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John and Chuck discuss the rights to open carry and cover more of the latest trending news

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Weird weather Saturday Emma got a terrible lay we're not we're not skip and we're just gonna hold on the rapid fire for a little bit because we've. Got a call that is come in and the far our guest here join us has to leave. We're you he may need to chime in on this team next night he might so rotten. Welcome to the shows are how are you today. I'm doing well given by young Revere you're doing pretty well. Beyond. You know would all this everything. I think training and instruction and what people don't realize is that there's something you do it and forget about it for ten years spiritedness you. Pay for content. Requiring it of the skill and betterment which nobody really attained the full protect morning. But it made that doesn't deny the reality my. A lot of attack as well at the problem that the nuclear. Losing our position in this country at this self governing people because we don't have their bout which were governing. And the government's case that the men a lot of things that. And then robbed and guys are all point to you need big daddy government. Now and then there are individuals who are flooding the area map it out of the eight and also very different country. That dom really aren't too much early to the Second Amendment. And so we also had something else accompany a plague of all this work it took. And that is the last president a pointed it at a judge for the several of the support Court of Appeals. Who happens to be in Greeneville. And that. And and of itself tells us that it all these people coming in and they decide oh we're gonna by the propaganda. And we're gonna vote against. You know were banned in all I kind of thought. Then the year that poor Court of Appeals already hit Maryland already. So it so all brought battle and I think what really. I try to encourage people to do it if you're going to carry. If it's going to be constitutional carry and that's what happened legally or are you gonna open carrying out what happened legally. You really need to strain out on net in order to be able to understand. One of my billing what are the consequences aren't there then I'm going and what are the unintended consequence is coming from. The opposition who may determine paid all kind of been carrying a bit either coupled with a Charlie not. What is that was that Canada Morse the same way of the argument that did that well not necessarily argument point I was trying to drive home. Is that it is undeniably we have in our midst every day everywhere around us stupid people. I mean they're just everywhere. And you have to deal was stupid people so how do you deal with stupid people. And in a judicious and effective manner. Without. Relatives or something as stupid as they are. You know I think one of the things that need to be big consideration to collect I hear a lot of things a lot of people an all time people who were from different countries. Are we need more regulation we don't need more regulation. What we need to go heavier enforcement of what already exist. And if somebody say. Decided they're not gonna be trained and are gonna go out these so pollution that well they're need to be a law against look as stupid that they get somebody else are or kill. Yeah I agree LA and we knew or thought about it before and and only had your friend for our president Fred Masterson out there you know and talking about. You know the open Kyrie in an again and we all love to defense. Default first it's meant this is not right I have a right to do this I have a right to own that one out but in. Not enough time is spent on talking about. That right includes some very heavy responsibilities and that's kind of what I was hitting that four we had to hit the top Leo or break his. Will we see people out here yet. Ian you've got a right to do certain things and and we were equating the driving privilege. You know in talking about Lee of about this issue that you see how many people. Commit unsafe ax all the time with the with an automobile or with. With power tools are what I mean my goodness the stuff that goes viral on the unit so that my whole thing is is you have been very pro constitution. But then we have to make sure that people clearly understands that. There are. Heavy heavy responsibilities. That come with exercising these these rights and because it's. Is the training thing like chuck was talking about you know things like well I know how to shoot my weapon and I had a re load my web Campbell what about. Retaining it what about weapons retention that if you get in the situation and somebody's trying to take that from me you. In hurt you or somebody else. Do you know anything about that or you just you go and you Bob May be a nice weapon. In them purchase say black now on twenty dollar uncle Mike Ulster. And then strap that on and strata around there I mean there's there's some of the responsibility that goes along with this. We'll always have either could be heavy consequences. People are acting irresponsible. I I area within every hour Ron thanks for everybody pancreatic that along those lines that I wanted to addresses that test met tech then just say not guy you're doing just that much now via text your sins then it please show me got a retention in the constitution well hey it's not. Dot obviously in the constitution. But 88 that that's that's almost. It drive straight to the heart of what did the point that I'm trying to make. You have a right to bear arms you also have a responsibility. To do it response possibly. So you know just because. You have a right to do something just because they make a pair yoga pants in your size doesn't necessarily mean you should put a mark that's very true. I mean let's let's be honest with the each other here it is. If you want to carry a dime and you need to do it responsibly you know you need to understand. The the function of your gun and you need to understand how to clean it you know and need to understand how to handle it manipulated and what it'll do win total new and how it does it when that does it and all those things that go along with it. Meet you also need to understand the responsibilities. Incurred the repercussions of of what comes when you make a mistake the consequences. And understanding what your your threshold of confidences and in all these things play into it. It's not enough that it's are right it is a right I agree with that a 100% and I'm behind it a 100%. But if you're gonna exercise that right all I ask easy you give them the the training team to make you at least somewhat functional. Yeah and are not talking about stuff because we've talked about. For people who have currently have CW peace and incidences that occur and you have to make a decision of where where you're red line yes where do you cross or red line to. Yet you're not mean the one. Attacked let's say mature somewhere and a crime is is taking place somebody is being victimized where where is your red line. They you cross from. Mean somebody that's trying to observe trying to in. Be able to provide a good description of the individual and NBA a valuable witness to law enforcement to. Crossing that red line and saying OK I am now gonna draw my weapon and become an active participant. In what is unfolding not everybody's got the skill level. That. In somebody else has that that they mab is a competitive shooter earnest retired law enforcement. Or something like that you've got people that are out there and and you know maybe they took the classes and and they go to the range in and she wants a month. And and understand how their weapon works and understand the safety and and how important it is that. Have a reliable weapon and maintain it and have and have a quality holster that you keep that he and but as far as. Active shooter training. They've just haven't been there and done that they don't they don't have those types of skills and it's so easy and everybody gets all excited we've had him colony here. Text in here and everything else that. The constitution this constitution and that's great love the constitution I swore an oath to defend it with my very life more than once more he. But there is responsibility. That Islam with MS the one thing nobody really lost or not enough people. Want to take serious time and talk about the responsibility. There repercussions that it. And I'm I'm fine with this bill. You know in in what happens happens wit it that. You know we've got to have a discussion and and they com and level headed discussion about the responsibility. T have all this. Yeah just three nail honoree this text and I and I sites are for that Austin I got caught up in this. The stock responsibility is unwarranted I am listening to a bunch of talk on how we ensure citizens are responsible. But that's never been an issue with CWP what you are saying is because of someone is stupid within their right that we need to discuss more in depth a constitutional right. Guess that extends to the First Amendment of course not it's simple it's a right and it's a write in hold people who abuse it accountable simple. It. I'm a little lost on that and it I guess I don't and in maybe I'm just not. Smart enough to put this guy saying to the use some big words. Yeah I mean I get it we both get it in about the cost is just. You know again you autonomy you know load you know first MM sieve like that well you know you can call people dirty names you can say ugly things about people lead colony and say ugly Eden nasty things about us. But that's not gonna kill us or maim us put this in the hospital learned early this. To say well here's another tech yellow pants are not a constitutional right. Her arm myself as are Tony station open carry show where the historical problem open carry again in let me recent data this for the record. If you wanna open care if your state says it's called open carry then it's called open carry yeah you do you. I am not a fan of open care yeah myself I I I think it's it's it's just. Not a bit I don't know if there but they are right in as these are says some arguments that that we used Lou with people and and and are riding certain Ian cigarette type piece is that. The the criminal statistics that data is not there to think for these states that that do have what's referred to his constitutional Gary. It's not the wild west no of course not is absolutely not the wild west is probably beyond easy and it would not become the wild west here should this pass you know our only point bringing in this apps to say hey this is being you know discussed down in Columbia right now. And as as people that have. Yet kind of grew up with as as boys being taken. Didn't you know range somewhere issue with the dad and granddad and military experience and years with law enforcement as well that. You know a lot of people will see this and maybe not understand the need for training that's that's what we're hammering that is exceed the need for training that's that. Though the crux of the whole thing is in and that's where I get hung up probably to a fault but people don't. Take the training aspect of it seriously. They just don't know there is a small segment of society that Bosnia but generally speaking act I don't think that they do. And that's a huge burden to bear yet so it is when we come back we'll get to this rapid fire stuff we guess really a cool stories to cover and North Korea. The Marine Corps nude photo scandal. And a 101 in budget cuts slowed to service one a 63 W or do you check in John. Be right back welcome back salute to service. Right now finally. Segment number two we're gonna do I get to India. Weekly dose of Gene Autry gunfire a couple of good rapid fire articles here for yeah. Glad to have US and again tax line 71307. Ingles advantage told free talk on 1803471063. But now Carlos if you would please hit Gene Autry baton I first step and pay. Do you remember a year you're enlistment ceremony you know when you took your oath. NRA and I remember you know then I've resigned in my initial enlistment and then re enlisted in you know canonized in it was captain that had gotten. Be friends with that was the one that actually did not re enlistment. Over and South Korea while I was over the air but there article this week on military dot com this has to be. An ethnic. Level re enlistment and airmen re enlists while refueling. An F 22 rafter are flying oversee area. Pretty cool US staff sergeant Rebecca range recites the oath of enlistment there's a picture ever hear the while. Her squadron commander an F 22 raptor pilot. Is is flying so she's in a tanker. In their doing their refueling. For their rafter that her commander is in a while. It is she's taken her oath of re enlistment at 30000 feet. Over Syria. As chemical that's. That's pretty special man that's that is actually you know use you see a lot of guys who Wear that have reimbursement ceremonies while they're deployed is pretty cool that you know again making that commitment is this Newsday we Brothers and sisters absolute in arms why you know you're out there deploy hearing at the tip of the spear some like that that. You know at 30000 feet over Syria while you're refueling and F 22 raptor. You're squadron commander Noah so laughs yeah yeah that's for ads as pretty in the ads epic. So out of Baltimore not jump to fight well what if you came to mean you said. Just don't want you to fix my car is broken but I'm going to take away your four Jack and 75% of your sockets and most of your answers. But I actually what you do the same job I want to complete sex successfully and I want to do it. Right the first well as a marine on expect cheer go on to adapt improvise and overcome and how well. May be held again we're bailing wire and bubble gum and undermine on our statement which which most likely it would be anyway. This comes out of Baltimore police commissioner Ken Davis said Wednesday that you see if he is effectively ending plainclothes policing in Baltimore after federal indictments seven officers last week. Seoul what what happened was is seven officers got. Caught up in some some really bad stuff and in these these guys should go to jail I think they were. Repurchasing. Kinds and in dope for their own financial gain it. In those guys should self funding their retirement yet exactly nation they should spend a quality amount of time in prison. But to take away the tool of plainclothes policing. Yeah is. Especially somewhere like Baltimore where the crime rates is static and again anyway yes. Is one of the most asinine things I think I've heard a long time yeah you're expecting these these men and women do a job in the new taking tools away from home and a one of the most effective tools and in their toolbox away from them in expecting them to do the same job well justice as their primary there is gonna continues stay amateur trajectory that it's been on now for quite a while which is climbing. And ever higher and you know and a sad thing is. When you get a situation like that where there though in the baby out with the bath water so to speak yet. It's it's is your average citizens that live in that city that are gonna pay the price. Well it it is and it's all for political expediency and political correctness is what it boils down to now. This this is the first this is a show first today was the first time we had an interview with a sitting US congressman. And mrs. I believe the first ever. Jennifer Lopez repeat its door pickup that we can't but also this one to get your take on this. Jennifer Lopez was interviewed recently about playing a cop on TV. Show she's doing and she said something up that was rather interesting giving you know what what we hear from a lot of celebrities. That plane Koppel on TV helps me appreciate aid aid. Difficult job of law enforcement and oh yeah whenever you play a character you have to love them in a sense and understand him completely. Lopez said on the red carpet during the show's recent premiere been in law enforcement and having to keep the peace and all that that entails. Is so difficult is such a hard life. Now. What I can wander and never been in law enforce tried I did play a detective and a high school play wants them. As as a former law enforcement officer pat when you hear a celebrity. Say something like that quote I mean. Kind of laugh what your thoughts about it I mean if it if she's received a little bit of enlightenment by. Playing a role pretending. In front of the camera to. Via a law enforcement officer I guess maybe a K good you know to mr. her you can have a cookie but. I appreciate it for what it is I mean it's a lot like I I enjoy it when civilians do ride alongs and I want I want them to have that experience and she's probably got it gotten more in depth you know from from the subject matter experts that they have console for these TV shows and Jeff. Yeah I think she's probably gotten into a good dose them of knew what the day today is it to some degree hmm but it. I'd I don't really need quite honestly don't pay much attention to it you know you've gotten. Celebrities say no filming a movie is like going to war yes like Tom Cruise famously said that yeah it and you know I guess. You know I guess she's trying to parallel somehow in in someone's mind yeah but. I don't it doesn't. At Mani Bob mostly they're winning as he has one thing I can check off from our radio show bucket list as we have had a valid discussion on Jennifer Lopez article to I feel better man. To hear this this story I thought was uber cool. This is out of Bob a blog about fourteen year old Danish boy doing research for history class found the wreckage of a German World War II plane. With the remains of the pilot in the cockpit. I kid named Daniel and his father Klaus discovered what some believe the mesh Schmidt fighter plane buried in the field on their farm. In northern Denmark. They he was out doing research for a history class yeah I guess for the metal detector and found bits and pieces and bits and pieces and finally got to the point where they called in in our who archaeological crew and they uncovered what I'm suspecting isn't and never quite says the page it says jet yeah in the article so enemy to 6262. AM but they they they did find the pilot remains he had a wallet. It can't think this is typical fighter John probably isn't in the wallet job well. Along with the pilots suit had in three and use condoms. Also had his wallet which contain two Danish points and some food stamps for the canteen at the Al Borger base it's a quite special find believes first time German planes been found buried in this wind and more. See there you know the guy was an optimist so he was either think it after the mission was completed he was gonna have a pretty good time or if he got shot down over the UK some quicker than actually. Taken prisoner that you know things will be looking out for par. Scenario that you probably safe to say that he did not see that coming yes I have probably not. Boom and to the next article. And this is really because some of this is taking place and this is a good. VA healthcare article and some of this is taking place right here in South Carolina down the VA hospital in Charleston. The VA is using some new technology electromagnetic. Devices to help treat veterans who are battling depression. So you've got somebody here that's noninvasive. Is the is called re pitted if tranche create Neil magnetic stimulation. Or. RT MS therapy it's a device that uses an electromagnetic. Charged with electricity of course obviously that is applied to specific points on the patients said the powerful magnetic field. Can men affect the brain cells other persons suffering from depression. This gentleman. Mr. Jones here in South Carolina this receiving this down there at the VA hospital in Charleston. Said that you know there was a few little initial side effects like you know getting the tree mail mild headache. And I think Jack and a manager picking up radio stations that violence that's but rather that not seriously he's he says. You know heaven you know typical. Depression you know issues you know at the a sense of hopelessness mean angry withdrawn bylaw that in the normal type stuff. And that yeah within the first few treatments of this new technology that it really began to turn things around for him and I think that's great with this. The struggle that so many veterans have with mental health issues and of course the struggles at the VA has and just simply existing in providing services apparently these days. That they're doing something new and that is having an impact with. Men and women here in South Carolina. That's a good thing that's finally a happy VA related story we can share yeah I think you were were both open to anything yet. You know within reason yeah that will help these men and women well I'd rather have them trimester and is given a gap prescription after prescription after prescription for some kind of chemical plant absolutely and we've seen where that leads we don't viewers can land and ales death yet. When we come back. But the assassination of little camps have ever has rather. What wait what is it what is the bigger story what is the bigger picture here bigger story and what's the bigger story that little viral BBC news video that's make it all the rounds of social media. All that's more stuff when we come back 1063 W or do you check in John BR me to go forward doughnut about now Manhattan mainline jet. I wouldn't wouldn't mind them. Never mind now we didn't bring any poor crowns with us today let's open that. I didn't have a real peanuts you did have the bull penis us and we got that. Welcome back salute service John church Doug Porter you are listening to 1063 WORD. The F states talk station. If off. You have a FaceBook account or Twitter or other social media stuff or even failing mad you're just somebody and you go to. The Internet and get your knees read some news there is a headline that started making their rounds and it's a cute story. The professor the englishman that is a professor at the university of Tucson which is the suns a a large port city they're in. South Korea that I've been too nice a nice place to visit. And then the BBC. What are they come over there on the on the on the BBC they column. They're not journalist there column presenting her present her she's a present Turkey is a present her and he begins asking this professor some questions. And so the professor begins answering the question and then. Opens there are opens the door to a study and the the video of interview is coming in or there's one kid comes and toppling around. Then kid number two comes rolling and in one of those little walker things in their bang in Iran and he's still trying to the professor is give me a good coherent answer to the end the BBC present her. And then either as the mom or it's baby sitter nanny whatever. You know it comes in trying to corral the kids out of there she gets a mountain adorning close right now she's coming back and I have standing on her knees. To try to reach out reaching get the doorknob inning close the door and end obviously sell gas starting today you know kind of chuckle a little bit. And everybody is you know sharing that Iran on social media outlet is so funny that is so funny. What's not so funny. About that. Segment of their news report. Is what the professor is actually saying. About the situation there on the Korean Peninsula any stock in some about the the recent impeachment of the you know the Korean officials consummate yeah that's turning ugly real Don jets. Yes that's the yeah that's a lively little situation there for those gas. But then he kind of wraps up the conversation in their. And about of course the stability with the north any comes Japanese talking about the recent use of the X nerve agent which is a weapon of mass destruction if you use it in quantity. But the use of the X nerve agent nine North Korea. To kill. A little crazy cams half brother at the airport in Malaysia. And doing so by kind of tricking. Supposedly were being reported tricking a couple of gals and thinking they were pulling a prank on like a TV show right. In this professor starts talking about you have to realize how dangerous that is I mean if if you wanna know like ally John Bolton is. Recent interview on this bright Bart serious X him. Let's talk about if you need any more proof that the North Korean leadership is bat crap crazy. Look at how they they took out this guy that was not a power threat. It was not a threatening and I'm not really very he was just they a Mal Lee half brother yeah private. Complaining because he you know not get enough in his allowance or something. And yet he was murdered assassinated taken out by. A chemical weapon via X nerve agent in broad daylight in the middle and airport in the middle of an airport and so on. Sadly. You know not enough people heard John Bolton talking on Albright bar radio and sadly this professor. Making a very salient point right now about North Korea. It's all been missed because everybody is a way to entertained. In is a bad idea that your kids do stuff like that but everybody's. This has gone viral because of what those two little kids in the end and the lady. Are doing in the background and not what this knowledgeable. Man is saying to the BBC present her right. And act I have posted several articles recently about North Korea and of course they've had these missile launches and where. Some of them was it just last week landed within 200 miles. Of the Japan. I really think I and I hope I'm wrong I would love to be absolutely wrong about this but I think. The North Korea situation the Korean Peninsula could be the dark horse is she that shapes. Much of this current presidency and possibly the next one and is 9/11 did for. George Bush and Barack Obama. Yeah I act I agreed that there's probably more there than meets the guy and I I have. To wonder you know we prepare. From a military standpoint from from big things you know we prepare from. For missile attacks and we prepare for invasions and repair for all these things but the way it it's very telling the way that they were able to pull this off with his half brother yet. And how easy would that be to do here. I mean you want or even in Seoul. Anywhere really or for that matter what you think about culture in America right now you throw a camera on your shoulder. And and you want a buddy go out with this you know on a spray bottle and a rag. And you walk up to two people and say hey you know we're John and Jack and we're gonna shoot some funny reaction videos for our YouTube channel. We earlier sprayed at random do in the face with a spray bottle and then wipe it down with this rack yeah. And then and then run off. We'll boom yet now how many people could you do that 200 day. Thousands you know what would it take a walk into a restaurant sprayed on the salad Bork net aid that's been. None of investment info and another thing that we have talked about here. In not just recently we've we've talked about it and well over a year ago and talking about the North Korean situation under you know while. Barack Obama was still president. And things were going on there. What happens if you know him as I with the US is not gonna do the first strike okay. We brought it up well over a year ago what happens if South Korea and Japan and start thinking. You know we've got kind of good things going on here in our own respective countries that you know free economies in hammered democratic. Form of government everything. And this guy in North Korea is so bat guano crazy week we've we've got to do something. Not so far fetched anymore it was reported by the the AP. Tim Kelly and no blue hero coup boat. Good job. Analysts as good as I and in the man as North Korean missile threat grow roots. Japan lawmakers. Argue. For first strike option any fuel also added that. Not too terribly long ago Japan and change their constitution so that they can now deploy troops outside of Japan and they were. Basically a home defense JDF yeah. And now. Because if Japan. Ops for a first strike well wherein it. Or they go to South Korea because I've got another article here South Korea. US and Japan defense officials. Discuss response to North Korean missile threat so maybe. When the US for a sleeve maybe the South Koreans and the Japanese restaurant in together and talk in over their options but if if if they go. If they decide to do something on their own. We're where we're at my welcome we've got a mayor and I were in it up to the tune of about a 100000 people because you've got. In mood towards a 30000 or so on the Korean on South Korea and sound of that peninsula. You've got to you know 50000 or so in numb. Japan and then Moore oak a novel and some of the other Pacific island Philippines and sue where in. The F that we don't have to me in and of course in end the crisis staff the radical Islamic stuff. The Russia stuff is all you know that's the headline grabbing stuff. Well losing bed with North Korea win win win parts of those missiles and you know get get shown on wherever when their recovered. If this and I Iranian nuclear missile test they're getting partial North Korean North Korea's you know vice Versa. You know other Sharon and tell you know they're sharing technology lately so be it. It is it not one in the same thing. Each you know is to. It it bears discussing and nobody really other than you these articles and a little blurb in a may be on main mainstream television media. Any don't talk radio you know you hear the other good shows that he feared that it doesn't get a lot of discussion. I I hope I'm wrong. But I think this could be a a a dark course pivotal defining issues. For this president tell you heard it here first we'll see if that comes true when we come back. You know what we'll talk about the hammering or photo scandal briefly. And well the collar drops so. We won't do well on the photos and and I salute deserves rods history. And Libya or do you check in John welcome back final segment of salute to service and the great things about doing this show and especially here almost six or Debbie Doherty is the audience. Great audience as we we're just talking about the Korean Peninsula especially the at bat crap crazy. Regime in North Korea and got a really good. Text. Hey guys two questions if Israel could take out new facilities and Iraq and Syria why can't or shouldn't we take out new facilities North Korea to protect us and the world. And two is there a better example of the total useless in this in the United Nations in his dealings with North Korea going back its fourth 1950 from colonel dead yes I am encouraged and I again it great points there in one of the things when I shared. One of these stories one of the several stories have put on our FaceBook page FaceBook dot com slash a BO Ortiz salute service. Was. You know historical hindsight it really makes you wish she can get back in time and and slap Truman upside the head Tom DeLay at MacArthur do. Yeah what you don't want to do and maybe we wouldn't have this situation now but as far as selective. Strikes up there to take out their nuclear facilities. So if you do that so they can't produce anymore. You have or what have you done any thing about what they've got. And they've obviously also got the X nerve agent where that they've made it they bought it. From a nation state or. Into black and weapons lighthearted Valerie Taylor an independent here and independent retailer. There's some pyramid scheme or whatnot. We we know they've got it any and its other independent boring sort foreign sources in law enforcement sources from Malaysia. You know confirming that that they've they've gotten their hands on that and the other thing. As somebody enough. Almonte discussion must yeah bring in this stuff up well a couple of surgical strikes around on the Pyongyang in and we take care this problem is. You know you've got a population there. You know three for May being you know more generations. That have grown up under the Kim regime. That every one of those guys is is bat crap crazy. And it due to the propaganda. In the abuse. If you've got the what 90% or better the population mayor. That if we just walked up clear and we're trying to give food. To these starving people they would run away from us in fear. And I mean if you think Amro just think back to world war two and after. Analysts say may be a a decade of that and heavy militarized. Culture of Japan. And you head the the Marines off what island was it wholesale aside Saipan. Where the Marines in the army here they are trying to on loudspeakers Chantilly people come out we're not gonna hurt she we've got food medical care and you've got. Entire families people holding their children and their arms running and jumping off of cliffs. You've got a very similar mentality. With many of the I hesitate to call on citizens. But I southern subjects the the the prisoners they hear that that are the citizens of North Korea so I'd. I don't think this things as simple as able Estes 50 firm put a couple of Smart bombs down the smokestacks of the facility that's making their nuclear materials well okay they don't make anymore. But then they've already got sun we know they've got nerve agent we know they've you know no telling what else. They may have set. I mean I don't wanna paint this as anything other than a very delicate and complicated situation because that's exactly. What it is. My concern with this whole thing is that you know when when Israel. Ran though strikes yet. There was. A diplomatic solution on the back in another words there was enough diplomacy going on from the US and other countries in the Middle East that prevented a war from breaking out yet. I don't know that that would be possible. With North Korea North Korea yeah I don't know that if we went over there in and drop some bombs on them that there would be a B a diplomatic back door to prevent. Hundreds of thousands of north Koreans from spilling across the border yeah North Korea are now I think Maria in there's a great book on math on that particular event for the Israeli Air Force did that the called raid on the sun and it's actually contains interviews with the Israeli fighter pilots that flew that mission. And yes that's it's it that's not an apples to apples comparison. I don't and now of course on the neo fight when he comes today you know the the the foreign foreign policy of the the Korean Peninsula or anywhere in that matter. Another good text here hey guys China is the world's largest standing army. Is North Korea's most important ally China as part of the alliance known as the Shanghai cooperative cooperation organization. Which Russia is also part of this could be world war three in no time. I admit it and it could Andrew Kennedy need even though the Chinese there's Afghan other articles. I have been reading a lot about North Korea lately you know the Chinese are trying to. Kind of word by sighs Alison hey way to this this takes a witness this stopper ramping up this Saber rattling. Let's let's let's calm down a little bit the Chinese it at least. Publicly and they're trying to be a bit of a voice of reason. Well lit little Jessie the other day remembering we put that. Anti missile defense system yes and we brought that down and in the South Korea and the Chinese and start talking about to train to run and into each other in the middle of the night whatever that was all about half. Yes so are are you wanna get a little chest in NTELOS oh you're treading on dangerous ground. Both Smart actors ground since yeah. Since like you what when did that start Knight was at 1950. Or 51 in I mean it. In again from having spent fifteen months over there. That's tough terrain man ain't coarse skin grief if he's never watched documentary about the Korean the Korean War. And you know that the the terrain and day I mean it's it's like all mountains rice paddies and rivers. Elicits a village or town in the you know that's those are your terrain feature two very rugged. Very tough weather conditions in summer and winter yet you know. Fall and in spring. Art you know basically. Relatively good weather bit. Is it's a company and it and it very you know very large population centers there on on both sides. Again. In just my reading in and multiple news sources seem these articles come up over and over. It's like I think this and I hope I'm wrong I hope I'm wrong. But this could be eighty. Very. Defining. Watershed type situation. Four MC is not just gonna affect this particular presidency mean it will it will affect American citizens you talk about. How many times we've had a guest talk about it that with. Iraq and Afghanistan. Most people were not impacted by that unless they deployed themselves or their spouse or their son or daughter. Nobody was affected you still got what you and your daily routine was what it was eighty. Conflict the conflict going full scale hot again on the Korean Peninsula. Would change that and I'm not the only thinks that. Well I have to wonder to what it you know China's China is a staunch ally of a North Korea without a doubt I am and they always have been. But now that there there. Financial situation yeah changes in the doors of kinda opened a trade wise yes the US and other countries around the world. What does China stand to gain. By backing up. North Korea I think China would love to have a a a stable. Normal Communist North Korea but what they guy is a bat crap crazy neighbor. Gotten yeah I mean you're saying they Don and I you know I it's aunts and of course we're out of time another shell and they can thanks for listening will see again or hear you again next Saturday same bat time same bat channel. 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