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with julian charged in the u.s. with conspiracy to hack government computers the issue of his alleged links to russia once again being raised in washington. also this hour french police used tear gas against yellow vests protesters in the twenty second consecutive weekend of demonstrations against the government. and german justice minister is roundly criticised after giving an interview to german channel which mentions close ties in moscow. we maintain close ties with russia russia wants and movies will be our part now.
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live from moscow what's your heart international on daniel hawkins thanks for joining us this hour. of people in the u.s. and u.k. gathered on saturday to protest the detention of wiki leaks founder julian assange . in new york people rallied on times square demanding the immediate release of a song some protesters held signs while others delivered speeches that criticized the pentagon and other protests took place in london outside the prison where it is believed it's being held. after his dramatic arrest the wiki leaks front man is facing a charge of conspiracy to hack a u.s. government computer it appears there washington has another axe to grind at least judging by the vice president's words on friday. when he was a cia cia director he called weekly leaks and non-state house intelligence services
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often abetted by state actors like russia we strongly agree with that that's why the justice department is now seeking extradition or might have been just a slip of the tongue is currently a songs hasn't been charged with anything russia related his alleged links of the kremlin have been on the minds of the media and political chiefs for quite some time on his moral does if looks at whether alleged collusion may still become part of the case against the wiki leaks. it did say it years ago that the united states wanted him that's why he was in the ecuadorian embassy and he was right america is seeking extradition and if you watch enough t.v. you surely know why his russian connections can we address the question at hand and that is whether or not you can say definitively that russia had no part in this. was trying to sabotage the twenty six thousand election and have these facts in
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front of them saw it as an agent agent or at least a provocateur or a collaborator with the russian government there is growing evidence that russia is using wiki leaks as a delivery vehicle for hacked e-mails and other information it was everywhere on every pundit slips for years assad's weekly spew to russia meddling echoed and echoed by everyone important enough to be on camera like us leaders it's time to call out wiki leaks for what it really is a non-state hostile intelligence service often abetted by state actors like russia they acted in concert with the russians to interfere on our elections to help you pack into what took that information from the russians and we stood in a way to destroy our campaigns in twenty sixteen i don't think that's it's not right to legal and i hope it's true as much as possible just because you. and for his role in russian meddling in what you do by their word he's
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a k.g.b. asset on a secret mission to topple the united states that is if you watch enough t.v. if you don't if you actually read the indictment against him the charges no mention of russia not a mention of elections of meddling e-mails or grand plots to topple the united states his crime allegedly was that he worked with chelsea manning to obtain classified documents that showed us human rights abuses in iraq and of going to stop the us government house to. state all the charges it tend to charge mr sashi with extraditions. fail to you not mr sergeant. us the lancet. about states government or their charters just consider this if the us had any of it anything
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tying has signed to russia or made legal conspiracy do you think they would have shown it to mentioned it. this is it this is the unique charge he faces and because of how extradition works they can't add any more charges if they get him the extradition order. needs to know at that stage what except charges are herb's out all. the extradition court u.k. not extradite somebody to wes yeah the charges that are probably going to. not exist there's no charges. so the extradition court makes very clear we're only going to extradite on those charges are sent to us and. we decide. states or of churches are are now saying balance sheets are going by
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what lawyers and experts are saying the u.s. doesn't have much of a case and if as is found guilty it sets a nasty precedent where journalists can be jailed for posting classified material no matter how vital like the manning files. as remarkable as it may be the u.s. is now saying that exposing us human rights abuses wanted nerd committed by the
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us military exposing that is wrong serious than the abuses and murder themselves chelsea formally bradley manning was freed by a bomber but judging by the toxicity on t.v. in washington as sand shouldn't be too hopeful the. you never know trump is trump wiki leaks i love working. on thursday police force a new move to do no songs from the ecuadorian embassy in london came off to quito stripped him of his ecuadorian citizenship and revoked his asylum which was granted almost seven years ago ecuador says assad's violated the terms of his asylum in new ways independent journalist and close friend of. the we're going to chief who knows the trade in the media. putin's very robust and strong person physically quite
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large and mentally but he has been under the most enormous strain i mean physically he lost a lot of weight mentally he was still the same julian of course but you could see that he's a man who had suffered he owed on the weekends for example the embassy used to close down and you could see that he didn't like being alone rattling around the place he hasn't been outside the ecuadorians were in the last year under the regime of merino were monitoring him inside the embassy to an extraordinary degree there were two cameras in every room except a lot of tree even the kitchen had one also he was gagged he was without speaking german and the other thing is his visitation rights work a tale this is quite difficult to see him julian has expected to be thrown out of the embassy since before christmas he was just waiting for it to happen but i don't think he expected to be dragged out in this way the way it happened was to patrol him to help portray him as a fugitive rather than allowing him to walk out himself with dignity people consider much more of a threat than you really is you know the district judge and the magistrate court
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that he went into after straight after being taken by the police and described him as a narcissist i mean the judge had met him once in the courtroom but day i mean that's a savage thing to say about somebody talk about silly stuff about him you know apparently. be unclean or something like that i mean it's extraordinary how journalists are able to strike me so it was really important. and really important to the future of journalism. and as our guest points out media speculation is rife surrounding his songs including the welfare of his cat however we can leeks this so to dispel any rumors and confirm the cat is safe and sound we can expose that this video of the feline watching his only being dragged from the embassy turns out the cat was rescued. following threats to remove it last year that with war and government gave mr a songe a set of house rules. you risk losing his companion unless you took proper care of . british police have fired tear gas at yellow vests protesters
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throwing rocks and bottles on the first weekend after a controversial law came into force new rules and demonstrators from hiding their faces. i was i i was i i. i clashes was seen in paris where police used tear gas against protesters twenty seven people were detained more than thirty thousand protested on saturday across the country including around five thousand in the capital alone. a rally in time violence and the drive to loose where officers moved in after protesters recalls at least try to build barricades
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a number of demonstrators who are said to have been injured more than twenty were detained last was the twenty second consecutive weekend of anti-government rallies in the country eleven fast movement started in the van but with protests against fuel price hikes and calls the president macron to resign associate professor of french and francophone studies at the university of nottingham paul smith thinks that despite a slight recovery in that micron's poll the most the yellow best movement won't be going anywhere. oddly enough over the last few weeks he's a poll ratings have been going up both for him and his prime minister eight bush leaf and i think that there is a sense in the golden bonus you know whatever other politicians. media commentators say that actually kind of gave a framework to the discontent that provided that they are right for the discontented old boy teach people to participate and in that sense you mustn't success but particularly that is the good it is so you listen to the contributions
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of so disparate that bringing it all together and turning that into something is going to be very difficult so paradoxically you know looking at the news looking at the footage thing. he's enormously. but the next three weeks old going to be an up to the european elections are going to be pretty. good meanwhile religious violence in france is on the rise with a spike in attacks and minorities over the majority of incidents in the country targets christians something much of the media seems to overlook short of dubious he has more. anti religious attacks are taking place on an almost daily basis in france but while some incidents seem to attract a lot of attention others are largely being ignored according to the french observer. for be so nearly twenty nineteen was the worst month for churches in
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france and stay began collecting data in twenty fifteen but in addition to churches other public christian symbols have also been targeted for example some across as a mountain tops public crucifixes has been destroyed or vandalized and public statues of jesus and the virgin mary have been decapitated or destroyed and according to the observatory in france anti christian attacks have sharply risen since the beginning of twenty nineteen this is paris is historic seoul suit peace last month a fire here briefly caught the attention of the media. it didn't take long for an investigation to say the attack was deliberate and cause nearly a million euro damage but take a closer look at how it was reported by some news wires the headline reads the
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church briefly catches fire. it's almost a month later the story doesn't appear to have been updated suggesting that a deliberate attack on one of paris is the largest churches just wasn't backed newsworthy at the same time other anti religious attacks not only make the headlines they stay. the latest official figures from the french government gave us back to insight into what's happening in twenty eighteen there was a sharp rise in the number of anti sematic incidents five hundred forty one that's up seventy four percent compared with twenty seventeen the incidents were broken down showing what they were related to including murder violence and threats anti muslim acts to it at one hundred
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a low since twenty ten meanwhile the number of anti christian acts reached one thousand and sixty three a slight increase compared with the previous year no further detail was. what was shocking to me was the almost casual way that the ministry described it saying quote the number of anti-christian acts is stable over the year when interior minister downplays or. seems to sideline the acts against christians it fuels the assumption that only minority religions deserve protection unquestionably the increase in anti-semitic attacks is of serious concern but by many as minimizing the number of anti-christian incidents and providing no details the government signals in a not so subtle way that this is less important it's unclear who is carrying out these attacks or why they are taking place but there's real concern that the way
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that the french government and the media generally underplay them means that they could be being significantly underreported meaning the true scale is still unknown. ski r.t. paris germany's justice minister is under fire after giving an interview to. what you said and more after this short break. they put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. i want to be rich. but you going to be crooks that's what before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested in the warnings and
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. there are millions of people in america and around the world who are better educated than ray dahlia but in order to succeed on wall street you need to complete lack of empathy this is driven in study after study after study. has no consideration about the effect he's having of society and the ruination of the law is that he's contributing to my being a leak on the system with is hedge fund that's a lack of empathy and there that that takes a certain kind of myopia and stupidity to work yourself into that state. program thousands of protesters flooded the sudanese capital khartoum on saturday
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at a rally in front of the militias a minute military headquarters they called me on meet the handover of power to a civilian government protesters say they will remain in the streets until the civilian transitional council is formed. off the months of public protest the all me toppled longtime president bashir according to sydney's police sixteen people have been killed and twenty more wounded in the chaos that's followed meanwhile some countries including saudi arabia have already have their support for the new monitor administration riyadh also says it's ready to provide humanitarian aid to the country that's according to saudi state media. german media and politicians have rounded on the country's justice minister after she gave an interview to r.t. he's a german says the channel in a seven minute appearance katherina barlett touched on a number of issues concerning europe including germany's orations with russia is peter all of the reports from berlin or the german justice minister catherine of
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bali is found herself in hot water according to some and lost on the political sea according to others it's curious to see how you can completely lose your political compass the no time well what happiness act did she commit she spoke to the media or as some would have you believe the wrong type of media this is all come about after ms barley gave an interview to r.t. german language sister service. member whose land we maintain close ties with russia russia was and always will be our partner however that doesn't mean we don't take issue with certain things but then that's a natural part of any relationship. it's not through to is a private enterprise and we as a government do not interfere and i also do not consider it appropriate to comment on u.s. plans in any way. i ask of you as external and internal
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enemies these include all who seek to weaken at first of all of course these are the e.u. countries that want to become nation states again and stop their usual cooperation with us in order to pursue their selfish national interests heaven forfend a german politician give an interview to a russian news outlet about issues that affect both nations the minister must be out of her mind according to the german tabloid press justice minister caterina barely wants to join the european parliament for the s.p.d. and has given many interviews so far so good but why she took questions from the kremlin propaganda portal russia today is not comprehensible to many in political circles while city you is fighting for ever your route to strengthen europe's security asked to do european candidate katherina barley gives interviews to russian state propaganda that is twenty four seven to weaken the euro because the
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rena barely of the european the un through body all smiled in unfriendly to those who want to send you a plummeting into chaos with their education freedom of the press sorry make that freedom to talk to the press as long as it's the ones the chairman tabloids approve of. spanish primary school is banned pupils from reading little word riding herd and sleeping beauty will because they lack a balanced gender perspective the two traditional fairy tales are among thirty percent of the books available for that age group which have now been labeled toxic two hundred title seven are moved from the library at school in barcelona is the first is the latest such move in a catalogue of capital where gender commissions are currently reviewing similar cases we spoke to locals in barcelona to get their thoughts. but only to tell that all of us were raised with and we're not traumatized it was you not to get close just change and i think to remove that it's a bit absurd so that no i think it's
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a delicate topic in so far as you can't reinterpret when these books were written it's from a historical time it's a matter of tradition one is obviously we have to do a lot of things to make society go forward but i don't know if this should be one of them. has been written of them since i was a child and i don't feel stereotyped or harmed by those books i don't think there is such a harmful thing for a key it's. conditions the way kids think the kids see women girls the other gender is a bit protected relative to men i think we have to teach them from childhood that there is no subordinate relationship between one and the other but these are tells that have always existed they can be adopted can be explained i think we shouldn't be censored you know it's part of the culture it has nothing to do with gender it was thought of takes a look at just how far this revaluation of classical works could go. once upon a time in a land far away you lived
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a girl and she was strong and independent and grew up to be superwoman like that story of course you do there's nothing little about this red riding hood of the twenty first century not like the old version banned in one of barcelona's primary schools for exposing children to falls gender perspectives matter of fact whereas spatter when you need them the wolves go to her and carry by x. had he's barely filled with the stones and tossed out to die in agony if that's not animal cruelty i don't know what is another fairy tale bound in that school look at the ugly reality of sleeping beauty. he beheld her charms and felt his blood course hockley through his vague he lifted her is arms and carried her to a bed they gathered the first fruits of love leaving her on the bed he returned to his own kingdom where pressing business of his realm he for
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a time thought no more about this incident now last nine months to lead livid two beautiful children one a boy and the other a girl. well excuse me does this start with once upon a rape did they really live happily ever after i mean really you know what let's stay on the subject a girl is given away to slavery by her own father sounds familiar it's. but you say you've got daughters i will forgive you on condition that one of them comes willingly and suffer for you well first the title is out right misleading there's at least two beasts and the bigger one i would argue is the father and yes i would like someone on this egregious human trafficking case asap. india i'm looking at you unicef or how about this plot
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the protagonist turns halfway through the story murdered his friend has his feet burned while alive is hanged and left for dead. i understand said one to the other there's nothing left to do now but to hang him to hang him repeated the other they tied pinocchio's hands behind his shoulders and slipped a noose around his neck three the rope over the high limb of the joint oak tree they pulled to the hall marionette punk. spring. that's the original for you before being whitewashed by disney and if little red riding hood is a bad gender example for kids no way this tale can be under the p.g. thirteen mark and with aladin i think the deal was if you wish is not a t.v. show for movies and seven video games i mean where's the genie's union when you
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need it and who knows how many more evils lurk under the guise of harmless children's books. that's it join us again in thirty minutes for the latest global news updates we'll see about the. u.s. veterans who come back from war often tell the same stories. were going after the people who were killing civilians they were not interested in the wellbeing of their own soldiers either they're already several generations of them so i just got this memo from the circular defenses officer says we're going to attack and destroy the government and seven countries in five years americans pay for the wars with their money others with their lives if we were willing to go into harm's way and
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willing to risk being killed for a war and surely we can risk some discomfort or uneasiness for. those are the gate have to be changed and we are still living with historical legacy sofi industrialization most of their. legal frameworks in investment work all of them are decided for industrial face of stick russia and now we are moving ahead and and i think the problem is that our concepts are lagging behind.
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everybody john once again for the vehicle as a reporter lovely place hey max we're going to follow up on that ray dahlias story you mentioned ray dal you is a multimillion billionaire he's i guess he basically who finances all of connecticut and they're bankrupt states he's a connecticut hedge fund guy he just donated two hundred million dollars the largest donation ever to connecticut for their education system but he was also in the news because of course he did recently declare that hedge fund billion or a dahlia says capitalism is failing america and we need to take five specific
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actions to save it or a dally you know in a linked in post analyzes the ways america's economy has been failing the majority of its citizens and places the current environment in a global perspective he wrote that he's seen capitalism evolve in a way that is not working well for the majority of americans because it is producing self reinforcing spirals up for the haves and down for the have nots oh yeah i read this all right dahlia it's a good analysis of why its system is not working but his conclusions about the solutions. are and he favors the benevolent dictator that's his number one solution we need strong leaders to impose a top down. you know change and of course that's what got us into the problem to begin with to have benevolent dictators running the central banks and re ballio as one of the biggest beneficiaries of socially having central banks stuffed money
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into his pockets for years now we haven't worked a day in his life yeah i mean one of the solutions that he offer is warren buffett offers a bill gates offers that jeff bezos offers every single billionaire america says what we need is more education better education. but it is education really when you have china you know with one point four billion people or india with one point three billion people and india they all speak english fluently so they can do any job that we can do for much less right. here and he's again here's what he identifies as the actual problems the numbers that if you look at it these are the problems he says dahlia listed reasons why capitalism isn't working as it should in the u.s. one there's been no real wage growth adjusted for inflation for the majority of americans since one thousand nine hundred eighty the income gap is high as it's ever been.


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