience involving near entrapment and his employers involvement with political commentator Alex Jones legal battles. As long as the Bureau is able to  progress far enough to be able to put pro lifers in jail whenever they want. Yeah.  You think that's on the agenda? We can, we can  You can kind of put anyone in jail if you know what to do. How? You set them up.  You create the situation to where they have no choice but to act on their impulse. And once they act on that impulse, then we call that entrapment.  It's a fine line.  Does the Bureau practice entrapment a lot?  We get really close. Not officially? No. We get as close as we can.  We get as close as we can to it without doing it. So they can entrap some of these pro lifers into doing things that they don't care about. Japan gang, yeah.  We call it a nudge. A nudge. We call it a nudge.  Mmm. Sometimes you just gotta get a quick little, just to see what happens, right? And how does that happen?  You put a post out there, or you have someone fake it. Profile, say something that triggers, that we know is going to trigger one, right? Like, we, we already know your history. If we're to that point, we already know everything about you. So we're like, oh, this'll piss them off. Oh. Sometimes you like to fuse and just wait for it to follow, right? Like a railing. Like a, oh. So when a railing happens, then sometimes the bureau behind it Yeah, sometimes.  So that's interesting. So  he's saying essentially that they would put out social media posts to try to get certain individuals to bite on it.  I'm not sure how you could put somebody in jail for a reaction to a social media post.  Not sure what he would be alluding to there, but the fact that a CIA intelligence  contracting officer just stated basically publicly and without any friction that the CIA conducts nudges or entrapment campaigns around people they disagree with the ideologies of That's pretty concerning Make an influence that you're influencer that you're after you like a  I don't know like um  I don't even know these names. Like a Fox News person, or like a Tucker Carlson, or like a Uh, oh, I'm sure he's  Right.  The youngest one's I think that's the loudest.  Like that, what was his name? The one that said, uh,  the, uh, San Diego didn't happen. Alex Jones. Yeah, so, we were after him. You are? Are you still after him? Yeah. Why? Because he's broke. He got found guilty. And had to pay like a hundred million dollars.  So what, why were you after him? We're not anymore. Just to get the money for them? Yeah.  Was that court case used? Was that a CIA case? Sure it was. That was an agency thing? Well, actually it was a defamation case. So it's a civil, not  government.  But we were looking at all of his followers, commenting, following, like, who's that gonna make us take the break?  So, even though it's technically not our, well, not the agency, definitely, but the Bureau, for instance.  Yeah, that's not our purview. It's a civil,  it's a civil matter.  But, since they got all this access to his stuff, and it's  there,  what can we go find?  And did you find anything? I can't tell you. Oh, God.  But,  so, you know, it's just kind of like, you know,  Realize the opportunity that you have so with Alex Jones  So he's essentially saying that during the civil case. They got access to all of his documentation over the Sandy Hook allegations And I'm sure you can't point to one thing Alex Jones said that pissed off the CIA It was probably a lot of things but within that list of things was obviously that the ability to find the silliest things  potential civil legal case to completely bankrupt a man who was just doing his job in trying to expose potential corruption and mass weaponization of  proven tactics that have been absolutely leveraged and at least proposed to be leveraged, right? If you go back to Operation Northwoods with the CIA, they proposed and it went all the way up to the president. To conduct fake mass shootings, one literally on a military base. And they were actually going to pay people to conduct it.  Right? So not faking a mass shooting, that's far more difficult than actually doing the mass shooting.  Right?  When you looked at the situation in Russia, what happened? They found people who were broke. Right? Maybe this was, maybe it wasn't the CIA. But maybe it was the CIA. Mm hmm.  Who has a track record of potentially finding people who are in a position that they can then bribe to do an act that would be in line with what they would want to see happen to cause something that they want to cause. And then they find them on telegram and then they convince them to do the thing through words and money and enablement, right? Just a little nudge, just a nudge, right? So  in the case of Sandy Hook, right?  The dumbest thing they could have done, the dumbest thing anybody could have done, was try to fake it like a movie, right? That's just, there's so many loose ends.  It's far easier to convince somebody who's already on a bunch of psychological medications, who's already, you know, maybe having some sort of mental breakdown, who's already talking about it on forums to just Yeah, what if this did happen? What if this showed up at your house tomorrow? What if I gave you plans to conduct that, right? Like, there's a lot of ways to do it without  creating a Hollywood movie scene, right? This isn't the moon landing.  Right? So this man is literally admitting here that what they did was they weaponized the government.  Right? Weaponize the CIA. Weaponize the FBI. Weaponize the judicial system in order to gain  insight, dirt, and knowledge.  And then go after Alex Jones, cut him off at the legs, which means the judge who conducted it, the prosecutors, all of that should be appealed at this point with this new evidence.  You were watching him long before anything ended up happening? Probably. It wasn't my office, but I mean, we would have been well aware of what he was doing. And the goal with him was what? Just to bankrupt him?  Oh, pretty much. And we let the families do it.  What? We let the families do it. Were they encouraged to do that by the Bureau? Like nudged? We don't encourage people, but like, we just say, there's no federal  statute being broken. But you do have the option for a civil,  for a civil case. And it's a pretty good case.  In our opinion.  So, oh, that makes so much sense. I have a cousin who's a lawyer.  So that's a lot of these cases, they're kind of encouraged by the FBI? Yeah, like,  there's nothing federally, federal law we can  Interesting.  Let's see. Just gonna kind of scrub through here so I'm not making you listen to this loud background  restaurant.  But, let's see if there's anything better.  Oh, here we go. January 6th, then we'll move on. Alright, here we go.  Maybe it
Hollywood Horrors: P. Diddy is the New Epstein, Joe Rogan's Murderous Guest & Ryan Garcia Exposes Elites
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Hollywood Horrors: P. Diddy is the New Epstein, Joe Rogan's Murderous Guest & Ryan Garcia Exposes Elites
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"Adams Archive" is more than just a podcast—it's your gateway to the stories that matter. ----more---- Full Transcription   b Adams Archive.  Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we're going to discuss some pretty wild events. Now it's been a few weeks since our last episode and I'd like to formally apologize to you for that.  Life gets in the way. Some new adventures that I have been pursuing simultaneously. So just trying to juggle it all while we go through some changes. Here on the Adams archive as well. So thank you for sticking around. I'm glad you're here today because we're going to discuss some wild shit, and I will even give you the update on everything that I've been working on in the background. And if you follow me on social media, you might be privy to it already. So we'll discuss that, which is pretty cool. But first, we're going to discuss Joe Rogan having a guest on just one month ago, who has now been found  to have had a severed head in his freezer. Thanks  So we'll discuss that,  obviously.  The next thing we're going to discuss is going to be the bill that may make TikTok unavailable in the United States as it quickly advances in the House. Now, this isn't a new idea. This is something that's been discussed before. This is bills that were presented by Donald Trump prior to this. This is no new conversation, but we'll discuss why it might be interesting in the conversation today.  After that, we're going to have a discussion about some deeper and a little bit darker topics.  And as always, the more you stick around, the darker and deeper things generally get. So as we segue from those conversations, we're going to move into a conversation about a few more recent celebrities that are exposing the elites the same way that  Jeffrey Epstein did. Now, in a couple of different manners, one calling it out in a way that is  seemingly,  I would say positive, you know, positive in the meaning that they are not a part of it, and the other  being a part of it. And you may know these names, one being the famous boxer Ryan Garcia, and the other being P. Diddy.  Some pretty crazy stuff going on there, which is  Stuff we'll get into. I'll give you a brief synopsis, which is the fact that Ryan Garcia, famous boxer, young,  good looking dude, 200  something boxing matches, unbelievable boxer, has had a recent tirade on X where he just goes off about Bohemian Grove, saying that he was tied up by guys in black robes and made to watch some horrific events.  Again, at Bohemian Grove. So. pretty crazy stuff. We'll look at the tweets, we'll look at the videos that he actually talks about these things, and that will move us into a conversation about P Diddy. P Diddy is having a more recent judicial situation where a former producer that he worked with, Lil Rod, seems to be the all time worst rapper name ever.  It almost seems satirical, but I digress.  Lil Rod  has filed a lawsuit against P. Diddy as well as Universal Records and a bunch of other people in association with what seems to be a honeypot Trap, similar to what Jeffrey Epstein was doing. And they actually named Jeffrey Epstein in the doc documents in the court documents of this 73 page document, which I'll actually walk you through. I have it. I highlighted that I went through it, did my research for you guys. So I will share all of that with you as well in the show notes today. So you can actually take a look at it. All right, then.  That's it. All right. So that will be our discussion for today. Go ahead, hit the subscribe button, leave a five star review. And before I jump into it, let me tell you what I've been up to. 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The very first topic that we're gonna be discussing today is going to be  that Joe Rogan had a guest on his podcast just one month ago, who has now had been found to have a severed head in his freezer,  along with a torso in a bla or a blue. bin that he was toting around that there's photo evidence of him Toting this bin around through a door. So let's go ahead and read this article And let's find out what this is really about now the individual in question here  with somebody who is a former,  former inmate, and he's, was on the podcast with Josh Dubin, and I've actually loved the podcast with Joe Rogan and Josh Dubin, where essentially what he does, Josh Dubin is a advocate and a lawyer who basically brings on people who are wrongful convictions. and gets them out of jail and then starts this conversation about wrongful convictions and, and how a large percentage of individuals who are in jail right now could very well be innocent. And so they, his organization does an amazing thing, which they go through all of the, the different cases that they're sent. They do some deep dives into the information that are there, and then they help get these people out, which is an amazing thing. I love the work that Josh Dubin does,  but.  Maybe in this instance, they should have left this guy in jail. Okay. So Sheldon Johnson, a former Joe Rogan show guest is a 48 year old youth counselor for the Queens defenders who spent 25 years in prison for attempted murder and robbery.  And he was introduced on the Joe Rogan experience in February by his friend,  Perlmutter Center from Legal Justice executive director, Josh Dubin.  And he was saying that he was a marvelous human being who was wronged by the system. Johnson was also photographed shaking hands with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.  However, less than a year after his release from prison, Johnson was arrested in New York on Thursday after police found a severed head in his apartment freezer and a torso stashed in a bin. The  victim, identified as 44 year old Colin Small, spent time in the same prison as Johnson and may have had a beef with him, according to the New York Post. Small was reportedly heard by neighbors pleading for his life on Tuesday evening before several gunshots rang out. In security footage following the incident, Johnson could be seen carrying cleaning supplies in a blue bin to the apartment where Small's remains were found, before leaving in a blonde wig.  Great disguise.  Rogan received criticism from viewers when the episode with Johnson aired with critics accusing Rogan and Dubin of downplaying Johnson's violent criminal history.  Very  interesting  Now, I'm pretty sure I've listened to this episode I know I've listened to several episodes with Josh Dubin and again really like the work that he's done I'm not sure if this is the individual that I'm thinking of that I listened to last  But I'll definitely go back and listen to this one because this is a wild situation, right? It's like Even if this guy wasn't guilty and maybe this is the argument that could be made around this is that jail prison time  Makes you a terrible person it can find you it turns you into an animal All you are is surrounded by people who are violent criminals who are absolutely the the  And even, and this isn't to detract from the fact that there are wrongful convictions, and that the for profit prison system is the absolute worst thing in the world, that causes hundreds of thousands, if not millions of families a year to be in agony, agony,  for no good reason. I've stated my positions on the justice system before,  as somebody who was, you know, planning on going into the justice system and becoming a lawyer, criminal defense lawyer, my take on the entirety of this. And the reason I wanted to go be a criminal defense lawyer is because I don't believe in the justice system in the way that it stands today. I believe there's so many wrongful convictions. And I feel like even the ones that are convicted, are generally convicted for profitable corporations, and not because it's a true way to help them better themselves and their lives and be a better person for themselves. In society. I don't think that happens. I think there's a very, very marginal percentage of people that come out of jail as a better person or come out of prison as a better person as when they went in there.  I just don't think it happens. There's no system, there's no processes in place that cause that to be the case. There's no reform that's happening. It's a place to essentially imprison people, to throw them in a jail cell and allow them to be a number that corporations can profit off of. And so, to me  In this situation, let's go back to the original discussion being had here, which is that in this situation, even if he wasn't guilty here, even if he wasn't an attempted murderer, as he was convicted for prior to him getting out for a wrongful conviction, they very well, in prison, could have made him this way, just shown by the fact that the person that he went after and murdered was actually somebody that went to jail with him, went to prison with him. And so, that to me, it shows that like,  It didn't help, did it? Even if he, and let's just say he wasn't the person who committed that initial crime, it made him the type of person that they made him out to be to begin with. Even if he wasn't. And he probably was, now that we know he's this type of, he's got this in him. That's some gangster shit, but  for sure, for sure, Seems like he did this one. I don't think he's getting out of this one at all. All right. So a pretty wild situation. I wonder what this I wonder what Joe Rogan's response will be to this because that's a not a good look for Josh Dubin. I wonder what Josh Dubin's response to this as I wonder if he's come out and had some some conversations because Joe Rogan as there's very few guests that Joe Rogan has said or had on consistently. Joe Rogan has Josh Dubin on his podcast at least once a quarter.  And he says that he does that because he believes in the cause. He says that he does that because he believes that there is a injustice happening in our justice system. Absolutely is. And I agree with him 100%.  This isn't a good look though.  There's probably, there's probably I don't know, a hundred situations that could have been bad that couldn't have been this bad of a look for them.  So anyways, wild situation. I'm sure there's going to be more information that comes out in this. There was some photos that leaked that showed this,  Interesting stuff. So  I didn't go and find any clips. I doubt there's going to be anything that like alludes to this or is even interesting compared to this. But, I would say you should still go check out Josh Dubin's situation and his organization that he leads there. Because they still do good stuff despite, I don't know,  getting a man out of prison who severed another man's head.  Not a good look.  Anyways, all right. So the next thing that we're going to discuss here is going to be that there is a new bill looking to ban tick tock  and, and it says the measure gained the support of house speaker, Mike Johnson on Thursday and could soon come up for a full vote in the house. I don't know why I said vote like that vote. Podcast when this happened. A couple years ago, and I'll tell you my position on this. I haven't read really much into this. We'll read it together and we'll, we'll kind of have a real reaction for you here. Cause I don't know the context of this bill or why they're trying to pass it  personally.  I do know that the last time it was because there's like military and, and espionage happening in there and situations where they're tracking our military members and leveraging the data against them. And, and they believe that it's a security issue with our own civilians, that they're gathering all this data and they're, they're infiltrating our youth and putting in all of these themes of like terrible  societal constructs that are, are degrading our society as a whole.  I don't disagree with any of those, but I also don't think that tick tocks the only one doing that and I also think that if our government is going out of their way to pass a bill because they're concerned about the security measures and the spying and the,  the, the utilization of data weaponization of data, right? So if our government's concerned about China weaponizing tick tocks data against our citizens and surveilling us.  utilizing that technology. What I should be far more concerned about and what you should be far more concerned about is the fact that our government uses every social media platform to do the very same thing. They just don't like it when other people do it to us too. It's like, if they're concerned about other other governments weaponizing social media against our citizens,  it's because they're already doing it. It's because they know what they can do with that. Information and we already know that they're connected, right? We already know the information came out about the FBI connections with Facebook Instagram Surrounding the election. We already know that they essentially had the the twitter files and stuff you know after the twitter files were released that they were working with all of the three letter agencies and the government organizations and the White house and they all had a basically a secret email thread where they were telling people a specific post to take down and I'm sure several of mine were one of them Absolutely, because the second I posted a video about  Hunter Biden and the whole situation, I think I pulled it from InfoWars, and I reposted it on my Instagram, I was vanished, gone. So shadowbanned for I think about seven or eight months. It really like crushed my momentum. With the podcast with the Instagram with everything very disheartening it hurt my feelings a bit But I bet say about eight months you couldn't search my account. You couldn't find any of my videos there would get no view It was terrible. I had like 30 something thousand followers at the time. It wasn't like I did nobody followed me. It was pretty wild  But anyways, let's go ahead and read this bill. That's my take on it is essentially if they're concerned about it Somebody else doing it to us. It's because they already know and are doing it ten times worse than what they're doing it They're thinking China's doing it to us for right. Anyways, a bill that could lead to the popular video sharing app. TikTok being unavailable in the United States is quickly gaining traction in the house as lawmakers voiced their concerns about the potential for the platform to surveil and manipulate Americans. Could you imagine a government surveilling and manipulating American citizens with social media platforms?  No way.  Say it ain't so. We better get that TikTok out of here. Because there's no way our American social media platforms do that to us. It's only those Chinese communists over there that that surveil and manipulate Americans with social media.  The measure gained support of House Speaker Mike Johnson and could soon come up for a full vote in the House. The bill advanced out of committee Thursday and unanimous bipartisan vote 50 to nothing. Wow.  I find a another bill that's passed like that in a while. The White House has provided technical support in the drafting of the bill. The White House Press Secretary Kain Jean Pierre said that TikTok legislation still needs some work to get to a place where the President, Joe Biden will endorse it.  Yeah, because you know, if you go read that bill right now, it's probably like, yeah, we'll ban TikTok and we'll also allow another 3 million immigrants to come into our country and also vote.  The bill takes a two pronged approach. First, it would require ByteDance, which is  based in Beijing, to divest TikTok and other applications it  controls within 180 days of enactment of the bill. Or those applications will be prohibited in the United States. Second, it creates a narrow process to let the executive branch prohibit access to an app owned by a foreign adversary if it possesses a threat to national security. It's an important bipartisan measure to take on China, our largest geo geopolitical foe, which is actively undermining our economy and security.  I think we're actively undermining our economy and our security.  Just as much as China is. Our critics also claim the app could be used to spread misinformation beneficial to Beijing. Former President Donald Trump attempted to ban TikTok through executive order, but the courts blocked the action after TikTok sued, arguing that actions would violate free speech and due process rights.  Hmm. So interesting that all these things that Donald Trump tried to do four years ago Biden's trying to do now, build a wall. Don't do that. Well, now Biden's saying that we should build a wall. Ban TikTok. No, don't do that. Oh, well, now Biden's trying to ban TikTok. It's like everything that Trump foresaw and tried to attempt to do.  That was, Like defaced and demeaned by the Democrats is now being enacted as if it was their own idea. Just like how in the State of the Union Address, Joe Biden was sitting there acting like he wanted immigrants to not immigrate.  Jump over our border. Like  basically saying we're, we're going to protect our border. Like, Oh really? Cause you were the very person that allowed this to happen over the last two years. And now that we're coming up on an election and we have  essentially the same amount of illegal immigrants that have entered our country as the total population of 33 States.  That's how many immigrants that we have in our country today is the, They total up to the same amount of population that we have had over our borders in the last, since Joe Biden started in office, 33 states worth of populations of individuals that are now in our country, undocumented, illegal aliens.  Hmm.  Critics also claim that the app could be used to spread misinformation beneficial to Beijing. TikTok raised similar concerns about the legislation gaining momentum in the house.  This bill is an outright ban of TikTok, no matter how much the authors try to disguise it. This legislation will trample the First Amendment rights of 170 million Americans and deprive five million small businesses of a platform that they rely on to grow and create jobs, the company said. Yeah, I really don't think that  TikTok cares about the First Amendment, to be fair. The bill's author, Republican Mike Gallagher, the Republican chairman for the Special House Committee, focused on China, rejected TikTok's assertion of a ban. Rather, he said it's an effort to force a change in TikTok's ownership. He also took issue with TikTok urging some users to call their representatives and urge them to vote no on the bill. I did see that, that there was a big there was like a, a, a notification on TikTok,  That's having all of the users of TikTok send  or call their representatives. It says the notification that urged TikTok users to speak up now before your government strips 170 million Americans of their constitutional right to free expression. The notification also warns that the ban of TikTok would damage millions of businesses and destroy the lives of countless creators across the country. Today, it's about, it's about our bill, and it's not intimidating members considering that bill. But tomorrow it could be misinformation or lies about an election, about a war, about any number of things Gallagher said. This is why we can't take a chance of having a dominant news platform in America controlled or owned by a company that is behold of the Chinese Communist Party and their foremost adversary. Now, I don't disagree there. I just don't think that's the sentiment of this.  I just think that if you were concerned about that, you just, you know, honestly get rid of all social media platforms. Our world would be much better.  And I, this is an avid user of social media. That's how I've grown my podcast. That's how you know about me, likely.  Get rid of it. It'd be better for my children, it'd be better for your children, it'd be better for your grandchildren, it'd be better for our country. Get rid of all social media. It's a fucking cancer on our population, on our society as a whole. It's terrible for children, it's terrible for adults, it makes people lazy, it sucks up all of your time, and it hijacks your dopamine system so that you feel the need to, like,  I'm just as guilty of it, like, pffft. I try to be better about it, but just like everybody else, I'm just as guilty about it. And sometimes I sit there just and I go on tiktok. I go on instagram now and it's like just  Maybe the way that I you know, I consume my feed and and for this podcast and stuff, but it's just political bullshit  I don't know. What's more fake american politics or  Pro wrestling like it's it's so irritating even though a lot of the influencers a lot of the the top people in the Republican influencer space and the Democratic influencer space. They're all full of shit They're all being pushed to you know, say certain things about certain topics and they're all being paid to do So they're all terrible at marketing with their shitty t shirt companies. They're, they're all just repost bullshit videos that are regurgitated from other accounts without any value or narration on them. It's just trash, like,  trash, trash, trash, trash, trash. That's all social media is. And so, yeah, sure, ban TikTok, but ban Instagram and Meta and, and, you know, Axe, ban them all. Get rid of them. We don't need them. Let's, let's, let's use a fucking phone to call somebody instead, like, let's, let's go back, right? Like, you wanna talk about, you know  conservativism?  Let's get rid of those, get off my lawn! You know?  Anyways, as I get older, I just have come to accept the fact that I'm an angry old man.  And that's okay. I think that's probably the right way to be in today's society anyways.  All right.  Not sure what's going on there. Okay, cool. So let's move into the Ryan Garcia situation. So Ryan Garcia, professional boxer, has come out on, on a Instagram, or I'm sorry, a ex tirade, tirade, calling out celebrities. Dropping names like Oprah Winfrey, saying that he was tied down in a forest by men in black robes and forced to watch some horrific  acts conducted on children.  And I'm sorry, like trigger warning, whatever you want to say, there's some terrible stuff here, guys. I'm sorry. It's not like if you want to skip ahead 15 minutes, but it's, it's, it's  pretty serious stuff. So the Ryan Garcia. Pro boxer, very, very active, has a fight April 20th. Now some people are saying that he's doing this to promote his fight. I don't think so. If you hear this guy's voice and you know what he's going through right now,  I don't think that he's faking this for fight promotion. I also just don't think he's that smart. He's had 240 pro boxing matches. So he's probably has a lot of brain damage too. Now I don't think that means or diminishes anything that he's saying because everything he's saying we already know to be true. We know that. All of the celebrities and politicians and most powerful people in the world meet in Bohemian Grove, or at least they did.  Till it was infiltrated and now everybody knows where it's at and how to get there.  But at least they did, right? I think who was it?  It wasn't Kennedy. Was it Truman? I think it was Truman said that it was the most faggoty place on earth.  That is a direct quote from a former president that Bohemian Grove is the most faggoty place on earth. Excuse my 2020, you know 2010 language there's apparently we're not allowed to say that anymore, but the president said it So, you know blame him not me  anyways  And so what this, if you don't know about Bohemian Grove, it's a whole rabbit hole and I'm sure I've done a whole episode on it at least once, or had some deep dives into it. Essentially all these politicians and all these most powerful people in the world, very well known, been infiltrated, we know this happens, they all go there, they dress up in robes, they gather around this owl statue, this like 30 foot tall owl statue. Might be exaggerated, but it's probably pretty close to that huge owl statue. And then they light on fire while they're in a circle in their robes with masks on this effigy that is supposed to be a sacrifice to the owl God or Malak, right? The, the,  Baphomet, the, you know, the evil entities of the world. They're doing a satanic ritual out in the woods.  Very well known, well documented,  Go Google it. Alex Jones at one point infiltrated it with a video camera and found them doing this effigy, found it happening live. So you can go go do that research. It's there. It's real thing. Okay, so he talks about it and says that he was brought there, taken by men in black robes, and I'll let you him tell you  some of  it here. All right, here you go.  I don't give a fuck any.  Hold on one second here, guys.  Anymore  where  all right here we go. Hey, bro. All right. Talk to us. Oh, I don't give a fuck bro. They help Okay, and so this was after an initial release of, so I'll start from the beginning before I play this video for you. It needs a little bit of context. Ryan Garcia said that his phone was taken from him, that he was forced, his money was taken from him, all this stuff. He posted a video, like there was a video saying, it's kind of a weird situation, it was like, we got him, we slid his throat, something like that. On Ryan Garcia's Twitter, like they, they took over his Twitter. They said he still has his, their, his Instagram. We slit his throat, 666, Satan, the devil, whatever. It was like this super weird, random tweet that went out. Okay. That happened like 12 hours later, after some people thought he was dead. Ryan Garcia posts a video. And in this video, he looks completely disheveled. He looks like traumatized and he basically says, I'm okay, guys. I can't really talk about what's going on, but I'm okay. Just wanted to let you know, I'm not dead. Okay, then he starts to release information about Bohemian Grove and what these people did. Andrew Tate then goes on and says, let's do a live, I'll let you share your story. They jump on a live and here you go.  They made me watch little kids get raped. I don't give a fuck anymore.  Where?  Bro, they fucking took me to the fucking woods, bro, and they fucking tied I'm not fucking joking, bro. I have fucking proof, bro. I don't give a fuck.  Bro, I fucking will show you every fucking video you could ever fucking believe. Bohemian Grove is real. They fucking tied me down and they made me fucking watch, dawg. I absolutely don't give a fuck anymore. Yes, I fucking lost it. They're raping little kids. He doesn't want to take us all, so let's go. Come on, Ryan. He doesn't want to take us all. Bro, fuck this dude, dude. Who? Who? Bro, you know the higher elites, bro. You already know who they are, bro.  You know the path you're going down is dangerous, my friend. I don't give a fuck. I don't give a fuck. They can't touch me. I'm a god.  Well, that's the first point of contention, because I care about you a lot, and I can assure you, from my own personal experience, that they can touch you, which is the worst part about it. Bro, no, they can't, bro. Alright, so come touch me, you fucking bitch.  You have proof of these things on You have proof of this on your phone? Yes, of course I do.  The fuck you talking about? Of course. If Alex could get a fucking video from the Bohemian Grove, of course I could.  Well, I have to be careful what I say, because I'm in the middle of a judicial process right now. You want me to get you out of it? Bro, my door gets kicked in if I say what I'm thinking.  Okay, well I can help you get out of it if you want. I know people. Tell  everyone at home then. Start from the beginning. When did this happen? Where did this happen? What exactly did you see?  Why have you tweeted the things you've tweeted? Let people at home understand you. Because I don't give a fuck, bro. They rate me, right?  I was two years old, they rate me.  I have proof of that too. Why have you tweeted the things you've tweeted?  So you have to honestly appreciate Andrew Tate. Like, you know, I love everybody shits on Andrew Tate. I've shit on Andrew Tate rightfully in some situations, but you have to appreciate the way he's organizing Ryan's thoughts, right? He's obviously much more articulate, much better at  having a conversation than the emotionally heightened state, at least that Ryan's in right now. So again, you have to appreciate about how he's going about this. Even saying that, you know, be careful the path that you're going down, my friend, this is a dangerous one and they can touch you. You're not untouchable. You're not a God. They can get you.  And that's the scary part, he says. So here we go. Tweeted the things you've tweeted. Let people at home understand you a little bit more. Because I don't give a fuck, bro. They rate me, right?  I was two years old, they rate me.  I have proof of that too.  That's where it all started, bro.  Jeez.  Okay, you do know there's going to be certain people who believe and I'm Ryan, you know, I like you  speaking for years, you know, there's going to be people who believe you're just saying this because you've, I don't know, had a mental breakdown or taking drugs and you're repeating some of the things you've said on the internet and they're going to not believe you unless you come at it very coherently.  Andrew, Andrew, I'll go to the fucking Romania and take a drug test in front of your face. Bro, you don't want to come here.  You don't need to remain in jail. It's not your fight camp. But I'm just asking, like, you're gonna have to tell a far more coherent story from start to finish for people to truly understand that. What you're saying happened is what you saw and that this is not some sort of episode or anything else. This is my advice to you as a brother. I'm trying to make it, if you want people to believe you, you're gonna have to come along and explain from the absolute beginning exactly how it happened, who was involved, how you got there, what car you were in, where you were standing, everything.  Of course they're gonna want that and I have all the information possible. Okay, so when you're releasing it, how you're releasing it, or are you keeping it for yourself? Because it looks like you don't want to keep it for
Freedom on Trial: Tucker- Putin Interview, King Charles' Diagnosis & Terrifying Legal Precedents Set in Oxford Mass Shooting
Feb 8 2024
Freedom on Trial: Tucker- Putin Interview, King Charles' Diagnosis & Terrifying Legal Precedents Set in Oxford Mass Shooting
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I'm Happy with what it's been so far, but we have much more work to do. So happy 100th episode to all of you, all of the listeners, all of the audience, all of those who have supported any of my shows, appreciated any of the topics that I've discussed, whatever it is you rock. You're awesome. Thank you for being a part of this. I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart.  Let's go.  And I think that's the first time that I've ever used a soundboard. So if you're new here, just know that you'll probably never hear that again.  But thank you so much for being here. I appreciate you from the bottom of my heart. And I love doing this for you guys. So let's go ahead and jump into it. On today's episode, we're going to be discussing some pretty wild topics. So the one being that Tucker Carl is actually going to be releasing an interview with Vladimir Putin,  which if you know my stance on this stuff, I think that's incredible. That's called journalism. Who'd have thought there was still some real journalists around, but as a result of this, he's gotten tons and tons of negative, feedback, both from the UK, potentially sanctioning him from being put on an NGO list, which some people are calling a kill list in Ukraine, uh, some pretty wild stuff. So we will discuss all of that along with listening to the video by Tucker discussing the interview that he's going to be releasing.  Then we're going to segue into another topic, which is the fact that Bill  A bill in Hawaii could actually be the next state to boot Trump from the ballot,  and we will discuss that.  After that, we're going to move into the situation that is actually going down with Prince Charles.  Now King Charles, in his short reign, and he has been diagnosed with a life threatening disease. 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And all you have to do is go into Apple podcasts or Spotify, leave a five star review. You can write something nice. If you like, tell me your favorite episode out of the first 100 episodes that we've done, but we have many more to come. So hit that subscribe button, leave a five star review and  let's  jump  into it.  The Adams archive.   Alright, so the very first topic that we're going to discuss today is Tucker Carlson interviewed Vladimir Putin and the world is erupting in either positive or negative feedback for Tucker Carlson and some are going as far as entire nations trying to step up to the plate of stifling free speech and making sure that something like this, freedom of speech, never happens again.  Pretty wild stuff. So, here is the video. Let's go ahead and watch that first of Tucker Carlson preempting his interview.  He got all of this backlash,  and so he felt it was needed to come out and have a discussion about it. We're in Moscow to interview Vladimir Putin. Now I would say, in today's world, in the, the coal mine  that is American journalism, the only canary, the only voice of reason, the only light within the tunnel. It's Tucker Carlson. I cannot think of another mainstream, high, uh, high,  uh, I don't know what the word is, high visibility journalist would even compare to Tucker Carlson. He is the man, the man for a reason, they kicked him out for a reason. Because he was just not playing by the playbook of the, the Murdochs and the, the rich elite of the world that owned the companies that he had to play on. But guess what? Tucker Carlson realized something.  Bitch, this is 2024. I don't need to be on cable news. In fact, it would be much better for my career and my pocketbook. If I wasn't. So he moved to Axe, releases every one of his podcasts and interviews on Axe. He'll be doing the same with this one. He'll also be releasing it, I believe, on Rumble.  And Rumble has been one of the only platforms that said, We will not stifle this at all.  So has Elon Musk. So thank God for those two platforms, because they're one of the only places left for freedom of speech.  So let's, let's, let's hear it from his mouth.  And let's discuss it after that.  Here we go.    Warren in Moscow Tonight. We're here to interview the president of Russia. Vladimir Putin will be doing that soon. There are risks to conducting an interview like this, obviously, so we've thought about it carefully over many months. Here's why we're doing it.  First, because it's our job. We're in journalism. Our duty is to inform people.  Two years into a war that's reshaping the entire world, most Americans are not informed. They have no real idea what's happening in this region, here in Russia or 600 miles away in Ukraine. But they should know. They're paying for much of it, in ways they might not fully yet perceive.  The war in Ukraine is a human disaster. It's left hundreds of thousands of people dead, an entire generation of young Ukrainians.  And it's depopulated the largest country in Europe.  But the long term effects are even more profound.  This war has utterly reshaped the global military and trade alliances. And the sanctions that followed have as well. And in total, they have upended the world economy.  The post World War II economic order, the system that guaranteed prosperity in the West for more than 80 years, is coming apart very fast, and along with it the dominance of the U. S. dollar.  These are not small changes, they are history altering developments. They will define the lives of our grandchildren.  Most of the world understands this perfectly well, they can see it. Ask anyone in Asia or the Middle East what the future looks like.  And yet the populations of the English speaking countries seem mostly unaware. They think that as nothing has really changed. And they think that because no one has told them the truth. Their media outlets are corrupt. They lie to their readers and viewers. And they do that mostly by omission.  For example, since the day the war in Ukraine began, American media outlets have spoken to scores of people from Ukraine, and they have done scores of interviews with Ukrainian President Zelensky. We ourselves have put in a request for an interview with Zelensky, and we hope he accepts. But the interviews he's already done in the United States are not traditional interviews. They are fawning pep sessions specifically designed to amplify Zelensky's demand that the U. S. enter more deeply into a war in Eastern Europe and pay for it.  That is not journalism. It is government propaganda, propaganda of the ugliest kind, the kind that kills people.  At the same time our politicians and media outlets have been doing this,  promoting a foreign leader like he's a new consumer brand, not a single Western journalist has bothered to interview the president of the other country involved in this conflict, Vladimir Putin.  Most Americans have no idea why Putin invaded Ukraine, or what his goals are now. They've never heard his voice.  That's wrong.  Americans have a right to know all they can about a war they're implicated in. And we have the right to tell them about it because we are Americans too. Freedom of speech is our birthright. We were born with the right to say what we believe. That right cannot be taken away no matter who is in the White House.  But they're trying anyway. Almost three years ago, the Biden administration illegally spied on our text messages and then leaked the contents to their servants in the news media. They did this in order to stop a Putin interview that we were planning.  Last month, we're pretty certain they did exactly the same thing once again. But this time, we came to Moscow anyway.  We are not here because we love Vladimir Putin. We are here because we love the United States, and we want it to remain prosperous and free.  We paid for this trip ourselves. We took no money from any government or group, nor are we charging people to see the interview. It is not behind a paywall.  Anyone can watch the entire thing, shot live to tape and unedited, on our website, tuckercarlson. com.  Elon Musk, to his great credit, has promised not to suppress or block this interview. once we post it on his platform, X, and we're grateful for that.  Western governments, by contrast, will certainly do their best to censor this video on other, less principled platforms because that's what they do. They are afraid of information they can't control.  But you have no reason to be afraid of it. We are not encouraging you to agree with what Putin may say in this interview, but we are urging you to watch it. You should know as much as you can. And then, like a free citizen and not a slave, You can decide for yourself. Thanks.  So quite a bit to unpack there. The first one being that he said that Americans don't seem to understand the implications of what is going on within this war. And I actually agree with him on this. And I say actually, because why wouldn't I? But I agree with him on this completely. The Americans don't understand the implications of this war. Americans don't just think that we're like sending phony money over to Ukraine that has no effect on us. But there's a lot more difficulties that will arise from this in the future. One being that The brick has come out of this. The brick has become much stronger than that. Not a brick, like what you create your house out of.  Uh, but a brick is in the allegiance or the alliance between the world's superpowers that we are not a part of  that being India, China. Russia, all of those countries that have tremendous influence, much of it economically in the world. And up until this point, the U. S. dollar has always been the standard of trade. And there has been many alliances that have come out of this war  that have shifted that. And when you see the three biggest superpowers behind the United States, Russia,  China, And India all moving closer and closer together and starting to push us out of that conversation in the US dollar for you to think that that's not going to affect you is naive at best. And so that's what he's discussing there. And I think he's right in saying that the US citizens don't really understand the implications of this because it's going to be not just the next coming years, not the next 234 years. This is the.  Potential downfall of the um, not just the U. S. dollar, but the U. S. in general from power. And that's a huge issue, obviously, for everybody. Our economic standings, our political standings, our military standings, all of it. Like, if you think about who are the U. S. 's biggest allies.  Well, you have the UK, you have, I mean, like there's there's very few countries that you can point to that are the of the scale and power of just those three countries in and of themselves,  right? There's, there's  countries Very few. I can't even think of another one that would, that every one of them that we're in an alliance with almost pales in comparison to those three countries. And so, that's a huge piece of this. The next piece of it saying that everybody has flocked. The post war war. Flocked. to interview Zelensky. Everybody has, has gotten on their knees right in front of the man and let him just preach and preach and preach to the American people, propping him up as if he's not a five foot six comedian who wears leather pants and dances in front of everybody. And so they've, they've propped him up. They've tried to make him seem like this bigger than life figure. And all that man has done is gotten on his knees and begged, pleaded. Cried to the American people for more and more of your money.  Why?  Why?  Well, we all are starting to put the two pieces together with Ukraine's, one of the most corrupt places in the world. Crane's one of the, the places where a lot of the,  uh, bio labs that nobody wanted to admit were real  are conducting horrendous types of experiments. On behalf of the, and commissioned by the United States of America,  the Ukraine is where Hunter Biden and his father, the big guy, funneled millions of dollars into their family's portfolios.  So, there's a lot more going on here, and there's a lot more reasons that we have interest in Ukraine, and not we as in the American people, but we as in the political elite class within America.  It generally comes down to, who'd have thought, money. It's not that they're trying to protect democracy. Ukraine isn't, isn't even a democracy. The very first opportunity that Zelensky had, Zelensky was trying to Stifle his opponents, trying to get rid of them, trying to imprison them, trying to stop them from being able to compete against him during this time of war.  That's not a democracy. That's authoritarianism.  It's obvious.  So all these news medias have flocked to try and interview this man, flocked to try and take government money to go over there, have these conversations with Zelensky so he can plead and beg for more and more of your money. Not like we have a choice in the matter. Anyways.  But another great point by him.  And so as we move more and more into this, he talks about how the government actually surveilled and put out news articles, say, like, going after Tucker Carlson  for even having the audacity to interview Vladimir Putin.  Not even for doing it, but for even Thinking about having a conversation with him and he's right in saying that there hasn't been  any conversations at all with Vladimir Putin. I have been reporting on Vladimir Putin and what's happening in Russia by going to the Russia Kremlin website and pulling the transcripts. From Vladimir Putin's speeches that he's given on the U. S., and I hope you've heard those, and if you haven't, go back and, you know, just look through the podcast archives of, uh, look for World War III, you'll see a few of them, where I've actually read the transcripts from Vladimir Putin calling out the West for  eroding the nuclear family, calling out the West for  not even knowing what a man and a woman is, calling, just completely embarrassing us, rightfully, and that's it. Saying that you know giving the exact breakdown of the reason that he's he's doing the things that he's doing which Again, I like that Tucker Carlson said I'm not trying to convince you to agree with him I just want you to hear his opinion because that's what journalism is Journalism shouldn't be skewed one way or the other journalism should expose corruption within governmental institutions and corporations Journalism should offer you the the facts and the data and offer you and afford you the opportunity to be able to hear out Both sides and that's what he did here He tried to interview Zelensky and he tried and it did successfully interview Putin and so very very happy to see that this is happening  and as a result of this as Expected, you know, he said with the very beginning of this is it's quite the dangerous quite a dangerous endeavor To be able to do so  and I can't imagine the amount of threats that Tucker Carlson got as a result of this from very powerful Individuals and people  So, from this, there has been a ton of backlash from several different places. The first one being that the European Union has said that they are seeking sanctions and a travel ban against Tucker Carlson for his interview with Putin.  Now, this comes from Brian Krasenstein on Twitter, and it says, I've never thought I would be defending Tucker Carlson as much.  So much within a period of a couple days, but once again, if you support freedom, then you support Tucker's right to interview Putin, just like many others have in the past, right? When you, when you go back, you see that there's been handfuls of, of journalists who have gone over and interviewed Vladimir Putin, but it's only now that you, there's an unspeakable, uh, unspoken rule that you can't go interview the subject of one of the largest military conflicts that have happened in the last, Sixty years.  So.  If, if the, all of the people around you, don't, don't, don't talk to him, don't talk to him, you better not talk to him, if you speak to him, we're gonna have a huge problem, right, it's gonna make you start to question, well, why, why, what is your vested interest in me not speaking to this person, right, if you understand, like, when you think of, uh, abusive spouses,  When you think of abusive parents or abusive friends, people who have psychopathic and sociopathic tendencies, the thing that they like to do is they like to isolate you. They like to put you into a bubble that they can then create the environment around, they can create the reality that you live within. And they want to isolate you away from people who pop that bubble.  They want to keep you away from people who would, who would question your reality in a way that would prompt you to do the same.  And, and, that's exactly what we're seeing here. The, the  authoritarian government, that is the United States government, as well as the European Union, are trying to, they don't even want you to have a conversation with Vladimir Putin. They don't even want you to hear his side of things because What if it's reasonable? What if what he's,  the reason that he's going into this war actually has some merit to it? What if his criticisms of the West, what if his criticisms of the United States actually have value to them? What if we agree with a lot of the opinions of Vladimir Putin? Well, they don't want you to know. They have, they want you to stay in, in your little corner of silence and never hear from the man himself. And again, I'm not saying that that's what it is, in that you're going to agree with everything Vladimir Putin says.  I think if you go back and listen to some of the interviews and transcripts that I've read of Vladimir Putin, that a lot of the things that he's said is very reasonable. A lot of the criticisms that he has of the West are very reasonable.  And I think that's what they're afraid of here. Otherwise, why would a U. S. ally go to the lengths of saying that the single most  visible and successful journalist within the United States probably ever  Will no longer be able to visit their country. This is what this is. This is pressure. This is mafia style pressure on Tucker to not release the video, to not release the interview. They don't want him to release this interview,  but again. You have to reverse engineer that and go, okay,  why wouldn't they want this interview to be released?  Right? Why wouldn't they want their reality to be challenged if they're correct? It's the same thing that we see with the left. They don't want you to have a conversation about these things because they know when their argument is challenged that it very quickly falls apart. The, the picture that they've created, the, the character. Caricature that they've created of Vladimir Putin will crumble the second that  the largest journalist, the most successful journalist in the world,  has a conversation with him.  And all they're, they're, they're terrified of that caricature. Crumbling. Because then what? What is, what's gonna happen if really, if people start to realize that these things that he is doing or saying are somewhat reasonable? That these criticisms are somewhat reasonable?  That's what they're afraid of.  Otherwise, why would they be going to these lengths? Right, it says, I'm sure much of what Putin will say will be lies, embellishments, and inaccuracies. Well, why do you say that? Well, probably because you've been told to think that. Putin is the one. who should be sanctioned further, not an American who is asking Putin questions. The risks of this interview for Tucker shouldn't be sanctions from U. S. allies, is what this says. And I agree. I believe this guy is even a, uh,  Democrat that is posting this, so surprising, but  good, good. Something we can agree on is the fact that free speech shall not be stifled. It is an American right. It is a God given right. It is a A right to humanity as a whole to be able to speak the words that they wish to speak without it being stopped by another human.  And this leads us to the next part of this.  An absolute hit piece from CNN, where the anchor almost goes into tears talking about Tucker Carlson and his interview with Vladimir Putin. Here we go. We interview the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin.  Tucker Carlson is lying from the streets of Russia, no less.  Not a single Western journalist has bothered to interview the president of the other country involved in this conflict, Vladimir Putin.  That's a lie. Serious news outlets, including CNN, have requested Putin to interview over and over again.  Most Americans have no idea why Putin invaded Ukraine, or what his goals are now. They've never heard his voice.  Another lie. Serious news outlets, including CNN, have covered and, of course, reported on Putin's words since this war began, including one of his baseless justifications for the invasion of Ukraine, which he initially claimed was to stop the Nazis.  First, because it's our job. We're in journalism.  Tucker Carlson is not a journalist. Not even close. And his former employer, in a court case, actually agreed. Quote, The general tenor of the show should then inform a viewer that Carlson is not stating actual facts about the topics he discusses, and is instead engaging in exaggeration and non literal commentary.  Two years into a war that's reshaping the entire world, most Americans are not informed. They have no real idea what's happening in this region, here in Russia or 600 miles away in Ukraine.  For two years, real journalists have risked their lives to report.  That lady can barely even speak. I don't know why she's a news anchor, probably because it's the best that CNN could afford at this point with their, I don't know, 100, 000 viewers.  I don't know what's more comical in that video. Is that news anchor about to be in tears or the fact that she twice called CNN a serious news organization and then tried to delegitimize Tucker Carlson for what?  For what? Getting the interview that she allegedly put in for that she didn't get?  How funny and then to say that it's it's misinformation or that anything that has to do with the Nazi problem in Ukraine being unfounded. Right? Go, go look at the Azov regime, right? Like, this is absolutely fact that there is Nazis in Ukraine. Fact! You can, you cannot argue that any other way. And, and so, it's just so funny. You see hippies after hippies coming out. Then there was, uh,  This, which came out as well, which was a article,  which says that Tucker Carlson on Ukraine NGO, Miro Travis kill list  after his Putin interview,  and it says Twitter claims fact checked American journalist, Tucker Carlson has been placed on the Ukrainian NGO, my orchard vets. Kill list. Social media has come out in support of Carlson with users calling Ukraine president Vladimir Zelensky a dictator for using a Kiev based doxing website grossly nicknamed Peacemaker against Carlson following his interview with Russia's Vladimir Putin.  And it has a screenshot from it there.  Read Ukrainian  or whatever they speak. Um, but it says American journalist, Tucker Carlson has been placed on this kill list. My ultra vets is a Ukrainian Kiev based website that publishes a running list and sometimes personal information of people who are considered by authors of the website to be enemies of Ukraine, or as the website itself States, whose actions have signs of crimes against the national security of Ukraine, peace, human security, and the inter national law. Although it has no official status, the website is regularly consulted at checkpoints to integrate government information systems. Social media has come out in support of Carlson with users calling Ukrainian president Zelensky a dictator for using a Kiev based doxing website. On Tuesday, Tucker Carlson, previously of Fox News, hinted at an upcoming interview with, uh, Russian President Putin. This interview marks the first time a Western journalist has spoken with Putin since Russia's invasion of Ukraine nearly two years ago.  The Kremlin confirmed on Wednesday that the interview indeed occurred. They stated that Carlson's stance was not in favor of Ukraine or Russia, but rather leaned towards being pro Ukraine. American. An interview of Carlson's, uh, of Carlson's page on the website quickly went viral on social media, but the claims were sued and fact checked by other people online.  It was revealed that his name had been put up on the so called kill list way back in June of 2023, proving that it had nothing to do with his interview with Putin. Fair. Carlson is a well known conservative media figure, critical of the West's backing of Ukraine. He has also previously expressed support for Putin.  The 54 year old journalist visits, uh, to the Ukraine Capitol has been. Or, I'm sorry, to the Russian capital has been thoroughly covered by local media reporting on his every move. There are risks to doing an interview like this, Tucker Carlson said. Carlson mentioned that the commencement of the conflict in Ukraine, Western journalists have conducted numerous interviews  with Zelensky, whom he repeatedly called a dictator. However, according to Carlson, these interviews are biased and Zelensky's advocacy for increasing U. S. involvement in the conflict. Carlson labeled them as fawning pep sessions and criticized them for being propaganda. Because they are.  Interesting.  So, it's interesting to note, what they said there is that, Oh, oh, this happened back in June. This has nothing to do with his interview today.  But, as Tucker Carlson stated, he was actually trying to interview Putin. Right around that time. I forget the time frame that he said in there, but right around that same exact time, he also said that he went to go interview him. But he had all this backlash, so he decided not to. They were, they were bugging his phone. All of this stuff.  So,  there you have it. That's what's going on with Tucker Carlson. Now, according to some reports that I saw, Tucker Carlson's interview with Putin could come out as soon as, well, if you're listening to this on Thursday, February 8th of 2024, today.  And I'm recording this the day before that, Wednesday evening, uh, the 7th. And so, if that is the case,  You all know I'm gonna listen to it and you better to go listen to it It'll be at X on X or on rumble I'm sure it'll be on Tucker Carlson's website as well And then I'll do a breakdown for you guys because that is a very very interesting interview that will occur  Alright, there you have it. There's the backlash. There's Tucker Carlson. This moves us into our next situation, which is that Hawaii could be the very next state to boot Trump from the ballot  as they continue to try to find legal loopholes to make sure that your vote is not heard. And it says Hawaii bill to ban candidates for insurrection passes first hearing. So again, is Hawaii going to become the second state now to utilize a, a, the 14th amendment, which was passed to stop Confederate leaders who literally started a,  a, a  war within our country to overthrow the government?  To be used on somebody who caused a, and I can't even say caused, right? Like the, the, the, there's so many problems with this, but let's, let's go ahead and take a look. It says Hawaii bill to ban candidates for insurrection passes first hearing. It says a bill that could bar former president Donald Trump from appearing in November's Hawaii election ballots received considerable pushback Tuesday from his supporters, some of whom came to the state Capitol dressed in patriotic wear.  Senate bill 2390.  Two, in Hawaii, introduced by State Senator Karl Rhoades, passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which Rhoades chairs, during its initial hearing. It could exclude political candidates who are disqualified by a constitutional or statutory provision. Trump's name does not appear on the bill, but his supporters invoked his name repeatedly during the hearing. Yeah, obviously it's aimed at him. What? Alexandria Lum, a native of Hawaii and woman, said, We all know what this bill is about, and it's about one person in particular. Rhodes told the Honolulu Star advertiser. After the hearing,  that Trump has been indicted for his activities on January 6th and leading up to it. So it's hard to ignore the elephant in the room.  Yeah, this, what, are they trying to say that it's not about him? Like, that makes literally no sense. If Joe Biden participates in an insurrection, it would apply to him too, Rhodes said.  And nobody participated in an insurrection, you Idiot, there was no insurrection. Nobody's been charged for insurrection. Nobody's been indicted for insurrection. Nobody's going to jail for insurrection  There's been no single charge that has occurred. That is a insurrection charge in the last four years at all  period  yet there's trying to pass this this Ridiculous idea that that trump tried to overthrow the government what?  You know, remember the post that he posted on Twitter that got taken down where he was telling everybody to be peaceful and be nice to the police?  There was no inciting of an insurrection. There was no insurrection. It was a bunch of old geriatrics walking through the Capitol building, being provoked by law enforcement officials, hidden as as patriotic individuals, telling them exactly where to go and what to do so that they could plan this. All along, this was a ace in the hole for the democratic party. This was an ace in the hole for the FBI and the CIA, which should just be obliterated just as Trump and John F. Kennedy have talked about these, these powerful countries within our country that have unchecked power and unknown, ungodly amounts of money.  To me, this was all planned. They planted upwards of more than 50, I think somebody said hundreds of federal, of FBI agents within the audience of January 6, so that they could provoke this to happen so that they could do this exact,  this was a strategic move for them so that one by one states could try to utilize and leverage this.  Two 300 year old law that was utilized against Confederate generals  who caused a civil war, a legitimate civil war where brothers fought brothers, mothers cared for the wounded of individuals who were two states away while they died in their arms. Like it's, it's the, the 14th amendment was not meant to be utilized in this way. And it's literally a legal loophole, just like they're trying to pin the other 91. Uh, indictments against Trump on is whatever in any way, shape or form that they can weaponize the judicial system against Trump and against you and against anybody else who speaks out against the government. They will,  as long as it suits their agenda.  It says in written testimony, this bill not only restricts Donald Trump from the ballot, but also prohibits the electors and elect. Alternates from voting for their candidate. She said that bias and hate for Trump aren't good reasons to change our u. s. Constitution Rhodes told the star advertiser that most people believe the u. s. Constitution should be followed including age and residency requirements and other like regulations under the 14th amendment section 3 of the 14th amendment states that a person who has taken an oath to support the u. s. Constitution and becomes involved in insurrection cannot hold government Office.  I'm confident the opinion expressed by the MAGAGARS is not the majority opinion in Hawaii, Rhodes said.  Michael Golda, Judge, testified to the Stonewall Caucus of the Democratic Party in Hawaii in support of SB 2392. It's something that should have been in the books already, he said. You violate the Constitution. You do insurrections. You attack our government. You do not get to be on the ballots and run our government.  Okay, Abby Simmons, co chair to the Legislative Committee of the Democratic Party of Hawaii, also testified in support. We believe government officials should be held to the highest ethical standards as required by Article 14 of the Hawaii State Constitution. Yeah, well maybe if they're, you know, involved in Chinese financial scandals, maybe they shouldn't either. Maybe we should invoke the amendment on that. Oh wait, we won't because we're not as low as this, this craziness. As to try to, to legally weaponize the judicial system against, well, illegally weaponize the judicial system against our political opponents, just like they do in Maoist China, just like they do in, in any other authoritarian state. state, North Korea, right? Like this, it is so crazy and so saddening how far our, our government has fallen. Like not only it's, it's like, it's like if you,  if you were in a situation where you're, you thought the world of your, your parents and your https: otter. ai Transcripts provided by Transcription Outsourcing, LLC.  It's like that's what that's what's happened to our government in my eyes is like  I was such a patriot I was I was so somebody who was so patriotic and so pro america and so pro  You know like freedom of speech and all the the the constitutional amendments and nothing could do you know? Like our forefathers and and the way that they wrote this is incredible And I don't disagree with that today that our Constitution was Written correctly and I don't disagree that we are the greatest nation in the world today I absolutely believe that but I do believe that our government has been hijacked  by a bunch of people who want nothing but for our Constitution our government to crumble around us for their own power and money grab  This goes on to say the Democratic Party of Hawaii said in the written testimony They believe citizens deserve the right to clean and transparent elections where public servants meet the requirements of the United States and state of Hawaii constitutions  Yeah,  whatever.  Alright, um,  Just trying to see if there's anything of value here.  Interesting. This is the only way that they think they can beat them now. Because they already played their election, uh, little BS that they did last year, or last election, with the mail in ballots, with the overnight changes in votes, with the, you know, all the things that happened there. And this is their ace in the hole, is they're going to try and get them removed from the ballot. So that he candidate, you can't even vote for the candidate of your choice. Right? And this, this brought this up to me, which shows something from Reddit, which was a, a post that I just recently posted myself, which showed this. It says 10 Wars and it has the past  five presidents before Donald Trump.  And then it goes on to show Donald Trump and it says Zero wars,  right? So you have, you have Donald Trump
Foundations & Frontiers: Hard Truth Behind Voting Decisions | Cloning Ethics, Political Socialization & 2024 Election Update
Jan 23 2024
Foundations & Frontiers: Hard Truth Behind Voting Decisions | Cloning Ethics, Political Socialization & 2024 Election Update
Welcome to "The Adams Archive," where we delve into the intricate weave of societal influences and global challenges. In our thought-provoking episode "Foundations and Frontiers," we explore the interplay between the development of political beliefs, the ethical quandaries of cloning, and the complexities of environmental activism. Episode Summary: This episode offers a deep dive into the foundational elements that shape our political ideologies and how these perspectives intersect with contemporary issues like the ethics of cloning and the paradoxes in environmental advocacy. We take you on a journey through these interconnected realms, providing a nuanced understanding of these critical topics. Segment on Political Socialization: We begin by unraveling the layers of political socialization. Discover how familial interactions, educational systems, and media landscapes contribute to the molding of our political identities from a young age. Segment on Cloning Ethics: Venturing into the realm of biotechnology, we examine the ethical implications and societal impacts of cloning. This segment explores the moral dilemmas, regulatory challenges, and public perceptions surrounding this controversial scientific frontier. Segment on Environmental Paradoxes: In our discussion on environmental issues, we confront the ironies and complexities of modern environmental movements. We analyze the actions and rhetoric of global forums and key figures, assessing how their approaches align or conflict with various political ideologies. Call to Action: Dive deeper into these vital discussions by subscribing to "The Adams Archive" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and other platforms. Join our social media community for ongoing conversations and updates. All the Links: Access all our content easily at https://linktr.ee/theaustinjadams, your gateway to our episodes, social media, and additional resources. ----more---- Full Transcription:  Adams Archive.  Hello, you beautiful people and welcome to the Adams Archive. My name is Austin Adams and thank you so much for listening today. On today's episode, we're going to go through some pretty wild current event topics, including the fact that the World Economic Forum in their meeting in Davos has decided that it is now bad for the environment for you to drink. Coffee. Could you imagine that? Flying hundreds of miles across the ocean in your private jet, only to talk about how it is now bad for the environment for you to drink coffee. So we'll touch on that. After that, we'll get into a conversation surrounding how scientists in China have now successfully cloned a monkey for the first time that has survived in good health.  We'll talk about what that means, including the fact that there was 112 failed attempts,  which is only, you know, pretty terrifying to think about. What the other monkeys went through to actually get there. Now, a lot of people are talking about how this is actually going to have something to do with human cloning, obviously, because that's the end result of all of this. And there's some arguments that that's already happening. So we will talk about that. Then we will dive into a conversation about the current situations between Rhonda Santus dropping out of the presidential election, Nikki Haley getting peppered and just chirped. Constantly at all of the events that she's at, including the fact that, uh, there was a recent article that talked about how she had an affidavit come out from a recent accuser of her being an adulterer, uh, to her then active duty husband. Uh, we will also touch on another man who starts discussing with her about how she's not going to be Trump and that she should be spending all of her hundreds of millions of dollars simply. Giving it to homeless veterans, which I guess I agree with. Uh, so we'll talk about Nikki Haley. We'll even talk about the fact that Nikki Haley said that she wasn't allowed in a beauty pageant because she was Indian because they didn't know where to place her, which is pretty comical. All right. So that will be our current events. Then we will dive into the deep dive conversation this week, which is going to be the dark psychology behind voting. Now, that will include a conversation surrounding, uh, political socialization, which is basically the idea of how you got to vote the way that you vote. Now, we all tend to think that we think for ourselves, but a lot of people don't understand the fact that there's a lot of circumstances that actually go into  why you vote the way that you do.  So, we'll talk about all that. And there's some pretty surprising things in that that I found when doing my research. Anything from the music you listen to, to the social media apps that you use consistently, all the way down to the  income class and the city that you grew up in. There's, there's so many little different things in here. And then we'll talk about some different dark arts techniques that politicians use in order to try to gain your  So all of that and more stick around the longer you stick around, the deeper we get. So go ahead and subscribe, leave a five star review, whether you're on Apple podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, you can join us on YouTube, by the way. Uh, if you go onto YouTube, type in the Adams archive, you can see all the articles, all the videos that we're discussing here, and I will see you there, but let's. Jump into it.  The Adams archive.  All right, let's jump into it. The very first topic that we're going to be discussing today is going to be that the world economic forum. If you don't know the world economic forum is a meeting of a bunch of. Elites or multibillionaires that think that they can control the general population. They meet once a year in Davos in Switzerland and their fearless leader is the infamous Claus Schwab. And so they got together this year and decided that the hot topic that they were going to discuss is the fact that it is now bad for our environment for you to drink. Coffee,  like I said earlier, they fly hundreds of thousands, thousands of miles to get there in their private jets, just to tell you that you shouldn't be drinking coffee all the while they're the ones who are, I don't know, profiting from your extra, uh, ability to actually do things in the morning as a result. So we have a video here, um, this comes from, uh, let's see, the title of this article is coffee is bad for the environment claims world economic. Members,  and it says the consumption of coffee is causing CO2 to populate the earth to pollute the environment and unelected bureaucrats Attending the World Economic Forum claimed speaking last Wednesday at the globalist Confab in Davos, Switzerland Swiss banker Hubert Keller said coffee drinkers should be mindful They're contributing tons of co2 pollution into the atmosphere  Hmm.  Basically, the coffee that we all drink emits between 15 and 20 tons of CO2 per ton of coffee, Cowher said. So, we should all know that. This is, every time we drink coffee, we are basically putting CO2 into the environment. Could you imagine? And one of the reasons is because most of the coffee plantations and most of the coffee is produced through monoculture, and monoculture is also affected by climate change.  Now at this meeting, they are the very biggest topic this year. So you can actually go to the world economic forums website and you can look at, they do a analysis of what are the biggest threats to the world each and every year,  and lo and behold, this year's was. Climate change.  Hmm.  Now, that's obviously the next big money grab after the end of COVID 19. Now, that's to be determined, I guess, when you have the variant X that's coming up and all that stuff. Um, but climate change is obviously the biggest money grab. And so when we look at conversations surrounding them trying to, I don't know, condemn you for drinking coffee.  Just is unbelievable to me. Um, so this is, uh, this is the video. It comes from that Swiss banker and his name is  who cares? Here we go.  For the session and you raised the coffee example. I'd love just to give you the chance to Basically, the coffee that we all drink, um, emits between 15 and 20 ton of CO2 per ton of coffee. So, we should all know that. This is every time we drink coffee, we are basically putting CO2 into the atmosphere.  Um, the other, and one of the reasons is because most of the coffee plantation, or most of the coffee is produced through monoculture.  And, um, and, and monoculture is also affected by climate change. Um, the quality of these nature assets is, uh, deteriorating quite rapidly.  Now that's a conversation for another day is like, what is monoculture, uh, monoculture agriculture is, it is absolutely, uh, a completely ineffective way to, to do things and it actually poisons your food there. There's a whole bunch of our stuff that you can read up on monoculture, um, agriculture, but. Just the idea that all of these pompous assholes go meet up in some mountain somewhere to tell you that you shouldn't drink coffee is absolutely comical. Alright, that brings us to our next article, which says that, uh, this comes from, uh, the Telegraph. And this was something that came across, I had actually like a, a, a notice on my phone about this. And I, I've talked about some of these things before, whether it be the, uh, chimeras that were coming out of China. Whether it was the sheep that was cloned, whether it was like the baby pods that they were talking about, uh, you know, basically taking, uh, the sperm of the father and the egg of the mother and putting it in this like pod that they were going to grow a human out of. Um, and then more recently even creating children from stem cells, which is the most probably dystopian of all of this, but this is just along those lines. And so.  In China, they cloned a monkey for the first time that survived in good health after 112 failed attempts. Now it says that Chinese scientists used the same method that made Dolly the sheep in 1996, uh, but it has lived longer than any other cloned primate. Now they, they, I think that they gave this thing a name, this one, not Dolly. I think it's called Retro.  Yeah, that's the monkey's name. The cloned monkey's name is Retro. A monkey has been successfully cloned by Chinese scientists and in the world's first has so far lived for two years. Researchers have cloned primates before using the same method that created Dowie the sheep in 1996, but none have. Ever lived for long, either dying before birth or shortly afterwards. Now that was a conversation that I brought up last time, when we're talking about the human baby pods and you know, the, the human cloning is like, how many times are you going to go through this, whether it's the stem cell research, whatever it is. How many research subjects, the chimeras  fill in the blank. How many research subjects do you have to go through until you successfully create a clone? Right. And they say 112. I'm sure they would rather not have, have people. You know, beating down their door to shut them down. So I'm, I'm sure that number is multiples higher than what they're reporting there. Just like I'm sure it would be if they started to clone humans, if they started these little weird baby pods, if they made these stem cell babies, chimeras, whatever it is, there's going to be a massive amount of casualties and gross scientific experimentation that goes into it. So to me. Anything and everything that revolves creating life that doesn't have to do with, you know, any scientist that's sitting there with a, you know, two beakers pouring them together or whatever the hell type of stuff they're doing here, um, is just sick. It's, it's, it's sickening to me because the, the, the torture that they put these, you know, even the two days of the trying to clone, uh, these monkeys or the, the chimeras or whatever it is, is just the, the amount of agony and the, the torture that they must go through, uh, as a result of getting this one cloned monkey. And, and, and for what reason, like what, what is the goal of this? Why, why, what is the problem that we have to start cloning things? What is wrong with reproduction current state?  Well, I'll tell you what's wrong with that. You want to get deeper and deeper into that is, is you'll understand the idea that they don't want you and then this was something that I talked about with the baby pods. What's the most concerning to that to me is that that's no longer your property, you, you, you know, you remove the mother and the father from, from the reproductive process. Then you remove the, the hormones that are released when that baby is born. And as a result, you, you remove the protective shelter, the, the, the hormones, the, the, uh, um, You know, the motherly instincts that come as a result of birthing a child, that come as a result of having a child that is half your DNA and half the DNA of your spouse. Now you, I don't know, go to a government center and pay five grand or whatever, and now they get to create a baby on your behalf. Only by the way, it's not your baby. It's their property. They created it. You did not create it. And, and so that is one of the most Dystopian ideas let alone the idea that they can start to interject whatever types of CRISPR technology that they want to to make the the child the the Monkey, whatever it is more agreeable more likely to be and this will actually even lead us into our next conversation To be more agreeable to be less aggressive to have different in more  More  Uh, personality traits that are going to lead them to vote a certain way, that are going to lead them to act a certain way, that are going to lead them to be less or more docile and less likely to revolt, whatever it is, when you, when you take reproduction, and you give that to the government,  right, you have China now cloning monkeys, for what end? I don't think they just want to clone monkeys. That's obviously not the goal. The goal is to clone humans. But why?  Why?  So let's, let's finish this article. It says, however, a modified technique designed to create a stronger placenta has seen a rhesus monkey be cloned,  be born and live healthily for more than two years, making it the longest lived primate clone yet. The animal was labeled retro. Only one birth was successful from a total of 113 attempts.  So, they tortured a hundred and twelve monkeys to create one.  The process, called somatic cell nuclear transfer, involves extracting the genetic information from a standard cell and implanting it into an egg from another monkey that has had its own genetic material removed.  Now they have this cute little diagram  of  how they cloned this monkey, um, but who cares? To me, that's the whole conversation, right?  I think that, you know, even brings up an interesting conversation about surrogacy and, uh, you know, IVF and like, there's, there's definitely more to be talked about there, but I do think to me, this is highly concerning because you see exactly where this is going. We know what the end goal is,  but why is that the end goal? Because we can, and I think that's probably the fair answer to all of these scientists, right? It's like the people who are commissioning these scientists to do these types of experiments. They have the goal in mind, right? They, they have an idea of what, what they want to do this for. And it's going to be profitable,  right? It's going to be a reason that they can make money off of it. Right? And that, that was the baby pods, right? Like imagine Epstein Island having a whole lower layer, uh, underneath his island of baby pods. Like just, just all of the horrific things. And if you haven't heard of like the.  Um, offshore, like, child trafficking stuff is just horrific, and, and they don't have social security numbers, they don't have moms, they don't have dads, nobody's looking after them, and, and, and, just,  there's no reason to open up this box, there's nothing good behind it, absolutely nothing, what, what possibly could come from this that would be good, and then you get into the, the, um,  Philosophical conversations. Does, does this monkey have, or human down the road, does it have a soul? Is it, is it, uh, you know, is it from a religious perspective? Is it, is it a child of God? Is it, is it something that is going to, uh, have similar traits even? Is it going to be sociable? Like, there, there's so much that will go into this. And, and just Why? Why do you want to do this? Right? But scientists want to do it because A, they're getting paid lots of money to do it, but also B, because they just want to see if they can do it, right? Scientists have a certain type of personality where they, they just want to see if they can make something happen, right? You have a hypothesis, you put it to the test, and all of a sudden you're creating an army of Lifeless, soulless, monkey human hybrids.  To me, there's just, there's nothing good behind that wall. And this is just another step towards that. Another step towards whatever it is the reason, right? There's so many different ways that you could go with that, that is completely dystopian. And I can't think of a single good scenario that would come from Human cloning. I just can't. I, I, there's, there's zero, zero scenarios where that's a good thing for humanity. Especially in a world where they're telling us that we're overpopulating, when we're obviously not. The population's on a decline.  If, if we're overpopulating on our own and reproducing  way too much, according to them,  why are you trying to clone humans? What's, what's the point of that  anyways. So let's segue into our next conversation. This one is more recent and about politics and what that drives us from the last conversation into, and what I mentioned earlier is they can change with CRISPR technology, how. You might vote by changing certain personality traits. They make you a little bit less aggressive. They make you a little bit more agreeable. They make you a little bit more creative. And a little bit less, I don't know, uh, productive, whatever it is. There's so many little traits within your genes that are encoded inside of your body. And one thing that I was wondering is what is nature and what is nurture, right? Why do we vote the way that we vote? And do we Um, and I say we just like  Americans do, are we born likely to vote one way or the other? The answer is yes. Um, and we'll look at that in just a minute as to why, but before we do that, let's get a little bit of election updates because Ron DeSantis has officially dropped out  of the presidential race and decided to endorse. Donald Trump,  and this comes from W. M. U. R. nine A. B. C. And it says, uh, it is clear to me that majority of Republican primary voters want to give Donald Trump another chance. You think  I, uh, yeah, I'm pretty sure he just obliterated every single person, uh, within the primary, um, in the caucus in Iowa. And so, you know, he saw the vague drop out almost almost immediately. We saw it. Ron DeSantis drop out almost immediately. And I think the Ron DeSantis hype train was like pretty good at the beginning. I would, it would be really interesting to look at the political marketing failure that was Ron DeSantis campaign, because he had so much political steam. He had, he had so many people behind him that were so pro Ron DeSantis that loved his ideas coming out of COVID. He was like the COVID king. You know, all the while, while Donald Trump being, you know, was getting flack, was, was being talked down upon for the way that he, you know, gave a medal to, to Fauci, the way that he, you know, boasted about lockdowns and certain things like that is, is, and so simultaneously, Ron DeSantis should have come out of this, like with a ton of steam, with a ton of, uh, you know, traction going into the election, and, and now what we see is that it, as soon as Ron DeSantis opened his mouth on a debate uh, stage, he just got obliterated. Even when we saw Gavin Newsom against Ron DeSantis and I'm not against Ron DeSantis. I think that again, his policies, that his track record during COVID was absolutely phenomenal. He was one of the only people speaking out one of the only people trying not to close down businesses. There's a lot of reasons that a lot of people should have been very pro DeSantis.  I think he shook the hornet's nest with Donald Trump. Right? And I think, you know, the  desanctimonious, uh, tagline stuck a little bit. Um, but, to me, it's like, he should have, had he came out on the debate stage the way that Vivek did, had he come out with the track record that he did and a great marketing campaign, there's no reason that he shouldn't be the only one left.  But out of all four people that were on the stage and on the ballot for the caucus, the only one that's left now besides the obvious of Donald Trump is Nikki Haley, which makes absolutely no sense to me at all. She is. 100 percent the Republican Hillary Clinton.  She, everything that comes out of her mouth is just a talking point from a war lobby. And  I haven't heard a single thing from her.  I think she had like one good. Exchange on the debate stage. But all I see from Nikki Haley is a a reoccurring talking point that is everything and anything that the lobbyists want. And you saw the one the one area that Donald Trump I think they said that he lost by one vote and I think that it was even changed that the fact that Um, he he actually ended up winning that area I'm not sure but there was out of a 90 or 100 99 of them were for Donald Trump and one of them was for Nikki Haley and by one vote So what you saw is the democrats in the areas that they were in where they could they actually went and voted in the GOP  caucus and voted for Nikki Haley,  so if  The Democrats want Nikki Haley,  then why would the Republicans, right? And if the war lobby wants Nikki Haley, then why would the Republicans?  And if every big money machine from, you know, I I'm, I'm just surprised she doesn't have a Pfizer tattoo on her arm, uh, that she's showing off to everybody, but you already see her pandering to the left.  So to me, it's, it's a little sad that the only two that we have left, because I do think that both Ron DeSantis and as much shit that I've talked about Vivek and, and all of the questions that I have about his history, whether it be about the Soros Foundation funding his, uh, his, his time at Yale, whether it be about his two years that he was on the world economic forums, young global leaders list only to, uh, tell them that, Hey, I didn't want that. Take that down. The only one that was inconvenient from him and he wasn't using it to, uh, get, it. seed round funding for his pharmaceutical startups. Um, so as much as, as much as I've talked bad about Vivek, Vivek or DeSantis are just absolutely a million times better up  potential candidates than Nikki Haley. So what that tells me, especially if you understand that her husband. Is, isn't some  tech mogul, right? He doesn't have billions of dollars. I'm not sure what her previous employment was, but I just doubt she has hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to spend on one. I think it's New Hampshire, whatever. We're going to see a video where some guy goes and calls her out and says, Hey, you're going to spend a hundred million dollars campaigning against Donald Trump. And we already know you're going to lose. Why are you doing that? Why wouldn't you just go spend that money to help homeless veterans?  Well, the answer is that the political lobby is the one that's propping her up. That's where she's getting all of her money. The only reason that Nikki Haley is even relevant, the only reason she's standing on any of the stages she's standing on, is because she's literally has the, the war machine's hand and the pharmaceutical industry's hand up her ass telling her exactly what to say in every one of these exchanges.  And so it's, it's, It'll be interesting to see how long she sticks around. How long will they prop her up? Because I, there's absolutely zero chance. Like I bet you, if you go look at the, uh, betting books and you look at the odds of Nikki Haley winning the 2024 election is just.  Zero, you know, and if, and if there was any sort of reason, and I think this is something that Vivek said at one time or another that I talked about when he dropped out is the fact that, oh, well, they would never let Donald Trump actually, you know, get on the ballot. Something's going to happen. And, and.  I'm not saying something's not going to happen, this always could be that fact, and especially when you understand that Donald Trump is like one of the most, uh, contentious and hated people in the world to the most powerful people in the world, it's an absolute possibility that something not, not good happens, you know, he's been indicted for like the 115th time, um,  but the idea that Nikki Haley would be the one left in the running, and maybe that's their hope, I don't know, why would you spend a billion dollars to If there's a  1 percent chance, I don't know, maybe if you have hundreds of trillions of dollars like Raytheon, and uh, you know, Pfizer does, so, I don't know, it's very interesting. So there was a few conversations that came up about Nikki Haley. One of the ones that came up as a result was Nikki Haley made a comment. about her history growing up in the deep south, being brown.  Now,  I don't know about you, and maybe my eyes are deceiving me,  but to me, Nikki Haley  does not look brown. She looks like a white Suburban mother.  That's what she looks like. Now, she did grow up in a Indian family. I saw a picture of her family the other day, and her dad was in some traditional type Indian garb. And, um,  you know, but she, you know, if white privilege was a real thing, Nikki Haley would have it.  Not saying that it's a real thing.  But.  Here, here it is. Here comes Nikki Haley saying that she was, she was teased every day for being brown while in the deep south and that she has black friends.  Here we go.  We were the only Indian family in our small southern town.  I was teased every day for being brown.  So anyone that wants to question it can go back and look at what I've said on how hard it was to grow up in the deep south. As a brown girl, anybody can look at my record and see when Walter Scott was shot down by a dirty cop, how I made sure that the Walter Scott family didn't suffer because we put the first body camera bill in the country in place. Anybody can look at the fact that when we had nine amazing souls die in Mother Emanuel Church, I did something that no Republican or Democrat ever wanted to touch, which was call for the Confederate flag to come down because it would take two thirds of the House and Senate and was an impossible feat.  I don't know what you're implying with that, but what I will tell you is, saying that I had black friends is a source of pride. Saying that I had white friends is a source of pride. If you want to know what it was like growing up, I was disqualified from a beauty pageant because I wasn't white or black. Because they didn't know where to put me. So look, I know.  So let me get this straight. Nikki Haley  was disqualified from a beauty pageant because they didn't know whether she was white  or she was black.  Now,  I don't know If my math's off, just like my eyes are off, apparently, because I don't see a  brown woman in the deep south, I see a  white privilege card holding, uh, you know, suburban mom, but Nikki Haley was born in like 1972, I think. And Nikki Haley would have been in a beauty pageant, let's say 16 years later, almost in 1990.  Right, let's say she was 15, would have been 90,  72, 87, right? Like,  was there segregated beauty pageants in 1987?  Cuz I think I'm missing something here and and even if there was  You think they're gonna have a white and a black category and then you're gonna be like, hey guys I would like to participate and then they would say, uh White black are you white? Are you?  Uh, you're disqualified, like, do you think how that that's really how that conversation went? Or do you think that Nikki Haley is a liar?  Because I think Nikki Haley is just a liar. And we see that further shown by her actions, which we will see here in just a second, against her husband, which allegedly.  And I say allegedly because it's just a signed affidavit, just a signed affidavit, which, you know, means that if the person was lying, they would potentially go to jail, but just a signed affidavit stating that she cheated on her husband while  he was, I believe, while he was active duty. If not mistaken, potentially even like deployed. I don't know if that's correct, but I know he was active duty at the time. Um, so we'll go ahead and read that article. And that to me, like if, if you are cheating on your spouse, right? Like your spouse is you're like, if you have everybody in your whole world, and there's one person that you are going to give. All of your trust to one person that you are going to be the most loyal to one person that you're going to Absolutely not do anything to hurt. It is your spouse, right? Like when you get into a Marriage you're doing it because  well for a lot of reasons But you're doing it because you want to be with that person for the rest of your life Now if I'm your best friend and we've been best friends for 10 years 15 years and you cheat on your wife  I know that if you're not loyal to her, you're not gonna be loyal to me  If I'm your business partner and I find out that you cheated on your wife,  I know that the first opportunity that you get to make a little bit of money that screws me and my business over, you're going to do it. So I'm not going to be your business partner and I'm not going to be your best friend.  I know  that if you find yourself in this situation and  you are also running for office, how can I trust you as a candidate?  Right? So to me, that like, that goes back to the idea  that if If somebody, Nikki Haley is absolutely bought and paid for, she's going to do the thing that is aligned with what is in her, her, not even her family's, not even her, her, her  immediate family, but her best interest, Nikki Haley's best interest.  So let's go ahead and read this. This comes from the Postmillennial, and it says Nikki Haley allegedly cheated on her husband with lobbyist and communications consultant prior to  South Carolina governorship.  Yikes.  Uh,  court documents have revealed that Nikki Haley did in fact cheat on her husband before becoming governor, and that one of her lovers was a married South Carolina lobbyist.  She was  Having an affair with a lobbyist.  So not only are you taking their money,  but you're also,  you know,  Haley repeatedly denied that she'd been unfaithful to her husband, Michael. When allegations first broke in 2010, they've been married for 28 years.  And have two children together. According to the Daily Mail, the aforementioned lobbyist, Larry Marchant, Jr. And Haley's communications consultant, Will Foulkes admitted in signed affidavits that they both, they had both on separate occasions had affairs with the then future government. So not one. But two people, both signed affidavits. In his affidavit, Marchant said that he and Haley had sexual intercourse during a conference in Salt Lake City in June of 20, or 2008. I came forward publicly on this matter only after being contacted by the press and after hearing Rep Haley claim that she had been 100 percent faithful to her husband in response to the folks allegations, when I knew her statements were absolutely false.  Yikes. Um, so that to me says a lot, right? And that's not to say that somebody can't change and somebody can't, you know, go through a, a, a transformation and become loyal again. And, you know, I get it. Like,  but that sounds pretty shady. stuff to me, right? And like I said, if you are going into that situation and you have your one person in life that is like, that's my guy, that's, that is my girl. That is, that is going to be the, the mother of my children, the father of my children, uh, whatever that is, if you can't find it within yourself. To  conduct yourself in a manner that would align yourself with that trust that would align yourself It's just how are you gonna run for office and and let alone just even talk about the optics of this That how easy is this for them to bring this up? Now that's not to say that every single person that's been on one of these debate stages Doesn't have a ton of skeletons in their closet, which they do  But  this is one of them  Right? And especially with like a lobbyist. It wasn't even like her personal trainer or something. I don't know.  All right. Um, now I did have one last thing that I wanted to touch on and this is about Donald Trump. Donald Trump sent out a statement on truth and it said a president of the United States must have full immunity.  Without which it would be impossible for him or her to properly function. Now I found this to be an interesting statement. The reason that I think this is an interesting statement is I kind of wanted to talk this through with you guys and see if I agree. And I don't think that I do. I don't think a president should have full immunity. I think that  what, what is the, like,  I believe that there are certain things that a president has to do. I think that the presidential role is inherently a criminal job. You have to.  Murder people  you have to you know engage with shady foreign entities You have to run the CIA and the FBI which just in and of itself is going to come with illegal illicit activities as they've shown a track record for for  you know, however long since the you know, 47 when the FBI was or the CIA was created  But to me, it's like how could I absolutely disagree with this? I don't think a president should have immunity I think that yes, the job would be hard If you didn't have immunity,  that's the job. You have to do it within the guidelines of legality, because if there's no, if a president can get into office and immediately become unhinged and have absolute full immunity for every action that they've ever taken,  then, then, then what's, what. What are we doing here? Like, you just get to murder people, you get with no repercussions, you have no barriers and guidelines to the way that you have to dictate your actions, you don't have to follow the Geneva Convention, like, what would make you think that the president should have full immunity? So, I'll continue his statement, give you the full context, but it says, Without much, it would be impossible for him or her to properly function. Any mistake, even if well intended, would be met with almost certain indictment by the opposing party at term's end.  I, I think in today's political landscape, that is true. That's what we're seeing here  is that Donald Trump has absolutely been a political witch hunt. Uh, you know, how, how many indictments does he have now? Like 30 or something. Um, how many states has he been indicted under? How many, how much of it is stuck? And really it's more about, to me, the precedence that this is going to set moving forward because then whoever gets out of office next time, same thing. Right. And so I understand the point. I understand the premise, but I just don't see how inaction that's an effective way to run a country. Is there any country that operates that way? Maybe Russia. Maybe Putin has like absolute immunity in North Korea and  China. But like, is that really what we're shooting for? Is North Korea, China, and China. Right.  You know, Russia's  type of, uh, you know, totalitarian regimes.  I don't think so. Um, even if well intended, would be met with almost certain indictment by the opposing party. Even events that cross the line, quote unquote, must fall under total immunity, or it would be years of trauma trying to determine good from bad. There must be certainty. Example, you can't stop police from doing the job of strong and effective crime, Trump said, prevention because you want to guard against the occasional rogue cop or bad apple.  You can't stop police from doing the job of strong and effective crime prevention. Uh, sometimes you just have to live with the great, but slightly imperfect. All presidents must have complete and total presidential immunity or the authority and decisiveness of a president of the United States will be stripped and gone forever. Hopefully this will be an easy decision. God bless the Supreme Court.  And this says, if anything, presidents and politicians should be held to a higher legal standard, not a lower legal standard. And I think that his, his example of police, uh, just kind of defeats his entire argument there. I just don't see how that holds true because if you give police absolute immunity.  Then they're just gonna, like, I think that cops, people who sign up to be police are inherently good people. I do. I wholeheartedly believe that. I believe they generally have good intentions. But I also believe if you take a big enough sample size of people that there's going to be, as he quotes in here, bad apples. And that doesn't allow you to Just randomly walk down the street and, you know, not follow the, the force escalation protocols that are called for being in the police force. You still have guidelines and those guidelines that police have are far more stringent. And, and they get indicted or they, they get perceived or prosecuted probably at a far higher rate than, than any political person ever  as a result. They literally have body cameras in the middle of their body that, that follows the every move. Right? Like, so, to me, the argument falls apart, and I think it's a little self serving. Um, again, I don't think Trump is going to be found guilty of anything, and I don't believe that he should be. But I also just don't think that the precedent of setting the example that the president just can absolutely do no wrong is a good one. I just think it's a false premise, and that it will cause something horrific to happen, just like if you gave police absolute immunity. Um, the people who hold the positions of power, You know, with great power comes great responsibility, right?  Spider Man.  It's like you, you have to inherently have a microscope on you. And the law has to be in place because without it, you could just turn it into a complete totalitarian regime. You could do whatever you wanted when you get, you could, and especially when you're determining, you know, the, you're the, the head of the entire largest, strongest military in all of history. So  to me. I just don't agree. Um, so now that we've properly set the stage of what is going on in our current political landscape, this is going to bring us to our deep dive of the week and the deep dive of