Skip to main content

tv   Watching the Hawks  RT  April 26, 2018 7:30am-8:00am EDT

7:30 am
last week when one thousand year old syrian asylum arkan's attacked two jewish men in the rather well to do friends allow of the area of. no no i don't know so this was primitive situation where dish just says to me do you know you know that from jewish leaders in the city to say jewish people should refrain from wearing the keypad now that prompted well that prompted many people to come out here on to the streets of the german capital in order to say that they were going to wear the traditional jewish headdress the capon the yarmulke depending on how you want to call it they came out here today this evening and said no we will defy that we will wear it and we are proud of our jewish heritage i spoke to some of those and asked them exactly why they were here and what they wanted to say i think we we need solidarity. with all or at least circles. within all or addictions christians
7:31 am
jews people and. muslim make us well every religion has this right to live here and believe and it's a freedom together that my up here my belief to live here to govern otherwise it's. you wouldn't to i'm actually a christian jewish people belong to the same group of religions as i do i'm here to show my support what's happening in germany right now is no good we've seen people beaten simply because they're wearing a kippah schools have to be protected at all times kindergartens as well this is unacceptable as we've seen from some of those people we just heard for this isn't just you jewish people that have come out wearing the yarmulke in support of the jewish community here in berlin people from all faiths have done the same thing now we have seen a recent rise in anti semitic attacks in berlin we have seen a recent rise in under semitic incidents in june. in general some of those
7:32 am
involving schools though we did hear from the german chancellor angela merkel who had this to say about recent arrivals and their contribution towards the un systematic problem in germany right now noir we have a new phenomenon as we have many refuges and one whom there are for example people of arab origin who bring in another form of anti-semitism into the country unfortunately and to cement isn't existed before that. and it's not that's prompted thousands of people to come out here to the streets of the german capital to say you know chandy semitism in this city and you know it is of in all its forms. a public golf club in the u.s. state of pennsylvania has apologized to five black women for calling the police on them the richt off the grounds off for the co-author of the club his father complained that the women were playing too slowly as the latest in a series of incidents where african-americans have been arrested or asked to leave
7:33 am
a public facility in the u.s. . on sunday a black woman was arrested on a waffle house in alabama for refusing to pay for plastic to be ten souls the video of her arrest shows officers wrestling her to the ground threatening to break for exposing her naked body another case happened two weeks ago at a starbucks coffee in philadelphia stuff there call the police into black men because they had not placed an order and wanted to use the restroom that sparked a wave of racism was i not i was just yeah i didn't want to. be. the c.e.o. of starbucks ordered all restaurants to close from a tree and the racism training in the wake of this following a nationwide campaign against the. coffee chain earlier we spoke with economist the
7:34 am
north her take perkins on human rights activists from the shorts about the ongoing controversy. racism against the two sions is real and the prejudices real but we need to care about america as well as an entire society and look after everyone if we don't do this we're going to have worse problems these events do disproportionately tall get people of african-american origin here is that the crux of the sierra the less difficulty accepting the idea that this young lady trying to run her starbucks in philadelphia spends time thinking about class and segregation and trying to target black people had she been trying to run restaurants and she's trying to do. order and keep the business working and not let people take advantage over you guys loitering and not purchasing products from the store while using their facilities how do you stop that from happening again and i don't think that's
7:35 am
a little girl running the starbucks as best she can reluctantly calling the police to sign saying saying loitering again he's thinking about using loitering laws against black people yes there are people that have a literate and businesses yes there are folks out of order some of them of black but i've worked with a lot of white drunks in my day and they don't get handle quite the same way this is a fact i'm a going to last october or early a rally and play another slowly than men and then five women together play very slowly and the entire culture is waiting for the fact that i don't like has nothing to do with it it's the fact that they are lol as along as people pretend that injustice and mistreatment of people is ok as long as it does not impact yeah that is the problem with the majority it they lack an understanding that it can be us today and it could be them tomorrow now this is where i asked myself the question at what point do you treat black people. ordinary people and subject them to
7:36 am
ordinary rules of society at what point do you stop taking every incident as racism and start evaluating them as human beings and how they're acting that's my question . new york's police union is accused of money to fund shoring up a zisha into the release of a cop killer the details in ninety seconds. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest on the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest good people. but there was one more question by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's
7:37 am
a huge star and the huge amount of pressure you have to the center of the. great. you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down there we go. alone. and i'm really happy to join to. meet the special one. needs to just say the radio. the latest edition to make up as we go. seventeen minutes into the program welcome back there is controversy brewing over the release of an american prison inmates who is sentenced to life for the murder of two policeman herman bell is set to walk free on friday however new york's
7:38 am
police union is making last ditch attempts to keep him locked up. as the story. herman bell natori is for being a cop killer and a member of the black liberation army will soon become a free man after spending nearly fifty years behind bars for shooting two policeman dead back in one nine hundred seventy one now the new york parole board's decision even had the support of a son of one of the slain officers in these times increased hate we need more compassion and forgiveness the parole board of new york might have shown sympathy and a willingness to forgive but not the policeman's union the patrolmen's benevolent association they're guilty then and they guilty now and no copula should ever walk the face of the are now siding with the police's n.y.c. mayor bill de blasio who called for the decision to be reversed and for bell to stay behind bars the parole board received over three hundred sixty seven thousand
7:39 am
letters urging them not to free herman bell despite his record as a model prisoner well not quite there and not actually that many individual messages the associations website gave compliance the option of automatically sending a letter for each of the sixty two cop killers listed on the site that meant that fewer than six thousand objections to bell's release generated over three hundred sixty seven thousand messages completely distorting the level of outcry in fact according to one poll eighty six percent of new yorkers support the parole board's decision we decided to talk with some former cops about the associations ethics i can't comprehend a man who openly admitted to killing three cops. i can't comprehend how that person would be allowed to walk the streets i've read the parole board's view that they don't look at the crime in the past they look at the behaviors of the needs going
7:40 am
forward which doesn't really you know get a personal to make sense to me yes i could picture every cop out. you're being absolutely outraged the point of acting on their motion especially in today's climate where they are still be used to do your government is trying their back on the police officers i can absolutely picture not one cop out there not wanting six hundred thousand plus letters being sent to the parole board to eb requesting this man's parole be denied she just wouldn't surprise me if there was just a glitch in the system. in this quite you know pat list of p.t.a. president he's over old cop i think that he is really believing in the cops and the good cops in the city down on the wrong path i mean for this very tragic incident he actually three people not just a jury but perot's what it is you know we have murders rape is awesome this people get paroled every single day and hell bent on if you kill a cop they want you just right and jail is supposed to be formed people at what
7:41 am
point and i'm not advocate from the get out of parole made the decision that he gets out who is patent and you know his role is to say that this guy even his son bell's son actually wrote the boy and he agrees that. people now cops like to talk about the perilous situations they put themselves in and the public that they serve in order to do that but this incident will leave some in new york questioning their integrity. r.t. new york. the french president has wrapped up a three day trip to washington by addressing the u.s. congress where he got a warm welcome from lawmakers. there's. the president out there friends republican. emanuel spoke enthusiastically off the special bond between the two countries in the speech full
7:42 am
of his story references. friends and supporters greeted in the story of this great nation from the very beginning. their tips for. transport ourselves to the path of the french philosopher evolve. and benjamin franklin george washington for america and france that's a good son of the united states. simone de beauvoir martin luther king president the results from thomas jefferson. novel novels this is this very special relationship this is. one surprise from that meeting was the french president's stance on the iran nuclear deal mccrum along with his u.s.
7:43 am
counterpart suggested that a new agreement might be needed at a q. and a session there must be the u.s. president was likely to exit the around contract he also stressed the need to work on a new and broader nuclear agreement regardless of trumps the solution a base political analyst told us that the spike fronts on america's seemingly aligning on pushing a new around deal with the rest of europe doesn't want to go along hello my name is your nations in europe especially friends even more than germany and britain is trying to get closer to donald trump aspirations and demands especially with regard to you as no theory but europe is a standing against any intensification of. problems and tensions with iran they just rejected. by. european nations. to impose the further sanctions on iran for its missile. so this
7:44 am
shows the europe is not much willing to work with donald trump. california is fresno state university has decided not to take any disciplinary action against the professor whose twitter comments sparked outrage. he was known for her left wing convictions posted a number of tweets celebrating the death of former first lady barbara bush in one post gerar referred to mrs bush as a smart and amazing racist who raised the war criminal that was apparently a reference to her son former us president george w. bush went on to call barbara bush which the professor is no stranger to controversy in previous comments she tried to justify earth hijackers and advocated the use of violence. i'm also just tired of the laughter being stupid and being like no we have to be we have to like be gentle we have to you know don't be gentle resistance
7:45 am
fighters in the sixties and seventies they didn't county one but they scared out of people you know they would hijack a plane and be like we're not going heading on the spain but we are going to hijack this plane you know jurors employer described her tweets as insensitive and in barra saying though it concluded that the professor was acting in a private capacity while some believe there would be less leniency if someone from the right of the political spectrum made similar comments if a professor on the right or even central had said anything of the sort of vote obama is family or any other you know democratic president right you remember they would be in a scoring it's a complete double standard very rarely do you see a left. leaning professor academic public figure be censored and converse lee if you are central or slightly to the right or if you are
7:46 am
else that's not left you don't get a chance to speak you suffer much greater consequences you can lose your job you can lose your position we're basically telling young people that only certain types of not only speech but ways of thinking are correct appropriate or going to be tolerated and we're basically that's what we would call great washing it's thought policing and that's the most pernicious and dangerous come of these types of unbalanced approaches to speech. but if you'd like to have your thoughts on any of those stories why not log on to our t.v. dot com and leave a comment on our to on the story of your choice here with our team international i'm back in half an hour's time with more global news from r t h q in moscow. her. her. her own
7:47 am
to get i would add welcome to the alex salmond show and to the second part of a feature on the influence of scots for the united states of america last week we looked at the contribution of the most famous scots american of all and ukrainian basics program gets right up to date with the report from this month's tartan day parade in new york alex also meets with more to discuss including the lovely highly nicholas b. of twenty first century celts and the fabulous alan len from the very famous norwich club both making their mark on the artistic life of the big apple but first to your messages your tweets i get e-mails. first we hear from eleanor who says
7:48 am
brilliant interview with gino francisco and he looking forward to the rest well and he was a fabulous interview with a great passion for all things carnegie i certainly learnt so much from him then to hear from arthur who says another fascinating show an interview brasil here's a photo of my childhood live in dentist and only later in life to die i learned it was their duty andrew carnegie scores of my generation were taught by the little of our or national story and christopher responds by saying he used to also my dad was a tent and then his spine green uniform the one nine hundred sixty s. well of levy story and finally from hazel who says congratulations absolutely riveted by the interview in carnegie watching the recording in my pajamas instead of getting on with my day can't be the only scottish child told do you think i'm chronically when asking my mom for something legendary thank you now back to new york where we find alex joining in the fun in times square.
7:49 am
god willing. the day parade which takes place. will is one of the highlights of scotland week since its inception twenty years ago celebrate the advent of spread the united states and canada. still colorful displays. on the plate of the. scottish kilts is a choice of not just. for most of. the. coming in vin diesel and how. he makes the twenty four. hour. tell us what. i'm trying to kill.
7:50 am
every day. every day. to get to the. summer i want. our throughout the whole world early. don't have to be family or
7:51 am
tartan is called unbiased for cation explained i want to get an unbiased for kids at three and i just checked it. and that actually has been medically proven to scottish men are less likely to get test take like cancer and then potentially because they were killed because they get more airflow so if you want to kill your more potent yes if you want a p.g. i to make sure that kills off the b. of a seven stand up and have a geographical origin and quality why a lot of us man very articulate perfect so why wearing right now would not classify as a p.j. traditional scotch comment denim machine made. denims from india so i want traditional scottish craftsmanship chops room and ship because i know very few male killed makers so when i want general my all which is why i'm not on or on my
7:52 am
way the more i left them i'm dad's business i'm tucked away on foot so street. drove me crazy hours like literally really upset that someone could have the real mccoy kill ninety nine pilot. i count five. so what you're saying is you want the same damn key of authenticity from the kill as for example scotch whiskey house the house absolutely because it drives me nuts that you can walk down the royal mile to see a kilt financially in piles and they will say traditional kill is real mccoy i want three parameters to be able to call it kill additional scotch kill sure we'll meet in scotland hand-stitched that's why real kilt is otherwise our formal dyad what do you mean not formal diana well. my kilt maker is one kilt maker one kill. the most kills are made in fact here. so that fact. the lady knows how to
7:53 am
put straps on the guy knows how to do the plates but no one person knows how to make a kill or not kill thinkers. to kill their car to someone who says with yards of fabric it works out to your personal size the fabric that i was going to fetch has one person one killed. eight to twelve hours of war like properly. i don't reform but it's just going more and more as mass production fetching droplets don't look good. to look. but i mean think things have happened to time i mean you know but when i was a lot in the in the seventy's if i timed up at a school dance and tough in a been taken to the toilets and probably wouldn't have if you go to a school dance at a wedding or a celebration you know everything buddy yeah. so i mean there's been a transition of topping this time accepted as a m i five or was probably
7:54 am
a. leader off he was the first guy to fit package but you could see what you were getting a price it was the first guy to rentals in the eighty's she was like a farce backseat of making the kill again more for everybody now reclaimed by the working classes i'm working class and less ok my kids expensive for their lifetime purchases so it was on safe funds a bit because you got to be a shit and want your kids. well you become part of my own trade so as kind of a time share a celt like a jacket you buy a good jacket you can pass on your children so when i got this jock i said to my eight year old you're going to get his jacket thirty years so my kilts one hundred percent are early so highly you have died as you say helped to popularize that the kill reclaim it for the one class you had knocking on the evolution and all the radical. evolution of all of the kill to the top so how far social evolution is
7:55 am
still going through no three would be want to be. as for everyone to make kills for people every day you just walk into a shop where it be moscow new york london paris and they can buy a kilt and they would know it was authentic was scottish. minutes go and design a skull and if you don't have a kilt your wardrobe man or woman then you're missing something important in life. beyond life choices beyond fashion kill. thousands of years old very devious gyptian sort of vikings for brought it to us. every coach or across the world has bifurcated garments soever be a sarong to see key african tribal wear so cross less so and the phrase the best days of the kill a story come oh gotcha. thank you very much
7:56 am
a big thank you your legend me. from comedian hall for central park i'm on my way dime time to west fourteenth street to meet up paisley buddy alan lim has created an island for the curious and the see if in the street because if you go to new york community they're not a good it's the place to be. creative of norwood and the isa so if conversation comes their way out to creativity in the middle of new york city where did you get this idea i love the idea of creating space is for creative people say a home for the cutie and big melting point of. creative people from new york and around the world we have different affiliates but yeah it's just my background fighting are so is to create a whole for the q.b. and people have to be killer because you can end up that done up here before you
7:57 am
don't know you start run the table and you better get on there's nothing nicer than being thrown in to a situation. when it's about you certain next to someone and having a conversation emphasize is obviously human then to change fate a good idea or are you some sort of antidote to the social media twitter revolution no i think we can take both then to the things that i think what i'm saying is we've got members from some of the biggest tech companies their members here because they want someone to come and sit and have a conversation with someone both have to be embraced we cannot be naive about technology but there is that other thing of that we do when i thoroughly communication paracel of communication with people and that's why you need a physical space you need a big silver you need to sit there and look at someone's eyes and say i hate you or i love you or whatever it is or at i'm falling in love with you but right now i
7:58 am
even like dating go online but don't knock the nordic izmit of falling in love. community in new york and much much the way the feel reverse bliss but is it just a collection of after us that don't mean just after but you know i mean is it all is that no it is not just artists because i mean a lot a lot when i was at the royal college of art and in the eighty's in this that two brothers came in and bought art you need to have commerce to be worse are you you're naive if you don't and i know so many great artists who are just not good at the financial side to start with the do you need to have the people ignored that money to make sure you can still carry on being an artist the old days of the one nine hundred century of living i gather in france lovely but then they die i mean it's all whole thing is the people we admire a lot of the time that bank or different people sylvia plath tortured artist that
7:59 am
we love but they've amazed time you've got to accept both sides but this is a very well adored and gather in new york even for the finest in late myself i've seen some extraordinary i mean how much of the waltz was the most plays no i don't agree. here we do know certainly there's a piece right there that found in the street and it is the same composition of the francis bacon painting but it was on this street so the whole thing is who knows what is good art i mean even something as different as original as this you must add some inspiration or another space another club you thought i do like to do that in new york and i'd like to do it better than special no it's my. vallie it was stupid see i took a leap of faith. and came to new york and just didn't know what i was doing i had
8:00 am
a house not yet so i came across here i went round the streets of new york raising money with a dream of building something unique to new york to. apply to many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the shaper money kill you narrowness and spending two hundred twenty million and one player. it's an experience like nothing else going to be true so i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy my great so will more chance for. the banks this minute.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on