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john oliver a hearty americans do the same we are apparently better than food let's see some people you've never heard of love back to the night my president of the world bank though kate was really. seriously send us an e-mail. a russian journalist working for the country's channel long will be deported from ukraine as security services walden this will happen to anyone they claim craney and. in syria the u.s. led coalition has exchanged fire with turkish backed bread also near the city of monday as the interests of nato allies in the country clash. after being saved from islamic state all friends in iraq are still in search of a normal childhood. vulnerable for abuse they're vulnerable for trafficking they're vulnerable for. doing to children exposed.
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and germany's foreign minister says it's time to kick america's nuclear weapons out of his country the issue is one of several that have emerged in the run up to the german general election. thank you for joining us here at r.t. international i'm kate. and let's start with that top story ukraine security services say that a russian journalist will be forcibly deported from that country twenty nine year old. who works for russia's channel one and is based in kiev had received threats because of her work well for more on this story i'm now joined live by the question of the realm of the net what more can you tell me about what's been happening well the ukraine security services released a statement and according to is the russian journalist on the call but there will
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be deported back to russia now at the moment her documents are being processed for her official deportation now earlier today russian channel one said. there were puerto it was taking rights in the streets by a group of unknown man and put in a coup. our all contact with her was lost on the channel had no information regarding her whereabouts now ukraine security services claims that everything that was done was done according to the law and in a statement that was a day it was also added that this meeting deportation will happen to every single person who they see as someone smearing ukraine so basically everyone whose position they do not agree with now on the bottle was born in the south than russian city of starving and her last seven reports were that were in the channel one were on the current situation in ukraine now it was also revealed that soon before she was d.
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teens she received threats and just a few days earlier too that her name was added to the public blacklist on the website which is called peacekeeper which is a ukrainian nationalist website to which accuse her of biased reporting and also being antsy ukrainian propagandist and now her last report was on the military parades that took place in ukraine and was dedicated to this celebration of the country's independence day now regarding this current this current situation r.t. has requested ten international organizations for comment now we do expect to hear something from international media support from center for freedom of the media from the international federation of journalists so it is still a developing story in terms of feedback in terms of some reaction on what happened today in the ukraine so i'm sure we'll get back to you who have some response put in a question of i thank you very much indeed thank you. all relations
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between nato allies america and turkey are again in the spotlight off the u.s. led coalition forces exchanged fire with turkish backed rebels near the syrian city of london. veteran explains how events unfolded. the u.s. has found itself between a rock and a hard place in syria namely between kurdish and turkish forces both of whom are supposed to be american allies but consider what another anime is and it seems tensions are on the rise with a coalition spokesperson revealing that u.s. backed forces exchanged fire with pro turkish rebels not once but several times in recent weeks when patrolling areas held by the forces turkey supports a move to pull occasions in the last two weeks coalition forces conducting over mobile patrols northwest of members in northern syria received. from groups these incidents have occurred in territories primarily under the control of turkish booked flights is now the us has told turkey to pass on to the rebels they support
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that firing on u.s. led coalition forces is quote not acceptable adding that patrols will continue and warning that coalition forces are always prepared and ready to defend themselves if need be which is not exactly the kind of dialogue you'd expect between two major powers meant to be important friends and allies but the reality of the situation is that northern syria is now a metaphorical minefield of possible clashes with conflicting alliances that could unravel at the slightest misstep. turkey remains a nato ally and an important part partner in the fight against dash we expect both those relationships with multilateral wishes to continue.
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to you to work with the white b.g. as a part of the overarching syrian democratic forces i . told you many times. to side with us those terrorist organizations you haven't had a good growth them and that's why the region is turned into the sea. up till now america has more or less managed to navigate the murky waters between the turks and kurds even deploying a number of troops to northern syria months ago with the specific task of deterring the two parties from attacking one another but that effort has met with little success leaving few surprises in the wake of these recent skirmishes in fact cult looks like this one has been a long time coming if it's and then american military advisors go too far our forces would not care if american. carries out there. by accident if you
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rockets can hit them that the u.s. was of course never invited into syria but rushed in anyway perhaps without fully understanding the lay of the land. now washington finds itself trying to keep peace between its own partners all the while distracting from the real enemy at hand i saw jack and r.t. washington d.c. . and the battle to force eyes so from war torn iraq has devastated civilian lives in parts of the country with children particularly affected even before the liberation of mosul and the battle for telephonic the number of youngsters desperately in need of help exceeded five million there are no present day figures but that numbers now expected to be much higher i guess day of takes a look at what problems these children face in their struggle for a normal life. these children have seen more bloodshed
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and agony than most adults will in a lifetime nearly ninety percent of children have lost a member of a family either they were kidnapped or killed and when they were escaping from the fight many of them have lost family members they were shot at from behind or when they were falling on booby traps it has been a horrible experience. so this helicopter flies around. dropping down on the floor and i'm carrying some of them my some of them feel when they see for a mess some of them feel when they see you know people that they are not comfortable in with some of them shut up and say no what for quite a long time until they could act what opened up definitely they call the extreme distress and also physically unfortunately many of them are wounded. many of
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the hospitals we visit confirmed that. the biggest number of civilians they have in the hospitals are children traumatised in mind and body but alive lucky by local standards though let's be frank stuck in orphanages and refugee camps in iraq and you believe given the sheer magnitude of the problem thousands and thousands of orphans and little. do you believe you can adequately help them we are helping those sold and we we see certainly we don't have enough resources the children are almost everywhere but ultimately the support comes from family from government and the extended family that once we connect children they are everybody scheme to receive them and the support of the problem is made. king the connection all of these orphans iraq so many
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a foreign children of isis fighters learn how busy it is much better a foreign children were reunited with their families they will have problems here with documents in schools with health care they need their families love problems is putting it lightly in iraq tribal culture venerates blood feuds and revenge isis harmed millions there are those who would use these children who hate them for what their parents did. vulnerable for all abuse they are vulnerable for trafficking or for. any danger that children are exposed to in today's technology any. bad group. could get those children unharmed them some of these lost children a raped their assaulted abused and abandoned killed for their organs hated
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for the sins of their fathers the un and unicef do what they can to protect them but there are too many getting them out is a reward unto itself. we helped identify and reunite a number of these shoulder and yet it isn't straightforward uni set for example once these kids identities protected fearing stigma or exploitation we know we tell our children it's playing chess. because if we do not allow our children to normalize tensions that we did not know how do we think of allowing a child that had gone. crisis is. to expose him to have
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become a it's a hard choice you can show their faces for everyone to see and let their relatives recognize them or pray that they find them themselves one desperate young refugee among the rocks millions more i guess the. fermented be iraq. germany's foreign minister says he'd like to see american nuclear weapons removed from his country that will make the statements during a visit to washington he met his u.s. counterpart rex tillerson peter olivia as well but we saw on this visit this official visit to the united states. was right at the very end he came out and he said that he would fully support what martin shultz has said in the past that u.s. nuclear weapons it's time to open dialogue about getting them off german soil of course i'm convinced that we need to finally start talking about arms control and
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disarmament once again in this regard i agree with mr shultz is point that we need to get rid of the nuclear weapons that are stationed in our country. well it's understood that there are around twenty u.s. nuclear warheads in germany based in the southwest of the country and just last week the s.p.d. candidate for chancellor martin shultz the former european parliament president of course was down in turkey have it right in the southwest of the country giving a speech about how it was time to get rid of these nuclear weapons we can hear what he had to say right now each. of the nuclear weapons currently stationed in germany well sigma gabrial has said on defense in the past that the us is demands for a two percent of g.d.p. payment by all nato members was unrealistic for germany and it does seem that along with martin short they're pushing this no to nukes policy really because
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it's one of the few ones that they can really go with the german chancellor on the s.p. day the closest rivals to angola merkel currently trailed by around fourteen points if you look at the latest opinion polls in nuclear weapons is really the only position that they can attack angela merkel on the german chancellor is accused in some circles here in germany of following the american line far too closely particularly when it comes to nuclear weapons and the esprit de want to set themselves aside in doing so they've got to put themselves in line with what has the party of peace really how they're going to try and market themselves with just under a month to go before the german parliamentary elections take place here they're really far behind they're going to have to push very hard over the coming weeks if they're going to try and topple angola merkel from her position as german chancellor. now a new report by swedish police says there's been
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a dramatic increase in so-called no go zones across the country over the last two years the number of what swedish officials call vulnerable areas has now reached. sixty one also up to five thousand criminals are believed to be living in them making up some of the two hundred criminal networks currently active there the problems in all the districts which are heavily populated by migrants remain the same. they sell drugs openly they carry weapons i have heard that there are so many
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weapons in kids' stuff that they could take over accused in a few hours. there has been quite a lot of shooting very brutal mistreatment of entrepreneurs' a lot of property. that. we need to make clear shift in direction and we cannot continue in this direction ten more years so i didn't used to do more we need to do more we need to focus on the serious here the problem is the cultural differences and that these immigrants who come to sweden to not want to integrate or some of them don't want to integrate we see this in is facially many of the european countries where they have taken a lot of immigrants we don't see it in for example poland hungary but in germany
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in this country where i live in denmark we also have not in copenhagen for example and in sweden also so especially in the places where they have taken in a lot of immigrants we see these problems also in france and belgium and in sweden government people didn't want to admit that this is. actually have problems so they were did don't want to mention. peace no go some say this no go sometimes. protests have also erupted in paris i remind you of my calls new labor law that story and more after the break. what politicians do something anything. they put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. for something i want to.
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welcome back a five year old british girl has reportedly been removed from a muslim foster family off to a judge ruled she should be returned to her grandmother and the case has sparked a debate over the media's coverage of it. all for more on this let's cross to london and an associate judge in a rather nasty a well some british newspapers have faced about of the how they've reported on this so what is the. well that's right kate this case involving the foster care of a five year old christian girl has certainly gotten some traction here in the u.k. this started when the times began reporting on the case of this child living throughout a period of six months according to them in two sets of foster care muslim families and according to the times they cited things such as the parents not being able to the foster care carers not being able to speak enough english the child being
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forced to remove her cross they also reported on the fact that they claimed that she was not allowed to eat pasta court carbonara because it had bacon in it and that the foster carers insisted that she learn arabic now this of course was to picked up by other news outlets and created quite a bit of controversy here in the u.k. as well as lots of public reaction and we do know that the muslim council have been saying that this was an attempt the coverage was an attempt to demonize their faith they said that some of the coverage has been appalling we do know that m.p.'s have been calling for an investigation into this case and also some people have been speaking for the need to give as much attention to muslim children living in non muslim families now that said we do know that the counsel involved in statements including to us have said that the some of the reporting has actually been according to them inaccurate they said that the foster care families were actually english speakers of mixed race and we can tell you that now there is there are
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reports ongoing saying that a newspaper regulator is going to be looking into some of that coverage either way a judge today did rule that the girl is now going to be moved to live with her grandmother citing the need for culturally matched placement in terms of religion and ethnicity and as far as we understand all of the sides involved in this case approve this decision fascinating stuff auntie's anastasio check in to thank you very much indeed thank you. meanwhile dozens of people have taken to the streets of paris to protest against president emanuel mccall's new labor law which is intended to make it easier for companies to hire and fire workers demonstrators are also outraged by a backless choice of labor minister a multi-millionaire whom they argue doesn't have workers' interests at heart and the lp coal isn't the only controversial face in the french cabinet also on the question are the ministerial credentials of a naturalized publisher of belgian origin and and the limpid medalist as r.t.
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charlotte do bensky reports the protesters think macro is failing to represent the people. but the demonstrators have come out again in front to show how unhappy they are with a manual not once planned perform on the working code they have been shouting that they will resist those with the intent to which we do to find out in front on thursday they have described emanuel my own as being a man who only supports business i once took the rights of look at this is what people have been saying to us said that. if you tax work and the workers were against it because as it has no a show now we can share the work. represents the big boss says he wants a couple good services social protections and everything achieved by workers turns
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a group without something. about ideology to be able to sign easily and stop what in fact he wants to get rid of employee protections all together it's a big attack of the hierarchy deals will now take over those are some of the reasons why the demonstrators hate feel so passionately against these reforms to the working code but not everybody is unhappy with the plans to reform the working to take front forms that suggest it will mean that in four years we'll have more ability to hire and fire people to negotiate over salary in terms of additional hours that people work and not see why the heads of the employers federation has actually come out not just in support of this reform but is actually a manual matter going to go when he introduces that working reform some people have described this as being a bellwether for my presidency because this is his first major attempt to pass
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a big piece of legislation may run smoothly but recesses how fails. so it means you see without matt colie will be able despite his continuing plunging popularity in the party in the polls to be able to pressure this reform through and to appease the french people charlotte even ski altie paris. meanwhile brown university a member of america's elite ivy league group of universities and colleges has long made fixing historical injustice one of its key priorities. people took things that didn't belong to them. without permission of the people
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that they were taking from the communities that they were taking from. now we'll. see how we use our years on top posters how to focus solely on the dock there. but now the university is on the defensive after a native american tribes set up a protest camp on its premises it insists the land was stolen from them hundreds of years ago and now they want it back we've done everything possible by lower to engage the powers that be in this state and we're just an invisible invisible tribe we don't exist this was our principal food and we want to stay here repatriated back to our charges about our spiritual high grounds here and hopefully. these
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things will come. well brown claims to have warm relations with local indigenous tribes it hosts annual meetings to raise awareness about minority group issues and it made headlines after renaming a federal holiday from columbus day to indigenous peoples day last year however when it comes to the tribes demands the university is refusing to budge the block a not good tribe is not recognized by the federal government or more importantly by the other federally recognized indigenous communities there is an important technical difference between holding needed answers tree and holding nation status and that is at the heart of the issue here really encampment has already been on the campus for more than a week the tribe insists it's staying there and he's also taking the case to court co-founder of the code pink activist groups thinks the dispute shows the university's progressive talk is just a facade. talk is cheap it certainly is the in thing now or
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corporations universities sports associations to talk that talk about how progressive they are to adopt the language. but when the call is for land to be given back or for reparations to be made for slavery or anything that involves actual financial restitution that's where they draw the line. that's all and he's for now but we're back at the top of the hour see that.
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the two thousand and eight economic crisis turns some countries into paid these are the countries with weaker economies that needed austerity policies if you are in a situation of low bloat even the recession austerity is a very bad idea it doesn't work and it makes millions of people very unhappy those who are unemployed see their wages decline almost a decade how good are the results then you join peace will come by the people. in which the water all beat people to see what do i do in a choice a beautiful blue she.
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while still in place one of the consequences is to weaken. a well first. of this is the truth the consumer is the consequences are quite acceptable to the decision maker.
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hello and welcome to cross talk where all things are considered peter lavelle fifty years ago the american naval vessel u.s.s. liberty was brutally attacked by israeli forces the attack on the liberty was one of the worst assaults ever carried out on a u.s. naval vessel in peacetime and committed by an allied country since then the survivors of this unprovoked attack have been seeking justice. crosstalk in the u.s.s. liberty i'm joined by my guest ken o'keefe in new york he is a political analyst and the ex u.s.
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marine who renounced us citizenship in greenville we have philip nelson he is the primary author of remember the liberty as well as author of two books on lyndon johnson and in lake jackson we cross to daniel mcadams he is the executive director of the ron paul institute for peace and prosperity all right gentlemen crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want i always appreciate phil if i can go to you holding the book there in greenville you've written about this. just real quickly i know it's a there's a lot of detail in the book is been told is very good but a lot of our viewers have never ever heard of this event so could you in a nutshell tell us what happened fifty years ago in the mediterranean go ahead. well it's a long story and i'll try to condense it as best i can but it had to do with an attack that had been preplanned i believe for many months maybe two years in the planning yet it was it was portrayed as being
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a spontaneous war and that egypt had attacked israel. that was anything but the truth and and in fact since then most of the subsequent leaders of israel admitted that menachem begin for example admitted that others you talk are being admitted that that it was that it had been provoked by israel against syria jordan and egypt for many months the us everything came off the track when when the war commenced ten days early it was scheduled had been scheduled for months to start on june the fifteenth it started on june the fifth because of all these provocations that works so effectively it was beyond their expects spectate ok ok ok but let's let's talk about the attack itself what happened how this ship was attacked by israelis give this you know five major points what
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happened on that day go ahead ok on that on that day after surveilling the ship for several hours about six or seven hours starting at six in the morning. up to thirteen at least twelve or thirteen overflights of the ship some as low as a thousand feet. by by different israeli aircraft. they were doing that for a purpose and i believe the purpose was to map out exactly where the strategy we're told that is what what vulnerable points ok additional before and how we're going on ok phil phil i want to get i want to get everybody in here because we got a lot to talk about here ken phillips the expert on what happened here but you know again i want to stress here that this assault in peace time by alleged ally on an american naval vessel it's not part of popular culture or popular common
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knowledge and then there's a reason for that isn't that true go ahead ken. what yes if we could just recap briefly this attack took place over two hours on a clear blue sunny day this ship was an allied ship of israel the united states had been supporting israel hand and foot to that point so when the israelis were doing their overflights all the americans were waving to the israeli jets to the point they could actually see the pilots in the cockpits they were that close this attack occurred over about a two hour period thousands of rounds were fired fifty caliber machine gun napalm rockets they were brought in submarine they brought in torpedoes i believe four torpedoes were fired at the u.s.s. liberty one of them hit it was an act of god that the captain managed to avoid three of the others if that one torpedo would hit fifteen inches over it would have hit the boiler room and that entire ship would have song another aspect of this is a blatant war crime whereby when the captain actually gave the order to abandon ship all of the life rafts that were launched in the water were shot out of the
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water by the israelis that is a patent war crime the real objective here was to frame egypt for having been responsible for this attack to kill every single member of that ship over two hundred and ultimately because they were not able to sink the ship the phantom jets that had been launched towards cairo which were nuclear armed were not able to be used but make no mistake about it i believe having read many of the details of this and read filled toney's actually book what i saw all that day that it is absolutely clear that the only thing that saved us from world war three at that time was the fact that ship did not sink and there were witnesses and it also brings up a very interesting subject about a russian ship that was in the area and may very well have staved off the sinking of the ship as well so all this was a late night attack it was a false flag and it didn't go according to plan but daniel you know wouldn't when it's ever mentioned that read an article and how it's just a few days ago it was a mistake it was an honest mistake that's what is being fed to publics right now
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whenever it cup pops up go ahead daniel. well certainly that's the word that came down from l.b.j. on down the you know the commission of inquiry the court of inquiry was told before the investigation what the conclusion was to be and i think he was quoted at least maybe apocryphally saying i'm not going to go to war or embarrass an ally for a few sailors so that was obviously from the top on down you know admiral admiral mccain the father of our great senator from arizona was obviously was involved in the coverup as well but make a good point earlier most of america doesn't know what happened i have to be honest i have to confess i didn't know anything about it until i was up on the hill probably fifteen years ago and someone dropped off a v.h.s. how old it was what happened i put off watching it for a while because i had no idea what this was all about when you finally do watch and get the whole story it's extremely compelling why is it i mean it for me this is been a conspiracy of silence for fifty years i mean i know that you've worked with survivors
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i mean and philip giraldi and ray mcgovern you write eloquently about it and i'm very thankful for them but you know you guys are having a hard time getting your story out it's amazing go ahead fill. ok well the reason for that was because of the cover up there was a media mediately in vote by president johnson directing it to the joint chiefs to robert mcnamara to. john mccain the second the father of the center and it was so effectively and so brutally enforced all of the survivors were threatened with prison time if if they said a word about it to anybody including their wives their mothers their fathers and anybody and right immediately after the attack after they were all they managed to survive this they were all dispersed throughout the world on different ships so that no two of them would be together anywhere and they were watched very closely
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to be sure that they did talk and that that cover up still persists today that's the reason that ninety eight percent of the people have never heard of it and those who do have generally accepted the canard that it was was just an accident it was not never an actual can't plan for at least two years one of the interesting things ken is that the us s. liberty is the most decorated ship i think in an american naval history they gave them all the awards all of the op likes but they did it in secret they did it behind closed doors i mean they got these they got some kind of recognition but absolutely zero public recognition because the true story would come out this is not a mistake this was an intentional attack and the implications of that attack we feel to this very moment go ahead ken. yes indeed and there are court transcripts there are transcripts of tapes between israeli pilots and the command centers in israel
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in which the israeli pilots are actually squashed i mean the orders which are to attack because they understand very clearly that they are attacking an american ship and the orders are repeated by the command centers in israel to indeed attack the ship there is no accident here and where this becomes really relevant is that for a long time israel and the jewish supremacists how would it say tannic mass media that we have which pushes agendas like weapons of mass destruction which results in the death of a million to two million people in iraq a country completely devastated that same power structure remains in place from one nine hundred sixty seven to this day and the coverup of nine eleven and israeli mossad agents involved in nine eleven which is indisputable by any serious investigation remains the same in the real point here is that israel can do anything including murdering thirty four american service members in cold blood and attempting to murder every single member of the u.s.s. liberty so as to justify a policy which would have sucked american sons and daughters into
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a third world war because israel does not have the integrity nor the courage or any kind of author whatsoever to go and attack its enemies itself it uses america and continues to use america as sacrificial lambs to go off and fight their wars so that israel can expand this is the bigger issue and the u.s.s. liberty as long as the american people refuse to face this and actually make sure that justice is served we're going to continue to get more of the same but these false flag endeavors to sacrifice more and more americans and let us not forget the twenty two american service members a day that commits suicide because they've been sent off to fight israeli wars and you know daniel and when i when i understand the lyndon johnson's reaction the president the time he was a coward he was simply a coward. he was a politicians don't take extra that say saudi arabia that's a repetitive oh yeah go ahead. but you know there is their business unfortunate taint you know and i think it's one way of keeping the conspiracy of silence
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there's a taint of some sort of anti-semitism if you bring it up you know i just met a liberty survivor in april he was at one of our conferences here and you know this man had not an anti-semitic bone in his body what he cared about where the people he served with on that ship when he cared about is having some acknowledgement of what happened some validation of their experiences for the historical record to be corrected that's what he's looking for and that's what's normal and that's the grotesqueness of this entire cover up is because it didn't allow these soldiers and these sailors to have closure that's why they suffer from p.t.s.d. times one hundred they couldn't even talk to their wives about it and that's the most cruel injustice i think of all ok gentlemen to jump in here we're going to go to a short break and after that short break we'll continue our discussion on the attack on the u.s.s. liberty fifty years ago stay with our team. here's
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back to cross like we're all things are considered i'm peter lavelle to remind you we're discussing the attack on the u.s.s. liberty fifty years ago. ok phil i'd like to go back to you in greenville it seems to me and correct me if i'm wrong that the the us turning a blind eye to this myth of gross injustice done to the sailors of the u.s.s. liberty that night it's seems to me an interesting point of departure because we have seen how the israeli lobby influences american foreign policy actually even drives that some people would say in the middle east so if you can get away with committing murder and i think that you know on the face of it that's exactly what it was committing murder and you can get away with it you can get away with just about anything else go ahead bill. well that's true and that's obviously an atrocity that cannot be forgiven in any way but it's important to for me to
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stress the fact that all of the other books ever written about the liberty sort of skipped over the involvement of lyndon johnson and our book does not do that pen's much of the responsibility on him i believe that having surrounded himself with with very overly zealous zionists as advisors. knew numerous men i'm not going to name all of them they're all in the book of course but. i believe that they that he through them and their counterparts in israel had planned this action for up to two years and i believe that the sinking of the liberty was was a piece that johnson personally and vote i believe that it was all driven by his desire to have another landslide election the following year in one hundred sixty
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eight just as he used the previous falls flag attack in one thousand nine hundred sixty four called the gulf of tonkin as a means to ensure himself a landslide election in that year that that's what this was about for him i think that no one has ever produced any kind of rationale that that that israel could possibly benefit from such an attack a lot of things have been projected in that article you one of you mentioned in herat just two or three days ago. it was written by by people who and quoting michael oren who had been the previous ambassador from israel to the u.s. . he had written a book as well as a.j. crystal both of them are filled with lies and deceit that were planted at johnson's order fifty years ago. and i'm going to go here i'm not understanding the
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president i can i please ask are you are you suggesting are you suggesting that israel was simply manipulated by lyndon johnson and that israel wasn't very much having a huge interest in getting america into a fight with egypt are you concluding that lyndon johnson manipulated israel or am i mistaken here forgive me if i am. i believe that that part of it was was primarily advanced by johnson and johnson himself for his own personal reasons the by the way you have you have to remember that it was the fourth day of a six day war the war was essentially over that already. egypt they were they were having peace negotiations at the un well i mean phil you're the expert on it but it really is a lot of people would say is that taking out the u.s. is u.s.s. liberty we didn't die the americans knowing exactly what the israelis intended to
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do as that war was coming to an end ok and like taking illegally seizing arab territory palestinian territory the golan heights i mean there was a lot of the israelis didn't want washington to be listening to what their plans were at all it seems to me logic would dictate that. ok let me go to daniel but what i really like about it i have to. that is a theory that has been proposed ok i'm right and there are others and daniel let me go to you again i kind of want to stress you know that this is kind of a ground zero moment here because ever since one nine hundred sixty seven we've been able to see you know it's wag the dog dog i mean our eyes do not understand the how america benefits from its bizarre close relationship with israel what does the u.s. get out of it what has it ever got out of it except for a lot of pain a lot of blood and a lot of wasted treasury go ahead daniel. well unfortunately you're right i mean
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the liberty liberty attack was sort of ground zero and what has become a very unhealthy relationship between the u.s. and israel it's a one sided relationship as you point out but i think israelis learned that if they can do something like this go test with impunity they can do literally almost anything and unfortunately i would blame israel less than i would blame the cowards in congress the cowards in the administration the cowards in the media who are too afraid to question this for fear of being tarnished with some bad words they're afraid to do this you know members of congress have said behind the scenes you know gosh israel lobby is so strong they'll never go out in public and say you know it's it's it's something that's toxic on our own government and i think that's where the focus should be why are they so afraid you know they might lose their job they might get booted out of office you know it's pathetic you know you know can i seem to recall the congressman running for reelection saying you could never be too pro
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israel in a congressional election i think he's probably right. listen i really need to pay my respects to the u.s.s. liberty survivor's guilt or any and all of those who know damn well that that attack was carried out by israel and i don't to die for one second but lyndon baines johnson is a first class traitor on many levels and a pervert to boot so i'm not in any way defending that traitor however to suggest that lyndon baines johnson manipulated the israelis into it in tack for his own personal gains is insulting and absolutely contrary to the facts as i mentioned earlier their radio transcripts which are now a matter of public record in which the israeli pilots themselves are saying or questioning the order to attack what is clearly an american ship and the order is repeated to attack that ship so please don't tell me or anybody else that lyndon baines johnson manipulated that it is insulting now i'd like to get back to another
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point as well which is that of course as soon as we talk about the jewish state of israel and the jewish supremacists talmudic ideology which effectively pits all of us the rest of us the go as cattle to be used and we look at the actual pattern the lavon affair the u.s.s. liberty and direct direct involvement in nine eleven in fact it was a joint operation between us intelligence and military and its rating mossad agents who were arrested on the day with explosives in their bands celebrating and high fives all of this on record israel has continued to get away with their false flag but if you asians in order to use american sons and daughters as cattle to be sacrificed for their wars and i really seriously resent the idea that lyndon baines johnson did this and manipulated israel i find that really disgusting and borderline treasonous myself no serious historian can seriously put that board and i imagine that book has one hell of a lot of tap dancing in it if indeed that's what it says phil not i don't know what
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percentage of the documents that have been released do you see that ever happening were yourself another. writers would have access to more of the documents because it because it's made a long conspiracy i know that in two thousand and three that there was some kind of investigation it was admiral moore that was involved with that i mean when with do you think the public will ever have access to that or are you even convinced those documents even exist anymore well there was one document the does exist and it was discovered by accident by james innes when he was at the l.b.j. library of all places. which which was a document dated april the twenty seventh one thousand nine hundred sixty seven almost two months before the attack the clearly showed that that operation the larger operation not the attack on the liberty but the plans for the six day war which was called front let's six fifteen were discussed and somehow that document
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was misplaced and a virtually put into a file the liberty file that was at the l.b.j. library and missed by everybody until about nine hundred eighty eight when james ennis discovered it he showed it on that video the b.b.c. video dead in the water and it shows that that that committee the three zero three committee it was called was discussing. the operation and that someone noted on that memo memorandum it was it was basically the minutes of this meeting. handwritten on there is that there would be a submarine and u.a.r. waters united arab republic that's egypt. and so how i mean that is positive proof that there was there was something on the agenda that was a continuing agenda item and who knows for how long because the rest of the documents have never been. released probably never will be
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and it hides the fact that it was that three o three committee headed up by walter ross style and there were a number of other people of course this have the cia helms mcnamara they were all on this committee it doesn't mean necessarily that this other piece of it the u.s.s. liberty attack was was ever known to all of the people in that committee but certainly some of must have and then he had to let's talk about no it said i had my hands in the other the other the other where we're rapidly running out of time here daniel. what do you think give me your assessment here let's say somebody in middle america is flipping the stations and they suddenly see us talking about this what do you think the average response will be they'll probably think it's a movie or a docu drama i suppose go ahead daniel. well they probably won't see it because i'm
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to prevent our tea from being seen them in middle america but if they did they probably feel they were in a minefield is something that they've never heard before and you know if that's what makes it such an unhealthy relationship that we can't talk about these things in a rational way the issue is we are still seeing the same players in the same place today you see israel doing cross border attacks on the syrian army in defense of in offense and defense devices we see the u.s. and russia playing there we see us being on the verge of world war three once again that's why it's important for us to look back objective lee on his three and take a lesson from that so that we can survive you know into the next year without a world war and that's what i'm of what i'm afraid is not happening ok gentlemen we've run out of time here i want to speak to directly to all the survivors of the u.s.s. liberty and their families i'm very happy we made this program and i hope it gives you a little bit of comfort many thanks to my guests in new york greenville and unlink
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jackson and thanks to our viewers for watching us here darkie see you next time and remember us talk. a lot of us up a post. on the. last time we chased. each one of them carrying twenty kilos of. pushed. in. their free will remain there for more to come and then boy they have this is the this is for
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no. it is what it was because did a busy dancing little creature if you will the grammys. a russian journalist working for the country's channel one will be deported from ukraine as security services walden this will happen to anyone they claim is on t.v. ukrainian. after being saved from islamic state all things in iraq are still in search of a normal childhood. for abuses there are vulnerable for profit be vulnerable for. the danger the children are exposed. germany's foreign minister says it's time to kick america's nuclear weapons out of his country the issue is one of several that have emerged in the run up to the job
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and general election. this is our teams a national life from moscow thank you for watching i'm kate partridge and let's start with that top story the o.s.c. has called on ukraine to stop arresting and deporting journalists from other countries and soft ukraine security services announced earlier on wednesday as a russian journalist will be forcibly removed from the country twenty nine year old anna who works for russia's channel one and is based in kiev had received threats because of her work. well for more on this story i'm now joined live by question of ohio that means you know we can tell us about what's happened today well ukrainian security service is released this statement and according to its russian journalist on the will be deported back to russia now at the moment her documents are being
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processed for her official deportation earlier today russian channel one said that anna was taken right in the streets by a group of unknown man and put in a car all contact with her was the last stand the channel had no information regarding her whereabouts now ukraine security services claimed that everything was conducted according to the law and also in a statement that was released today they add this meaning deploy taishan will happen to. person who they see as someone smearing ukraine so basically everyone whose position they do not agree with now a few words sound the background of foreign acquitted by the way she is a russian journalist born and the south and russian city of atlanta and her last seven reports that were based on the current situation in ukraine it was also revealed that soon before she was teens she received threats in just
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a few days earlier her name was added to the deed of. the website peacekeeper now this website publishes personal data which is almost always so pertain to illegally anyone the people behind the website or its contribute to this consider enemies ukraine now this website has cost some controversy and the past at least two ukrainian public writer and former lawmaker idea kalashnikov were killed days after their home addresses were published by this website by a peacekeeper so as you can see it is a developing story we do expect to receive some reaction some. response and what happened today in the ukrainian capital and we'll get back to you these are worrying just developments there thank you very much medina caution of a thank you. will journalists covering ukraine have been deported before two spanish journalists were reportedly sent home just last week while in the last
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couple of months two journalists working for russian channels have been deported for allegedly gathering info and for negative coverage for international organizations have repeatedly called on it here to revise its policy towards journalists earlier this month the o.s.c. again voiced its concern over hasty deportations of russian journalists from ukraine while the committee to protect journalists called on the country to encourage different points of view you can see behind me you will see a solution of course. now the battle to force islamic state from war torn iraq has devastated civilian lives particularly those of children r.t. is continuing its campaign to find the relatives of children abandoned by their parents fighting for ice or more such children from mosul were recently brought to a baghdad orphanage. and there can no longer see you.
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when. it. comes to. you. and you will change the still. dark. prose you just heard the children don't speak russian it's all the kids who are with them say that they often chechnya and if you do recognize this point all this gulf please contact children at r.t. t.v. dot com ati's what i guess you have takes a look at the problems children face in war torn iraq. these children have seen more bloodshed and agony than most adults will in a lifetime nearly ninety percent of children have lost a member of a family either they were kidnapped or killed and when they were escaping from the
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fight many of them have lost family members they were shot at from behind or when they were forming on booby traps it has been a horrible experience. so this helicopter flies that our children were dropping down on the floor and i'm carrying some of them up my some of them feel when they see for a mess some of them feel when they see you when you know people that they are not comfortable with some of them shut up and say no what for quite a long time until they could act what opened up definitely they go the extreme distress and also physically unfortunately i'm one of them i wanted. many of the hospitalist we visit come from that. the biggest number of civilians they have in the hospitals and children traumatised in mind and body but alive
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lucky by local standards though let's be frank stuck in orphanages and refugee camps in iraq and you believe given the sheer magnitude of the problem thousands and thousands of orphans are little. do you believe you can adequately help them we are helping those. we we see certainly we don't have enough resources the children are almost everywhere but ultimately the support comes for family from government and the extended family that once we connect children there everybody scheme to receive them and the support that the problem is making the connection at all of these orphans iraq so many afford the children of isis fighters. and how busy it is much better of foreign children were reunited with their families they will have problems here with documents in schools with
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health care they need their families love problems is putting it lightly in iraq tribal culture venerates blood feuds and revenge isis harmed millions there are those who would use these children who hate them for what their parents did. vulnerable for all abuse they are vulnerable for trafficking. for. any danger that children exposed to in today's technology any. bad group. could get those children and harmed them some of these lost children a raped they were assaulted abused and abandoned killed for their organs hated for the sins of their. the u.n. and unicef do what they can to protect them but there are too many getting them out
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is a reward unto itself. the . more. we helped identify and reunite a number of these children yet it isn't straightforward unicef for example wants these kids identities protected fearing stigma or exploitation we know we tell our children is playing chess. because if we do not allow the children to talk to normally strangers that we do not know how do we think of allowing a child that had gone through the. crisis. to expose them to a big comma it's a hard choice you can show their faces for everyone to see and let their relatives recognize them or pray that they find them themselves one desperate young
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refugee among the rocks millions more i guess the. fermented be iraq. we were relations between nato allies america and turkey are again in the spotlight to u.s. led coalition forces exchanged fire with turkish banks rebels near the syrian city of miami beach jacqueline berger explains how events unfolded. the u.s. has found itself between a rock and a hard place in syria namely between kurdish and turkish forces both of whom are supposed to be american allies but consider one another anime and it seems tensions are on the rise with a coalition spokesperson revealing that u.s. backed forces exchanged fire with pro turkish rebels not once but several times in recent weeks when patrolling areas held by the forces turkey supports almost implications in the last two weeks coalition forces conducting over mobile patrols northwest of members in northern syria received. from groups these incidents have
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occurred in territories primarily under the control of turkish backed flights is now the u.s. has told turkey to pass on to the rebels they support that firing on u.s. led coalition forces is quote not acceptable adding that patrols will continue and warning that coalition forces are always prepared and ready to defend themselves if need be which is not exactly the kind of dialogue you'd expect between two major powers meant to be important friends and allies but the reality of the situation is that northern syria is now a metaphorical minefield of possible clashes with conflicting alliances that could unravel at the slightest misstep. turkey remains a nato ally and an important part partner in the play against dash we expect both
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those relationships with multilateral issues to continue. going to get you to work with the white b.g. as a part of the overarching syrian democratic forces. i told you many times you either side with us or those terrorist nations you haven't had a good girls them and that's why the region is turned into the sea. up till now america has more or less managed to navigate the murky waters between the turks and kurds even deploying a number of troops to northern syria months ago with the specific task of deterring the two parties from attacking one another but that effort has met with little success leaving few surprised in the wake of these recent skirmishes in fact conflicts like this one have been a long time coming if my b.g.
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units and their merican military advisers go too far a fool would not kill american. whether carries out there or live assad by accident if you rockets can hit them that the u.s. was of course never invited into syria but rushed in anyway perhaps without fully understanding the lay of the land. now washington finds itself trying to keep peace between its own partners all the while distracting from the real enemy at hand i saw just on the r.t. washington d.c. japanese foreign minister says he'd like to see american nuclear weapons removed from his country signal gabriele made the statements during a visit to washington where he met his u.s. counterpart rex tillerson peter over the small but we saw on this visit this official visit to the united states by gabriele was right at the very end he came out and he said that he would fully support what martin shultz has said in the past
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that u.s. nuclear weapons it's time to open a dialogue about getting them off german soil of course i'm convinced that we need to finally start talking about arms control and disarmament once again in this regard i agree with mr shultz is point that we need to get rid of the nuclear weapons the distinction did our country. well it's understood that there are around twenty u.s. nuclear warheads in germany based in the southwest of the country and just last week the s.p.d. candidate for chancellor martin schultz the former european poland president of course was down in turkey have it right in the southwest of the country giving a speech about how it was time to get rid of these nuclear weapons we can hear what he had to say right now. i would. dream of the nuclear weapons currently stationed in germany well sigma gabrial has said on defense in the past that the us is demands for a two percent of g.d.p.
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payment by all nato members was unrealistic for germany and it does seem that along with martin schultz they're pushing this no to nukes policy really because it's one of the few ones that they can really go with the german chancellor on the s.p. day the closest rivals to angola merkel currently trailed by around fourteen points if you look at the latest opinion polls in nuclear weapons is really the only position that they can attack angela merkel on the german chancellor is accused in some circles here in germany of following the american line far too closely particularly when it comes to nuclear weapons and the esprit de want to set themselves aside in doing so they've got to put themselves in line with. the party of peace really how they're going to try and market themselves with just under a month to go before the german parliamentary elections take place here they're really far behind they're going to have to push very hard over the coming weeks if
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they're going to try and topple angola merkel from her position as german chancellor. and you report by swedish police says there's been a dramatic increase in so-called no go zones across the country over the past two years the number of what swedish officials call valuable air. yes has now reached sixty one also up to five thousand criminals are believed to be living in them making up some of the two hundred criminal networks current active there are the problems in all the districts which are heavily populated by migrants remain the same.
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they sell drugs openly they carry weapons i have heard that there are so many weapons in kissed that they could take over accused in a few hours. there has been quite a lot of shooting very brutal mistreatment of entrepreneurs' a lot of property but. you need to make a clear shift in direction we cannot continue in this direction ten more years to say i didn't used to do more we need to do more we need to focus on the serious here the problem is the cultural differences and that these immigrants who come to sweden to not want to integrate or soft and don't want to integrate we see this is
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facially many of the european countries where they have taken a lot of immigrants we don't see it in for example poland. but in germany in this country where i live in denmark we also have not in copenhagen. for example and it in sweden also is so especially in the places where they have taken in a lot of immigrants if we see these problems also in france and belgium and in sweden it government people didn't want to admit that this is actually a problem so they were did don't want to mention. it you know goes some say as you know cold sometimes. they have been processed in paris over a manual must cost new labor law that story and more coming up after the break from .
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when something find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. welcome back the u.n. secretary general antonio guterres says he hasn't seen a humanitarian crisis like the one in gaza for years yesterday i was in from our two days out in gaza unfortunately to witness one of the most dramatic humanitarian crises that i have seen the many years working as a humanitarian aid in the united nations. for more on this i'm not joined by artie's paula slip well hi there paul i mean what else did antonio have to say about this. well this is the first time that the u.n. secretary general is visiting this region after taking office back in january and
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on wednesday he spent several hours in gaza where he says he was deeply moved by what he saw is also a corner on the israeli authorities to lift the siege on the coastal enclave. a mother he's important follow him didn't open the closures in line with that resolution. sixteen eighty of the security council. now the union chief's remarks come as tensions between israel and the united nations by a few days ago the deputy israeli foreign minister said that if the united nations does not address stickley change its behavior it will lose support and funding from israel so these latest comments by the u.n. chief are probably not going to go down too well with the israeli authorities but to be fair israel also has itself to blame there is a united nations resolution one eight six zero there cause for the immediate cease
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fire in gaza that would lead to a full israeli withdrawal that would see items such as food and fuel and medical supplies entering the gaza strip and impeded it also talks about some kind of international range meant that would prevent the smite with weapons now israel has maintained a siege on gaza since two thousand and seven and there is a list of items at the israelis refused to be allowed to enter gaza and israel often terms these dual purpose items that feels that many of them could be used to build rockets and weapons and ammunition but the problem is that there are a lot of basic essentials that are not getting into gaza and the same is true in reverse you have thousands of medical applications for people who need desperate surgery outside of gaza that are refused by the israeli authorities we caught up with a twenty year old gazan who is in desperate need of surgery without it he will die he suffers from chronic heart disease and yet for seven months he's been appealing
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for a travel permit and each time the israeli authorities refuse. my sicknesses tightness in the aorta trials it's a chronic disease and a congenital defect in the referral procedure is very important because i must leave to open heart surgery and replace the defective models with from february and still now we've applied monthly to get his permit he was supposed to have his surgery in february his muscle had. to stay strong she just weakens she will be in serious condition he will not be able to have any surgery after that. meanwhile dozens of people have taken to the streets of paris to protest against president emanuel mccall's new labor law which is intended to make it easier for companies to hire and fire workers demonstrators are also outraged by my class choice of labor minister a multi-millionaire whom they argue doesn't have workers' interests at heart and many call isn't the only controversial face in the french cabinet also on the
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question of the ministerial credentials of a naturalized publisher of belgian origin and and a little pick medalists as r.t. is shot at the red ski reports the protesters think macro is failing to represent the people. but the demonstrators have come out again in front to show how unhappy they are with emanuel not once learn perform the working code they have been shouting that they will resist those with the intent to which we do to find out in front on thursday they have described a manual my own as being a man who only supports business i once took the rights of look at this is what people have been saying to us and said that keeping small talk is a tax work and workers were against it because it has no a show now and we can share the work. represents the big boss says
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he wants to cut the services social protections and everything achieved by workers turns a group without something. about ideology to be able to sound. in fact he wants to get rid of employee protections all together it's a big attack of the hierarchy deals will now take over those are some of the reasons why the demonstrators hey i feel so passionately against these reforms to the working code but not everybody is unhappy with the plans to reform the working take in front forms that suggest it will mean that in four years we'll have more ability to hire and fire people to negotiate over salary in terms of additional hours that people work and not so why the head of the employers federation has actually come out not just in support of this reform but is actually emanuel not going to go when he introduces that working before some people have described this
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as being a bellwether for my presidency because this is his first major attempt to pass a major piece of legislation hearing from his movie but recesses have failed. so it means you see what the michael will be able despite his continuing plunging popularity in the party in the polls to be able to push this reform through and to appease the french people. all see paris us all from the news but we'll be back in just over half an hour stay but. here's what people have been saying about rejecting the night with you i was actually just full on awesome i was the only show i go out of my way to launch you know it was just really packed a punch oh yeah it is the john oliver of r t america is going to say we are
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so i drive twenty five hours to get here. and there several at a steady state we got one from south carolina i think it's the right thing to do the government's not doing anything down here that much so we're here to to try to stop the drugs. the. last time we chased eighteen of them. each one of them carrying twenty kilos of drugs. and they got it from us and so we call border patrol and border patrol get on the other side of the. kitchen when they come on the side. so if you look up there that's one of the towers that. that's our it costs us ninety
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million dollars and that towers what is supposed to be watching the border right now and then when that tower sees something they call the border patrol. and they try to get the gays in the air but it's so far away from anything that by the time they get here they're already fast. charlie bass. world former military and law enforcement we know how to go about doing this and i'm slow any time we run into somebody. but it was a ok we'll sit him down and then we ask him if they need any food or water or medical aid. regardless if you're bringing him jordan's or killing people in there then you know or if you're just sneaking into the country we don't want to see you die out there and be dying for this. horrible ways like. we have in food water
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medical aid we call border patrol we'll put them up. listen this is why it opens people from seventy eight different countries coming through this way and the big problem is those who are that little was happening in europe fall by god we're going to help these poor people while you just let in a whole bunch of bad guys it's because you don't know who the hell they are for because. society that our days is so politically correct they're afraid of offending somebody. may feel. you if i offend you. beth i'm trying to protect my people my family my friends so if you're offended i'm sorry and that's why they call us racism there is
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a. cause for it as it borders on helping that. i live here at the bunker if you could would you want to visit italy's days actually sit on the couch and i do this full time if i were to stop doing what i was doing then we would hear what you guys out every single one of my guys would be very if i went to prison you have what's considered
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an aggravated only now it could be anywhere from writing a bad check which is fraud and. the discharging a firearm we could be a small amount of drugs like you know used to be five pounds of marijuana i mean it's really very small so i want to be very upfront these people need to know like that there is a crime involved and they went to prison. i joined the military in one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand and one i served with the eighty second airborne i got with honorable discharge in two thousand and one after i got of the military i was involved where somebody shot a firearm in a vehicle i went to prison i was sentence for three years but only did a year eight months and then i was deployed in two thousand and four i came back to united states illegally got caught begin in two thousand and ten and i stayed in mexico ever since and opened up a shelter in two thousand and thirteen. if you committed negri phony could
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be deported that means people who served in the military they committed a felony their green cards will be taken away and the short and simple it was. easy. right right right. i've been here for seven years now will deported in two thousand and ten on may eighteenth. yeah that was a day i'll never forget i was scared. i didn't know anybody didn't know the city. didn't know how to get around our only had thirty two dollars in my pocket. immigration took my my only form of id i had no id and now when he had that money and i didn't know what what to do i didn't know where to go and they just dropped
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off the board and say they go and you got to continue on a walk and try to figure it out on your own. thank you for new to the game this is how. the economy is built around. washington washington media the. voters elected a businessman to run this country business it. must it's not business
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as usual it's business like it's never been done before. absolutely the dubrovnik in venice are all fixed travel destinations so it must be nice to live there or is it. going. to wrists disrupt the city's economic and social life in them a little bit before this on the celestial get out of the. sun not as some but not as we don't mind a school. while the city's tried desperately not to collapse. it. will put the couple who probably global on the dole coffee cup at home in the bushes up the on saabs knock up the suppose it's in the a. good part of life.
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is a tourist phobia fulfill phone tone identity. dropping bombs brings police. force need to fight the battle for. the new socks for the tell you that will be gossiping by files of the most important. off the bad guys and tell me you on the cool enough to buy their product. all the hawks that we along with all we'll watch. it. so you. go right. it is right.
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there were three hundred people but there's only about thirty names on here so whenever. you can put a name on the wall. my name was in up here and i've been here seven years so i was out of the loop and now i feel like i'm tied in. there cause becomes my. awful one for all. so that people know that we're not just a number we're not just a group you know we're living. this just made it personal i mean this is no longer just about me but about all my brothers. especially the ones that have passed away that lost their life. here while here in mexico we didn't have the chance to go back home. you know this is very very important now and this is now
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become i. just. told me fell apart i have no relatives here it's very. safe here organized crime runs this city. forty three years. you get deported i mean you're going to have to serve the country which i did not state even though you pay your debts the saving you got knowing felonies after that just stopped.
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and i think. it was just. all. my belongings right now. that's only my business cards for my business which i'm about to loose if i don't do something about it and still have my contractor's license on hand and i don't have a crate and i don't have anything else but i. i do have only a fond. my go can be and three dollars and that's it. because that last days it is those kind of like that but i get by
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saying i don't want to go for it will be them again just to say you know what. they want to get into that at least we're going to all of us you know the love we're. doing just got to leave this is what i do you know the simplest example when you have this elegant community i'm going to see a lot of money that is going to. the game through i was in love with the i'm the human. judge just. a little bit with. the. does this even.
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happen is like following up with my paperwork to became one hundred percent documented i have to go but to the immigration office be there once a week once a month. you have to report yourself and bring proof. so that any way this last time when i showed up if. i walk in the nine o'clock in the morning. and i was detained according with the officer he said it very clearly i don't deserve to be here. as well remember you are not. oh i'm there the minister off obama you are now on the mistress of donald trump. and that's the big change.
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i got arrested in by five o'clock i was imported into what. it is a real nightmare because you get up in the morning at five thirty in the morning and you are home. with your family when. you go to sleep somewhere else as. your grandson. my oldest boy. happy boy his. he loves the pirates. i really don't know what's my feeling right now and i don't know if i want to fight when iran or what you know what. what i can do. nothing they can do so.
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he there or out there all of this year or so i hope to learn a new way of leaving. what they see is the abuse so. you can walk on this street because you will be followers and you will be either or rob the. son. you know if you. i.
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i. made a lot of the list the real america that i am it fairly also left for the unilateral us you say me there but i damn it for the sake of the risk that they were a new thing oh no this is. i will not be again you know. but a meta to say otherwise dominate an upset west. go look you see it at the liverpool that this does whether it does. so i was good move. maybe it was just did. i could destroy it is there are
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no me and me. it. is sort of this green. maybe york and also income you know much i. mean. this is the no business and. this is the money. miss n.t.v. i'm. used to. we really knew that this woman who was out or numb horridest over the.
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top. of. this is you know this that when you do is that drunk you know. this is so then you go out for as they are you still is the most. consistent is doing really really hard. and doesn't really answer any suitor so they lean epidemic. we see similar stuff. is there is to him and that's all those quotes. because that is to you. he askin me see who's to say they are never say sandia.
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is their drill loudly in their. comment david boyd there this is the also this does verse tell me. who is allowed. to let us know is made for the upload the girl can see it for no they don't they don't make all. i've received via me is state that i post a couple of recent. the but i see that pirates. here you know unless you're the whitest lady came north in only one of these. yeah they read a list of suspects you have. placed in there somewhere into your was no make it any better book a place that is star medion stop us i am from we left at home and therefore movement took it doing casey came in the back i say your now what do they want us
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itself around the world giving blood is seen as a symbol of generosity and does this because it helps people that's one of the side effects is that it. applies more. to put money on your car. half of all plasma based drugs today come from private companies and are produced from paid plasma as well as. your own. and. one of the risks of paid donation. then is proof that the frequency of pathologies is much higher paid. if i was. over two years old. and who runs the blood business.
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or the beverly hillbillies. part. of the family some crude came from bubbling crude oil that is black. while in the opening credits that t.v. show they show the beverly hills mansion. that mansion has just traded in the market and took a huge discount many many many millions of dollars and it's poetic justice jed clampett the original oil baron and his man. it's getting hammered in the market so boyle obviously is not working anymore. now not lines up. enough limbs off let down one might have been
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