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i join me every thursday on the alex silent shore and i'll be speaking to guess in the world. the politics, small business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. me well, come, kill redacted deny this is the show where americans in america covering american news are called foreign agents. this week was a big, weak fox. i thought that they would never come, but we did this week job by and now at the end of combat missions in iraq. they're incredible. can you believe it? combat operations in iraq are over a mere 10 years after president obama. 2 said this today, i can report that as promise, the rest of our troops in iraq will come home by the end of the year. after nearly
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9 years america's war. busy in iraq will be over. i remember that day finding out the iraq war was finally over. it's just does. it says incredible that we've though it was just drilling to hear, especially when just a year before that president obama had said this. so tonight i am announcing that the american combat mission in iraq has ended operation. iraqi freedom is over. i remember that day finding out that the iraq war was finally over. wow, just wow. really big, big deal. your eyes, the long, hard thought war would finally over are men and women did not die in vain are hundreds of billions of dollars. we're not spent in vain. that was so good to hear . and to think that was your, to scan 7 years after this. me
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major combat operations and iraq have ended in the battle of iraq. the united states and our allies have prevailed. yeah. i remember that day finding out that the iraq war was finally over. it's just so emotional to see, i've put an end of the violence. i mean, hearing a war and you know is over is a big deal, but to be able to end a war 4 times has just been truly, truly wonderful. we are such a peaceful nation. we were able to stop the war in iraq, 4 times in the same country. no, no one else could do that. no one else could, could even dream to be that peaceful. i can't even think of a country that ended war in iraq once more. so i have 4 times and to think that
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speech by george bush came barely 13 years after this one by george bush. as commander in chief, i can report to you, our armed forces thought with honor and valor, and as president, i can report to the nation. aggression is defeated, the war is over. god . to bye beat right there. we've been to the warner right 5 times. how we were to book that anyone can edit, wants or twice, but 5 times. oh yes, only america. so we buy an end in combat missions in iraq. again, i think it's time to review all of our achievements. we the united states, we went in there and in just 3 minds, 66 months, a year, a little over 2 years. okay. it was, it was
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a shane shade longer than 5 years or was it some quick math? and just a shade under 20 or 30 years. we went in there and wait. why we resigned? we we, we stopped then we we went in there they 2 years ago and we top or sit down those jane. yeah. many years ago that was, that was many years ago since then we have, we have totally brought down or, or built up job thing and found what happened to match it. no, no, never, never did that, but way, way we went in there we, we went in there, we went in there. point it's all over. and it's joe biden has said it is
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over except for as mercenaries and drop bombs and papa governments. but you can't, you can't play my for keeping that stuff co and everybody does that stuff. i mean, it's like, like picking, you know is, you know, everyone denies it, but when you're home alone, you'll drop and drop palm on a wedding party. right. who doesn't? ok, seriously though, this announcement that were end in combat operations in iraq and actually revealed a lot about the american empire. it reveals that the same go dawn, no matter who's in that oval office. they all pretend they're ending war. they all pretend we're doing, jumped and just been noble while we're at war. they all pretend they're making rational, brave decisions. but no matter who's in that top spot, they don't know. it's just, it's just a bad movie on repeat and you and you try and stop it and your mash and the buttons
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on the remote turn. and it won't stop and you, your junk and knob off the tv because you refuse to buy a modern tv and you're ripping not a little wire down the wall, jack, to why it was out. why this moment also revealed yet again, that our main remedial will trip over themselves to carry water for lying presidents and military goons. they will run around lick and boat and counting this announcement for bye and as important as exciting will never mentioning that. we've ended combat operations in iraq over and over and over and over again. they don't tell you that both because they're idiots and because they know their jobs rest on pushing propaganda for the empire, they are meaningless. clowns and moments like this, yet again, prove it. so that being said,
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i can't wait for the year 2025. when president the rock will announce the end of combat operations in iraq. it take the rock to know a rock come to washington dc. the valley, the base is redacted. the night the i welcome i'm li cam. now let's check the news from behind medicare for all advocates took to the streets of over 50 us cities this past weekend. let me start by saying i do support free health care, but i just don't believe we have the money to pay for health care for all right now . i mean, i mean, look at our military budget, the senate this week added $25000000000.00 to biden's defense budget,
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which means they failed to add $30000000000.00 to our military budget, or $40000000.00 or 43000000. those are all the numbers that can take up. they only added $25000000000.00 to the military intelligence. industrial complex is already one trillion dollar. 0 annual pay date, i mean we would such a pathetic measly amount of money. how will the joint chiefs of staff keep their gold plated well, if properly polished for the winter festival in which they ceremonially impregnated f 35 fighter jet by a hump against town pipe rental? they that i think we're all asking that question right. how could we possibly pay for our citizens to have something as frivolous, an elitist as health care when our military had do and to combat missions in iraq this week? i assume, because they didn't have the cash to keep going on. our trillion dollar military is
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suffering right now. they're borderline destitute. i heard instead of night vision goggles, they're only equipped with day vision goggles, which they don't even need because it's data and you can, you can just see without them david goggles are just called eyes. i also heard, instead of canine units, they could only afford k 8 units, which is just a woman named kate. i mean she's, she's coal, but it don't get me wrong, you fine. but she can't like sniff out bombs or anything. and she is not man's best friend. she's in ok, friend a bad, but she's not like pick up at the airport late at night or something. neither would a dog come to think of it. still still, our military is suffering instead of catalog best. our military can only afford sweater vests i heard, which, which a don't stop a bullet. i don't, i don't think and be are hot. and then the desert, who wants
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a sweater vest when it's a 112 degrees out? not to mention, you know, easy a target. you are 1st neighbor when you dress like tucker carls in the middle of the thing. it's just, it's terrible point being we don't have money for health care. right now. we need that money to pissed away on our military. moving on, you've likely heard about worth of lower daniel hale. he revealed that our military killer drawn program, murders, almost entirely innocent civilians. in the rare event that kill a bad guy. it's like a lucky accident. hale showed the american people why we have blood on our hands. i don't know about you, but until then i was pretty baffled by a thought. i thought i had like a really bad hangnail every single day. anyway, 1st showing us the truth about the killing being done in our names. daniel hale was sentenced this week to 45 months in prison, almost 4 years. to put that in perspective,
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famed killer henry kissinger sentence to 0 month imprison, famed puppet of murderous profiteers. george w bush bush sentenced to 0 months in prison. prolific serial killer general mad dog madness sentence to 0 months in prison. superstar killers of, of children, bill going and madeline albright, who said in an interview that killing half a 1000000 iraq in children was, quote, worth it. 2 of them were sentenced to 0 months in prison. people responsible for all of the war crimes creed created committed by our drone assassination program. 0 months in prison. but the guy who revealed the war, grimes, daniel hale, 45 months in prison. vision of not telling the truth. for several years we hear redact of the night have been following the story of the syrian chemical
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weapons attacks. and the story followed an interesting pass basically starting after the 2013 chemical attack and due to we told you it was born that a shot had used chemical weapons, even though he knew it would mean any or certain attack by the us military. then there was another chemical attack, this time in duma, and we told you again, it was both the nature media pretended. it wasn't more then a bunch of really awesome, independent journalists like aaron, john pilcher and seymour hersh, dug into the balls and found that it was in need both then for whistleblowers from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons, the o p c w, the top organisation for those type of things came forward and said they know the bully about the doom attack was definitely bull. and now we
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have new evidence. the as of this week showing the 2013 go to attack was, can you guess most malice stuff is so hard to predict and it's just so hard effect there in montana reported this week for the gray zone. a new open source study conclude that theory and insurgence carried out the go to sarah a chemical attack in august 2013. meaning was not assad government. who did it, the good good attack killed hundreds of people with the use of sarah and rockets. their motto reported based on their trajectories, the study traces all 7 missile impact locations back to the most likely large spot where they all intersected. a small area with an insurgent controlled territory. dislocation is about 2 kilometers from any impact site. the agreed range calculated by experts for the bulking rockets used in the go to attack. well, i thought that was going to be a little more convincing. it's just the trajectory isn't maybe they got the wrong.
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who notes? right. no one knows your footage has previously surfaced of insurgents wearing gas masks, firing volcano rackets. yeah. but maybe those people weren't insurgents. maybe they just happen to be sarah and covered volcano rockin enthusiasts who run right? no one, no identifying themselves as members of the insurgent group, lead islam. god can that guy? i'm? i'm trying to help you out here telling people there is no proof. it was insurgents and you're just run around, go on, i word paris, insurgence and we'll be shooting fair and could you, could you back up a little i don't get any sara on you. it says you're good to geneva convention. it's very deadly. that's why we're using it that much. we're insurgent, non government boards is you could tell by the name tags, we always were not sure why we do that on a battlefield. i feel it's
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a little more personable. you know, just because killing people with sharon doesn't made way where we can't be cordial and introduce ourselves, dr. was tell the american government knows what the real truth is. and if they say it was a child who did it, then it was a sad to get an ad fell liberty in the london review books. seymour hersh revealed that us intelligence collected evidence pointing to syrian insurgent responsibility for the good attack. yes, us intelligence community want to go in and try to help you push your propaganda about it being a sod who use the chemical weapons and your standing back days gone. it was probably inserted one or probably one will still still still. there's just one intelligence report, insurgents in yard as groups don't even have access to sarah and there's, there's no way they fired those rockets that you don't even have at the defense intelligence agency reported the newsroom, syria maintained
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a searing production. so the most advanced saran plot, since okay, does pre 9 live in effort? god damn. no, i don't. i was the narrator. i have this guy, is it daniel? daniel who neff look may be the d o d and american intelligence and independent journalists. maybe they don't know what they're talking about. i bet they all are western military intelligence agencies and their, and the people that work what they probably said. it was a job who did this, the british military laboratory putting down, had found that the syrian used in good did not match the current known to exist in the syrian government arsenal. half off, you know? yeah. you know, i don't give and i'll give cnn and fox news, amazon, the same babysit satera enough credit putting for this kind of profit. and it's
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exhausting every word you honor is contradicted by fruit sat sat fair. i'm the way to art on those mainstream media guys. what they do is nothing short of miraculous selling both the people and telling them it's joclett is not an easy task. well, well done. my head is off to you guys where to go to a quick break, but you check out my interview this week with dennis cruz senate said portable dot tv or listen to it on the redacted night podcast. it's called moment of clarity. it's on i tune spotify. and stitcher right back, a lot more. ah, rather driven by dreamer shaped by person, those in
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me thing. we dare to ask me a whole lot in my phone are 69. i've done a lot of them i just saw under the dollar a former isis fighters and they're now boarding a philippine naval ship in john $900.00. jeff, aren't abdulla still don't know,
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watch waiting for them. can i the whole me welcome back. i'm still a camp. the city of buffalo, new york is now on the precipice of electing a socialist mayor. that is in less than cities, establishment finds a way to game their own system to stop or for more. we go to our very own intelligence failure. anders lea ah, after generations of loss in population, industrial jobs and super bowl titles, buffalo has achieved the highest rate of concentrated poverty in the entire state
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of new york. so far, attempts to revitalize the economy through tax. abatements have failed. but buffalo's fortunes may soon be changed, as in getting redistributed to its poor and working class. in june, warmer union nurse in democratic socialist india, walton won the democratic may oral primarily against incumbent violent brown. if elected in november, walton wants to do things like reallocate funds from policing mental health services established public banking, expand communities, land trust, and m tax breaks for businesses in the wealthy to strengthen investment in public housing infrastructure, cooperatives, green jobs, food access in the arch. but won't someone think of the landlords or critics plead if we're not careful, people could find out. we don't actually need them. now, walton would not only be the 1st socialist mayor of a major city in 50 years. sorry, bernie burlington doesn't count. get
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a few more high rises and wraps next time. she would also be the 1st woman of color to buffalos since ever who wouldn't be excited for such an historic occasion? none other than buffalo's business community and lackey mer. byron brown recently announced he would be running in november as a right in canada. mayor brown is the democrat, but since walton has the democratic nomination, this election would make brown in independence. which is weird since i thought the democratic establishment was always saying, vote blue no matter who, maybe they should add a caviar to the slogan like, unless the damage class war fight. and then you gotta go with the right in. i don't know why or a boat in any case, here's mister mayor, explaining what the voters have said. we know the difference between socialism and democracy. yeah, we are going to fight for democracy in the city of buffalo. the voters have
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said that they don't want an unqualified in experience. radical socialists, i guess he's right, as in those are things that select voters have said specifically to him. that's a great thing about of agary like the voters. you could also claim that the voters in washington d. c. have said we should have polish traffic circles and you would be right because that's the thing. at least one voter has said, even yelled, i'll be it to myself while getting lost for the umpteenth time. because the lose direction is growing, war tex's, i pass pieced, read 17 times, and i had to spend the night in the middle of a circle. now, despite the backing of wealthy donors like far right, real estate mobil, carl palladino once said that michelle obama should live in a cave with gorillas. brown's reelection campaign will be an uphill battle. it's never easy to win an election when your name isn't even. i'm about, especially when you're running against the democratic nominee in a deep blue city like buffalo, byron brown, also asked to depend on
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a majority of voters spelling his name, right, which is a very difficult task for a byron half. the city probably thinks his name is brian. but even if this loyal servant of capital is defeated by his radical socialist challenger, western new york's ruling class is already drawing up back up plans. this week buffalo's common council announced they were considering a new system where the mayor would be no one. and no, in case you're wondering, they're not talking about replacing the government with a democratic confederation of anarchist polyamory sex communes. they are talking about a city manager who would be selected by the 9 member council in conjunction with the community to carry out the will of the council members. that is to carry out the will of the business elite with less interference. it's effectively a boring cou away for the bourgeois z, the bypass democracy and speak directly to its manager. the council member
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introducing this repose which would have to make it passed. buffalo voters has listed issues with mayor brown as reason for such a change. not in the a walton. it's just an incredible coincidence that they're introducing this now. right is brown is likely on the way out in a democratic socialist, 2 will take on police unions and developers. is likely on the way in a socialist understand. this is just the beginning. if any one wins her agenda will face massive opposition from detractors, local, national, and global leaders in government, the democratic party, and even some trade unions will do their best to undermine her at every turn. but if the people are on her side and organize to do more than just vote than a socialist buffalo can be achieved until then, the focused must be on beating byron bron or brian brown with bar barbara bush, big bird can't remember from buffalo manders late with redacted,
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and now for all the news, we didn't have time to get to know. we have time to get to it. please welcome naomi care mani. hello lee and me. so as you know, stephen danziger was found guilty of contempt of court and sentences 6 months in jail environment. environmental environmental and human rights lawyer food chevron, for spilling 16000000000 gallons of oil in the equitorial rain forest. so chevron wants to make clear that they are allowed to spill their spilling company. i was the texaco before but now it's chevron. they made their slogan. like we lot spilling oil like then you couldn't really prosecute them. right, exactly. yeah, job. it is their job, but this, this verdict isn't a surprise. we knew that the judge was definitely biased. we knew that the court was against him because he had a private, secure, private law firm that had ties to chevron prosecuting the case where the judge
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had a private prosecutor. yeah, yes. the judge had a private prosecutor here. you know, a lot of details. sorry. i've been reading it. yeah. yeah, that's really unfortunate and discussing which is kind of our criminal justice that works now. exactly. and seeing this in public, you wonder what's happening behind the scenes like we basically chevron, bring the core to act as dunes for higher. and so you wonder like, what are they doing behind the scenes that they pulling somebody's to, toenails off and being like, tell us they don't have cancer from us. i think there's one person i think they just give them lots of money. judges, they want to corrupt. exactly, exactly. so another story might have heard that quote close. he said yesterday that or 2 days ago plus, he said that biting cannot cancel student loans. only congress can, which goes against what people in her party are saying, and legal experts. yeah,
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i think that's what they call not true. yes, exactly, and biden is probably like so confused. now he's like, i can't be the president one buttons and probably also like can you find a reason that i can live and they're like, turns out we don't have any pen. so yeah, exactly. and it turns out below, sees has been kind of disconnected to federal service loan servicing. so and their family has a master for change. well yeah, as one of the richest members of all. busy of congress, which is already very rich. i think it, you know, it makes perfect sense to live the wife's grants to everyone stuck in debt because then it makes it makes it more enjoyable for her to be rich. you know? yes, thank you so much. now. thank you. i
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. there are your headlines from the future in 2 weeks. you'll read joe by and spends a long weekend wracking brain for original snazzy way to again announce end of war in iraq. not a lot of brain rack. and in september you'll learn. pennell, if u. s. military force to reuse victim countries rather than moving on to fresh ones . well, cycling, it's good for the planet. right? and one month you'll find out buffalo new york narrowly avoid having social is mayor, bypassing bill setting may or must be marsupial of some sort of work. that's our show. but check out the redacted i podcast. it's called moment of clarity and my other podcasts called government secrets both are free on stitcher. spotify and i turned until next time. good night. keep biting. ah,
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ah, no. what was the good and bad in the matter? i can hardly walk by now. i know, i should know moment the age of new york on mon fields on miles like one of them that you will have an association national before we get off the solar is being on a deeper than, i mean, i mean, i saw it and there was one on my in my name is
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the historic protests raging in france for a good weekend, straight with people venting their fury and co good health policies. under mandatory vaccination. the friends are also angry over what they see them on top in korea out a cordial understanding of the front. but france becomes the only new countries not exempt from corona virus quarantine rules and the u. k. we asked people in pirate for their thoughts on the move thing. it's political, it's nothing else has anything to do with relative myers. i do think that it's pretty ridiculous they shouldn't single out certain country.


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