What’s Up Canada: Rich Higgins, Fired for Doing the Right Thing

Former NSA Officer and author of “The Memo” discusses the deep state threat and how it beat outsider Trump. He just didn’t understand “the game.”

Richard Higgins spent 20 years combating terrorism and is an expert on the nexus between theological doctrines and information age unconventional warfare. Rich Higgins served on the National Security Council in the Trump Administration as the Director for Strategic Planning. He was removed in 2017 after warning of a deep state coup to remove the President. Higgins is a Senior Fellow at Americans for Intelligence Reform. intelreform.org


hey what’s up canada and beyond
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how are you fine folks all doing this
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afternoon
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i hope you’re excited for what we’ve got
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going on today
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um we’ve got a very unique opportunity
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to talk to somebody who is deeply in the
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know
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um some of you guys may be aware of
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of his story um most of you probably are
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not
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or how it impacts canada but uh
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we’ve got we’ve got mr richard higgins
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with us today
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and he just got in here mr higgins thank
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you for joining us
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hey how’s it going excellent it’s uh an
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honor sir uh thank you for your service
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you’ve been
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uh on the front line of uh the nefarious
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dark side of the world for a couple of
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decades fighting for
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everything that we believe in and it’s
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deeply appreciated by uh
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your neighbors up north of the border as
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well just
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so you know the uh typical media fair
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that you guys hear down there about
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orange man bad up here in canada
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is not actually the truth
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okay so um
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you uh so just to give the folks a a
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quick
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idea of of who you are i’ve got your
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website up here
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and i’m just going to read a section
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here it says you spent more than 20
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years combating terrorism
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as an expert on the nexus between
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theological doctrines
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and information age unconventional
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warfare
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he served on the national security
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council and the trump administration as
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the director for strategic
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planning and then you were removed in 20
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2017 after warning of a deep state coup
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to remove the president wow
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everything that we have all been trying
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to say
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for five years and you were the first
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one basically to come out step up
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and say it i don’t want to talk a lot i
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want you to share your story
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and then afterwards we can compare some
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pretty significant perils i think
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between
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what’s been going on down down there for
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you guys again in
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the deep state and canada because i’m
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pretty sure that they’re
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closely connected bedfellows and what
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happens up here in canada that kind of
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flies under the radar
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well i i think um i i
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you can see it over my shoulder here i
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guess this way i’ve written this new
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book in and for those folks in your
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audience who are interested in it i go
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into
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um not excruciating detail but i think i
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kind of explain my own personal
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red pill experience if you will right i
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think
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you know we all kind of come to an
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awareness at some point in our lives
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where things aren’t what we always
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thought they were right the first one
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for me i’m still getting over it is when
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i realized
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santa claus wasn’t real right and so
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you you have to go through these sort of
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uh you know at first you’re in denial
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and then you’re grieving and then you
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know finally you kind of come to terms
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with that i think
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for most of us over the past 20 years
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we’ve kind of had this type of an
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experience on you what is really going
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on here in the world
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and um it culminates in my departure
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from the national security council
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which is you know it’s a unique
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experience to be fired for doing the
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right thing
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in any job but to be fired from the
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white house and then
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you know given uh armed escort off of
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the democrats
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was uh was a really unique experience so
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the book starts there
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and then it walks you through kind of
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how did i get here and
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i think um in a nutshell
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uh for me it wasn’t it wasn’t as big of
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a surprise i had been with trump during
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the campaign i was one of his
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counterterrorism advisors
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and um i knew the institutions
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did not want him uh it was clear
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you know from everybody i spoke to
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around the pentagon and the intelligence
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community fbi that
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um he was gen he was genuinely looked at
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uh as a no good outsider
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who was
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a disrupter and they didn’t want him
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meddling with
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everything that they basically spent
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generations putting together
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right and so and so it wasn’t
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necessarily that they uh
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hated his personality or that he was too
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bombastic or even that he was a reality
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tv star
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they knew he wouldn’t understand the
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game
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and um some of it you know some of it
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was ideological
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you know the john brennan the comey
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those those guys were ideologically
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uh opposed to him uh they were
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you know corruption uh corruption
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enablers
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and they used corruption to co-opt
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others who may not have
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you know normally allowed to happen you
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know allowed to
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allow certain things to happen to have
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it happen and
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you know so it was corruption-fueled
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marxism right now a lot of people don’t
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realize that marxism always leads to
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corruption and oligarchy
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it’s built in it comes with the cake um
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you know you don’t get to get it without
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the
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without the corruption uh so we got a
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big dose of that and so here comes this
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you know outsider and
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on november 8th i was in new york for
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the victory and the next day i remember
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telling uh you know general flynn steve
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bannon hey you know you guys are
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celebrating
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but the reality is you’ve all just
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boarded the boats for normandy
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and we’re invading omaha beach and you
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need to be ready for this and we saw it
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i mean
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you know fly if you guys have ever seen
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the movie saving private ryan
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flynn’s the guy who was dead before he
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even got off the boat
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right jeff sessions was wounded on the
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beach he was a litter patient for the
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next two years
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um and so you’ve been watching this
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political battle play out
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and uh i was you know i wasn’t writing
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about anything that was you know i
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wasn’t
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predicting off into the future somewhere
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i was sitting there and it was you know
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it was right there in front of me like
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my hands
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all i was doing was describing it and
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the thing that i had
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the campaign that was being conducted
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against president trump looked like a
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campaign we would conduct
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with our canadian and british allies
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against uh saddam hussein
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or something right uh so it wasn’t there
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wasn’t some great intellect involved
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in it it was simply you know writing
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down what time it was
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it’s uh interesting that you say that uh
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for for my perspective on it when i
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i like i was reading through your memo
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the one that
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you sent and then people can find it on
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your site there
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as well and uh to me i i as i was
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reading that uh what you were expressing
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there to me i i was
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sensing that you were almost living out
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the the jerry maguire moment where
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he sends the infamous memo but to the
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to the sports guys you know and all the
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agents and recruiters and immediately
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got
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ostracized for telling the truth and
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wanting to go back to
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the love of of it rather than just the
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corruption and the money of it so to me
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that was
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i could almost envision from a you know
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uneducated understatement kind of way
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that was kind of
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what you were experiencing with just
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telling the the truth so
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um now you you worked for 20 years
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uh throughout different administrations
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i presume then
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right i i entered the army under the
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clinton
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administration uh served uh
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in the justice department and then back
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in the defense department with time in
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iraq as a
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dod uh government civilian working
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largely intelligence related programs
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then you’ll read about all that in the
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book
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and uh you know i ended ended up with a
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stint at the national war college as a
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professor
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and um then back inside dod for a couple
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more years before i jumped on with the
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trump
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uh the trump campaign in 2015 late 2015
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is where i really started working with
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them
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and uh you know i think in all that time
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um
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i think probably around the year
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2004-2005 i started realizing something
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wasn’t right here you know we were
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putting all of these resources all this
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combat power into the middle east all of
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these different things
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but we weren’t we weren’t making any
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progress and you get to the point where
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you know not only in losing your own
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guys but here you know here we are in a
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war we’re killing people
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you know and if we’re if we’re killing
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people we’re not making any progress
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we need to be asking ourselves well who
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is making progress here
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right and whose strategic ends are we
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actually working
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and um beginning this kind of you know
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this journey of self-reflection and
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introspection and discovery and reading
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and
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you know started getting smart on islam
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started getting smart on communism
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started getting spawn on political
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warfare i was very lucky i had
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some senior mentors who had come into
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the pentagon under
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who had you know fought the cold war and
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they knew this you know they knew the
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material
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but very very few people were exposed to
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that now i mean
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you know after the after the cold war
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ended even you know
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the mighty citadels of the west right
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the fbi the cia the defense department
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these mighty citadels that would never
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have yielded to this marxist
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infiltration
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30 40 years ago we now see they’ve
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fallen
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you know and so i think president trump
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rolled into washington dc thinking
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okay you know i just need to empower
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these institutions to do their job again
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and he turns to the general officer
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cadre and he realizes
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these guys aren’t experts on warfare
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they’re experts on climate change
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they’re experts on putting females in
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the ranger battalions
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right they’re experts on equal
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opportunity where are my
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experts on war fighting and killing and
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destroying which is what you want your
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war department to be right
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right because when you’re good at it
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nobody wants to fight you
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right i mean so so president trump
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had this conundrum not only were they
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trying to remove him
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the tools he expected to have at his
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disposal
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weren’t there they were neutered
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so he’ll he went to open his toolbox and
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he and he opens up the toolbox and he
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looks at his saw
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and his saw is just he has no teeth left
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on it
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right yeah
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so that that must have uh really left
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you
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thinking how where does the the root of
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the problem lie
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how do we fix this right i i mean being
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being a
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a service guy i know how you guys think
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it’s
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it’s right it’s adapt improvised
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overcome moving forward what do we do
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how do we
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you know uh stop the situation and move
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forward so that
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really must have had you in a conundrum
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right i think um
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i think the pr i mean i’ve got to be
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honest with you i mean i can’t believe
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how much
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president trump has been able to
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accomplish
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despite these i mean these unbelievable
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headwinds
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i mean it’s almost indescribable right
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and
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um he does it through brute force
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work right he’s he’s like i’ll use an
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american football analogy right because
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there’s not a good hockey analogy for
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your canadian audience so i’ll use an
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american football analogy
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he’s he’s like a running back that you
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know he never goes for 50 yards
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right he can’t catch the ball but you
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hand it to him and every single play he
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gets you three yards and a cloud of dust
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he does it all game he just pounds you
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and pounds you
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and you know he he might be at fourth
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and one over and over again through the
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game but
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he he gets it over and over again and he
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very very rarely
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uh very very rarely takes a loss a hard
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loss
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and he’s really skilled at that right he
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never loses yardage he gets you back to
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the line of scrimmage
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and so you know over the course of the
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game you know here we are
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you know four years in um you look up at
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the scoreboard and you expect it
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you expect him to be losing 70 to
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nothing and the game’s tied
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and you know he and we may be going into
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a second half now
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yeah it’s really remarkable it it it
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really is
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and and uh for
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one of the things that i try to express
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to to
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people when i’m speaking with you folks
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uh down there in the states is that
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what you guys been seeing and hearing
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coming from canada is does not reflect
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the true values and opinions of
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canadians that we are very very much
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on your president’s side with this and
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we incredibly appreciate and admire
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his fortitude to stay in his lane and
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be that mack truck going forward for the
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things that we believe in
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and we it’s it i mean we we see and
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understand
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how much he’s accomplished with
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literally one hand tied behind his back
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and
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and 14 ghouls dragging off of his
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his uh coattails and he’s still getting
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it done so football is probably a better
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analogy for mr trump than
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than uh hockey is for sure he’s he’s not
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the the wayne gretzky but he is
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absolutely the crushing guy that
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you don’t want to see handed the ball
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when he’s two feet ahead of you
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so it’s very appreciated and this one of
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the things that’s gonna
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help spread your message here throughout
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canada is that
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our our voices here are being incredibly
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suppressed because what
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traditionally between our two nations
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they kind of go
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little brother in the footsteps of big
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brother and canadians have always been
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protected by the influence of the power
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and the might and the size of the united
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states and that’s really reflected in
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our societies
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we might be so you know we are very
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similar but those are the things that we
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don’t necessarily
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take notice of and what americans maybe
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need to kind of take a look at and
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understand is had cl hillary
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won you guys would be in the same
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situation down there right now that we
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are in canada
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right when mr trump won and mr trudeau
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came into power here
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that was uh it was almost like hitting
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uh a post and our nations kind of
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took a different direction and
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the canadian people as a whole the
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silent majority are
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on mr trump’s side but what we’ve got
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established here in canada is uh i mean
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incredibly nefarious and mr gobbles and
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mr hitler would be proud of what
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and daddy castro would be super excited
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about what mr
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trudeau has been able to accomplish down
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here were you guys aware
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of this divergence
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of of of i i don’t want to say agendas
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but
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directions that our nations were going
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through because
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this is going back four or five years
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now
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um i think there’s a
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when you say you guys i guess you you
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can’t it’s yeah i mean
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there isn’t a monolith down here right i
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think i think
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um the patriot movement you know what we
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call make america great again
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okay which is really um at its essence
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a counter-revolutionary movement right
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and this and this is something that you
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know people say well trump’s the rev no
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trump is not the revolutionary movement
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guy
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okay that’s obama and the globalist
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marxist cabal
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and fueled by the bankers and their
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chinese allies we all know that okay now
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we’re getting into the good stuff okay
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so we all know that trump was a
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counter-revolutionary candidate and what
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trump recognized and what i think you
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canadians are recognizing is that
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the two-party political system was owned
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it was owned and operated by ccp
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inc okay chinese communist party
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incorporated with their banker allies
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under the auspices of this one belt one
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road project
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obama talked about it as i think he
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called it managed
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decline and uh i think we’ve seen in the
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past year or so
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they’ve you know the the china columns
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have just upped it we’re just gonna
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we’re just gonna try and bottom them out
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and the american people right now with
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this resurgence at trump and his kind of
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you know his coming roaring back at them
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is
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you know they’re saying no there’s an
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element of uh self-reliant defiance
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there that makes me proud to be an
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american again right i mean
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when i think about being an american
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it’s about getting in your little
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you know taking your family throwing
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them in a little wagon wheeled carriage
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with a horse
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and heading west you know i mean that’s
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that’s i mean you think about how brave
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that is right i mean today we can’t even
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conceptualize it
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you know just imagine getting into
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getting in your little wagon covered
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horse and heading out to oregon
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right i mean it’s it’s you can’t even
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fathom it
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so that essence is still there and i
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think trump tapped into that and
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he won the presidency i believe at the
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very first republican debate
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and he won it when they asked him will
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you support the party candidate
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you know if it’s not you you know in the
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in the general election
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and and trump basically said no it
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depends
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and at that point at that point in time
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he basically became a de facto
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third-party candidate not of the
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republicans not of the democrats which
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is why you saw both republicans and
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democrats
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uh allowing a de facto coup to take
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place against him
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and so uh now what we see is you know
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having
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had all of these battles fought uh
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the maga movement is really beginning to
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get its feet under it because people are
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realizing
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if a trump isn’t a crazy man b
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he uh really genuinely cares about the
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country
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and see he’s he’s come into his own in
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understanding
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um the ins and outs of foreign policy as
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it pertains to
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uh you know conflict less than warfare
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right uh that’s a hard thing like
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business people you could be competitive
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with
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another business but the life and death
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stakes may be you know your business
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survival but in
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in the in the game of nations and
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statecraft it’s more serious than that
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and i think
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he’s grown into the position of the
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presidency
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as he’s seen directly his own uh ability
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to influence people’s lives beyond even
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that of like
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what a billionaire is capable of you
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know he he he thought he was worth
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some money you know he may be worth four
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or five 10 billion i don’t know what
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he’s worth
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but i i laugh about that because you
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know i worked in the pentagon our budget
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there every year was 800 and something
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billion dollars and that’s before
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wartime spending
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so you know four billion dollars we
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spent that on tuesday in january
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you know and i think he he’s kind of
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he’s he’s grown into that sort of
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enterprise
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leadership style but i think when you
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talk about
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uh i i’m i’m concerned for a lot of the
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western
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nations and the reason i’m concerned
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about them is because uh we’ve
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we’ve suppressed our own um
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christian ethnic you know
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judeo-christian
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uh magna carta all the things that made
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the west
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the west are now sometimes well they’re
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either seen as on one hand
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they’re seen as uh you know the the
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classic communist tactic racist
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you know all that all that stuff but on
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the other hand and i think more
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insidious
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they’re seen as quaint or
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you know things things that speak to the
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past
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outdated outdated right
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and you know oh that’s just motherhood
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and apple pie
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you know and uh no you know the the the
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ideas and the declaration and the value
19:44
of every individual
19:45
and and the the principles in which this
19:47
country were founded
19:48
they aren’t outdated as a matter of fact
19:50
you’re a reactionary and we are right
19:53
and this is this is the great uh torture
19:55
chamber of multiculturalism right i mean
19:57
i always say this to people about
19:59
our grant when i would speak on behalf
20:01
of uh trump
20:02
during the campaign in 2016 i would
20:06
always start my speeches with
20:08
our grandfathers were smarter than us
20:12
and i would say that because you know
20:14
back then um
20:15
you know a catholic a protestant a jew a
20:18
muslim a branch davidian
20:21
whatever okay whatever ethnic group or
20:23
whatever religion or whatever you you
20:25
they would come together
20:27
and you know my grandfather was irish
20:28
catholic he’d say
20:30
uh muslim guy you’re wrong jew you’re
20:33
wrong
20:33
protestant you’re wrong you know
20:34
presbyterian you’re wrong
20:36
i’m right but i’m gonna tolerate all of
20:38
you
20:39
that’s tolerance okay as opposed to what
20:42
it is today which is
20:44
oh he’s just like me oh he’s just like
20:47
me
20:48
oh he’s just like me and into that walks
20:51
the true believer
20:52
and he sees a bunch of future victims
20:55
you know because they don’t understand
20:57
their own self-identity
20:59
in their own belief system so well said
21:01
thank you
21:02
and that’s one of the things that our
21:03
prime minister has accused us of as
21:05
canadians is
21:07
not having a core identity and
21:10
that was i think where a lot of
21:12
canadians realized that the train was
21:14
going
21:15
off of the tracks and then basically the
21:18
next statement that came out of his
21:19
mouth was that we were going to be the
21:21
first
21:22
post post nation state of the united
21:25
nations
21:26
and we saw americans
21:30
get smart enough to to uh vote donald
21:33
trump in
21:34
and we saw and we felt appear the same
21:38
way because he wasn’t a part of the game
21:40
that’s why he won and you you nailed it
21:43
and something
21:44
that we don’t have here in canada right
21:45
now is anybody that is
21:47
outside of the game that has the power
21:49
and the influence
21:51
to do it on their own we just don’t have
21:53
that kind of
21:54
uh i guess where with all women
21:58
within us yet somewhere the right person
22:01
hasn’t come about
22:02
and we find ourselves seeing and
22:05
learning
22:06
and understanding more by watching what
22:08
mr trump is enduring down there
22:11
and being inspired to fight back up here
22:14
in whatever ways and means uh
22:17
we can uh and it’s
22:21
it’s it’s important to canadians that uh
22:24
people like you get a chance that we get
22:26
a chance to hear from people like you
22:27
that are
22:28
that are understanding that we’re we’re
22:30
not crazy conspiracy theorists we are
22:34
well-informed people up here that are
22:36
looking to find a way to
22:37
fight back and we’re being incredibly
22:40
suppressed
22:41
in in in in seeing
22:44
what he he’s having to go through and
22:46
what we’re so much further down the
22:48
rabbit hole
22:50
uh the truths and and the things that
22:52
are that are coming out
22:53
right now are
22:56
dynamite up here and and i think it’s
22:59
going to provoke
23:00
their reaction this is
23:03
uh how aware
23:07
how much influence or or or
23:10
awareness is canada’s
23:14
plight or i guess our from our side it’s
23:16
a plight but
23:18
from mr trump’s point of view it’s a
23:20
threat and a danger what’s been going on
23:22
in canada
23:23
uh is basically like as if uh
23:26
hillary had won you know the prime
23:29
minister of canada
23:30
she would be the same thing this is
23:32
where they’re at on their timeline for
23:34
what they had
23:35
on their agenda how big of a threat and
23:37
awareness
23:39
do you think is
23:44
because we’re not hearing about it we’re
23:46
not seeing it we’re and then i
23:47
understand mr trump’s the busiest man on
23:49
earth
23:50
but the one thing that i want to say is
23:51
we see and i guess this is maybe
23:53
why why i ask these kind of questions is
23:56
that
23:56
we don’t just see mr trump as defending
23:59
your democracy we see him as the last
24:01
stand for humanity
24:04
uh i think well
24:07
i think that the president understands
24:09
he has an import he he’s come
24:12
he’s coming and i i did this in the memo
24:14
intentionally
24:15
when i wrote it back in 2017.
24:18
so if you recall at the conclusion of
24:20
the memo i specifically referenced
24:22
abraham lincoln
24:23
and the reason i chose to do that is
24:25
because in
24:26
you know in the um you know in the
24:28
benchmarks of american history lincoln
24:30
was a
24:31
um you know a character chosen for his
24:33
moment
24:34
you know not necessarily um you know a
24:36
moment chosen for his character
24:38
and i think he ended up in this position
24:40
where you know
24:41
he wanted to stop the further expansion
24:44
of slavery out of the southern states
24:46
and this caused the southern
24:50
democrats to to basically secede
24:53
in this massive hyper overreaction to
24:56
his decision
24:57
to try and slowly strangle out slavery
25:01
caused them to just react and mass
25:04
i chose to use him as a historical
25:06
figure because i think whether the
25:07
president himself was winning to it or
25:09
not
25:10
he was running as a production
25:11
capitalist
25:13
in direct contrast to the globalist
25:15
communist socialist world vision
25:18
and he was chosen to help stop
25:21
that expansion into the united states
25:24
which hillary represented its true form
25:26
and i think when he stopped it he he
25:29
he may not recognize his role on the
25:32
planet yet
25:33
which i don’t disagree with you on i
25:35
think he’s coming to terms with the
25:36
nature of the fight here
25:38
and thank god for the second amendment
25:41
and thank god for the fact we have the
25:42
federal assistant because
25:43
even though and i and i bring this up
25:46
because it concerns me greatly
25:47
covet is the great bellwether of of the
25:50
time
25:51
okay and when you look across the
25:53
governorships in the united states today
25:55
there are only two
25:56
governors that i think have actually
25:58
held their own
25:59
against this massive information warfare
26:02
and psychological warfare campaign being
26:04
conducted against us
26:05
and that’s christine home from south
26:07
dakota and ron desantis from florida
26:10
and the other governors have had their
26:11
fits and starts but the reality is if
26:14
we’re working with those two governors
26:15
it’s two more than
26:17
zero and so this is the fact we’re
26:20
dealing with politically here inside the
26:22
united states we’re also seeing thanks
26:24
to our friends at antifa
26:25
in blm where we have massive issues
26:29
in terms of leftist infrastructures and
26:31
penetrations of our government
26:33
where these guys are allowed to roam
26:35
free they’ve basically become the rule
26:36
of law
26:37
in towns like portland and seattle and
26:39
other places
26:40
and so when you see the world through
26:43
the
26:44
political warfare prism you know the the
26:47
the battle template is actually pretty
26:50
grim
26:51
right so we we have certain institutions
26:53
that we’re dependent upon that aren’t
26:55
there
26:56
we have certain state local
26:57
governorships that are in line with the
26:59
international marxist movement
27:01
we have a couple of governorships that
27:02
are on board with us but the thing that
27:04
we have
27:05
that that almost assures us that we can
27:07
win this thing still is
27:09
by far the american people don’t buy
27:11
into this globalist
27:12
corporatist chai com led world order
27:15
that they’re trying to create where you
27:17
know and and what’s amazing to me is
27:19
that
27:20
um it’s it’s typical of all tyrants they
27:23
overplay their hand
27:24
and we see that now uh where they’ve
27:27
overplayed their hand
27:28
they’re banning people on social media
27:30
they’re banning topics from the
27:32
mainstream media
27:33
and and all it takes is one little truth
27:37
injection
27:38
and what that one little truth injection
27:40
into somebody who’s been in the matrix
27:42
starts to create the glitch right and
27:45
that little glitch will gnaw at them now
27:47
some people will you know go full red
27:49
pill and they’ll wake up
27:50
right away others takes time and some of
27:54
them we just won’t be able to recover
27:55
they’re too fully demoralized
27:57
but the process has begun here and it’s
28:00
a bottoms up
28:01
process and so i think that over time
28:04
um and this is something that is being
28:06
discussed among some of the leaders in
28:08
the patriot slash chamber movement here
28:09
in the united states is
28:11
do we at some point seek to
28:13
internationalize
28:14
our movement we haven’t done that yet
28:16
it’s been a concerted effort here inside
28:18
the united states
28:20
but much like there are americans in
28:22
every country i’ve ever been in
28:24
there are there’s maga as well and i
28:26
think you know i tell people this all
28:28
the time you don’t need to live in
28:29
america to be american i mean the idea
28:30
is a spouse than the declaration
28:32
you know those those are everywhere i’ve
28:34
met iraqis that are more american than
28:36
americans
28:37
and i think it’s you know we need to get
28:39
back to understanding that eso
28:41
that ethos and then you know doing our
28:44
best to be individual ambassadors for it
28:47
now the leadership of the maga movement
28:49
right now of course that’s president
28:51
trump but i think what we’re going to
28:52
see is if after he’s elected
28:54
one of the pivot points is going to be
28:55
can you get the institutions right sure
28:57
but
28:58
also what becomes of the movement you
29:00
know he
29:01
he didn’t necessarily create the
29:02
movement but he finds himself as the de
29:04
facto leader of it
29:06
what happens with it key decision point
29:09
you know coming forward here in the next
29:10
year or two well i
29:12
i i can i’m glad that this is how what
29:15
they’re looking at because i see it from
29:17
a bottom-up journalist right i wasn’t
29:20
always you know it’s just
29:21
something that uh kind of came to me as
29:24
uh you know divine intervention or
29:27
whatever
29:28
whatever have you uh to put me in this
29:30
position and
29:31
this is where i am now just one of many
29:34
that are doing the same thing
29:35
and this matrix glitch that you speak of
29:39
is exactly
29:40
a great way to put it and and uh
29:43
i saw the night that the brexit
29:45
countdown was going on
29:46
that the globalists were in trouble they
29:48
were going to
29:49
overreact because that’s what tear
29:52
tyrants do and i didn’t expect that they
29:55
would make their
29:56
you know entire global play at that
29:59
moment
30:00
but it was a timing opportunity i think
30:04
with this whole which coveted now turned
30:08
into kavyanism
30:10
that played right into their hands
30:16
what i guess
30:21
with with the election so close
30:25
uh i i my personal opinion is that kind
30:27
of biden has given up
30:29
and i think i expect the left to go
30:32
absolutely
30:33
batshit crazy when they do and i expect
30:36
that mr trump is prepared for that but i
30:38
also expect to see
30:40
45 states voting him
30:43
in by the time all is said and done
30:46
is there going to be justice served on
30:49
some of the stuff that’s
30:50
been being held back for a very long
30:55
time and i guess without him referring
30:57
to
30:58
this corruption tree that is coming
31:00
apart and it can’t stop coming apart
31:03
what what canadians are looking for is
31:05
because i guess
31:06
we know the level of the money
31:08
laundering maytag machine that canada
31:10
has been for a lot of these guys they’re
31:12
deeply invested in canada they’re
31:14
directly connected to canada so now
31:16
we’ve got a government
31:18
and while it’s not even a government
31:19
it’s a rogue service corp up here in a
31:21
de facto government
31:24
it’s not even a legitimate government
31:26
that uh
31:27
are there they’re doing the same thing
31:29
they’re all in
31:30
they are not going to stop tyrants don’t
31:33
stop they don’t willingly give up and
31:35
stop
31:36
they have to be stopped
31:40
is this going to be something that are
31:42
we going to be looking
31:43
down the road at mr trump taking drastic
31:47
action or is
31:49
how drastic of an action is he going to
31:51
be forced to take
31:53
by the time all this said and done i
31:55
guess would be a good thing if you have
31:57
some idea and i guess we’re getting into
32:00
kind of conspiracy theories here but
32:02
i don’t think it’s theories these are
32:04
reaction problem reaction solutions that
32:06
being in the intelligence mindset
32:10
you have to be playing that chess game
32:13
oh
32:14
absolutely and uh for those in your
32:16
audience who haven’t
32:17
been paying i i guess i’ll break it into
32:19
two different responses
32:21
you have the immediate tactical response
32:24
in the
32:25
in the period between the election on
32:27
november 3rd
32:28
and the inauguration on january 20th i’m
32:31
very concerned about that
32:33
um if for no other reason then we’ve
32:36
seen the left moving
32:37
to i’ll call it crisis engineer
32:41
um issues in the election process itself
32:45
trying to prolong the vote you know vote
32:47
counting periods
32:49
trying to allow you know mail-in ballots
32:52
which is you know
32:53
and it sounds very benign but i want to
32:55
make sure i explain to your audience
32:57
these aren’t ballots where you require
32:59
like in the military when i was in the
33:01
military you could request a
33:03
absentee ballot they would send it to
33:05
your overseas
33:06
military your post office box you would
33:09
fill it out and then you’d send it back
33:10
to your hometown
33:12
and they would count your vote this
33:14
isn’t what they’re doing
33:15
they’re mass mailing ballots out
33:18
based upon registration rules which
33:20
haven’t been called of
33:22
you know deceased family members and
33:24
people who’ve moved and
33:26
people who used to live at the residence
33:28
so you know there are people that i know
33:29
that are
33:30
receiving you know multiple phone calls
33:32
and multiple uh
33:33
um you know i guess uh solicitations
33:36
from people knocking on their door
33:38
and checking all these names etc and you
33:41
have
33:41
this uh unbelievable uh
33:45
potential for graft and corruption just
33:47
in that okay
33:49
and then you have on the other hand i
33:50
guess the uh
33:53
what we what we are familiar with here
33:55
is this term this color revolution i
33:57
don’t know if you’re familiar with that
34:00
you know it doesn’t the news doesn’t
34:02
make it out there but this uh
34:04
whole blm antifa thing is a way bigger
34:08
problem up here in canada than what you
34:10
guys are hearing about down there
34:12
our educational institutions have been
34:15
completely overtaken
34:17
by this i have literally filmed with my
34:20
own camera
34:21
mobs of them with a 70 year old guy
34:25
holding his head on the sidewalk with a
34:27
boot while five people are
34:29
are are taking kicking the [ __ ] out of
34:32
them
34:32
and it’s being um endorsed
34:36
and funded by the unions
34:40
and the southern poverty law center
34:44
and the anti-hate network dot ca
34:47
and all by de facto directly from
34:49
taxpayer dollars
34:51
yeah well there they are they are the
34:53
tyrants brown shirts
34:54
this time um and and they function just
34:58
like the brown shirts did for hitler
35:00
and um you know and be very leery of the
35:03
moderates that come in behind them
35:05
because much like the black shirts with
35:07
the moderates behind the brown suits in
35:09
the in germany
35:10
mid-1930s uh it’ll be the black shirts
35:13
that become the waffen ss
35:15
um and and beware of false moderates i
35:18
guess is my
35:19
my point there but to finish up the part
35:22
about this
35:22
transition period between election and
35:24
the inauguration
35:26
um this color revolution concept really
35:28
gets into what we see happening down
35:30
here which is this massive informational
35:32
control structure that’s being deployed
35:34
against
35:35
the maga movement right now which is
35:37
mainstream media not covering stories
35:40
literal blackouts on these stories about
35:42
the bidens um
35:45
uh people being shadow banned left and
35:47
right on twitter
35:48
uh not able to gain followers not able
35:50
to tweet
35:51
not it’s just it’s absolutely incredible
35:54
and then twitter
35:55
last week shut down basically entirely
35:58
and then and then their excuse was oops
36:01
we deployed that too
36:03
early we’re testing a future capability
36:05
gee i wonder what that’s about
36:07
so so um this color revolution is
36:10
basically if trump say trump wins but
36:12
it’s close
36:14
the color revolution concept would have
36:16
them shut down social media
36:17
communications pathways
36:20
mainstream media pushing trump didn’t
36:22
really win we have to count forever
36:24
at which point the international bodies
36:26
would come in with external pressure
36:29
the bankers the corporations the all of
36:32
these influence networks
36:34
would be putting tremendous pressure on
36:36
president trump to step down
36:38
i think that’s very possible okay in
36:40
terms of the short-term fight
36:42
in terms of the longer-term fight uh i
36:45
think the president has largely
36:46
uh been hamstrung by the fact he you
36:49
know he had some personnel issues he was
36:50
dealing with
36:51
and candidly the republicans in congress
36:54
weren’t willing to allow him to do his
36:56
full-on uh
36:57
proclamation to disperse in the use of
36:59
the insurrection act
37:01
uh to to put these guys you know to put
37:03
these insurrectionist activities
37:05
to grounds um again
37:08
it goes to and this this is the con the
37:10
canadian angle of this right i mean we
37:12
know
37:12
vancouver in particular is a hotbed of
37:15
chinese communist activity
37:17
i mean you guys have a massive massive
37:20
you know
37:20
immigrant community there and we see
37:23
here inside the united states
37:24
particularly with the black lives matter
37:26
movement uh
37:27
ties back into the the vancouver region
37:31
and so you know it’s i think it’s
37:33
vitally important from a national
37:35
security
37:36
standpoint that we internationalize the
37:39
maga movement if you will
37:41
and so insofar as we’re able to get
37:44
people that are inside of our
37:45
institutions
37:46
and working on these problems that’s
37:48
collaborating with folks inside your
37:50
institutions and winning to it which is
37:52
for everybody out there panicking
37:53
thinking this is the end of the world no
37:55
this isn’t
37:55
this is the 1950s all over again we had
37:58
to go through this back in the 50s
38:01
where you had a whole bunch of
38:02
pro-soviet people
38:04
inside u.s institutions and it took us a
38:07
long time to get on a cold
38:09
you know what became the cold war
38:10
footing it’s very similar to what’s
38:12
happening today
38:14
i think the the significant difference
38:16
between
38:17
what happened then uh with the the whole
38:20
economy behind every blade of grass
38:22
is they turned the narrative on us and
38:24
we’re working in a time where
38:26
things work 24 7. there
38:29
you know in the 50s that was still you
38:31
know things were done in daylight hours
38:33
the internet wasn’t around so things
38:35
moved a lot slower
38:37
the whole world moves exponentially
38:40
faster now
38:41
uh than it did before the level of
38:43
communication from one side of the world
38:45
to the other all of these things really
38:48
make this
38:48
a a a war that is
38:52
you can’t stop and sleep for a second
38:56
that’s that is absolutely true so
39:01
um we see up here
39:04
uh and i think these were kind of stop
39:08
gap measures
39:09
for mr trump in kind of keeping things
39:13
at bay up here
39:14
with uh having the uh huay
39:18
huawei uh executive um
39:24
i guess arrested and being held here
39:26
right now
39:27
um but things are escalating
39:30
in the south pacific
39:34
in a big way and that is something that
39:37
canada i think is
39:42
part of the narrative game on
39:45
our media up here and uh i think this is
39:48
where
39:49
the ccp influence
39:52
is being uh waged far
39:55
stronger in canada as far as
40:00
creating the whole narrative of orange
40:03
man bad it’s kind of like
40:05
i think that’s what what canada is is
40:07
kind of like
40:08
when you’re talking about how they’re
40:10
the black shirts behind the brown shirts
40:12
i think that’s what canada is building
40:15
and brewing it’s like the breeding
40:16
ground for this
40:17
for the brown shirts that are in the
40:18
united states the black shirts are up
40:20
here kind of
40:21
putting it together and getting ready do
40:24
you think that’s a fair assessment
40:26
honestly i i don’t know enough about
40:29
what’s happening in canada to to
40:31
to you know qualif to qualify so i’m
40:33
going to qualify my
40:34
my statements there okay i do know that
40:37
that
40:38
in the projects that i’m looking at and
40:39
the things that i’m looking at
40:41
riza v blm and some of what was occupy
40:44
wall street and now
40:46
operates under myriad different names a
40:48
lot of the roads there
40:49
lead back to vancouver and um
40:53
i think that you know when you look at
40:55
uh when you look at the actions by the
40:57
chinese post may 2019
41:01
and uh their declaration of people’s war
41:03
against you know against the west but
41:05
largely against the united states
41:07
um and as like in in like the soviet
41:10
defector glitzen said you know they
41:12
they will they will work with you as
41:14
long as they can make money from you and
41:15
when they no longer are making as much
41:17
money from you they will turn on you
41:19
we now have to assess that the chinese
41:21
communist party has turned on us
41:23
that said i don’t think we want to get
41:25
into an open conflict with them there’s
41:27
no real winner there and certainly i
41:29
mean
41:29
i i go crazy listening to people talk
41:31
about
41:32
um the south china sea uh i i just
41:35
i have no desire to start a war over
41:38
vietnamese fishing rights
41:39
i just don’t um call me crazy
41:43
but you know as long as we can as long
41:45
as we have free access to the malaccan
41:46
strait
41:47
in the global commerce you know routes
41:49
are running i’m really not that worried
41:51
about it
41:51
i also look at the spratlys and the
41:54
islands down there which
41:55
are navy fixates on incessantly
41:58
i look at them as a pure military target
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in the middle of the ocean which means
42:02
use the biggest bomb you have
42:04
and get rid of it right i mean i i i
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just don’t
42:08
see this need to fixate on these things
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um the
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the way the chinese fight us is not
42:14
militarily
42:15
right the chinese don’t need to invade
42:17
us with an army they’ve invaded us with
42:19
their checkbook their financial accounts
42:22
their finance managers
42:23
the schools the hollywood television
42:27
programming
42:28
our books uh all the production costs
42:30
the manufacturing
42:32
uh this is how they’ve invaded us they
42:34
don’t need to set foot here
42:38
i just wish that people would think like
42:40
that the chinese wrote a strategy paper
42:42
i used to carry it around with me
42:44
in the pentagon it’s called unrestricted
42:46
warfare
42:47
288 pages okay
42:51
and on page 144 to page 148
42:55
they lay out a scenario which is the use
42:58
of a biochemical pathogen
43:01
to create a massive amount of fear to
43:04
support it with
43:05
information and operations psychological
43:08
warfare and economic warfare
43:10
in order to basically uh neutralize the
43:14
west
43:15
and i look out my front door and i see
43:18
covid and i said boy i read about this
43:22
20 years ago right and and i
43:26
just i’m amazed at the fact that people
43:27
have not put this together yet
43:29
right we’re still acting as though you
43:31
know that it couldn’t possibly be
43:34
it is yeah thank you for bringing that
43:37
up and reminding me
43:38
uh that was one of the things that i’d
43:40
watched an interview that you
43:42
gave uh last week i believe it was and
43:45
you brought that paper up
43:47
and i immediately went looking for it
43:48
about the same time right after i
43:50
emailed you and uh and i’ve been kind of
43:53
reading through that and putting it
43:54
together with uh the memo that you wrote
43:57
and and this is
43:58
where you were uh you know kind of
44:02
surprised that people aren’t putting it
44:03
together with
44:04
stuff that you found 20 years ago that’s
44:07
how i
44:08
feel when i read your memo from 2017
44:11
is you know like people why aren’t you
44:13
putting this together
44:15
uh so this was a great combination of
44:18
of that and i’ll put that uh memo
44:21
for for folks to uh not pardon me not
44:23
the memo but that uh
44:25
letter that report i’ll put that out for
44:27
for people after we’re done here i’ll
44:29
put it in the links later
44:31
uh geez i got rambling there and i was
44:35
excited um but
44:38
it’s so great to hear you bringing this
44:41
up rather than just somebody like me
44:43
bringing this up
44:44
right it’s it’s uh when i tell people
44:47
you know refer back to the video or to
44:48
your site now this these are
44:50
this is how we keep pumping water into
44:54
that glitch in the matrix
44:55
is through exactly that back in may of
44:58
2019
45:01
back in may 2019 two really important
45:03
events happened okay one was the chinese
45:05
the the chinese communist party had
45:07
there i forget what they call it’s like
45:09
their congressional assembly
45:10
they bring in major party members they
45:12
have these discussions and as part of
45:14
that discussion
45:15
the topic of people’s war came up
45:17
against the united states because they
45:19
were so concerned about the
45:20
effectiveness
45:21
of president trump’s policies and how it
45:23
was impacting their gold
45:25
and control inside china um
45:28
now people’s war is a term apart right
45:30
for people who’ve studied mao
45:32
that that is a very specific doctrinal
45:35
term of art with meaning
45:37
it has direction it has velocity it has
45:39
mass
45:40
but again because we measure warfare in
45:43
the west and all of the western nations
45:45
do this
45:46
we see it as counting troops and tanks
45:50
yes they do not think that way and in
45:53
unrestricted warfare they lay out 27
45:55
specific lines of effort in operation
45:58
so just to give you an example we know
46:00
chinese money is behind much of what we
46:02
see going on in the cartels
46:04
specifically the cartels that are moving
46:07
fentanyl the synthetic opium into the
46:09
united states
46:10
historical allegory there being you know
46:12
we you know me
46:13
meaning the british empire did it to
46:15
china okay
46:17
and they are now doing it to us here in
46:20
the united states
46:21
in 2020 we will lose our 1
46:24
millionth citizen this year to drug
46:27
overdoses
46:28
since 2000 1 million dead
46:31
to drug overdoses now that is warfare
46:35
killed a million u.s citizens okay and
46:37
never fired a shot
46:39
i’ve been trying to tell people that for
46:42
a long time they’re you know it’s not
46:44
affecting me and they’re not it’s not
46:45
well no they just don’t understand that
46:48
the world is involved and when we use
46:52
the word
46:53
war we have to evolve our thinking of it
46:56
and you
46:57
you put that specifically what people
46:59
need to understand to me that’s
47:01
the biggest thing that people need to
47:02
understand right now all over the world
47:04
is that war
47:06
doesn’t just mean tanks and guns
47:10
and artillery that’s not the warfare
47:12
that we’re in
47:13
anymore right
47:17
so one of the one of the other things
47:19
about may 2019
47:20
in addition to that declaration of
47:22
people’s war is that
47:24
the illustrious as as donald trump would
47:27
call them the fake new york times
47:29
fake news new york times when he says
47:32
fake news you need to understand what he
47:34
means is
47:34
propaganda all right and um
47:38
so the the when he says deep state what
47:40
he really means is the counter state
47:43
in political warfare terms so
47:46
anyways the the fake news new york times
47:49
in may of 2019
47:51
wrote this piece on uh francis pivens
47:54
now for those of your audience who
47:56
aren’t familiar with special warfare
47:58
or unconventional warfare cloward pivens
48:01
is a strategic approach
48:03
by which you go after a targeted country
48:06
it’s a communist tactic
48:08
where you overwhelm their social support
48:11
systems
48:12
to the point that they collapse
48:14
financially
48:15
politically economically etc
48:18
and so in may of 2019 you had this
48:22
clower pivots approach
48:24
you had the chinese declare people’s war
48:27
in october of 2019 you had the
48:29
globalists conducting this
48:31
uh exercises on biochemical
48:34
agent releases meanwhile back in wuhan
48:37
china
48:38
this biochemical agent ends up released
48:41
into into wuhan and all of the
48:45
deliberate decision making post that
48:47
release
48:48
is very suspicious right and so
48:51
we can’t conclude we have to be very
48:54
careful particularly in the national
48:55
security staff
48:56
and in the pentagon at drawing what we
48:58
call conclusionary assumptions right
49:00
you can’t do that you can’t move on
49:02
something you can’t prove
49:03
but there are a lot of red flags there
49:06
right absolutely enough that we need to
49:10
be paying close attention
49:12
there needs to be there needs to be
49:13
questions asked to end answers and
49:15
traditionally that would have been the
49:16
job of the media
49:18
but that isn’t there exactly right
49:21
exactly right yeah um
49:24
and so
49:29
if if we’re getting close to
49:32
close on the hour here and i don’t want
49:34
to keep you keep you too uh too long
49:35
today maybe you’ll come back and join us
49:37
again another day
49:38
and there’s there’s a thousand questions
49:41
i’d love to ask you
49:42
it’s kind of tail it off here for for
49:45
today
49:46
where would you start if you had the
49:48
opportunity to start cleaning this mess
49:51
up
49:52
well there are two things i’ll give you
49:55
two things that i think the president
49:56
has to do um
49:59
this is you know assuming he wins next
50:01
week assuming that the
50:02
the antifa blm people don’t go full-on
50:06
crazy and
50:07
he takes office in january he needs to
50:09
execute a november 4th plan
50:12
with you know in the military we call it
50:14
speed and violence of action
50:15
get his personnel situation fixed and
50:19
then
50:20
he has to prioritize i’ll call it an
50:22
institutional get well program
50:24
which is he has to reclaim his citadels
50:28
right which is starting with the defense
50:31
department
50:32
um and if for no other reason the
50:34
defense department is the most important
50:36
for him to hold because it is the
50:37
biggest fiscally
50:39
right i mean it it dwarfs the rest of
50:41
the federal government in terms of
50:43
spending
50:44
and in in so doing it dwarfs the rest of
50:46
the federal government in terms of
50:47
influence and so he has to get that back
50:51
and from there i think he can go about
50:53
you know
50:54
reclaiming the other institutions
50:56
working the counter corruption stuff
50:58
that you’d asked about earlier
51:00
and and within the political sphere he
51:02
does need to internationalize the maga
51:04
movement
51:05
so you know those are three quick you
51:07
know boom boom personnel
51:08
get the pentagon on the citadel’s back
51:10
and internationalized maga
51:12
those are three things he can do uh and
51:14
he can do them relatively quickly you
51:16
know three four months we can be up and
51:17
moving
51:18
did you ever think for a second and this
51:22
is
51:22
referring back to a term you used
51:24
earlier is that we are the
51:26
counter uh revolution
51:29
this isn’t the revolution we are the
51:30
counter revolution against the
51:32
revolution did you ever
51:33
think that you’d be fighting for freedom
51:35
as a counter revolutionary in your own
51:37
nation
51:38
uh i i can i can tell you
51:43
read the subtitle here right
51:46
i’ve been fighting for it for a long
51:48
time uh i think
51:50
i i i’m appreciative of the fact that
51:52
donald trump brought the fight that i’ve
51:54
been fighting for
51:55
you know two decades to the forefront
51:58
and uh you know what we’re for for a
52:00
long time you know when
52:02
especially in the darkest years of the
52:04
obama administration in 2011
52:06
2012 where you had you know the libya
52:09
debacle the arab spring benghazi
52:12
you know and you’re talking to people
52:14
around washington and trying to explain
52:16
to them how bad it is
52:18
and people are looking at you like uh
52:20
yeah you’re crazy man
52:22
and nobody’s saying that anymore well to
52:26
be honest with you
52:27
uh i i’d always played kind of a
52:30
periphery spectator of what happened in
52:33
american politics honestly until
52:35
benghazi
52:36
and that was where i was personally so
52:40
deeply offended but what i could see
52:42
with my own eyes that happened there
52:44
i mean i had followed uh the the entire
52:47
gulf wars
52:48
um i i didn’t serve as an active member
52:52
in our military i did do militia
52:54
training for a number of years
52:56
uh so i always still felt a bond with
52:58
our boys in service and
53:00
i watched and i felt for every every
53:02
soul that was lost over there
53:03
but what i saw happen in benghazi was so
53:06
over the top and as that has not going
53:11
away
53:11
gone away it is i think
53:14
pushed doors open that could have been
53:17
forgotten and left
53:18
closed and it’s continuing to open some
53:21
of those doors and the reason
53:22
why i’m grateful for that is i’m pretty
53:26
certain almost i’m just missing a few
53:30
pieces of key evidence that
53:31
canadian our canadian establishment was
53:34
involved in in a lot of that
53:36
uh what a lot of people don’t
53:38
necessarily understand is that
53:40
canada is one of the biggest arms
53:42
exporters in the world
53:44
and that’s that’s that junk’s going
53:46
somewhere and it’s killing people
53:48
somewhere in libya and benghazi and all
53:51
the
53:52
the guns and weapons smuggling that’s
53:55
been going
53:56
on over there canadian or canadian
53:58
establishment is not
53:59
innocent in this at all and canadians
54:02
know this and we want answers and we’re
54:04
not getting them
54:05
from anywhere in canada so we’re
54:08
definitely paying attention to
54:10
what’s going down there and i guess that
54:12
kind of refers back to my question about
54:14
looking for justice uh in the end
54:17
we are all in the same boat we all end
54:20
up in the same boat regardless of what
54:22
we believe if we lose this war
54:24
so justice for you guys and benghazi
54:27
is justice for a lot of us up here too
54:30
no thanks
54:31
it really is it’s uh we feel your guys’s
54:34
pain
54:35
and and i say you guys and i and i i
54:37
would say that to my neighbor too that’s
54:39
like that’s a canadian thing that’s not
54:41
a separation thing
54:42
you guys are family down there the same
54:44
same as we are we
54:46
we we know we come from the same
54:49
ideological
54:50
place and we have the same wants fears
54:52
and desires and
54:53
canadians are i think getting tired of
54:55
the
54:56
fear and to have somebody like you take
54:59
the time to speak to them about some of
55:01
these things because the only way to
55:03
stop fear is with the truth when you
55:04
shed enough
55:05
light into the darkness you’re not
55:07
afraid of the dark anymore
55:08
so it’s very greatly appreciated that
55:10
you could join us here this afternoon
55:13
hopefully again you’ll uh had enough fun
55:15
to come back and join us again sometime
55:16
my pleasure wayne anytime i would love
55:19
to do this right
55:20
after the election all right buddy all
55:22
right take care
55:24
you too bye-bye you go bye for now
55:28
well folks uh that was an amazing
55:31
hour i deeply appreciate all of you guys
55:34
uh hanging out with this afternoon
55:36
uh this was this was a great start
55:39
and uh i look forward to you guys
55:42
comments
55:43
and uh sharing this out thanks for
55:45
getting this message out there we’re
55:46
gonna have him back and we’ll see what
55:48
else we can uh
55:50
get together with him for some
55:52
interesting shows
55:53
but my head is just kind of reeling
55:55
right now guys
55:56
i still got notes and questions uh i
56:00
cannot wait to
56:00
do that again uh pretty excited
56:06
thanks guys uh
56:10
there was some good good questions good
56:12
good topics in there guys and and
56:14
i guess the big thing for me is it
56:16
wasn’t
56:17
people like me or mark that was
56:21
uh that it wasn’t our voices you were
56:24
hearing it was somebody that was
56:26
you know had their their mouth right to
56:29
mr trump’s ear
56:30
telling them about telling the world
56:32
about
56:34
the dangers we face so there’s going to
56:36
be
56:37
more of these coming up real real soon
56:42
as always i appreciate the the shares
56:44
and support guys
56:45
means the world to me i couldn’t do this
56:47
without you
56:48
uh we are all in this together
56:52
god bless you all or whatever it is that
56:55
you believe in
56:58
awesome stuff get
57:01
rich’s book yes i’m sorry i didn’t give
57:04
him a chance to plug his book
57:05
on that i’ll make sure i get him back
57:07
again but i’ll drop a link in here into
57:10
the comments
57:11
for you guys as well
57:14
i cannot wait to read the book i haven’t
57:17
got it yet but i will be getting it
57:20
[Music]
57:23
all right guys i
57:26
i’m gonna turn into a babbling idiot if
57:28
i don’t just shut up now
57:30
so enjoy i hope you guys enjoyed that
57:32
we’ll uh
57:34
talk to mr bradley johnson
57:37
again very very soon here he uh he
57:40
wanted
57:41
asked if he would be able to come on and
57:42
talk to us again before the election so
57:44
i’ll get that set up and let up
57:46
let you guys know when we’re going to do
57:49
that
57:50
i do believe i am going to appear on
57:53
laurel and tyler thompson’s show
57:55
tomorrow she asked if i would come on
57:56
and
57:57
have a little discussion about some of
57:58
these things that i’ve been discussing
58:00
with some of these folks down
58:02
south of the border so i’m looking
58:03
forward to that i’ll share
58:05
some links for you guys for that if and
58:08
when i get them
58:09
um appreciate it again a couple other
58:13
little
58:14
housekeeping tasks i put
58:19
the link to rich’s website
58:23
in the chat description or in the chat
58:26
as well
58:27
guys so get his book
58:32
i will give him more time to talk about
58:34
it next time for any of you guys that
58:37
find value in what i’m doing and the
58:40
work that we’re doing
58:41
if you can chip in a coffee it’s deeply
58:45
appreciated
58:47
we could not survive without you guys
58:51
and uh this is how you guys can help us
58:54
out
58:55
i do have a couple other interviews that
58:58
i haven’t got
59:00
dates and times exactly set for yet but
59:03
as soon as i do
59:04
i will get them out to you guys all
59:06
right guys i love y’all
59:08
stay canadian keep fighting we’re
59:11
winning and i simply say
59:12
we’re winning because insanity is
59:15
unsustainable
59:17
right insanity doesn’t procreate very
59:19
well
59:20
so sooner or later we win all right guys
59:23
love y’all stay canadian keep fighting
59:25
and let’s make canada canada again
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2 thoughts on “What’s Up Canada: Rich Higgins, Fired for Doing the Right Thing

  1. Obviously, this interview was pre election, yet still very informative. What Rich has said at the time is still valid today. I had no knowledge that Canada was/is where it is, a mirror of the U.S. I would hope, that what I think, which is in line on how this crap has to be dealt with , can still be accomplished. While Trump is no longer President, he is still the only recognized leader of this country. I don’t know, what means can be taken to effectuate to change what has happened, that as what Rich explained Trump could have done, had he won the election. With that said, Brad and Rich, with their other counterparts, know more how that could be accomplished but, accomplished it must be!

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