Warning: Undefined variable $cookie_domain in /var/www/html/shared/start_verified_session.shared on line 308 Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- US Foreign Aid & Material Support to State Sponsors of Terrorism ad-free A marketplace for speech. 82,614 Hours of Speech help 517,407 Transcriptions add title (free) 409 Sources add source €0.99 Spotlight Transcription New Search Search: Newsbud Title: Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- US Foreign Aid & Material Support to State Sponsors of Terrorism Published: 2016-04-08 Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3yHUckNw_g 1/14and though everyone this is about admins in this episode I'm going to talk about material support for terrorism and US foreign aid as a means to provide financial ATA material support to terrorism specifically I'm going to present on going US foreign aid them billions of dollars sent to a nation recognize as a state sponsor of terrorism the anti terrorism and effective death penalty act of nineteen2/14 ninety six amended eighteen USC twenty three thirty nine eight an expanded its list of terrorist type offenses this statute aimed at reaching those persons provide material support to terrorists knowing that such support will be used to commit terrorism the amended section remove the requirement that the supplier also have what ever specific intent the perpetrator of the actual terrorist act was passed in June two thousand ten3/14 the US Supreme Court upheld the broad application of the federal law making it a crime to provide material support to foreign terrorist organizations F. D. folks under this law individuals face up fifteen years in prison for providing material support to FDR whose even if their work is intended to promote peaceful lawful object well well this standard should cause boat ways that is if we had a4/14 bit more application of justice and it had less of pop quiz what do I mean by having this cut both ways terrorism is not limited to individuals groups organizations includes nation states a bunch of ego driven scholars or a few anal retentive political analysts may want to split hairs as to whether or not state sponsored terrorism constitutes terrorism but Hey since two thousand to their elected5/14 presidents have been accusing nations off being terrorist nations or axis of evil so for this I'm going to go with that state terrorism the first acts of terrorism conducted by a state against the farm state or people based on this definition and based on what the puppets Supreme Court recently ruled on what constitutes material support to terrorists them our government those who have sanctions US foreign6/14 aid to nations inflicted terror and violence should be brought to trial with that in mind let's talk about packets let's talk about Pakistan and state sponsored terrorism shall we within many circles in the United States whether of media academic or even governmental Pakistan has been recognized and characterize as a state sponsoring terrorism for decades here is the US defense secretary Leon Panetta on Pakistan's the status7/14 as a state sponsoring terrorism it's not only the United States France has also publicly recognized Pakistan as a terrorist state same goes for Canada Canada and its allies must take a United front against Pakistan because it is a state sponsor of terrorism that threatens world security says citizenship and immigration minister Chris Alexander Alexander a former ambassador to Afghanistan set the fight against the Taliban and groups8/14 like al Qaeda will never be won in Afghanistan alone because it is a cross border conflict supported by the stand government according to an analysis published by Brookings institute and Stan the world's most active sponsor of terrorist groups eighteen groups that oppose it to rack track to the United States former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff of United States Mike Mullen describe the terrorists Haqqani9/14 network as the veritable arm of Pakistan's ISI that is stands intelligence agents mon set the country's main intelligence agency ISI was supporting the Haqqani network were blamed for an assault on the US embassy in Kabul in September two thousand eleven and also the September two thousand eleven NATO truck bombing which injured seventy seven coalition soldiers and killed five Afghan civilians now let's discuss billions of dollars10/14 given to Pakistan and by the US government via both military and economic aid packages here is the data up to two thousand eleven in total the United States obligated nearly sixty seven billion dollars to Pakistan between nineteen fifty one and two thousand and that we have tripled our economic and development related aid to Pakistan seven and a half billion dollars over five years yeah that takes11/14 care of the specific financial support in billions of dollars provided by our government twist state sponsoring terrorism but that's not all according to our government the provide not only billions of dollars all sorts of other material support to pack his expertise in energy financial and investment expertise technical expertise military training you name it okay let me repeat again our government using our tax dollars is providing12/14 financial and other material support to Pakistan Pakistan is a nation that has been recognized act recognize and is designated as a sponsor of terrorism the US the US government and those officials and civil servants involved with U. S. A. ID should be held criminally liable and prosecuted for sustaining designated terrorists by providing financial and other material support to a state that the sponsors those designated terrorists13/14 think about it and then let me know what you think shouldn't those in our government who sanction and grant billions off your tax dollars to a state that the sponsors terrorism be held criminally liable well I don't know about you but according to the United States Supreme Court and based on United States federal laws the answer should be at definitive yes this is the ballot admins14/14 I'll be back with more so DEEP LINKED selected quote: Please confirm your sharing options: Share this transcription, and highlight this paragraph. Just share this transcription (no high-lighting). Sharing tools: oops! something sin't quite right :/ --> '; Your browser does not support the audio element.