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- Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz resigned on Saturday over corruption charges, intensifying the leadership void in Europe and raising questions about the viability of European democracy.
- Hezbollah’s protests over the investigation of the Beirut blast quickly turned deadly, sparking fears of the potential for renewed civil war in Lebanon.
- Japan’s new ruling party has pledged to double its military spending, adding to ongoing dramatic arms procurement among Asian nations.
- As the Taliban proves itself incapable of governing Afghanistan, America is entering bizarre negotiations with the Taliban to provide humanitarian aid to help the suffering Afghans.
- We also talk about the severity of disrupted global supply chains, an Islamic terrorist attack in Norway with a bow and arrow, more evidence of China’s massive theft of American intellectual property, and Donald Trump telling Republicans not to vote in the next election.
- [00:38] Kurz Resigns (13 minutes)
- [13:22] Beirut Violence (7 minutes)
- [21:49] Japan’s Military Spending (7 minutes)
- [28:28] Global Supply Chains (7 minutes)
- [35:46] America and the Taliban (6 minutes)
- [41:44] Terrorist Attack in Norway (5 minutes)
- KEY OF DAVID: “Antiochus Rises in Europe”
- [46:55] China’s Theft (4 minutes)
- [50:35] Trump’s Message to Republicans (4 minutes)