US Special Forces veteran RESPONDS to Navy SEAL Jocko Willink – I cry for Palestinian children

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A former US Special Forces Sergeant discusses the dehumanization of American people and the need for them to speak out against what's wrong, including being approached by the government during a national security crisis. They also discuss their past involvement in the armed forces and their past involvement in the military. The speaker expresses concern about the use of negative media and the media's portrayal of them, as well as the current conflict between the United States and the Republic of Jerusalem, which is a ideology of resistance. They express their desire to defend the Republic of Jerusalem and encourage people to visit the deen center in Tampa.

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Did you serve together at all? I know

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war.

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What's going on in Palestine right now is

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not a war. But I think it's a

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fair fight that's happening

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in Gaza at this time.

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So what about my statement of saying that

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I also cry for Palestinian

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children? Rogan have an impact at all,

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on you? That he put up on Twitter

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that shows them Oh, maybe. Drone bombing those

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kids that are those men, I should say,

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unarmed people that were walking towards the rubble.

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There's nothing more American than than speaking out

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against what's wrong. We know there are many

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benefits to the use of black seed according

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to the authentic statements of the prophet Mohammed,

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peace and blessings be upon him. That's why

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I used the black seed by Tasneem, and

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Show for 15% off. My next guest, former

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US Special Forces. No. No. No. I'm not

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talking about Janko Willnick. What do you feel

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about that from a from a moral perspective

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as a former seal?

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Do you think it's a fair fight? What's

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happening there? No. No. No. I got someone

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who actually, Jaco

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Will Inc, if I'm pronouncing it right, can

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can learn

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something from, a man of courage, not just

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that, but,

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show of extraordinary

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humanity.

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And I wanna go ahead and introduce my

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guest

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and have him come out. Let's take a

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look here who he is, and I'm excited

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to have him on.

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My name is Alan Spero.

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I was with 3rd Special Forces Group.

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I was with the commanders in extremist force

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of b 2 3. I was a sniper,

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assaulter, and a preacher. I know war.

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What's going on in Palestine right now is

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not a war.

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It's not. It is the dehumanization.

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It's the genocide.

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It's the ethnic cleansing

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of a specific people

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to take their land. This is not war.

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These are people that are defending themselves.

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I see this constantly where people are just

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repeatedly dehumanizing these people. This is wrong,

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and there's nothing more American than than speaking

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out against what's wrong. I can't tell you

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how many times I've seen

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horrible things,

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and this takes it to an entirely new

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level. The US tax payer is paying for

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this, which makes it even more frustrating.

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I'm paying for this. I am seeing what's

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happening to this. This needs to stop.

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Whatever you can do,

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anything, this needs to stop. God, I love

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you very much. I love all the work

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that you're doing. Welcome to the When I

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was ready to talk about this, I would

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go to the audience, and I was explaining

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how much respect I have for the faith

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of Islam.

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Sergeant Allen, professor, how are you? Excellent. How

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are you doing? Good. Good. Great to have

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you on the program. Thanks for having me.

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So, former special US forces

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and, usually people think of, Jocko Wilnick. Am

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I pronouncing his name right? Mhmm.

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Are you

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familiar you're familiar with him? Did you guys

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were you did you serve together at all?

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Do you have any history together? Have you

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guys

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So the only history prior to

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this last August was,

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I taught at at the origin camp Mhmm.

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That he has every year, and that's where

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I got to meet him, actually talk to

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him. And

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the only other time was actually at Gracie

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Nationals in 2001.

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We were both purple belts Mhmm. Competing in

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the same tournament,

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but we

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didn't talk at all or anything like that.

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So we're just kinda, like, you know, interweaving.

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You know how jiu jitsu is? Yes. You

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know, just like we were talking about earlier,

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you know, you know, everyone kinda knows each

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other in one way or another.

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So what I was, what was extraordinary is

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your humanity,

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you know, coming out.

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And these three points,

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nothing more American

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at this point than, you know, speaking out

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against this. What got you to the point

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that you are actually speaking out?

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Honestly, the

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so

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initially,

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I I went to the city hall meeting

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to

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because I was frustrated. I just saw the,

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veto,

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from the US for the 3rd time,

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shutting down that the ceasefire resolution,

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and I was really frustrated.

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Saw that there was a city hall meeting

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coming up, and

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you know what? These guys get paid for

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it. They're gonna hear me vent. I didn't

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know anyone going in. I didn't know that

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there was other people that were,

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speaking for that cause until later. And

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it was strange because I didn't know it

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was being recorded.

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A friend of mine from Houston,

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asked me if I spoke at city hall,

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and I said yes.

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And

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they found the video, they edited it, and

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they asked me, you know, do you mind

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if we send it out? I think it

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would be really powerful. And

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I was like, sure. I don't I don't

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see how that would be. I was just

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literally venting and ranting, but it seemed to

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make a huge impact. So I'm glad and

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just gonna keep pushing forward with it and

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carry the momentum as much as I can.

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Now fill us in. Okay. You talked a

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little bit about that now when you were

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when we played the video. So you're a

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former US Special Forces Sergeant.

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Tell us a little about your history in

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in the armed forces.

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So initially, I enlisted in 95

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and then as a lightweight vehicle mechanic.

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I was stationed at Fort Hood in Texas,

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and that's that's originally how I ended up

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in Texas.

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There wasn't anything going on, during that time

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frame in the nineties. The Somalia had been

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over,

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Bosnia,

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and Kosovo had been played out and was

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everyone was coming back from that.

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And,

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I just discovered jujitsu in 96.

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So,

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and I caught that that addiction bug.

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And as we both know, at the time,

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there was

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very few black belts in in the US,

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and the only black belt that was actually

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in the state was Carlos Machado.

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So I ended up moving up to, Dallas,

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and that's how I ended up staying here.

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In the meantime, I was in the reserves

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going to school.

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I reclassed to field artillery, and I was

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a drill sergeant

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And did my trail time in, Fort Sill

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in Oklahoma.

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And

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after 9:11,

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I didn't want

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to

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to be on the sidelines.

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You know, there was a fight that was

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going in. You know, my grandfather was in

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World War 2. My my father was in

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in the air force in the seventies, and

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I felt that was, like, the calling, you

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know, of my generation.

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So shortly after that, I, listed,

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or went back active duty

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and, went to a selection. I made selection,

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went to the q course, and then got

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recruited on to b 23

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and did my time with b 23 and

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got out in 2010 from active duty.

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2000

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from 2010,

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2012, I was in, Special Forces National Guard,

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and then I got out entirely in 2012.

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And you said here in the

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talk that you were giving there that this

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is not a war. What did you mean

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by that?

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So in any engagement,

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any type of conflict, there's we do have

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to abide by the the ROEs, the the

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rules of engagement,

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and

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that's taken very seriously.

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You don't target civilians. You don't, you know

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the

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the games

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and I say games

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and the

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horrific acts that, are being played out there

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are literally an extermination. There's

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there's so many things missing

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from their narrative. You know, going in there

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without names and then when they come out,

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they got names. Oh, yeah. This guy's a

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terrorist.

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Well,

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how do you target them? You know, there

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there's so many things that are off on

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this.

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And by the time they actually go in

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there and do the mission, you know, they're

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like, oh, yeah. We got, you know, 50

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of these,

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Hamas. Well, did you go on there looking

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for 50? You know, do you have verification?

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Can you bet that is there anything that

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you can do to verify that this person

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was a terrorist or you're just saying they're

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terrorists?

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And that's what it it that from the

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very beginning, it's been going on, and it's

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just continually,

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escalated from there. So

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they don't abide by any rules and engage

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in any type of international law.

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And

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to say that they're the most moral army,

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I I think is is an absolute joke.

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I mean, so I mean, you're

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former special US forces, so now you're looking

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at it from a different lens, from a

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different

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way that the normal person. So you're seeing

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things

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that most people like, you know, some common

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sense is there and people who,

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because there's a lot of programming also. That's

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another thing, you know, the media and, you

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know, the common narrative and whatnot. So how

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long did it take you to and and

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what's spoke your interest

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interest had you get more interested that you

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even went further because it's for some people,

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it's like that, yeah, they see it, but

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they're like, I'm not I'm not gonna speak

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out. The the courage that I talked about,

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you need some some some courage and and

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also the courage of of speaking out,

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against the herd, the the the masses. Right?

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The the the common,

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narrative,

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you went above and beyond. What got you

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to that point?

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Not so proud to admit this, but the,

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what

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the moment that everything became unraveled for me

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was

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maybe a few days after October 7th.

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There there been things along the way for

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the last,

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you know, 15 years or so that kinda

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popped up kinda like that doesn't sound right,

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and that doesn't feel right. And we

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no. I'll just, you know, shelf it. But

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the moment that I heard the words,

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unprovoked,

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It made me and and it was being,

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excuse me, it was being parroted by all

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the major media.

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And

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so they,

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they were literally just reporting the exact same

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thing over and over again and never mentioning

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once what had happened

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October 6th, you know, or October 5th, or

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October 4th, or the the year prior, the

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year prior to that, and everything else.

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And

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it was frustrating to, like, if you're going

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to be a media outlet, you have to

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give,

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the most accurate account

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of the situation possible.

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And it was literally just one-sided.

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And

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regardless of

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I knew that there was gonna be repercussions.

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I I already knew that,

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but it didn't matter.

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It's it's the right thing to do. I

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wholeheartedly believe in it

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and that's really all I needed.

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The

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The other things that that came up were

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just kinda

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how should I put this? The

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the things that I saw, the things that

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I did, and the the questions that I

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have

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really became highlighted,

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after October. You know, looking back

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and seeing, like, how the media has played

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this and how they're layering

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it and

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the, different reports that are coming out that

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they're giving,

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it it sounded just

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it was to me, it's it just sounded

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way too falsified. They're they're just they're not,

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you know, realistic

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actions and reports. It just everything seemed off

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on it. They're they're

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I can't really put my finger on it,

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but anytime that, well, I can. It it

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was just

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anytime that you have, you know, people that

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are

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using starving people

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to lure them

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into an area where you can create

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a deadly situation.

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Where you have starving people and I can't

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get this out of my head, but when

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you have starving people that are literally just

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trying to get food and

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you know this,

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and in the dark,

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while everyone is

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literally starving to get the supplies that they've

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been waiting weeks for.

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And then you use that opportunity to create

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chaos

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and create a situation so that you can,

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you know, make it worse, so you can

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actually take out more people.

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And I I truly believe that is their

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ultimate goal. If you look at it from

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a perspective where they're just trying to get

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rid of people,

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everything they're doing makes sense. It doesn't matter

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if you kill them, if they're,

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if they move on their own,

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if they, you know, migrate somewhere else, voluntary,

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involuntary, it doesn't matter. Just get them out.

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Everything else starts to make sense. And if

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you just look at that perspective, then all

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pretty much

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90% of your questions that you have about

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what's going on are answered because

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it's a method, a a way, and a

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manner for them to eliminate them off that

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land.

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Now you mentioned the,

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the Carlos Machado from the Machado brothers. Anybody

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who's in the jutsu knows who the Machado,

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legendary Machado family. Now it had me thinking

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about okay. Machado's,

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you got Joe Rogan. He's also,

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connected. His his lineage is there, right, with,

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John Jox? That's,

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he's his student. John,

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Joe Rogan and John Jox student.

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Did Joe Rogan have any impact on you?

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Because he's also started to,

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he had a I recently had Dave Smith

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on. He's also Jewish. He's talking about this,

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the common narrative,

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and what we're fed is totally lies. It's

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not true. And he says he's I'm quoting.

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He says, look. I I'm Jewish.

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Right? And I would wish the Israelis I

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wish. Right? It'd be make my life much

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more easier. Did Joe Rogan have an impact

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at all,

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on you? I wanna know what was what

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she was fired for. Because was it criticism

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of Israel? Was it I mean, did she

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show that Edward Snowden video that he put

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up on Twitter that shows them drone bombing

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those kids that are those men, I should

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say, unarmed people that were walking towards the

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rubble that clearly weren't causing any danger to

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anybody? Yeah. Right. Just bomb them? Yeah. No.

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It's your duty. It's just like for Biden

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or whoever you like is supposed to cover

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up for them because But the whole thing

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is like they're always saying they're only targeting

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Hamas and everybody else is a casualty. Well,

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if those guys are just unarmed civilians and

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they're walking alone, that's what they appear to

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be. Dresden. And you just blast them from

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the sky with robots.

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This is the tragedy of war. Yeah. This

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is insane. And no one knows what to

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think now because if you can't talk about

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that, if you can't say that's real, then

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you're saying that genocide is okay as long

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as we're doing it. And that That is

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what we're saying. And if you're saying that

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from a perspective of someone who literally went

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through the holocaust or your your people, your

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tribe went through the *ing Holocaust and now

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you're willing to do it? I hope the

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irony is not lost on you.

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It's so nuts. It's so hard to imagine

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that someone

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were a culture like, a country was, like,

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officially founded in, what, 47?

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48. 48? Okay. Officially founded.

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So that's so recent.

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And you and you guys are willing to

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do what was done to you that led

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you to believe that you needed to start

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your own country? You're willing to do that

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at least in a small scale in Gaza,

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like, there's nothing left. If you see the

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video And have you met Joe Rogan since

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you guys have the same teacher?

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So,

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I got my black belt from Carlos, and

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we split ways after 13 years.

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I've been ranked under Chris Houdard, who Mhmm.

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Got his black belt from Higgin Machado.

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So I know. I I I know. I

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yeah. He I know Higgin. Yes. Yeah. So,

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Chris Houdard,

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one of the dirty dozen, got his black

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belt from him, and then,

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I've been ranked I've been under him for

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better part of a decade. I gotcha.

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So,

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I'm gonna I'm gonna go ahead and, play

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this next clip. I wanna get this, reaction

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from you in the hopes of, hopefully, his

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humanity can come on. I've read one of,

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his books, and he uses the term, this

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is Jocko,

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warriors, and warriors translating into people of integrity,

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good character, and whatnot.

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And this is really the time now. We're

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seeing a modern day genocide in 4 k.

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There's a slogan never again, but now everyone's

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quiet, silent,

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except for people like yourself. So I wanna

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get your reaction to this. And when you

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look at the situation with Israel and their

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war with Hamas,

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and in particular,

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the the collateral damage of so many civilians,

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particularly children,

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getting killed in in the process

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of trying to eliminate Hamas. What do you

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feel about that? From a from a moral

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perspective as a former seal,

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do you think it's a fair fight, what's

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happening there?

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Do I think it's a fair fight that's

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happening

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in Gaza at this time?

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Yeah. You know, I saw I saw a

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video clip the other day, Pierce,

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of some Israeli soldiers that were moving down

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the street in Gaza.

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And

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as I was watching them move down the

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street,

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I

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remember that that feeling I told you you

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get in your gut of that gut wrenching

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horrible feeling when someone's gonna get wounded or

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killed? Yeah. As I was watching these Israeli

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soldiers move down the street, I I got

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that feeling. What do you think? The question

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was is it a fair fight? How would

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you have answered that, and, what's your reaction?

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No. It's not a fair fight. It's

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I I don't know how it

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I'd love to talk about him. I I

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do respect a lot of what he says.

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I I got to meet him and talk

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to him this last summer.

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I do also. That that that's why I,

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you know, I I'm hoping that,

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he sees this and he can connect with

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someone like you, and

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and he he can have a

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a a shift and,

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and come out and start speaking out.

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And that's the thing.

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And I I understand his perspective, and I

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understand what he's saying,

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But

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the the larger context is is what's missing.

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You have a military

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occupation

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that you cannot deny. I mean, if you

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this is an apartheid state. If you have

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different roads that certain people can can drive

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on and certain people cannot,

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This is part of apartheid. That you were,

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I don't know, ashamed of 90% of the

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job you had to do here. What was

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these 9 90%?

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This.

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I was in the patrol that escorted

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the engineers who sealed up the doors of

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these families here, so they cannot

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go out to the street because the street,

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the road where we are now, is a

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road.

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Palestinians cannot step a foot here. And Palestinian

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families who live on this road,

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their front door is welded shut. And for

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them getting in and out of the house

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is climbing on the roof, taking a ladder

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in a back way into the

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old city. But this is Palestine, Palestinian territory.

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Yeah. This is occupied territories. Yeah. Even the

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most right wing government in Israel's history,

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which is the current government, never annexed Iran.

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Yeah. Under military rule from 1967 to today,

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more than my lifetime.

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Palestinians, they have no say.

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If you have,

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different laws, if you have

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I mean, the people in Gaza, I mean,

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for the last couple of decades, they've had

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bans on

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everything from,

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cilantro to

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potato chips, wedding dresses, fishing poles. I mean,

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all these different things.

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How can you not see that as, like,

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an occupied state?

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You have the continuation of settlers

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that are they're pushing through, you know, trying

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to colonize.

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These are legal settlements that there is no

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argument that they're illegal settlements,

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bottom line.

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And

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these are the things that are that are

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not taken out of context or excuse me,

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that are taken out of context

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when

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they're just trying to give their narrative. Right?

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They're just showing, you know, the Israeli soldiers

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that are walking down, something bad's gonna happen.

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If you reverse roles, right,

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you'd see it not as a bad thing

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about to happen, but a good thing

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happening for the resistance. Right? So

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a lot of it is different, you know,

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having

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to understand the perspective of it.

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And,

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again, my biggest thing is

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no innocent civilians,

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bottom line. That that is

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that is where I draw the line. Absolutely

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not. Do I you know, I don't agree

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with what happened,

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on October 7th

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because it involves innocent civilians.

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I also don't condemn, you know, condone what's

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been going on

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for the 30,000,

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you know, or was it up to now,

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like, 30 6000, you know, 38,000

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that have been killed?

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And it's not just the proportionality, but it's

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the intent of what they're trying to do.

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It it matches up exactly

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the last 75 years what they've been attempting

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to do.

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And that is to literally to exterminate as

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many Palestinians as possible so they can just

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take their land.

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Resources,

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anything that, you know, that that's there, you

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know, for the the canal, the Ben Gurion

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Canal, the,

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the natural reserve

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excuse me, the natural, gas reserves,

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off the coast and on the land.

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If you look at it from that perspective,

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it's very difficult,

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you know, to see

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anything other than an occupier that's oppressing,

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the population.

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How do you think some of the special

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forces, some of the people in your unit,

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Jocko's unit, Jocko himself, his unit, and if

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they had to deal with some people coming

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over here and they were like, you know,

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our country. Alright? And they were like, hey.

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My great great grandfather,

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he said, this used to be ours. God

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gave us this land. How do you think

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that would be,

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the the reception of that would be taken?

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And this is one thing. It's a talking

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point that I that I do bring up

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a lot when I'm having these conversations with

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people that that don't have the same mentality

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as I do. Mhmm. And

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when you

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have

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if you if you just reverse the roles,

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Mexicans crossed over the border, they said this

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is our land, this Texas belongs to us,

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There's an argument to be made there. Right?

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There there is an argument to be made.

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Mhmm. And they use those as their justifying

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rights to, you know, attack Texas, and then

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they separate.

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Right? And they have, you know, Austin and

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or Dallas in one and Houston in another,

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and it constantly gets smaller and smaller. And

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everyone else, you know, they're being killed. There's

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no there's no justice whatsoever. They I got

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evicted from my home. They killed my sister.

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They killed my my uncle.

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They they tortured and detained my, you know,

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my younger brother.

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I mean, all these things have to be,

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you know, contextualized

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to understand what's actually going on, You know?

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And if you just reverse that same situation,

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I have yet to meet someone

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that honestly is responding is is responding in

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an honest manner that would say, no. I

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would fight back.

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Every single one of them is saying, yeah,

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I would fight back. Then why aren't you

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seeing this?

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But but but but Hamas,

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but terror, but it's the same narrative.

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But you literally just agreed that this is

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an occupied state. This is, you know, a

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a clear occupation and apartheid,

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and that you would fight back. So why

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can't you see that? And it's for some

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reason, there is the connection that I have

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the most most trouble, like, you know, for

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them to see. Mhmm. And I understand it's

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difficult because you're getting all these different,

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reports, you know, media, mass media that's funneling,

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you know, all these different these narratives, the

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the same narrative over and over again on

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how, you know, oh, well, if Hamas lays

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down their arms,

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there would be peace. If the Israelis laid

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down their arms, they would get slaughtered.

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We don't have any more slave rebellions here

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in United States

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because we don't have any humans that are

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enslaved.

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So there's no resistance to be made. That's

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the reason we don't have, you know, slave

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rebellions anymore. There aren't any more slave. There

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aren't any slaves, period.

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So

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if you look at that in the same

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context, what would get rid of Hamas? It's

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the resistance, the the ideology, because you can,

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yeah,

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absolutely agree that you can actually get rid

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of Hamas, but something will take over right

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away. It's the ideology of resistance that will

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never be defeated

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military wise. And we've we have this in

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in so many instances in history. Mhmm. And

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this is the biggest thing that I find

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upsetting is that we

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we have to learn from history so it's

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not repeated,

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and it's repeating itself.

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We're seeing it happen,

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you know, and

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we're and I see so many people standing

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by. This is what I feel is wrong.

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This is where I feel, like, you know,

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regardless of, you know, what the ramifications will

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be, I need to do the right thing.

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Mhmm. And the right thing right now is

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defending,

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you know, the Palestinians and what's going on

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right now

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and and bringing my voice to as as

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far reach as possible

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to make that be known.

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I wanna get your reaction to one more

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video,

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and this is really important because all human

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life is precious. I like what you're saying,

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innocent life. This is all human life is

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precious, but it it it just seems like

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the Palestinian life here,

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it doesn't seem like some people are taking

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it as precious. It's like,

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that's that's the really crazy thing. So I

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wanna go,

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and this is somebody, Candace Owens, who recently

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got fired, and she started also speaking out.

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I am uncomfortable

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with the amount of innocent life that is

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lost right now and got

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that. And let's have a look at this.

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And this is one of the things you

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clearly do not understand.

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The same way most don't, who are anti

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Semites, you don't get it. I cry for

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what's going on in Israel.

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I cry just as much for what we

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are forced to do.

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Golda Mayer had a great quote.

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She said that

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one day we may be able to forgive

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them for killing Israeli children. We will never

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be able to forgive them

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for making them making us kill their children.

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So what about my statement of saying that

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I also cry

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for Palestinian children is wrong to you if

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you also admit it is sad when Palestinian

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children die? It's painful, but it is not

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in any way, shape, or form morally equivalent

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to October's It's mind blowing. I don't what's

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your what's your reaction to that?

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I I think, a buddy of mine that

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I was talking to a couple weeks ago

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put it best.

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And

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so he was comparing that to a domestic

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call.

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Yeah. And

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when you put in that context, I I

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couldn't I mean, it's not funny. I get

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it. But the analogy was was

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got me chuckling. The it just using

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the,

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you know

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I'm sorry. This is not funny. It's not

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funny in both situations, but, I mean,

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it it is as ridiculous.

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You know,

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a cop walks in and both in the

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kitchen, the woman's beat up,

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and and the guy's constantly, well, she made

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me do it. I I didn't wanna beat

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her, but she made me do it.

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How can you I mean

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It's the same thing he's saying pretty much.

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Yeah. And I don't that that's the thing

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I don't understand is is there

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oh, it's Hamas that's making no. You're doing

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it. Bottom line, I don't care what you

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say,

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what what your context is, you're doing it.

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That's the bottom line. You're doing it. There

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is no, like, oh, he made me do

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it. No.

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You're doing it.

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If tell if if Hamas built tunnels under

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Tel Aviv,

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and the exact same scenario, they they they

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took hostages

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and they were hiding in tunnels

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in in a

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intricate tunnel system under Tel Aviv.

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Not a person in their right mind would

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say that would bomb Tel Aviv and do

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the same thing to Gaza. They wouldn't flatten

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it. Right? They would do surgical, you know,

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entries.

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The whole thing that the first questions that

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came out after October 7th, you know, they

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kept saying hostages. Women, hostage, hostage, hostage.

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Especially after, like, a couple of months, it

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just started becoming, like, so old and repetitive.

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And

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if they knew where the the hostages were,

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why aren't they getting them? If they don't

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know where they are, I'm telling you, I

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I don't have, you know,

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an entire career in SF.

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I haven't been there for 20, 30 years,

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but I was in a hostage rescue unit.

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Bombing the area where your hostages are at

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probably isn't the best idea.

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I'm just saying. You know? It it

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so if it is the hostages that you're

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concerned about and and another thing is, shooting

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them

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probably isn't the best idea either.

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Mhmm. You're trying to get them alive, back,

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you know, shooting them when they're surrendering

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and waving white flags and speaking to you

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in Hebrew.

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You've seen that also. Yeah. It's very sad.

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I wanna thank you again. Thank you for

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your humanity. Thank you for speaking out. God

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bless you. Thank you. Thanks,

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brothers and sisters. This is your brother Hassan

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Shibley, and I'm so excited, so grateful to

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Allah to be standing right here at the

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Deen Center that is being established in Tampa

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by brother Eddie from the Deen Show. We

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are so excited that he's chosen Tampa to

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be this hub and center for dawah, not

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just locally, alhamdulillah, where we can host seminars,

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programs, dawah activities. There's enough space for a

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school, gymnasium,

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and a studio that can

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reach people globally to share the beauty of

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Islam. We're so excited to have this established

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here locally in Tampa and I wanna encourage

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you all do what you can to help

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complete this project and make it a reality

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and I invite you all to join me

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a sadaqa jariyah for all of us to

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share the beauty of the deen with all

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humanity. Ameen.

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