January 31, 2020

Democrats and socialism vice capitalism interview with retired CIA station chief

 

Brad Johnson it is January 30th 2020 and
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I would say one of the greatest threat
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strategic threats facing the West and
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certainly the United States is an odd
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one and it is the complete
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misunderstanding of the nature of
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communism that’s taking place they and
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we see that with those videos that
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Project Veritas was releasing you’re
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getting I mean you get a couple of guys
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who are truly evil that do understand it
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and are pushing for that and I think
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those guys should have something to
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answer for but there’s also lots more
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people people in my daily orbit even who
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just you’ve discussed communism with
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them and they they think it’s this
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benign thing they don’t understand that
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it’s ideologically corrupt and
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destructive they think it’s like some
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kind of you know more fair taxation
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system I don’t know it’s crazy but you
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had some solid experience what’s your
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thoughts on that a couple of things that
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float to the top right away and you know
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the society in large part you know
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always has to be based on economics you
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know the family unit has to be able to
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eat you know have a place to live those
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sorts of things and and so the economics
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societies just built on that and one of
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the things that we’ve seen and as you’ve
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alluded to I mean I’ve lived and worked
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in in Eastern Europe and you know former
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Soviet Union and and seen and socialist
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countries so I’ve seen how all this
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plays out in in reality and one of the
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things that we’re seeing here that it’s
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actually become a far more real threat
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than the previous existed is was like
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Alexandria cos CF Cortes AOC is everyone
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refers to her and a lot of the things
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she was saying were you know
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economically just pure ignorance I mean
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just ridiculously silly you know
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unrealistic things and I found out she
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had an economics degree out of
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university and was astounded by that
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that she could actually graduate from
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university and and know absolutely
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nothing and in fact be sort of
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misinformed as to how things really
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worked and then I found out she
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actor has a political economic great now
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political economic degree didn’t used to
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exist in the United States we only have
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economic degree study economics so that
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was what I thought
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that was why I was so surprised by some
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of the things she was saying but it’s
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it’s an interesting point worth
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everybody kind of understanding and
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discussing at least for a minute and
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that was how economics were taught in
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Eastern Europe in the Soviet Union time
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and whether we had the large socialist
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you know Yugoslavia Romania so Union all
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of those countries they only had
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political economics didn’t have
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economics and what is that I mean and so
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what they’re saying and what we’re
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seeing happening in the universities
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today is the the social responsibility
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and these things being discussed and
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social justice all of those things being
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the basis for how you study economics
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and so now how that plays out I could be
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days talking about all this so we’ll
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just get right to the end of how you see
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all this work and just is something I
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observed firsthand for example in the
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Soviet Union there was one
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government-run agency that basically
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produced televisions a simple everyday
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item for all of us in the West and
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everybody basically has access to a TV
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if they wanted or almost everyone and
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that was something that was produced by
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this alpha company alpha televisions and
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the way that that was run was through
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this political economics so for example
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a village in Ukraine needed more jobs
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and there was too much unemployment
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there so they would just open a factory
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there that created component parts or a
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component part for the Alpha TV and same
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thing would be spread all around because
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they didn’t want anyone to have absolute
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control over this item and so that the
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elements of it were spread around but
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also they wanted to use it as a
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political economic tool and where jobs
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were needed someplace they would just
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put them there now the problem with that
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is it’s just done with complete
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disregard to the economic realities so
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transportation costs if you have
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different factories and there happen to
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be like this huge factory of you know
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like three squares city blocks all one
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building where they would take all the
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component parts and put them together
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and the TV would be made none of the
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parts for the TV were made there so the
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transportation costs that was in in
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little Moldavia the republic of soviet
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union days that that place you know out
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of the way not central central to this
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process in any way the transportation
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back and forth the costs of bringing all
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the raw materials to the individual
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locations to do it it was all this
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criss-crossed mishmash of stuff that the
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bottom line was that an alpha television
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probably you know was the single most
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inefficiently produced manufactured item
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in the world and the cost of it was so
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high that you know to pale of the people
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and the factories and keeping everything
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open and running it’s just a standard
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perfect example of why the soviet union
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was slowly going broke and so what they
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would do is they would steal money from
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every place they could you know people’s
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retirement funds whatever they could do
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the bourgeoise they called it they would
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attack every place they could attack the
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economy to steal money to keep the
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system running but it was one of those
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things that was just going down the
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toilet and that’s why in the united
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states you see competition that always
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keeps things running efficiently so that
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this is the capitalism that seems to be
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so widely disliked based on ignorance of
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course because it makes the economy hum
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more efficiently and more efficient
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economy produces more for more people
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and if if you would argue which i think
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everyone agrees social justice is based
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on the economy on and a functioning
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economy where people could work and live
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and and and and provide a life for their
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family based on whatever work they can
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do and without a functioning economy
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like what you would see in the soviet
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union it just didn’t work and of course
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these horrible inefficiencies led to a
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lot of you know stealing and pilfering
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and stuff if you go through the soviet
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all of the soviet union in these
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socialist countries today and just drive
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around the buildings from the period of
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the soviet union
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there’s pieces falling off everywhere
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the reasons there’s pieces falling off
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everywhere is because they reduced the
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mix of cement that they needed so there
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would be instead of one bag of cement
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for every three bags of sand or whatever
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the ratio was there would be half of
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that and the reason there’d be half that
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is because they would steal the cement
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and sell it on the black market and that
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was the only thing that kept the economy
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rolling for as long as it did so it’s
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it’s this system set up with complete
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disregard to the economics and that’s
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how a eceive used the world
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she doesn’t know doesn’t understand it
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doesn’t care doesn’t think it’s
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important that the economy work in an
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efficient manner and that competition
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keep the prices down so that you can can
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have a consumer-based economy where
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average Joe middle-of-the-road
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middle-class people like most of us here
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talking about or listening to these
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things live that lifestyle so it puts
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those things within reach where in the
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Soviet you know that’s why you had
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waiting lists for cars you had waiting
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lists for TV and that’s why they would
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spill for these things and sell them off
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on the black market the richest people
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in the country in the you know back in
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the Soviet Union days were those guys
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that were the head of those factories
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because they were the ones swiping the
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the stuff to sell on the black market
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and they would become fabulously wealthy
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that is the basis of those guys that
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became the oleg arks later on and that
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Putin has chased down and Gildan and
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mostly in England so he reminds me of
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something an American general said
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during the 70s there was a lot of
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hysteria at one point about potential
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Soviet suitcase nukes and at the
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American generals that I will be worried
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about a Russian suitcase nuke when the
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Russians learned to build a decent
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suitcase yep
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yeah they had well that was part of it
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too with a centralized every five-year
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plan
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economy where where the government
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dictated what the economy would be and
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this is what you see out of Democrats in
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the United States now they want
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politically to dictate how the economy
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wrongs now you know the economy of that
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nature then by since
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it’s a command economy words directed to
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do things you you take the inefficiency
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right up to the maximum and that’s how
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you just destroy the economy and to keep
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it running you have to take wealth from
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every place you get it now people mostly
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don’t realize you know where does money
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come from like today in 2020 there’s a
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lot more money out there in the United
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States than there was 50 years ago now
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it wasn’t because of slavery it wasn’t
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because we were you know over running
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other countries and stealing their
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wealth I mean none of that has taken
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place in the last 50 years so it was
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created here in the United States it
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wasn’t because we stole it off the backs
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of hard workers from you know wherever
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some other country and where does it
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come from what it comes where money
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comes from is is there is our banking
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system and it’s that capitalism that
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creates wealth and for example when
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somebody comes up with a business idea
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and they go start a computer company out
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in their garage and it starts to become
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successful and they go get along for a
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million dollars and build a factory and
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start producing large amounts of these
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computers and they start hiring people
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and more people and it grows and grows
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and grows they go get another loan and
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and then they pay that off through this
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company growing that is where wealth is
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created and that wealth naturally starts
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to spread out into the economy as you
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hire more people and you have a company
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that’s now got 300 people working for
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you those families then can live that
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that lets other service type industries
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or you know products like buying a
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washing machine there’s more people that
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can afford to buy a washing machine
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there’s more people that can afford to
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go get a haircut there’s more people
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that can afford to do buy a car B and
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that’s how this this spreads out and
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that’s that concentration of capital
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thus the name capitalism that allows
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this to take place where there were more
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average Joe here in the United States if
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he has a good idea if he has a good plan
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if he’s willing to work hard he or she
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can then go out and start this new
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company our build a business that’s a
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one-person endeavor it doesn’t matter
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but those ideas are where
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you see wealth put together and windows
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for example famous company or you have a
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billion a multi-billionaire owner you
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know he didn’t steal that money from any
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place you made the money and that
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creation of that money based on this
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product this idea of the software being
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so good or you might not do that but by
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being desirable people wanting to have
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it and being willing to pay for it
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created this brand new entity with
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thousands of employees and we’re the
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owners who put this idea together have
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amassed a huge fortune that’s all new
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money that wasn’t stolen from anyone it
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was created and that that is that wealth
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process where wealth generates
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additional wealth and that’s that
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process of capitalism where you collect
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together money a lot of people do this
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on their own where they start up you
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know small companies that doesn’t matter
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air conditioning repair just to pick
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something that person has probably
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worked gotten to the point where they
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can buy their own truck and equipment
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and tools they’ve trained themselves and
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they go out and start this business hire
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one person two people three people each
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time that’s done there’s additional
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wealth coming into the economy
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additional jobs and prosperity and
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potential for people to grow and the
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communist system is precisely the
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opposite it begins to suck all of that
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out so if you’re ain’t that same guy
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who’s repairing air conditioning you’re
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going to have to work for the state at
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some point and they’re going to decide
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where you work and government we’ve all
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seen it it’s not discussed today very
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often but for example if you give a
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dollar to a charity
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now there and they’re rated when you
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when you look at charities they’re rated
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by their efficiencies so what is their
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overhead like paying their salaries and
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so on and and these guys usually run you
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know a good charity runs in the eighty
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percent efficiency so if you give a
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dollar twenty cents go to the costs of
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having that charity up and running in
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salaries and office space and heating
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and all those things and eighty percent
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of it goes to the actual charitable
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effort now government is the other way
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around it’s eighty or ninety percent
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inefficient because of all of the
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overhead nobody in government cares
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nobody in government has
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sector experience for the most part so
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they they don’t understand these things
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so that’s why the socialist policies
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have been so embedded in government
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because the vast majority of people in
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government have never run a company
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never had a job where they were out in
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the in the private sector and have to
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perform and actually do what their job
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is is you know where you just you it’s
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hard to get fired in government and it
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it’s it’s very socialistic
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and it’s kind of organization and
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outlook so you know all of these things
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in the educational system and it’s
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something that we know socialists from
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the very beginning always try to take
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over media which they’ve successfully
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done and the educational system which
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they’ve successfully done and I would
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argue that’s done in the West entirely
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you know certainly United States Canada
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in Western Europe and the EU those those
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areas those those items have been
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particularly taken over by the left and
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now they’ve been pushing it for decades
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and we’re starting to see the results
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ALC is the perfect example of that a
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young woman who’s gotten elected to
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Congress had this education in political
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economics and has absolutely no idea of
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how economics worked in fact the
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opposite is true
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she so badly misinformed so ignorant of
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how actual economics work that these
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things that she proposed are just
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unrealistic outlandish thoughts but
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she’s been taught that they’re they’re
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socially responsible and so for her
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that’s the key now unfortunately you
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know they play those word games and yes
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fine you can make this argument that
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this is socially responsible what you
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want to do but the problem is it
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destroys the economy well who’s the
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winner if you have a destroyed economy
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and that’s the narrow pyramid going up
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of leadership because they’re the haves
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and they have absolute control and this
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is again why we see the attack on the US
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Constitution the Bill of Rights free
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speech right to bear ona bear arms all
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of these things that’s why this is all
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under attack and it’s all under attack
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based on pure ignorance which is again
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why you don’t see the left debate openly
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on these things it’s always shut up the
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competition like these interviews that
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we do never ever
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do people debate these things like if I
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talk about the inefficiency of the US
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government and how its roughly 90%
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inefficient you know if you want to give
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a dollar to a charity ninety percent of
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that 90 cents out of that dollar go to
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the government just keeping government
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going and only ten percents gets to the
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charity where there’s a lot of charities
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where it’s the opposite if you give it
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that same dollar to the charity only ten
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percent is overhead and ninety percent
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goes to the actual charity well why
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would anybody think that that’s the way
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to pay for stuff but and that argument
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is is something push that it’s the
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government is the solution that’s the
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way to fix it and these socialistic
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policies only destroy they can only suck
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up wealth they can only take away and
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that’s why you see all the time Bernie
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Sanders running for president United
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States now as always always
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traditionally said you know we’ve got
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too many billionaires and millionaires
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doing this that and the other
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they’re the root of all evil that’s why
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things are wrong Sanders does not talk
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about millionaires anymore since he
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became one yeah that’s right I was gonna
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mention that as well yeah he sold his
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books and has had some good book sales
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and now has made a few million dollars
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on it and has come out said well I’m not
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gonna apologize for being a millionaire
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I earned it by writing this book so yeah
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now it’s all the billionaires that are
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the that are the cause of all evil of
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the world and it’s one of those things
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that now is are these the people here in
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the United States the younger
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generations you simply don’t understand
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it because their education is so lacking
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and so lacking in balance and if you if
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you look at you know third-grade reading
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programs and the selections of books
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that are given to them their political
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you know and and you don’t see like
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classic older books that just tell a
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story written for children well you see
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are these socially you know social
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awareness type books and that are all
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leftist political propaganda but that’s
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taken over the school system is
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completely run by that the media is
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completely run by that and as I say
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nobody ever debates these facts no one
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ever comes out and argues why it’s
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better to use government to do you know
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charity work III never get pushed back
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on
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ever on any of these things it’s always
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name-calling you’re a racist you know
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your white supremacist or your whenever
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you are but it’s never like no you’re
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wrong on this because you said XYZ and
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it’s actually ABC you don’t get that
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debate and that’s why we see Twitter and
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YouTube and Facebook and those things
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that are left is controlled shutdown
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debate in fact because they can’t win
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because everything that they do is based
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on emotion it’s based on these
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hypotheticals that don’t have any basis
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in reality and that’s where we find
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ourselves so these programs the work
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that you do with the ad selfish blog are
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very important I hope to I consider
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myself a part of that effort and we need
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to try to create a world where we can
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have public debate but the the like I
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said the Democratic Socialist Movement
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Democratic Party socialist movement
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within the United States just can’t
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allow it can’t tolerate it won’t do it
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that’s why you see them go ballistic on
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TV and just this hatred that comes out
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of them because they can’t be true
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debate so they have to beat you just
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with this emotional reaction so it’s
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it’s it’s boiling down to an interesting
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thing and I think we’ve seen most of the
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United States at least recognize this
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and that’s why we’ve seen Trump get
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elected and I think you’re going to see
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validation of what I’m suggesting here
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in the next election that comes up this
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coming November 2020 where I think Trump
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is gonna win by a landslide I’ve said
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previous previously I’m thinking you
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know maybe 40 states if it keeps going
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the way it’s going then maybe bigger
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than that it may be a Reagan style
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reelection where he wins you know huge
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majority of the states I think Reagan
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won 48 or 49 states in his second
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running where he run the minute wanted a
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huge glance a very curious watch so this
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is playing an interesting and that has
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spread we’re seeing pushback certainly
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brexit I think is an indicator for it if
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in England where they’ve left the EU
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there is some pressure Poland perhaps
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looking at the EU membership a little
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bit of scans take to this point and
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the control out of Brussels this
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unelected body of people who are trying
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to control every aspect of clarity of
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everybody lives we have this it’s it’s
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devolving this one-party system I’m Marx
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had an absolutely on the Socialist man
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and socialism isn’t the end of evolution
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it’s the most base part of the system
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that you can have it’s the crudest form
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because essentially it’s a party
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dictatorship where they run every aspect
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of everybody’s lives and have create
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poverty for everyone except for
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themselves and some day of the state
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shall be like a god of beasts riding the
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land
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I think that’s Hegel and that was what
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Marx decided to that’s Marx is operating
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off of that premise I just if I just
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could say I mean looking at a number of
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things that you said about this there’s
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I’d like to just slightly shuffle that
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deck in this way that there’s definitely
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two classes of communists in the States
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as everywhere and that’s the the the
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people who don’t really get it but
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they’re pushing a system that can’t work
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and Lenin had an expression for them
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useful idiots and then there are those
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genuinely evil people that know
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perfectly well what evil the system they
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are pushing will cause they know how
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much killing is gonna happen they know
21:11
how much destruction and they want it to
21:14
happen and I personally have to put
21:16
Bernie Sanders in that category since he
21:19
repeatedly visited the Soviet Union and
21:22
still talks favorably about it and made
21:26
up ludicrous little statements saying
21:30
how great their transportation system
21:32
was you’d have to turn you’d have to go
21:35
into the Soviet Union wearing a
21:38
microscope on each eye looking for one
21:41
spot where you could say something nice
21:44
that they had one good-looking subway
21:47
station in Moscow well you hit on a very
21:51
interesting point out of that that I was
21:53
worth expanding on I believe and and
21:56
that is what are those definitions of
21:58
words and it’s that worldview of
22:00
somebody who’s a communist like Bernie
22:02
Sanders
22:03
and for him the definition of this
22:07
beautiful transportation system is that
22:09
they have a controlled one they have
22:11
these basically these tram systems that
22:13
people have seen pictures of it where
22:14
there’s the wires up in the air and the
22:17
tram runs underneath it and has the bar
22:18
that goes underneath those wires and
22:20
runs up and down the city so it’s this
22:22
electric system and so for him that that
22:25
exists and that for the most people that
22:28
for the most part people are not allowed
22:30
to have cars so for Bernie Sanders
22:32
that’s the definition of good because
22:35
it’s the central party controlled
22:37
transportation system so people do in
22:40
fact have access to transportation and
22:42
they don’t precisely need cars so they
22:46
can still get to what they want to do so
22:48
for him that’s the definition of what’s
22:50
good now of course for you and me and
22:53
most you know anyone that I would
22:55
classify as normal you know that’s
22:57
that’s you’re being controlled and
22:59
therefore that’s bad because for us
23:01
individual rights are what’s important
23:03
and I should be able to buy the car I
23:06
want if I can afford it I should be able
23:07
to buy whatever it is that want and do
23:10
what I want work where I want live the
23:11
lifestyle I want as long as it’s not
23:14
criminal in nature I should be free to
23:16
the for the pursuit of happiness as we
23:19
refer to it here in the United States
23:21
but for Bernie see that’s bad and and
23:24
that transportation system is very
23:26
interesting so for him the things that
23:28
you’re pointing out are irrelevant he
23:30
just doesn’t think they’re important the
23:32
rights of the individual are completely
23:34
irrelevant to Bernie Sanders
23:35
and so he used that electrical
23:38
transportation system which was by the
23:40
way having been in those things those
23:43
things are not heated and winter in the
23:45
Soviet Union
23:46
those Siberian winters reached quite
23:49
deep into all of the Russian countries
23:51
and republics and those you froze your
23:53
hiney I mean that’s why they have those
23:55
fur hats in Russia is because it was
23:58
frickin cold and those things not being
24:00
heated they were cold so you know that
24:02
transportation system is not something
24:05
that should be admired or emulated by
24:07
anyone but for Bernie Sanders like I
24:10
said it was his perspective
24:12
unfortunately we have that perspective
24:14
so
24:16
strongly in the United States in the
24:19
West where this definition of freedom I
24:22
was talking to a communist once
24:23
specifically about freedom and and they
24:27
defined freedom as being able to read
24:30
and so the the communist in the
24:32
communist countries everyone was
24:35
required to read because they wanted to
24:37
make sure that all their people got the
24:38
communist propaganda could and were able
24:41
to read it so they would become
24:42
communists socialists whatever for the
24:44
for the country that is how the
24:46
Communists defined freedom where for us
24:48
freedom is the individual rights of to
24:52
do what you want do it you select and
24:55
we’ve seen that beat up on for a long
24:57
long long time here in the United States
24:58
especially under gun rights and now of
25:01
the state of Virginia under Democratic
25:03
governor is specifically targeting that
25:05
going in a very serious way against the
25:08
Constitution of the United States is
25:10
going so far as to target in our array
25:12
which is based in Fairfax Virginia and
25:14
things like that so it’s it’s it’s this
25:16
is turning into a real battle and it’s
25:18
where you have two groups the group
25:21
that’s that the correct group that
25:23
understands these things and the realism
25:25
of it or there are these people out here
25:27
that like us that are talking about all
25:29
these things and then you have the
25:30
Socialists that don’t that redefine all
25:33
of these words and you know call freedom
25:35
being able to read communist propaganda
25:37
and define a government controlled
25:41
transportation system that is the only
25:43
one you’re able to use as the perfect
25:47
model to emulate and having it be in his
25:50
words considered a great transportation
25:51
system and that’s what they view in in
25:55
their world that’s how they view these
25:58
things and define these words whereas
26:00
you know again I think the population in
26:03
the United States is starting to see
26:04
this where they talk about what car you
26:06
can drive you know SUVs have to go in go
26:09
away
26:09
how much toilet paper you should be
26:11
using they want to dictate that sort of
26:13
stuff you hear a lot of stuff about oh
26:14
you’re using too much toilet paper how
26:16
much water flushes in the toilet all
26:18
these things a lot of which are based on
26:20
nonsense like no DDT so mosquitoes have
26:24
gone wild and thousands of people die
26:26
every year from mosquito-borne diseases
26:29
based on a theory with zero evidence
26:32
only the theory that it would thin the
26:34
shell on wild bird populations and then
26:37
it wouldn’t hatch right there I was
26:39
never island spring was a commie plot I
26:41
am certain of it
26:43
hi great yeah I agree so these things
26:46
are out there all the time and global
26:48
warming is another perfect example of it
26:49
it only takes an hour or two of research
26:52
to get in there and see not only is it
26:54
you know people are calling it well it’s
26:57
this is conclusive science and things
26:59
like that where you know it’s it’s
27:01
there’s no debate but it’s sort of true
27:04
I mean there’s no debate because there’s
27:06
you know there’s nothing to debate
27:07
there’s no evidence at all for global
27:10
warming and like I said it only takes an
27:11
hour of to of research to see that
27:14
they’re just there isn’t any evidence of
27:16
it and there’s no way to separate this
27:18
is something I’ve written about a couple
27:19
of times but there’s there’s no way to
27:22
separate out what’s naturally happening
27:23
in in the Earth’s atmosphere and the
27:26
effects of the Sun which do warm and
27:28
cool the earth along with some of other
27:29
factors like tectonic plate shift and
27:31
things like this there’s no way to
27:33
separate out what man does from those
27:35
things that are naturally happening I
27:37
mean just water vapor go up because of
27:39
the Sun or does it go up a little higher
27:41
because people are doing something and
27:43
there’s no way nobody even has a theory
27:45
how to check that there’s not even a
27:47
theory on it and my theory is it’s all
27:50
those swimming pools in Hollywood yeah
27:53
yeah that’s right or the Jets that the
27:55
that the Hollywood elite are flying
27:57
around in so it’s just it’s this
27:58
unending sentence of nonsense that that
28:02
is pollinated by the left that’s being
28:04
put out there that’s all emotional and
28:06
as soon as you start to try to debate it
28:07
now nobody’s gonna come back and argue
28:09
with me on that because they don’t have
28:11
a basis for it so what will it be oh
28:13
you’re a flat earther or you know blah
28:15
blah but the socialism is very anti
28:18
science we’ve seen it happen just
28:20
another just such a stupid thing but for
28:24
women who are pregnant and have babies
28:25
but for whatever reason the milk that
28:27
they produce naturally doesn’t nourish
28:30
the baby and that is actually a quite a
28:31
common problem there was a shot that
28:35
they could give to women that stops them
28:37
from producing no naturally and because
28:39
it’s not useful for the baby they don’t
28:41
need to produce it
28:42
that process for women can be quite
28:44
painful of where that they stopped
28:46
producing milk it’s and it takes in some
28:49
cases quite a long time certainly months
28:50
to stop producing no and they had a shot
28:53
that’s been used since like the 50s
28:55
successfully there’s no side effects no
28:57
danger to it it works great but they
28:59
stopped using it because of the pro
29:01
natural milk lobby that hospitals are no
29:05
longer allowed to give that medicine or
29:08
injection to the women to stop the
29:10
production of milk and what do they say
29:12
it’s somewhat put cabbage in your bra
29:15
put cabbage in your bra that’s what the
29:18
left has brought us to rather than give
29:20
these poor women suffering pain who’ve
29:22
got them already enough to do by taking
29:24
care of a brand-new baby then and and
29:27
it’s pro science to stuffed cabbage in
29:29
your bra
29:30
I mean it’s idiocy ridiculous things
29:32
they’re so anti science and it just
29:34
covers in every area they’ve just got to
29:37
be eradicated and shamed out of
29:39
existence in the in the West because of
29:41
the damage and danger that they do to
29:44
actual progress that benefits people and
29:47
they’re just example after example
29:49
there’s almost no issue you can bring
29:51
out that that when looked at closely and
29:54
based on rational thought can’t be shown
29:57
to be that way Brad Johnson thank you
30:00
very much for that I hope people do a
30:02
little research on communism try to find
30:04
out what it is it’s that it really is
30:06
cuz I got it the ignorant is astounding
30:09
a great place to start as head rich
30:11
Smith’s think it’s the 1970s book the
30:13
Russians that actually talks about day
30:15
to day life in the Soviet Union and it
30:18
still wasn’t it still wasn’t as bad as
30:20
North Korea thank you again we will
30:22
speak soon

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