The Jesse Kelly Show - Hour 1: American Values

Episode Date: November 18, 2023

What are "American Values"? Can a country's values change overtime? These are the things woven into a DNA of our country. Manipulated by a culture that has lost it's way. America was FOUNDED on Freedom FROM the government. What you need to do before you decide to become a radio host. A feminized society that has gotten emotional to the realities of warfare. Nations have forgot how to wage war. The Pacific War in Color. Israel's greatest failure.See for privacy information.

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Starting point is 00:01:01 This is the National. Watch Free On CBC Jam. This is the Jesse Kelly Show. It is the Jesse Kelly Show! Let's have some fun! On a Friday, and it's gonna be such a great Friday. You know the best part about this Friday. Yes, it's gonna be the Ask Doctor Jesse questions we'll get to those in a few. The best part about this Friday is this.
Starting point is 00:01:40 There are no major stories. Doesn't... doesn't that feel good? That for once we're not sitting down here in this some disaster, the world is falling... I mean, yeah, I've been... They're wrong, there's no problems, they'll get me wrong, but... There are no gigantic major stories, so here's what we have. One, I'm gonna go off on something briefly to open up the show about crime. Yes, I will get to go off on something briefly to open up the show about crime. Yes, I will get to emails, Chris, anyway.
Starting point is 00:02:07 Then we'll, we're going to dig into your stuff. Questions like, what are American values? People talk about that a lot, but what are they? Someone wants to be a radio host. We have a couple questions about kind of military tactics, strategy, overall things, as it pertains to Israel, Hamas, warfare, things like that. Somebody's ex-wife is a commie hag. Someone wants to talk about the fall of a Syria. All that and so much more is coming up tonight
Starting point is 00:02:37 on the world famous Jesse Kelly show. I'm gonna hit this headline and then I'm gonna move on. It's an ass-doctor Jesse Day and I wanna get to those, but there's just something that grades on me. A lot. And one of the things that grades on me is how how the system, it's specifically the media. Let's talk about the media here, although this definitely applies to education, politicians, so on and so forth. How the system is constantly making excuses for the most detestable people on the planet
Starting point is 00:03:12 and it helps nobody, nobody. This is the headline from the New York Post, it drives me insane. And I just wanna make sure you understand an 85 year old man in Midtown Manhattan was tossed onto the subway tracks. By the grace of God, he's still alive, but was tossed onto the subway tracks that could easily have been death like that. He was tossed onto the subway tracks by a Mr. Britain Jones, a 30 year old man who tossed an 85 year old man on the subway tracks.
Starting point is 00:03:56 And this is the headline and it's going to sound innocuous but it tries me up the wall. You see this all the time. Headline. Attacker who randomly shoved 85-year-old man under the New York City subway tracks is arrested. This is a subtle thing the media does all the time and I can't stand it. Did you hear what they said? It's just a subtle little thing that they do it all the time. Randomly shoved an 85 year old man. Why do you think every time some scumbag throws someone onto the tracks, it's a man who's 9,000 years old or an Asian woman who weighs 65 pounds.
Starting point is 00:04:43 Do you know why? Because they're not, quote, mentally ill, although they may be that too. It's not random. They're violent, vile animals who should be thrown into a dungeon for the rest of their lives.
Starting point is 00:04:57 But the media bends over backwards at all times to make excuses for violent criminals while at the same time always painting you and me in the worst possible light. And they do it in subtle ways like this, a random attack. Totally, it's not a random attack. That scumbag, that 30 year old loser,
Starting point is 00:05:18 I guarantee he walked by four or five Italian dudes who would have lit his world up on his way to the 85 year old man who tossed him and tossed him onto the subway. You know why? Because it wasn't random. He's not insane. He's not mentally ill. He's an animal. He's been raised to be an animal for 30 years and now he's a subhuman who looks around for innocent people he can hurt. Stop making excuses for the vio filth in our society. There?
Starting point is 00:05:50 That's the last time I'm going to get my blood pressure up I hope today. Yeah it is Chris. I'm fine. We're going to move on. I know it's a small thing. I can't stand it. Let's do this. American values.
Starting point is 00:06:00 That's a good question. Jesse, I'm confused a little. As far apart as they are both Republican and Democrats, AKA communists, they use to term American values. They certainly can't be talking about the same values. Okay. Well, let's have a very uncomfortable, probably offensive conversation. Maybe you've learned, used those terms, American values. Well, first of all, let's have a little debate just you and me talking. A country's values can they change over time? Can a country value one thing now and then value something totally opposite and different
Starting point is 00:06:48 over a period of time, 100 years, 200 years, I would argue that a country very much can change. You can look at any country in the world over time, the values of the country change. Now there are certain things that seem to be kind of woven into the DNA of nations and they can't shake it no matter how much the values change, but overall values can change. Okay, what's an example of that? Let's talk about the DNA thing before we talk about changing values. What's a country besides ours? France. You know what the French do? They protest a lot. And it's not just a 2023 thing. There is always a French protest going on in the streets.
Starting point is 00:07:37 They're always messing up in the streets. They're always angry about something from the days, from before the days of Louis the 14th to now the French protest. Whether it's World War One or King Louis or today, the French are people. It's in their DNA. When they get ticked off, they grab the signs, they grab the pitchforks and they head to the streets. Sometimes they grab a guillotine and they head to the streets. What's in the DNA of Americans? Well, we're going to get to the bad stuff about how our values have changed, what they were versus what they are. But what is in the DNA of Americans? If I could pick honestly one thing, it would be guns. Americans love their guns and believe me, I count myself among them.
Starting point is 00:08:28 Americans have simply woven it into our DNA. Our founders were in fattic about guns because why were they so emphatic about it? Because they had seen what had happened when you took them away from people and also they saw the result of having an armed population and how they could toss off in evil government. And so that's, look, the second amendment, you realize this, this pause on this for a moment, here's a little just brief American history.
Starting point is 00:08:56 Do you understand, does everyone understand that the Bill of Rights actually wasn't necessary? All of those rights in the Bill of Rights? You already had those rights after the standard Constitution. But they were so infatic about those rights. They decided to print a Bill of Rights just to drive home the fact you need to own guns. Guns are how you stay free, own guns. You have to have free speech.
Starting point is 00:09:27 You have to have your private property. You have, they were that infatic about it. They came up with the, the consider the Bill of Rights and exclamation point. Bold letters underlined. This is what it is. And that, we have carried that to this day. One of the reasons that we don't already have
Starting point is 00:09:48 a chairman, Mao, like cultural revolution in this country, and I would argue the only reason is because this country is absurdly armed. My favorite statistic I think on the planet is this, American civilians own more guns and more ammunition than every single branch of the American military and every single law enforcement agency combined. If you combined all that, the military law enforcement agencies, you combined all them into one big pool. The American civilian owns more guns and more ammunition by orders of magnitude than any
Starting point is 00:10:32 of them combined. You look at nations across the planet, that's insane. Nobody else does that. And I don't mean insane bad. I mean, insane good. No one else has that woven into their DNA. Americans do guns. We own firearms.
Starting point is 00:10:47 Whether you do personally or not, doesn't matter. That is woven into the DNA of Americans. And you've seen this time and time again, with our military history. We have had times in our military history where we have struggled with this, struggled with these tactics here or this training here. But you know what, Americans have always been good at?
Starting point is 00:11:08 Guns. Americans that we've just always been able to shoot, whether it's a rifle, whether it's artillery, whatever it is, Americans own guns. That is part of the American DNA now, and it has not changed for 200 plus years. It's who we are. Now, let's talk about Democrats, Republicans, American values. What are they? Have they changed? Let's dig into that. Before we do that, let's dig into Black Friday. Oh, I know, that's not supposed to be until next week,
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Starting point is 00:12:39 Name me a time. Well, the time is now Black Friday specials at chock. Go get one. American values, what are they? Next. Jesse Kelly returns. Next. It is the Jesse Kelly show on an ass. Dr. Jesse Friday. The question was American values. What do they mean? What do they mean? What first of all, let's understand something. American values today from both Republicans and Democrats, frankly, look nothing like they used to look. Here's what American values actually are and what they should be. And maybe this is going to sound radical to you. And I would argue if this does sound
Starting point is 00:13:24 radical to you, you don't have to feel bad about you. And I would argue if this does sound radical to you, you don't have to feel bad about yourself, but I would argue that maybe you've been manipulated by a culture that has lost its way. What are American values? Government sucks. It really comes down to that. American values are the government
Starting point is 00:13:48 government itself It should only be allowed to do a couple things because government crushes the people and fringes on people's rights holds back people's prosperity government has to be fenced in and guarded, or it will blow up on you and turn into tyranny. That is, look, you can basically break down every Federalist paper, the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, it all comes down to that. The federal government should be limited. You're only allowed to do these things. If they dare to even kind of step out of doing these things, then the people's freedom will
Starting point is 00:14:38 be crushed. That is what America is. And I want to emphasize this, and I know it sounds like a dumb point, and're an anti-communist so you're going to get this but I guarantee your friend Norm doesn't. He will stand up at a football game or watch one on TV and put his hand over his heart and he'll sing the Land of the Free. Look, see how great that was, Chris. A million times in his life without actually considering what does that mean?
Starting point is 00:15:06 Free. Free freedom. Free. No, freedom is not free. Freedom from the government. That's what American values are. That's what American, I take that back. That's what they were.
Starting point is 00:15:22 That's what American values should be. But what we have allowed to happen over two centuries is those values have completely flipped upside down. You see this over and over and over again, not just from the left. You see it from the right. You don't hear genuine outcry. And again, I'm not talking about you. I know you're fine. You don't hear genuine outcry about reducing the size of the government. You never hear it. It never comes up at all, reducing the size of the government, cutting programs.
Starting point is 00:16:03 I remember standing up running as a young hothead for Congress, talking about my intention to slash government programs. And almost every question I got from the audience was, well, wait a minute, not this program, right? And it was always a program that pertained to the people. We have lost what it means to be free. Now people want the government to take care of them. People want the government to care for them.
Starting point is 00:16:41 And they believe the government should care for them. That's what people believe. And now we've gotten to the point where we've gotten so comfortable with the government growing and infringing on us that Chris, look, grab something on this. If you have it, any one of the eight million times Biden or any one of them has said no amendment is absolute. Now I'm going to say something and I don't want you to take it the wrong way but it's true. And believe me, I'm not suggesting anything. But do you understand in the year, let's call it the year 1800, If any American politician uttered the words, no amendment is absolute,
Starting point is 00:17:31 that American politician would not only lose their next election easily, they would probably be impeached and would very likely have to leave their hometown because they'd be in physical danger. That's how much Americans valued their rights in their freedom. These days, it rolls off the tongue. They just say it all the time. No amendment. No amendment to the Constitution is absolute. Second amendment, those of
Starting point is 00:17:56 these in absolute, like any other amendment is not absolute. We talk like there's no amendment, it's absolute. When the matter was passed. They. Yeah, and that's not just Joe Biden. That has simply become part of how they talk. They know amendments absolute. That would have had you in serious trouble. Look, listen, this is the governor of New York. Also, we're very focused on the data we're collecting from surveillance efforts.
Starting point is 00:18:23 What's being set on social media platforms? And we have launched an effort to be able to counter some of the negativity and reach out to people when we see hate speech being spoken about on online platforms. I want you to imagine in the year 1800 the governor of New York sending out a memo to the people that the government will read their letters from now on. And if the government doesn't like the content of those letters, they will send troops to their home. That governor would probably have to leave the state of New York in the dark of night. Today, no one bats an eye.
Starting point is 00:19:03 Unless you listen to this show, you probably even heard those comments, values have changed and not for the better. Now, part of that is our corporate landscape as well. It goes from education, it goes to corporate, it's the media, look at it, and part of that, we fund part of it. Corporations, I've got somebody who caved earlier, bought some more, I'll talk to him in just a little bit.
Starting point is 00:19:29 But look, we have got to be more purposeful with where we spend our money because the corporations in America are destroying our freedom just as fast as the government is. They are a critical propaganda arm for the communist in this country. It does matter that you have a cell phone with Verizon, with T-Mobile, with AT&T. It does matter. You can switch to pure talk and get the same coverage, spend less money and you're not paying somebody who takes your money and abuses your freedom with it.
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Starting point is 00:20:36 Someone has a couple military collections as it pertains to Israel, Hamas and such. Hang on. Jesse Kelly. and such. Hang on. Jesse Kelly. Back soon. It is the Jesse Kelly show on a Friday. I said, this is the best. I love it.
Starting point is 00:20:55 You know what, let's do this real quick. Jesse, what does it like to be a radio host? I'm thinking about being one myself when I get older and I wanted to know what you think I'm 13 and I listen to you Also, would you mind if you do read my question on the air do it in the first hour of your show? What's it like being a radio host? Well Okay, let me say something And I don't mean this to be at all insulting
Starting point is 00:21:23 For for kids out there who are listening, who maybe want to do what I do. I really am not insulting your age. I'm not, but I will say this. And, you know, the right wing media sphere, the pundits, radio host, TV host, writers, things like that. People who are political when they're younger, like you, they will look at that and it's appealing.
Starting point is 00:21:52 I will caution you about this though. Two things, one, why is it appealing to you? And I'm not trying to be your dad, just hear me out here. What is appealing about it? If you find it appealing because you're contributing to the fight and you want to maybe help people, maybe help, help the country, you look at it as a way to be an activist, then that's good. That's good. That's good. But be honest with yourself If you find it appealing Because of the fame and the fortune
Starting point is 00:22:29 That's a bad reason to get into it. All right Not only is it a bad because You know for your own heart. It's bad because 99% of people never make it. This don't make it and that's not an insult to them There are a bunch of reasons I had of a whole bunch of blessings here and a whole lot of luck came my way. But 99% of people don't even make it.
Starting point is 00:22:52 So that's one. But I'm not trying to disheartening you. I'm just letting, I'm just questioning your, just questioning your own motivation. That's one, two, and this is a big one. This is a really big one. I personally, whenever, whenever the opportunity comes before me, I don't seek it out.
Starting point is 00:23:07 I don't give un-solicited advice and I generally don't like un-solicited advice. But whenever a younger person, you know, one of these kids in their 20s or something like that starts to try to get into this and ask me for advice, they come to me and hey, how do I do this? How do I do that? I need advice on this.
Starting point is 00:23:26 I need advice on that. My advice for these things, I'm not saying I'm right. I'm just telling you what I believe. Go live a normal life first. If you start out, let's say you make it. Let's say you start out at 18 and you're a producer somewhere or maybe you're a boredom, you know what I mean? Or something like that somewhere,
Starting point is 00:23:48 or a writer, or you're doing this, or you're doing that, but you go right into politics and you're doing politics. Maybe you'll intern for a congressman, you're doing politics and politics and politics and politics and politics. Look, by the time you're my age, yet you are gonna know everything in the world about the constitution and the bill of Rights and all the all these other things and you'll be able to lecture somebody.
Starting point is 00:24:10 Did you know that John Adams and the Federalist paper? You will you will be the man at that, but you won't know squat about life about real life. If you enjoy this show, which obviously you do because you're listening, I would argue one of the reasons you enjoy this show besides our extreme maturity. One of the reasons you enjoy this show is because I have lived a normal life for like 36 of my 42 years on this planet. I know what it's like to be poor. I know what it's like to have bills. I know what it's like to be out of work. I know what it's like to work with my hands. Construction. I know what it's like to have bills. I know what it's like to be out of work I know what it's like to work with my hands construction. I know what it's like to work in sales You sell or you starve. I know what it's like to be a marine I did and that's not saying that I'm some great person. I'm not I'm normal. I just have lived your life If you want to do this
Starting point is 00:25:00 you can and If you're 13 and already have a heart for it, I bet you'll I bet you'll make it one day And then we'll tell you something it is really fun. It's really fun Screwing off with you all day long. You make me laugh as much as I make you laugh you realize that right? You meet head emails and phone calls that you just it makes me laugh It's a great gig. It's it's the most blessed thing in the world. I Would I would suggest you go live life for a while first and then come back to it. These people who go right into this and my personal opinion, never have anything interesting to say.
Starting point is 00:25:35 Alright, a couple Israel Hamas things. Historical oracle. Back in the day, battles were fought hand-to-hand, on and so forth fast forward to a revolutionary war the brits were ordered and dignified and they're fighting marching information. As depicted in the movies are fighting men employed tactics such as hiding behind trees. And it seemed to appall the brits the loss of innocent life is always a sad thing but for the sake of, I'll ask a elementary question as possible. Why are we the USA shocked and dismayed that Hamas is hiding behind civilians? Is it because our useless liberal media is exploiting the situation? Why can't Israel just go clean house and say, sorry for your bad luck civilians? Grab happens. Says I can use her name.
Starting point is 00:26:28 Her name is Linda. Okay, so the essence of her question is, why all this hand ringing about hiding behind civilians, why doesn't Israel just go kill them all and let God sort them out? Well, this kind of goes back to the values we were discussing before the values of America and Americans that have changed and I want to explain something there are a lot of things that go into Western values changing and changing for the worst there are many many many many many things about it the changing for the worst. There are many, many, many, many, many things about it. The weakness of men in our society We've given our society over to women and now we're a totally feminized society. I'm a Dutchman by feelings.
Starting point is 00:27:14 We have dumbed down generations so they don't know about real history, about real warfare. I mean the history stories you and I talk about here You understand how many people have never heard these stories ever. You may be have never heard these stories. You went to an American school, you graduated, maybe you went to a college and you don't even know these stories. Americans don't understand real war. They don't understand real history. Our society has been feminized. Our society has has been you know how I do this thing I've brought this up before is kind of a joke, but I'm not joking how I believe there should be feeding day at the zoo Where you can watch a lion eat a deer and people think I'm being mean. I actually love animals I'm not being mean the average American
Starting point is 00:28:00 Does not have a genuine appreciation for life and death and what death looks like. And I do not want pay-per-view gladiator fights, Chris. No, that's a lie. That's above face-like. Chris, the Jewish producer, Chris is lying right now. I do not. The gladiator theory is different. I'll get to the gladiator theory here in a moment. But we have gotten ourselves to a place where we are paralyzed by everything. Look, and there are other things that came into play here. It's not just politics and whatnot.
Starting point is 00:28:39 The photograph. The photograph did this too. People were much more pro this or pro this or pro battle when it was a letter you got back home. When you have to turn, you pull up Facebook on your phone and you see some dead Israeli kid with his guts hanging out, you all of a sudden are a lot more emotionally invested
Starting point is 00:29:01 understandably so. We are too emotional now about combat and I'm not saying we want to be callous to the loss of human life or callous to suffering. I'm not saying that at all, but we have lost in less than a hundred years we have lost any perspective at all on what it means to win a war. And what it takes to win a war. I was watching something, oh my gosh, I'm so mad at myself, I'm gonna forget the name.
Starting point is 00:29:33 I think it's on Amazon last night. I was watching the Pacific War in color, Pacific in color. It's something Pacific war in color, a lot of its home movie stuff. And I saw something last night, you know what? I'm right up against it. I'll finish that thought in just a moment.
Starting point is 00:29:49 Hang on. It is the Jesse Kelly show on a Friday. Don't forget you can still email us. We are live Jesse at Jesse Kelly Jesse at Jesse Kelly Okay, she just joining us to question was, hey, what? Why is this real messing around with this? We're worried about civilians here and civilians there. Why don't they just go clean house?
Starting point is 00:30:10 And I was talking about how society has changed its values and changed its values in such a short time. I was watching a documentary last night on, I believe it's the Pacific war in color. I think that's what it is. And I think it's free right now on Amazon if you have it. But I was watching it last night and they were going over Okinawa and remember
Starting point is 00:30:31 They're not really Japanese on Okinawa. They're Okinawans at least back then I realized that those waters have gotten more muddled now, but they were Okinawans and those people a hundred Thous thousand of them died during our battle of Okinawa. Who killed those hundred thousand? Well the Japanese killed a bunch? We killed a bunch.
Starting point is 00:31:00 Intentionally? No. Sometimes. Sometimes it was intentionally. The Japanese had dug in various caves and pits around the island. We had to get them out. You can't send people in really to a cave. It's not really possible. So it's flame thrower time, baby. Zachel charge time. Grenade time. We buried people alive. We just tossed something into the mouth of the cave. Boom! Cave entrance closes. Whoever is in
Starting point is 00:31:36 there, Japanese soldiers, women, children, they're going to slowly starve to death in the dark. Taurific, is it not? It's awful. It's awful. It's hard to watch. Very difficult to watch. Difficult to read about. It's awful.
Starting point is 00:31:53 But war is awful. And it has to be awful. It is an awful thing to gather up a bunch of guns, ammo, and go kill other people. It's an awful thing. Sometimes necessary, yes, but it's an awful, awful thing. But we have been so desensitized by so many things and at the same time, so hyper sensitized about other things that we want war to be neat and clean and nice, and we don't have appreciation for life and death
Starting point is 00:32:29 and what it actually means. And that's why, all right, we're gonna do one more on this Israel-Homosling. There were a few of these today. I just wanted to do a couple of them. We're gonna get back to other things. Oh, you're gonna love this FBI bit. All right.
Starting point is 00:32:41 Jesse, I wanna start by saying I'm not on either side. Don't keep doesn't care about what happens on the other side of the world is essentially his thing. His questions are this, how long does it take to parachute down to the ground? How long should it take the world's best Air Force to scramble a jet? Why did it take the IDF two whole hours to respond? I'm sure as soon as festival goers saw people slowly floating down with big guns, a ton of emergency response calls were made. 15 minutes to touchdown, 15 minutes to scramble, a jet, two hours to respond. If you read this, thanks for taking the time sincerely.
Starting point is 00:33:21 He didn't say I could use his name, so I will not. Okay, now let's discuss this. And I'm going to discuss this in a broad way. Why? Because the breakdown of all the failures of the IDF, the full breakdown, the full accounting has not been done yet and it will not be done until Israel is done with Hamas. Believe me, after that politicians are going to lose their career, I would be willing to bet multiple people
Starting point is 00:33:52 in intelligence. In fact, I've been told this are going to go to prison in Israel for their failures, and let me be clear about something they should. They should. It should be, it should be acknowledged here in America and everywhere else. If you fail on critical things that cost people lives in things like the military, prison time should be on the menu. Period, end of story. Okay, so there were failures. The full breakdown of who failed what where has not been totally done yet. So I can't sit here and give you a layout of exactly this is why this and this is why that. I know there's a million internet sluice out there. I'm not dealing with that until I get stuff that I could absolutely
Starting point is 00:34:34 confirm. I will say this. I will say this. One, it always helps. It has always helped me and I think it will help you. Maybe it's just because I'm a visual person. It has always helped me to look at a map. Whenever I'm dealing with or reading about any kind of conflict at all, I do two things when I'm dealing with a conflict, military conflict, when I'm reading or anything like that. Two things. I look at a map and right there,
Starting point is 00:35:03 everyone has one on their smartphone, and you don't have to look at a fan, so when you pull up your. I look at a map and right there, everyone has one on their smartphone, and you don't have to look at a fan, and when you pull up your smartphone and look at a map, I look at a map and I look at pictures. You know how we did the middle of honor citation earlier this week on Festus, of whatever, a great green beret who died. He died.
Starting point is 00:35:21 They were essentially, well, the Saga boys at the time, they were in the a Shah Valley. I was reading about the a Shah Valley in Vietnam. I've never been a Vietnam. I don't know what that looks like. I did a quick internet image search so I can at least picture in my mind. Okay, that's what the a Shah Valley looks like.
Starting point is 00:35:40 It helped me understand certain things. Maps helped me understand certain things. Maps helped me understand certain things. There's no question there were mass failures that resulted in women and children being massacred. However, they came in from the south. The music festival was in the south. Getting to the music festival was the easy part. One, two, this was very clearly something that was professionally planned for a long, long, long time. They didn't come up with this 15 minutes ahead of time. We now know for a fact it took months and months
Starting point is 00:36:21 and months. It would take months of logistical planning just to come up with a raid like this. Oh so, the jets. Jets don't do any good against people parachuting down into a crowd of innocent people. What's the jet going to do? Wave high on the way by. He can't drop a cluster bomb on him right there. You can't, a jet doesn't do any good there. You need people physically on the ground.
Starting point is 00:36:47 Israel's great failure beyond the intelligence failure was a failure to arm its citizens. They disarmed their citizens as they bordered a country full of people who want to kill them. That's wrong and it's insane and it's something they've already tried to address. I'm sure they're going to address it more in the future. It's crazy that every Israeli household is not armed to the teeth. It's insane and it's a disgusting failure by their government and hopefully one they change. All right, we're moving on. Let's talk about government. Someone's fed up with his red area, the fall of a Syria, married to an ex,
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