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and china continues this drive 1st to piri, already through space attack system. countries including the united states, are wondering what is actually being built actually defend against such advanced combat weaponry. we're going to tell you what is currently available and what is being developed. and the european union is having a repeated problem with one country. and i just don't know what to do with it. while the issue, poland refuses to conform and lead you policy rule supreme over national legislation, we will bring you the latest power struggle going on in europe and a terabyte and we're coming. that's the motto for the new migrant caravan, which adjusted broke through the national guard row block in mexico. we will have a debate about the latest round of thousands marching towards the southern border and what should await them when they reach their destination. home price is skyrocketed just a few weeks ago. however, you are unable to purchase a home and don't expect to save much money by renting as a rental prices are also dramatically increasing. so what does this mean for the
current state of the economy? we will look into it. i'm sky now hughes and we're going to give you the 360 view of these stories on today's news via hughes are right here on our to america. ah. last week will tensions rose as the world became aware of china's hypersonic weapons capability. now granted, russia also had previously successfully tested the same technology. but i guess the idea was not as scary as the chinese having the ability to shoot an intercontinental ballistic missile. now this morning, greg, hey, seo, raytheon said the u. s. is actually several years behind china and russia in terms of hypersonic missiles begging the question. if united states in her allies cannot fight back in the a means at the very least, what can they do to defend themselves?
well, let's bring on it. no, i'm i, cherry, a former army officer and republican correctional candidate in nevada and johnson. ladies geopolitical strategists and trilogy advisors. thanks for joining me gentlemen. thank you john. i want to start with you just because the chinese have actually had a successful test. does that mean the technology is actually ready to be used tomorrow? it's not. the chinese are involved in a series of tests that go back several years as does the united states, which actually has been testing for about 15 years. so though that's much been ramped up in recent years, both by raytheon and frankly, by lockheed martin, which i think currently has about 6 different hypersonic mitchell programs under way and expects to be able to produce hypersonic missiles between 20232026 of course russia really gave the world this technology starting the late 1900 fifties and early 19 sixty's report, dropping it for
a number of years and restarting the current hypersonic missile testing process in 2018. so what china has right now is part of a series of test, but no one is actually deploying hypersonic missiles yet, this is still a nascent technology, but it is going to be probably one of the major drivers of a global nuclear and conventional arms race between russia, china and the united states for a number of years to come. and that's probably why the conversation is happening today is because of what could happen in the future. so noah, what do we know? does the united states actually have to defend itself against any form of a hypersonic missile in the future? are we in the development phases? well, we can do that today. i mean, conventional forms of this, that's my present, a good plan to evolve and refine, to try to come up with something that is able to, to grapple with the challenges of the maneuverability unpredictability speeds of
the next generation. missiles are kind of an interesting hybrid between some of the characteristics of icbm ballistic missile, as well as a cruise missile. and i think, you know, we don't, can really reliably take that out. but of course, perhaps in the terminal phase, when they slow down, i think next generation laser insurance and countermeasures that are, that the united states has been developing in combination with some anti missile that actually technology from other applications might be able to combine, to come up with something an optical list of laser based defense, my work. but the real, the real question, the practical question i suppose is, you know, you're a, 1st of all, there's not a proliferation of these weapons where they get that any of the, you know, china or russia at this stage, present an ass strike with terms of relief because they just,
they're just doing their, their numbers are highly expensive, they're still very developmental phase. we don't know that they're capable of deploying. and so we're, we're, we're not at the stage yet of emergency situation just simply, there's not enough of them to present a formidable threat and we have some time to come up with a deterrent or counter murder. the other thing we, we ought to do at a countermeasure to turn to come up where. busy equally robust, offensive technology to present to deterrence in terms of mutually assured at least . ready do turn to turn effect with for accustomed to having the cold war and i hear, well, that's right. i hear what you're saying, how we're still in the early, early developments. and yet i went back to john on this one because china just within the last few hours is launched a satellite, crushing weapon and present. she's actually come out and said that the valves continue this arms development. obviously the very celebrated piece. so place. so
are the chinese already preparing to crush any defense put up against them, whether be here at home or more importantly, they're prepared for in the sky. it sounds like to very important development that you're detailing here, scotty and this is supposedly a space debris monitoring device that china has played up. oh, we've come to learn that china is supremely adept at deception on a global scale. and they also have what we know as a civil military fusion, where anything that has civil applications is immediately applied to military applications, including violations of international agreements that the chinese communist party has signed on to. including looking to see, to what extent we can keep weapon ization of space to a minimum, if not to an absolute 0 to the extent possible. but these big bree monitoring satellites can also be used to literally grapple and crush us satellites. and those of our european allies and other allies around the world. and so we do see now an escalation of the weapon ization of the space program through these chinese
activities. and it really is part of china's larger unrestricted warfare against the united states and against the global west, where they really don't see themselves bound by any of the conventional norm. so agreements that the u. s. and other countries abide by. well, that's interesting to agree that because a great segue for me to throw back over to john on this and because in the end it comes down to how to me, how did the different cultures approach war. that's been the problem throughout time. you know, some people say they find that there's their standards of war. there's vide, but then other say, you know what, went on the battlefield. there are no rules. so john, how do i know a, how do the chinese view warfare versus the united states and other co western countries, the warfare you know, you know, we're seeing in real time today, we're seeing in real time today played out, you know, sun to think of a strange general said supremacy in warfare as did your opponent with the foreign shop. right. so we're experiencing that globally, especially just as a 100 percent. correct. so they're,
they're ambitions are belligerent. they are setting h, setting the, the, to your unified taiwan. you know, they've got, they've now got afghans in which they have the 47 my border with they, they will, the south china, they will go, you know, as far as they can still be ultimately, australia they can put there and version globally. ready are now they find themselves in kind of slow power with their, their national average area, the western united states, but cool collision of tree or representational democracy as opposed to the marxist one party state of china. and they're merging the global superpower of the chinese communist party, the empire. that's there on the march now, because we're relatively weak in the west. well, i'm actually militarily, but when i think they pay close attention to that they target specifically,
which is a weak in the population of countries just to right to prepare the battlefield to match the rat to create political strive to basically so mischief jibley as much as possible behind the scenes and indicated the media entertainment where they can do that, we can resolve in the unity of a country as well. so now they're at a point right now are they are relatively strong compared to the west. and it's a scary time. they basically came out and said that it's inevitable that they're going to go after taiwan. and the question is how will last respond? and that is, i think, a question that we're looking for answers for probably, hopefully, sooner rather than later. no, john, great to talk with you. thank you for your insight. now, poland continues to fight back on european union policies, violating rules that agree to by the other 27 countries in the union. now poland is ex, refused to take the more liberal view on the l g, b t q writes media, freedom,
judiciary independence, actually more conservative. you on social issues and then siding with actually less eco friendly energy options, guaranteed to help ease the energy crisis. that is happening in europe right now for poland going into winter, not making them very popular with their neighbors. story me now to discuss is our t writer and producer neighbor a sharma, leach ned, thank you so much for joining me. let's talk pole in this debate. that's happening right now in the you actually kind of reminds me a little bit about what's going on here in the united states. states rights versus federal rights where they're outlined and who actually has a supreme power. we have different rules regarding that. we have the 10th amendment here in the united states does that. it actually exists in poland in the, you know, obviously different situation. i mean, the u. s. states started out, theoretically, is independent polities, european states have been independent qualities for centuries before that and the u . isn't quite set up like the u. s. it's set up more like the soviet union in the sense that brussels is supreme and all of these other countries can,
can pretend that their sovereign can take the blame for everything that goes wrong, but can never take the credit for everything. anything that goes right, right. so whenever something goes wrong, it's a national government's fault whenever, whenever something goes right, it's the, it's the credit of russell's is how it works out in practice. you tried to sort of have this constitution that would turn it from an alliance of countries into a true supernatural entity. and it got rejected. and referenda back in the arts, the i right famously had to vote twice on it until they got it right. and as then days sort of did an end run around people and made it an international treaty to make it easier for brussels to dominate things. ironically, the current ruling party in poland likes to you and you likes they meet each other economically in terms of labor, in terms of natural resources and everything in terms of transfer payments. so where's the problem? problem is, is had a lot of the russell bureaucracy is populated by the opposition. that last the elections and there's, there's an internal elements, right?
but also that the, the ideological component of brussels is this angle american woken is that the polls address checks, the hungarians, and all the other members of the central eastern european betia grad group. don't really necessarily care for. and brussels is basically putting a priority on ideology over economics. and at the point where there is a bit of a gas crisis and a political crisis between its members and especially with britain now gone, things are getting a little longer here as of poll x that i think is what they're calling it. but is this something because of what britain did? the breck said movement that poland is, is inspired by why we're hearing this idea not going to happen. poland, one step you likes to you likes where it isn't d e, but would ideally like brussels to but out of its internal affairs. unfortunately, i don't think constitute like that constitutionally, but fundamentally the way the was structured. i don't think brussels will
contemplate the option. okay. so let's just say that it's getting more, more contentious right now. it's obvious. they ramping up what weapons and i say weapons, not necessarily physical, military weapons, but what weapons do poland has to try to make sure that they stay within the e. u and the e respects their boundaries. i did that, it's probably going to be a budget fight waged in committees. there's going to be litigation. there's going to be law fair. there's going to be veto threats because if anybody knows anything about holding veto power, it's to pulls through their own history. it's, it's basically going to come down to some rather nasty bureaucratic and fighting that is going to be mostly incomprehensible, but to outside observers. and don't necessarily rely on the press to make it any more intelligible because they've got their marching orders. they've got an error to try it. it won't come down to coal being cut off from certain countries in it. it won't come down to the, it sounds like there's actually an energy crisis. the appalling saying, we're going to keep people warm. we don't care about the rest of you. well, if they're, if the choice is between adopting this pie in the sky green energy plan, that's
a little early on them. it's literally necessitated europe to import more russian gas this winter because they cut the branch and they're sitting on and keeping the people warm food winter to polls are going to use cold. they're not going to care. right. and they're going to worry about the western europeans complaining about green stuff later. definitely not a good timing to have this kind of fight when there's a, when they actually had the weather coming in. that's a good point to thank you now for talking with us. now when we come back an estimate at 1700000 migrants have already been encountered by law enforcement at the southern border and with a new wave of thousands marching north through mexico. concerns regarding how in already overwhelmed customs and border patrol. will handle the latest wait. what we're going to discuss after the break.
oh, does europe pappas strategic vision for the future? what kind of relationship will it develop with china? europe stands at a crossroads, will remain dependent on washington as a junior partner or will, europe ought to play the role of a great power on the world stage. at least 3000 africans haitians, south and central americans have formed a very large caravan travelling through mexico and expecting to arrive at the border and several weeks as a group called by organizers. the moderate care of ana goal is simple. once they reach the border, ask the president biden for asylum, but how a president by next to respond to this latest round of migrants considering he himself as yet to actually visit the border since taking office 3360, we bring an attorney at brock, lori, and a former colorado state law maker, ted harvey, thanks for joining me. thank you. thank you. brock. we'll start with you. what are
the legal reasons why asylum can be granted to the migrants? yeah, so this is a very straightforward law political side. you have to show a reasonable fear of imminent danger to yourself on the grounds of religious belief, political affiliation, national identity, or some sort of other group like that in order to join political shall you also have to prove that you didn't go to another country 1st and where you could have gotten political or so that's a big no, no, in the political science world mess exactly. what's happening here, because mexico did offer political sound to this caravan. and as a consequence, they really have lost the ability, legally speaking, to ask for political asylum, at least here in america. but yet i think that there is a good chance they still will be granted it on some forms. have we seen, do you know, legally have we seen that? we're looking at 1700000 so far had they've all been granted a sounds,
the ones that been allowed to come into the country so far as we're hearing stories about midnight flights into new york, spreading different under age children. do we know that they've all been granted at this point? have they all been processed as far as a don't within a brock? this is a brock. yeah. as far as i know, and none of them have received political cell and that's a long process. and it to take very often years in the making, i have represented class, i don't remember how long it took, but no, there's a big difference between getting political salad simply being allowed to go to the country. and that's where i went to bring ted on, because i went to get that established there. thank you broke. because americans right now, should they be fearful, considering, as you're willing to read the images of these migrant caravans breaking through law enforcement in the national guard of mexico. should they be fearful of what is coming into america, ted? well, i think they should be concerned that our federal government is not doing anything
to defend our sovereign boarders. that is probably the number one job of the president of the united states is to protect our borders in this administration has been doing just the opposite. they have been encouraging this kind of behavior since the very 1st day that the by the administration came into office. and the very 1st thing that he did was passed an executive order that overturned trumps, remain in mexico policy. the probably the most successful immigration policy that any president has ever put in place. and this administration turned it over on day one, fully anticipating knowing that this would be the end result. ok, so there, anticipating it. i mean, it's been now what 89 months of this ted, do you feel like that? why are we still continuing to see these waves? is that what's motivating waves to come? we're the 1st is trials and because they've been away able to get away with it. the next wave is coming. well i, i don't blame people from wanting to leave. there are countries that have been
destroyed by socialism and coming to the united states. that is the most exceptional country on the face, the earth, if i was in those countries, i would do the same for my family. but that is not the issue. the issue should be that our administration, our president, should be doing everything they can to stop this and to say that don't come here, stay in your country and change your country and change your government to put in place. the policies that we have here in the united states. okay, so i pull it back over to, to broaden we're talking about the accountability on this. you know, what is the accountability? do you feel country? you mentioned that you don't think that all point 1700000 migrants have been given full actual ability to come in. but they are, they're being led in do you feel like they have been accounted for and that what is the legal responsibility of the united states for their safety and for knowing who they are down the road? well, i think it's a 100 percent of the legal responsibility of the american government to figure out who is here and who is not here in terms of the illegal immigrants here. look,
i don't even think that they know how many illegal immigrants there were before this caravan before this, this administration with 1700000 that have already arrived. i think the, the claim was always $11000000.00 or so. i think it's more close to 30 or 35000000 in process. it's been many decades of this has been going on. so it's not at all surprised at this case in terms of accountability. yes, we have to do that. i mean, we don't have a sense of who's in this country and then we are really doomed. in terms of sharon government, shadow economy and crime, that won't be accounted for either because it's, it's, it's a very step. and that's a concern because these aren't just phone southern and south america or central america, they're coming from other countries over finding african stations. others are using, this is a way to get in. but ted, you know, we've talked about this before about this amnesty coming in. do you think that despite now we're doing 1700000 just this year so far? now we have 3000. we'd see waves coming in. are you think you think that this will
be the number one issue going into 2020 to 2024 election and it will, amnesty possibly be granted to all of these waves of migrants that are coming in? well, i can't imagine amnesty will be granted. i think the crowns are it, they still are hearing that kind of shower. they've been pushing for it since ronald reagan was an office, and i think that they will continue to push for it. but i don't believe that they'll get the 60 votes and in the united states senate to get it passed. but i do believe this will be the number one issue in the 2022 elections and the 2024 elections. this was the issue and 16 when trump lifted up the banner and said that he would, this would be as number one issue to closing the border and building a wall. the other 16 very good republican candidates would not pick up that issue. and trump came in out of nowhere and swept the deck and, and won the nomination and then beat hillary clinton on this one issue. i believe
what we're seeing this invasion on our southern border is going to be the catalyst issue in the 20222024 elections like it was in 2016. and yet, ted, in this last way that happened just a few weeks ago when we saw the thousands that were camped out underneath the bridge. the story that got a lot of attention with the supposed that how the horse whipping that we're having, which we've turned out to be not even true. and yet that story the next day, magically the i've returned the cameras were off. and all of those people to the bridge, they just disappeared. could we do you think that that's going to be how the the protocol is going to be moving forward. when these $3000.00 hit the border, is there going to be some sort of disruption distraction? and then we're going to see the disappearance of $3000.00 more in the united states . well, that is the modus operandi of the american mainstream media. they are nothing more than a radical leftist that believe in open borders and they're going to do everything to the can to change the narrative. and that's what they've done for decades. i don't think that's gonna change moving forward. but i think what i'm calling for is
that the republican party in washington d. c, would step up and say we're going to shut down washington, d. c. now one thing is going to get through the united states senate until this administration shuts down the border. this is ridiculous, what's going on it's, it's literally on the verge of treason and the republicans, washington d. c. are doing nothing to rise up and, and put a stop to it. and republicans need to be held accountable for just as much as this administration. and you have to ask yourself time and time again since amnesty was granted it back underneath ronald reagan, why they will not actually push the issue and you just might need to look at some of their donors. once again, always good talk to you, broken ted. now as home prices continue to skyrocket, some experts believe the real estate market may finally be calling off. article responding natasha suite has the latest on the home buying trends as the cost of real estate continues to escalate a record high levels. some experts describe what they're calling buyer burnout,
becoming a reality. there is no question. real estate is a hot commodity right now. the city of phoenix has had the top gains nationwide at a 33 percent increase for a whopping 27th street months. san diego has increased more than 26 percent, and tampa bay runs out to the top 3 at 25.9 percent. according to the national case, shriller index home prices rose 19.8 percent year over year in august. price is now sitting at 45.5 percent higher than their peak during 2006. well, it seems prices have been on the up and up. some experts say they're seen as stagnation and the ones fast paced trend selma have core logic. step 80 chief economist says the slowing acceleration and home prices suggest that buyer teague is setting, then have knows that this trend is being seen more and higher and homes. but it's not just real estate. experts say that rent prices across the u. s. are also rising . rentcafe revealing that renting activity is back to pre pandemic levels. the
rental listing service discloses wrenching is up 13 percent in the 1st half of 2021 compared to the 1st half of 2020. and even with the workforce, still not completely back to normal. pretty mac estimates. rent will increase at least 2.5 percent this year. zillow shows it's rent index rose 7 point one percent in june. that's are poorly the biggest annual jump since 2015. some say the rising rates have to do with the ongoing demand for housing and the high real estate price tags. some exports believe the federal eviction moratorium, which was extended by the centers for disease control and prevention through october. 3rd has kept eviction rates much lower. reporting for news is huge and hostile sweets r t. and that is all for today show in the meantime, follow me on twitter at scottie and use. make sure that you use the hash tag team and b, because we want you to be a part of our team and we appreciate your comments. and we're morally for the show and more download the portal that to be app. it's free on your apple or android device and get all the great programming here on our
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