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tv   Inside Story 2018 Ep 207  Al Jazeera  July 26, 2018 8:32pm-9:01pm +03

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this is something we don't want we don't want to do anymore because it would actually just ruin the joy of winning the war cap eric who are sure reading of her the german f.a.a. the dia be handled this because they at one point said we need an explanation they already had an explanation but it didn't seem to get any traction with them. well the dia of beers made the mistake just before the world cup did start. after the pictures were published with the other go on. do not forget the other guy. there was a press meeting in preparation of the world cup and they asked the grand to talk to the press people of germany and he did it and never the less than that in the first match after that the people in the stadium there were shouting on going no on and there there didn't like his appearance now for germany who is ill didn't talk to the press he didn't talk at all until last sunday and that was
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a big mistake the be should have forced him to give at least this a small statement why he has done this picture at this point of the year was missed they are the ground so they missed it and now they belong to the group of the losers ok let's pause for a second and take a closer look at how prevalent racism is in football in june after sweden's defeat at the world cup swedish player jimmy dumas was criticized for his performance and racially abused on social media earlier this year belgian mishi but should we who was playing for the german club or is your daughter on during a europa league game and italy was subjected to racist monkey chants from atalanta fans in january jefferson the colombian central midfielder who plays for spain's levante says he was abused on the pitch by a still to be good striker and leon balogun and both players for local german teams
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said they were abused by some fans during the warm up before a domestic game use of cannily in ankara how is this being not reported in turkey how how is this being perceived in turkey is there any question in turkey that this is racism. yes and by and large there is a over as an acronym and. in all the end pro-government circles it media which is the government is getting less and there's any out. there this is the races who. acted in a manner defending it's not his national honor this is the general perception. as i said it his own power to place the photograph where he were to state a date after him remove the. photograph it from the colors and instead put of what put down shaking hands. this has become
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a national sentiment but don't forget this decision or this move came immediately after the enter supriyo where germany is it i mean even the chancellor merkel said they are committed that there was a problem in germany regarding treatment ordered by juries order for readers eric last if we just broadness for a second we live in a time particularly in the context of europe of identity politics we now have to face up to reality we live in a time as well of identity sport where people want to mislabel or relabel individual players and then say the worst things that you can say about somebody. well i think we have the same opinion about upcoming racism and the strong right wings in every almost every country in europe and that germany has the same
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problem ten years ago when there were guys like kid you are originally from to nisha who is ill from turkey or board whose father is from ghana that was not a problem you have idiots in the stadium everywhere when they see dark guys and they do not belong to their own team they shout on them and they do this monkey sound and something like that but is getting stronger now as in general in the society racism and the red wing are getting stronger everywhere. do is in brussels why is football getting more and more therefore politicised is it just that it's so incredibly popular and you've got that blend of lots of money and lots of good players you know finding their way around the world because they say come to europe on a good deal they get the passports but they don't deserve what this individual was
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on the receiving end of. that's actually a good question because it's quite paradoxal if you take the ultras in the stance they claim for non political football and as the clubs has become multi-national companies they also don't want football to be involved with politics i though is like any of us are values like fighting homophobia i have fighting racism fighting and system it isn't that the thing is. the players have become. products and they tend to to be to become more and more neutral and the fact that some political incidents occur that time might reassure us that they are still humans and that football is still a human game and know no matter home home much money is involved you cannot take the feelings out of
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a human being and you cannot. yet also take a take of the. the fights he he he he wants to make in order to to represent his roots or to represent his personality and that's the same for everyone which is in involved in football every class of it has been along a long ongoing campaign get wrist kick racism out of football that's been the what ten fifteen years now if you're right and there's more racism in the game do we need to go back to basics on this because clearly the get racism out of the game campaign it's not working. well if you think of the world cup in russia many people before the world cup they said oh russia they have problems with home or for b. and something like that they don't like black people we didn't see that you're in the world cup so you can't say it was not successful but in many cities where you
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have social problems i mean paris is a good example berlin is another example. in many cities like that the people go to the stadium and they want to live out their emotions and if they read every day in the newspapers or watch television and they get anxious about the foreign people there they will let their emotions out then and the stadium and that's how racism works in the brains of the people you see in ankara is that how politics works in the brains of the people to pick up that phrase there from eric who you are because if one has engaged at all when. playing. that's not football ok there's a game going on on the pitch but it's also tribalism it's about loyalty it's about politics and it's it's always a dog whistle match. our fortune of this reality will live on in their belongings
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or the identity of the people i mean how can you deny eight. how good how can he did night if a prisoner in our country in white suv or a cup of tea. in london. how can you say no if you are offered a photo portal to meet the president how can you say no will you like it or not it's difficult to say no particularly for our poll and our political soccer player how can he say no or if his program a. person of good is a dog because politics and the sports as you rightly said out in terror related to admit politicians are very much aware of the importance. of football in everyday life and they exploited to the maximum to get votes and they are indeed the whole affair around is ill is
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a. poor fish for some a more populous city to get over even the embargoes. imposed on him in the european. dinners big the campaign. and he tried to read as much people as possible through his thoughts political of the such deals i may dislike it yes but the. one tactical politics to exploit everything possible or to yours or to vote. the platform of you have to pass on the message erick we should perhaps just the sake of clarity restate what he said when this whole controversy blew up and he was on the receiving end of this racist abuse on various social media platforms he said look i went along out of respect for the office of the presidency not necessarily for the president himself he didn't go there out of respect or political support for the one his line is it was it was for
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the seal of the office eric if the german f.a. is to do something more to get round this issue or to destroy this issue because there is clearly question there are clearly questions to be asked here what can it do and would the german f.a. take him back. i know for sure not and i don't agree with the official opinion of me is that i mean he knew that he knew about the elections coming up in turkey and he knew of course that this picture would be public relations for ms they had a grand so never talk about just about the president we are talking about the president and ozil knew also that in germany many people don't like ms they are the graham and his politics he was talking about bring in turkey closer to europe in fact he did just the opposite thing so to the cows earth will i think
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he's gone he's gone for germany now he's gone for the national team and there will no comeback ever be june do as. he'll never make a comeback will world football come back from this is world football heading into a dark time when it comes to those those relationships between individual players the relationships between individual countries but i think it's just the beginning of the long story which never going to end actually it's not the first case won't be the last one. you have to make a difference between club football and nation of the team football which are two very different things i mean in the first case no matter where you come from no matter what you represent as long as you play correctly on the pitch for for the for the club when when it comes to the nation of the team. we're some
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players will always have a double identity and it all always depends of the people who they represent i mean here in western europe the fans are very attached to the to the shirt to to the crest and they're very keen on when they're really present tense to play for their country the country of the fans who cheer for them and in in that in that case. measure to zele and many other players all over the world we always have the rights to have two identities but they also have to understand then the fans don't understand when they give their hearts like there's a disease said to two countries because for them there is only one team one shot one nation ok we will have to leave it there gentlemen thank you very much thanks to our guest use of kindly eric glass and julian to us and thank you to you too for
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situation as far as we are aware votes are still being counted in this election but his party the p.t.i. seems to be doing well officially maybe the tally is something like fifty two seats having been won by the p.t.i. p.p.p. the other another major party ten seats this is the official tally. and then the pm l a n party the party of the now imprisoned former prime minister nawaz sharif is on seventeen year old might be ready now to be to speak let's go to miss anything that he has to say but i can see he's clearly preparing himself for something in this might be the moment of course he's been waiting for for a very long time. they
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should be no extra people here please. everybody please sit down. please everybody sit and the rest go out. ok in iran khan is taking his time this is one imagines a momentous
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a memento occasion getting him sell some more. listening and watching this with us is a correspondent who's also in this of about come all and come out what do we expect him and calm to actually say do we expect him to claim victory. really really claim victory what we are hearing and obviously we shall have to wait and see what he has to say but what i've heard so far is that he warned to a day in a olive branch to the nation. that they should come on board and help him form the government and let's wait and see what. view fully they said indeed a big moment for a moran he. put everything at stake for this particular election everybody knew it was a make or break situation for him because his party years north knew he had been struggling
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for many. is the moment that he's been waiting for. emraan khan of course has been very big on accountability here for all measures that he were to go ahead and we are today. that off to twenty two years of struggle. that started in one thousand eight hundred six and and call out has has taken me to bet that step and and god has been very kind that i had this dream in my mind and god has given me this opportunity to me to fulfill this stream. there was a phase and there was a struggle and this is the second phase that god has given me this opportunity. that those manifestos have been achieved. i had these
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manifestos twenty second twenty two years ago. i want to tell you that why did i come in politics into twenty two years. because the politics could not give anything at that time. if i had opted not to do anything i would have just. my life would have been really easy i thought that i have i will come into politics because i thought i thought that how our country was progressing when i was growing up. i have seen it myself that that pakistan this country went up and then it then it had a you know downfall i had the government system that in front of me that collapsed due to well you know corruption when i wanted pakistan to be such a country. like
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a like the leader of the region whatever he had thought about pakistan. election i have come into elections now. now now this is a history of the that this election has created a history people have have sector feist a lot of things there has been. you know terrorism going on. i have i have seen the people of baluchistan they have faced a lot of hurdles they have faced a lot of difficulties and like you know the people off ability ston have gone out i want to know i want to give all my blessings and i want to give the people of baluchistan that i'm really proud of them i have seen the scenes in the television i have seen the elderly people that the disabled people they left their houses in this heat and they went and they were and they cost us the votes. i want
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to salute all of them because they have actually made our democracy you know very strong. and we have seen that progress and the country will escalate and will make lots and lots of you know progress even though we have had not solved. and there has been many people who have been martyred by the suicide bombers there was a source cited attack. was martyred and so many of the killed. and after all this the selection process has been completed. i want to give my appreciation to the security forces because there was a risk to their lives i want to give every session to my members of my party. and they were i want to just appreciate my party members because there were ten
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people who had suicide threats. after all these hurdles we have just for these election and we have been successful in them and it. i just very briefly want to say this. that what kind of pakistan do i want to see where now we have stood here and what kind of pakistan. but my inspiration was always this that i would follow my. you know prophet muhammad who created you know medina and also there was humanity there and. there wasn't a bob was or wasn't. there but you mean and it was the first time that that that people acknowledged that right off for you know we dose of disabled people and there was also a stage there that. the prophet said that if our dog.
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died because of starvation i vill be responsible saw i have this inspiration that pakistan should be such a state where people know we should be getting a lot of you know the care and the and and all and all this you know. that people who are who are weak they are dying of starvation where the heart of the population is extremely for all they are extremely rich so i can't. and how can we say that this was a very great dream of pakistan and i will try and fulfill by the if god wills that all the policy this will be there. are going to uplift the poor people the evil lifts the laborers people the liberals who work all day they don't have
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money to feed their children are farmers who are very very poor sods who work all day at the whole year in the fields they get no money they can't afford to give us of by you know proper food to their children road and bit of so many children in pakistan's war have got so many. forty five percent of children. have not given opportunity to live and grow in this life there are two and a half but also of people who are out of school. so many children are not into education. and in. britain and also you know delivery for their men there is no care there it is the highest stranger in this country that dirty water because off drinking
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dirty water all the children get and by the if this will be my this will be my year you know that this is what i will focus on borlase is that all the policies will be developed that feed police on the lead will be focusing on human development the humans can be developed and i want that the whole sundry should be thinking about it and we shouldn't paint that this is the little. v. this is not the identity of a country where how the rich people live for the identity is that how do the poor people live their lives and no country can make. progress. where there are only very few people a very few island of rich people but don't all that the population is s'pore that country board never make progress we have seen china in china in putty years they have taken out says seventy dollars of people out of poverty. and also as
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a muslim what we see them again as a city all of the in and we follow the prophets. that was that was one of those bills he had said the principles for that state was on the subject so invention everybody was the same in sunday. this very day was humanity never met it was just just there and that's where our people used to get money from that rich and then give it to the poor. he taught us how what are the principles of this is stations and that's was the greatest civilization of the world and did and did those principles i will try my best. to focus on those principles. i want on this occasion today to tell you that the whole of pakistan should get united. i want to make it obvious. that any.


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