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well. you know if you think. you know you could be. with him and putin meets with the prime minister. for him and putin meets with the prime minister viktor orban irritating western allies is the very same day hungry the joint. irritating western allies is the very same day hungry as the joint. the. very into the u.k. only 20 percent are into the deadly 20 percent of them to. schools that
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significances for sick failings in that significant systemic failings in the london for the brigade believe it with little spotlight. and government mental thought for firefighters to tell is that the focus is missed in this place likes. of. our forefathers of the north of norris responsible people from 56 year from from all material on the outside of the tower. from all material on the outside of the tower. so a scathing new report by human rights watch says the u.s. sanctions are preventing ordinary so a scathing new report by human rights watch says the u.s. sanctions are preventing ordinary iranians from getting access to life so. even
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medicine. radians from getting at excess than lifesaving medicine. very good evening thanks for joining us here this is r.t. international. good evening thanks for joining us here this is r.t. international. now a burgeoning eastern bromance or is it simply. now a burgeoning eastern bromance or is it simply a sharing of mutual interests russian president vladimir putin's been meeting with hungary's prime minister of the sharing of mutual interests russian president vladimir putin's been meeting with hungary's prime minister viktor orban to discuss regional affairs business and boosting relations between the country to orban to
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discuss regional affairs business and boosting relations between the countries let's get an update on what exactly was said from our correspondent. who was there let's get an update on what exactly was said from our correspondent. who was there in the past. to report back and also because in the past. report back and also any cause for concern for europe over what's been said. the concern for europe over what's been said. we'll get if the well. we'll get if the well if you look at hungary at russia at 1st class it seems that if you look at hungary at russia at 1st class it seems that it's impossible to compare or put these 2 together because all. it's impossible to compare or put these 2 together because on
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the one hand we have a very small european country that's part of the you and nato and of the one hand we have a very small european country that's part of the you and nato and of the other hand we have the world's biggest country that is in fact a g.o.p. the other hand we have the world's biggest country that is in fact a geopolitical adverse story of nato and the european union but the french political adverse serie of nato and the european union but the friendship between the 2 leaders president vladimir putin had plum minister viktor orban used ship between the 2 leaders president vladimir putin said problem it is to victor or bad you said the word abroad bads in fact yes some have referred to their relationship set the word abroad bads in fact yes some have referred to their relationships has brought bad they lead to a situation which has brought bad they lead to
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a situation when hungary in fact really is keen to go against the flow when hungary in fact really is keen to go against the flow the european union when it comes to their policies the european union when it comes to their policies this all lead to a situation when vladimir putin victor or bad at this pressure this all led to a situation when vladimir putin victor or bad at this press conference brought up exactly the same issues from a slightly different angle but it's called for this brought up exactly the same issues from a slightly different angle but still. if you look at the middle east for example butyl past one said they're still. if you look at the middle east for example butyl past one said the end to all the crises and words there because in that case all.
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to all the crises and words there because in that case all the issues and the troubles with migrants in europe and in this country hold the issues and the troubles with migrants in europe and in this country hopefully at that case they should disappear moscow's at the same fully at that case they should disappear moscow's at the same top an active broker and all these conflicts and number one goal is to wipe top an active broker and all these conflicts and number one goal is to wipe out terrorism as a whole and to make sure that none of these extremists the idea of terrorism as a whole and to make sure that none of these extremist ideas spread north so let's listen to what the 2 leaders have to say on that issue as spread north so let's listen to what the 2 leaders have to say that issues exactly.
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exactly. settlement in syria will be achieved through the work of the syrian constitutional committee to a settlement in syria will be achieved through the work of the syrian constitutional committee to which russia turkey and iran allies have contributed a lot in the framework of the committee russia turkey and iran allies have contributed a lot in the framework of the committee the government opposition and syria's civil society will manage directly without government opposition and syria's civil society will manage directly without foreign help work on constitutional reforms state construction and stable development of an help work on constitutional reforms state construction and stable development of the country it's important for hungry in the context of refugee processes and in the country it's important for hungry in the context of refugee processes and important for europe as a whole. hungry has interests in the middle east. for europe as
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a whole. hungry has interests in the middle east as well if these territories we civilize a lot of migrants will go to europe as well if these territories we civilize a lot of migrants will go to europe and they'll try to get there through hungry hungry has an interest in seeing everything settle down in the middle and they'll try to get there through hungry hungry has an interest in seeing everything settle down in the middle east and syria both for military and political points of view. middle east and syria both for military and political points of view. move it on to ukraine perhaps it might sound a bit surprising but moving on to ukraine perhaps it might sound a bit surprising but hungary does have a lot of concerns about the head gary an ethnic minority hungary does have a lot of concerns about the head gary an ethnic minority and the western part of the country there are more than 100 and the western part of the country there are
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more than 150000 ethnic garrett's there and there are a lot of issues that budapest 50000 ethnic garrett's there are there are a lot of issues that budapest sees this but at the same time it's widely know how big this but at the same time it's widely know how big is the russian speaking the ethnic russian population and east ukraine is the russian speaking the ethnic russian population and east ukraine and we know how difficult it is to end the war there but both leaders raid and we know how difficult it is to end the war there but both leaders are welcoming the attempts by the new government in ukraine and also are welcoming the attempts by the new government in ukraine and also by the russian government to somehow talk and start by. the russian government to
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somehow talk and start the peace process again and once again through the norm of the format of the peace process again and once again through the normandy for. the peace cooperation between the leaders of russia the peace cooperation between the leaders of russia ukraine germany and france when it comes to the energy issues . germany and france when it comes to the energy issues we do have to bear in mind that hungary imports most of its energy resources including you have to bear in mind that hungary imports most of its energy resources including all the gas from russia what beauty pest is really keen to do is to have all the gas from russia what beauty past is really keen to do is to have these imports. with the ways that these have these imports. with the ways that these natural
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resources are delivered to the country to have them diversified at the same time natural resources are delivered to the country to have them diversified at the same time that's why a russia is building the pipelines we can name the north stream too that's why a russia is building the pipelines we can name the north stream too and by the way denmark has just agreed to build the final stage of that pipe and by the way denmark has just agreed to build the final stage of that pipeline through its territorial waters we've heard about the turkish stream as well. through its territorial waters we've heard about the turkish stream as well as something that may be extended further into europe through hungary that is something that may be extended further into europe through hungry i could say that it's in the interest of these 2 countries and we heard that from the leaders once again. i could say
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that it's the address of these 2 countries and we heard that from the leaders once again to diversify these ways to get the russian natural reason to diversify these ways to get the russian natural resources to europe now when it comes to the relationships between they'd sources to europe now when it comes to the relationships between nato and russia between be russia victor or bad once again made it clear what russia between be russia victor or bad once again made it clear that he wants his country to become this tiny bridge that that he wants his country to become this tiny bridge that could potentially finally lead to some kind of improvement when it comes could potentially finally lead to some kind of improvement when it comes to the difficulties between these parties.
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to the difficulties between these parties. of course hungry is a member of nato and the e.u. and it will remain there but of course hungry is a member of nato and the e.u. and it will remain there but it doesn't exclude cooperation with russia including a political levels hungary is in doesn't exclude cooperation with russia including a political levels hungary is interested in improving relations between nato and russia where we have this political and historic expressed it improving relations between nato and russia where we have this political and historic experience and the relations between western and eastern europe a strain hungry loses experience and the relations between western and eastern europe a strain hungry loses it for the relations a good hungry is also a winner. whether that plaids for the relations a good hungry is also a winner. whether that.
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whether this plan will work or not we're going to find out the bugs are years to whether this plan will work or not we're going to find out the bugs are years to. but it seems as the leaders of russia and hungry are. but it seems as the leaders of russia and hungry are going to give up try they've been meeting regularly at least once a year in the past give up try they've been meeting regularly at least once a year in the past and they want to continue with the same pace many thanks for that update and they want to continue with the same pace many thanks for that they live from budapest that silly patrik. live from budapest that's really pathetic. ok let's turn our attention to the u.k. now where a public inquiry has released a report into ok let's turn our attention to the u.k.
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now where a public inquiry has released a report into the deadly 2017 grand found tower fire investigators have singled out the deadly 2017 graham found tower fire investigators have singled out the london fire brigade handling of the disaster seemingly putting a large part of the blame on the felt the london fire brigade handling of the disaster seemingly putting a large part of the blame on the 1st responders i'm critical of many aspects of the n f p's resource responders i'm critical of many aspects of the n f p's response there was no contingency plan for evacuation of the time and it was there was no contingency plan for evacuation of the time and the end of the failed to revoke the stay put to advise the time when the failed to revoke the stay put to advise the time when the remained possible. i did done so could have been saved as remained possible. i did done so could have been saved.
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there was a lack of effective communication between the contrast. there was a lack of effective communication between the control room and the incident commander i consider that these represent significant bone room and the incident commander i consider that these represent significant systemic failings in the organization of the n f p systemic failings in the organization of the n f p and some of those who lost loved ones in not trying today already calling for a total overhaul of the funds and some of those who lost loved ones in not trying today already calling for a total overhaul of the fire service. put in the only under fire brigade was. going to the fire brigade which was false and professional could also be you know it was false and professional could also be you know it would. be you know to put
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in for me and quit to do. you know anything for me. to do the other what it called the old rule of the service is. what it called the old rule of the service. take the. stand. take. it on. you for your. usual pull them on. you for your. usual pull them out with you. now the reporting question concluded the 5 for. now the reporting question concluded the firefighters preparation and planning was quote gravely inadequate and went on to describe this preparation and planning was
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quote gravely inadequate and went on to describe this failure as surprising given that fires of this kind it happened before steve white souse that this failure was surprising given that fires of this kind it happened before steve white souse the union organizer for the london fire brigade believes that although there were failings he says on the part of the fire fight the union organizer for the london fire brigade believes that although there were failings he says on the part of the firefighters many of those have been caused by government policies we agree is many of those have been caused by government policies. we agree with many of the criticisms of the systemic failures with many of the criticisms of the systemic failures within the london fire brigade 72 people died in the fire in the community quite in the london fire brigade 72 people died in the fire and the community quite rightly want answers to all of the questions about the emergency response by all rightly want answers to all of the questions about the emergency
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response by our beastly senior officers within those structures are going to have to ask questions of the bristly senior officers within those structures are going to have to ask questions of themselves and be asked questions about the role in the system that failed to prepare people for selves and be asked questions about the role in the system that failed to prepare people for that but that's not just the current commissioner questions need to be asked of previous to that but that's not just the current commissioner questions need to be asked of previous commissioners of the london fire brigade questions need to be asked of boris johnson who when you commissioners of the london fire brigade questions need to be asked of boris johnson who when he was mayor of london oversaw personally the cuts to 10 london fast i was mayor of london oversaw personally the cuts to 10 london fire stations the blaze that ripped through the ground for high rise on the. the blaze that
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ripped through the ground for high rise on the 14th of june in 2017 left more than 70 people dead and the 14th of june in 2017 left more than 70 people dead and raising public debates over lax fire regulations in social housing in the wind raising public debate over lax fire regulations in social housing in the wake of that fire some including the labor party leader jeremy corbyn highlighted government deregulation of that fire some including the labor party leader jeremy corbyn highlighted government deregulation and austerity policies as being major contributing factors that led to the tragedy met and austerity policies as big major contributing factors that led to the tragedy many experts in the field of housing of also pointed to the fact highly flammable material was used as insulation experts in the field of housing of also pointed to the fact highly flammable material was used as insulation seawater game believes the inquiry should take a closer look at those in authority in action again believes the inquiry should take
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a closer look at those in authority in action contributed to the tragedy. level the contributed to the tragedy. till they leveled the same scrutiny at how intensely flammable material was fixed to the scrutiny at how intensely flammable material was fixed to the outside of the building in who made those decisions who made those the season saw in that of the building who made those decisions who made those decisions in local government and in central government and govern the ground and it's central to the government and the background to the refurbishments. that people are looking for in which breeds that people are looking for won't be delivered far far as did not cause the fire of our forefathers and far far as did not cause the fire of our forefathers
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and not responsible for fixing a from a well built from all material on the outside of the not responsible for fixing a flammable bill from all material on the outside of the tower prosecution should be at the people that cause the bill the tower prosecution should be at the people that cause the building to be in such an unsafe condition in the for the 1st place this is from them from the maids make incidents all these of the fall for the safety systems that already exist i'm just reading the example stored in the building so the referring to the referred for bush which meant that left. us. human rights watch has released the skates. human rights watch has released a scathing report on u.s. sanctions on iran it says that they are hindering access to health care thing report on u.s.
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sanctions on iran it says that they are hindering access to health care for the people of iran and that's the spot washington's assurances ordinary people would not be targeted to the people of iran and that's the spot washington's assurances all. people would not be targeted. trumpet ministration officials claim they stand with the iranian people but. trumpet ministration officials claim they stand with the iranian people but the overbroad and bertie some u.s. sanctions regime is harming iranians try to health overbroad and dirty some u.s. sanctions regime is harming iranians try to health including access to life saving meds since leaving iranians who have rare or complicated diseases including access to lifesaving met since leaving iranians who have rare or complicated diseases unable to get the medicine and treatment they require or the so-called max unable to get the medicine and treatment they require or the so-called maximum pressure campaign is intended to put banks and foreign companies off dealing with a round sum and pressure campaign is intended to put banks and foreign companies
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off dealing with these sanctions will force them to donald trump and quit the nuclear deal with the country last year runs the sanctions were forth a donald trump and quit the nuclear deal with the country last year runs noncompliance and financing of terrorist organizations they were cited as being the key on compliance and financing of terrorist organizations they were cited as being the key reasons behind the decision since then sanctions have been expanded several times and they see reasons behind the decision since then sanctions have been expanded several times and it seems that the us leadership knows to what extent people are being affected it seems that the us leadership knows to what extent people are being affected. we are not doing this to hurt the people of iran we are doing this so that iran stops there we are not doing this to hurt the people of iran we are doing this so that iran stops their bad activities we will continue to ramp up more more more things are much more if it is we will continue to ramp up
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more more more things are much worse for the iranian people and we're convinced that when leaders lead the iranian people to rise up for the iranian people and we're convinced that will lead the iranian people to rise up and change the behavior of the regime. but the sanctions include exemption change the behavior of the regime. but the sanctions include exemptions for food and medicine in the latest move last friday washington declared iran a quote as for food medicine in the latest move last friday washington declared iran a quote country of primary money laundering concern therefore foreign governments will have to submit dick country of primary money laundering concern therefore foreign governments will have to submit detailed reports on humanitarian exports to iran which is aimed at preventing money and he told reports on humanitarian exports to iran which is aimed at preventing money ended up in the wrong hands critics say that the u.s. is trying to stop the e use mechanism called in the wrong hands critics say that the u.s.
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is trying to stop the e use mechanism called instax from bypassing sanctions human rights watch communications an advocacy directs from bypassing sanctions human rights watch communications an advocacy director says that in practice exam sectors have been scared off. to says that in practice exam sectors have been scared off. the mix of human sanctions and aggressive u.s. rhetoric has little incredibly difficult mix of human sanctions and aggressive u.s. rhetoric has little incredibly difficult to get down and companies to carry out transactions of exam to to get down and companies to carry out transactions of exam to. and in fact the sanctions and if we had an environment of what we call with europe and in fact the sanctions and or if we had an environment of what we call compliance which means that companies and banks that used to carry out you will legitimate all the compliance which means that companies and banks that used
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to carry out you can legitimately military and transfers to iran just because they're worried about the risk of sanctions transfers to iran just because they're worried about the risk of sanctions on them so we're currently functions. you were sanctions regime so we're currently functions. the u.s. sanctions regime has a very serious consequences for many of the iranians right to health especially has a very serious consequences for many of the iranians right to health especially rans with rio diseases this includes people who came here at blip sealing readings with rio diseases this includes people who came here at blip see and also individuals with injuries resulting from the exposure to chemical weapons during he and also individuals with injuries resulting from the exposure to chemical weapons during the iran iraq war all of those cannot get the treatment they need and as in the rhetoric on the iran iraq war all of those cannot get the treatment they need
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and as a direct consequence of the way the sections regime functions the administration continues to claim of this as it once of the way the sections regime functions the administration continues to claim that the sanctions are not directed at the people of iran however on several occasions elections are not directed at the people of iran however on several occasions a u.s. army the visuals have said that they are aware of the harm however it happened to action u.s. army the visuals and said that they are aware of the harm however it happened to action as is the harbor as well international. as is the harbor as well international. weight loss surgery may be a good option for some severely obese children weight loss surgery may be a good option for some severely obese children under the age of 13 according to the american academy of pediatrics is recent course under the age of 13 according to
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the american academy of pediatrics this recent court suggests an operation is more effective than changing what you eat just an operation is more effective than changing what you eat. current evidence suggests that pediatric patients with severe obesity are likely to achieve it clearly current evidence suggests that pediatric patients with severe obesity are likely to achieve a clinically significant and sustained weight reduction in lifestyle based weight management programs actually significant and sustained weight reduction in lifestyle based weight management programs and that watchful waiting may lead to higher body mass index and more could more be conditions and that watchful waiting may lead to higher body mass index and more could more be conditions. the us 30 should be cities getting more widespread among adolescents. the us 30 should be cities getting more widespread among adolescents in the country nearly 5000000 u.s. children and teens are severely overweight that's now in the country nearly 5000000
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u.s. children and teens are severely overweight that's nearly twice as many as 20 years ago meanwhile surgery rates to treat the problem have truly twice as many as 20 years ago meanwhile surgery rates to treat the problem have tripled among children . first spring in dog pulled among children. first spring in dr and author steven gundry pleasure to have you on stephen a fun this is utter and author stephen gundry pleasure to have you on stephen a fun this is absolutely stunning story is this not a really really radical procedure to have absurdly stunning story is this not a really really radical procedure to have a surgical operation on a child rather than then just eating less surgical operation on a child rather than then just eating less of the wrong foods and doing a bit more exercise as i assure you that's what most people would normally do the wrong foods and doing
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a bit more exercise as i assure you that's what most people would normally do. yeah this is absolutely the wrong way. yeah this is absolutely the wrong way to treat obesity you can't fix a behavior a to treat obesity you can't fix a behavior with surgery and i'm a surgeon and i don't know 1st hand or with surgery and i'm a surgeon and i ought to know 1st hand that surgery is not the answer for most things i actually that surgery is not the answer for most things i actually had quit a very famous heart surgery practice to teach billy had quit a very famous heart surgery practice to teach people how to eat and i had a large number of children who were brought to people how to eat and i had
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a large number of children who were brought to me with morbid obesity and diabetes as children and me with morbid obesity and diabetes as children and we've been very successful in teaching them and their parents and we've been very successful in teaching them and their parents that there are certain food. in our. that there are certain food. in our. making them obese and sim these sorts of foods are pranking them obese. and sim these sorts of foods are processed foods away from them the cereals the bread the cookies the crossest foods away from them the cereals the bread the cookies the crackers the soft drinks the juices and the fruit crackers the soft
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drinks the juices and the fruit dramatically decreases these kids were. their diet dramatically decreases these kids were. at their diet this is not a surgical problem i would i can understand this is not a surgical problem i would i can understand and you know it makes total sense they're saying that the people behind this report is saying that this is if they're not you know it makes total sense they're saying that the people behind this report are saying that this is effective you know it's more effective than the dieting but it is obviously going to be a quick act if you know it's more effective than the dieting but it is obviously going to be a quick fix and i would have thought that they'd come you know some serious medical risks with having surgery fix i would have thought that they'd come you know some serious medical risks with having surgery well not only are there risks with having the surgery well not only are there risks with having the surgery but if you look
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long term follow up with gastric bypass patients jury but if you look long term follow up with gastric bypass patients and i have a number of them that i follow in my clinic most of them end up and i have a number of them that i follow in my clinic most of them end up in my clinic because they regain the weight that they lost from this in my clinic because they regain the weight that they lost from the surgery additionally most of these people unfortunately surgery additionally most of these people unfortunately are not told that. they're going to be in multi are not told that they're going to be in multiple vitamins specifically the b. vitamins and they have to spend the rest of the vitamins specifically the b.
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vitamins and they have to spend the rest of our lives having to compensate for this operation and some of our lives having to compensate for this operation so just the quick fix is not a long term solution for just the quick fix is not a long term solution for not only the kids that have this operation but also most adults who have this or not only the kids that have this operation but also most adults who have this operation and another thing that strikes me you know just the layman i have to separate. and another thing that strikes me you know just a layman i have to say if an adult has an operation like this any kind of operation you know that the body is pretty much. if an adult has an operation like this any kind of operation you know that the body is pretty much the form does not going to change too much in order to quit right when they have an operation you kind of know it's formed is not going to change too much or not
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a quick break when they have an operation you kind of know what the result is going to be able to thaw as a child the body still got so much change to go through what the result is going to be able to thaw as a child the body still got so much change to go through doesn't that complicate things. well again. doesn't that complicate things. well again the body at any age is actually capable of changing dramatically the body at any age is actually capable of changing dramatically we've we've seen people in their seventy's and eighty's who we've we've seen people in their seventy's and eighty's who had heart disease or diabetes or severe arthritis and who had heart disease or diabetes or severe arthritis and those conditions reverse even an advanced age which has been and those conditions reverse even an
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advanced stage which has been really i'm one of my motivations for doing this for the last 20 years it really mean one of my motivations for doing this for the last 20 years it is never too late to make. changes because it is never too late to make. changes because he is constantly changing constantly replacing old cells there he is constantly changing constantly replacing old cells that are lousy with new cells if you do good materials it's a lousy with new cells if you do good materials it and instead of trying to put duct tape patch things up we can build brand instead of trying to put duct tape and patch things up we can build brand new cells with high quality material. to give you an example with 2 new cells with high quality material. to give you an example
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with children we know that show. who these children we know that show. who these have large amounts of heavy metals and pesticides in them have large amounts of heavy metals and pesticides in them and just 2 weeks of having these children eating organic vegetables and just 2 weeks of having these children eating organic vegetable diet most of the pollutants most of the pesticides and diet most of the pollutants most of the pesticides most of the heavy metals are already out of their body with just 2 weeks of them most of the heavy metals are already out of their body with just 2 weeks of an organic vegetable diet now that's remarkable that really did organic vegetable diet now
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that's remarkable that i really do appreciate the message for never too late to make some positive changes for the ref to wrap it up i really appreciate your time stephen dr author stephen gundry appreciate it messes for never too late to make some positive changes for the ref to wrap it up i really appreciate your time stephen dr author stephen gundry. thanks for. the harassment of 4 african acts for. the harassment of 4 african-american school girls in new jersey has raised the issue of racism yet again but this time in a whole new form american school girls in new jersey has raised the issue of racism yet again but this time in a whole new form 2 young men allegedly used racial slurs against girls and even you related to young men allegedly used racial slurs against girls and even you're related on one of them a new york times journalist believes that the boys were acting american white because the spin on one of them a new york times journalist believes that the boys were in acting american
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whiteness despite the fact that they themselves were of indian descent. but the fact that they themselves were of indian descent. in the interest even in new jersey denson harry 10. of the people of the pep boys to this part of the city so of the salt but this does not alter what may or to this it were that many were bitter to dissipate it in their day was passed or pretend to spend they dustin and the acting was patton and thus selecting whiteness in a very traditional way as in a very to no way in what the 11 i have been taking america and none there were no matter where you or your parents or you from your parent is after never act on thing is until now back to black ness and tabs and dish and should dish really acting out and terribly terribly that this has meant as an act meant any mcknight might so want so on twitter of course didn't agree with this perception of
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whiteness wasting no time in denouncing twitter of course didn't agree with this perception of whiteness wasting no time in denouncing the news but what would they say to a claim that grammar is also an example of why it's a news outlet but what would they say to a claim that grammar is also an example of white supremacy. a privacy. we are all limp. we are all implicated in white supremacies this is because white supremacist systems lycos located in white supremacies this is because white supremacist systems like all systems reproduce
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themselves as a matter of course this includes reproduction of distances reproduce themselves as a matter of course this includes reproduction of dominant white middle class monolingual standards for literacy and communication dominant white middle class monolingual standards for literacy and communication. grading is a great way to protect the white property of literacy in school. grading is a great way to protect the white property of literacy in schools and maintain the white supremacist status quo without ever being weisel rose and maintain the white supremacist status quo without ever being white supremacist or mentioning race. supremacist or mentioning race.
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we draw it out best. we draw it out past school out into the world in various places that intolerance to diversity in out into the world in various places that intolerance to diversity that intolerance to other kinds of standards other ways of seeing things other ways of life. to other kinds of standards other ways and see. things other ways that languages me quite literally intolerance to other people and so it will lead to killing me quite literally intolerance to other people and so it will lead to killing people thank you thank
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i was but i see online people hiring was what i see online or what people hire me for it's usually western food it's usually european so when you do finally see for it's usually you western food it's usually european so when you do finally see something that's like indian or asian of some sort there are things that are added in order to be something that's like indian or asian of some sort there are
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things that are added in order to emphasize its culture whereas that doesn't exist for italian food or french food or anything besides its culture whereas that doesn't exist for italian food or french food or anything like that was. because it's like i was. because it's going so well because it's got to this level of ridiculousness with food science going so well because it's gotten to this level of every day q. . snus with food science with grammar as it seems to be like a dying animal in its death throes of grammar as it seems to be like a dying animal in its death throes that they are just trying to go as absurd and ridiculous as possible so i think that we they are just trying to go as absurd and ridiculous as possible so i think we could be sitting and writing i have more sleep in a few years i think we are waiting it could be sitting and writing i have more sleep in a few years i think we are winning against this nonsense and that's why they're going
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to such desperate lank because against this nonsense and that's why they're going to such desperate lank because they are just trying to see what will stick now they are really full ayling about and they are just trying to see what will stick now they are really full ayling about and throwing up the most absurd accusations because i think they know they are losing and throwing up the most absurd accusations because i think they know they're losing. the u.k. setting for an early pre-christian general. the u.k. setting for an early pre-christian general election palm and finally gave his backing to prime minister barak's don't his repeated requests to go election palm and finally gave his backing to prime minister barak still says repeated requests to go to the come to the vote will take place on december 12th all jews i am peace voted in go to the come to the vote will take place on december 12th all jews am
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peace voted in favor of johnson snap elections bill and opposition amendments to hold the vote 3 days earlier that would favor johnson snap elections bill and opposition amendments to hold the vote 3 days earlier that was rejected by the labor party to finally back the government's bit after a no deal regs it's rejected the labor party can finally back the government's bit after a no deal regs it's a no it was officially taken off the table. the funny pushes budget deal 1st and how it was officially taken off the table. finally pushes brigley deal through parliament after the election although we quiz brit sister whether they think intellectual is parliament after the election although we quiz brit sister whether they think intellectual actually solve anything. probably assured and it's about time that i'm sure but i reckon we solve anything. probably assured and it's about time that i'm sure but i reckon the remain is going to try enough to try and stop and extend it i can't understand. the remain is going to try enough to try and stop an extent but i can't understand how it's going to because i think the focus will
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be so much on the brick fit that the other issues that concern everyone. take how it's going to because i think the focus will be so much on the bricks hit that the other issues that concern everyone might not be. taken care of adequately think you can give a whole month to the government i think in care of adequately think you can give a whole mind it to the government i think the prime minister's come in he's had his hands quite tied back she's delivered some incredible think new prime ministers come in he's had his hands quite tied back she's delivered some incredible things actually water with those constraints so yeah i think you know it was actually water with those constraints so yeah i think you know equal to their message to the public they can make a decision and then parliament can eat can go out there message the public they can make a decision and then parliament can move on the moment is now
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a. natural move on the moment is now a. natural. people has no business going on in the city. people has no business going on in the city. they needed decisions so the country moving a bit. they needed decisions so the country moving a bit. earlier the officially approved the brig's it deadline extension until jan earlier the officially approved the brig's it deadline extension until january 31st but the european council president. would be the one you're a 31st but the european council president said it would be the last handed out by the bloc probably extension breaks johnson's promise to leave us handed out by the bloc probably extension breaks johnson's promise to leave by the hollowing deadline
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some experts believe such is the level of dissatisfaction the halloween deadline some experts believe such is the level of dissatisfaction with all parties in parliament would likely make predicting who will win pretty difficult is mark garnett profession with all parties in parliament would likely make predicting who will win pretty difficult is mark garnett professor of u.k. politics at lancaster university. lesser of u.k. politics at lancaster university. if you believe the opinion polls the conservative party is almost certain to win over opinion polls the conservative party is almost certain to win an overall so the largest number of seats but that doesn't necessarily mean that overall majority will so the largest number of seats but that doesn't necessarily mean an overall majority and i think that more important thing is that the 1000000000 polls are guessing and i think that more important thing is that the 1000000000 polls are guessing. look at refining their methodology as much
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they like but this is the most difficult let show they look at refine their methodology as much they like but this is the most difficult election to call it in live lifetime notice because he didn't call it in my lifetime notice because the voting patterns simply with an electorate which is seat in with this hidden switching patterns is simply with an electorate which is seat in with this hidden talent really with virtually all of the parties that's the kind of thing that's got talent really with virtually all of the parties that's the kind of thing that the kind of situation in which it really is very difficult to predict the parties have the situation in which it really is very difficult to predict the parties have to generate enthusiasm all their troops to get them out to vote at a time to rid the troops generates enthusiasm all the troops to get them out to
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vote at a time to rid the troops a very disconcerting state and really frankly baffled by what's been going on for the last 3 years very discontented and really frankly baffled by what's been going on for the last 3 years. donald trump's pick for the new ambassador to. donald trump's pick for the new ambassador to russia has faced a confirmation hearing in congress current deputy secretary of state john russia has faced a confirmation hearing in congress current deputy secretary of state john joseph sullivan would replace jon huntsman who has been criticized for failing to improve and joseph sullivan would replace john huntsman who has been criticized for failing to improve relations with moscow auntie's than hawkins' explains john sullivan is of course the detonations of moscow parties than hawkins explains. john sullivan is of course the deputy secretary of state a position he's held since 2017 briefly acting to the secretary of state a position he's held since 2017 briefly acting secretary of state in between the
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firing of rex tillerson an appointment of my pump. secretary of state in between the firing of rex tillerson an appointment of my composer who he still apparently very close to now of course has been nominated as a bastard and to russia. very close to now of course he's been nominated as a bastard to russia he does have a reputation already for being a vocal kremlin critic back at his confirmation he does have a reputation already for being a vocal kremlin critic back at his confirmation hearing years ago he was scathing about russia's role in the crimean crisis of our nation hearing 2 years ago he was scathing about russia's role in the crimean crisis about those allegations of russian interference at the time stating that a robust response was required allegations of russian interference at the time stating that a robust response was required with everything the us is the spose all of that was very much confirm to date and with everything the u.s. is the spose all of that was very much confirm to day that the hard line starts as
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once again he stated he will be relentless in confronting russia that hard line starts as once again he stated he will be relentless in confronting russia. on what he described as its hybrid campaign against. on what he described as its hybrid campaign against the united states. this is an ongoing campaign by the russian carve the united states. this is an ongoing campaign by the russian government we look if you would in terms of election milestones they view it as an ongoing i mean we look if you would in terms of election milestones they view what is an ongoing hybrid campaign against the united states in the view as. an impoverished campaign against the united states in the view as. an implacable adversary of theirs and they are unfortunately become an adversary force placable adversary of theirs and they are unfortunately become an adversary of force and
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there was some hope for constructive dialogue he did of the importance of talking to russia namely other was some hope for constructive dialogue he did of the importance of talking to russia namely on arms control renegotiating the start treaty which of course expires in 2020 of all arms control renegotiating the start treaty which of course expires in 2021 as well as bringing russia to the table on key international matters the korean putting one as well as bringing russia to the table on key international matters the korean peninsula denuclearization and of course resolving conflicts in syria and afghanistan that was all. and of course resolving conflicts in syria and afghanistan that was all thrown out the window slightly in his next statement when he said that one of his priorities would be able thrown out the window slightly in his next statement when he said that one of his priorities would be opposing the construction of the nord stream to gas pipeline quite symbolic given it's just posing the construction of the nord stream to gas pipeline quite symbolic given it's just a day but that. is the game really
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a lot of the green to go right which is the structured with and that's part of the get the last part and he did describe that as not as nothing and nothing more than that a war that a political lever. that top priority that we have had has been opposition to nordstrom to top priority that we have had has been opposition to nordstrom to its creation of dependency to control and now has its creation of dependency to control and now having made ukraine dipping in that 2nd completing that 2nd pipeline in maybe ukraine dipping in that 2nd completing the. 2nd pipeline is going to provide a huge wear for well as jon huntsman jr leaves is going to provide a huge wear for well as jon huntsman jr leaves his role as u.s.
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ambassador to russia and leave. us a from. the kick sleeves of our sort of largely failed to kick start any sort of positive reproach me with the moscow john someone is in coming as a positive reproach me with the moscow john someone is in coming for some of those talking points you mention with russia internationally at least are already on the mend of some of those talking points you mention with russia internationally or at least are already on the mend we are seeing positive progress but his rhetoric on those bilateral relations between the u.s. and russia we are seeing positive progress but his rhetoric on those bilateral relations between the u.s. and russia the accusations of interference the wrecking of their energy policies etc will only make it harder the accusations of interference the wrecking of their energy policies etc will only make it harder to have any sort of positive restarting of relations which are already of course to have any sort of positive restarting of relations which are already of course at
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a pretty much all time low. ok where the time is official but i will be back at a pretty much all time low. ok where the time is official but i will be back with more for you see you in half an hour. with more for you see you in half an hour. all across the middle east and beyond there are large scale protests. all across the middle east and beyond there are large scale protests and growing political instability in many countries the old ways of doing business and growing political instability in many countries the old ways of doing business only in rich
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