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tv   The Stream 2019 Ep 34  Al Jazeera  February 28, 2019 7:32am-8:01am +03

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there's no culture. for his part christian lotzen doesn't believe that whaling damages tourism he says the number of tourists has risen from under five hundred thousand in two thousand and ten to over two million last year. what is to say i say it's due to the way did you think it's due to really why not people are interested to come and see and taste with me they don't get it anywhere in the world and they're saying the wailing is affecting the tourist industry some of these people. know this is going on average says. farmer likes to see you know you like the whales to. i'm sure there will be some people who say that you don't yeah i don't care less about that i've been
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vaccinated for that for a long time go this you call it japanese plague it's. so different from the you know. like this one here this is the only i guess it's better to use this for from the only one for. i. love the above to do that i want to take over i woke up. and now i'll. they just take a slice in the sky and i'll. see shepherds sees it and he whaling campaign as its
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most important mission the head of the ngos u.k. branch rob reed has arrived to reinforce the message. is not acceptable. for one man or company to make its money from in killing of an endangered species the organization has tried to stop lofts and from whaling for thirty two years. is good then fine mosquitoes sunk silly him or see how. it takes him to do going to. change. if i didn't have a credit limit on the bottom off my bottle going to object to and figure out that they're going to when i shook the. sample change. i actually see this is quite a a proud achievements in seizure of his history. yes devival is there and
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that's for good reason that in that this is a company killing the second largest well on the planet is. christian you know looking at those two books over there does it annoy you what happened yeah it's. kind of vandalism is there a new around you know we've been sure the games to go for rides a long time paved the baby. but it's not quite that you up the list and again. yes i suppose it is vandalism and vandalism happened at the wedding station but i was a long time ago in a different set of circumstances and that's not the campaign we've running today. to apprise this kind of wailing in austin. over the ships in the world should be like these to. rust your wife got motivate you. know is as the everything movement i call and they don't want anything very
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good fishing. deer hunting you name it they would argue that they are fighting a nonviolent fight against you know animal cruelty or the extinction of animals that's what they say. if these. terror. people are going to take the law in that hunts you know you have a problem. usually christian lofts and explodes over ninety percent of the whale meat to japan but protests and restrictions mean that no one will transport the meat. and these guys are just genius of the shipping industry made just powered for i do think that they hadn't made plants they have made in their home you. know we just kind of both know. for sure his his stuff and i think. he may be. possibly proud of the whiting.
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i think he has seen and genuinely likes being infamous he likes being my son's arrive. at a long haul i want to roll. down odds most son has allies. stefan own father son is the head chef at three and from iceland's only restaurant that serves finn well. this is how we get the whale and this size of boxes it's fifteen the number here and i'm a lover not three you can eat it's like so see me and eat it like roast beef the roast that will be deployed will come first the. this is. a big deal there are the pieces the restaurant sells almost two tons of it yeah and
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that's controversial. stefan and his restaurant are the object of international protests. do you get like hate mail from the council to take me sometimes to petition or something just because politely that's all the people who live they'd be in the center of london or middle of manhattan and they don't have this. contact the relationship with nature. here is a part of a way testicle dog. also sells while. we brew with the sheep dung small way of testicles he's brewery makes four hundred thousand a year twenty thousand a mate with whale. i would say it's. medium dark. and
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with a smoky taste a special kind of smoky taste because because of the sheep dung and a bit of a meaty finish. when you cook the beer you put it here in and boil it for quite a long time one testicle is like this in size maybe seven to ten kilos. this is something i wouldn't want to carry. with me you need to see your little bit no it's fine leave it in the spears old to be in the craziest feel in the world all right it's always here. yeah well we're way past the blue smoke his sheep dung. and you go first. and then actually very good very good and. i don't know if i can hear that but i don't know i'm not that terry you can tell. we have got
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a lot of threats from people especially outside of iceland it's all kinds of threats for example why not use your own testicles in a beer. we actually specifically looked up this place to try to find a place that actually had whale a pretty much over to myself to try. to actually delicious kind of salty i didn't expect it to be red color like that but it's a. very tender. and sustainable ways we're facing and we can do whatever we want to to keep a balance in the oceans but we don't have to have some. forest just to tell us how to run our fishing. so thanks for tuning guys and we'll keep you updated ok guy so what you can see here
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is what's left of endangered fin whale number one three one. was brought in this morning a half a seven by kovalainen. so as you can see they've removed the majority of the meat. sea shepherd has one hundred thirty nine thousand followers on facebook. many watch online one images a posted life. even though i hate it and i hate seeing it. gotta suck it up and get on with that. other people need to see. other people can see what's going on we won the icelandic government to have an idea of how many people around the world are actually bearing witness to the atrocities that happen in your front of you. have gone on to see ship of. home page baseball page and this is actually the
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lifestream when they have right now. what do you think of them doing that i don't cave unless i'm yeah like their minds are getting hasty. you don't believe that no enough of them. they're standing right up there yet a fight you want to go talk to no i have nothing to talk to both. of which i told why you're keen on these people you ask me every other questions about them and what you must be one of them i'm starting to see for them but i'm sure you and i hope you know this yet if you get i mean just because you mention a man every other second like vision you have right there top of the board right now i am because they all right you know right here yet they are the example of the opposition against you yeah i told you i meant it i don't care much about it. as long as you don't stand front aleister property and things like that so we need
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you to use the links and the addresses that you find attached to our live streams e-mail the prime minister of iceland actually discuss them is actually barbaric. these are tears coward you know when you face them there they say yes. and that has been your. you approach doing during all these confrontations that have been with these various groups why don't bow of course. you're waiting for them. and have days here karen come of has documented fifteen whales being cut top. off towards she goes to her cottage on the beach it's kind of tranquil and you know when you get the sun on you is it's just a peaceful. even here she called to scape christian lofts and because her landlord
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worked for him at the wailing station what did you do what was until i was did everything so when you had. it like this if it where it's. good it will get you how big i think the latter i have to last the. whole month it's a symbol to all go and sell them along vegans so i couldn't imagine. the way i want to save the wife when children come with us and just explain what all the buttons on. their rib the rib and so this is so insane i think because it looks like a tree stump doesn't that the landlord placed whalebones on the beach as. this is just a possible what. is that. off to the season the government will decide if enough since permit will be renewed
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that can determine his future as a well catcha. do you think that you'll get. we tend to start a campaign. keep going on it even if we have to take breaks occasionally for years we'll come back to it some will keep going until that issue is resolved we all of course will feel. options on ways to continue or even escalate this campaign. what could make this stuff. is they go to the funny and we of course had thought that the i do and for how long do you think you'll continue to a poor. belly of this month the oss london government announced that
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a maximum of two hundred nine from wales and two hundred seventeen minky wales can be killed each year between twenty eighteen and twenty twenty five it's said the new coaches are sustainable and based on scientific research. the fact. the smallest corpus on the planet money could soon be lost by alpha puts an international team of scientists is the time and not to let that happen without intervention to give the key i would say year two at best now it's a race against time to try and face a species like a crisis that's in the meshes he plans to stave off extinction techno on al-jazeera . leah and her husband gavin were sleeping when four teenagers broke
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down the back the teenagers just scribed as being of african appearance still on the run before all of this happened i wasn't scared out of black people or people of color or. whatever the focus on african gang crime began in march twenty sixth seen when violence broke out at the moon the festival at federation square in the center of melbourne to gird service of african young people coming together and no one there was a far cry gathered because my rolling always feel like some of it was because the place become involved only start of choice and they just tables and that crowd already been in the media at the top of a lot of political pressure. these people to commit crime can do single race whole human gets blamed for the actions of the few. to people have to pay sites i have to feel sayf side there's a lot of perception issues i think that we need to deal with this well africa's most populous nation the bloodiest economy has a youth unemployment problem in
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a con man. and he's a cheat donald trump's former lawyer tells congress of hush money and threats as he takes aim at the man he wants. president trump is half a world away in vietnam will his second summit with north korea's leader yield more concrete results and fast. accusations from both sides as india and pakistan continue their classes over the disputed kashmir region and we speak with the venezuelan soldiers imprisoned for their opposition to the regime. who once said he'd take a bullet for donald trump has fired his own salvo at the u.s. president michael cohen has spent hours testifying before a congressional committee the hearing wrapped up a short time ago it was a day a month by he said pauses and even by washington standards will be live there in
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a moment but she had her tansey begins our coverage. as expected michael curran explicitly links donald trump to his conviction for campaign finance violations the president of the united states thus wrote a personal check for the payment of hush money as part of a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws in so doing could also that's the connection between the president's jr in connection with a criminal conspiracy to which is pleaded guilty. to the president's conduct he's a racist he's a con man. and he's a cheat. what was unexpected is curt also discussed issues related to the russia investigation although he made clear he had no direct evidence of collusion first but the lobbyist roger stone had informed trump that wiki leaks a told him that they would release e-mails damaging to hillary clinton during the twenty sixteen presidential campaign mr trump responded by stating to the effect would that be
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great prosecutors allege russia supplied wiki leaks with those emails we kill leaks denies that and also says no conversation with stone took place but that it had publicly announced that publication was imminent either way trump has denied for knowledge karen also said he suspects trump knew that a trump tower meeting would take place with russian nationals about getting damaging information on clinton during the campaign and alleged that trump lied throughout the campaign about his attempts to build a trump tower in moscow and that the president's lawyers signed off on polls congressional testimony about those negotiations you need to know mr trump personal lawyers reviewed and edited my statement to congress about the timing of the moscow tower negotiations before i gave it to be clear mr trump knew of and directed the trump moscow negotiations throughout the campaign and lied about it. he lied about it because he never expected to win cohen also made this tantalizing
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statement is there any other wrongdoing or illegal act that you are aware of regarding donald trump that we haven't yet discussed today yes and again those are part of the investigation that's currently being looked at by the southern district of new york there are also allegations about tax fraud on ford on the part of donald trump's charitable foundation this would have made uncomfortable viewing for the president if as was reported he was watching in vietnam even of the whole problem denies all the allegations shepparton see al-jazeera washington. well the republican representatives in the cohen hearing mainly focused on his lack of credibility right in front of this committee you can't conflict your testimony sir europe at the latch the logical liar you don't know truth from from true from false would are you know you have right now to present hate my time i asked for and i
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asked her with a plan i ask you a question i'll ask for an answer. for more let's go is al jazeera and washington d.c. clearly wasn't mincing as webb's today what kind of reaction if we seem to his testimony on capitol hill. well you know towards the end of the hearing it actually got emotional in the michael cohen seem to be tearing up the democrat in charge of the committee allies you coming in saying that this is not normal the country has to get back to some sort of normalcy and this could be the first step saying that this is something people are going to be talking about the history of the trumpet in the situation in two hundred years the most remarkable thing to watch the republicans almost all of them only one really didn't see do this really try to attack michael cohen they didn't want to hear anything they had he had to say about potential crimes committed by the president or they really just went after his credibility one after the other now one of the most striking things i heard was from a larger comment in the hearing is over he talked to reporters and he was asked
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specifically do you believe the president of the united states donald trump committed a crime while in office while living in the white house while working out of the oval office and he said well i do believe he did this all goes back to the fact that michael cohen had that that thirty five thousand dollars check he says he's got a lemon in total that he will share with the congress signed by the president that he says is reimbursement for money paid to quiet the pornography star use of her affair before the election that is a crime according to prosecutors who have charged and cohen has already pled guilty to that is a campaign finance violation so this is the president of the united states an unindicted coconspirator in a federal court and now we have democrats flat out saying the president committed a crime well in office has he what implications if any might cohen's testimony have on the ongoing investigations into president trump and his campaign i mean he's set
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to testify again tomorrow in a closed session in front of the house intelligence committee. well and i think it was very interesting we didn't think they'd talk about russia potential russia collusion it all in this here in they did sort of skirt the issue on it but we didn't really hear anything that went into special counsel for claims that he's looking into possibly the president struck the justice or his campaign colluding with russians to interfere in the election so they talked a little bit about it but we didn't get anything really new out of that the newest thing was that he was asked was asked did you have communications with the white house people in the white house after the f.b.i. raided your office and said i can't talk about that because that is what prosecutors in new york are looking at into potential other crimes that we just haven't heard about up until this point so i think that they're going to see congress very carefully try to not make any public statements that could interfere with the investigation and there are a lot of investigations we're not just talking about the southern district of new
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york we're talking about the new york attorney general's office the d.c. attorney general's office and this is just the beginning i think of what you're going to see congress do they laid out the case today with cohen who else knew where's the evidence how do we get it so. congressman cummings made clear this isn't the end this is just the beginning everyone close to trump is going to probably brought before that committee put on television and said tell us the truth . patty i'm interested in what you believe cohen's motivation is and speaking to the committee with impassioned testimony he was subpoenaed but he was also a man who said he'd take a bullet for his boss. well he actually did come voluntarily the committee asked him to come he put it off three separate times or three separate committees you know and that's the core question here that people i think have to determine themselves are still watching this hearing and this was must see t.v. throughout the country unlike many parts of the world do you believe michael cohen republicans they do not they think that they try to paint his motivation as to get
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a book deal when he gets out of the democrats tried to paint him in a very sympathetic light with once to change once to try and save the country and himself tried to stress that he said at the end of the testimony that he is legitimately worried that if donald trump does not win reelection in twenty twenty the first time that there will not be a peaceful transfer of power in the united states so that's a pretty stark warning from somebody who was so close to president trump and keep in mind the walls were closing in. now five or six of the key people close to the president they fled guilty or been found guilty of crimes cohen though took a different tact the f.b.i. raided his offices in this home and then he started cooperating he spent more than seventy hours at the special counsel cooperated with the new york attorneys that are looking into other aspects of the president's business i think one of the most striking things that we heard today was after the testimony wore on one of the
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questions was you know the president never read instance tax returns he's the first candidate for president to not do that about forty years he said at the time is because his taxes were under all of it well cohen came out and said the president told him he didn't want to publicly released taxes because then all these think tanks would go through it and that in fact would trigger an audit making it seem like the president potentially lied about his taxes being under audit so this hearing has brought up a whole slew of additional ways that the. and other investigators to look into the president the result is that he inflated his property worse than it deflated it to avoid paying taxes all of these are potential legal pitfalls for the president his family his corporation out of there is patty callahan watching all those developments for us on capitol hill thank you patty well pakistan's prime minister imran khan has called for talks with india after the nuclear powers shut down each other's fighter jets in the disputed kashmir region pakistan says it downed two indian jets and captured one of the pilots india claims to have shot down one
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pakistani aircraft imran khan reports from islamabad. what caused this indian fighter jet to crash is disputed between these two nuclear armed rivals but it was evidence that pakistan and india were confronting each other in the skies above the borders and it prompted this appeal from pakistan's prime minister to india's leader nur interim ot. sort of one year but we decided to take action today we only wanted to show india that we're able to and if you come into our land we will always retaliate to indian jets across the border and they were shot down i will say the pilots are with us the problem is where do we go from here. but hear me tell you that the pakistani air force says it shot down two indian warplanes after they crossed into its territory in the disputed region of kashmir one crashed in the district of goma. bellamy our hearts are not hurt firstly we need to clear the
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rubble and then deal with the injured after that the air force technical team will come and investigate what happened as of now we found two bodies. initially the indian government said its plane was down because of a technical fault. the pilot is missing in action. our plane. he is in custody. yeah that's it any tension in this volatile region increased after a suicide bomb attack killed at least forty indian security personnel two weeks ago the pakistan based on group jaish e mohammad claimed responsibility on tuesday the indian air force carried out strikes close to the border of pakistan and pakistan administered kashmir the indian and pakistan governments have competing narratives about what's happening in the region analysts say the situation has the potential to escalate into full scale .


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