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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript“Of course, ladies and gentlemen, the Syrian people, those idiots, have nothing to say about this.  It’s what Americans want.  We can’t stop baby killing at abortion clinics down the street from where you’re currently listening to this broadcast, but it is of vital importance to the human race that Bashar Assad not be president of Syria any longer.  7,800 miles from where you’re listening to this broadcast, this is important business, and President Trump is awesome at it.” Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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[quoted material] U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Saturday that regime change in Syria is one of the United States’ priorities, adding that Syrian President Bashar Assad “is not the leader” Syria needs.

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Mike:  Of course, ladies and gentlemen, the Syrian people, those idiots, have nothing to say about this.  It’s what Americans want.  We can’t stop baby killing at abortion clinics down the street from where you’re currently listening to this broadcast, but it is of vital importance to the human race that Bashar Assad not be president of Syria any longer.  7,800 miles from where you’re listening to this broadcast, this is important business, and President Trump is awesome at it.

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[quoted material] In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Haley said ousting Assad is a priority for the U.S., as well as defeating the Islamic State and shrinking Iranian influence. [Mike: We have some highfaluting aspirations, don’t we? We don’t have honest mayors to run Hooterville in America, but I tell you what, when we set our minds to a regime change, you can just mark it.]

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“This is a complicated situation. There are no easy answers and a political solution is going to have to happen,” Haley said. “There’s not any sort of option where political solution is going to happen with Assad at the head of the regime . . .

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Mike:  Right here we have our first public logical fallacy.  Ms. Haley, you don’t know the future.  You’re not a prophet.  You cannot possibly say with certainty that there is no possibility for a political solution, but go ahead and say it and act as though that’s holy writ, because Nikki Haley has never been wrong.  Nikki Haley has been confirmed “USA! USA!” American awesome and 100 correct, USDA-certified correct.  It doesn’t get any more correct than that, especially when the previous six facts are to be considered.  All you need to know, this is a great excuse for war.  Let’s start another one, shall we?  Oh, because all our wars in the Mideast work out so wonderfully for the people of whatever country gets the next prize of American exceptionalism headed their way.

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[quoted material] “. . . if you look at his actions if you look at the situation, it’s going to be hard to see a government that’s peaceful and stable with Assad.”

When asked by host Jake Tapper whether it’s the position of the Trump administration that Assad cannot remain in power, Haley indicated that regime change is possible.

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Mike:  I thought the era of nation building was over. Again, the fraud that has been perpetrated on many of us, that is the Trump presidency, is showing itself to be just that.  Remember, [mocking] “Listen to me, the era of nation building is over, believe me. It’s over.” Is it?

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[quoted material] “Regime change is something that we think is going to happen because all of the parties are going to see that Assad is not the leader that needs to be taking place for Syria,” Haley said. [Mike: I have a question. Did anyone ask any Syrians any of these questions? Hey, did anyone go and ask any of the surviving Christians in Syria any of these questions?]

[Dreher] So, having bombed the only meaningful anti-ISIS power center in Syria, we are going to work now towards obliterating it. Because we’re fighting ISIS. Or something. [Mike: Are you confused by all this, folks? I certainly am.] The United State never learns. Fourteen years of screwing up the Middle East with our bad judgment, and we’re going to double down on it, under the leadership of a president who campaigned in part on reversing America’s interventionist approach to the Middle East.

Whatever else might be said of the wicked Bashar al-Assad, he does not set off bombs inside Syrian churches.

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Mike:  Let’s lob 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at those that are trying to stop the Coptic Christian killers.  What an awesome, star-spangled plan.  Can I sign up?  [mocking] “Mitter Church, I want to volunteer.  I want in.”  You see the madness here.  Folks, this is genuine madness.  Mr. Christopher, will you hand me what’s on the printer, please?

Christopher:  Are you mad?

Mike:  I am mad.  I’m going to get mad.  I’m not mad now.  If any of this makes sense to any of you, will you please call me?

Christopher:  I want to know something.

Mike:  I want to know how we’re going to mitigate this, is what I want to know.

Christopher:  I’m just curious why we’re all so mad about Trump for launching an attack without Congress approval, and still mad at Obama for not going through with it when he asked Congress and Congress said no.

Mike:  Congress said no and Obama didn’t attack.

Christopher:  So we should praise him for that.  Finally Congress doing the right thing.

Mike:  Mr. Christopher, please.  The president has the authority to protect the ice world of Hoth.  You haven’t been paying attention.  I actually got into an argument – you read the madness on Brother Andre Marie’s Facebook wall.  Brother Andre was trying to be charitable and was trying to reason with people who are mad.  Folks, the point of this monologue here today is this: we should actually be afraid – I am more afraid of some of my fellow citizens than I am of madmen terrorists bombing me back to the stone age.  You people have completely lost your mooring to reality, completely.  You saw the one woman who was arguing with brother.  She goes: There’s no international law.  There’s a chemical weapons treaty that Assad violated.  There is a chemical weapons treaty, you’re right, and Syria is a party to it.  Don’t you have to prove that it was Assad that detonated the bombs to say that he violated it first, Mollie Hemingway, Brian Kilmeade, Sean Hannity and all the rest of you?  [mocking] “Mitter Church, no.  we are judge, jury, and executioner, Mitter Church.”  I actually quoted the UN charter to someone.  You know what I got?  [mocking] “You want to be with them.”  Yeah, like I fantasize about becoming a jihadist all the time.  So the answer is I don’t have any facts on my side, I can’t justify or make holy the warlike actions that have been taken, so let me call you a name on Facebook and declare victory.

If we were to go to what the UN charter actually says, some of you might be shocked.  It’s very simple language.  It’s not hard to understand.  Some of you might be shocked to learn this.  I’ll read it to you.  Article 2 of the UN Charter – again, see fact number four: we’re not going to consider actual facts while we’re making facts up so that we can continue killing people in third-world countries.  By the way, did you see the photographs on Twitter that have been published that show Christians attending Palm Sunday, Catholics attending Palm Sunday masses in Syria?  We don’t want to talk about that.  Article 2 – this is the charter.  This is the founding – consider this the constitution of the UN.  It’s not enough that we ignore the American Constitution.  We’ll ignore any binding document that we’re party to if it makes Raytheon stock prices go up, General Dynamics stock prices go up.  [mocking] “Mitter Church, there’s somebody somewhere that needs a bomb, or 58 of them.  Please stop.  We love watching the bombs.  They’re beautiful.  Did you see that launch?”  Article 2, UN Charter:

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The Organization and its Members, in pursuit of the Purposes stated in Article 1, shall act in accordance with the following Principles.

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Mike:  You maniacs who have been quoting chemical weapons treaties to me that say absolutely nothing about America’s star-spangled, awesome right and duty to indiscriminately lob live ordnance into countries that we are not at war with, prove it.  I’m going to save you the time.  You can’t.  I can prove this.

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The Organization and its Members, in pursuit of the Purposes stated in Article 1, shall act in accordance with the following Principles.

1 The Organization is based on the principle of the sovereign equality of all its Members.

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Mike:  What does that mean?  [mocking] “Mitter Church, please.  It means only America is sovereign is what it means.”  No, it means sovereign equality.  What does that mean?  That means that a state, a country, if it is sovereign, or if it is a country and it’s a member of the United Nations, it is equal to any other member.

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2 All Members, in order to ensure to all of them the rights and benefits resulting from membership, shall fulfill in good faith the obligations assumed by them in accordance with the present Charter.

3 All Members shall settle their international disputes by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security, and justice, are not endangered.

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4 All Members shall refrain in their international relations form the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any state, or in any other manner inconsistent with the Purposes of the United Nations.

5 All Members shall give the United Nations every assistance in any action it takes in accordance with the present Charter, and shall refrain from giving assistance to any state against which the United Nations is taking preventative or enforcement action.

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Mike:  You can read the rest of Article 2.  There’s no condition – none of these conditions have been met.  Have many of them have been met?  Zero point zero.  It doesn’t matter.   It matters not the proverbial hill of beans.  We are a vicious, violent, malevolent force on the planet.  We are led by a political elite class that indiscriminately kills anything that moves using its own will as justification.  Not only is it supported, it’s applauded.  You people are pathetic.  People that are chanting all of Donald Trump’s praises, all the praises of the US Navy for targeting this air strip and the launch of these missiles, you are a pathetic excuse for a civilized people.  We’re not civilized.  You know why we keep murdering babies?  Because we like it.  Because the babies are inconvenient to us.  That’s why.  You know why we lob cruise missiles into third-world countries?

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By the way, reports vary.  There’s either six or seven people that were killed by that strike.  [mocking] “Yeah, but look at all the children who will now be prevented from being gassed.”  Again, has anyone proven culpability of the Syrian government in using that gas?  By the by, where would they get it from?  You might know that they’re not supposed to have it.  That was Dmitry Medvedev, the Prime Minister of Defense of Russia when he made the statement on Friday, that’s what he said: There’s on sarin gas.  We don’t have it.  We’re not supposed to have it.  My friend Laurie Calhoun’s book is amazing in its clarity in title alone.  You know what the title of Laurie’s book is?  Laurie has been a guest on this show many times.  What’s the title of the book?  We Kill Because We Can.  We are a vicious – we’re not a warlike people now.  We’re a barbaric people.  It’s gone beyond being warlike.  There is no action, no military action against anything or anyone that the American government and its Army can take that will bring calumny to those that executed it and those that called for it.  You might say that civilization in the United States is at an end here.  The only thing that we can do for an encore is start bombing our own people and justifying that.  [mocking] “Those Michiganders had it coming.  Mitter Church, please.  They shouldn’t have been born in Michigan.”

By the way, for people who continue to carp and whine and complain about the national debt and the indebtedness, budget deficit, etc., do you know how much it costs to lob 60 Tomahawk missiles?  It all happened within ten minutes.  $100 million of your and my confiscated wealth, or our children’s future indentured servitude was used so you can have a “USA! USA!” party on Friday night with your beer buddies, talking about how star-spangled awesome it is that we have the missile firepower “to bomb those towelheads back into the stone ages.”  You probably are Christian, too, right?  Sure you are.  You probably are pro-life, too, aren’t you?

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