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GLENN: Now, this is from the front page of TheBlaze. It's about cellphones for illegals. Explain what this is.
PAT: These are two professors who have come up with a program. And first of all, they are talking about how we fixed the United States of America. And then the video goes into their little program here where they are installing these GPS chips in cellphones and handing them out to illegal aliens. This has been going on through the Mexican government for a while, but this is the first I've heard where our
GLENN: Our U.S. tax dollars are going into it.
GLENN: Now, I want you to listen to this audio and you can see the video at TheBlaze.com, which is my new news and opinion site that I hope you will make as a regular stop for news and opinion. It is it's the Huffington Post you know, it's a very it's a baby version of that at this point because they spent $56 million on that. But this is a baby version of that and what we hope to grow into the common sense version of the Huffington Post. If you are going to do the Huffington Post, you've got to have somebody that's standing up against it. And so that's what we have launched today as our first day up and running. So check it out please at TheBlaze.com. But here is this audio from the University of California San Diego. These first two voices that you will hear are professors, and they talk about the United States. And then they talk about what their plan is. Here it is.
PAT: And here, it's coming.
GLENN: Here it comes.
PAT: This is Mike (inaudible).
VOICE: I think the way to fix the country is to dissolve it. We could either give our land back to the indigenous people that we stole it from or we could just wait for the economic collapse and build community based alternatives and infrastructures to replace.
GLENN: There you go.
PAT: Okay. So there's your two options. You can either give it back to the people we stole it from, or we just wait for the collapse and then start all over again with the communist system.
STU: One of the two. Just pick either one. They are open minded. It's one of the two.
PAT: So it's not like they are offering options. We've got a choice.
STU: Pro choice.
PAT: They are all about choice. You can choose give it back or, you know, collapse it.
GLENN: Sounds crazy.
GLENN: Sounds crazy but not in the world of academia.
PAT: Wow. This is Ricardo Dominguez.
DOMINGUEZ: and that is safe passage. And so the question is to move the kind of anchor of civil disobedience within the kind of overfetish sized notion of a single sovereignty, of a nation
GLENN: Overfetished sized.
DOMINGUEZ: or look at the larger transtrack, transsociety that is emerging and that also should have a type of global rights.
GLENN: Okay. Stop, stop, stop. So we're talking about global rights. And what was the global trans, what was it, TransAmerica?
PAT: The transtrack.
GLENN: No, the trans was it TransAmerica highway or something? Isn't that what
PAT: Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah.
GLENN: Notice he is using that same language. That there is an emerging TransAmerica, trans, whatever, however he phrased that. But basically he's talking about, again, just like the other guy, he's saying dissolve sovereignty. It's just going to become one. And it's emerging and that's the direction that we're going. Now what is that next?
PAT: So now they talk about Dominguez and Cárdenas are offering cheap phones to include maps, water spots and a compass to help illegals to cross the border.
GLENN: And they are doing it with your tax dollars. These are two professors at the University of California San Diego.
PAT: Now, the first one talks about the program and then the second one talks about how they are funding this and it is unbelievable.
REPORTER: Downloaded into Motorola phones with GPS, an application meant to help illegal immigrants safely make their way into the U.S.
VOICE: It's really just designed for you to turn it on and the compass would show you where is the nearest safety site.
VOICE: The tool consists of an inexpensive cellphone with a global positioning satellite chip, a GPS chip, and a custom piece of software on which accesses the phone's ability to receive GPS information without need to send out data which may allow the user to be located and without needing phone service.
GLENN: I mean, that's amazing.
PAT: Now this is Professor Dominguez.
VOICE: Right, because I'm paid so much money. And so how much of that money
PAT: And he's about to brag about getting tenure through doing this program and using taxpayer funds.
VOICE: Which might be taxpayers' money is actually going, between 2007 and 2009 when I was when I earned tenure in part based on this project, it was given awards, it was, you know, performed as a legitimate condition of research.
PAT: Mmm hmmm.
PAT: Also included on the
VOICE: In addition to the navigational capabilities is a tool, we have added another module to the software in order to shift the dialogue further towards one of hospitality. As the user walks with the tool after a given interval, a few lines of poetry will begin to play.
GLENN: Oh, dear God.
GLENN: Oh, jeez. Oh, jeez!
PAT: Now, see, that seals the deal for me.
GLENN: Help! Help!
PAT: I didn't know that was included.
STU: What's that, it reminds me of the Al Gore poem.
GLENN: We have somehow or another slipped into an insane world. They are using taxpayer monies to help illegals come in to help collapse the system and they are doing it with poetry!
STU: It's always good when you can work not one but two C words into your poetry.
PAT: Yes, yes.
STU: One is not enough. We can know that.
PAT: That's just the talent of this writer, this particular professor who I
GLENN: He's tenured.
PAT: You know, he's tenured and I wonder if he is an English professor because that was a brilliant poem. And I think that will make the illegal aliens feel more hospitable once they sneak illegally into our country. And they are showing where the hot spots are and the safe spots and the water spots.
GLENN: Do you realize seriously do you realize what all of this means? I mean, our country is so far gone that it is going to take a true resetting of the system. It needs to be rebooted.
STU: You mean like you want it to collapse and we can either that or give it back to the people we stole it from?
GLENN: Well, I think it's going to collapse. It can't, it can't continue down this path. It can't. These systems are incompatible with each other. This is like running apple software, you know, on a Commodore 64 and then, you know, trying to jam a transistor radio into the little floppy disk drive. I mean, it doesn't none of the it doesn't work. They are not meant to go together. And you are going to destroy the entire thing. So, you know, this is why I've said, look, there's trouble coming. I mean, these people are intentionally trying to collapse the system and you are going to have to be a leader. We really, we really truly are
Somebody, I had dinner with somebody last night. My sister was in town and she brought a friend in and she said, you know, Glenn, I feel crazy. And I said, you do? She said, we live on a big farm and we're kind of secluded out in the middle of nowhere and she said, our friends have all started talking about, hey, if things happen, I have this skill and you have that skill and we should all get together because, you know, we have to put together a little community that would be able to survive. And I said, okay, tell me when the crazy part starts. She said, isn't that crazy? And I said, yeah. Yeah, it is nuts. It is nuts. Five years ago, two years ago. I think that's going to look completely sane in about a year. I think in a year from now you'll look at that and say, you know what, that's probably a good idea. I think you are still way ahead of the curve, and I hope you don't ever do it. I hope you don't ever need it. But is it insane to think how do we become self sufficient? How do we hold together our communities? No. No, not with people like this who are intentionally trying to collapse the system. No, I don't think so.
STU: Not to mention it's a good idea whether something bad happens.
GLENN: Or not.
STU: To be self sufficient is one of the defining American characteristics. Should be.
GLENN: You should be getting out of everything that you possibly can so you can be as self sufficient as you possibly can. The more control anyone has over your life, the harder it's going to be. That's just the way it is. That's just the way it is. You know, the more you and the more people you are going to be able to help.
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