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Brannon Howse: Of course, national security and some things I think you're going to find interesting. Lee Merritt. He's going to talk about it. Bill Gates and mosquitoes and malaria. And what is this really all about? And by the way, another government agency in another state is talking about monkeypox. Okay. Malaria. Monkeypox. What is this really all about? Dr. Lee Merritt, I think, has an idea. Todd Benjamin will join us. Guess what? The FBI has a lady that was an analyst who was giving lots of information to jihadis, doing different searches for them and giving them files. The media has tried to use her because she just got sentenced for having secured documents, I guess, in her home and bathroom. They've tried to say, well, see, there you go. That's what's going to happen to Donald Trump. But the media is not telling you the full story. I dealt with that, by the way, on my radio show today for the whole hour. But I'll be joined by Todd Benjamin, who wrote the article, and then I'll be joined by FBI whistleblower Steve Friend. Here's a question for you. Does the FBI have a psychological test they give to agents? Does the FBI hire? Agents who are mentally disturbed, Huh? Is, is the FBI filled or at least have agents that have mental illness? And are they doing anything to screen for mental illness? You might be shocked at the answers. I'll be discussing tonight with FBI whistleblower Steven Friend, among other things. Joining us first, however, is David Pyne. He is with the EMP Task Force, the EMP Commission. Mr. Pyne, welcome back to the broadcast. Thanks for joining us.
David Pyne: Thanks so much for having me back on.
Brannon Howse: Well, you you're always on top of what's going on with all of these different threats that we're facing as a nation. And you have a brand new article out tonight or in the last few days, at least over on your website. And here we go. Here's this is your Substack. This is your Substack June 27th, the coup that wasn't armed, the coup that wasn't armed stand off between Wagner group and the military ends within 24 hours. So the coup that wasn't ends within 24 hours. So here's the subheadline, folks. Some of us experts have predicted Wagner Heads Military would Lead to Putin's Imminent Overthrow, describing the armed rebellion as a new Russian civil war, only to see it fizzle out quickly. Um, yeah. We covered this with Colonel John Mills the other night. We kind of hard making heads or tails of this. We don't know what to believe. What do you think this is all about?
David Pyne: Well, you know, there's really two actually three schools of thought. The first one, obviously, is that the coup was real, that it was serious, that there were, you know, Spetsnaz and elements of the Russian military, perhaps some generals as well, that supported some kind of coup or at least the Wagner group, you know, armed mutiny, um, that I think has been thoroughly disproven. There was evidence indicates there was no, uh, no support in the Russian military, certainly not at, uh, at the high officer level for, for this kind of kind of action. I think there's broad you know, Putin remains quite popular. I think he's got a 70 to 80% approval rating. Certainly there are some rumblings about the Russian military leadership because the war hasn't gone as well as expected. Russia's still winning, but kind of at a snail's pace. Guess they are guaranteed to win a war of attrition. But yeah, I think there was, uh, you know, the, the second school of thought, I guess, is, is that is the one that I kind of, uh, came to in this article, which is that, you know, the grievances were real. It was, it was an armed mutiny. It was well short of a coup. It was not a coup was not a civil war. I predicted, um, you know, Saturday morning, early about nine, 930 Eastern time, that this would this would be kind of, you know, mending the fences with between Putin and Prigozhin. Um, and it pretty much played out substantially the way I thought it would.
Brannon Howse: So where is the leader of this whole thing now? Where is he at? Is he, like been arrested and thrown in jail? Has he had to flee to another country? Where is he?
David Pyne: So he went into exile. I think it was Saturday evening, Moscow time. He went in exile into Belarus. And he's been in Belarus for most of that time, perhaps with some of his lieutenants in this kind of mutiny or armed protest, I guess, is what I'm calling it. But then reports came in just today that he's returned to Moscow to finish negotiating the specifics in this in this deal between kind of, you know, Putin and himself. You know, he never got to talk with Putin directly. Putin refused to take his calls. But interestingly, um, you know, I mean, he's in Moscow, You know, if if he truly was a traitor, if he was collaborating with the CIA, as some of my colleagues have been saying, uh, he you know, he would be he'd be terminated pretty quickly, you know, wouldn't I don't think it'd be a 2 to 3 month long process. I think maybe his plane would go down or something. He'd be suicide, you know, fall off, fall out of a window or something, and classic, you know, KGB fashion.
Brannon Howse: But I mean, I mean, you carry out an attempted coup and then you go and you sit down and you negotiate with Putin. I don't see him being one that wants to negotiate, maybe one more that wants to execute. So if he's really back in Moscow, that tells us the whole thing was maybe as your article on Substack says, here was this mutiny a ruse to set up a Russian false flag, a Russian false flag, rogue nuclear missile strike from Belarus. So was it a big false flag? And if it was and they go to nuclear, how you see this playing out, and how do you see us responding as a nation?
David Pyne: You know, I'm still not convinced that it's a false flag, but I'm a lot more think would ascertain a lot higher, possibly to that today based on my conversations with the top Russian expert last night and my read of Rebecca Koffler who's who's been she's been saying this for days now. And she's she's one of my favorites, you know, Russian experts in terms of I think she's spot on a lot of things. I disagree with her on a few things. But in terms of, yeah, essentially what we have is, you know, Russia pre-announced that they were going to permanently deploy nuclear weapons to Belarus. We of course, have maintained nuclear weapons in five different NATO countries in Western Europe as well as Italy. But, you know, Russia has you know, I think they actually deployed nuclear weapons permanently back in 2021, and they're only publicizing it right now. But the main difference is that they're actually training Belarusian military forces on how to use these nuclear weapons, how to use the nuclear delivery systems, the Iskander-m short-range ballistic missile, as well as the Su 25. I think it's the Frogfoot. It's an attack aircraft that can fire a drop nuclear nuclear weapons as well. So, you know, Belarus, the Belorussian president Lukashenko, has essentially claimed that you know, Belarus has become the 10th nuclear power in the world. He's saying that actually said today that he's developing he's ordered his military to develop the algorithms, quote-unquote, algorithms so that he can independently fire these nuclear missiles. Um, and that's that's kind of what we, you know, kind of the, the smoking gun we've been looking for, for this whole theory that, you know, Prigozhin could, could take control of the nukes and use them against NATO or I would speculate more likely against Ukraine, perhaps, uh, either ground or air bursts against the capital of Kyiv, uh, designed to either scare or annihilate Ukraine's top political and military leadership.
Brannon Howse: Wow. Well, I saw a survey today. In fact, I reported it in my news broadcast tonight, and some 6200 adults were surveyed. And it had to do with them making preparations and many of them now becoming preppers. And one of the main reasons is they don't trust our government. They don't trust our government to respond and help them and protect them. In a time of massive crisis, whether we're talking about a nuclear attack or the EMP or the grid going down through EMP or a cyber attack. So the survey again, I think like 6200 adults, was quite fascinating. The number of people that are now prepping because they fear something is coming. The American people, a small segment of them, though, appear to be waking up. In fact, the report said that emergency supplies was a half $1 billion industry last year and will be about $2.6 billion industry by 2025, 2026. What do you make of all that, David?
David Pyne: Well, I think they're absolutely right. I mean, when when our top generals essentially have stated that it's against US policy to defend the country, the US homeland against Russian or Chinese nuclear ballistic missile attack or cruise missile attack, that's a big warning sign. Plus, add the fact that we've done nothing. You know, President Trump's the only one who's done anything at all to prepare the country for to defend against cyber attacks and that our critical infrastructure remains entirely unprotected against a super EMP attack which could materialize without warning. You know, a North Korean, Chinese, or Russian super satellite could take out take out the US, you know, electronically at the press of a button. It could cripple our NC three or nuclear command and control system. And you know essentially transform us into a third world country within days.
Brannon Howse: Yeah, it's very scary.
Brannon Howse: What else is on your radar? I mean, getting more reports about solar storms and the threat of a massive solar storm that could also take down our grid. Have you read these reports? And why are these reports of solar storms increasing? Is it because there is evidence of such?
David Pyne: So, yeah, super geomagnetic storms are a constant threat. You know, of course, we had the Carrington event back in 1859 that, you know, caused transformer lines to burn up, reportedly even rail, you know, rail tracks to melt, you know, electrocuted, uh, um, uh, you know, operators of, of, uh, telegraphs and, you know, the damage that, that level, you know, a G5 super magnetic storm could do today is far greater because the US in particular is highly dependent on, you know, electronics. Computers are installed. Our entire way of life is made possible by electricity and computers and networks. Russia, you know, produced kind of backup systems so that they could, you know, vacuum tubes. They're the biggest vacuum tubes producers in the world because they know that that's survivable against them. So they would have, you know, at least perhaps 1960s-level technology available to them, whereas we'd be back in perhaps the 1890s. So, uh, you know, we, there's so much we need to do. We need to harden the grid, uh, 50, you know, $50 billion. A one time investment of $50 Billion is all it would take to harden, our electrical power grid not only against enemy super attack, but against, you know, naturally occurring threats such as super geomagnetic storms as well. So that's an investment we can't afford to delay.
David Pyne: It's going to take 2 to 5, you know, 2 to 4 years, most likely two to harden the grid once once the funding is granted. So, you know, this is we're way behind the power curve. Uh, the Biden the failed Biden foreign policy of liberal hegemony is making the world far more dangerous. You know, we didn't have this during the Trump years. He was much more, you know, America first and much more of a foreign policy realist. Biden lives in an alternate reality. And all the, you know, the Chinese puppet folks that he's he's appointed to his national security team, uh, you know, communist Chinese, China's dream team essentially, uh, appeasing China, but also perhaps provoking war with them as well as he, as he has stated 4 or 5 times now that he'll defend, you know, Taiwan militarily if China attacks Taiwan. But the most pressing threat, obviously, is the one we're facing with Russia and Ukraine, because, you know, if these reports from my source from the top Russian expert that I spoke to last night, as well as Rebecca Koffler, are correct, We could have, you know, at least one nuclear detonation that could take out a major European city that materializes just within the next two weeks.
Brannon Howse: Why are you saying the next two weeks?
David Pyne: So, yeah, my source from last night that I spoke with extensively online, he, uh, he's stated that, you know, Victoria Nuland has stated that she, she believes that World War Three is going to break out on July 11th. So July 11th is the date of the Vilnius NATO summit. All of the heads of state, including Joe Biden, will be at the Vilnius Vilnius summit. If that were, you know, if that summit were to be nuked and the president of, the United States were assassinated, essentially, along with, uh, most or all of other top NATO leaders, mean that it's possible that, you know, by Putin could claim plausible deniability and say that it was a Wagner group this, you know, a terrorist essentially that seized control of Russian nuclear weapons, which are going to be located just one oblast away in Belarus, um, therein, in, in northern Belarus. Then, um, you know, that would be, that could potentially escalate to a full scale nuclear exchange if we didn't believe him, for example.
Brannon Howse: And what are your thoughts personally on that?
David Pyne: Um, you know, I mean, it depends on how it goes down. You know, it's possible we could shoot down an incoming nuclear missile. We do have Patriot batteries located in Lithuania. It's unclear to me whether we control the batteries or whether Lithuania does. I tend to think that we're manning the batteries. So if we could shoot, you know, shoot down a short-range ballistic missile that had a nuclear warhead that could avert World War three. Um, but it's a very dangerous situation. You know, it's one thing if Russia fired off a few nukes at Ukraine, but I don't think we'd do anything militarily in response to that. But if they succeeded in assassinating the president United States by nuclear means, I mean, um, I think we could we could trace that back to, to Russia with, with pretty, pretty good certainty because Putin maintains the nuclear launch codes. And although the Russian president has talked about, you know, kind of essentially hacking the codes so they can he can launch independently and conceivably, you know, that could be obtained by Prigozhin and his motley band of, you know, professional mercenaries. The Wagner group forces that 8000 up to 8000 are going to redeploy to Belarus at these new bases that the Belarussian president is building. Um, you know, that's a formula for potential nuclear war, you know, and that could cost the lives of several million.
Brannon Howse: That could help the repopulation plan of the globalists. It also could take care of the problem that Biden is providing for them with all of the dirt that's coming out in the. It seems, though, you know, it seems like that would solve a lot of problems, but also advance a lot of causes for the enemies of America, both foreign and domestic.
David Pyne: Yeah. I mean, if there was any doubt. I mean, if I know if I were a president of, the United States if there was any doubt in my mind whether a certain country, you know, uh, neutral one of our allies or killed the president, I would be highly reluctant to start a nuclear war that that the US would be likely to lose over that. But, you know, the pressure obviously would be overwhelming to do, you know, to at least engage in conventional military attacks that would likely against Russia or Belarus that would likely escalate to the nuclear level. So the fact is. So let me.
Brannon Howse: Ask you this. Are we at one of the most dangerous times ever in American history? I mean I mean, you compare this to the 62 Cuban Missile Crisis. How does this kind of things even compare?
David Pyne: I think we're at a much more dangerous time than the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Cuban missile crisis. The US enjoyed nuclear supremacy over the Soviet Union. We had 5 to 9 times as many nuclear weapons as they did today. Russia has over four times as many nuclear warheads as we do. And combined with China, it may be on the order of six times overall, including strategic and nonstrategic nuclear weapons. So they have they hold a lot of the cards, not all the cards, but they hold a lot of the cards. Um, you know, they are much less reluctant to engage in potential nuclear conflict than we are. You know, Biden just views it as essentially suicide, I think in a lot of lot of people in the West. Even Lindsey Graham says it'd be suicide if you know, Russia used a nuke in Ukraine and we and we used a nuke back. So, you know, I don't think we comprehend what a nuclear war would look like. But it would be it would destroy our nation if we were to, you know, fire nukes back against Russia or China in war.
Brannon Howse: All right. The website is dpyne.Substack.com. D. P. Y. N. E. dpyne.substack.com. Correct.
David Pyne: That's correct. Yeah. Dpyne.substack.com. Real-world newsletter.
Brannon Howse: We appreciate all you're doing. Thank you, David.
David Pyne: Thank you so much.
Brannon Howse: David Pyne checking in. Check out his site there on Substack. dpyne.substack.com. All right.
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