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vapid coverage is like this you know when you can alter it because your own yourself with cops who should you know if you can spy and brick structure while we're back on the story of the big bad wolf the people who live in the straw and the stick houses are usually the stories of people who live in stone structures like this who put the who literally dumping the american populace down to the nursery rivals i'm. seriously no where there was very little mention of climate change ecological collapse you know you know people often say that we're the frauds right in the slowly boiling pot of water but we're worse we're frogs in a slowly boiling pot of water with program porters standing there are going it's getting got a warm hand. i can feel little sweat on my breath oh well i'll pay for that said stay in your almost and jail it's not so boiling out here ok. so i decided to off fix the corporate media has hurricane coverage if you look on the
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right and here they are worth. the wait is finally taking off i've heard so a lot out there if you will see this is what actually it looks like her are among the strongest atlantic hurricane ever recorded and said the gospel back to mexico in the caribbean sea. just blows. hundred eighty five mile per hour winds for the longest duration ever recorded it prompted perhaps the largest evacuation and heard in the u.s. just two weeks ago hurricane harvey was the largest rain event to ever get to the continental united states the wildfire was one week ago was the largest l.a. fire ever recorded and this july just. for the odds by. look ok.
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it's not recorded on the planet are starting to go back to our needs thanks to you and i'm better gaveling. but since we're in the media won't even mention the reality of the. real basically murdering future generations. children and grandchildren. in the red oak climate change i don't know how any of us sleep at night is. the prostate problems that i keep. suggesting. that this would mean that it killed the baby. that fat was. that's what our hurricane coverage should look like instead or corporate media rarely talks about climate change and when they do it's part of a debate about whether it's real or not well we've had our nasa scientists tell us
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we're screwed now let's give equal time to a french fry cook for white half of these candidates right. on top of that our politicians are literally passing laws against doing anything about climate change in twenty twelve new law was passed in north carolina banning coastal talmuds from preparing first to you level right. what does that even mean what is it you're not allowed to get on your tippy toes i don't like. and in florida governor rick scott bay has its tours of climate change from being used wide for what florida is emergency manager being mocked for not being able to say the words climate change. whatever those words you're using i use climate change but i'm suggesting that maybe as a state we use atmospheric reemployment that my person. sutra
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versions of our mitigation plan will be required to have language discussing that issue when it should be issues that you mentioned earlier regarding. yeah yeah it's that bad i'm surprised florida god did it by herb since normally branding science works like a charm i don't like like when the church imprisoned galileo for saying the earth orbit of the sun and then afterwards the earth cut that out of ten you know that child it works you can't imagine it's science if it's ok it's we're all going to die today you can make a buck from big oil so you can have three houses and did six cars and seven kids by five wives you. want to be clear god unplugged the road medial twit he is but this is not his fault we have known about this impending destruction for
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decades the fossil fuel companies knew and yet we subsidized them to the tune of trillions of dollars shell oil even made a video twenty five years ago that they then suppressed. energy consuming way of life may be causing climatic changes with those consequences for us all. now i'm not saying that would have be drastic park at the box office but the point is they knew that b.b. was real and boston fuel has spent billions funding climate denial bolt now our entire government is made of big oil donald trump made the head of exxon mobil his secretary of state hillary clinton flew. realm the world promoting fracking as
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secretary of state obama laid more oil pipeline that aerial from george w. bush invaded other countries just for oil the entire corporate state is it or you a gas orgy where everybody just just just talking and each other thanks they like to try rather find out who's foot is in their crap. thank you thank you. what is it. that kissinger got there. yes i'm sure i only know and and they don't care they don't care and you know why they don't care because the poor suffer the most and the soonest from climate change they they can't afford to replace their homes or their lives or buy new cars with when their george doesn't cover it and by the way of course those surance isn't going to cover it they've never covered i don't know you know you didn't under a national application you you didn't put your car smelled like cat urine and
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that's ok that's a preexisting condition i'm sorry so yeah we're not we don't cover that in the case of flooding but we will give you this for a stress reliever right here you know just squeeze down every time you think about how you lost your cat pets car. easy it's crazy the poor suffer the most amid recent global flooding more than fourteen hundred people in south asia are dead and tens of millions more have been affected by monsoon rains the worst flooding in a hundred years has left one third of bangladesh submerged in nepal almost half a million people are food insecure meanwhile the rich after profiting off of this catastrophic system or largely not in trouble in fact many profit off of the new found disasters and here's the most maddening thing about this the solutions are here the answers to our energy. and environmental problems are already that they
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don't already exist wind solar title geothermal you to strap a car battery to chris matthews jalousie i'm pretty sure we. think the answers are already there it's the delay between proven solutions and their application in the real world gauges the ability of the socio economic system to adapt properly if the social order can incorporate them to further ecological balance improve public health solve problems and increase prosperity then there is a structural problem inherent let me rephrase that if we have the solutions to the destruction we're seeing and we don't use them they were out of our goddamn ah it's all right was gone robert thank you we thank you. we kanye west on a bad day look like deep octo prawn pro football all right. we are switching
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back to enough to these solutions because we have abandoned the pursuit of a well functioning world for the pursuit of money meeting list dollar bills will kill all of us and only eight percent of the world's currency exists as physical and physical cash so it's not even know physically thing it's a thought to do your hands like a placebo effect or the difference between democrats and republicans or the meaning behind sports all right it's on my generic. i mean the answers are here that we the people just have to demand them do not support or vote for any politician who was funded by big oil block the pipelines put the solar panels in it's time for a new world and or move. the legal right. to our thank you. thank you god. there's actually do guys.
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i. can dude from behind senator rand paul stood up on the senate floor and said pretty interesting two days ago our ra's today to oppose an authorized under claire and unconstitutional war on authorized under claire uncaused there's a war i'm place a talking about are we being invaded by canada right now they probably want our natural resources like to read. you can have
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a when you pry him from my cold orange fingers. what we have today is basically unlimited war anywhere anytime. any place upon the globe. i. think he's talking about. well you see we have to be at war all the time because we have a lot of indoctrinated zina boba hormonal steroids all young men. you know if we didn't stand over there to fight we'd have to fight them here in the right and i know from experience they gave me wedgies in gym class or. my amendment would sunset in six months the two thousand and one and two thousand and two use of all through zation of force yes what rand paul is talking about is why trump and general mad dog mattis. are still allowed to keep bombing anywhere they want
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anytime they want what lie as if the world is their firing range the authorization for use that kerry. he used to use to be young and by. the authorization for use of military force was approved by congress in two thousand and two and egypt ministration has just kept using it as if it's a white shark for being. like like them paris hilton or something all right and yes she is still alive and she's tweeting things like my dogs live in this two story doggie mansion and they love it oh do they do that in paris do they. way to win back the nation's hearts and minds. but of course no one in this country winds and liz war well no one except congress.
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after rand paul's speech congress voted to throw out his amendment because a limited war is just fine with them in their defense the weapons contractors have paid to a lot of money. for example democrat mark warner voted for endless war this week and here's a shot of the hot tub he was able to buy with the fourteen thousand dollars he got from northrop grumman. when that thing every night. was it was it democrat jean g. he also voted to continue donald trump on limited war powers and here is her beautiful marble countertops she got with the twelve thousand dollars for rain. she's deep in that thing every night all right see. them into. republican mike quaid voted to shut up ran. paul and take
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a look at his awesome robot sex doll that i. think cost ten grand which is how much he got for weapons contractor by wing he's actually he's actually not deep in that because he just hasn't found the right moment to make the move and. he doesn't want to appear to ask for it. would you like to know if his watch a movie just what. of course those weapons contractors didn't really give that money directly to the politicians they gave it to the them in the form of campaign contributions a.k.a. legalized bribery but think about that two thirds of the senate voted to continue unchecked war powers for donald trump. that let that sit what happened to the so-called resistance by the democrats you
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said trust you thank you thank you. thank you thank you the past two years telling us talk to one stable to be the commander in chief of the military remember you told us he shouldn't be allowed near any plans much less evolved button and now you are voting to continue his on limited war powers have you no souls you view. of parallel a different distance has the structural integrity of one of those used car dealership wacky inflatable to man. that that big bad thing has a stronger backbone than the democrats are right. they go whichever way the wind blows and you know what he's better than the democrats because at least when you're dealing with him you get a car at the end of it. we have to go to a quick break but. as i've mentioned before facebook and google are suppressing
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alternative media like us so if you want to hear about all our videos text the word redacted to four four four nine nine nine you know get you signed up to our e-mail list for a we'll be right back. there brace for a single purpose. of a super. training very young. the months of intensive school. reps. and they save lives. was it even possible how can trial be so tar ball and other clothes and be given less popular than ever as a real challenge is got i guess being the. failed wife of
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a psychopath a wall street loving commodity futures enabling nut jobs bill to help. prescribe medication is widespread on the u.s. market and a frequent cause of death at that point in my life i just felt like everything was ashes my family was literally coming unglued i had actually planned. to commit some sight was all who has made antidepressants so commonly used we were doing what the doctors told us to do we were being responsible and what the real side effects. was terminally old when i did was done on a cocktail of legal drugs. just because.
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think sleep doesn't mean it's say. oh. oh oh oh oh oh. so many of you have probably heard that the us has something called osha the occupational safety health administration which helps ensure a safe and healthy workplace. some of you are already laughing. you know it's one of the things in the federal government designed to help people you know you know a lot of things left over from a bygone era it was created by that crazy hippie president richard nixon. anyway the agency recently removed its running list of us work related deaths from its fraud home page and buried it deep in the web site for more on this we go to our
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senior labor expert now and again that it. was so it seems a little sneaky on osha's part to suddenly hide this information now that being sneaky and being sensitive to the families who lost loved ones some of them to have some of the in the company didn't have a prior violation they're not publishing it at all. besides no one's reputation to take a hit from a one time freak accident. i want myself in the screaming spanker at six flags in the seventh grade. does that mean i should have been called poop the loop for the rest of the school year. no what does it has to come from pre-algebra. most of anything that was totally one brand for that right above me in a commercial for graduation but it sounds like corporations are being held last and less accountable for the safety of workers many of whom to. great risks to do the
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job so it's not like they're done with safety they now feature formation on how companies can voluntarily cooperate with osha who was right. you know we know how well corporations self regulate just just ask the big banks who pay the equivalent of like a parking ticket for defrauding the american people really how dumb you are right corporations are great at self-regulating. look at this workplace safety video that a company voluntarily made in order to keep their workers safe. when there is. this just a recipe for disaster. whatever yes. ok yes. safety is the number one priority here at mintern center. yeah the most funny part was when that guy died i after. after
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seeing that i'm sure these workers are going to you know they're going to take safety seriously now only corporations will always move towards the money and if that means a few workers die so be it look look at that look at the coal industry for decades workers have been dying of black along at young ages and they hardly give a i mean i mean how much money did that company even put into that safety video five bucks no way it says right here that. ok yeah it was five dollars. ok but. that's still that's still one dollar more than the four dollars a year our government spends protecting each us worker from safety hazards right it would take one hundred forty nine years to inspect every u.s. workplace that's what corporate self-regulation is vital to that building and safety of inattentive mail warehouse employees with zero peripheral vision and
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terrible taste in music was. the reason we're going to have more workers getting hit by forklifts or worse is because we let unions go to in this country vulnerable workers have little or no rights without unions yet they've been gutted by right to work laws this is been a long time right there. will be this is a really good will go a long time so i am of republicans and corporate democrats for decades ok yeah well you are right that nowadays a strong union is as hard to find as control of my bowels on the rest of the letter . rectal reckoning i thought it was called the screaming sphincter oh no i. heard both of those. but it was good wasn't it for them damn again. thank you it was just like we thought the k.k.k. was a thing of the past and now we're back the same goes for segregation in our public
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schools for more on this raging controversy let's go to redacted correspondent. behind me is the lyndon b. johnson department of education i will get there is something even uglier that is going on in this country. god i have seen parking lots with. charmin there were new strategy wealthy white communities are resegregating public schools in alabama and schools around the country ok kids it's back to school time grab your new notebook your new back tracking the meds in a civil rights lawyer the new form of segregation gets a little media coverage even though at least seventy one communities across the country most of them why in wealthy have sought to break away from their public school districts to smaller more exclusive ones the parents spearheading this
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operation claim it has nothing to do with race but the legal name of this process is breaking away as old says session secession why don't you call your new school district the schools against northern and grant and your test prep academy that you can cast. at the center of the latest secession battle is in gardendale alabama a suburb of birmingham with population of fourteen thousand and eight percent of them are white and it's located in jefferson county that's black i mean why not isolate this tiny town from my county multiculturalism is overrated if you only think the children and his daughter didn't intend for the picture of her and a friend to become viral and controversial the photo which we've chosen not to show shows to students in what looks like black face maybe they were just taking
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diversity into their own faces if integration is not an obvious solution to you i've got scientific proof attending integrated schools reduces the likelihood of incarceration and poverty for minority students and raises test scores while white children stores are unaffected oh you want more sweets daddies segregation means fewer resources for were children. oh you want even more studies well that's too bad i have to move on. but now the south is undoing decades long work of civil rights attorneys like u.w. kliman so they have to come back to court and continue to fight this is so wrong he should have retired two decades ago the parents who waged a campaign to secede said that the media has twisted and turned this issue to make everyone think this is about we're ok if it's not about the raise why did the
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campaign take political advice from former state senator scott beason a champion of separate school districts who once called black people aborigines that is really offensive. to dictionaries you should proceed. you know do all this is the end they all smug that we can store garden city schools this year he's just like oh really didn't think that the scam would work. since two thousand when the department of justice oversight of school districts that needed to segregate is on the decline it's like the government is saying. hey south you do you believe you the civil rights attorney clement on the case tell already successfully fought against in session forty five years ago one woman said i never envisioned that i would be fighting in twenty seven to essentially the
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same battle that i thought everyone in one thousand nine hundred seventy one this is the time for us to raise awareness about resegregation and not forget the past and also why men means worrying what the man we're tired for the love of god let him go thinking what i'm saying is grandkids let me finish that chick's all puzzle of the white house that he's been working on for the past twenty years. this is naomi caravan e redact it's on my. show and we will be all next week but there will still be a new episode of redacted tonight v.i.p. you next week and you can get new web exclusive content you tube dot com so i was redacted and i also checked over back to the night on direct t.v. channel three to one until next time goodnight everybody.
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about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last turn. up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each day.
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but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was a cave still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one. speaks to us there are no other takers. that mainstream media has met its maker.
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and. the nobody doubted there is no marshall in the. islamic states claims it was behind the manchester. terror attack by the. front so kill the priest every time a terrorist attack happens all these people are out there screaming and i says so bad someone needs to do something against them and for me yeah why don't. you. told them. that if you. let them. check if. i was going.
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to kill. british police say being arrested in connection with friday's. london train terror attack in the u.k. this year also. in a show of defiance against this government officials meet to voice their support for the region's upcoming independence referendum large crowds of people have turned out to show their commitment to secession. a un security.


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