Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Cristhian Bahena Rivera Guilty in Molly Tibbets Murder, #BLM Cullors Resigns, UFO Navy Radar Swarm

May 30, 2021 Robert Gruler Esq.
Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Cristhian Bahena Rivera Guilty in Molly Tibbets Murder, #BLM Cullors Resigns, UFO Navy Radar Swarm
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Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Cristhian Bahena Rivera Guilty in Molly Tibbets Murder, #BLM Cullors Resigns, UFO Navy Radar Swarm
May 30, 2021
Robert Gruler Esq.

Cristhian Bahena Rivera found guilty in the murder of Molly Tibbets - we review the verdict. #BLM’s Cullors steps down from Black Lives Matter. New information about UFO swarms on Navy ships. And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler in a discussion on the latest legal, criminal and political news, including:​

🔵 An Iowa jury convicted Cristhian Bahena Rivera in a 2018 killing of college student Mollie Tibbets.​
🔵 Tibbets, 24-years old at the time, was stabbed 7 and 12 times in the ribs, neck and skull.​
🔵 Surprisingly, Rivera testified that two masked men were responsible for the crime.​
🔵 The jury deliberated for 7 hours over two days and came back with a guilty verdict for Rivera.​
🔵 #BLM’s Patrisse Cullors steps down from Black Lives Matters Global Network after 6 years.​
🔵 Cullors claims she is not stepping down over criticisms about her recent property purchases and that “right-wing attacks” do not bother her.​
🔵 Meanwhile, Atlanta ‘defund the police’ back has car stolen by kids in broad daylight. ​
🔵 Councilman Antonio Brown was attending a ribbon-cutting ceremony when 4 kids stole his car.​
🔵 National Geographic reports a mysterious radio bursts from space that are unusually close -- and baffling – what are they?​
🔵 ALIENS! Daily Mail confirms that USS was being swarmed by 14 UFOs in the same incident.​
🔵 60-minutes interviews former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves who calls the UFOs/UAPs national security threats.​
🔵 In other news, autonomous killer drones may have “hunted down humans without being told to” in new bombshell UN report.​
🔵 Peeking into the future with Charles Hoskinson, founder of Cardano, who discusses AI, virtual reality and a different world.​
🔵 Your questions from Locals.com after each segment!​

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Show Notes Transcript

Cristhian Bahena Rivera found guilty in the murder of Molly Tibbets - we review the verdict. #BLM’s Cullors steps down from Black Lives Matter. New information about UFO swarms on Navy ships. And more! Join criminal defense lawyer Robert F. Gruler in a discussion on the latest legal, criminal and political news, including:​

🔵 An Iowa jury convicted Cristhian Bahena Rivera in a 2018 killing of college student Mollie Tibbets.​
🔵 Tibbets, 24-years old at the time, was stabbed 7 and 12 times in the ribs, neck and skull.​
🔵 Surprisingly, Rivera testified that two masked men were responsible for the crime.​
🔵 The jury deliberated for 7 hours over two days and came back with a guilty verdict for Rivera.​
🔵 #BLM’s Patrisse Cullors steps down from Black Lives Matters Global Network after 6 years.​
🔵 Cullors claims she is not stepping down over criticisms about her recent property purchases and that “right-wing attacks” do not bother her.​
🔵 Meanwhile, Atlanta ‘defund the police’ back has car stolen by kids in broad daylight. ​
🔵 Councilman Antonio Brown was attending a ribbon-cutting ceremony when 4 kids stole his car.​
🔵 National Geographic reports a mysterious radio bursts from space that are unusually close -- and baffling – what are they?​
🔵 ALIENS! Daily Mail confirms that USS was being swarmed by 14 UFOs in the same incident.​
🔵 60-minutes interviews former Navy Lieutenant Ryan Graves who calls the UFOs/UAPs national security threats.​
🔵 In other news, autonomous killer drones may have “hunted down humans without being told to” in new bombshell UN report.​
🔵 Peeking into the future with Charles Hoskinson, founder of Cardano, who discusses AI, virtual reality and a different world.​
🔵 Your questions from Locals.com after each segment!​

LIVECHAT QUESTIONS: ​

💬 https://watchingthewatchers.locals.com/​

Channel List:​

🕵️‍♀️ Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq. LIVE - https://www.rrlaw.tv​
🎥 Robert Gruler Esq. - https://www.youtube.com/c/RobertGruler​
📈 Robert Gruler Crypto - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUkUI3vAFn87_XP0VlPXSdA​
👮‍♂️ R&R Law Group - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfwmnQLhmSGDC9fZLE50kqQ​

SAVE THE DATE – UPCOMING VIRTUAL EVENTS!​

📌 Saturday, June 12 @ 12-2 pm / Noon ET – Law Enforcement Interaction Training Live Virtual Seminar with Robert (via Zoom)​
📌 Saturday, June 26, 2021 @ 7-8 pm ET – WTW Locals Community Monthly Virtual Meet-up (via Zoom)​

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🟢 Homepage with transcripts (under construction): https://www.watchingthewatchers.tv​

🚨 NEED HELP WITH A CRIMINAL CASE IN ARIZONA? CALL 480-787-0394​

Or visit https://www.rrlawaz.com/schedule to schedule a free case evaluation

Otherwise, don't forget to join us on Locals! https://watchingthewatchers.locals.com​

Why Locals? We head over to Locals to continue the conversation before, during and after the show. You can also grab the slides (and other stuff) from the show as well as a free PDF copy of Robert’s book which is also available to buy on Amazon here: https://rcl.ink/hHB​

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Speaker 1:

Hello, my friends. And welcome back to yet. Another episode of watching the Watchers alive. My name is Robert Mueller. I am a criminal defense attorney here at the RNR law group in the always beautiful and sunny Scottsdale Arizona, where my team and I over the course of many years have represented thousands of good people facing criminal charges. Throughout our time in practice, we have seen a lot of problems with our justice system. I'm talking about misconduct involving the police. We have prosecutors behaving poorly. We have judges not particularly interested in a little thing called justice, and it all starts with the politicians, the people at the top, the ones who write the rules and pass the laws that they expect you and me to follow, but sometimes have a little bit of difficulty doing so themselves. That's why we started this show called watching the Watchers so that together with your help, we can shine that beautiful spotlight of accountability and transparency back down upon our system with a hope of finding justice. And we're grateful that you are here and with us today, we've got a lot of news to get to. We're going to start off by talking about the Mollie Tibbetts case. We didn't spend much time on this case on this channel because this actually happened back in 2018, but this caught the nation's attention. Back then, we're talking about a gentleman named Christian Rivera. He got convicted of murder today for murdering a 24 year old Mollie Tibbetts. She was out on a jog and , uh , that was the end of that. So it was a very grueling case. It was, you know, something where it's , it's tragic that we lose somebody who's 24 years old. And it was an interesting case because , uh , Christian Rivera was somebody who's not a native speaker , uh , you know, questions about his legality in the country and a very kind of a bizarre case because he actually took the stand surprisingly and testified in his own defense, which is not usually common. So I want to show you what's going on with this case. We're not going to spend a ton of time dissecting it, but we are going to cover it because it is a, there's some interesting stuff going on. Then we're going to change gears. We're going to talk about a , uh , a woman we've spoken quite a bit about her name is Patrice colors, and she is , uh, formerly , uh , uh, the founder of BLM, or I guess she still is the founder of BLM, but she is resigning. She's sort of stepping down from running the organization. And she says that this was done. This was planned and had been in place for a long period of time. And other people are sort of scratching their heads saying, well, it kind of feels convenient because it just was revealed back in April that you bought a $3.2 million of houses. People are asking themselves, well, that's weird if you're working for a nonprofit organization that is supposed to generate funds to give money to people like Brianna Taylor's family and George Floyd's family. Well, it sounds, it looks like you're kind of hoarding some of that yourself there, Ms . 3.2 million, you know , multi-property mansions. So a lot of questions about that anyways, so she resigned. And so we're going to just, you know , stew in that for a while . Cause that's just a fun, then we're going to talk about a Councilman named Antonio brown, somebody out of Atlanta who is a very pro defund, the police and surprisingly, he was at a ceremony and his car was stolen by a of four kids, four kids just hopped in his car and stole it. So , uh , I was just curious about who he called it when that happened. So we're going to dive into that story and see if we have any answers. And then lastly, because it's Friday and it's the end of the month. We're talking about aliens. UFO's again. I know, but it has to happen because folks, if there is somebody watching the Watchers, that's a problem and we got to get to the bottom of it and we're going to do so here. And we're going to talk about this interesting, a burst of energy of radio energy. That's coming out of a galaxy close by, and we're going to sort of translate that into what's happening down here because our government is , uh, is doing some interesting things related to UFO's and UAPs unidentified aerial phenomenon. They're calling it. We now know that there is a USS Navy ship called the Omaha. We've talked about the Omaha before here on the channel, talking about this , uh , orb that was floating above the ocean for a long period of time captured on infrared , uh , a vision from the Navy ship. Then it was sort of hovering above the water. Then it just kind of went into the water trans modified between air and water. They went over there to see what's in the water. There's nothing there. Then. Now today we have these radar maps that show that there were something like 14 other unidentified objects, swarming the ship, just flying around the ship at the same time, like aliens or something crazy. I don't know what's going on, but we're going to try to get to the bottom of it. We've got Charles Hoskinson, we're going to talk about him as well. This guy is going to lay out, give us a peek into the future. He's going to talk about AI and really how we're going to be thinking about structuring our society , uh, in , in, in light of , uh, aliens landing or in light of AI taking over or whatever this is okay. If it's China or Russia or whoever has this technology, it is concerning. So we're going to spend some time on that. It's kind of a fun segment. So we'll see what you have to think about that. If you want to be a part of the show, the place to do that [email protected] You can join our community over there and ask questions as we go through the show and you can support us. And we really do appreciate that. There's a copy of the slides that we're about to go through that you can download over there. You can download a free copy of my book. You can connect with other people. We have a monthly meetup that's coming up next month. We have a law enforcement interaction training that's coming up on June 12th. And so there's a lot of good reasons to go over [email protected] And we really do appreciate it when you head over there and support the show. All right , so enough of the introduction let's get into the meat and potatoes of the show today. Mollie Tibbetts was killed in 2018 and today her and her family gets some justice because her killer was convicted of murder. We're talking about the case that happened back in Iowa. I want to show you this story here from NBC news. It says that they suspect led the investigators to the body of Mollie Tibbetts. And so we're going to do a little bit of background here, but I want to just show you, this is her. This is Molly Tibbetts, Tibbetts , beautiful young gal. She was 24 at the time that she was killed. And so we're going to go through the trial here in a little bit. I've got a couple of clips. We've got a reading of the verdict from the judge. We've got a snippet from one of the state's key witnesses. Somebody who actually interviewed the killer. And then we're going to hear from him himself. His name is Christian Rivera, and he actually testified in this case, now many people were, were scratching their heads about this thing . Well, that's weird. Why is he testifying? And so we want to kind of frame this out. Might've been no choice. The only thing that the defense could have done given the nature of the testimony, but you know, an interesting case and something that is finally resolved. Now, the first thing I wanted to mention what it was, of course, this happened in 2018 and the trial just finished. Okay. So three years later, and we know that some other cases, they don't get that much time. Remember Derek Chauvin's case, basically he was charged and convicted in under 12 months. If , if my math adds up or very close to that, and this case was something different, right? This case was three years down the line. We're going to see this with other cases. We still have the, you know, many of the, of the other murder cases are not resolved that quickly. So we're sort of questioning, you know, why, why that's happening? Why does it take three years to prosecute this one, but only about 11 months to prosecute Derek Shovan it feels like a little bit of a mismatch. And the reason I have some issues with that is because Derek Shovan presumably could have used a lot of additional time between him and the original incident. And I mean, rather than having his trial go in one year, you push it out three years. So that a lot of the volatility, a lot of the animosity can die down a little bit. You create some distance between the incident and the trial, but of course the judge didn't do that. They did here , but not in the other one. Wonder why that is anyways. So we are going to take a look at what's going on with the case in a brief opening statement. Klaver said that the sheriff investigators linked Rivera to Tibbets . And so Rivera is this guy here on the thumbnail. You'll notice this is him here. And , uh, Mollie Tibbetts is the victim. So Rivera was connected to Tibbits through a security video , uh , that shows that there was a black Chevy Malibu that was following Mollie Tibbetts as she was jogging. So Mollie Tibbetts, we're not going to watch this portion of the case. We're going to kind of fly through this. There's a lot of facts here, but Mollie Tibbetts comes running out of her house. Apparently Rivera was sort of, you know , watching her, followed her down was, was sort of jogging after her. And then the whole thing went bad from there. The dairy farmer talking about Rivera was admitted, admitted to spotting tidbits on July 18th, 2018 said he found her printer pretty approached her getting into a struggle before taking her body to a cornfield. According to the prosecutor, he allegedly led investigators to the corn field near the Iowa county line where Tippett's decomposed body was found on August 21st. Okay. So quite some time from July to August, just about over a month, Tim it's had been stabbed between seven and 12 times in the chest ribs, neck and skull. According to the prosecution, he remembered Molly being in the trunk is admission of taking Molly's body out of the trunk, putting her on his shoulder, taking her to the field, leaving her there, cutting her with corn stocks. Tibbetts was how sitting at the time at the home of Blake Jack, the older brother of her boyfriend, Dalton Jack, the avid jogger. Speaking about Tibbetts , small town in , uh, grew up in small town in the middle of Iowa, halfway between de Moines and Iowa city. The rural community is close knit residents rarely give a second thought to home security. When Blake Jack first learned that Tibbetts was missing. So that's the person who owned the house. He rushed home, went inside without touching his keys. I just walked in the door. We won't, we don't lock the doors in our small town. Tibbetts failed to show up at her job at a daycare center. Didn't let anyone know she'd be absent, which was out of character. So the day tickets , miss work was a big day. At the case that the daycare center, they took the kids to the county fair and she did not go. So a quick summary of this, right? And Mollie Tibbetts is watching somebody else's house goes out for a jog. Rivera is out there, sees her, follows her it's about June or July. And he approaches her thinks she's pretty. We're going to hear from him. Or I'm not sure if we have the clip here, but I listened to some of his testimony today. And he was saying that, you know, he , he, he, the alligator , we're going to hear it from the, from the, the, the woman who interviewed him first. So let's go there before I botched this any further, we have the woman who first interviewed him and she speaks Spanish. And so he speaks Spanish. He he's , uh , you know, the questions about his legality in the country. And so he's not a native English speaker. So when he gets brought in and he's being charged with a crime, of course, they're going to do an interrogation of him. So they're going to bring in a native speaker to have that conversation so that they can communicate easily. And so she comes in to court and she tells us about what he told her during that interview. And so let's listen to it and see what she has to

Speaker 2:

Say. Well , who was an Iowa city police officer at the time was brought in to interview by Haina Rivera because she's a native Spanish speaker. She testified that after she showed him surveillance footage of his black Malibu, newer runner, he began to confess one of those times. He parked his car behind her run after her or jock , after her came , um , close to her that she noticed him. She turns around, makes the attempt to use his cell phone to call the police. But at this point, Ms. Rivera , um, told me that he got angry. And that, that is when they started fighting it's. Then he told her he blacked out later, remembering Tibbetts body was in his trunk. He remembers that there was blood. Um, he told me that he to Tucker out of the car, put her on top of his shoulder, carry her insight into the cornfield, laying her down, covering her with corn leaves and leaving right away. Romero says as behavior .

Speaker 1:

All right , so we're going to here then. So I wanted to play that just so we had a little bit of a framework about the original story, and then how the story changes. And we're going to have to ask ourselves then why did the defense attorneys put him on the stand? If the story changed so much? So the original story that you heard from that woman who was detailing the interview that she had with Rivera said that he followed her and thought she was pretty and approached her. And she didn't like that. She got scared. She pulled out her cell phone. He didn't like that. He approached her. Doesn't know what happens, blacks out. Next thing he knows. He's sort of throwing her body in a cornfield somewhere on the side of the road that looks like that. And then she's, you know, dead and covering her up with corn husks and making sure that the body is sort of not able to be found. Then a month later something happens and they , they ended up taking, he sort of, you know , uh , there's a , there's a conversation is an investigation that happens. He ends up taking the authorities back over there and the story changes pretty dramatically. Now it's not anything to do with him. Sort of being the primary actor here. There are allegedly two other people that came out and forced him do this kind of an interesting defense theory. Interesting alibis. So today we know that there was a verdict Mollie, Tibbetts death, Christian Haina convicted in murdering the Iowa college student Christian by hanging out Rivera. First degree murder was the charge. There were lesser included charges, but they didn't need that because they got the first, the big one and a 2018 killings is killing. This became a hot button political issue, the panel in Davenport. So the jury deliberated for seven hours over two days before coming back with the verdict against Rivera, the 24 year old Mexican national who led investigators to its body in Brooklyn, Iowa cornfield nearly one month after she went jogging on July 18th, Tibbetts had been stabbed between seven to 12 times. According to the prosecution Rivera was wearing a white shirt headphones to hear the court proceedings. They were translated from English to Spanish, showed no emotion as the single verdict was announced. And when I was going to cover a little bit more of this trial, but they're really hard when everything is translated, it there's , they're like twice as long, super slow. And so it's not that interesting to , to, you know , communicate on YouTube. Now, the article continues. He could have been convicted of second degree and manslaughter, but he got convicted of murder. So they became mute moots district court, judge Yates ordered Rivera into custody, no bail sentencing set for July 15th. Deputies handcuffed him, took him , took him to jail. We saw that happen. The same thing with Shovan to get to this point. It's been a long time coming said the county attorney Bart Klaver, it's like a weight, I think off everyone's shoulders to get the result. We did punctuates that a little bit more defense lawyers, both thanked jurors for their work and accepted the verdict. In this case, we're very pleased. The jury took the time that they did it to look at the evidence and deliberate. It would be impossible to find a jury that hadn't heard about this case, right? Same situation that we had with Shovan. This case happened in 2018, we got a verdict in 2021 Shovan happened in 2020. We got a verdict in 2021 here of the first degree murder conviction, which carries a maximum of life behind bars. Didn't surprise MSNBC legal and his analyst, a former federal prosecutor. She said he led them to the body. He confessed that he blacked out during the critical time he was on video, stalking her, circling her in the car, all those things together made for a strong case. Yeah, no kidding. We're going to take a quick look at the case here in a second, but let's finish with this article early in the trial defense lawyers now had tried to infer that Tibbits boyfriend, Don Downton , Jack was unfaithful and struggled with anger issues, but the boyfriend was working at a construction job more than a hundred miles away. Dalton Jack did not do this. He did not commit this murder. He was raked across the coals at trial. I thought he actually handled himself pretty well said the assistant Iowa attorney, the person that did this was convicted prosecutor added it blaming Jack didn't work because there's no evidence that supported it. Then in a stunning move by the defense on Wednesday, which is, I agree with this Rivera took the witness, stand in his own defense and testified that two masked men were responsible for the crime, but forced him to take part on point . All right, now it's pretty , uh, interesting alibi coming out out of nowhere on trial. You just put your D your defendant up there and just say, all right , well, we're getting hosed here, buddy. Boy . So what do you got to say? Like, we're going to put you up there. You know, typically you don't do that. And I'm guessing that the attorneys didn't do that either. So it may be a situation that, you know, if a defendant wants to testify, you gotta let them there . There's nothing you can do. Now, typically, you know, as I say, here on the channel, like 99.9, nine, 9% of the time, you'd never put them up there because it doesn't serve you. Well, even Shovan, you know, I was like, oh gosh, maybe put them up there because he's a qualified police officer. He's somebody who's probably testified many, many times, you know, he's got some practice at it. Whereas the lay-person defendant does not , uh , you know, Christian Rivera, certainly doesn't right . I never testified before Derek Shovan though. He's a cop. He's probably been in court a lot. And so you sort of weigh that against itself, but even he didn't testify. So the question was, and why would you put Christian Rivera up there? Somebody who , uh , absolutely, you know, has zero experience here and come up with this cockamamie idea that there's two masks people that just kind of made you do the whole thing at trial. So what , what are the defense attorneys thinking about this? Well, Chad and Jennifer free said their client told them about the mass man when they first met him nearly three years ago. Okay. Uh , so quote, they say he had never varied from that version of the vent of the events , not one detail. Chad freeze said, following the verdict on Friday quote . So we had to get something up there. Oh, there it is. We thought the jury needed to hear directly from. Yeah. So, you know, at this stage, if , if I'm , uh, you know, being nice about it, right. I he's stuck in between a rock and a hard place. Like at this point in time, what do you do? You know, the evidence probably came out and he was sitting there going, we are working . This is not going well. So they're going to have to have a conversation with their client about it. He decides he's going to take the stand to explain his version of the events, because it's the only alibi. So maybe that maybe the defense attorney said, all right, you know, we're going to kind of encourage you to do this. Or maybe they didn't, maybe he just said, I'm going to testify. Maybe they , they deleted . They sort of laid out what the context of the trial looked like to him and said, he said, I'm going to talk. I'm going to talk. I'm going to tell them I have to tell them the truth. So they put them up there and he testifies. And he comes up with this story. And you're going to see as this prosecutor is questioning sort of straining believability here he is.

Speaker 3:

You claim that you went to a corn field where Mollie Tibbetts body was placed with two other men say yes, these men had their faces covered. See ? Yes, they were wearing sweaters. You said, I just , you don't sweat. This was similar to a sweater. So long sleeps say yes and long pants. Yes. And , uh , what was covering their face. Exactly. They put a quarter of that type of hat, like a stocking cap, cold , something like that. So whenever you get to the corn field, you're in your vehicle, say, yes, there's no other vehicle there. Nope . Not that I saw. Whenever you left the corn field , you left alone say yes. The other two men that were there, did they just walk back? They ran towards the road. So they ran towards the road and just disappeared there . I don't , I didn't see them again. I don't know where they went. So you drove these two men out to the cornfield , correct? How's that I'd understand. You drove the two men in your

Speaker 1:

Malibu . All right . So he goes on and he's saying , hold on in it. So they come there, they tell you under gunpoint that you're going to go kill this girl, loader in the back of your car, you black out , they tell you to under gun point, you're going to drive the body to this cornfield . So you do that under gunpoint. And there there's a, there's a whole kind of , uh , prior questioning from the defense attorney during the direct examination where he sort of explaining this. Yeah, no, she says, well, what did the guy in the back say? You know, the guy in the back of the car with the gun? Um , not the, no , they were just the guy up front who was driving, told me to go over here. And so he walks us through the whole story, but then apparently as soon as the body's out, then he gets back in his car. And the two men who were forcing him to drive and do all of this stuff, they just walk home, I guess, or call an Uber or something. You know, I don't know what, what happened here. And so the prosecutor's going, what? So like they didn't ask for a ride home. I mean, they put you under gunpoint and then they just said, oh, we're done. So you just murdered her, just nice job covering up the body , uh, uh, have a nice night. And we're just going to walk home. We're going to go down to that, that gas station down there and maybe that diner and have a burger, you know? So anyways , uh , bizarre that this even happened, Jennifer frees , the attorney said that the tail of the mask attackers was not made up at a later desperate. She said, if we were going to make something up, we would've come up with something better than that. Still ASCII said the defendant's testimony did more harm than good. Oh my gosh, it was pathetic. She said, so you can't have a double defense like that. All that did was make the jury more, want to convict. He'd been better off remaining silent than all that goofiness. Yeah, it doesn't right. It doesn't make any sense. The case against Rivera and undocumented labor or drew national attention when then president Donald Trump and other Republicans said the tragedy was made possible by lax immigration laws. Tippett's family pushed back against that narrative pleaded with politicians not to invoke the name in an anti-immigration agenda. I agree with that. Totally. I don't like it when they politicized deaths like tidbits or sickness, sadly others have ignored our requests. They have instead chosen to callously, distort and corrupted death set her father, Rob Tibbetts , w w do not appropriate her soul in advancing bullet views. She believed were profoundly racist. All right . So they're now they're jumping into the fray that it's racist to , uh , have a question with that . So everything gets politicized. No matter what you do here is the verdict that is being read of Christian Rivera from the judge, from the court

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Today in the presence of the jury, Mr. Bohemia is present along with the attorneys of record juror number two. Uh, do I understand correctly , uh , you were selected as the foreperson in the case and , uh , Mr. Foreperson has the jury reached a verdict and is the verdict unanimous and has the foreperson, have you , uh , signed the verdict form and marked it , uh , in accordance with the verdict with that record then sir, I would ask that you hand the verdict , uh, to the court attendant, please, at this time, Mr. [inaudible] , I'm going to ask that you rise along with your attorneys please. And I would ask that the court attendant read the jury's verdict.

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We, the jury find the defendant, Christian baking Revera , guilty of the crime of murder in the first degree.

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Thank you, Carrie . You may be seated please. Juror number one for the record. Is this your true and accurate verdict? Yes. Juror number two. Is this your true and accurate version ?

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All right, so they go through yep . It was so he's convicted and let's go to the questions. Shall we watching the watchers.locals.com? We've got our first one in the house coming in from, oh , Osaka . What's up. Oh, socks . So question for you, Rob, how would you run a defense if this was your case? Well, I certainly wouldn't put them on the stand to testify about two mass people that just got a ride and then ran off down the street. And I think that more, more seriously that probably a mental incapacity type of, of, of defense. Right. I don't know what, what specifically the crux of their was. Uh , but he said that he blacked out, you know, we don't know much about him, you know, honestly, there are a lot, yeah . Of sort of , uh , interesting angles that we're seeing overseas really , uh, in, in, in different parts of the, of the world where they're having these , these immigration cases and they're sort of, you know, having to modify how they handle them now, not saying we should do that here in Arizona or in the United States, but they are, there are some issues that they're raising. They're saying that these, these, these immigrants don't understand things the way that they do and that there are due process problems and equal protection problems and , uh, you know, kind of an interesting field of law. I'm not sure how much that applies to the United States because we have different constitutions and different systems. But , uh, but I think I would go with a capacity issue still though. You know, if you have a case like this, right? Some cases your defendant gives the government, everything like literally everything. He sat down and talked to her about everything. He went and showed them the bodies. I mean, you know, it's a really very tough case. His defense attorneys had had a, their work cut out for them because he gave the government, literally everything. And then at the very last minute makes up this bizarre, bizarre story and then takes the stand to testify against it. Right. I'm going to guess the attorneys had nothing to do with that decision, but , uh, they, they still had to deal with it . Didn't they? All right . So let's change gears. Thank you for all those questions. Those all came over from watching the watchers.locals.com. We're going to move on. We're going to talk about BLM. The founder of black lives matter, Patrice colors . Co-founder really, she has stepped down resigned. She's going to be moving on from the foundation. And we've talked a lot about her. You know, for some time I thought that BLM might be a force for good. I thought that maybe we were going to see some real momentum behind justice reform in the United States. And I was really on board with anybody who was on the side of justice. I like that. I don't care who it is. Democrats, liberals, Republicans, libertarians, whatever, if you are somebody who is meaningfully and proactively and with some respect and, you know, I would say professionally, moving the ball forward on any justice reform issues. I'm okay. Having a conversation with you about it. Unfortunately, oftentimes in this space, we have a lot of Grifters. We have a lot of people who say that they're for justice and then their words don't really match their actions. And so now that Patrice colors is stepping down from the foundation. I'm not losing any sleep over it. I'm okay with it because this woman was a massive grifter and she was undermining the justice reform movement from the top from BLM. I have no love for people who do that. And so she is stepping down and I say, good writtens , because we'll see if we can get some other meaningful people on board. He or she is stepping down from the movement. She's a co-founder . She announced Thursday, yesterday that she is stepping down as the executive director of the movement's foundation. She decried what she called a smear campaign from a far right group. But she said that neither, she neither that nor recent criticism from her BLM , uh , organizers, black organizers influenced her departure. All right . So then why is it happening right now? She's been at the helm of BLM global network for six years, leaving to on other projects, including , uh , her second book multi-year TV development deal with Warner bros. Her last day is Friday. Today. She said, I've created an infant infrastructure and support necessary bones of the foundation so that I can leave. It feels like the time is right. Her departure follows a massive surge in support and political influence in the U S around the world. She was a stat . This was established nearly eight years ago in response to injustice against black Americans, which I'm all for. Right? I don't like injustice. I'm all against, I'm all for fighting against injustice, but they kind of have shifted away from that. As we've talked about a lot on this channel, we've talked about this, right? This is not me. Just sort of ranting off this one story. We've gone through the BLM list of demands on their website. You can go look it up yourself has nothing really to do with justice. One of seven of their demands has anything to do with justice. The rest of it is just anti-Republican anti-Trump garbage. That has nothing to do with criminal reform. So, you know , bizarre thing that she's the head of a justice reform movement that doesn't do any justice reform. The 37 year old activists said her resignation has been in the works for more than a year, nothing to do with the personal attacks she has faced from far right groups or any dissension within the movement. So if this were, you know, if this were something that were in my opinion, really about justice, it wouldn't have devolved into this left versus right thing. Unfortunately, this absolutely has, and BLM has oriented itself to be in total alignment with the Democrats. And we can see that from their own organization, go on there. It says they want to remove Trump off of the internet. They want him banned from all social media platforms. They all also want to make sure that every single person who, you know , helped the insurrection back on January six , never is allowed to run for office. Again. They also want to make sure that Trump cannot be allowed to run for president again. And so it's a , it's a list of demands that the Democrats might have put out. So why are we pretending like this has anything to do with justice anymore? And you can see this here. She says, quote, those were right wing attacks that tried to discredit my character. I don't operate off of, off of what the right thinks about me. Well, you sort of quit because of that. It feels like that to me, anyways, at, as she departs the foundation is bringing a board to new interim senior executives to help steal steer the future. The Monifa battling longtime BLM. We've got a Malcolm X grassroots movements, McKenna theba . We have an early backer of the BLM movement, chief strategists , somebody from higher ground change strategies. All right , caller said, I think both of them can come not only with a wealth of movement experience, but also a wealth of executive experience. BLM revealed to the AP that in February, they took in $90 million last year, following the May, 2000 and 90 million this year, following the death of George Floyd, black man, whose last breasts raised attention globally foundation ended 2020 with more than 60 million. They spent nearly a quarter of its assets on operating expenses. So of that a balance of more than 60 million. So you think a quarter of 15 million bucks on operating expenses, then grants to black led organizations and other charitable giving. Okay. So operating plus organizations plus charitable giving. Okay. So where's that, what's the other 60 million doin , sitting in their bank account. All right. So here she is. Now, you know, here she is, she's going to start talking about Marxism and civil rights and sort of opining at what a disaster it is that Marxism is not around anymore. So here, here she is. This is a BLM person talking about Marxism. You know, I , I don't know,

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There's been , uh , the state has organized itself to dismantle movements in this country. There was a robust communist party. There was a robust civil rights and human rights movement, the Panther party. Um , and we have been systematically destroyed and decimated. And so we are literally left with the civil rights establishment, which is not a movement, which is often co-opted by police and elected officials. And many of us are trying to rebuild a human rights movement that is centered around fighting anti-black racism and centered around , um , organizing and building with poor people , uh , all poor people. So

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All four people, you're not one of them because your foundation just raised $90 million 60 of that, which is still sitting in a bank account, apparently. So of course, people are critical of the spending because she's making a lot of money. And she's talking about, you know , Marxism, and she's talking about a squashing of the movements and she's got the biggest movement in the country right now. That's a political movement, right? It's it's BLM. Is there anything that's bigger than that? She raised a hundred million dollars. What's so impressive about this. I don't, I don't know . She sounds pretty like pretty, pretty hard up though. You know, things are pretty tough for her. Now critics of the foundation contend that more of the money should have gone to families of black victims. No kidding. Who have been unable to access the resources needed to deal with their trauma and loss. This that is the most tragic aspect said Reverend Sherry Dickerson, president of Oklahoma city, BLM chapter, and a representative of BLM 10 and national group of organizers that has publicly criticized the foundation over funding. And transparency says, quote, I know some of the families are feeling exploited, their pain exploited, and that's not something I ever want to be affiliated with, said Dickerson good for her colors in the foundation said that they do support families without making public announcements or disclosing dollar amounts. Why not? Why not? Why? Where , where are those? Where are those money? I didn't didn't Briana . Taylor's mom come out and say, they've gotten nothing from BLM. Why would that be? Could it be because they are Grifters pocketing all of the money? Well, here is what the inside of her homes look like. We have Patrice Khan , Kohler's million dollar real estate buying binge. This article came out this year, April 10th, 2021, which many people are saying was what prompted color's to , to bail in the first protests broke out a country across the country. In the name of BLM, the co-founder of BLM went on us real estate buying binge. She snagged for high-end homes for 3.2 million in the U S alone, according to property records. So four houses, 3.2 million. She also had property in The Bahamas and ultra exclusive resort where Justin Timberlake and tiger woods both have homes. The post has learned luxury apartments and townhouses the beach front of Albany resort outside our price, 5 million and 20 million a piece the self-described Marxist last month purchase a $1.4 million home on a secluded road to a short drive from Malibu, according to a report 2300 square foot property, soaring ceilings skylights, plenty of windows with canyon views. Oh, it sounds very lovely. The till PACA Canda Topanga canyon homestead, which includes two houses on a quarter acre is just one of three homes that she owns in the Los Angeles area. According to public records, some fellow activists were taken aback by the real estate revelations. No kidding. You're kidding. She's out there fighting for the poor and those police they're squashing your movements, and we're going to be out there just out representing the under served. Here's her house in Georgia. Here's one of them. So , uh , this, this looks, you know, very meek and modest. Here's her home outdoors in Georgia. I've got an indoor pool over there and you know, all right, well, listen, I am not somebody who dislikes capitalism or nice things. I encourage people to go out, do good in society. I think you can do well while doing good. There's nothing wrong with that. But this woman sort of speaks out against the entire system, white supremacy, systemic racism. We've got police quashing. You know, her, her, her ideological movements we've got communism is something that she espouses. She's very happy about it. We've got a whole list of demands that she wants to use to silence her political enemies. And now she's living in three , three houses, 3.2 million bucks all over the place. I think ricotta media , uh , Nick ricotta over on YouTube. Hey , we had an interview a while back. He posted on Twitter. I think he some summarize this up the best of anybody he said here on Twitter. It says it sucks that no matter how hard I try, I'll never grift. As hard as this heap of garbage here is co-founder Patrice colors resigning as the executive director pocketed a lot of money in 2020, the BLM organization spun off its network and its chapters sister collective called the BLM grassroots. So they could put out, you know , themselves as a philanthropy or a philanthropic organization in April, the foundation started colors said that she had received a total of 120,000 prior to 2019. Now as a registered five oh one C3 non-profit they said they cannot use that money to divvy out for personal property. She says any insinuation or assertion to the contrary is categorically false. 2018. She released when they call you a terrorist, a BLM men war became a new in a New York times bestselling movement. She and BLM come a long way since they started against George Zimmerman. They founded a decentralized movement. She's the most publicly visible of the co-founders. They say we needed her George Floyd quote there. That is on October 5th. They're going to release her latest book called an abolitionist handbook. Wonder if she's going to redistribute those profits from each according to their means to each according to their needs. I wonder if she'll do that, which she says is her guide for activists on how to care for each other and resolve internal conflict while fighting to end systemic racism. She's also developing and producing an original cable and streaming TV content that centers on black stories and our multi deal with Warner bros. She says, I think I'll probably be less visible. No kidding. Cause I won't be at the helm of one of the largest, most controversial organizations. I'm aware of that. I'm a leader. I don't shy away from that, but no movement is one leader. So by good riddance, enjoy your nice property. It's a shame that people donate to this organization thinking that they're going to do something meaningful. They don't do anything meaningful really. I mean they they're producing some content, I guess. So if you want to think of it like an entertainment show, I guess that's one thing you could do. But uh , we saw their list of demands. We saw we've seen what they're doing in Congress. Nobody's responding to anything that they're doing. And so, all right, thanks. Thanks for playing. Enjoy your 3.2 million new properties and your book deals and your movie deals. But thanks for not doing anything to contribute to society. In fact, thanks for stealing $90 million. They could have gone to other more meaningful property, more, more meaningful reform movements or efforts. Now it's just in your house. That's great. All right, now we have another defunded police person over here that has his car stolen. This story came over from Fox news. The defund, the police backer has his car stolen by kids. And he's actually in Atlanta city, Councilman. He wants to be the next mayor of Atlanta. And he was out there at a ribbon cutting ceremony. And in an event in Atlanta, when around noon, at least four kids jumped into his car and took off. He said, you don't think immediately that, oh, these kids are going to steal my car. The incident occurred and made a recent crime wave in the city. Last year, he voted in support of the ordinance to withhold 73 million from the budget of the Atlanta police department. The ordinance was narrowly voted down. So Antonio brown, he's at a ribbon cutting ceremony. Some kids jump in this car. They REL they ride off with it. He wanted to defund the police. He says that I brown on Thursday denied saying that he never supported quote , defunding the police, but added that I support re-imagining public safety, as I've always stated in every public and private conversation on this issue. So a kind of, a little bit of a discrepancy there. Isn't it defund the police backer . He says, no, I don't support defunding the police, but I , I will vote to withhold 73 million. So how do you balance that? And how do you say, can you split hairs like that? Can you say I don't, I don't support defunding the police. No , I, I, I love the police. Actually. I think that they should be , uh, you know, they should have all of the resources that they need, but they're not gonna vote for their budget. Can't have it both ways. My friend brown said that the thieves jumped in his vehicle on Wednesday after he got out to speak with community leader, Ben Norman noted that his white Mercedes-Benz coop has keyless pushed to start ignition failed to realize it had been started. Councilmen described the kids as being between between ages six and 12 for kids between six and 12 stole this guy's car at a ribbon cutting ceremony does a 12 year old even know how to drive a car. What the Councilman said, one kid was in the driver's seat. Ben attempted to open the door to get him out of the car. This is the counselor , man. He fought with Ben. I then engaged him to try to get him out of the car. The three other kids were trying to figure out how to get in the car or stay out of the car. He started to hit on the gas brown, added that he had held onto the car and then attempt to stop them and was dragged about a block down the road before letting them go. I remember we saw this happen previously. I think it was two 14 year old girls and they ended up killing that man. He was an Uber driver. I forget what city that was out of same type of story though. He was delivering a meal. Yeah . And they just hopped in his car. He , he, I think he actually did try to hang on. They spun out car flipped over. He gets thrown out of it. He's dead on the side of the road. One of the girls goes , um, my cell phone is still in the car. Can we get that? Prosecutors charged the girls, but they're going to handle them as minors . I don't think it's going to be any worse than that. So, oh , what a terrible thing what's happening with the youth out there? Is this a thing? Are they just taking cars as he started to speed up? I knew that if I had not let go, I probably would have killed myself because he was going so fast. I would have started to tumble and I would have him hurt him. Brown doesn't plan on filing charges against the kid. He says, they just acted out of desperation. He said, this is a generational poverty issue. Folks. These kids, you know, 1230 in the afternoon. Why aren't they in school? Why aren't we enforcing systems to ensure that if they are not in school, they're in recreational stuff . He said, well, I don't know who's going to enforce. I mean, I guess, does he want police or does he want like, like enforcing systems? Does he mean like some laws to enforce things like, like maybe like law enforcement, I guess might be something that might work. I don't know . Atlanta police are investigating. Brown is under federal indictment on federal fraud charges relating to incidents that occurred in the years prior to him winning the council seat, according to the Atlanta journal constitution. So , uh , this is a generational poverty issue. Folks, kids stealing cars, six to 12, actually, you know what, there's this, there's this. I don't know if you know this, but there's this new movement right now where 12 year olds it's you ever see that movie fast and furious or gone in 60 seconds? Yeah, that's what's happening right now. So we've got 12 year olds boosting cars and they've got some pretty important people. They got to pay off pretty quickly. Otherwise this stuff could get bad. And if we just fixed generational poverty, maybe those 12 year olds wouldn't have to boost cars and stealing to drug dealers and make their living that way. You know, they should be in school learning about math equations. All right . Hack consulting is first up from watching the watchers.locals.com says I presented Maoism as a religion to my class this week, lumped all the socialism Marxism under the title too , with the caveat that now ism has turned into a religion still doing clubhouse. Uh, I I'm not actually hacked. So Maoism along with socialism Marx , it's it fits. You've got them lumped together. That all fits pretty well. I was a political science major. I've read a lot of that stuff and it is fascinating how backwards it is if you actually read it. Uh , I'm not really spending much time on clubhouse anymore. That was sort of a fad I'll admit I was really enjoying it. And it was weird. Clubhouse was something that sort of evolved. I think strangely there was a moment when everybody was first on clubhouse, when everybody was really open to listening, everybody was really, you know , conversational, they'd say, Hey, I've got my opinion. And you'd say, wow, that's a great opinion. I'm open to listening to that. Thank you for sharing that. And you receive that and that other person would stop talking so that you could say something and then they could receive that. And you would have legitimate conversations. Now, everybody just wants to talk. Nobody wants to listen to anything. Everybody just wants to run their mouth . And it's really weird to kind of go into a room and have people stepping all over each other. And so I think the culture has kind of gotten sick of waiting and listening, which is really what was the most interesting thing about the whole, the whole , uh, format. And I've gone into rooms. I still go into some of the woke rooms. They're hilarious. If you want to go into a room and see what's really going on with , with this woke culture stuff that we talk about, you can absolutely see that in spaces on Twitter and on clubhouse, you can go into some of these rooms, got to find them a little bit. If you don't follow the, you know, those people, you won't come across them. But if you go into one of these rooms where they're talking about, you know , I don't know something, pick something and it's political in nature, but you're going to hear it . All these people with all these weird, weird rules about Congress , you know , con conversations about holding the space and about stepping up and exercising a point of privilege on behalf of somebody else that what are they talking about in here? This is weird. I'm leaving. Nothing's going to get done. We have shared quit . And he says, BLM was we're about justice from the get go . They are a Marxist organization with a purely political agenda. Really hilarious that this just goes and buys a multi-million dollar pad. Yeah, it looks, it sounds like several of them. 3.2 million spread across three houses living good. Hey, that Marxism is good. As long as it's not for you. It's good for everybody else. Right? You want it ? Everybody else should give up their stuff for you. If you're a good Marxist, that's really how it works out. The people on the top, they live well while everybody else lives poorly. Hack consulting says this poor person, crap does not agree with Marxism. So get out of here with that crap. That's I agree with you. Yeah. Get out of here. It's nonsense. What are you talking about? We have, McCobb says BLM is a domestic terrorist organization. That's all. Well, look, you know that label. I don't agree with that. You know, I don't, I don't, I don't say that right now. I'm not , I'm not alleging that here on this channel, but you know, if , if we're going to be calling everything domestic violent extremism, and we're going to lump in all of the, you know , insurrectionists. Well, I think the label, if we're going to apply the standards equally across the board, I think it also applies to BLM domestic terrorist organization or domestic violent extremist . The DVS that we keep hearing a lot about from the Biden administration. I think that's a better label for them because they're going to be look presuming that labeling everybody that I think it's a bogus label. I think the whole thing's asinine. We already have law enforcement. We don't need to call. We don't need to create a new category of domestic violent extremists. We already have criminal laws here. A lot of them all over the place, along with the FBI ATF, the list goes on. All right , we have summer sun is in the house. Some person I haven't seen that name before. What's up. Some person says, I note she didn't buy any inner city properties. Yeah. Isn't that interesting, right? Malibu places in California. LA, why didn't, you know, that's weird. I wonder why that is. We have LT 13 in the house says luckily DC had their amazing mayor to make announcement. That carjackings are way up and to just let them take your car. I don't know what else you're supposed to do. If there's no police. If you, if you have no police that to respond to these things, here you go. Kids have fun. Good luck. Enjoy yourselves. Don't uh, don't break the speed limit. Now drive safely. Put your seatbelts on young boys and girls. Uh, there's good is going to swing the other way. Folks. People are gonna get tired of these stories. Rightfully so. All right . All those questions came over from watching the watchers.locals.com. And we've got one more segment. This is a little bit, a little bit different. You're going to see how this is still watching the Watchers though. We're talking about UFOs and aliens. Oh no. We're getting into this again. It's going to get a little bit weird later. Okay. I'm just warning you. All right. There's a mysterious radio burst that the United States and the world has picked up and it's emanating from outer space. And it's actually not that outer. It's a little bit closer than we like to close for comfort. Really. And a lot of people are asking questions about this. So we're going to talk about this mysterious radio burst from out there in the stars. But then we're going to talk about some, something a little bit closer to home. We're talking about the USS Omaha. We spoken about this ship. Uh , the Navy had some infrared radar that was being beamed out over the ocean. And we saw this little orb that was floating around the water. And then suddenly the orb just went into the water and it disappeared. The Navy went over to investigate. Couldn't find anything. So how does that work? How do you have a physical object that can sort of move in between different, medium from the air to the water and just be moving? Like there's no barrier there. It just transmutes between one medium to another kind of bizarre, strange activity. So we know that that was going on. And now we know that that same ship, we have some radar printouts . We can see that there were 14 other ships flying around or drones or UAPs or UFO's or whatever you want to call them, hovering around the USS Omaha. What is going on? Then we have another story that the UN is confirming that there were drones that were capable of killing human beings loaded with, with explosives that we're programmed to kill human beings with artificial intelligence and they just started operating on their own. Okay. This is a real story. We're going to talk about that. Then we're going to talk about the continual evolution of these technologies about AI, about drones, about computers, and about sort of peeking into the future. What the next 10 and 25 years looks like. I've got a couple of clips from a very interesting fellow by the name of Charles Hoskinson. And he is the founder of an organization called car Dano. And they're working on different computer protocols to solve some of these issues. And so he is a very intellectual person, somebody who I , uh, is a little bit out there. And so we're going to check in with him as he lays out this roadmap for what the next 10 to 25 years looks like bizarre . And he does it in the context of making sure that we stay mindful, that we stay grounded, that we stay in touch with our humanity and that we don't let these, these technologies, these aliens, these political issues, these protests, or whatever's going on in our lives get the better of us. And so there's a good message. I think here at the end of all of this. And so I appreciate you joining me in the journey. Let's start with the radio waves. So the mysterious burst from space is unusually close and it's especially baffling. Now this is coming from the national geographic an organization. We don't talk about much here, but we're going to go through this a little bit quickly. They say that bright fleeting blasts of radio waves coming from the vicinity of nearby galaxies are deepening. One of astronomy's biggest mysteries. The repeating bursts of energy seemed to be coming from an ancient group of stars called a globular cluster, which is among the last place astronomers expected to find them what often originating billions of light years away. The extremely bright, extremely brief burst of radio waves known as F R BS are or fast radio bursts they've defined explanations since they were first spotted in 2007, based on observations to date scientists thought that the bursts were powered by young short-lived cosmic objects called magnetometers . Right? And these, I think this is an image of an artist conception of one of the galaxies here. So this is M 81, the brightest galaxy in the night sky located at 11.6 million light years from earth. And within this galaxy, we've got a lot of stuff going on and we've got Ursa major, which I, which has a magnet Ursa major. Isn't that the big dipper. I think that is the big dipper we have. Uh , we can see a lot of different things in there. It's best observed during April. We've got a lot of hot young stars. Ooh, look at that ultraviolet light from hot young stars. Ooh, that sounds good. A number of dust lanes, we've got a black hole with 70 million solar masses gets a big galaxy. So we've got all that. Now within these galaxies, we have these magnetometers , which are these super dense, you know , super concentrated , uh , balls of , of mass that are spinning really rapidly. And they create this really strong magnetic sphere or this magnetic field that we can pick up all, all these millions of light years away or tens of light years or tens of millions of light years away. Now we're taking a look at this fast radio burst that has been been traced back to the cluster, nearing the galaxy that we just looked at. And they're saying that it's among the cluster of aging stars. It's like finding a smartphone embedded and embedded in Stonehenge. The observation doesn't make sense. Okay. So it's just, it's one of these things just doesn't belong here. Why is there a burst of radio waves from an FSR FSB coming out of this area? Scientists are struggling to explain the cosmic anachronism. They're moving forward to the conclusion that maybe as with many other celestial phenomenon, there are multiple ways to cook up an FRB. FRB is, might be able to , uh, you know, come from a whole range of sources. We really don't know what they are. They dubbed it. Uh , this one 2020 zero one 20 E . They knew a fewer than 30 fast radio bursts in 2017, like at least two dozen known bursts. This one is a repeater. It's a space engine that produces multiple detectable blasts of radio waves rather than exploding once in vanishing, right? It's it's sending a signal. Hello? Hello. We're out here. Hello. Come take a look. It bursts are not as bright as those coming from others that are billions of light years away, but they've allowed scientists to identify the location from there. The team could identify a source or attempt to identify the source. Now they're saying they're looking through the Milky way that this is confirming. It is 40 times closer than any other known extra galactic FRB. The interpretation of that is where things get very, very interesting. It's very hard to fit it into existing models. It's too close. There's some of the most ancient objects in the observable universe. These globular clusters they're billions of years old, at least as old as galaxies. They orbited perhaps perhaps much older and still until now scientists strongly suspected that F RBS were produced by some of the youngest compact objects yet observed magnet stars . They're extremely magnetic flaring, stellar corpses produce when young massive stars explode and die once form these ultra magnetic corpse lingers for tens of thousands of years before the magnetic field decays turning it into a neutron star. As far as astronomers know, though, these sparkling densely packed clusters don't contain these kinds of stars that turn into magnet . Tars , this type of star formation is happening all around the universe. It's like, wow, what is happening here? Says somebody from Northwestern university, we have this article goes on. You get the gist of it. Here's some plausible explanations. They don't know whether they contain magnetometers or other types of stellar corpses. White doors may be the cause. They can also make maybe magnet stars . Cause when two different neutron stars collide, no one though has seen a magnetometer form. In these ways the Northern university person thinks that maybe there are other ways that we could get these. She says, globular clusters are different. Some are denser , some are less dense , whatever. So they're talking about this, like it's nature. Okay. We're talking about magnetometers and neutron stars and all of that. We have a little bit of background here. It's aliens. We all know that, right? We've been talking about this for some time here. They're here. Folks over from the daily mail here is their headline. Holy S they're going fast. Radar shows the USS Omaha being swarmed by 14 UFO's in the same incident that the spherical aircraft was filmed disappearing into the Pacific ocean. Oh my gosh. Holy SS . Right? Get yourselves ready for this. My friends, this was updated May 28th, which is today. You may recall this incident. This was the 2018 incident. We're going to play this. And this is from the Navy. This is from the USS Omaha. And this is that more of that they're talking about . Yeah . You can hear somebody at one point, say something Omaha. And this you're going to watch this thing. It's just floating right there above it .

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Omaha, 50 kid Rockdale pass the ability to launch. He loved ASAP. [inaudible] gets with a lot of whitewater out there since six months . Wells . Well , it's good .

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Pardon me now? It's going down towards the water watch.

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Yeah, we have a $31 stave , topside ,

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Splashed, mark bearing and range.

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What the heck was that thing? Well, that was on the same ship that these 14 other objects were flying around. According to the website, mystery wire, the radar scene in the video clip showed as many as 14 objects as they circled the warships sailors aboard the Omaha, observed the objects, measured their speed using two different radar systems, two different radar systems. One of the objects flew as fast as 138 knots, more than 158 miles an hour, I guess. Is that a bird? A bird? I think, you know , diving down. Can they go that fast? I don't know. Holy S they're going fast said one of the sailors is heard on the video saying then ads , oh, it's turning around. Horrible said he obtained the video from anonymous sources. The military does not know where these flying objects came from or disappeared to . According to the daily mail here is from a mystery wire. They say, this is the post radar confirms UFO swarms around the ship. Pentagon has reluctantly can do that. One more time .

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They gone has reluctantly confirmed the legitimacy of UFO images captured by Navy ships and air crews, including these photos taken off the coast of Virginia and the better known videos, the so-called TAC incident and the gimbal. But other than the images themselves, there's been no release of sensor data to buttress these cases. There is. Now,

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If you can write at general lat-long wherever we're at any in that the number of contacts you got with the course of the speed meters ,

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Over a period of hours, crew members on the USS Omaha, which is located in the center of this radar screen monitored the approach of the unknown objects. As many as 14, at one point all around the ship, two different radar systems, watch the objects and estimated

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Track seven, eight one just to get up to 46 knots, 50 knots ,

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Perfectly zero, zero, zero relative, right? Yeah. Well obtain the images from sources. He declines to identify the Pentagon's UAP taskforce considers the Omaha spheres to be true unknowns. The ships that were under observation by the unknowns were unable to track where they came from or where they disappeared to the Omaha sphere appears to have vanished into the ocean. What was splashed at that point? It also vanished from all sensors in one video snippet, nine of the objects were seen around the Omaha, but two of them dropped off somehow invisible to two radar systems.

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And it supports the hypothesis that these are not just a balloon dropping into the water. It's not , um, something that is easily explained. These are true on identified in mass number. And we'll talk more about that, but that's what we're showing people where you have radar data that goes with FLIR data, what everybody has been bellyaching for. So here you go.

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If these are foreign made high tech drones, how do they fly with no wings, rotors or detectable exhausts ? Do they possess some sort of cloaking ability? The sensor data combined with the video images raises difficult questions.

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What the heck is going on over here? So that was Jeremy Corbell. He, of course, he's got some sort of sources or unless he's trolling, all of us, he's got all sorts of great sources that are sending this stuff. His w his way, he told mystery wire that Omaha was one of nine American warships that were warned , uh, warmed by UFO's. During that same period, he said, the video of the radar is corroborative, electro optic data. The likes of which the world had never seen before. It says it shows and supports that there were a multitude of unknowns. Radar footage was teen was obtained from an individual who works inside the combat information center, said it was filmed using a very special visual intelligence crews that came in recorded the radar screens. One part, one point the radar showed 14 objects. He said that the release of the radar video was to debunk speculation that the flying saucer was fate , or could be explained as a balloon dropping into the water. And I've heard also that it was birds. That's why I made the bird comment that , that these are just birds flying around that that didn't look like a bird that I had seen before this floating round bird that has antigravity wings or something, because that was interesting. And it just dropped right into the water. And when you watch these things, you need to hear you listen to the people on the other end of the camera and you go, it sounds like a legitimate emotion, which of course can be faked if it's a fake thing. But it sounds like the Navy is also confirming this saying, we know we also, we don't know what those were. The video, as we can see here shows unidentified objects flying into the screen. So we have, you know, the , the Omaha is here and then, you know, I'm not a fighter pilot or somebody who is familiar with radar, but I'm presuming that every one of these is one of these objects flying around. And then we have the vector, the direction that they're going , uh, you know, sort of here. And we can see them all, you know , flying around all around the ship and the Navy doesn't know, or they're not telling us what this is we have here. This was off the coast of San Diego. Two years ago. It's been corroborated by military radar shows a ship being swarmed by the aerial phenomenon . Some of which are traveling at speeds, excess of 160 miles per hour. Several of the UFO's disappeared from radar. At one point, there were as many as 14, so they're just there. And then they're gone, which is concerning the video of the radars corroborates, the video that was filmed. So these, you know, these now corroborate the, or video. Here's one more that shows where this was happening. So a map shows the region where fighter jets encountered the UFO's off the coast of Virginia. So we've got, you know , what's happening out of San Diego and now out of the east coast as well. He says, these are true on identified in mass numbers, where you have radar data that goes with Fleur , the forward-looking infrared data. And the initial video really released earlier this month, the us Navy personnel are seen as having a close encounter. Two unidentified crew members could be heard explaining, wow, it splashed. After the ball made a controlled flight over the ocean, then splashed into the sea. There are true unidentified in mass numbers. When you have radar that goes with that earlier this month, personnel have been seen , having close encounters with UFO's two unidentified crew members are heard explaining why I was blessed. So we got all of that. All right . Here's a different version. And in that video we saw most of this took off. Yeah. So we saw that one. Now we're going to look at Navy grave. So this is a former Navy Lieutenant. Okay . He calls these UAPs. He was on with 60 minutes and he's calling these a threat to national security. So I think this is an important point, right? We can have kind of jokes about these being aliens and whether they came from, you know , a foreign, distant universe is , is , uh , probably unlikely that being said, it still is a legitimate security concern , security concern. Isn't it. If you have these, these a foreign nation state like China or Russia, or somebody's developing these technologies that are not able to be tracked, and we don't know what they are, and they have capabilities that we are not anticipating, that's slightly concerning for American national safety. He and his colleagues spotted the objects. Hundreds of times in protected airspace. We're talking about Ryan Graves from 2015 to 2017. He recorded an encounter off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida. 60 minutes report came out as the UFO is expected. I'm sorry. As the government is respected to release a report in June on these UFO sightings, several of these were leaked back to the New York times in 2017, Marco Rubio was Senator from Florida called the detailed analysis called for detailed analysis. After he looked at these documents and he is the head, the Senate intelligence committee and ask the director of national intelligence for an unclassified report, right? So these are not, these are not just people on the internet pontificating about this. These are formal Senate intelligence committee is asking for answers, respected. Former government officials have conceded that the sightings are credible and that UFO origins remain unknown. John Ratcliffe, who was the DNI, the former director of national intelligence over under the Trump administration told Fox news that there are not just eyewitness accounts. He says there's videos and there's measurements taken after multiple sensors that are picking up these things. And John Ratcliffe, if you don't recall at the office of the director of national intelligence is a very important office. And he's the former director of that office. DNI manages all of the communications. It's kind of an interface of all the intelligence agencies in the country, everything army Navy, the CIA FBI, all of them, the DNI is sort of the it's the hub and spoke model. DNI is the hub. We have John Radcliffe . Who's the former director of that saying, oh yeah, no, it's not just testimony. It's not just, I witnessed this thing . I saw something there's videos, there's measurements. We have multiple sensors that are picking up these things from multiple different directions. He says, when we talk about sightings, we're talking about objects that have been seen by Navy or air force pilots been picked up by satellite imagery and frankly, engage in actions that are difficult to explain movements that are hard to replicate. We don't have the technology for, or traveling at speeds. That exceed sound barriers without a Sonic boom. Oh, what ? All right . Here's for me, former Navy, Lieutenant Ryan Graves, he says he regularly witnessed UFO's and restricted airspace calls him a threat to national security. Here he is on C former Navy

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Pilot, Lieutenant Ryan Graves calls, whatever is out there, a security risk. He told us his F 18 squadron began seeing UAPs hovering over restricted airspace Southeast of Virginia Beach in 2014, when they updated their jets radar, making it possible to zero in with infrared targeting cameras. So you're seeing both with the radar and with the infrared, and that tells you that there is something out there pretty hard to spoof that these photographs were taken in 2019 in the same area, the Pentagon confirms these are images of objects. It can't identify. Lieutenant graves told us pilots training off the Atlantic coast, see things like that all the time, every day,

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Every day for at least a couple of years, every day for a couple of years,

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I don't see an exhaust for ,

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Including this one off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida in 2015, captured on a targeting camera by members of grave squadron. It's rotating going against the wind, the winds , the Hudson ,

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What is happening. All right. So are these drones, are these some sort of special technology? You know, there's a lot of people talking about drones and a lot of people have talked about drones in a very scary way. And I want to frame this out for you right now. It's not a fun thought, but there are people who were saying Scott Adams wrote about this in one of his books sometime ago. And biology screen of Austin is talking about this. And we're sort of seeing this kind of play out right now in the Israeli Palestinian conflict. It's a lot of, of , uh, technology being thrown at each other, right. It's bombs and , uh, nonhuman real assets really they're being shot at both directions. So at some point in the future, do we, do we even use humans anymore? We saw Boston dynamics with their walking dog, the New York P a N . YPD tried that. I think they bought a version of that. They put it out in the streets and people freaked out because they don't want to see these robots wandering around patrolling the streets. So they kind of put the kibosh on that program. But the point here is we're , we're talking a lot about technology and rather than using human beings to go and try to kill each other, maybe we can just build robots to kill each other , uh, because that's what human beings do. And what if we use drones in that capacity? And what if drones now become autonomous and what if they become deadly? And what if we can have these little drones that can kind of just come and drop off, you know , uh , uh , bacteria or something that you don't actually need to blow up a building. You just come in and drop off a little , uh , you know, cesium , whatever, you know, radioactive thing that kills you and you , you dropped dead. So we , we have this. Now we have a lot of people talking about this from a military perspective, flying drones around for war. So here is a story now from the daily star talking about killer AI drones. Hm , no , it's not from the future. This is like an article that was written today by Michael Moran over at the daily star, it says killer AI, drones hunted down humans without being told to. Hmm . And where did this come from? A UN report. All right . So when autonomous weaponized drone hunted down in quotes, a human target last year, thought to have attack them without being specifically ordered to according to a report prepared for the United nations. Oh no. The news raises the specter of Terminator, Terminator style, AI weapons, killing on the battlefield without any human control. The drone cargo to quad copper quad copter produced by the Turkish military tech company, STM deployed in March, 2020 with the Libyan government forces Kara go to is fitted with an explosive charge and the drone can be directed at a target in a kamikaze attack, detonating on impact. Here's a picture of it. It uses onboard board cameras and artificial intelligence to identify the targets. This looks like a payload here, right? And these things are pretty small and you just kind of throw them up there and they just do their thing. Their report from the UN security council's panel of experts on Libya published on March 21 was obtained by the new scientist magazine. And one point repo , the reports deals, details how the haftorah we're hunted down as they treated the drones that they were operating in a highly effective autonomous mode. The lethal autonomous weapons systems were programmed to attack targets without requiring data connectivity between the operator and the munition effect , a fire forget and find capability says the report. Here's a picture of them. Look at these things. They carry an explosive charge with detonates on impact. So you just launch a bunch of those suckers. You don't even really need missiles. You just fly those up. They just go sit down next to you, blow up fire, forget and find right programming . Hey, anything in this vicinity that moves go blow it up. All right , I can do that. Here is another picture of it. Full details of the incident haven't been released. It's unclear if there were any casualties. So I see that just flying around suggests that the drones were attacking human beings on their own initiative. So it's already started Skynet's here. Somebody get Arnold. Oh, no, there is no record of how many casualties, if any, these war machines inflicted Zach Calor born of the national consortium for the study of terrorism could be the first time that drones have autonomous autonomously attack. Humans says this development is a cause for concern, given that AI systems can not always interpret visual data correctly. How brittle is an object recognition system? How often does it miss identify targets? Well, it can be a lot of questions about that. It says that this is not show that the autonomous weapons would be impossible to regulate, but it does show that this , the discussion continues to be urgent. All right . So I want to show you this guy, this guy's name is Charles. Hoskinson very interesting guy and he is in the crypto space. And I know I've been talking a lot about that, but I'm , I'm studying this right now. And a lot of what interests me about this topic is that it is more than just sort of, you know , moving money around or digital currency around. It's not even, it's not even, what's interesting about this really. What's interesting about this is decentralization and about, you know, technology and governance and about how we use technology to govern ourselves. So it can, I mean that in terms of governance and you know, we , we , right now we're governed by the nation state of the United States. We have a legislative branch and executive branch, the judicial branch, and they're pretty bad at most things that they do, right? And they sort of waste a lot of time. A lot of, a lot of efficiency is just gone because we're dealing with humans, we're dealing with politicians, we're dealing with emotions and a bunch of bureaucracy that really doesn't do anything. I mean, it really is pretty ineffective when you think about it. And that is largely by design and we've sort of created our country to be there that we don't want to give them a bunch of power. We want to decentralize the power between these three co-equal branches. We give everybody term limits. We make sure that no single person or no single entity can seize too much power. You got to get out of there every four years. And we have voting and systems and a constitution because we know that the country is going to tend towards totalitarianism. Our founders knew that that because we're human beings, we just like to consolidate power. We want more of it and people want more money and more power and more things. And we sort of will structure our society. Many people will give up their freedoms and liberties in order to secure a little bit of security. And so the person who grants them that they'll get more power in exchange for providing that security and human beings are very complicated. Some people are smarter than others. Some people are born with different resources. There's a lot going on here. And so we've got these systems now that we are living under living in like the United States. And we've got all these different, you know , social clubs and we've got educational systems. We've got judicial systems and we've got , uh , political systems and governance systems. And we've got all these different things that we do engage in on a daily basis. But remember, most of these things were built generations ago and they're really optimized for the technology of those times. I mean, even think about this on a daily basis, how many times do you sit at a red light and nobody's driving around anywhere, right. That worked 50 years ago. Does that make sense right now? I mean, Cathy turned the Kathy tell them there's nobody coming and change the lights so you can just drive through it. What's so complicated about this, but the intersection was built for people with 20 years ago, technology, right? It's old stuff. And so if we're going to be asking ourselves now that we've got a lot of technology and we've got a lot of power that we got a lot of smart people thinking about different governance systems, and we're talking about decentralization, the same principles and the same concepts that made America great. This balance of power, this separation between the branches, these protections against the consolidation of control. Those are all great things. That's what made America so good is because we don't have a lot of the , uh, the, the predispositions towards authoritarianism that a lot of other systems have. It's a beautiful thing. So what if we can use technology now to not , not necessarily create killer drones or do anything that is dystopian, but to enhance those systems to go from this nation state that we have to have 435, you know, knuckleheads banging their heads together in Congress, maybe there's better ways to do things. Maybe we can reinvision our voting system or ensure that our freedom of speech and our freedom of association and freedom of religion are sort of hard-coded into our systems of government so that the, the, the actual government can't come and down and encroach upon those things. And if we are necessarily just as a consequence of technology, moving towards more virtual realities and more digital currencies and more engagement with AI systems, many of us are spending most of our days on the internet. Now for a long time, last year, many people didn't even leave their houses, okay . Everything was on the internet. And so technology is steadily moving that direction. And so with that progression comes some scary ideas, come some scary thoughts. And I want to play you this clip from this guy, his name is Charles Hoskin Hoskinson and he is the creator of two different protocols. One is, he's a co-founder of a theory . He doesn't like to be introduced that way because he sort of left that project. And now he is creating and working on this new project called car Dano . I'm doing a very deep dive on this project because it is sort of a, a third level blockchain. Bitcoin was all about transferring currency. Then Ethereum was really about smart contracts. Now we're talking about smart contracts and governance and all sorts of long sustainable systems that can maybe create some very interesting economies and societies really around the world. Very, very fascinating stuff. And he's, I think honestly, peeking into the future. I think that there's going to be an internet of these blockchains. Like every single one of these blockchains is sort of like, think of it like a thread in a tapestry in this really intricate rug rug that's being woven together. And we're going to have this internet of blockchains that are all communicating with one another. So what we are going to hear from him is a clip from this video. It's about a 30 minute video, and it's all about mindfulness. And you're thinking, well, this guy's a crypto guy. We're talking about AI in the future and space aliens and all this stuff. What are we talking about mindfulness for? And it's because he's really kind of a philosopher to some degree. And he's somebody who's thinking a lot about these issues about governance and about what future technology looks like and about building the world for that future. Not current, like, you know, not, not building technology to meet 2021 needs, but 2050 needs. And so it was very forward-thinking in this video, he is responding to sort of a market crash. Okay. There are ups and downs in the cryptocurrency markets. There was a big crash that came down and , uh, people are devastated when that happens. They lose a lot of money and they think that they're never going to get it back. And then people invest for different reasons and they get hurt. So he makes this video and he talks about mindfulness. He talks about this mindfulness solution and he walks through all of that . You see all these tabs up here, he walks through all of these different things that he does to meditate and focus on, you know, thinking and about how we can stay connected with our humanity in the face of all of these things happening. Right? He's a big public figure. He's got a lot of criticisms. People hate the cryptocurrency space is very vitriolic and he is telling us about, you know, how to sort of brace yourselves when the market dips, when you get criticized, when the world is coming after you and how to stay steady. And it's about 20 minutes of that, then we get into this one clip. And so I just want to put context on this. I'm going to show you a clip that this guy you're probably going to listen to, and you're going to think this guy is out there, man. This guy is weird as can be that's because I'm pulling this out of context. It's a 30 minute video, go watch the rest of the video. I'd really encourage you to do that because he's , he's absolutely brilliant, little weird, but he's very, very brilliant. And I want to show you this clip. So let me frame this clip out. He is now detailing sort of what the future looks like. If we peek ahead and he's going to be talking about AI and these relationships and about , uh , having relationships with computers and about being able to control your genome and about manipulating your mental state using technology. And he's showing us examples up until this point. He's giving us examples of this technology that's being built right now. There's a company that they have this technology that cost like a hundred thousand dollars, but it's a helmet. And it looks like, you know, in five, 10 years that this will be a consumable thing. I consumer based products a hundred thousand now, but if you reduce it by a factor of 10, right , or a hundred other people can buy that and it can measure your brainwaves and, you know, do all sorts of crazy stuff. And so we're knocking on the door of this. We've got the U S Navy. We've got technology. We don't know what the heck it is. We've got AI systems and drones that are already being released and flying around the world and theoretically killing people or attempting to. And so this stuff is coming. And I just want to make sure that we're all staying mindful in the middle of all of this in the middle of a rapidly changing world, up and down with our economies up and down with all of this stuff, we've got to stay connected to mindfulness. So I'm gonna play two clips for Mr. Hoskinson first detailing this, this, this future. That feels weird. But when you think about it, we're kind of already starting this direction. Here he is on clip one.

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We're going to live in 25 to 30 years in a world that is not recognizable to those who live 10 years, 15 years before us, we're going to live in a world where AI is the dominant intelligence. Every surface is a computer. We're going to live in a world where everything is programmable, including your genetics or virtual realities, indistinguishable from reality. And people will have relationships with virtual avatars, which are indistinguishable from relationships with real people. We're going to live in a world where medicine has evolved to a point , uh , where neurobiology can be hacked. Neural trends can be hacked, where you can have any state that you want from bliss to hate to whatever it might be. And we're going to live in a world where big data and pervasive computing has robbed us of our privacy, except for what we can claw out from immutable concepts like constitutions and blockchains, and these types of things. We're going to live in a world where globalism is the standard. The problems that occur in Zimbabwe or Rwanda will no longer be in a newspaper. They're going to be your problems. And we learned that from COVID something that happened in wool , Han has impacted the entire world. And that's now the standard, not the exception to the rule. So you need new systems for this. You need new democracy for this new way to vote new way to think, new incentive schemes, new way to talk to people and communicate with people, to live with people and forgive people. If you can't do that, well, then what's going to happen is we'll descend into a world conflict and the winners of that conflict just install a new system or regress us back to before. Uh, we got all this technology.

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So I think he's onto something here, right? He talks about these, these new ways of doing, doing business. We're seeing that our current system is largely ineffective. And the project that he's working on is helping to lay the framework for this. And he's not the only person doing this. This is really what the crypto space, in my opinion, a lot of it is, is not productive. There's a lot of, you know, kind of goofy projects going on, but what leads me interested that makes me most interested is guys like this guys who were saying, you know, our current system, our current government, our current structure, the way that we're doing things is so broken that we're just going to hard-code it into the algorithm. And we're going to build our own system on the back of that very, very interesting stuff. Here's one more clip from him where he's giving us a little bit more hope.

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All you really can do is work on yourself and be a good person and try to evangelize concepts that you feel are important in this new order. For me, it's about systems and it's about giving people control and power over their lives. I don't believe for a moment that people are stupid. I don't believe for a moment that people are intrinsically evil and bad. And if you give people the ability to control your own lives, that everything will come collapsing down.

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Right. I agree with the guy. I think there's some good stuff here. Just wanted to share that with you. I know it's a little bit weird. I know it's a little bit out of the ordinary, but , uh , let's say some questions over from watching the watchers.locals.com . Sharon says that radio bursts are a normal phenomenon of pulse RS on the Omaha where they in the Bermuda triangle by chance. I think they were in the , uh, in the Pacific, over by San Diego. So I don't think that they were anywhere near it. And actually we have Sharon says on the AI, all this is transhumanism crap. They're trying to turn us into the Borg. It started already with mind control. You know, I , I think that you're onto something here, right? They, when they talk about sort of communicating with AI and stuff, we kind of do that already. I was thinking about this. I was thinking that's bizarre. I never going to talk to a machine like that. I'll never have a relationship with a machine. I go, well, I already talked to them all the time. They're there on my phone. They're on my little pucks that are around the place. I won't say their names, but you get it right. We're all sort of already kind of connecting with that to some degree. And now we're talking about taking it a step further. It's a wild stuff we have. Jeremy says, I believe the UFO seen lately have been black ops, top secret testing that is done by an organization that are sanctioned by our government. They can't be on any books and no one can talk about it because they either don't have clearance to know about it or would never acknowledge it if they did know. And so, you know, I, I was thinking about that, Jeremy, what if it is our own government? And there , these are just essentially war games, right? They're going to fly them over our own ships so that we can measure our response to these , uh, or it could be another country who is poking us. Right. And would the us do that? Whether U S poke other countries, like, would we fly these around other nations? Probably not. Right. Because if they found out about it and they knew that it was the U S now you could provoke an international incident. So maybe you just test your own technology on your own crews so that if something were to happen, there's no blow back . We have hack consulting says globular clusters are thought to be the last place to find them due to the lack of neutron stars. Then again, who knows white doors of old stars could be there . Neutron stars could still be there if they are white dwarfs. I think the journalist just wanted to write something and made nonsense. I don't know. It's just trying to get onto the hype train of aliens and the UFO shown do not provide evidence of advanced technology. Just tricking the camera and data. It's. All right , there you go. You've got the conclusion there from hack . Thank you. Heck we have in the dark says, if you have a second, before you wrap up today, have you been following the Alan Dershowitz versus CNN case? And if so, wondering what you thought he just got discovery and I haven't heard very many people talking about it. So I have not heard about it in the dark. I actually have not seen it. Uh, I subscribed to Alan Dershowitz, but I don't watch him often. Not sure if he's been talking about it, but yeah, I'm happy to pull that case. I love talking about that. And if he's taken it to CNN, we'll support him on that. We've got Sharon says there's a lot of really exotic stuff out there in the universe. Astronomers are always discovering new stuff. The FRB is probably have a natural explanation other than aliens probably share it . I know. I just kind of joke about the alien stuff. I hope they're there. I want to see them and I want to beat these fellows now, have they traveled, you know, a billion miles to get here and landed. I have a hard time believing that, but would it be kind of fun? Jeremy says UFO literally means unidentified flying object, which is by definition unidentified, not alien. If the object is not known, then why would people's first guests be aliens, Jeremy? Because we want to see some stuff go down, brother. That's why we want to see will Smith and Jeff Goldbloom kick some, a brother. We want to see it go down. Let's get the aliens in here. You know, liven things up a little bit. Have we got some person says what a crazy time when I'm more outraged by BLM than UFO's. I love that. I love that. Some person . Yeah, you look UFO's , haven't done anything to anybody. I'll tell you this much. The UFO's haven't called me a racist, patriarchal white male. I don't have any problems with them. Uh , Patrice colors though. She's got a different perspective on all of that. Oh, that's great. LT. 13 says I live right here by that base in VA. And I've never seen a tic-tac just saying, well, there you go. No sightings from LT 13 near Virginia, we got Sharon Quinny in the house. As, as long as folks are worried about space aliens, they won't be concerned about having more of our civil liberties taken away. It is weird. You know, it is weird that we're starting to see more of the government officials just kind of like talk about it. Just kind of haphazardly, like, oh, nonchalantly, right? Uh , we covered that clip here of even Obama getting in on the game. And now that now that some of the more mainstream politicians are coming out, now you start to say, oh, right now it's officially the U S government because they're , if they're going to be, you know, kind of touching it a little bit, maybe there's a softening that they are preparing us for. We have underscore shades says the government has to release the deep info soon. Yeah. It's coming out in June, apparently, which is next month. That's like right around the corner. So they are trying to get control of all of this. Both there are aliens and our very own UFO's yes. We've had the anti-gravity tech since world war II . And now's the fourth Reich , plenty of on all this. If people want to research highly credible too , they don't want us to know that we've had them. I love that stuff. Underscore shades. I love it. I love the, the , um, the shows where it's the secret Nazis who create the ultimate dimension and they send back, you know, some Nazi and then the good guys, the ally send back some, you know, FDR or , you know , Einstein travels back and there's this time shift and all of that stuff love it. It's a lot of fun, ridiculous, but it's a lot of fun LT. 13 says, so they only go around military equipment. There are fishermen and everybody else in that water and no one has reported anything like that. Yeah. I'd be curious. I'd be curious if anybody would believe them, you know, if they were fishing out there catching tuna and they see that and they call the military, the military goes, oh, great. Yeah. You saw an airplane at that . Thanks. Thanks for that. I don't know. Maybe they have, Hey, maybe all these, the people who were sort of, you know , wandering around the Backwoods and they come back with , uh , like their shirt off and their hair all frazzled. And they say I was abducted by aliens. Maybe they're all true. All of them hack consulting says, maybe you got burned out on clubhouse because you were doing it every day . Maybe once a month or a thing or two or twice a week. That way we could have a solid, a period to talk off the record about aliens briefly and solidify. What is in the media? Uh , I'm down. I'm down. I , we can do, we can do more clubhouses. I'm okay. With that. We had the , um, I guess we could always cue that up for our monthly meetup aliens. I love aliens. Can we make this an alien channel? Should we just make this an alien channel now don't leave. Don't unsubscribe. We're not going to do that. I promise Sharon Courtney says, speaking of technology, when are you going to give a seminar on cryptocurrency and starting our own country? Well, so I I'm , I'm talking a lot about cryptocurrency on the channel, number two. And it's, again, it's not because like I'm pushing doge coin, like go buy these meme coins. I really think that these are fun. Like this is a way to structure governance into the foreseeable future. And I talk about, I mean, I mean this in terms of actual governance, a lot of people say it's just Bitcoin. It's just, you know, it's digital gold. It doesn't mean anything. That was, that was accurate in 2010. Okay. Not anymore. This is a whole new way of organizing society. And there are a lot of smart people who are working on it. And I think it's actually going to mean something because the other S the other systems are failing around the world. Binds is going to print $6 trillion. So people say, Hey, you know, cryptocurrencies, they're , they're sort of like, they don't really mean anything. They're just kind of, it's kind of money out there in thin air. Where do you think that $6 trillion is coming from nowhere? What am I going to give a seminar on it? I don't know. You know, I think I might, I might put together a , um , sort of like an intro to Bitcoin. Uh, not because other people haven't already done that. A lot of people have already done that. There's so much content out there about getting into this space, but I want to encourage some people in my life to do it. So I may, you know, just like I did with the existence systems, people in my life said, Hey, man, how do you stay organized? And how do you stay on top of stuff? And so I made the existence systems to help kind of just give that to people and say, here, this is how I do it. I might do the same thing with cryptocurrencies because I'm having people now ask me, Hey, what are you doing over there with that stuff? So I may just put something together, just a quick intro, just so I can say, Hey, follow this list of instructions, because I do want to see people, you know, if, if they're, if they want to play around in this space and they believe in it, I want to help them get started and starting our own country. Well, that's, that's Balaji Srinivasan . We've got to talk to him about that because he is the godfather of the new country. Rob says, these guys tried this once around 1776, worked out, tell the computers took over the election, and now you want to give all this to AI. Well, here's the, the very interesting thing about blockchain. It's super cool. Let's see if I can . I'm not going to pull it up right now, but you can actually, what's so cool about the blockchain. It's all transparent. You can go, you can go look at it. I mean, you can actually go on to a car Dano and look up the chain and you can see what's happening there. So you can see everything. It's all decentralized and it's all public and open source. It's not like dominion, right? Dominion. And these other companies everything's closed source. Everything's kept under lock and key. We can't see anything that they're doing. And all of these meetings happen behind closed doors. And all these politicians will tell you one thing and go do another, do we need them anymore? Or can we maybe as, as freethinkers operate on a consensus basis in a way that that doesn't require anything from you, right? The, the, the current reason right now that we have a representative democracy really is because it's too much work for all of us to be as informed on a system of governance. Okay? We all, can't be up to speed on all of the issues all the time. We can't sit there and study the bills and read all these new legislative proposals and hash out all the minutiae . So we delegate that to our representatives and they go do the voting for us. Well, there are different ways that you can do things with technology, where you can sort of create a system of governance that runs itself, and you can create different economies, that power, that system of governance. And then you can have the people who want to participate in the democratic process, who are voting with their tokens, their coins in their wallets, and they get stake in the system. And then they go, and then they can participate in it in a democratic fashion. It's a different model. And if you don't like that system, guess what? Pick up and go to the next one. You don't have to use Cardona . You can go over to ICP. You can go over to Ethereum, pick a different system that you want to go be a part of. If you don't like your current one, and then we can hardcode in governance. All right , last one. Here is from Jeremy. Machita says, I believe there are many useful applications of AI, AKA machine learning, one downside to using an AI to design an efficient vehicle for you is you need to be prepared to get ejected from your vehicle and is , as it is optimizing for efficiency. I see what you did there, Jeremy. So if we sort of give the AI the ability to get rid of the superfluous waste of space, the first thing they're going to do inject the human being out of there. Get out of here. You're a terrible driver. You're going to ruin the system. You're going to tell me to break here, go too fast. You're useless. Get out. I'm going to drive myself. It's an interesting world folks. We've got a lot of cool things coming up. A lot of scary things coming up, but at least we're going to be able to go through it together and want to welcome some new people to our community. As they join us along the ride. We have come on, man, who joined up over at locals? Come on, man. Come on you dog pony soldier, trued enough , limit a little pressure. All right, we've got Joe Biden's in the house. Come on, man. We got benevolent. One also joined up. They are now a part of the locals community. Watching the watchers.locals.com is the address. If you want to go check it out, all these great people here, ask some tremendous questions today. Thank you for keeping the show on pace. Up to speed and lively. We have some great things you can download. If you go over to watching the watchers.locals.com , things like my book, it's called beginning to winning. You can download a copy of the slides that we went through today. Download a copy of my impeachment party documents or the existence systems, which is a personal productivity tool available for free at locals links are shared throughout the day. And there are a lot of great people over there. 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