With Edward Timperlake, Sam Faddis, Roger Robinson and Susan Katz Keating
Feb 17th, 2021 by securefreedomradio
EDWARD TIMPERLAKE, former Director of Technology Assessment, International Technology Security, former Representative, National Counterintelligence Executive Committee, US Department of Defense, Captain (ret.), US Marine Corps (1969-1975), Author, "Year of the Rat"
- Edward Timperlake argues that the honest media of the past would have done a deep dive into President Joe Biden's two-hour phone call with Chinese Dictator Xi Jinping
- Historically, our adversaries, most namely Iraq and the Soviet Union, used diplomatic missteps to justify their aggressive behavior
SAM FADDIS, former Clandestine Operations Officer, CIA, former Congressional Candidate, Editor, ANDMagazine.com, Author, "Beyond Repair: Decline and Fall of the CIA," @RealSamFaddis
- Sam Faddis finds that China's covert operations in the US are meant to sow dissent within the American population in order to dismantle the country from within
- "The Thirty Tyrants" and what it can tell us about the "managed decline" of the US
ROBER ROBINSON, President and CEO, RWR Advisory Group, former Senior Director of International Economic Affairs, White House (1982-1985), former Chairman, US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, Co-Founder, Prague Security Studies Institute
- Joe Biden's "Memorandum of Understanding" waived financial regulations for Chinese companies looking to invest in US capital markets
- The federal pension plan came close to investing in various Chinese companies
- Roger Robinson: China's most vulnerable area is its financial sector
SUSAN KATZ KEATING, Chief National Security Correspondent, JustTheNews.com, Security and Terrorism Correspondent, American Media Institute, Military Correspondent, People Magazine, @SKatzKeating
- How did Officer Brian Sicknick die and why hasn't the medical examiner’s office released an autopsy report yet?
- Symbols/logos used by particular units in the US military are under review by the Department of Defense as the agency conducts a department-wide investigation into "extremism in the ranks"
- Some soldiers feel that DoD's review is one-sided, only targeting one form of extremism while leaving others unchecked