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chose seemed wrong. but old rules just don't go all. the way to get to shape out just because the educated and engaged with equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest gold people . but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you on the list is a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure you have to the center of the football we are with you and we will show you all the great british you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball in the ring let's
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go. alone. and i'm really happy to join for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet the special one it was also appreciated me to just read the review the aussie team's latest edition may go up as we go. look. the american mess one is the melting pot and the second is the ratio alger myth of the bootstrapping anyone can see that america works hard so this is a whole group of people all generation in america is saying that there is no melting pot we're not being assimilated there's no opportunities we can't live up so their response especially is to go into conflict and this is a major conflict. well
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you know the fires that we've kind of adopted because we're called pirates who so long. i mean they're in this small boat next to the harpoon heaps and you stand. on. the little self to talk fish already ninety percent of the dot and he won't become. conscious fifteen scoops seventy five times true. they do it several times a day with a big lead now you get an idea. we have to understand we can not stay still but just. be within this be the only point. i'm doing this because i want them for the future world to future generations to have and enjoy the ocean now we.
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welcome back in a time when some journalists parrot security service spokespeople google plans to censor so-called fake news and the leader of the free world fires people on social media you could think that you could set in front of a t.v. and switch on a film to get away from government controlled output but you'd be wrong according to research done by our next guest the us government as that close involvement in the early two thousand movies and t.v. shows dr matthew wolfe and co-author of national security cinema the shocking new evidence of government control in hollywood and the star of the film the writer with no hands joins me now from buff in the south west of england welcome to going underground we appear to be in the middle of some kind of conspiracy film here in britain with a few facts i would you how would you see the coverage of the tragedy in wilcher
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through the lens of for the prism of say you know i'm trying to his idea about media manipulation and the manufacture of consent. well russia seems to be and has been for a hundred years a. kind of official enemy that's what the way the terms he would put it in the propaganda model of an official enemies are generally presented in more salacious ways than than allies despite regardless of what actions they they are undertaking it seems that this is just an extension of that it always struck me really that. and i know this is a silly thing in a way to say on a on a russian state t.v. show because it's so it's kind of sort of obvious but in the last sort of twenty five years that the cold war was over it should have this should all have been put to bed a long time ago russia's got an economy the size of italy. there is no
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threat from this country except for the way that except for certain much more minor actions and it's kind of crazy that this is being blown up into the biggest next thing where when we have no evidence to to point to russian state involvement at this point anyway what i want to know is your investigations and research suggests that emphasizes that we shouldn't be looking just the way news may have preconceived notions about say russia you've done a little research on how hollywood changes our perceptions. yeah really important in terms of shaping the way that we see the outside world. from the west so that's what most of my work's been about for the past. three years. looking at how. hollywood film industry on t.v. as well videogames. the way that we see the outside world shaped the way that we
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see the institutions that govern us. well some people would be shocked at the connection in recent days the pentagon has actually tweeted how proud it is to work with ellen conan the price is right and c.i.s. why five zero. oprah two i know you've you've also investigated this is pretty much out in the open though. well they ought to give the impression of openness. the pentagon and cia and white house have all worked with hollywood produces for over a hundred years. they want to show that they have a good relationship so that they seem sort of normal and nice and all this kind of thing but they also want to ensure that they're playing down the amount of cooperation that goes on between these entities hollywood and the government and they also want to downplay how politicized that corporation is and of course the
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relationship is very politicized and it is very much more involved than than anyone actually admits i'll give you the keys to to stick on this which is that until myself and tom seconded this research the assumption and the current knowledge of amongst academics and journalists was that prosecute hundred films and t.v. shows have been affected in some way by the pentagon or cia over the past century who will show that it is several times more than that it's actually several thousand products that have been affected and some of these are affected and in very political ways including things that you probably wouldn't expect like meet the parents in iron man and the whole. but of course the pentagon and the cia i would be quick to say all they are doing is correcting hollywood productions they're script writers the directors that actors are. so they get their perceptions of the u.s.
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military industrial complex correct and make any mistakes yes well obviously there is some of that it's a nice sort of cover story and that is part of what's going on but it's i'd say it's a very marginal part i mean in the end yes of course the pentagon's thinking you know telling themselves i'm sure oh yes we want to make sure that these medals are on this actor in the correct way and we want to make sure that their hats are on the wrong way around. in practice of course they know that the agenda has to be much more political than that they want to make sure there is nothing there is confrontational information or dangerous information that is put out there that will make them look bad of course that's what happens of course any institution would do that well i mean i mean they they all just asked mcdonald's to give you to work on a film about cows and expect that mcdonald's we're not. we're not try and manipulate the content of that production but none of us to be on counters but they
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cause they'd say also they wouldn one day any of these war films particularly perhaps more than say ellen and jack chose not to endanger the lives of u.s. servicemen and servicewomen well. actually quite spot as far as that with their argument because that would be really crazy i mean this film is are not national security. products that they are not something that is going to affect on the ground what's happening on the ground the news might be if you report the location of a particular. person military personnel then of course that made in danger people who made you know two years after the event actually happened in the real world or even decades of. even the pentagon does not defend themselves along those kind of lines are we know we're trying to protect national security they protect their own p.r. lines and on this on the fact that you know they want to they say well this is for the sake of accuracy but that's obviously bogus given all your research that any
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viewers of this show what should they be aware of when they see a product as you're calling them an entertainment product released from the united states of america from or from a country which as i say the pentagon admits clearly they they do want to alter the perceptions of the u.s. military using entertainment. well i mean just be aware that it happens that happens very frequently that perhaps if you're watching a film with the military that actually depicted in it there's probably a good fifty percent chance that it's going to be in the script was being gone through with a fine tooth comb by the pentagon and the cia. if you think that that sounds ok then you know you know you've been listening to life anyway if you think that sounds like a dangerous thing for a government to have that kind of power that kind of. involvement particularly behind closed doors without a great deal of accountability it's been very very hard for us to acquire a lot of this information through freedom makes not take a long time if you think that that is the kind of closed. way of approaching
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governance is a problem then you come in with name so we should stick a british film because that's fair and square not allied to our military industrial complex hopefully well britain doesn't have a great day or the military complex and the united states has a much more developed p.r. wing of its national security apparatus but of course any nationalist in america the same whether that's russia or britain or south africa or whatever everyone has their national cinemas and and they all are operating for the good of those institutions when there is advice coming to the americans so much more though it does happen a little bit with m i five and a little bit with israel and things like that but there are so many histories up seanie compared to hollywood so even a little you know brief about the l.a. hicks building blowing up in central london that was in the famous james bond film l.a. shakes were nothing to do with the james bond films. there's
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a bit of involvement from. my file in terms of supporting the bond there was every detail some of that in the book. new book it's not as extensive in the making about what the pentagon does that it does its own kind of formally in officially you know that we're about to go to an archive of material in washington d.c. where there are thousands of papers of scripts where there are the pentagon to. change this we want this amended crossness out that's what it's source structurally and done in such a kind of. careful way by the american government that doesn't seem to happen very much with these other countries where there is obviously influence you know the monarchy will be all over anything that's to do with the monarchy. but they won't have the. kind of level of interference it's just not possible on or.
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across the board as it is with dr matthew off of thank you well in a second we'll hear from the former vice chair of the british momentum moving jackie walker perform a scene from her play the lynching described as a fight for free speech arguably more relevant today than ever that's even a show about wednesday or twelve the anniversary of the launch of twitter defacto the new battleground for free speech he'll then keep in touch residential media we'll see you on wednesday my name is dorothy rebecca ferguson walker i was born in spanish town jamaica in nineteen fifteen i did well in school in very well in school in fact i want to scholars ship to become a doctor at the world famous units he colored people howard in washington d.c. . i had
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a great time at howard it i have never seen so many well educated people like me colored people all in one place we looked good to some of them fellows it first time i realize about politics in america i was walking down a hall at college and i hear it first like a whisper when israel was in egypt. and let my people go. and i looked through the door and i listen and i listen and the voices are all our own me you see this was just after the war and politics was a dangerous game they were telling us that the enemy was
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a saw viet union and communism there was a witch hunt led by senator mccarthy era him yes people who stepped out of line people who wanted to change things they were accused of being commies of being on american they were smeared they lost their reputations their jobs some even lost their lives so i became what you call it now political up to vist but if it was a dangerous time to be an activist can you imagine how it was to be a colored political activist there was legalized segregation you see america was in fact at least in the south what i would call an apartheid state. and the people then no different to the people now those people never want
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change you resist threat so the government responded same way it always does with terra state terra i thought. legalized murder. the most expensive fish in the world each one selling for the tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good to catch. it's only remnants of a much larger mission was once there and that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our
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system is not suited and is not geared for the long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes. leveled last selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle of. the new socks for the tell you that would be gossip to the public lifestyles of the most important. off the bad guys and tell me you are not cool enough to buy their product. all the hawks that we along with all the white. well you know the fires they were kind of adopted because we were called pirates for so long. i've been there in the small boats and it's a hard pull of ships and it's. not something.
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the little self did big fish already ninety percent of the dot and it won't be calmer and. qantas fifteen scoops up seventy five tons and they do it several times a day with a big fleet now you get an idea on why. we have to understand we cannot stay still and just. be within this the deal before you go out. i'm doing this because i want the future world to the future can generations to have and enjoy the ocean we have. so far right than britain isn't just on the march it's taking violent month
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daughters action i know quite a bit leaning against a dog and i see those organizations which are all usually split into which we feel different names how do you view that look. at. the complex web of british basher. you know oh. right.
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the election had large wins reelection to a fourth term in office with all the ballots from sunday's presidential vote now processed means nothing in response to putin three election ranges from congratulations by world leaders including china as a teaching playing all the way to criticism and insults some people make a song and dance of the election quite literally from traditional cost to to voters dressed as angels and even the lights many came to enjoy themselves as pope and.
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it's here in moscow and special election coverage on t.v. international live with me and called in for a. giving it all it's giving it all its gold giving the best of it be if it is a glorious day out there much of your choosing and most will be bringing you live updates and reaction from a special studio right here on the red square with all the counted in russia's presidential election not a myth which is winning by a large margin getting seventy six percent of the lead it means the sixty five year old will take the country's top job. for another six years putting out this. means the fifty six million people lost their ballots for the leaving the oldest lifeless fall behind that had a cold this means it's his fourth presidential in this year's race for the crime and saddam if he can manage to secure the launches from managed to take in and then we can see his truck right now recording the president as he is but the election.
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like the moment coloring polling day as well let's have a quick look at some of. our .
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results out of the cabin of the polls will close and have you managed to dip into our election coverage about eight hours or so ago because you have seen our correspondents scattered around moscow with the various candidates headquarters here in the russian capital but i guess the i was covering the campaign for. we talked to him a little earlier about how polling day went. but it was. very first appeared to has is tradition to cast this ballot for the cameras and then he disappeared for a while to do whatever it is that presidents do but. hours later when the first exit polls came out and when it became apparent that he was well ahead of the competition he showed up just a few hundred meters from here. square that. would have
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a concert dedicated to the unification of. russia. you know the opportunity to. people to his supporters and russians. and obviously. what stood out. was in the other direction again a few hundred meters but. cheery there wasn't a lot of apprehension you know. that they were the favorites in all of this we waited for intervention he. talked to everyone supporters again all the people that made his campaign happen his campaign chief supporters everyone else. talked to us the journalists. some tough questions right off the bat about. tempted this as a nation of. russian agent. he was his response.
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the first thing that comes to mind is that if it was a military people would of course have died on the spot. substances were destroyed chemical weapons by international inspectors i think anyone with common sense understands that it is russia to do such things. as you know people couldn't believe they expected the numbers to go down as the account that but as they went up and die. they were very happy the champagne came out and you know there's a lot of clapping shoulders and. i see you smiling and he said the champagne was coming out of course he kept a professional distance from the tried and you did obviously as he said he was asked many many questions and this is going to be his fourth term when he asked about plans i had had of that beyond that but there was
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a whole lot of questions about you know sort of aspects of what he was going to do in the future but one of them was whether he would attempt to change the constitution to perhaps run again you could keep the momentum not planning any constitutional changes with the states if there was more than this do you think you will be in the presidential seeds until twenty thirty or course if you change the constitution is critical to. this mission and i think what you're saying is. true they are until i turn one hundred. meters a big graduating but a person on his reelection including the presidents of china iran venezuela and germany chancellor merkel spokes person says she also soon sent a greeting telegram however it would also include criticism of russia's policies with more reaction from europe here's peter oliver. we have had some reaction from the german government it's been delivered by the new foreign minister heiko mass as
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he arrived in brussels for a meeting e.u. foreign ministers. the results of the election in russia which was unsurprising to was as the circumstances of the election russia will remain a difficult partner but russia will also be needed for solutions to the big international conflicts and so we want to remain in dialogue we've also been seeing more and more reaction in the media here in germany if you have a look at what. to say they said that the the win for vladimir putin not to say. and it is it may well have been they go on to say that the majority of media in russia was for the president that the majority of the state operators was for the president and that they would have expected this mr putin would have taken a larger proportion of the vote than it seems that he already has here in the capital the pearl in a tight tongue has said well it's been looking towards the relationship between germany and russia and it's not a positive one if you take their they're reading from this they say that the
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relationship could well is frosty and could continue to be more and more frosty but if we go back to saturday the main top lloyd the most read tabloid newspaper build here in germany they. have let me have putin in a bar to wait on saturday before a vote had even been cast they also said that the skinny pal poisoning the attempted murder of that former spice and his daughter a year earlier that actually got people out to the polls to vote really it's a negative where you would expect it to be negative the coverage of lot of mir putin's reelection well let's discuss the situation further with billy then the former vice president of the assembly of the organization for security and cooperation in europe and former state secretary to the german defense minister welcome to the program now and the new german grand coalition has called on president putin to focus on improving ties with the west and what is there to do
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for russia what more can russia do to improve this. it is so strange to hears these comments because of the complicated situations. they are in our illusions. had been established and organized by the worst. to be a good partner of forms of conflicts which had been created by as a worst. do you. so this is something for a lunatic asylum so western policy. well what's interesting about this really that we've seen an awful lot of negative press heavenly negative negativity coming from european countries to brush it so it's a little bit confusing isn't it that that statement being made. it is confusing and that is there is
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a big difference between the attitude of the german population not only when it comes to the eastern part of germany and see a policy of the government the german people they want to have good pollution trip was russians and were suffering federation and when they look on the election. they see that. by an overwhelming majority. president when you look on the lecture of the designers in the west for example in the united states or even here in germany in the united states to elected a president and we have to realize that this president is so hounded by us deep state and when we look at our own country we have to realize that we are so founded by a deep alliance and this was absolutely clear last we.


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