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just i think of put a little net minutely and i let me respond martin ok in europe we have an aging population we have a native indigenous if you want to call it that but i hate using those terms birth rate of less than zero point nine percent no point which means that europeans are not replacing themselves choosing to have fewer and fewer children now migrant communities muslim communities not just muslim communities all kinds of ethnic minority communities and religious majority communities across the world have high birth rates. three four five children per family and different regions of the world we see them so we have a problem we have a fiscal structural deficit in europe we have an aging population we have an economic crisis we have economic burdens europe is at the end of civilization this is a end of empires issue and as europe falls away and turns out to crumble people are going to come together they're going to populate these places now this is not this is not population replacement and the things that martin objects to are like the islamization of europe the idea that there is a cultural milieu and that cultural milieu is being changed and somehow being
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watered down by brown people or people of color or people of different races religions this plurality this mixing is going to be the future and and driving wedges between communities isn't the way forward the solution and the answer to this is integration policies not assimilation we're not the borg another daleks we're not the nazis we're not talking about assimilation we respect each and everybody's individual identity whether that's on religion sexuality whatever their ways of life are we encourage that and we embrace it we hold it together for a pluralist free future full of human rights and full of liberties if we turn all the tools that society has that are currently being turned against itself for the benefit of humankind that we can have a great civilization of change and that's the hope for the future and that's what people want less walled more bridges more integration more contribution absolutely and if we deal with a foreign policy issues and we allow this country to stabilise and we stop meddling and interfering in the middle east. we will see
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a huge great change but everybody has to focus on their own domestic issues and right now the domestic issues in europe are about austerity they're about the health service they're about education they're about war and poverty we have a million people at food banks in britain please don't tell me the african people coming here is a problem for us really we have bigger problems ok in that point martin could you come back and address some of those things as well because quite a lot of issues you raised you raised there what do you say martin absolutely i think i think i think we're doing here a bit of it's about immigration and it's about the question if it's good for you or not the problem is i think you are some are living in a liberal leftist liberal universalistic for fire retail and i think that you are. taking lennon's imagine song for actual policy you know the problem is that immigration and multiculturalism europe have utterly failed and everybody knows that and if you look at all the polls all the europeans are we checked in what you are presenting as a feat and my main problem is that by using the slow words like nazi racist and so on by presenting your wish and of europe apathy to the crumbling empire as
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a as faith and fact you are very antidemocratic because you want to shut down an open and free debate about if it's even possible if we if it's even a legitimate point in position to say no we don't want immigration outing to understand or not debate on the lay down the nation that doesn't relate to credibility and we're not simply nobody shutting down but you in fact you say that what i see is not a well a point because it's a faith we have to trust a path think about it and see while we are being replaced and you just admitted that a replacement is taking place because our demographic declines to get out of this mathematics of massive immigration will completely change the face of european of popular opinion populations and a lot of europeans don't want that don't like that because it will destroy our identities and our democracies and you see look at japan look at other western modern countries your country my friend completely overpopulated no great britain is completely over pop. my country large population is not
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a story yet are there last. night so i'm going to jump in here i like your idealism very rigid and i'm going to underdeveloped and is empty so ninety for europe to europe than mt lassen it's only which because over the last eight years and we've got an urban latin crisis on down the last people are dying in flames already hard at least until the rough how about how the last of the last letter to finish no not even a failure as i don't think we need come on you're contradicting your own british well yes now of policy politeness i'm not going to die are not needed i mean really how things are in the last bring more bread the last the last thing please don't call me an artist the last thing we need in an aging society yes but an overpopulated europe the society of everything becomes. a huge influx of young men who have no skills but the high potential for political and religious violence that's the last thing we need in europe it's creating a social and economic bomb in a society and you are creating that by by we checked in reality basically. and you
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want to force the whole population of europe by using words like nazi and storms on before you. an asylum a chore but he has checked that multiculturalism because if we need a different solution for this problem ok then i'm not going on particular night i mean let's look at the other points here in that we're also looking at a sense of what is cultural identity and i just worried about about martin's idea about final solution and i'm wondering i don't i don't think that is exactly where it's very let's get let's keep away from the personal slow so you know what i'm going to say find a solution tell mind gentlemen let's go let's get away from the personal thing and say i know we can tell you at opposite ends of the political spectrum let's look at some of the practicalities here and the fact that my if i confess come to you if we're looking in terms of as you said in terms of perhaps there will be a what you consider an evolution in terms of population should not then be something that is controlled to a certain level so that the logistics the practicalities of. certain countries that
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are taking in refugees they are taking in migrants are able to deal with that particular situation if you're saying it is a fait accompli and it looks like the people movement do you not think we do have a quota system do you not think that this should be a means of regulating and also let's look at security here which is something that martin touched on in the a means of be able to control people and also to regulate people going in and out and exchanges in the world do you not agree with that absolutely i think all jocular exchanges sides think there are some really serious issues here about what does a model of integration look like what the successful integration looked like and how do we have a counter terrorist counter extremism strategy that deals with not only is limited inspired terror but also the rise of the far right like britain first piggy to the e.t.l. and the far across europe we do need to tackle both ends of the spectrum so you raise some huge issues firstly we need to recognize and i'll give the u.k. as a. as a case study we have a counter terror strategy that has been failing for years we've seen increasing
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acts of violence in the streets from both ends of the terrorist spectrum whether that's far right white supremacist christian ideological. supranational east identity about about immigrants and muslims and migration and multiculturalist as we see and at the same time we've we've seen. a complete breakdown in society and when we look at counter-terror cross you have look what happened in brussels and moment because those areas are not really sorry over again and they really need we don't see it but we see it i'm going to have to wrap this up and it just is it gets are we are for it and afraid so i'll just say much for your source terrified to have to austerity policies and having other things going to be closing the borders i'm not saying thank you very much for your thoughts and thanks for having an open borders open billingsley ok. more news coming your way after the short break. that's.
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various independent experts and journalists in an effort to understand just how we depend to germany really when it comes to decision making. whether it acts on its own national interests ok or is out someone else will. welcome back ever since his election victory donald trump's face media allegations that he may have putin was responsible for putting him in the white house but now the president has raised more than a few eyebrows after claiming the russian leader would have preferred in ri clinton . has the details the media firestorm continues to circle around allegations of collusion between russia and team trump the president says that his america first policy actually makes him a less desirable u.s. president than hillary clinton or at least and russia if he would like hillary
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which she wants to have windmills he would much rather have that because energy prices will go up and russia as you know relies very much on energy so mr brown there are many things that i do that are the exact opposite of what he would want so what i keep hearing about that he would have rather had dropped i think probably not term but also went on to say that if hillary had been elected the u.s. military would be quote decimated but with him at the reins the u.s. military will only grow stronger something trump believes putin does not want now quickest spokes person did respond to those comments simply stating that russia's main interest is improving bilateral relations with whoever holds the office of president moving to do so. we want the leaders of foreign countries to have a positive approach to future relations with russia we welcome everyone with that same position. but again russia has never interfered is not interfering and is not going to interfere in other countries internal affairs
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a country's leadership is not elected because of someone's influence but by the people who live in that country now russia has long been calling for constructive dialogue with the u.s. and that was in fact finally seen on the sidelines of the g twenty summit last week with putin trump having their first face to face meeting a discussion that trump has spoken very highly of you get along very well and i think that's a good thing this is not a bad thing you know with the most ago they should get along well with the people that are saying that i think we got along very very well during that interview trump also stressed the need for further communication with moscow in order to work together on issues like the syria ceasefire that they brokered with jordan to further shared interests so let's hope that can happen. it was trump russia collusion constantly topping the news agenda one of the president's advisors kellyanne conway decided to splays out plain and simple to americans that's how all the people at home what's the conclusion collusion you know we don't have that yet
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i say illusion and evolution don't require everyone forward conclusion collision no illusion delusion yet however of us haven't clinton braced conway's clarity instead turning her into internet means one uses suggested she's being held captive by the us president or that she should have held up the final result of the twenty sixteen election one of the ones thought it was like being taught by a kindergarten teacher. the u.s. tested its large missile defense system on tuesday by shooting down a simulated target over the pacific washington says it's the first time ever an intermediate range ballistic missile has been successfully hit the type similar to those apparently being developed by north korea wants of the american anti-missile system have already been installed in south korea meanwhile pyongyang's threatened
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to turn the u.s. into a pile of ash that's if washington tries to use military force to stop its nuclear program although the u.s. drill was planned months ago it's being seen as a response to north korea's latest missile test earlier this month. after that test president trump expressed his dissatisfaction with china for not putting more pressure on north korea. looks at how washington is trying to lean on regional powers even before the eleven missile tests north korea conducted this year the u.s. has long demanded beijing to do more to curb pyongyang's nuclear program this rhetoric even got a term of its own the china responsibility theory which angered beijing don't change usually don't join or is neither a focal points of contradictions over the issue no real driving force behind the current escalation of tensions on the peninsula if china is striving to put out the fire while the other is a fuelling the flame how can china's if it's achieved expected outcomes how can the
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tension be eased to be fair china is only major diplomatic ally and key economic partner so makes sense for the u.s. and others to urge beijing to use its leverage on north korea china and other regional partners should also step up their efforts to help shove this security situation we need to work together to deal with some of the pressing difficult issues such as the threat from north korea but is it fair to expect beijing to ease tensions on the peninsula while washington fans the crisis by flexing its military muscles in the region every chance it gets. on top of that we are talking about trump and kim two politicians who have little to agree on except maybe their desire for attention we are going to beat these aliens because we've got the best military you want to see what all.
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do well what. this baby from a. china understands what the p.r. government actually thinks that came drunk on government thing. they believe that nuclear weapons are absolutely essential for their own security the u.s. government carries out war exercises simulating the destruction of north korea twice a year they just did a nuclear bomb dropping drill the chinese never had the ability to tell north korea what to do donald trump either did not understand this another words of failure on his part to actually understand the relationship or he was just trying to do arm twisting against china but we can see now from china's statement that they have run out of patience that they consider it to be an abrogation of u.s. responsibility to find a way to come to a solution in the korean crisis bear in mind that north korea also said its ruling to return to the negotiating table if the u.s.
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is willing to meet the hermit state half way namely to stop large scale joint military exercises with south korea and this is how the u.s. responded i know that has to be me or station the secretary has said he's not going to negotiate his way back to the negotiating table manners of all so instead of the china responsibility theory perhaps washington should stop provoking north korea and take heed of the chinese proverb don't fan the flames support the fire. five men convicted of murdering russian opposition figure bodies name self back in twenty fifteen have been handed a lengthy prison sentence is daniel hawkins has more on how the trial went to spin their own two and a half years since opposition figure boris themself was gunned down in central moscow just meters from the kremlin it was a case that resonated here in russia a broad as well accusation speculation was very quick to fly in all directions about the motives of the killers and he was actually responsible now authorities
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very quickly pledged to find those guilty of the killing and after a complex investigation of five men were arrested all from the southern russian republic of chechnya they were charged with murder at the end of twenty fifteen last month they were found guilty and today the sentences were for. handed down one of the key men involves older diouf was named as the actual gunman who pulled the trigger he was given a twenty year sentence he was a former officer in the church and security services four other men were given sentences of between eleven and nineteen years for their roles in the organisation of the murder itself now authorities say one of the masterminds. is still wanted at large and another one was killed by security forces in an attempt to detain him though it's worth noting the diet himself confessed initially to the murder saying it was carried out in revenge for themselves allege negative comments about islam he subsequently there were tracked to diet and maintained his innocence as the four other suspects we know at least one of them their legal team will be appealing this
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result now. family they say they view this case and trial as a cover up they say those sentenced today were simply pawns of protecting those higher up who were truly responsible for this murder. confirm this they said the suspects who killed them software hired by unidentified figures at this point that investigation is still ongoing and the families say they will not stop in their pursuit of justice now others of course will view this as a final chapter a formal welcome closure in a tragic case which has over the last two and a half years become one of russia's most high profile murder cases. at least eighteen people have been injured including a six year old child after a fire tore through a shopping center in moscow the fire broke out at the rio shopping center in the northeast of the capital fourteen of the eighteen people injured needed treatment
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the fire managed to spread to more than a thousand square meters before that brought under control but it could have been far worse had it not been for the bravery of some of the people at the scene we spoke to one of the center's security guards. when i was going through the. smoke i found a woman in the bakery she was lying unconscious i picked her up and carried it to the exit i took her outside and layer on a bench then i poured some water over the next likely my mask and went back in i took my torch and turned it on i had some other people screaming inside i got on my knees is there was less smoke billowed and started moving i was trying to find more people assume i am crawling i took his hands and we went towards the exits of the security men were also using flashlights to help us because the smoke was black we could hardly see our main aim was to help people. now the panama paper scandal which expires the shady offshore accounts of the world's movers and shakers was a big headache for pakistan's prime minister lunch following
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a court case he was cleared of any wrongdoing in april however he's back in the dock following a new twist involving his daughter's apparent lack of computer skills.
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and e.u. mission to stop human trafficking in the mediterranean and decrease deaths at sea has failed according to a new report house of lords committee in the u.k. . he has concluded the operation launched in twenty fifteen failed to achieve its objective and should now be scrapped it also found that irregular migration has increased as have the number of deaths during attempted crossings while smugglers have adapted their methods we talked to one of those behind the report on a sunday burma he was the chair of the e.u. external affairs subcommittee i think the committee's mandate was to look at whether operations if he had worked we've come to the conclusion obvious that you know we need to carry on saving lives but do we need to use the vessels that we're currently using they're expensive have they deterred the smugglers or no maybe there are more appropriate vessels that can be used and coordinate better
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coordinated response the migrant crisis has not decreased but what's happened of course is that was with intervened through operation severe with very sophisticated naval vessels these smugglers have decided to transfer their people the trafficked people into less safe vessels and so they're taking them in these dignities and then take them thirty kilometers away from libyan shores and then just leave them there and of course that's extremely dangerous. the report also states smuggling networks can only be effectively fought if the situation in libya is stabilized however considering three rival governments are currently competing for power there that seems all but impossible we need to look at the problem at source we need to look at the start of the pipeline rather than by the time the people have come to
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libya and are then getting into these and see were the vessels and trying to cross the mediterranean this is a problem for all of europe it is dealt with with a coalition of partners on working together but we also have to be able to work with the libyan government and at this moment in time we don't have a libyan government that we can constructively work with you're watching r.t. international i'll be back with the headlines at the top of the hour. do colonies still exist. rico's treated as one as our own no economy calls on the hind fulsomely. and them. on the board both recall. and i know a lot of it doesn't make. the island is controlled by the us government and some
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a very strong magnetic field held in my head. think of it like a real hard pressure my skin burned and that wireless access point and it's just continuous on saying with our students in the schools. we are just continually baking our citizens in this microwave radiation it is certainly electro small and it's getting worse. in the us a child can choose an army course in school. with retired officers as teachers we don't. recruit we'll sisters if the cadet is interested in going in the military but we don't recruit ourselves and see. the pentagon is funding a program to boost interest in the military among teenagers your chance to step up
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coming up on our team eric call the white police officer who shot and killed a black man in ohio wal-mart back in two thousand and fourteen will not face federal charges we've got the full story coming up. and in georgia an officer was caught beating a homeless woman with a baton inside of a gas station will discuss this case in more with reverend barry lynn scott he. and the u.s. navy has polluted drinking water supplies in washington state at levels four hundred percent higher than what is considered safe.


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