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he's involved in however he's involved in these super american activity of selling weapons to kill lots of people so i'm not sayin don't attack the trump administration go to town my. golf course go in there like a midlife crisis trying to get his ball out of the rough. can't like go to town on drama. you're working for a war profiteer you ask. plus. plus our buddy joe johnson publishing opinion pieces in the washington post the pieces have not disclosed that he works for a defense contractor that stands to profit from d.h. as business so it turns out that johnson's moral high horse is actually an f. thirty five fighter jets. moving on obama's former domestic policy council
director melody barnes has said trump doesn't show any basic human decency and i would agree with her if it weren't coming from someone who also word for a defense contractor earning upwards of two hundred grand a year to the stronger the world in fact booz allen hamilton has been helping to poor and separate families and getting paid millions to do it well so melody barnes gets to keep her moral outrage her quarter million dollars a year and her hobby of helping destroy families what a lucky lady i guess i guess i guess women can have it all. foreigners was also hired by hoover and twenty sixteen in case you've forgotten or has had one scandal after another plus recent studies have shown that somewhere between ten and thirty percent of drivers are actually losing money by working the job that's. like the
worst job i ever imagined i have another you come work your ass off for me and in return seven dollars an hour you'll pay me seven dollars a day. if you work really hard knock it down to three. former transportation secretary ray la hood to join barnes on policy advice advisory board and obama's two thousand and eight campaign manager david pluff worked as a senior v.p. at the company. that. revolving doors of obama officials that is a may warning though if you get involved in a revolving door sort of. take it slow slow have a sponsor wear comfortable shoes i can't stress that enough cannot stress it enough . eric holder was obama's attorney general who refused to prosecute a single banker after the two thousand and eight collapse so you won't be surprised
to hear holder is now a partner at the law firm of covington and burling which specializes in work on behalf of the banking industry obama's assistant a.j. lanny breuer is also a partner at covington and burling and on their website this is true he says he works on helping clients navigate financial fraud investigations anti corruption matters money laundering investigations here. help. a. that's like saying i help people navigate sexual harassment if you slap a woman on the ass make sure you pretend you saw a bug. preying mantis i thought i saw you there i just help you navigate a me too moment right there if you need help navigating a corpse give me a call i got a wood chip s.e.c. chair mary shapiro now advises financial firms and serves on the board of morgan stanley. and as we mentioned last week former treasury secretary timothy geithner
is now president of the private equity firm world bird pincus which owns mariner finance and installment a lender that targets poor families with high interest loans i you know i half expect to see jim have inspectors it tim geithner around the holidays just grabbing fistfuls of cash out of the salvation army pocket and then just running away as he cackles like warren. former white house spokesman jay carney says he worried he's worried about the country's credibility under trump but that high sense of credibility seemed a little blunted when he joined amazon as senior vice president in march twenty fifteen he joined a company that is the appear to be treating their workers like piles of dogs that are then run over by
a truck and then the truck crashes into like more of the so there's just jad bodies and dogs everywhere and then jeff bezos walks like welcome to your new home. and carneys job was to publicly attack anyone who said amazon treated their workers like dogs but brad my favorite is obama's secretary of agriculture tom vilsack he's now advocating for some of the country's big is the dairy interests including ok i have see taco bell and pizza hut as president of the us dairy export council yeah the guy who used to be in charge of making sure america was healthy and eating right is a lobbyist for taco bell. everybody is growing children will need law. it's a vitamin c.
day and chalupa ok they need to loop which is crammed down their pristine faces so they can grow up to be gorditas. and for anyone who says k.f.c. doesn't treat their chickens nicely that is not true oh those are not chickens right you. grow more up in a lab without a head's all right there actually you misheard us their chick ends there the second half of the chicken and say again. i like to laugh is like half second half. and finally let's not forget obama himself in order to get paid for his clubs just she was given four hundred thousand dollars from wall street for a single speech as a thank you for wall street for letting them abuse the american people every
goddamn day for never asking whether there's a better path forward for never oppression and pressuring them to come up with an economy that works for everybody instead of just the rich they said thank you all but here's a bag of cash so to say you get it now is the trouble miss ration corrupts absolutely is the obama administration corrupt absolved. and while they want you while the obama administration that you the people used to be there want you to care about stopping donald trump the last administration or enriching themselves in the household the halls of war profiteers and wall street banks how do you watch it do you see the value.
thank you. well from honestly now let's take the news from behind as you know i try to avoid whichever stories attract the mainstream media's frantic idiocy each week but i also know that some of you probably want to know who to trust on the latest hysteria does your for example robert muller just indicted twelve russians for supposedly orchestrating a cyber attack on the d.n.c. meanwhile longtime veteran of the intelligence community and former weapons inspector scott ritter has published a column in troop dig this weekend titled indictment of twelve russians under the shiny wrapping a political act and he points out that there is one major problem with the indictment it doesn't prove that which it asserts and it's not backed up by anything that demonstrates how these connections were made so who to trust well i'd
say scott ritter was a weapons inspector in iraq and said loudly and publicly that there were no weapons of mass destruction as you might recall our government then did not listen to him and as you might recall we then went on to kill a million people in iraq totally not cool. we did not play well with others we we would fail kindergarden so hard. for our is. what robert voller what was he doing in the run up to the iraq war i'm glad you asked. secretary powell presented evidence last week that baghdad has failed to disorder its weapons of mass destruction and willfully attempting to of the to deceive the international community. our particular concern is that saddam hussein may supply terrorists with biological chemical or radiological material. well. that guy was really wrong he would he was
more wrong than the guy who told disney to spend three hundred million on making john cargher words which was ultimately watched by seven people. if you include international nine people. as you saw in that clip robert muller helped us go into iraq hell just kill a million people in iraq you know what i'm not going to take his word ever again that's what i've decided. or anyone who said would you do that in fact in fact i don't think anyone should trust that guy on anything even years from now when he says he's in a retirement home and he tells his son where you have been an important. if i were his son. about they had tapioca i. remember the wm do you think. so i hope that helps you all with your analysis of the situation moving on the
inter-american court of human rights has ruled in support of julius songes freedom say yes. day he deserves release and safe passage but that hasn't stopped the british and ecuadorian authorities for entering into talks with the u.s. to a victim julian assigns i'm so sick of people saying from doesn't work with other countries this is this is beautiful this is and our mainstream media and the democrats and the republicans in congress are all in just joyous agreement let's imprison and torture this juror was. told. to give joining together the world's artificial intelligence experts have joined together to sign a pledge aimed at averting a dystopian future with robots flying around and killing everybody. i'm totally one . you guys on that i really well let's not do the robot death squads
thing i just you know lactose intolerant robot that's what intolerant. god set right. the problem is despite all these scientists joining together and say exist stop this weapons contractors say let's do the robot death squads thing that will make a lot of money from selling them to authoritarian regimes and what's the worst that happened. was with the whole killer robots thing there is the problem of who do you prosecute for wrongdoing i mean you can't exactly prosecutor toaster for burning you. although i did i did once take a vibrating at a trial but you know funny story actually. you know another time another. however when it's when it's humans committing the crimes you can sometimes
actually see justice this week a two year pro by the all party parliamentary group on drones claims that british military personnel could be prosecuted for murder and complicity in alleged war crimes which you. could see. it's an exciting development but again i would file that under. what were you there just because someone's pushing a bible instead of pulling a trigger it's no longer murder well you know you see it's not murder because i went like this. that. you see you see that you see the difference so you did this murder all right this. secretarial work. we have to go to a quick break but i'll be right back. it's
a very rough terrain of sorts rough climates and you have to fight to be able to them if. it was gunshots on top of them and so many friends they would have been going to make and i mean. you do not. apply don't let me back up. you know i don't when you see a better body in the truth and is ready to put you straight in the good. old to me but with me. you don't think about this movie so good on you've got three to play and you know i do another patients.
so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy fun for him to let it be an arms race based on often spearing dramatic developments only loosely i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. to. some people something. they use indigenous people. that. was the tweet. mostly he should say that. he came.
out of a sudden a man just back and told me to tell you which time. i said i will enter it in if they will not allow me. if they will shoot we. i don't. mean you and indeed i'm not i'm not picking on you need to be indicted because how didn't go by that feeling and i am that i think i'm a total i mean because. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each day. eighty five percent of the global wealth you long for the old for rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent from its last year some with four hundred to five hundred trade per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty
thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar ai industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need remember it was one business show you can afford to miss the one and only. welcome back welcome back if you didn't think it was possible for wal-mart to sink any lower with its use of overseas for label labor and abysmal treatment of their in-store labor then break out the shovels all right they there is only one a patent for an odd. surveillance system that will spy on their employees conversations with customers i guess they figured while they're all about prices might as well roll back privacy rights to. the roll back machine out for more on
this we go to our senior wal-mart bathroom user natalie mcneal. manoli this is marvel now we have recorded workers is pretty standard i mean have you never heard the phrase this call may be monitored or recorded for quality assurance because as someone who was threatened physical violence against comcast customer service i've heard that phrase a lot. so not as much as the phrase you're not allowed within five hundred feet of this comcast office. ok but just because it's already happening doesn't make it ok or less authoritarian. what's the point of the technology other than just to spy on americans that's old is that would increase worker efficiency and want more isn't exactly the beacon of speedy service i mean if they were they wouldn't hire greeters who look like they went to high school with jesus. and they know jesus is the only person that could get you out of the wal-mart checkout line under thirty
minutes. it's why wal-mart says this audio surveillance technology could be used to monitor the performance of one more employees at a time and measure one or more metric simultaneously like items per bag and line length blindly think guess greeting or any combination anything from an employee that isn't simple welcome to wal-mart could slow down the checkout process that's why it's important to monitor for problem phrases like how is your day going fellow human or. is you know you could get this for cheaper at target. or or or. out tell you where the walton family can shove their surveillance system . isn't a sign of a fish and say it's a slippery slope in a modern slavery just a few months ago amazon patented a wristband that tracks their employees' hand movements and buzzes them if they do something wrong that's
a bad thing for them in that respect trumps hand every time you sign an executive order. thank you we don't know which one sucked because they don't look like he signed them during an earthquake. was. terrible decisions we devoid at work if we have those oh you want to second don't know what but. about the press an elevator button that's already been pressed but. using the office microwave to cook any fish. right was the only makes us better know it makes us robots for jobs that could be done by robots and it shows us how much workers rights have dissolved walmart amazon workers could unionize they could fight this instead we have corporations who c.e.o.'s make thousands of times more than their employees and normalise wearable
spyware next thing you'll tell me they have a patent on audio sensors in the bathroom so they can see how long employees take on this break i highly highly doubt that. now when i'm the one who has the patent on school stereo. dear god and as much as my cable cuts out i've got conned cast employees are playing candy crush in the bathroom stall instead of pooping. stop playing games on the throne so i can watch game of thrones now yes. a jackass was marco's of what not to do ireland has actually shown the world what we should be doing to break this down we sent correspondent john a full dollar ireland and he filed this. reporter. ireland is a magical country full of wonder. and i'm not just saying that
because my last name is o'donnell and as an american i feel utterly disconnected from my heritage and some overcompensating by romanticizing and idealizing a far off land especially relative to the box of corruption that my country has become that's what i'm doing i'm giving credit where credit is due the republic of ireland will become the world's first country to sell off its investments in basel fuel companies after a bill was passed with all party support in the lower house of parliament that's right ireland is the first twenty three in the world poised to divest from fossil fuel that's a big deal because climate change is a real and serious issue. anyway i know it all you news junkies are thinking right now. didn't like norway divest from fossil
fuels like last november shot it now turns norway's huge one trillion dollars sovereign wealth fund has only partially divested from fossil fuels yeah. you know your way. you really hear that sends very often it's usually you trump or you wall street or you john stop swapping out my face cream for salsa cone case so it's gross come on ireland bring me back to my happy place i really was decision to advance the boycott bill could be the tipping point for justice for palestine. ireland said it recently passed the control of economic activity occupied territories bill which bans the importation of all products coming from the illegal
israeli occupied territories in jerusalem and there was but a new. leader while in america our lawmakers are trying to pass the israel anti boycott act which would criminalize participation in certain political boycotts targeting israel. as so i think it's fair to say we're kind of going in the other direction on this one we're going in the press free speech domestically in order to better prop up an apartheid regime abroad direction it's simple choice bold in its own cowardly sort of way. hey francis black the irish senator who introduced the boycott will knock my socks off the occupied territories is a vying to piece of legislation it calls on our end to stand up for international human rights and justice in palestine these settlements built on occupied territory
are war crimes they're condemned as illegal by our government and international courts empty rhetoric simply has not worked as long as we buy their stone and call it as long as they stay profitable noting will change day i'm not going to be on our socks were a month to do magin any us politician ever standing up for palestinian rights like that even bernie sanders would be like. talk about. i just thought of something in addition to being irish i'm jewish on my mother's side i suddenly feel so toward the way judaism is a nationality it's a religion my family is from romania what do you got for miral mania. tens of thousands protest against corruption in romania. well work on
its reporting from our. productive tonight. there are your headlines from the future next thursday you'll read. new wal-mart listening bought collects one hundred twenty two thousand employee conversation the first week then takes own life due to boredom. and coming up in august. after request a sell out goes largely unanswered joe biden exams twenty five dollar offer to speak of comic on. that side show but i have a lot of comedy shows coming up in indianapolis in denver and right here in washington d.c. i'm sure. details can call us at redacted to night on twitter until next time good all right thank you.
jeff far away. down there in acapulco he does the dollar vigilante and he's an anarchist and that is anarchy it's anarchy in that there is no centralized authority that is corrupt of all that leads to all kinds of bad outcomes when you have anarchy we've got to centralization of power you know you have the wherewithal to have a more peaceful existence. four men are sitting in a car when the fifth gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what. one of them is on the death row
there's no way he could have done it there's no possible way because the oldest did not shoot around a corner. we are going through a dramatic economic and social and cultural transformation that women want to participate gay lesbian people want immigrants want rights in many cities are saying that's my way but there are more traditional parts of the society that are saying look i don't want that i live in a more rural community i believe we shouldn't have one. i believe in a country that's divided as much as any in the world we actually have to localise our government. exists is harder than kentucky. with all of this movement boyce's people very funny zareen.
a co money city with almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone or the pay rises to. live to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's how it's happened. to.
me i think if you. had gone to not say a palestinian teenager into many killed by israeli soldiers at the gaza border with a thousand other protesters in get this working without saying who's caught up in the rest. we just woke up from inhaling and suffocate think it guys. the no one ever. calls in the u.s. to stop law enforcement using amazon's facial recognition to offer wrongly matched photos of members of congress with criminals and tech giants like the spotify and tesla are suffering huge losses in profits we look at how this is threatening the livelihoods of thousands of employees.