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rebels in libya to validate you a place with flowers and also to opposition truck was all shot down at all since. another stories this week a priest in finland faces racial hatred charges for speaking out against one of the world's most wanted terrorists on their website spreading this extremism. the next we discuss where consumerism and dependency on oil all the thing america we're going to be that's coming right. today archie is talking to peter joe's the activist and filmmaker he's the founder of the site. and has recently released his newest film. moving forward. peter thank you for joining us today for our viewers who may not be. very familiar
with it please briefly explain what is a case movement is what it's like a film series or regional first point out is my own creative expression and it carried over with an influence inspiration if you will to the zionist movement through a number of people that wanted to start being active in social change so as i post movement overall it is built upon the ideology of the venus project which is worth mentioning is the life work of iraq prescott what that means is that all of the work that he's done throughout his entire life has been engineered state of designs highly ideologies value orientations compiling ideas essential that made his intending with nature if you want to approach other problems in the world with think about it technically not think about a political party is not think about it through the acquisition of money or the movement of money it's time we just go straight to it because we understand it now science and. i say that people quite understand i mean i'm not talking about you know a esoteric view would have a term physical science of what it means to meet the needs of the human population
you often talk about the problems caused by our current monetary system how is it that by taking away money from the equation that you really think that we can eliminate the problems that scriabin disease it's not just take away the physical currency it's the entire system itself let's make sure that that's that's apparently clear abundantly clear when i talk about money i'm referring to the monetary structure of this. so start with crime ninety ninety five percent of all crimes are based on property in fact you know a guy will run out steal a car that's worth fifteen thousand dollars and get arrested and thrown in jail for possibly ten years at an expense of probably three hundred thousand dollars just given the car it's inefficient the entire crime and punishment so good people what they need and you'll begin to see that needs and wants start to divide we live in a culture based on wants we we create all these artificial wants people in their supply was it in three was the ideas of the nation today. they want to own and show
their property and status this is a concoction then there's needs on the other end of the spectrum these are true viable things and when people don't have their needs met crime emergency so crime is easily related to money i mean there's only a small percentage of really serious violent crimes and even many of those come from psychological illness and groceries and you can research the work of james gilligan they come from bad conditions and in a resource based economy that is a that is a very important issue let's not just be technical management of resources is understanding that the entire environment has to be low stress you also talk about our over reliance on fossil fuels and how this will eventually lead to a financial collapse what do you think that it will eventually take for us to start looking at our energy issues a lot differently i mean the gas have to be ten dollars a gallon if you're born into this system or talked about it into it you think the system is working yes ten dollar a gallon gas by being rude awakening it takes to get sighted to understand what's happening how overconsumption is affecting us in real time here in los angeles
we're dealing with high unemployment unprecedented hunger there's a really have to be this way because i think a lot of us over the years have grown to learn that there has to be some suffering in this world right catalyst free market system i don't believe is no hold up for that much longer i'm not a prophet but i think that it's going to show itself and people are going to begin to see that some trends would be more of the collapse of industrial civilization to put it very very very exaggeratedly if you will because we base everything on oil is a very terrifying idea i am not a doomsday theorist i'm simply looking at the statistics if we are adapting ourselves to renewables which we have plenty of the need to systems approach them to energize them and get them going to change the global infrastructure which we could easily do if there was an interest to do so again it's a technical phenomenon we don't need money to do it we just do it going to mean if that doesn't occur we're going to see very different. more wars we're going to see
extremely high gasoline going to huge profiteering subculture collapse a society will be met with a huge profiteering group that assuring all the interests that are the owners of the of the goods that are going scares me because scarcity equates to more profit and that's another thing i think people should understand as well there's no intrinsic interest is that in the whole society from the global universe and there isn't going to be as far as i'm concerned a legitimate economic recovery rocka see the heyday of the human species as far as i'm concerned it's over and tell radical shifts are made because of how important the hydrocarbon issue has been and again note no one's doing anything to counter what we need really is. happening project but for renewal energy research and without having to worry about limitations of corporations to get it done so to answer your question there's not going to be an economic recovery that people are expecting but he was many poor and middle class americans who contributed to the victory of our current president is their voice not being heard what does anyone
have a voice in this democracy because america doesn't matter how many how loud someone yells or how many letters they write to their congressmen or how much they complain very little can change what is set in motion by them the very nature of the political system to simple it so it's appointed dictatorship who wants or in power has very little anyone else any of us can do and since the entire thing is subservient to corporate interests through taxation and everything else you see that the political corporate interest in what john perkins calls the corporatocracy this is the phenomenon that exists so the public is always going to be given the short end of the stick and always has been since the divinity. nothing's really changed we live in advance from the feudalism and nothing more in the past you pointed out the dangers of our massive debt problem here in america do you think that this is an issue that's just impossible to resolve even with the massive austerity measures that are being proposed study measures or are abomination pleat atrocity against the general population is almost. but the problem is of the people
they cut natural process programs like n.p.r. they cut all the cut you know things like education these are the core attributes to become well you know why are they coming when obviously we're spending all i don't actually know europe or the world where is the logic with all of this in your film you talk about how robots will eventually between all the jobs that humans are doing to a certain extent that's already happening and robots are taking the jobs of thousands of people now this sounds like a bad thing to those workers that are losing these jobs now but you think that mechanisation will basically be a great thing. and want to go employment is manifest throughout time in every major of the labor chains that we've had as a civilization based on the knowledge of the cultural revolution the invention to be industrial revolution the invention of the power of machine large power machine to a kind of information age we have now where everyone is interacting with systems become
tradition of capitalism by some economic theory is that investigate this idea that we're displacing ourselves with mechanization mechanization that can create more can provide more of a yet reducing human purchasing power so what you have is the more we mechanize less jobs less money in circulation so how can an economy work it's starting to stifle itself because of this very phenomenon technologies work the. start of corporations feeling that they are buying the sofa so that the boys see it because they are a different paradigm now we can create abundance on this point i want to call accessible and so we can have vertical farms fully automated off the coast of los angeles but to produce all the organic food for all of los angeles you make the claim that our current socio economic system is just not working for people who agree with you or want to create change right away what suggestions do you have for them i mean that if the patterns continue themselves and trends. i see continue the
ignoring of the energy issues of ignoring the growing instability through society the kind of naivety of the general population think oh everything's going to be ok these things will coalesce into what i consider collapse and it's a multi-faceted very difficult thing to anticipate and it won't occur and some day you wake up one day and it was right around fire it will be a slow grind of more unemployment more extreme poverty more suffering death more wars by all means more basic social instability rationing of resources i say that people should boycott the major banks especially the banks that are part of the federal reserve cartel this is a corrupt financial institution that has a cartel a private things that everyone just seems to think it's ok people are beginning to realize that there are people in power that are preserving themselves and they really don't have a genuine interest in helping one but i do suggest people begin to be more conscious and try to find other sources of information i do enjoy r t independent
media more independent media get away from the dominant stations imagine years ago it when you lived in a society where all you had was a newspaper there was no television you know all you got was that newspaper front imagine how easy it was for people to control what people thought don't ever join the military support the people out of their respect because he would leave but i do my best and i speak to people going through i say get out but the perspective for the people that go into this i feel for the americans that have been forced i'm concerned coerced by the economic structure to get money for college and boom they're thrown into into this huge lead detrimental psychological environment shellshock everything and emerge that one one out of four veterans that commit suicide it is not in i believe our basic human development to just kill each other i think it really is a bad state of mind and causes more hurt anything else and the larger perspective geopolitically all it does is create animosity and he took all the money we spend on war and applied it super nubile energies reported to basically any. being social
we you could resolve that problem in a second to call the scientists that are currently developing weapons and put them on how to actually redesign a sustainable society again to be out as a carbon economy you have people actually utilize the interest of the well being of the planet soon species you can just simply made that decision sort of consciously trying to kill each other for whatever or whatever temporal purpose or resource geo political ally manner is whatever strategy of dominance happens to be the flavor of the month could just get away from that i wouldn't be much better off to put it frankly. when the news says not enough. when it's something really crucial. what you want to get down to brass tacks we bring you os special coverage here on
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this week a priest in finland faces racial hatred charges for speaking out against one of the world's most wanted terrorists let's start spreading extremism. with the sport now. and you from the sebastian vettel leading the formula one drawn prima laser at the moment it's still on the hof why but he does leaf lewis hamilton i'll give you an update in a few more minutes and also be taking a look at how for with chelsea manager down to tresco he's getting on coaching in the russian premier league and more. hello there you what she is sporting this is what is coming up over the next team in high flyers new boys class new doggo top of the russian premier league after one year when. holding is michael roy keeps itself on top of the leaderboard of
u.s. masters. who will be champion charles de mille number one most me ask the faces russian vesnina in the family's cool cup final. stop the football there and the russian football season couldn't go much better if the new boys cross nadar they are currently top of the table after that one zero win over. could reclaim top spot later today came into the imagine baten almost took the lead in the first half brazilian joyce you know keeping the bar with yourself however the midfield did provide after sixty eight minutes his corner turned in italy a place by sabin defending the beach to ensure the side left in fifth place to the summit meanwhile dropped the thing but also a really severe out of the methodist one of the season after like one time when i will lock my safe in defending and i georgevitch and messing with four minutes left korea moving away from the foot of the table to leapfrog loft i intend night. and
she i believe. one will win for them when you boys get banned managed by former chelsea defender sorry the pressure you go central for the left when it's seven minutes from time that they need to muscovites from third party into six one price the frying pan. and today a third straight win for senate would see them regain top spot as they host to scar most very well third place for all the guys ross stopped being currently for full price. thought that most guys who've won only one of that three matches well can reduce pullets tara. in an english premier league match the nineteen have gone ten points. at the top of the beating full and so you neil i don't trust the dimitar berbatov i mean after twelve minutes and antonio valencia quickly added a second united extended their lead over asked to have two games in hand just in state after from a new destroyed gave them victory over rock bottom again spurs keep up the pressure on man city for the last champions league spot with
a three two win over stoke and not a good day for sides fighting relegation will stay in the drop zone there along with west ham after they lost to everton in bolton respectively west brom moved away from the danger area days after coming from behind to beat sunderland three two one plant the tree won one with birmingham i wanted today and second place aswell could narrow the gap on united seven points if they went for the bottom blackpool then afterwards struggling aston villa will entertain newcastle. i saw garn cup finals will continue today to say without land coach. demanding his side perform better after losing the two one to salary friday's game style about take the lead in the first period vitale pushkin a machine has criticised his men for not playing is it all carrying out pre-planned tactics a one shining light for them to stop school or circular jacket netted again but in overtime acland very much the underdogs in these finals do or say andre yakking
with the winner of the sound about he's managed to be called today's match the second in this best of seven contests is akin to the series switches that. just must go. go for northern ireland rory mcilroy will take a four shot lead into the final round of the us masters four plays a tie for second while a poor day for tiger woods saw him slump to seven shots off the pace but michael i wasn't having it all is own way is the only two shot later i was called back by a strange way some day i even stole the at rightly. with this beautiful breaking part but they eventually fell away and would end up sharing second place on a sunday joining him there this page a choice he was pretty handy with a part of himself and a compare and shelf also tied for second place while tiger woods couldn't reproduce the fall that saw him climb up to third on friday problems on the greens again so
him carded two over par and of seventy four in a six in ninety seven shots back in front is rory mcilroy comfortable for short cushion for him going into sunday's final round the twenty one year old with every chance of becoming the first orangeman to win or guster he's led from the off and was looking very much in control after his two hundred round of seventy. i was just thinking about it you know trying to finish off their own really well to to get to really good shots in the last two will be nice to all the part. i'm happy with where with where everything's right you know i felt as if i handled you know my emotions really well there today and your book just keep it up tomorrow also a big day coming up for russian tennis player. she's made it through to the final of the family circle open where she will face world number one caroline wozniacki. maybe three this is fine with her career after beating china's paying shot in the
semi by the russian maybe rank and side the world's top fifty but is playing the same sort of golf as the top seeds and carolina even just under two hands wrapped up a seven six six three victory and her opponent will be was nancy next she also had an easy win the top seeded becoming for mobile number one the leaning gang to be in a battle of equal service for three up in the first set but kept committing unforced errors at crucial moments she smashed the ball into the net at a set point than in the first i also hit long in the second to how most of the sixty six victory with anxiety to step away from the third. title of the season. have a great year so far i'm very pleased about the way that i have been playing and progressing in. action i think the n.b.a. would then they continue their good form they're already in the playoffs but didn't take their foot off the gas against minnesota one hundred thirty to one hundred six points their win for the nuggets i would try lawson scoring
a career high thirty seven points and he wasn't anyone could fall can you martin grabbing a missed bottle since before throwing down a vicious dunk while j.r. smith strong six three pointers but also most of the main man an unstoppable ninety one percent success rate three point nine five game during this convincing win at the pepsi center then that remains fifth in the western conference minnesota and iowa on a. losing streak. look elsewhere the san antonio spurs notched up their league leading sixty first victory of the season washington who seemed to move also one on the night but none of them will be paid into the belief. let's turn to one of the most famous horse races in the world ballard briggs when yesterday's grand national in england which saw his trainer dawn on the campaign continue his family's winning tradition adding sherry his father ginger trained three time winner red rum in the nineteen seventy said plenty of pedigree of courting to run ballad parades was
among the front runners at the halfway point his jockey jason wise started to write in clay over the final stages just ahead of oscar time to win by a couple of lengths last year when it don't push it was the state of play for ahead of me market out of forty courses and nineteen finish while chase suffered fatal injuries leading animal rights campaigners to again call for the race to be appalled. by only an unusual chito tone was held in the russian capital yesterday where members of the police spar brigade and the army took to the mat to wrestle for the armed forces european crown constant thing to talk of was that. killing the inaugural open team judah tournament was held in moscow in two thousand and seven and last year became the european championships the annual number of participants is increasing and this year policemen from sixteen countries flocking to the capital to wrestle in the timing of the denominator rina. they've.
been reading comics i think the same level i think it's. nice. judah plays a very important role in the training of farming and police personal because of the events that's encourage cooperation between police from different countries and to promote judyth as a sport but it's also dedicated to the memory of their colleagues who have died in the line of duty. it's a very significant tournament for us in many ways we commemorate all the policemen who have died on duty and some porn in terms of bringing up young judo followers that's why i think there should be more events like this and i hope we're moving in the right direction and will continue to hold this tournament and the policeman who run risks every day who are devote themselves to do their will to fish and i think that god ok and how quality enjoyed the dominance of the russian police i finished first and second i. am satisfied with the result we have a good team we've been performing together for several years and tonight will
produce a solid a famous that's why i went up. determined and i'm competitive as the participants have technical amateur but the tension in every boat is very high appealing to the spectators who probably ensure they deny my arena will be packed again next year i was a bit of a party. so just time to give you the latest from the malaysian grand prix red bull sebastian vettel he's hanging on to that lead after starting on pole i'm a clown lose hamilton is second vettel defending world champion trying to make it two wins from say after winning the race in a straight lead but it's still around twenty six laps to go so well i'm back with more bringing the results in our next bulletin into asked.