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i think i'm not sure i got hired to do because. because i wrote an article about there. about the year conditions of work since we did journalists have when they were going to israel by this time. and the year the journalists there they interviewed the very frank with me and they told me about different things going to good report to calm things than the good and the censorship that to be experienced in. their
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workplace with the material that was published two of the six journalists that the tired interview they retracted their statements so you see the. face you see. fall down you get something in the dam or you think i don't think long text or something i think i am somebody does an interview i am with you and then you're entirely open frank about it. and then after a while maybe you realize that this is going to be shown on television and your boss is going to see this and your mother is going to see this and then you know you start understanding the consequences it's not just a conversation between you and your friends but in reality i just unfold about it because i think to an extent. i made a very big mistake with them without article and the mistake that i did was that i was. hard to get a very journalistic very. typical journalistic work. about journalists and the
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standards for doing journalistic work about journalism has to be one hundred times higher because they were there. they were immediately you have backfired and they will start to criticizing what you do in a completely different way than if it's a regular person because regular person doesn't have the power. to say no. he's got busy t.v. and. there's a cable marked secret no four and that means that not even i like it states are allowed to read it and it's about the meeting between the u.s. ambassador and the curate is foreign minister and it goes like this. then besler and the curious foreign minister met that the investors residence midafternoon president bakiev that's the dictator that was kicked out of the revolution a few months ago told him that he was authorized to sign the agreement on the u.s.
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military base but the agreement must be kept secret the foreign minister said that he needed time to work with public opinion in the parliament before he could roll out a new agreement publicly. for our assistance in preparing the curious public opinion pacifically by placing articles in the local russian language press. maybe he was going to tell the man within to. thank. was
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were. was. was. but that was a good opportunity it will interest to cause less purpose and would cost us little for more about school and became help sell which unfortunately launched the field be impressed with segment so we're going to keep the screens but i want us well i was the immediate. yet the as a senator. you doesn't your. media. because it's not it's a second opinion piece missing you'll probably. see
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jill not definite there's a video that appropriate it is than it was and i got one this one. she chooses the parks for. that so i scored. more near. like the first which is spoken stuff. with story on the phone is for those who are her good discourse the what which a cynic. such and groups. notice the president meeting. you can you get yours is the best on that. there's a boy looks too. good at us to meet george w. waiter you know worries that opera for judith. meeting if you give it that simple question just check your bottom out in
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a you don't want to. keep. score are you sure are supposed to. do it but simply let them explain it a bit of some good rooster and internet is the money permission. of the view but you know when the nuclear video. it pushed the press would push thoughts out that fish stood on the view. t.v. for the t.v. praying it me getting it the sun being. a problem. if there is a national committee of the security discourse the thing is that some of them but i read up on by. the office the tip offs to which i would say is that a greater portion eastley kookie. process very limited uber because i just wish that the developer. is legal or she's been
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immune to the postings and reviews on this and we need to do it doesn't that will not as a professional opinion was a little slow both in law. school it was stuff that i do as a pick at that this was a visionary see if she could exceed c.s. than that unusual there's an artistic. security to. give up with just over two. thirds of the drugs in the d.c. . government ability doesn't could this much into this. give him a good berth. for the rest of the national. commission. more than. just good old bull the most that we will proceed.
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to into google due to. the. most law we discuss a while then use the will slew of could you see all to new ideas of think can still play. more the. price. is. i know your career darn no. national park area for membership anymore faction or not i don't. care how many cracks. here. do share there no measuring it is a new one on me so we need to do is we're going to continue to teach school one day mogens music lesson i will start. on my love for you to whatever it is you don't
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like to say to me some day if you look at a little. bit about your tone as it winds with your shoulders don't you think you play v.c. then you know what i. should to communicate. to my guard or cripple. you know for me it was over the cool clear. sort of us going through it with regard. to those i don't really it's. just really gotten. closer to. the city gate. and you. know. it's pretty it's you know this was a you know this is. going to see it was
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a we're going to get what you're going to get. here's a cable about the meeting that the u.s. ambassador has with the governor of missouri sharif here in northern afghanistan. and this is what the governor says. he let loose with a litany of complaints about the swedish presence in afghanistan he described the relationship to the swedish military has called saying that the only times that the swedish commanders visit or when they first arrive in the us are when they pay their fair local. learned it is fair criticism for the swedish media we claimed never bothered to talk to politicians or ordinary people during their visits to the military base and thus only heard positive accounts of its work instead of hearing the views of local residents. then the cable goes on about basically all other
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afghani politicians are asking that's where the lives of going to stop the centuries you're thinking why sweden hearing that. what it was he did it is that he's come home to say it's your. kids you know this is useful work is good. eek. hello is this the i never hear my name is your highness i'm just going through
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telephone number from. the swedish military base here in the us are sure if. we're just getting off now towards your office together we're going out. presentations. all right so overseers of. the there is enough kind of you know. i was just turning to the new book called. make up their. toast under six people they were in. and the police were not pleading the germans to go inside to come to earth. but i got some information from options and i said to myself as a couple. and it was really hard of them for me because everyone was calling me to help them i mean to point. out this is a very good starts it was very good it does not a good in terms of finding many but there were other times of alex because in terms
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of human or got killed it was really it was a song i was very angry it was sad. but in terms of the news it was for the first time the minimal comfort of an afghanistan list came in that time. but there were some done as they were coming in from london from b.b.c. from the scene and they were asking me that we need to hire you could they. go in from syria enough to live there. and then i was telling the truth i don't claim those who are paying me very well i was moved. so what do you do that you don't just throw them on the telephone what's happening on the telephone i was writing on the laptop and i was sent to him it. was worth more than ten to the most common owners. even three months not just for joe couple of days how much sand thousand dollars i mean you said by selling did you sell and pictures
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tags. on there with after that the food to this that i would have done through this guy had to keep. i was among the first. identified blather that is very lengthy and where they're going to go ahead and take their money you know they're going to have something. i think. we're going to go digital the price is the only industry specifically mention in the constitution and. that's because a free and open press is critical to our democracy correct albus. role. in fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and our crass cynical we've been hijacked lying handful of transnational corporations that will profit by destroying what our founding fathers
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once will just my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem to try rational debate and a real discussion critical issues facing are not defined ready to join the movement then walk away from the big picture. from one of port city of societies people international justice people rights women's rights truth good governance freedom of information peace democracy democracy i.w. p.r.i. to carp i didn't feel makes a difference. the greatest guarantor of freedom is truth we have been working to really examine jury duty in different parts of the world in
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different countries we are. looking for immediate work there in the context of somebody that would be interested in thinking and working we can examine here here and if you think this is something going to that you can work with then we would be willing to give into will that mean that his shirt was all in good hands and he gives the book what it was good. dealt the test would call these stories that real close of program or shift most of. the the problem is that he knows he's telling you space. it was a bit there. must use a cheat and there were a group of journalists who would. but let some people be in a plot against one of them could expose this he is
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a free man i said information agree with your printer to give you a letter but if you started it means that you will be the person that expressed any desire to do it and i needed you and then i would get information but you know you can only give in this because you are the one that control my router because i will be good because i can speak english when ever you want to be you can take the. police here and they will. keep me in business there is a really good living in this they are. problem by to tell you don't understand me now because i know you there are still living good you are like can you just drug i really care this is a bit i did they use is not going to go it was a lot and i would be upset because you know i make you. know business you may have to accept actually that he was a member of the k.g.b. . just say. ok then you do not know about was under their eyes i would put the signature on the paper and i could my it's called all
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cash for jars of i just never i know very well they give the gun to my brother who was persecuted in germany because he was critical of i do this but i don't give information or look for help to use as you say because he had all the things he came up with out of the book of this information to write back. ok enough yeah and i missed that. i think uncle that they are. hi julie and this is a nice afghan journalist based in the northern afghanistan. i just met you handsome today in the morning and simeon peter t. i said peace and that's not. the i didn't know that. how you were going to help the nation the that having access to this information would help me and enough can do this to disclose the face of war lords the faces
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of those who committed the crimes the face of those who committed genocide but later on when i knew that having this much else could be dangerous since afghanistan is a secure country and there is no guarantee for the life of a journalist therefore it made me a little bit impressed and it put me and it made me a little bit this just. therefore. i don't know how to deal with this material to they know these men to listen but important in order to help the journalists you know that in order to make able them to do their stories but having because all these documents are approved by having these documents they can do their stories and one of the most important thing for a journalist is that they're facing looking for proof and information always. and by the newest alone thinking how to deal with and.
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so. every day. the risk situation. in your country. can't be. beat. it except if. every experience. it's fifty eight years and they get it. every year i think it's. just it's going to. take. it's. very. yeah as far as i knew the. u.s.
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forces are more than our. army their numbers and that's something command i can say this is another united states. in terms of having forces. you know that they have access to everything to every mission to the afghani bureau and i'm sure there are some some information there are some. i mean by consistent reports that what really u.s. wants do they really wants to just to. just to continue this war in you know that you have it's porous profer. i'm sure if a group of journalists came together. we would be able to handle it otherwise with only me i'm sure it's difficult for. this not an easy job.
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so. here's a cable about the treatment of president. bush the son of president george bush sr it's called meeting with the president. to explore all directors including to die a bush the son of the forty first us president met with the president of turkmenistan. the purpose of the meeting was to explore for possible business opportunities in turkmenistan's oil sector they immediately recognized the emphasis of form over substance and turkmenistan they were both surprised and impressed by
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the rapid pace of construction in the capital. the oil directors works to build a more personal relationship with the turkmen officials in the hope that it will lead to some of the proposed projects the presidential meeting was featured on the front page of neutral turkmenistan newspaper in the following morning. this is the main office. building. a law for the most important newspaper in the country which has founded first on it by that but. i. don't know. i need to go on. but anything from it is not. really. weak and i think
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all of us. as speaking in case you may be a case in. although the money is going. here the least you. know so. yes. it was so simple both are locking. down the young people who will be so all the e.u. pushes. for the result you'll see. the soup was. sleazy through the system those. who fulfill each. pulls. his must reach their target of many of their benefits but bush was made here the national. economy is valid good luck shouldn't be conspiration you put somebody
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balls up with national t.v. getting enjoyed the question of what you would do that other vehicle does that is here with you which we do through group but you're going to the future of your. through life. with good. starfleet who. will feel studies good overseas consists of who buys history it will be used here will what is a suitable job but who doesn't look at least those negotiate you should be young but of georgia. who will do you know the rest of those you will see if you live through the ills that people do for the group of. people who. lives here or should. go to one.
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or two percent even fewer go to schools partly because of the risk is just. knows a lot of it is his own and yeah if you got off you should use it like there. are more than a certain extent if there is a. visitor here it is definitely a public records that they hope will see. him as it would at last a tremendous to ok you did it was for. sure screwed peachy keen. to keep the stuff we seem to see the gauge of the us we are going to get it but also that you would need us to get you to get me so he she still does stuff get into what i would be good for you that's not good i didn't mean you could do that then you probably keep us. because you know this was debate that it was going to do you did you need.
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to kind of shut people docs could witness not to move you must first switching over slaves or their young fellows the book of rules you give would not be able to be with reason you were small to see the full steam you. wrote we should have previously seen the sure mildred which. is in your rights or just words you can consent to if you think you would be to. give up the idea of the. cheap cute guy who can reason why him. but you know what he would. say he's going to be able models you can usually use to do with. the movie judy usually we use reminders to show us you would do us a lot to me i would get right to. the ends and she knew what those. geishas delusional spirit will be boys she. will shoot you some discipline she just stood
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well in the wonderful strong arm an ally should be making new policy faces i think you're right. a pleasure to have you with us here on t.v. today i'm researcher.
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