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the. lot of me are put in order as a mere response after the u.s. tests a previously banned type of missile just weeks after pulling out of an arms control treaty the russian president claims washington could now deploy its new weapon globally. this only 0 point america's real intentions. of the existing limits it's now free to deploy previously missiles anywhere in the world. britain's announcement comes after tensions flared at the u.n. security council where russia and the u.s. traded accusations over the collapse of the i.m.f. treaty. in accusing russia the united states and the countries that drum to along with its are ignoring facts and common sense the united states will not remain
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a party to a treaty that is deliberately violated by russia. also this hour conservative activists in the u.s. are celebrating after a court agrees to reconsider its censorship case against tech giants like facebook and google. and the ship captain faces jail time for saving migrants from the mediterranean has turned down a french bravery award accusing paris of. as european states still wrangle over what to do with newcomers. watching our 2 international coming to you live from the russian capital where it's just turned 3 pm welcome to the program thought amir putin has ordered an analysis of the threat posed by the latest american missile the weapon was recently tested not long after the u.s. pulled out of an arms control treaty the russian president also ordered a symmetrical response for more let's cross live now to. go. to the russian
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president have to say. jacqueline hi again while all these latest developments and statements are an essence the new reality of the world without the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty that was once hammered out by washington and moscow at the end of the cold war but then eventually torn apart after an announcement by the american president donald trump so earlier this week the state department and now that the u.s. military successfully tested a new cruise missile that was previously outlawed by the terms of the i.n.f. treaty plus even before that the u.s. secretary of defense revealed that america was working on the deployment of new missiles in the asia pacific region and the head of the pentagon also said that he
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wants that to happen asap now as a result of this the russian president got together with the most senior russian officials here in moscow that are in charge of security and this country and he is saying right now that the american tests are nothing but a clear indication that washington pulled out of the i.n.f. treaty not because russia was violating something moscow believes that this was a carefully calculated plan to get the hands of america and. but there will still be. even before we knew that the americans had been developing weapons banned under the i.n.f. treaty we told our partners numerous times about that the americans have orchestrated a propaganda campaign alleging violations by russia but it's now clear this was just a smokescreen to hide washington's own breaches of the treaty and its intention to
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leave it this all leaves 0 doubt about america's real intentions having got rid of the existing limits it's now free to deploy previously forbid missiles anywhere in the world top american politicians say that new systems could be deployed 1st in the asia pacific region but this affects our interests as well because it is situated near our borders. over the last few months moscow has kept issuing warnings that if they realize that washington is rushing to deploy and develop new weapons systems now that they don't have to abide by the terms of the agreement moscow world respond in exactly the same way and on friday mr putin made it clear that russia's take on this won't change and they are ready to take all the necessary steps. there's a new book and i mean. as you know we've never wanted and still don't want to get
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into an arms race which is expensive and destructive for a country's economy all the latest weapons that we've been developing where response to america's unilateral pullout from the 2003 antiballistic missile treaty we were forced to maintain the security of our people and our country we are doing the same now and no doubt will keep on doing this in the future. so once again moscow's message is very clear they don't want to get dragged into this game a but they are being forced to do it and so the response will come swiftly. go thank you for bringing us that report. now for more analysis we go live to put geo political expert in iran the president putin wants to see asymmetrical response that's what we've heard today it's likely then that the u.s. will have an answer to that and so on and so forth in your opinion are we seeing a new arms race underway. well it is she has been dragged into a new arms race that's quite obvious i never dreamed he is all all that means the
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new armies between the shia and the us between china and the us then it is going to have a trickle down effect on the other countries in which possessing nuclear weapons buchan between pakistan and india and then we have. something we discuss about israel so i think in a mcgovern picture of the incoming beers and months and years we will find that these groups the new. and this is a dangerous ominous these unconventional weapons you know the the use of these weapons could destroy this indicted word nuclear war in any part of the word means newcomb are everywhere in the who are so americans themselves included include very a different situation then not understanding and let me give you a big goes geopolitical situation use an audio that has that has been over the key
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to the gun and that is there is a bit of lies issued by the medicals that perhaps the bush is alleging and there is in one way or the other distorting. unions and they are trying to not create a situation whereby they want to let the board know that these yards of tech so they are as they have it will be have a drawn from the eye in a 50 something they have already done and them they have stock or did order business testing which is a message to the shia doesn't even have to come of the syllabus for something present that he will sort of come a little dissimilar to sponsor but this is his winkle have a huge impact on the load fall a success if you can of the economic leverage that you can of apples and distribute by the way a producer huge who would but by 9091 you would include a 2006 them dawgs. shockley nuclear. missiles were
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destroyed what by a shia and the us no this is all although everything is open i mean everybody currently particularly this year china and the us there were the bullfight similar testing they were glorified long going into business dusting and that's a very dangerous now you because at the time. these bombers and nuclear did road who are going to get in so does your own temperature in the quote him. then beans begin to fighting with each other and then dickon or to have an agreement with each of them they cannot sustain an agreement that's a very very negative message but let me give it a little more because expects minissha and there to used their us is dying. in dumb economy it's not in as would share presentations to be in domes of its military is not as strong as it used to be it has a lot better times august on the ball 70 percent of the bombs are controlling there
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. and similarly in the middle east us had a very tough at the hands of and then the episode we had in in in you could. all these in bigger does that the americans in one way or the of the day they're getting some sort of perception that the us is a speck so in not total little counter that they have come out of an if and i feel they're sort of a little bit dissimilar to is going to be all expired in 2021 and then be it is it is going to be open despite all these countries we're speaking right now to geo political expert job in iran a job that if you could stay on the line would like to come back to just a little bit further in the program to get further insight for me now the situation surrounding the collapse of the iran after it was addressed at the un security council where tensions flared russia and china have conference global action to
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prevent a new arms race and rebel powers blame each other for the ongoing escalation. do you realize that because of the us ambitions we are one step away from an arms race that cannot be controlled all regulated in any way the united states will not remain a party to a treaty that is deliberately violated by russia as if this depended only on us we would not reach this dangerous situation the united states is taking the necessary steps to address the threat posed by intermediate range missile forces being deployed in ever larger numbers by russia and china but what about you are you going to avoid responsibility for what is happening to future generations forgive you for this russia's present actions are in line with a pattern of aggression that represents a clear threat to international peace and security the russian federation has the sole responsibility for the reason demise of the really. do you not understand that by your responses to the americans you are returning to historical
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situation with missiles targeting european cities from different sites. was a heated debate at the united nations security council now the united states has recently withdrawn from the i.n.f. treaty the intermediate range nuclear forces agreement and not only has the usa withdrawn from the treaty but the usa recently tested a missile that would have been a violation of that treaty had it still been in effect many are viewing this as an escalation of a potential new arms race between russia and the united states now when the representative of the united states spoke to the security council they accused russia of being responsible for the agreements demise this is the us representative here today because the russian federation preferred a world in which the united states continued to fulfill its i.n.f. treaty obligations while the russian federation did not we've heard a narrative today that the united states had itself been in violation of the i.n.f.
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treaty because of our recent flight test which used the m k 41 launcher that is also found in our aid. sure missile defense system this is categorically false now russia emphasized that its concerns about the m k 41 launcher have been proven to be indeed correct and that this launcher could easily be tested in transformed into the tomahawk missiles that were recently tested by the united states and those missiles do indeed violate the treaty now russia which had been accused of having violated the i.n.f. treaty had repeatedly requested that inspectors come to russia and see if indeed these allegations from u.s. leaders were true however the united nations and the united states ignored their requests to defend themselves against these allegations of violating the i.n.f. treaty russia asked for dialogue around the issue and this dialogue was ignored here's some of what we heard from the russian representative. in accusing russia the united states and the countries that grunt alone with its are ignoring facts
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and common sense we proposed a closed door meeting to look at time misao of this clone us and give full information to convince them that we did not violate the treaty but they refused we cannot understand the arguments from the u.s. but we do want to save the treaty china was also subject to us allegations that the security council united states accused china of boosting its military arsenal as well china responded that it was not correct for the united states to withdraw from the treating and blaming china for their decision was not honest or correct either this is the chinese representative addressing the security council with the i.n.f. treaty is of great importance to not only the u.s. and russia but it's a global peace and security it is an accent to which use china as an excuse for leaving the treaty china rejects the baseless accusations from the u.s. . now the i.n.f. treaty was signed in 1987 and it was
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a key moment in the deescalation and ultimate end of the cold war between the united states and the soviet union and the recent decision of the united states to withdraw from that treaty as many concerned about the potential for a new nuclear arms race now many hoped that meeting could be the opening of dialogue toward restoring some kind of treaty regarding intermediate range nuclear forces missiles and such and wherever while a lot of accusations were exchanged no real consensus seems to have existed among the countries represented at the un security council. with all about my let's bring geo political expert ahmed ronna back in. bed without the eye enough treaty anymore in existence how much more dangerous is the world where is this leading us . well it's a very dangerous message which is being triggered off just messaging the code will continue that business has been just messages by spotting contests which won't have a nuclear weapons but because of the geopolitical situation because of the american
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position they have not been able to get it and that the. politics which is not being driven by any model it is it being driven by the hard us the ticket entities the countries which are possessing more weapons more sophisticated develop and particularly nuclear weapons they can better defend themselves and that is that he's in that buckets on the men's actually of the nuclear devices which means bullets can be explored within the range of pretty 5 kilometer range that suggest what is going to happen in east to come the other countries that won't follow the same pair and not americans have been drawing hot 2 d. new look not korea not is not going to demolish them there's something next in policy but in a given situation the modern principle is that there has to be global disarmament of the nuke of happens no i meant there they won't expand their nuclear weapons
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they won't do mid did middle system more sophisticated and they want to expand the all creatures of the in the in their midst in every part of the world but they don't want to she did or who are not going to have them or one popular they don't want iran to have the nuclear weapons so these kind of policies this is a mikey's that i experienced with it that the americans are pursuing but what americans are not understanding the americans as as big. as big economic pot as it is used to be in the last they have been defeated in a flemish than i'm taking back you do understand because that's a very interesting episode deja every conceivable of that been to defeat the bomb it didn't work they are what julie. having a slender deal with the guy. and then in the middle east there america's odd behind thank god big mess this started awarding the longer did it as mosque destruction
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weapons there was at least bombs and hair and no people are making fun of the americans there was nothing over the shield the underlying message that the americans are giving the code we're going to become a 3rd we're going there if you're going to renew give up a. good can do is going to be destroyed like what happened in libya because libya had agreed to commit comparables and to dismantle its nuclear nuclear program did notice that it was off a couple of years libya was attacked about them and so therefore i think it is this so deleted would do this and not all of you are certainly exist and i think there is no question of assembling them to do good apples but even know that they cannot even the bushehr good focus on this issue so in the broader picture the coming got to go and have an fierceness of this yes yes i apologize we're going to have to leave it there we have run out of time geo political experts of enron to thank you for your time and your comments. conservative activists in the
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united states are celebrating after a court agreed to reconsider a censorship case against facebook google twitter and apple that's bringing the lawsuit accuse the tech giants of bias and of suppressing content from the conservative and of the political spectrum controversial right wing activist laura limor is leading the case with a group called the freedom watch she's known as someone who's been banned from all kinds of online platforms from twitter and facebook to pay pal and over a lawsuit also allegedly for tech giants have violated the 1st amendment and us anti-monopoly laws there have been a growing number of leaks and testimonies from those who work for big tech alleging anti-conservative bias. even a blacklist where if someone. shows that there are conservative then they'll be blacklisted between different companies and different teams and that really needs to change i see google executives go to congress and say that it's not going to be late it is not political and i'm just so sure that's not true they're telling
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people that oh they don't they don't have any blacklist this is all you know they don't have any political ideology they don't have any political bias but it's really clear that they do the current legal consensus is that tech giants are allowed to moderate the content that appears on their sites or through their apps and they have denied any censorship. do you discriminate more on philosophy like anti conservative versus pro liberal no. policies in our rhythms don't take a look consideration any affiliation philosophy were viewpoint there is absolutely no directive in any of the changes that we make to have a bias in anything that we do we use a robust methodology to reflect what is being said about any given topic at any particular time and we try to do it objective lee using a set of rubrics certainly if this happened to her this is happened to
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a lot of people and it's high time that the big tech giants were challenge to hunt this there's a confusion i think because americans love free speech and we love private property so we love for example when it's a company and we say well that company has a right to do anything it wants to but there comes a point where it's almost like a public utility because they have such a monopoly on communication in general especially in terms of social media so some of these giants that really do have control. they've changed the game you can only come to one conclusion when it seems to only happen against conservatives in general and and i think that this flies in the face of of our free speech and you know that for most of us in america we could agree that our 1st amendment speech right is critical to everything that is freedom and most of us would wish that some of these tech giants would go along with that. the german captain of a migrant rescue boat operating in the mediterranean coast snubbed
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a bravery award from france she accuses paris of parker see it given its treatment of migrants and refugees we do not need authorities deciding about who is a hero and who is illegal at the same time your police is stealing blankets from people that you forced to live in the streets while you read protests and criminal ice people that are standing up for rights of migrants and asylum seekers. in 2017 pierre claims boat was seized by a tiny and authorities in the port of lampedusa with rescued migrants on board she was charged with assisting illegal immigration and could face up to 20 years in jail the paris mayor's office has reacted to her criticisms of the french authorities inviting her to the city to see how migrants are actually treated there . we are waiting for you in paris to show you the different ways we are ensuring a dignified reception for migrants despite the tensions that exist on the subject with the state you'll find is ours and all the french capital is often at odds with
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the federal government over migrant francis also wrangling over the issue with fellow you block members. deeper into the story. parish has consistently lobbied for better or worse and consent is for migrants while the city was actually the 1st to open a temporary reception center where some 13000 migrants said to have passed 3 and it's invested 40000 viewers in a restaurant to feed my kids if the paris mess says they would have done more but for the french government i do not understand why the government is allowing indignity and kiryas on the capital's doorstep between 700 and the 1200 migrants are sleeping rough in the streets in makeshift camps under bridges on roadsides where they're forced to leave inhumane conditions and does she have a point that the french state has repeatedly cleared of migrant camps in paris but
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when one is dismantled sure enough another soon replaces it michael's government has also been criticized for a controversial asylum and immigration bill in a bid to limit new arrivals that law double to 90 days the time in which illegal immigrants could be detained it shortened deadlines for asylum applications and made illegal crossing of borders as in offense with a jail time of up to a year but is really in a position to sort out the problem itself it's been trying with germany to find consensus across the entire you for a solution to the crisis on that level brussels is slamming italy and eastern european countries for shutting their doors to migrants very people critical where the mayor of paris is doing i don't know what went into the mind. of mine because
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you see of course they don't welcome you. here and you can see the people sleeping in just. to go with respect to eat today because he did these good. most of the mines and friends isn't big them in such large numbers so they blame the tenant for not opening their bulldozer to the fans don't do that either so this company people critical the thousands of those in the media and maybe because exactly because of the so-called humanitarian probably see we should give them the illusion that they would be. and they won't be i mean they won't all be from my quince and not happy at the way that they treated the activists not happy at the way the government to helping the local governments not being happy with the federal governments and those federal governments are not happy with brussels brussels it seems is not happy either it's one that huge circle going around and around but it's actually not getting anywhere. r.t.
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paris appear goble news update for this hour but don't forget you can always had to our website r.t. dot com for the details on all those stories and many more. in this community there are people who believe that it's ok. it's really hard there are no jobs and you see the kids. and as a parent. i can come up with arguments and there's a lot of conflict within the game between the 2 teams most of the conflict i would say. is made. close one of the children's
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children is good because the state of california alone makes 6000000000 dollars a year of prison complex just to get some point in your life where. you don't care . anything. greetings and salutations if the media was working overtime to ignore and excuse the powerful men connected to convicted sex trafficker and pedophile jeffrey abstain their working triple time to direct your attention to the women in this miss while bill and hillary clinton were photographed looking old bit on the wealthy enclave of the hamptons rumors swirled that prince andrew and sarah ferguson might get back together this is important to note since neither men have been critiqued very seriously in the process while the women who have the bad luck to photographs taken with around epstein are getting shellacked most notably
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supermodel naomi campbell who was dragged by daily mail this weekend with a piece that question an upcoming philanthropic a word she is set to receive and also called out her age for no discernible reason whatsoever however it was the gallery of but 9 pictures of the supermodel with famous men who have been accused of or convicted of rape and sexual abuse that makes one wonder men like harvey weinstein mike tyson and kevin spacey that for many went too far when she have the nerve to respond at a self produced video on our official you tube page the daily beast called it weird and mentioned her tenuous connections to epstein stating campbell didn't discuss that in the video which showed her answering questions from a faceless interview as though she was on a real t.v. program as if a person can't make a statement to the world without the real press deciding whether it's valid 1st which brings us to the question of the day how will the process as
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a whole be able to properly report on the geoffrey epstein case and those who assisted him in their focus is only on the women who have never actually been accused of wrongdoing especially when the women who have been credibly accused could just as easily be victims as much as perpetrators and speaking of victims. some perpetrators the national rifle association is finally being held to task for its spending and veer from the core values they claim to espouse the corporate roots of the disease tree of the n.r.a. be about to fall well let's find out as tara ventura and i start watching the hawks . told. the. real that this was. a lie as to the bottom. line but it looks like you are going to. be. a. good
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example. welcome everybody to watching some tabitha wallace today we once again dialogue over debate i guess every thursday is tyrrell venter and i bring you 2 distinct and informative discussions featuring a variety of topics and guests with unique political viewpoints starting with my very own so let's take a trip into the gallery. joining me now in the gallery are loads of news you got to tell you our intrepid sports reporter at r.t. america regina hamm and our team america responded rachel evans thanks for joining me thank you hero so named in these various lawsuits that are coming out now are these women who work for epstein on a daily basis and that's kind of the people that i wonder and there seems to be a big question what do we do with them people like.


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