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we're all x. well we're a little excited here could you specify whether you want these missiles withdrawn or whether you mean something a little more military and literal and she said what we would prefer to have them withdrawn but we have to talk about countermeasures if they are not withdrawn and she would double down and she said take them out again and i mean let me quote her here is my point russia needs to return to our i.n.f. treaty compliance or we will need to match its capabilities to protect u.s. and nato interests the current situation with russia in blatant violation is untenable demon well it reminds me of a phrase by a modern albright before the war in yugoslavia she said i'm not talking about a war here i'm talking about the use of force and then share that that's a very important distinction well i think this is very dangerous when you look at ways that this big no no i don't actually going to be an army i will not declare the war and that just by an attack the united states without declaring
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a war in december one thousand nine hundred one that's what it is you know you use false without officially declaring war that's much worse then then declare of war and attack another country so this is just very irresponsible and that was the reaction from the russian ministry of foreign affairs that the united states simply the u.s. officials simply don't understand how serious their remarks are what serious matters they're playing you know ok well let's let's keep going with syria's go remarks here let's go to ryan speaking he's the. the interior secretary. charge of national parks ok i mean i love what he's got a lot more of his plate here apparently the united states has the ability with our navy to make sure the ceilings are open and if necessary to blockade to make sure that their energy energy rushes energy does not go to market global blockaders and war under international law. yes so this is twice in one week that states have
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threatened russia with war which is quite extraordinary but it also shows that this is how well great powers often. will behave a little behave seriously. how they're able to exert force because the united states ever since world war two has been able to control most of the most strategic maritime corridor or so from navy and here. to malacca straits or the persian gulf so obviously during peacetime this is some way of. you know having commercial benefit or moving troops easily or you know a good way of getting allies during times of crisis or decline this is when you essentially cut off. from trade routes and try to starve their economies to death and that's what we refer to the most choke points and it's quite extraordinary they would threaten this against russia as well and i think it's also let me look in my
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introduction i said is the trump doctrine being really revealed because we have been one week we have threatening military force against a nuclear power russia both countries are in the negotiations over these weapons here both sides accuse the other of violations and then we have basically. this is just an extension of trumps trade war but if you combine that this kind of comes together with the great powers vision of the world you were in the navy so i'll go point out that even the threat of an attack of an aggression against russia is technically an act of aggression and a violation of international. law by the united nations charter now as a former u.s. navy and i have to say that i think what the very knowledgeable about such matters secretary of the interior here now being a little facetious has revealed the dangerous new capability of the u.s. navy they have. evidently equip their ships with the transforming the land shark
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attack so that u.s. navy ships can now go off the sea into the land to blockade russia's energy supplies which the vast majority of our pipelines ships energy the vast majority mean it does do some l.n.g. it does some oil by tanker but the vast majority of russia's energy to market to europe or china via pipelines so that is the only way i could interpret his remark it would be interesting to me thing is that it this is it and it's not just russia we're looking at china and of course we have the rand saying sions looming here which we hopefully will be able to talk about here this is the u.s. determining how countries trade who they can trade with and essentially what kind of relationships they have with other countries by part of the united nations and this is very important not only china and russia getting sick of it you know during president putin's we visit to india this week the indian state that we understood
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very clearly that if sanctions were not improved over not approved by the security culture which it needs to be which which are which they're not we're not going to play them well i'm going to you know they mean nothing to us and that was the message from india which has been basically kind of an ally of the united states during school hours because of years during the last three or four years so people are getting ready sick of trauma doctrine if we can call it that you know tromp and you're into his presence in the united nations building he said first i want to talk to the minister when president get there just a few days ago he basically threatened to mention right so this is this is going to go with me it's really i'm glad you brought that to you i want to talk to the way with embassador but i said i want to meet i mean arabians will come to me they will come to me to make a deal while the same time they're trying they're doing everything they can in their power. to overthrow that existing regime when.
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bolton said openly during his meeting with the iranian a position that we want to undermine. gold and we don't want it to leave to the fortieth anniversary of its are going to look at it meaning the mujahideen exactly i mean it was actually the only until i only took. them off the international terrorists and sort of who is in charge of national box made this remark about russian energy and all that but keep talking about frank in the united states defending that strategy which is i had environmentally very questionable and i think that points out confusing i guess i'll domestic politics is influencing their foreign policy but i would point out that this effort to go after so many countries at the same time it undermines the strategy because again the main strategy or the main country to isolate for america would ideally be china i would assume given that they're the main really have other things. their fish to fry this week the
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european union announced that they would establish a common i can epsom swiss in cooperation with china and russia to try to bypass both the u.s. dollar and the transaction system in and of course the indians might want to sue in their currency as well there because obviously they're starting to feel a bit uneasy as well so i think. that is a problem by trying to isolate everyone at the same time and it could be isolating themselves and getting all that he privilege which is that if you look at american hegemony in the world it's not just the military it's the financial system and people are starting to move away from it and they're developing the value of the dollar you know i'd like to say that i think that you are understating because the u.s. when you're talking about fracking because the u.s. mainstream media has clearly reported in the last few weeks that the only reason there is any opposition to the pollution and you know and protest against fracking in the. ited states is because of russian trolls i mean it's all inspired i mean
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the people in pennsylvania and across the u.s. who have down bertie brown dirty water that you can literally set on fire and earthquakes big. drop. like the little old post anymore you want to do it because it was always there but anyway for the second one yeah. i think the belligerent rhetoric when we're talking ryan zinke bailey hutchinson nikki haley trump promising fire and fury we're looking at it and a truly ignorant and incompetent administration blundering blustering belligerently its way through a foreign policy into destroying the reputation of the united states go team well the thing is that. the us wants to isolate certain countries but ultimately it's i said what you want it's a lame duck or if you're going to jump in here we're going to go to a short break and after that short break we'll continue our discussion on some real
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news stay with heart. i'm max kaiser one more of my guide to financial survival this is on a device used by professional scallywags to earn money. that's right these hedge funds are simply not accountable and we're just adding more and more to the. totally destabilize the global economy you need to protect yourself and get informed guys. this is critical. to the heat actually physically get out of the ground you would.
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yes well well well well well. there's a lot of money with the oil and with that comes. a lot of a lot of people from all over the country. if you don't make a hundred thousand dollars a year. as a minimum there is an issue. here in india. they were close to ten dollars a day it's hard work for the workers not used to work and so they want to relieve their stress of how do they relieve their stress these and then move back out like he's a man of that comfort many. people have been murdered up here people been raped there are massive drug issues up here you have a boom you have everything else that comes along with money. when a loved one is murder it's natural to seek the death penalty for the murder i would
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prefer it be in the death penalty just because they think that's the fair thing the right thing research shows that for every nine executions one convict is found innocent the idea that we were executing innocent people is terrifying those just move that hasn't been that we want even many of the times families want the death penalty to be abolished the reason we have to keep the death penalty here is because that's what murder victims' families what that's going to give them peace and it's going to give them justice and we come in saying. not quite enough we've been through this this isn't the way. unfortunately the united nations security council and this approach to yemen is going into this into the speech it employs it affords many months or two months and then that is. and to do so would weeks. i mean but
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a minute to be presented to the security council would make statements which are always ready to. welcome back to crossfire where all things are considered i'm peter labelle remind you we're discussing some real news. and i want to discuss something mark sent me just before and before we sat down here from the washington monthly an article this is quite fascinating. not supposed to be a comedy program but maybe we'll have some comedy here how the republicans and russia are remaking the supreme court now mark sent this to me because well it's kind of a what do you call it in russia gate peak is that what you call that i think it's really i vaguely we're not there yet exactly right and it's written by
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a gentleman named john store store ok just some snippets here while it is still unclear whether trump colluded and then we apprentice with them the mother probe when completed will tell us more it's likely the russian sub russian sub or two years churned the election in favor in his favor trumps james clapper the former intel said as much go further from the kremlin's point of view the best way to weaken our country is to increase the power of our most undemocratic branch you sent to me mark your reaction. yeah well i think this reveals the the true intent of the russian operation to put the manchurian candidate trump into office and this was to take over the supreme court of the united states brett kavanaugh you know so i don't i don't really know how to take this this is pure insanity.
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he is a product of a fevered and delusional mind who wants to imagine anyone who disagrees with him politically like say the supreme court justice in the united states. slipped a rat poison you know and she made the cover of some tabloid to be fair the mainstream media obviously nailed this one on the head because they're obviously auditor monitoring my twitter account because i indeed posted a negative review of the last jet i thought it was complete garbage it's not the one we saw together no that was solo and i always had the critics hated it so i get my at times i like to make people believe that solo was a good movie it was obviously a kremlin bought influence operation me being one of the most well known kremlin influence bots i guess. is there anything that you don't like in the us that you can now neither agency of everyone and everyone else and claim that
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boris and natasha are responsible for it as the going to syria thing is they really you know all the claims of meddling in american politics at the same time the united states openly conks about meddling in the hollow digs of countries all over the world iran is the best example rudy giuliani. did during the general assembly walked across the street and was saying you know regime change in two thousand and nineteen i mean it's there's no introspection there's no self reflection that's bipartisan because nancy pelosi is talking to me as well and everyone gets behind you know talk of overthrowing the government in venezuela the rod you know the u.s. meddling is is ubiquitous and at the same time european leaders during the elections several european leaders not only use their state media there was extremely biased against trump but several e.u. leaders openly poll. in the worst hillary clinton how many of the mines did they
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bedell and influence with how many minds did the tell you prime minister convince with with his indorsement of hillary clinton how to vote for her again or world there is no evidence of their core claims that after two years but you know ok let's suppose i am a person who believes the mainstream press and i should believe that two russian agents poisoned the script on the fourth of march and then somehow the border with the poisonous substitute substance and leave the until the twenty seventh of june was used by two homeless persons in another town amesbury then i am supposed to believe that's a statement from the british foreign office that britain for the first time i didn't you fight for cyber attacks as russian sourced they include attacks against the key of metro desk airport russia central bank and now institutions in the u.k.
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the russian central bank that you vest their cues in russian intelligence or they can not only british and dutch and american. objects you know including. nuclear fuel when you process and get three in to protect your data are they saying that the russian central bank is an object of u.s. influence and right. there in time magazine at the end of the year is going to be the russian but you know that's the the thank you everyone my order is western media declared that we were in a building of the chairman of the russian central bank the best central banker in that wall there was a very fine if you can article right. and then the russian hackers decided that i think immediately after the cold war there was an interesting piece in new york times i think was in one thousand and three was one of the leaders of the national government for the marks and one of the. sponsors of democracy it is and he has
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actually made the argument that a lot of what it did during the cold war covertly couldn't be done over at least in the name of democracy so didn't have to hide himself in more so since if you see a government which isn't what defined the us democratic then you can do whatever you want to topple it like you're going to be. this government funded ok but they would they will get it they were they were fearful they were futile they would a loser putting and then flipped on it we're not going to war might always make a good argument for promoting democracy but i think at the heart of it the problem is that it undermines the entire concept of international law because in international law there has to be reciprocity i mean if i give up my for flexibility you know this it he will expect the same from you so the problem here is of course that the west you know the stewards of the markets see you can then say that now this is on the us because where the market is so weak and going to topple governments are you saying that legibly russia through wiki leaks
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exposing that the democratic primary was rigged by hillary clinton the d.n.c. that that is a legitimate act of democratization is. all. gone father of a. political theory he made the argument that he was concerned about the west after a cold war because this is not they don't. consider ourselves good because we're to do but we consider of good because we are right and essentially so we can in this episode yes we can essentially we can topple the critical elected president in ukraine. as a way to promote democracy it will still be over here since the cold war when and where as it were it's still waiting even when i think there is an important exception and mentioned it in saudi arabia we had the rain yes but we've had a few various statements from mr drum. i love making a sound not. so i said well protected you might not be there for two weeks without
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you have to pay for you need a tree and the quote that is talking to the changing of democracy crowd prince said what he meant her own prince said i think it was very revealing what you said we buy everything we have in mind i think that he where it's because they not only buy with zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero we also buy good image because just by. prince been so months actions western press is not critical of him we will remember the whole foremost freedom was exhausted worn out by a long complimentary interview with the players you know ok gentlemen we've got over that a very embarrassing moment we end on this year many thanks to my guest here in moscow this is the end of our broadcast segment stay with us for the extended version on our you tube page see you next time and remember cross talk rules.
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the ways of the united states is dangerous for most of the illegal immigrants. cos who have gotten most of the sympathy i want to. put as many of them look for refuge in the so-called sentries sides of the drug used to share information about undocumented migrants with federal authorities. person as band. listen to more don't have it at best not get them in a lot of class and. they can watch as they all choose to stay in the country with donald trump in the white house over forty gravels. the who can beat up the.
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offense it struggle to many couples won't. kill the chance of putting food impulse response both of you up at the pump to the hope of the. politicians to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. want to. have to go right to be precise this is what before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the water using our. first sip. this is crude oil. so they need to actually physically hold it out of the ground he would have well well well.


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