Saddam Hussein Burnt His Son’s Priceless Car Collection
Past Gas by Donut Media
You know Saddam Hussein as the former tyrant of Iraq. But did you know that Saddam and his sons owned one of the most valuable car collections in the Middle East? And that one time, Saddam lit a bunch of the cars on fire, just to prove a point? Today on Past Gas: What happened that made Saddam so angry he burned millions of dollars worth of exotic supercars to the ground? What kind of priceless gems were lost forever? All that and more, on an unbelievable episode of Past Gas.More about Show: Follow James on IG and Twitter @jamespumphrey. Follow Nolan on IG and Twitter @nolanjsykes. Follow Joe on IG and Twitter @joegweber. Follow Donut @donutmedia, and subscribe to our Youtube and Facebook channels! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or using this link: http://bit.ly/PastGas. If you like the show, telling a friend about it would be helpful! You can text, email, Tweet, or send this link to a friend: http://bit.ly/PastGas. Thanks to our sponsors: Secure your online activity by visiting expressVPN.com/gas TODAY!Do yourself a favor and make sure you choose Valvoline. Head over to Valvoline.com/original to find the right oil for your engine.Go to blackvue.com/gas and use the promo code GAS to get 10% off of any BlackVue dash cam. Free shipping for orders over $200.AutoTempest.com - All the cars. One search. Head to autotempest.com/pastgas! To get your 15% off your first order and free shipping go to meundies.com/PASTGAS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zabiba and the King: a Romance Novel by Saddam Hussein – Yes, THAT Saddam Hussein
The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
The Drunk Guys drink Saddam many beers this week when they discuss Zabiba and the King by Saddam Hussein. And may beer be upon them, including: Cactus Palace by Other Half and Arizona Wilderness, Stranger Than: Chocolate and Coconut by Collective Arts, Technological Nightmare by Finback, and Breathing: Conversations by
034: Integrity & How A Lack Of It Led To Nole Acquiring Saddam Hussein's Hood
The Fire You Carry
This episode is about integrity. Both Kevin and Nole share stories from their pasts where they were lacking in it and how they work to be men of integrity now and why that is important. Nole shares a story about how he acquired the hood that Saddam wore after his capture in 2003. Kevin shares his story about how he "stole" from the bank that he later went on to work for and how he worked to make it right later in life.
This week, Foreign Policy Playlist features Al Jazeera’s Hindsight, a podcast that takes you into the minds of some of history’s most famous and infamous characters.One of Hindsight’s recent episodes is told from the perspective of Saddam Hussein as he navigates his way up the ladder in Iraq’s government. Al Jazeera’s executive producer Joanne Melo De Frias talks to us about how producers wrote the script, channeling the most intimate thoughts of Iraq’s former president.Subscribe on your favorite podcast app or listen on this page. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
EP15: How We Found Saddam Hussein - The Interrogation Method
The David Johnson Show
Former US Army interrogator Eric Maddox provides the now-unclassified story of how the U.S. Army tracked down Saddam Hussein, using information gained by Eric and his team, who were conducting interrogations with many Iraqi military prisoners. This is the first episode in the 2nd season of “The David Johnson Show”, an online interview program in which former servicemen and servicewomen share their military stories as well as their present-day entrepreneurial pursuits.Watch the full episode with Eric Maddox on YouTube and follow The David Johnson Show on social media. Follow us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedavidjohnsonshow/Twitter: https://twitter.com/DavidJohnsonShoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-david-johnson-show/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedavidjohnsonshow/Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/davidjohnsonshow/
The Devil We Came to Know: Rise of Saddam Hussein, Iran-Iraq War, and the Persian Gulf War
Pan Historia, and Other Nonsense
A lone figure fled across the Syrian desert in a bid to escape his potential fate. Days earlier, he attempted to assassinate the President of Iraq, the man who stood in the way of the Ba'athist Movement from taking power for themselves. Despite inflicting some damage on him, they failed to kill him. Now, the would-be assassin was en route to the safety of Egypt. The harsh environment burned him during the day, and blew harsh cold at night. While his current situation seemed hopeless, this man is the future dictator of Iraq. Saddam Hussein would become a household name worldwide. To some, he would become the face of Arab unity and anti-imperialism. To others, he was a tyrant and murdered. Despite improving Iraq's infrastructure and welfare, he wasn't afraid to order the use of military force and even chemical weapons against any domestic dissent. His notoriety would place him directly in the sights of the United States. Their excuse to intervene against him came in August 1990, when Saddam ordered the invasion of the small country of Kuwait to the south. The storm brewing over the desert for decades finally reached its peak. Music: Desert Combat Loading Theme Afraid to Shoot Strangers by Iron Maiden Clips: H. W. Bush on Policing the World: Opposing Iraqi Aggression by The American Experience "This Aggression will not stand, man!" The Big Lebowski Margaret Thatcher on the Gulf War, Aspen, 1990
Listening Skills from The Interrogator who Caught Saddam Hussein feat Eric Maddox
The Great Man Within
#204: Join our Facebook Group for Men: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheGreatManWithin “Ladies and Gentlemen, we got him.” - Head of US occupation in Iraq Paul Bremer These were the words spoken by Paul Bremer, Head of US occupation in Iraq on December 13th, 2003…after the successful capture of one of the world’s most elusive terrorists…Saddam Hussein. But for the years leading up to that crucial moment in American and world history, America’s special forces searched desperately for Saddam Hussein without luck. Fortunes for the pursuit of intelligence to capture Saddam would change when a young and very green Army negotiator stepped off a plane to help. This man’s name is Eric Maddox, and he is our special guest on today’s show. Upon his deployment, Eric quickly found the interrogation training he received in the military proved ineffective in the field…and so he developed his own strategy predicated on what he calls empathy based listening, the structure and details of which you’ll hear him unpack on the show. In this Episode: Eric retells the play-by-play story of the interrogations that led to Saddam Hussein’s capture Eric has conducted over 2,700 interrogations in 25 countries around the world, and shares what he’s learned about the most effective forms of listening in order to influence Eric has taken those skills and created a training program called Empathy Based Listening which he delivers via keynotes and corporate workshops to banking, insurance, wealth management, medical and non-for-profit industries…and he shares some of those powerful techniques with you today Contact Eric Maddox for Speaking and Training Website: https://ericmaddox.com
In our first ever episode we speak to Ali Al Wahabi, who has just retired from an amazing 40 year career as a pilot. Most notably, Ali flew as Saddam Hussein's Presidential Pilot in Iraq. We hear his incredible stories which eventually led to him escaping with his life and his dignity intact.You can read all about Ali's life in his book Farewell Brave Babylon. If you'd like to get your hands on an electronic copy of his book, get in touch here: www.pilotbase.com/podcast-s01e01.We hope you enjoy the show. Remember to subscribe to our channel and leave us a review. Thanks!
Saddam Hussein was reviled and loved, and not necessarily in equal measure. His supporters say the Iraqi president was “just in his injustice”, but his victims would tell a very different story. In 2003, his near quarter of a century rule came to an end when invading US forces found him hiding near his hometown of Tikrit. Saddam was tried on charges relating to mass murder and on the day of his hanging he remained defiant.Support the show: https://www.aljazeera.com/podcasts/hindsight/