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visit. the troops police headquarters the interior ministry now saying. people killed in this violence. decade involving thousands of troops it's all in full swing just goes away from russia's border. joy. and the toll of war.
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just after one pm. international. joining us today ukraine's interior ministry now saying more than twenty people have been killed after the. local self-defense groups but the death toll. now the southeastern restive city in the rest of a. seven hundred klicks away from the capital it's been one of the hotbeds of antigovernment months. troops tried to storm the local police headquarters that was being held by the activists in the meantime locals were holding a victory day march right through. the crowd who rushed to the scene in a bid to stop the. a warning.
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you can hear the. fell to the ground. leaving another shot and a second man appears to be hit the bystanders rushed to help him as he lies on the ground right now from a different angle you can see the troops apparently firing at the people on the street and then. getting help from local ukrainian interior ministry claims. they were trying to local police. in the meantime one presidential candidate has called on everyone inside the building to be killed. for the rest of the protest.
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the troops. shooting at people the guys right there in the black uniforms believed to be from ukraine's national guard special units. protesters in the southeast. city hospital. so here in one of the hospitals in the city of mariupol which is today seen what looks to be the highest fatality nobody in the situation in eastern ukraine and starting with a large crowd turned out to commemorate victory ten thousand times into the city to peacefully we had parades his speeches at that time and completely unexpected ukrainian army into the city handed it to very quickly digital military vehicles and have records of them looking for buildings looking for cars as they need to discover building this into the city. that they committed
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a massacre in the city center civilians were caught up in this meat grinder locals who were taking part in a peaceful march there are lots of injured and dead i personally saw two people killed the city this government building has given and correct activists for around three weeks now not only that we didn't actually respond to interior minister also our corporate is the next stage it's counter-terrorism she. did we take it from the caribbean force out of the caribbean forces they took you to be encroaching on into the city to make that building we've seen fierce fighting between neighbors in the self-defense and ukrainian army to come building in what we did is reported to me which position snipers on the roof line down both in self-defense and to do that we do have in the figure of twenty fatalities how difficult to meet him and talk to fishermen and we'll figure since it's not since we did a nice fatality here in the situation used to be trying to discourage me as
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a civil war this is grim for the stability. and the camera man working for teens to video agency ruptly was one of the people wounded in mariel paul he was shot in the stomach despite wearing a bulletproof vest doctors say he's in critical but stable condition we did catch up with one man who stole the incident first hand he asked us to hide his identity for safety reasons us that the. your correspondent was showing the armed people in mass that he was unarmed trying to convince them that he was a journalist of the he was a member of the press and then he suddenly decided to run across the street we were on a shot was heard and he fell down. russia has now called on washington to urge kiev or to stop its military crackdown in ukraine's east meanwhile the interim ukrainian president has admitted that the military operation against anti-government protesters would have been more successful if quote it weren't for the tens of thousands of civilians supporting them but he still blamed all
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casualties on what he called pro russian militants as artie's guy nature can explains this stance continues to show that well the opposition and those in the army rather they have very strong outside support. we know that washington has key of us back but when key of forces used heavy weaponry and tanks in many open to storm a regional police headquarters where officers had refused to take orders from key if and when the forces then shot at civilians will flock to support the officers trapped in the building when it's all shot on camera for the world to see you would expect a little less fire as reaction from the u.s. state department but here is what we have we condemn the outbreak of violence caused by pro russia separatists this morning in my up pool which has resulted in multiple deaths it seems no matter how many people get killed as a result of what key of calls an anti-terrorist operation in the east of ukraine we won't hear a word of condemnation from washington instead whatever happens the u.s. blames key have called russian separatists many of them want to be part of ukraine
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but on their own terms but the u.s. has already painted a black and white picture of good versus evil in ukraine and there seems to be no room for all the callers one could only imagine what the reaction here in washington would have been had it been the ousted president viktor yanukovych on leashing tanks against civilians but now roles are reversed and we see a very different approach. if you can ukraine's southeast regions have been defying the drum government in kiev since the violent february. people have been occupying government buildings in over a dozen cities across the region trying to make their voices heard in the distant capital and what they've been calling for though is a federal system of rule that will give people in the region the right to choose their own government another issue is the economy the east makes up the lion share of ukraine's industry and as it stands that money goes to kiev which in the then decides how little to send buck but people want the region to control its own
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finances plus over eighty percent of people speak russian and many will not language to be recognized formally but control and defense of the foreign policy though that would still be dictated by key have. and with the ukrainian army apparently now shooting to kill in southeastern regions the support of the interim authorities in kiev for the military crackdown could leave the west rather red faced that's the view of former u.k. intelligence officer a child's shoe bridge when this kind of assault is mounted particularly by troops who only have shall we say heavy weapons on live ammunition i don't have seem to have rock control equipment plastic bullets and so on then civilian casualties and deaths almost inevitable that that would have been known by a careful thought says although there's been no of course as one would expect there's the no comments of condemnation about what's going on in mali offer them elsewhere from the us and e.u. governments number less some states this is going to become quite embarrassing for
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the government she was so supportive it's kind of odd action against lost and deniability is knowledge and consisting of ordinary people trying to push back against time. at least two people have died in a. building in. some of the photographs video from overnight two more people have reportedly been taken to the hospital the now been extinguished though it's not clear how it started. and identified through molotov cocktails at the building. between activists. and you can find all the very latest updates on the events in. southeast you've also got the full timeline of the country's ongoing crisis you can check it out. and just a few minutes here on the program we give you the details on. the
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. more than one hundred thousand. and. one. international. reporting. much more of the stories dominating today's global headlines it'll be after a very short. secret laboratory was able to build most sophisticated robots.
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razor that it's a battle started here the village down. with it was at the exact moment eleven in the morning when the first seven tanks appeared to. move fast battle ahead. of us soldiers. but they gave their lives for this land and they protected us. yes they took it over but sevastopol never surrendered there were no defenders left . so as the president said i stop all came back home and. it has russian roots and nobody can deny that it's right.
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good to have you with us here on r.t. international today troops and the hardware have massed in the baltic region where nato is carrying out its annual war games they've dubbed this time around the so-called spring storm and the drills in a stone that are right on russia's doorstep so the biggest since two thousand and three when they were first held six thousand troops taking part french cyber security team fighter jets a missile defense system from poland as well as a belgian anti aircraft unit they're all involved in this and these are the graphics we're bringing up right now beside me here might give you a bit of a clearer picture of the nato military buildup in eastern europe i was the ukraine crisis goes on dozens of fighter jets spy planes they're all there to make sure the alliance dominates the regional space international affairs commentator rick ross off he says the links between this show of force and the crisis in ukraine are abundantly clear. u.s.
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troops are stationed in most every former warsaw pact country outside of the soviet union and so of next year the u.s. and nato as a joint enterprise joint endeavor are going to place twenty four intermediate range standard missile three interceptor missiles in romania right across the black sea from russia with the prospect three years later. deploying a similar amount twenty four to be exact standard missile threes of a more advanced variety and ball so what we're talking about is both a very real military presence that poses a threat to non nato members in the neighborhood and those are in the first instance of course bellerose in russia but also it's a symbolic gesture to place u.s. military forces in countries bordering ukraine right now in bordering russia because what it suggests is that the u.s. is making a military commitment to defend its nato allies by making even a nominal deployment of military contingents to those countries and as attentions
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similar and ukraine their impact could be felt further afield one place in europe where the fuel costs could go through the roof. any increase would come through to the pumps pretty much straight away in just a few moments here in the international we look at what could happen to consumers in the u.k. if russia has a boil and gas industry is threatened with more sun and online fear right now a few clicks away at odd t. dog come many many stories that are going up every hour on the hour just a few clicks away. for now here on the program went on t.n.t. national with nato troops leaving afghanistan at the end of this year many are asking what's left behind for a nation rocked by more than a decade of conflict aside from continuing taliban attacks thousands of families have been displaced by years of violence and now forced to live in makeshift shelter as this report without sees lucie county.
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the sound of of ghana stand for hundreds of years. outlaws during the taliban's cruel regime. drowned out by war in recent decades. it's a folk song from the southern helmand province but he won't hear it in the village where these musicians are from they were forced to flee last month about one of the taliban controlled all villages now they use our houses as military bases and the government has an eye power in our area so what joyce did we have are the dog leave on the outskirts of kabul these narrow lanes and a crumbling mud structures are home to hundreds of dance displaced by war most are from the sangin district in helmand which remains one of the most dangerous places in all of a fantasist on ahmed arrived five years ago he doesn't expect to return the war
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isn't over if we go back we will be killed it's an internal war now and i don't see it ending up in the near future his youngest ones were born here two daughters died in an attack back home this tattered photocopy of their bodies is all that remains she was four years old she was too young to be lived through afghanistan's many horrors the soviet invasion civil war and the taleban three years ago and the airstrike that killed most of her family three generations under one roof now gone . on the ground there were taliban and in the skies where planes with bombs we lost everything to me there's no difference anymore between the americans the government or the taliban they all fight and we suffer they suffer here to the camp has no electricity sewage or running water most arrive with few belongings but jobs are scarce and so they remain destitute each winter freezing temperatures bring
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deaths. there's no money for firewood so this mother burns plastic bags. no money for a meal either it will be tea for dinner whatever aid that's handed out the use or sell it's never enough sleep offers little respite from the struggles of life they're safe from bombs here but not from painful memories like the loss of two sons it's impossible to forget such tourists i relieve them every night now in my dream i'm running away from the bones of my babies a still inside the house when it comes to find the bodies i can't sleep because of it none of us can sleep well at night a growing number of areas outside of kabul are becoming dangerous and aid groups say they're preparing for things to get worse international military forces during the course of the country so they're always doing so they need a reason and then the also rush on to explain to their population that while you
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know we believe the truth is that there is no such success story toward what we see is that the war will continue for the book or their son in the following month and you know more than one hundred thousand afghans were displaced in the last year alone forced to flee violence a growing taliban insurgency and economic uncertainty some of them have found refuge in camps like this one the war may be coming to an end for most international forces but there are too many afghans left wondering whether they'll be able to return home. for now this is where most will remain. this melody maybe an elegy to better times but it's also a testament to an unbroken spirit they've lost everything but not their hopes displaced but still determined to survive. you see café no farting problem you can see a more of lucy's report straight from afghanistan in the immediate days ahead right here on ars he answered. violent.
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drug. reports. these. twenty minutes past the hour here in the russian capital time for the now a cease fire agreement has been reached between the south sudanese president and the country's rebels after more than four months of ethnic conflict. both sides must stop hostilities and form a transitional government a previous accord it struck in january quickly with each side blaming the other for stoking tensions the violence has left thousands dead and over
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a million from their homes. a gun battle with militants outside the presidential palace in yemen's capital has left at least four soldiers dead shooting reportedly broke out off the gunman trying to force their way into the compound at the army's currently mounting a major offensive against al qaeda linked fighters on friday the country's defense minister narrowly escaped an assassination attempt when militants his motorcade. the philippines and the united states have launched military exercises in the south china sea all in all over five thousand troops are taking part and plan to go on for two weeks the drills come at a time of heightened tensions between china and several of its neighbors of the disputed sea borders. and to syria where hundreds of people from homes in western syria are finally returning home after rebels he walked by
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the city for more than three years were pushed out of the army has retaken control their remaining fighters left the city as part of a deal struck with the government of the drawn out conflict has left much of holmes in a total state of devastation. now as the crisis in ukraine goes on there are concerns the looming threat of wide ranging sanctions against russia may seriously push up the cost of worldwide oil fueled experts warn that the united kingdom reliance on russian supplies could be hit very hard is pretty boy. there will have to be other consequences and other costs and if you've got a car in the u.k. he's talking to us the country's main motoring organizations are warning that the situation in ukraine is going to push up the price of petrol fuel traders have already begun to buy up stocks to guard against being called out in the event of the situation worsening which automatically causes prices to increase due to
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a tightening in supply proportion of. heavy old product for conversion and is coming from russia. the reason why there is a certain amount of concern in the market place. priced in a. geopolitical tension in ukraine and between the russian and the predicted price hike is around five people that's an extra four pounds for a full tank and motorists in britain already pay sixty percent tax on fuel making driving him more expensive than in any other major economy so in a way all the forces are going up and i'm not sure if this is affecting the life that i believe is going to be in my control. what can you do that if mother nature i should take time so i thought i should but i tend to use any
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excuse they can to react very quickly to put prices up not just build up half the time down the cost as you can see here is thirty three point five three now with probably the increase that will dictate what costs will go up to thirty five dollars and that's just the timing of that so. the thing is though campaign is for lower petrol prices say in the case of ukraine there's little risk of an actual oil shortage so who. oh watts is moving the pump price says so if any disturbance happens there watch the speculators panic doom and gloom it's always happening right but we must find it and that's one of the problems because they actually address and the government should be listing to this by should be learning tax and they should also be putting some sort of control over actually all speculation and if the cost of a barrel of oil goes up any increase would come through to the pumps pretty much
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straight away any increase in the wholesale price they will have to pass on virtually immediately to the consumers and the effects go beyond the petrol station for course it would increase inflation because everything would be reflected in prices because of the high cost of fuel to the products we buy in the shops jobs will be lost small business especially especially medium sized companies their their costs will go up astronomically and that would actually impact on people being sacked there are real consequences and costs polyploid chaos he said. my colleague. and half an hour's time there for the mean time bringing you an update from the front line of what he calls the financial war sky is next on our to international and les you're in the u.k. thank you for watching if you are in all the action returns he's coming your way with going underground.
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ways if there is a little started here the village burned down. you would it was at the exact moment eleven in the morning when the first seven tanks appeared to. move freely in the first battle field. soldiers with. blood to give their lives for this land and. yes they took it over but sevastopol never surrendered there were no defenders left . so much the president said i stopped all came back home and.
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it has russian roots and nobody can deny that but it's eight. well it's been a lot of these. people. pleasure to have you with us here on t.v. today i'm sure.
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welcome to the kaiser report imax kaiser and the words of the famous stock speculator just a little more game of speculation is the most in a far away fascinating game in the world but it is not a game for the stupid the mentally lazy the person of inferior emotional balance or the get rich quick advance or they will die before. i know what you're thinking you're thinking that stupid and mentally lazy describes almost every single person you encounter at the office at home at school in the checkout line at the supermarket in the halls of congress every person you listen to on the radio watch on t.v. or read the newspaper or magazine yes we stupid mentally humans have chosen to live in a financial i suspect of casino economy and for that we will do our poorer states. well that's the problem with everybody turning to speculation for a living the bank must burst housing bubble of course this is the
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latest in the housing bubble here which is pushed by on the one hand by the treasury department here the o.e.c.d. is telling the bank of england that they must burst this housing bubble that one hand of government is is blowing up the other hand of government must push it down so they're trying to control what the how big and how movable the bubble is the bank of england should invoke new legal powers allowing it to reign in britain's booming housing market for the first time an influential international think tank i said would be house by should have to put down larger deposits and george osborne's help to buy scheme should be cut back the organization for economic cooperation and development said yes yes i like this idea about just a little more you know bring em into the conversation because he wrote this famous book the reminiscence of a stock operator back in the one nine hundred thirty s. which is read the bible for speculators who invented the idea of the modern speculator and the idea of the speculator the mindset of the speculator is to
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really go diametrically opposed to everything that would encompass the attributes of humanity so in other words to be successful speculator you must have as little empathy as possible and the point i think you're making here is that as. the global economy has become more financial eyes moved away from stuff to speculating on speculative contracts whether to riveted futures options the need for people with no. no empathy increases and this is why we've got a generation of artistically minded speculator kings who ruled the world economy at the expense of humanity before the one nine hundred eighty s. we humans in the west used to go out walk to a job now we're speculators and as the infamous jesse livermore who ended up
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killing himself by the way in a hotel in new york city thinking he was impoverished but he had five million dollars to his name learned is how much that is in today's money but where it turned into speculators but were mentally a lazy and stupid not only is our education getting worse by the way and not only are we mentally lazy watching things like britain's got talent and x. factor and all these things we really we are too lazy most people because we're so busy you know paying off our debts and just keeping those interest payments going all mentally lazy in the eyes of the speculator i'm sure third row who wrote on walden pond would posit that this was in fact not being mentally lazy but being in touch with one's humanity so what one man's mental laziness is another man's spiritual revelation this is what's lacking in
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today's financial eyes world is any contact at all with a spiritual self a spiritual being a spiritual life and we owe a lot of those who are the speculator kings who by definition like apathy that's why. american for america's foreign policy of course is to just invade and shoot first and then ask questions later yeah well ok i one hand we do have those who lack empathy we've talked about that thousands of times those on wall street those making a billion dollars a year there were ten guys in america that made more than a billion dollars last year as hedge fund managers those are the professional speculators however the three hundred thirty million other americans the sixty million brits that is also what they're trying to do speculating on housing market they do not have the same lack of empathy that those who are professionals do have and yet they're being told this is your future this is what you should do
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be a stock market speculator be a housing market speculator and yet they don't have the the basically the insider trading available to them they don't have high frequency trading available they also are too emotional you can see that on twitter people are freaking out about everything they're shrieking they love so many people around the world the syrians the libyans the they want to go rescue everybody well you can't have that sort of mentality and be a successful stock market operator a successful housing market speculator the housing market speculator here in the u.k. that's driven this enormous historic bubble i can sum up their current position in one word unhedged the things that that's the difference for saying a professional speculator and an amateur speculator the amateur speculator being in this housing market driving up these prices to these bubble licious levels they are on hedged so when the bubble pops they will lose it all the professional speculator like a blackstone group who was there buying properties all cash and fully hedged if they
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all these properties were to collapse in value their exposure on their portfolio would be maybe one or two percent not one hundred forty percent one hundred thirty percent well blackstone is buying all other people's cash not their own. most mom and pops are using their own money and their future their pension funds this is what i'm going to show you why jessie livermore said they will all die poor pension cash won't solve looming interest only mortgage crisis there's an interest only mortgage crisis ahead with hundreds of thousands of people having no way to repay their loans when they fall due in the next few years from twenty seven thousand an estimated forty thousand interest only mortgages held by barr was age sixty five and over will mature every year this is in the u.k. now the average person with this mortgage interest only mortgage reckons that they only will owe twenty two thousand pounds what the bank of england the financial conduct authority says is actually they're more likely to over fifty thousand
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pounds from their own data so they're underestimating how much still owe by fifty percent and yet their pensions which they plan on plundering remember the bank of george osborne is allowing them to plunder their own pension funds soon well those how old on average thirty six thousand eight hundred pounds well that brings up another fallacy of the amateur speculator that we see in the case housing bubble and that it plays into behavioral economics in this case it's confirmation bias is that is the issue they underestimate their debt because to take an honest look at their true debt would be too frightening so they simply concoct a delusionary view of their debt so when it finally comes due they are in shock and then they have nowhere to go because their own heads in the policy of the banking kleptocratic class that runs the country is just simply cut these people off like
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a bad cancerous tumor and just say you speculated you went bust we're going to just pull you off the grid and good luck well they're stupid or mentally lazy and that's why the average pension fund is currently worth thirty six thousand eight hundred pounds. third lesson the average interest only debt figure that means that those thinking of using their retirement savings to pay off their mortgage will have to think again but of course they won't think again because they're mentally lazy and the and the chancellor will have to come up with new schemes to encourage a bigger bubble so that their mentally lazy thoughts before hand who will be paid off again they're mentally lazy and the view of the professional speculating class lifestyle you have the average worker at the n.h.s. or maybe the royal mail maybe they like being doctors maybe they like working at the royal mail these are institutions that are cash flow positive that perform a vital function in this society but according to the speculators and run the government and run the club doctor see the n.h.s.
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in the romell must be financial eyes privatized securitized and anyone who goes against this ethos of kleptocracy is lazy is a bone no no historically one could say that they are expressing a need for some spiritual life or some contact with with humanity that's what they would prefer they would prefer to be more human like and less drug addled you know speculator autism suffering lunatics like you see with vince cable george osborne dave cameron and miliband cetera yes but that's why those guys win because they do not have empathy most normal human beings do and yet they think they can be successful speculators jesse livermore warned all of us before hand that we would die poor and we will die poor because we're all voting we're all mentally lazy and we're stupid and we demand our governments we demand george osborne give us bubbles
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rather than a serious of the speculator fascists that run the u.k. economy and government like the cameron miliband osborne accent are is to cut off all choices if you don't want to be a speculator autistic psychopath or sociopath there are. little choice because if you go to school for something else let's say you don't want to be a banker in the city of london and possibly jump off the bank and kill yourself in an act of desperation a so many are no maybe that's not the career path you want well to study anything else you're going to incur so much debt because a financial eyes of my educational institutions once you get out the only job you have that can pay back your debt is to be a psychotic banker barclays and risk jumping off a building and creating a sidewalk splat which of course will be financial was by some splat collateralized debt obligations sold by barclays who by the way all these big banks we now know have life insurance policies on their own bankers so when they kill themselves or kill other people or to make crime the cashews then not the family and then finally
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here is an america headline reads early tap for a one k. replaces holmes as american piggy bank the internal revenue service collected five point seven billion dollars in two thousand and eleven from penalties meaning that americans took out about fifty seven billion dollars from retirement funds before they were supposed to so the median size of the four a one k. in america is twenty four thousand four hundred as of march thirty first this year with people older then fifty five having about sixty five thousand three hundred so there depleting the mall for a one k. pension funds because they can no longer tap their homes because the american mortgage market is a bit different but here you have this speculator class dying poor they're there cashing in there for one case they talk to one woman who caps center pension and order to hire you all to move to a smaller property look at these people if they read all them today about the row the thought that would cross their mind is how do we frac this pond so i can pay
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off my mortgage and my gambling debts i say thanks so much thank you and i. say to the second half a lot more. so try to. pull it out of. your life for just a short teaching everybody to. know how i laughed oh well. my. wife. was saving all. these cases.
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sometimes for nothing. it's not just a story. just if you see the stage eight look to be. but speech because. i promised my mother that i would come here. six million is terrifying just imagine six million lives and fates. mostly i hope to search for the records of people who went missing during world war two between one hundred forty one and one hundred forty five. now we know where he was buried.
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it all started with a call from grandma's cousin where you the she said a distant relative of ours had been found but that i'm sure we asked which is left to help which is left found all the records. something i feel obliged to do this it's just when i see that i'm helping people i just feel better about myself. welcome back to the kaiser report imax keyser time now to get a said they australia mate to talk to professor steve kane author of deep bunking
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economics he's also an expert on high minsky steve k. welcome back to the kaiser report i'm glad to be him actually i'm going to be a lot closer pretty soon for other it's right you're taking a job right at a college up the road here we'll talk about it when you get here that's going to adulations i want to ask you though steve it's been six or seven years now into the financial collapse and house prices in capital cities across the world are booming . what what do you think about this well it's it's the only thing that the people who are childhood in my policy right now know how to do is blow bubbles and they they think about it when bubbles as creative economic activity as what we had been a greenspan being a cheerleader for the rising house prices and drawing decided there was signs of froth in a sauce lighted markets when you when you look at the data american hothouse process when he said the role of a chewed times the long term average and they fell back down there again because they're out the way of getting out of the cross' was to refight the speculative
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bubble that's brought capitalism to its creative ney's through quantitative easing in techniques like that and they've succeeded they've now got people borrowing money you want yet yet again to use it to speculate on rausing house process and rawson ship process hello you are back in bubble land again well this was somewhat predictable because the crass of two thousand and eight which was precipitated by housing bubble remember the subprime sub and i didn't mean i was a freudian slip there i didn't mean to say subprime i mean the subprime crisis was a housing crisis the response to that was not to reform the bank system at all or to introduce competition into the banking system at all the solution was to let the too big to fail get even bigger and the central banks decided that the way out of the mess was to be. blow another bubble in the stock market in the housing market so this is exactly what they've done so they have succeeded in doing what they set out to do so what will what will prick the bubble or will it never get pricked and
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we're going to live in a in a new parallel reality of ever expanding bubble steve can't we're going to continue saying expanding bubbles for a while but expanding bubbles are a really fuel box founding debt and you go to pay you dead you know you don't pay to bankrupt but that doesn't mean what you bought without debts going to actually be profitable it only makes a profit while the prostitution is rausing and that itself depends upon rising debt levels yet again so the whole thing is a ponzi scheme and ponzi schemes ultimately. always involving organizations which at the time the fundamentally bankrupt the only thing that's going to rescue them is continuing rausing crosses and the rausing process come from continuing rausing dead so it's a positive feedback loop and just like you know when you go to a concert and somebody whacks the mark on to close to the speaker outlet bang at some point it peaks it crashes and you come tumbling down the other side and this time we're going to tumble down from a much higher level of debt than the previous process if you go back to not in nadi
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in america in the last big recession ended back then the american providential got down to about about one hundred percent of jay pay it hit one hundred eighty percent it did leave it to about one hundred sixty percent through this process but it's now rising again from a level that almost calls the last process so i think this particular bubble in american economy has got maybe five years to go before it hits the same old bloody wall of a ponzi scheme that has to collapse. oh i like the a rock n roll reference there steve game that in other words on the way up it's like the amplification system you have from your fender bass but once you've got the static feedback i guess is what they call it you end up with that shrinking sound which will in fact be the crash but let's talk about another economic number a very specific number and that is wages because during this period of time when house prices are bubbling up to new highs wages are down ten percent so what is the so-called wealth effect if wages are down ah does that work well it doesn't work i
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mean the wealth effect is the belief that because we all felt we old inverted commas feel wealthier we're going to spend more money out of our increased wealth out of our increased incomes but the reality is that applause to the point that a little bit lost the one percent they're the ones who got wealthy a through this huge bubble and then all particularly consume is that bubble speculate is the day by the unity the lamborghinis some of which catch fire you may have noticed sinestro just recently but the real consume is simply on consuming say getting very very early in a recovery and human normal stage when you've got a recovery going on you do have rising wages we have still stagnant wages but rising asset processes and the income simply out there to support mass consumption by the middle class and working costs so i think this is going to be again a rather lack last the bubble the last one you know people where in alabama were getting wealthy selling buying junk properties off each other i don't think they're
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going to feel that much wealth is thomas going to be much more strict it's of the nationals' of the wealth distribution and they'll do very well for a while until the support falls away and we'll be back in another crash and saying about this is said ten years. all right now steve king you are an economist therefore you as an academic a scholar and somebody doesn't great deal writing would fall into a category of economist and the category that you do not fall into would be let's say the keynesians which believe that this money printing is a good thing to do but. i think you would classify yourself as an orthodox economist or someone who is basically pushing the boundaries of economic thought coming up with new or extended economic theories but i'm not sure whether you cover or not the sole idea of behavioral economics and the reason i ask
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is because i guess i want to get your take on this as an economist a recent poll found that most americans believe that housing is the best performing long term asset of all better than gold equities and bonds when in fact it was the worst averaging just one percent per annum over the past one hundred years but the perception for these people who are trapped in the bubble is that it's great and i believe that falls under the heading of behavioral economics or confirmation bias but how does that plug into your model when the masses are self deluding how does that work well on the conventional belief in economics that the neo classical model which they call kinds even has got bugger all to do with kinds really comes out of all russell and then the and jevons and people like that they have this concert what they call rational expectations by rational expectations what they mean is the capacity to accurately predict the future there's still no word rational and hidden
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behind a diff it definition which if you look at it means because it has to do to make accurate prophecy now the reality is people are rational but they're rational over the relation of the information they have which is patchy incomplete and boss what they currently know and if it did more of the people are. and then in doing so if you all you rather than having the rational expectations which means you would look to the infinite future and be by your knowledge on the infinite past and therefore know that one percent level you're talking about and never expect anything better than one percent out of housing you actually just look at the local around you going in in time and your locality in the last you know of five seniors and five or ten square kilometers around your house and if you say rausing house crosses across that time you think you extrapolate that forward you extract a life into the infinite future so you want your expectations are rational given what you know and you know very little and this is the difference between the why the conventional mob think and why they have this delusional theory of economics
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and why the sort of stuff the people who call themselves post kinds ians do and to some extent austrians an evolutionary columnist a much closer to the real well. well it seems in the u.k. anyway that there is a body of thought or a school of thought that is that warning against this housing bubble there is a headline in the telegraph newspaper. about the o.e.c.d. a of course european based global think tank saying that the u.k. housing bubble needs to pop that the bank of england. mark carney at the bank of england needs to raise rates or do it every asset due to pop this bubble which they consider to be extremely economically dangerous but if so you have a basic disconnect between this o.e.c.d. what they're what they're saying and the media and the what the politicians are saying in the u.k. and everyone here is still saying that you must get on the housing ladder you must participate this housing market is the only way you can truly be a british is to own a home and be highly leveraged so how come the o.e.c.d.
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which is a huge institution how come that message doesn't seem to get through into the local media the b.b.c. a are the or the or the mindset of the average british person and are they setting themselves up now for this colossal collapse and negative equity just like what happened again in two thousand and eight you know i think i think we also nestles of that but the you do have these weird markets and now i'm moving from one weird market to another sydney is a weird market where a large part of the process and a mix of said well i know nonresidents largely china is nonresident spying on your properties and drawing up process that way because a strike and parcel of cheap to them and you've got russian oligarchs flying member into an arab exploring your properties in london so that particular set of bubbles because they're driven by something which is completely disconnected from british incomes and a strain incomes could go on for quite a while it's that that it is of irrationality could actually succeed to some substantial time what fascinates me is the point you made about the o.e.c.d. coming out warning about bubbles because these
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a lot of the conventional economists who actually would cheerleaders for the bubble the last time around denying that it existed now they're admitting it existed. i think that's sort of see the dead actually generated generated frankenstein's monster why did behavior during the the two thousand bubble so there's an extent to which the economics professional pots of the one to mistake but they have on this monster of belief in iran zinga said process and of course the central banks and particularly and governments like the government with the what i prefer to call help the cells to name a fuel debacle so with it is a crazy crazy world as you say it's like living in a couple of parallel universes that actually intersect and crash each other all the time and it's a weird world to be living in yeah i want to stay on the snowy c d comment a little bit because you bring up some good points there so the o.e.c.d. is this and satish and all institution in europe i mean it's part of the same
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institutional mindset that drives the i.m.f. the world bank the e.c.b. these are huge global institutions suddenly they're breaking ranks which i don't recall in the last twenty years any of these make institutionalized groups a money spending goliath's breaking ranks in this way so you believe it's because they've recognized they've created a frankenstein monster and they've just they can't pretend anymore that this is anything more than just a speck of bubble yeah and they don't have in the bank of england has come out in support of the i can assign about how the money supply wasn't all generous and therefore the lending the banks to actually cause the inflation and deflation of the economy in total contrast the belief of academic economists over let me stop you for a second there we had it how did you feel the defeat of vindicated steve kane when the bank of england came out and said money isn't dodging the sli created deposits are in fact the trade of through lending there's no actual organic banking going on
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whatsoever it's exactly what you've been saying for years how does it feel when they came out that statement i feel great and i have to congratulate them for having the courage to come out and say it because often. it's cost us subservient to what they get for and the people like it taught by an academic institutions to come out and say listen you academics you're wrong this is the actual mechanics and the the post kinds the inside of the wall that i come from is right about it and we have to rewrite economics to make it reflect that it's a sign that the those institutions which used to be dominated by academic they can all mix if shifted away largely because they've got to where the reality of being wrong and i'm delighted i respect the bank of england's research to offer coming out with that stuff i respect the i always say david doing the same thing the international monetary fund with physically the work of michael cume office come out and said that money isn't all it's news forgot to include banks and how we think about capitalism this is true progress and it's not coming from the academics so much it's coming from those big institutions which used to be the ones who led us astray that's the this is the right steve kate is right the world is wrong steve
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kate is right is coming to the u.k. you'll be teaching in the u.k. we look forward to seeing him in the u.k. steve king at thanks again got to go now out of time thanks for being on the kaiser report you're welcome at the debate it all right that's going to do it for this edition of the kaiser report with me max kaiser stacy ever like to thank our guests fifteen if you'd like to get in touch tweet us the kaiser report that are. probably the most complex and difficult to. run. the phenomenon of friendly fire probability extends back to the invention of
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economic record. for. office now i. want. a sign. i promised my mother that i would come here. six million is terrifying just imagine six million lives and fates. mostly i hope to search for the records of people who went missing during world war two between one hundred forty one and one hundred forty five. now we know where he was buried.
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it all started with a call from grandma's cousin for you the she said a distant relative of ours had been found but that the next day we asked which is left to help which is left found all the records. something i feel obliged to do this it's just when i see that i'm helping people i just feel better about myself. ukraine's army and national gone to shoot unarmed civilians in the south eastern city of mariupol as crohn's attempts to stop troops storming the police h.q. the interior ministry says at least twenty people have been killed in the bond. meanwhile nato has biggest games in a decade involving thousands of troops are in full swing just kilometers away from russia's border. or the dawn you will leave.
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will be killed it's an internal war no. thousands of guns who pled the taliban are now forced to live in performing mud houses and in extreme poverty will bring you the pastoral stories of survival. international news and common life you're watching also you with me. and welcome to the program. and gunfire has been reported in mariupol the southeastern city in the west of donetsk region some seven hundred kilometers from becoming so key and has been one of the hold bags of antigovernment on west for months locals say tires a burning in the city's center and an armored vehicle has been set on fire and this
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after more than twenty people were killed in the city on friday according to ukraine's interior ministry local soul defense groups would be number of dead at ten violence erupted after the army and to the city and stormed the local police h.q. that was being held by anti-government activists locals were holding a victory day martial the center and the crowd rushed to the scene in a bid to stop their sold out and a warning you might find before going further to disturbing. the old. so we can hear gunshots and demand falls to the ground he manages to sit out as soldiers are leaving the scene another shot under second man appears to be hit by standers rushed towards him to help as as he lies on the ground and here is the same scene from another angle you can see troops firing in the direction of people in the street and then
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a few moments later it looks like a fat man is hurt too and is held by others the ukrainian interior ministry claims that those who died out from self-defense groups and were killed while trying to storm the local police headquarters one lawmakers and presidential candidate has called on everyone inside the building to big killed as a lesson to the rest a look watch us. here woman shows the troops asking them to stop shooting at a no. people. uniforms that been made to bait from ukraine's national guard special get its forms to take on prior autonomy protests in the southeast while phillips reports from nary a pulse at a house or. so here in one of the hospitals of the city of mariupol which is today
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seeing what looks to be a high speed town as you know we get the situation in eastern ukraine and started doing a lot of content to commemorate victory ten thousand times into the city to peacefully we had parades in his speeches at that time and completely unexpected ukrainian army into the city and it's a very quickly digital military vehicles who have records of them looking for buildings ok fine cars as they need to discover the building the center of the city . they committed a massacre in the city center civilians were caught up in this meat grinder locals who were taking part in a peaceful march there lots of injured and dead i personally saw two people killed sitting on this government buildings given the record of activists on three weeks now not only that we could be on to the action on this point want to leave this to us aleko prefer to use the next stage in its counterterrorism she. did we take it from the caribbean force out of the caribbean forces they took you to david crane
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on into the city they make not building we'd seen the spontaneity between them using the self defense and you create all these to come building what you didn't do this reported to me was position snipers on the roof line down both in self-defense and to do this now we do have it in the figure of twenty fatalities have to be he wanted to show me the real figures from texas what's it to be dave heiser county here in the situation used to be trying to scorn for him in the civil war this is great to see you don't take. a camera man working for all seasons or agency iraq and he was one of the people wounded in mariupol. he was shot in the stomach despite wearing a bulletproof vest doctors say he's in critical but stable condition and we caught up with a man who saw the incident firsthand he asked us to hide his identity for safety reasons but. your correspondent was showing the people in mass that he was
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unarmed trying to convince them that he was a journalist he was a member of the press then he suddenly decided to run across the street we were on the shot was heard and he fell down. russia has called on the u.s. . to stop its military quieted down in ukraine's east meanwhile the interim ukrainian president has admitted that the military operation against anti-government protesters would have been more successful if quote it weren't for the tens of thousands of civilians supporting them but his still blamed all casualties on what he calls pro russian militants as going there to show i can explain this stance continues to have strong outside support. we know that washington has key of spec but when kia forces used heavy weaponry and tanks the money opened to storm a regional police headquarters where officers had refused to take orders from key if and when the forces then shot at civilians who flocked to support the officers trapped in the building when it's all shot on camera for the world to see you would
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expect a little less biased reaction from the u.s. state department but here's what we have we condemn the outbreak of violence caused by pro russia separatists this morning in my pool which has resulted in multiple deaths it seems no matter how many people get killed as a result of what key of calls an anti-terrorist operation in the east of ukraine we won't hear a word of condemnation from washington instead whatever happens the u.s. blames board key have called russian separatists many of them want to be part of ukraine but on their own terms but the u.s. has already painted a black and white picture of good versus evil in ukraine and there seems to be no room for all the callers one could only imagine what the reaction here in washington would have been had it been the ousted president and. tanks against civilians but now roles are reversed and we see a very different approach. ukraine's southeastern regions have been defying the interim government in kiev since they won in february people have been occupying
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government buildings in over a dozen cities across the region trying to make their voices heard in the camp or so and what they've been calling for is a federal system of rule that will give people in the region the right to choose their own government another is the economy the east makes up to make some of the lion's share of ukraine's industry and as it stands that money goes to kiev which then decides how much to spend bank to send rather biog but people want the region to control its own finances over eighty percent of people that speak russian and many will in their language recognize formally but control of defense and foreign policy will still be down to kiev. and with the ukrainian army apparently now shooting to kill in a southeastern regions the support of the interim authorities in kiev for the ministry down could leave the west a red faced if your full my u.k. intelligence officer in charge of rage when this kind of assault is mounted
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particularly by our troops who only have shall we say heavy weapons or live ammunition i don't have seem to have rock control recruitment plastic bullets and so on the civilian casualties and deaths almost inevitable that that would have been known by the careful thought it is all very desperate of course as one would expect that the comments of condemnation are about what's going on in mali offer them elsewhere from the u.s. and e.u. governments nonetheless some states this is going to become quite embarrassing for the government so shoes are supporting this kind of odd action against walks undeniably these knowledge and consisting of ordinary people trying to push back against targets. at least two people have died in a blaze in the city council building in mariupol according to local medics here are the pictures from overnight two more people have reportedly been taken to hospital the fire has now been extinguished it's not clear how it started about local say
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unidentified men threw molotov cocktails at the building that's been at this size for a week long skirmishes between pro autonomy and so is beyond me. and also a dot com which is where you can find all the latest updates on the violence in mariupol and across ukraine southeast we're also going before timeline of the country's ongoing crisis check that out online. is in just a few minutes we'll give you the details on nature's latest rule against downside russia held as the crisis in ukraine runs on plans. more than one hundred thousand afghans have been displaced by the war in the last year alone forced to flee violence a growing taliban insurgency and economic uncertainty many have found refuge in camps like this one the war may be coming to an end for international forces but there are too many afghans still left wondering when they'll be able to return home reporting in kabul for r t c capital. all dance and much more of the
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razor that it's a battle started here the village down. with it was at the exact moment eleven in the morning when the first seven tanks appeared to. move fast battle ahead. of us soldiers. but they give their lives for this land and they protected us.
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yes they took it over but sevastopol never surrendered there were no defenders left . so as the president said i stopped all came back hall and. it has russian roots and nobody can deny that it's right. welcome back to r.t. international thanks for being with us troops and hardware have massed in the baltic region where nato is carrying out its annual war games they've dubbed the spring storm the drills in a stadium that's right on russia's doorstep are the biggest since two thousand and three when they were first held six thousand troops are taking part french cyber security team a fighter jets and a massive defense system from poland as well as
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a belgian anti aircraft unit are involved and these graphics that beside me may help you get a clearer picture of the nato military buildup in eastern europe the ukraine crisis goes on so dozens of find a jazz and several spy planes are there to make sure their lines dominate the airspace over the region international affairs commentator rick rose of says the links between this show of force and the crisis in ukraine are abundant clear. u.s. troops are stationed in most every former warsaw pact country outside of the soviet union and so of next year the u.s. and nato is a joint enterprise joint endeavor are going to place twenty four intermediate range standard missile three interceptor missiles in romania right across the black sea from russia with the prospect three years later. deploying a similar amount twenty four to be exact standard missile threes of a more advanced variety and ball so what we're talking about is both
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a very real military presence that poses a threat to non nato members in the neighborhood and those are in the first instance of course belarus and russia but also it's a symbolic gesture to place u.s. military forces in countries bordering ukraine right now in bordering russia because what it suggests is that the u.s. is making a military commitment to defend its nato allies by making even a nominal deployment of military contingents to those countries. and as tensions simmering in ukraine that impact could be felt father afield one place and europe where fuel costs could soar. and the priests would come through to the pumps pretty much straight away. and a few moments when a good role could happen to consumers in the u.k. russia's oil and gas industry is threatened with most. of the nato troops leaving afghanistan band of this year and many are asking what's
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left behind for a nation ranks by more than a decade of conflicts aside from continuing ton about attacks thousands of families have been displaced by the violence and are now forced to live in a makeshift shelter as this account of protest us report. the sound of the ghana stand for hundreds of years. out march during the time. cruel regime. drowned out by war in recent decades. it's a folk song from the southern helmand province but he won't hear it in the village where these musicians are from they were forced to flee last month about one of the taliban controlled the village now they use our houses as military bases and the government has no power in our area so what choice did we have on the dawe oh leave on the outskirts of kabul these narrow lanes and a crumbling mud structures are home to hundreds of gans displaced by war most are
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from the sangin district in helmand which remains one of the most dangerous places in all of a ghana stand off met a ride five years ago he doesn't expect to return the war isn't over if we go back we will be killed it's an internal war now and i don't see it ending in the near future his youngest ones were born here two daughters died in an attack back home this tattered photocopy of their bodies is all that remains she was four years old she was to asia bibi lived through afghanistan's many horrors the soviet invasion civil war and the taliban three years ago an air strike killed most of her family three generations under one roof now gone. on the ground there were taliban and in the skies were planes with bombs we lost everything to me there's no difference anymore between the americans the government or the taliban they all
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fight and we suffer they suffer here to the camp has no electricity sewage or running water most arrive with few belongings but jobs are scarce and so they remain destitute each winter freezing temperatures bring deaths. there's no money for firewood so this mother burns plastic bags. no money for a meal either it will be tea for dinner whatever aid that's handed out the use or sell it's never enough sleep offers little respite from the struggles of life they're safe from bombs here but not from painful memories like the loss of two sons it's impossible to forget such horrors relive them every night in my dream i'm running away from the bones but my babies a still inside the house when it comes back to find their bodies i can't sleep because of it none of us can sleep well at night
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a growing number of areas outside of kabul are becoming dangerous and aid groups say they're preparing for things to get worse international military forces leaving the country so they're always doing so they need a reason and also russian and to explain to their population why we believe the truth is that there is no such success story toward what we see is that the war will continue for their time. in the following months and you know more than one hundred thousand afghans were displaced in the last year alone forced to flee violence a growing taliban insurgency and economic uncertainty some of them have found refuge in camps like this one the war may be coming to an end for most international forces but there are too many afghans left wondering whether they'll be able to return home. for now this is where most will remain. this melody maybe an elegy to better times but it's also a testament to an unbroken spirit they've lost everything but not their hopes
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displaced but still determined to survive. you see calf and of our problem. and you can seem all the naysayers are poles for i'm going to stand in the days ahead right here on elsie. malnutrition. violence. drug addiction. and she cures. sure. what are the values you. reboard son of a gun real oh jeez this is an incredibly dangerous. let's now take a quick look at some other international news in brief this hour a cease fire agreement has been reached between the south sudanese president and the country's rebels after more than four months of ethnic conflict the deal says
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both sides must hold hostilities until one transitional government a previous accord struck in january quickly fell apart with each side blaming the other for stoking up tensions the violence has left thousands of people dead and forced over a million from their homes. a gun battle with militants inside the presidential palace and gammons compas old son are has left at least four soldiers dead shooting reportedly broke out after gunmen tried to force their way into the compound the army is currently mounting a major offensive against al qaeda linked fighters on friday the country's defense minister narrow escape to an assassination attend when militants on bush to his motorcade. the philippines and the united states have launched military exercises in the south china sea over five thousand troops are taking part their plans to go on for two weeks the drills come at a time of heightened tensions between china and several of its neighbors over
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a dispute at sea borders. and hundreds of people from homes in western syria are finally returning home after rebels who occupies the city for more than three years were forced out the army has now retaken control of their the remaining fighters left the city as part of a deal struck with the government they drawn out conflict has left much of homs devastated. as the crisis in ukraine goes on there are concerns the looming threat of a wide ranging sanctions against russia may seriously push up the cost of oil worldwide huell experts warn that the united kingdom relied on russian supplies could be hit hard on. the details. there will have to be other consequences and other costs and if you've got a car in the u.k. he's talking to you the country's main motoring organizations are warning that the situation in ukraine is going to push up the price of petrol fuel traders have
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already begun to buy up stocks to guard against being called out in the event of the situation worsening which automatically causes prices to increase due to a tightening in supply proportion of. every old product for conversion and is coming from russia. the reason why there is a certain amount of concern in the market place. priced in a certain amount of geopolitical tension in ukraine and between the russian and the predicted price hike is around five people that's an extra four pounds for a full tank and motorists in britain already pay sixty percent tax on fuel making driving him more expensive than in any other major economy so in a way old forces are going up i'm not what you think this is affecting i think it's
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i think it's going to be a more controlled. i needed that it's nothing to i think tough i think i tend to use any excuse i can to react very quickly to put myself now i just feel that half the time can the cost as you can see here is thirty three point five three now with probably the increase that will dictate cut costs will go up to thirty five dollars and that's just the timing of the trial . the thing is their campaign is follow a petrol prices say in the case of ukraine there's little risk of an actual oil shortage so who. who or what is moving the pump price says so if any disturbance happens there watch the speculators panic doom and gloom it's always happening like that we must own it and that's one of the problems we've got to actually address
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and the government should be listening to this buy should be learning tax and they should also be putting some sort of control over actually all speculation and if the cost of a barrel of oil goes up any increase would come through to the pumps pretty much straight away any increase in the wholesale price they will have to pass on virtually immediately to their consumers and the effects go beyond the petrol station forecourt it would increase inflation because everything would be reflected in prices passed on because of the high cost of fuel to the products we buy in the shops jobs will be lost small business especially especially medium sized or small these companies their their costs will go up astronomically and that would actually impact on people being set their real consequences and costs polly boyko r t. gunfire has been reported in mariupol this i'll paste on city in the west in donetsk region some seven hundred kilometers from the capital for months it's been
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one of the hotbeds of anti-government unrest locals say tires are burning in the city center and an armored vehicle has been set on fire. and here is the latest british from the city and you can see and hear what appeared to be shots being fired and this up to more than twenty people were killed in the city on friday according to ukraine's interior ministry local self-defense groups but the number of dead at ten violence erupted after the army and in the city and storms the local police h.q. that was being held by anti government locals were holding a victory day march through the center and the crowd rushed to the scene in a bid to stall best sold and we'll bring you more details at the start of next hour as events in are you on. and just ahead we'll bring you the
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world war two stories of strength and stoicism from the city of sevastopol if you are in the u.k. those states for the kaiser report. when your children have nothing to eat when your children or your family is being killed i think most people in the world would agree that this is. valuable you know those elusive political rights that's really what we saw with the arab spring as people saying that their past to be an alternative to all the extremes that have been presented i mean that's what a generation after generation were raised if you're either in dictatorship or you're going to fall into chaos you're either at war or your inner peace without justice you're either poor you're rich in the region is rejecting the extremes and saying we want new options and i think that is worth supporting.
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could be in the know. unlock. it. ukraine's army and national guard appear to shoot unarmed civilians in the southeastern city of mariupol as crowds attempts to stop troops storming the police h.q. the interior ministry says at least twenty people have been killed in the violence . meanwhile nato his biggest baltic war games in a decade involving thousands of troops are in full swing just kilometers away from russia's border. or the dawn or leave if we go back we will be killed it's an internal war now and the taller war thousands of afghans who fled the town of van and are forced to live in crumbling mud houses and in extreme poverty will bring the personal stories of conflict survivors that.
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international news live from moscow this is our senior national was me you know shapovalov thanks for trying it gunfire has been reported in mariupol the southeast and in the rest of it down and screech and some seven hundred kilometers from the campus or for months it's been one of the hold bags of antigovernment unrest locals say tires are burning in the city's center and a personnel carrier has been set on fire. he's the latest british officer and there is the armored vehicle engulfed by flames and you can hear what appears to be explosions in the bunker around these striking
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pictures are being sent to us from the ground phillips who isn't mariupol for us and this after more than twenty people were killed in the city on friday according to ukraine's interior ministry local self-defense groups put the number of dead at ten violence erupted after the army and his decision on school their local police h.p. that was being held by own to government activities locals will holding a victory day march through the center and the crowd rushed to the scene in a bid to stop their souls and just a word of warning you might find the following disturbing. the old. we're going to hear gunshots and a man falls to the ground hey monitors to six times as sean crews are leaving the scene another shot under second man appears to be hit bystanders rushed towards him to help as he lies on the ground and hears the same scene from another angle you
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can see troops firing in the direction of people in the street and then a few moments later it looks like a third mine it's hooked to you and is held by others the ukrainian interior ministry claims with those who died off from self-defense groups and was killed while trying to storm the local police headquarters one lawmaker and presidential candidate has called on everyone inside the building to break carolwood as a lesson to the rest of the protesters. here a woman shall answer to. it's asking them to stop chasing at unarmed people and black uniforms are believed to be from the ukraine as national guard special units formed to take on pro tonally protesters in the southeast ground fed ex reports from the ground. so here is one of the hospitals in the city of mariupol which is today seem
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to be the highest paternity nobody in the situation in eastern ukraine started with a large crowd turned to commemorate victory ten thousand turned out in this into the city to peacefully we had parades in his speeches at that time and completely unexpected ukrainian army into the city handed it to very quickly digital military vehicles and have records of them looking for buildings looking for cars as they made to discover building this into the city. they were a group of people near a department store and they were for national guards standing across from them the first bunch were standing peacefully just shouting fascists won't pass oh so sore a couple of veterans they're all dressed up and decorated with medals the first reported doing anything because they had nothing on them no pistols or molotov cocktails they were only shouting fascist one pass and russia russia the national guards didn't seem to like this they began shooting at the group they really picked
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their victims out i saw how one of the bullets hit a veteran just above the growing he fell unconscious and was taken away in a vehicle by four men the city to discover the building has been corrected activists for around three weeks now now earlier this week including on didn't actually respond pointedly vista on our computer but his next agent counter-terrorism machine. he did we take it from the caribbean force out of the caribbean force and then took it back to david greene on into the city to make that building we'd seen fierce fighting between neighbors in the self-defense and ukrainian army to come building what we did is reported to me was position snipers on the roof of fire. both insulting things to do you believe if you give twenty fatalities to. the wheel to get. to the. situation. to school and this is the way this is going to go.
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a cameraman working for us he's easy wages to run plea was one of the people wounded in mary paul he was shot in the stomach despite wearing a bulletproof vest doctors say his in critical but stable condition we caught up with a minor who is somewhat a student firsthand and he asked us to hide his identity for safety reasons that. your correspondent was showing the people in mass that he was unarmed trying to convince them that he was a journalist or that he was a member of the press and then he suddenly decided to run across the street were on a shot was heard and he fell down. russia has called on the u.s. to urge here to stop its military kuantan a new cranes east meanwhile the interim ukrainian president has admitted that the military operation against anti-government protesters would have been more successful if quote it's one for the tens of thousands of civilians supporting them
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but his still blamed all casualties on what he calls pro russian militants as he is going there to try can explain based on this continues to have strong outside support. we know that washington has key of spec but when key of forces used heavy weaponry and tanks in money open to storm a regional police headquarters where officers had refused to take orders from key if and when the forces then shot at civilians who flocked to support the officers trapped in the building when it's all shot on camera for the world to see you would expect a little less biased reaction from the u.s. state department but here's what we have we condemn the outbreak of violence caused by pro russian separatists this morning in my pool which has resulted in multiple deaths it seems no matter how many people get killed as a result of what key of calls an anti-terrorist operation in the east of ukraine we won't hear a word of condemnation from washington instead whatever happens the u.s. blames for the key of calls the russian separatists many of them want to be part of
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ukraine but on their own terms but the u.s. has already painted a black and white picture of good versus evil in ukraine and there seems to be no room for all the callers one could only imagine what the reaction here in washington would have been headed being the ousted president. on leashing tanks against civilians but now roles are reversed and we see a very different approach. with the ukrainian army apparently shooting to kill in southeastern regions the support of the interim authorities in kiev for the military quieted down could leave the west a red faced that's the view of former u.k. intelligence officer charles schumer bridge. when this kind of assault is mounted particularly by the troops who only have so heavy weapons or live ammunition they don't have seem to have controlled the quick money of plastic bullets and so on the civilian casualties and deaths are almost inevitable that that would have been known by the careful thought years although that's pretty of course as one would
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expect there are no comments or condemnation about what's going on in the model from elsewhere from the us and e.u. governments nonetheless at some stage this is going to become quite embarrassing for the government should such support to be squandered on the action against walks undeniably is largely consisted of ordinary people trying to push back against targets. of commons where you can find all the latest updates on the bunsen maru poll and across ukraine southeast and also got the full timeline of the country's ongoing crisis is trying it out online. and in just a few minutes we'll give you the details on nato's latest war games just outside russia has the crisis in ukraine one dog wants. more than one hundred thousand afghans have been displaced by the war in the last year alone forced to flee violence a growing taliban insurgency and economic uncertainty many have found refuge in camps like this one the one will be coming to an end for international forces but
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there are too many afghans still left wondering when they'll be able to return home reporting in kabul for r t i'm lucy kaplan. and all about and much more on the stories dominating today's global headlines right after a short break. do we speak your language or not advanced. music programs and documentaries in spanish what matters to you breaking news a little turn to angles the stories. you hear. all teach spanish find out more visit.
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move fast battle ahead. of us soldiers. but they gave their lives for this land and they protected us. yes they took it over but sevastopol never surrendered there were no defenders left . so as the president said i stop all came back calm down quite a bit as russian roots and nobody can deny that it's it. the game of speculation is the most uniformly fascinating game in the world but it is not a game for the stupid the mentally lazy the person of inferior of mosul ballasts or the get rich quick events or they will die for. i know what you're thinking you're thinking that stupid and mentally lazy describes almost every single person you
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encounter at the office at home at school in the checkout line at the supermarket in the halls of congress every person you listen to on the radio watch on t.v. or read the newspaper or magazine yes we stupid mentally humans have chosen to live in a financial i suspected of casino economy for this we will do it too or. this is aussie international coming to you live from moscow welcome back troops and hardware mosman the baltic region where nato is carrying out its annual war games they've dubbed this spring storm they drills in a stadium that's right on russia's doorstep of the biggest since two thousand and three when they were first howled six thousand troops have taken part of a french cyber security team fight interest under a missile defense system from poland as well as a belgian craft unit are involved and these graphics beside me may help you get
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a clearer picture of the nato military buildup in eastern europe as the ukraine crisis goes on dozens of find the charts and several spy planes out to make sure that lines dominate the aspace but there were each and international affairs commentator week rose over says the links between. the crisis in ukraine are abundantly clear. u.s. troops are stationed in most every former wars country outside of the soviet union and so of next year the u.s. and nato is a joint enterprise joint endeavor are going to place twenty four intermediate range standard missile three interceptor missiles in romania right across the black sea from russia with the prospect three years later deploying a similar amount twenty four to be exact standard missile threes of a more advanced variety and ball so what we're talking about is both a very real military presence that poses
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a threat to non nato members in the neighborhood and those are in the first instance of course belarus and russia but also it's a symbolic gesture to place u.s. military forces in countries bordering ukraine right now in bordering russia because what it suggests is that the u.s. is making a military commitment to defend its nato allies by making even a nominal deployment of military contingents to those countries and this tension seeming ukraine that can be felt find them i failed at one place and you're uplift you a constant console. i mean creation would come through to the pops pretty much straight away in a few moments we'll look at what could happen to consumers in the u.k. if russia's oil and gas industry is threatened with all so. well nato troops leaving afghanistan a band of this year many are asking what's left behind for a nation iraq by more than
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a decade of conflict aside from continuing taliban attacks of thousands of final is have been displaced by geza violence and the now forced to live in makeshift shelters and this account for the voters this report. the sound of of gonna stand for hundreds of years. outlawed during the taliban's cruel regime. drowned out by war in recent decades. it's a folk song from the southern helmand province but you won't hear it in the village where these musicians are from they were forced to flee last month when the taliban control of village now they use our houses as military bases and the government has no power in our area so what choice did we have on the dawe oh leave on the outskirts of kabul these narrow lanes and a crumbling mud structures are home to hundreds of fans displaced by war most are
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from the sangin district in helmand which remains one of the most dangerous places in all of us got a stand off med or arrived five years ago he doesn't expect to return the war isn't over if we go back we will be killed it's an internal war now and i don't see it ending in the near future his youngest ones were born here two daughters died in an attack back home this tattered photocopy of their bodies is all that remains she was four years old she was to asia bibi lived through afghanistan's many horrors the silver. invasion civil war and the taliban three years ago an airstrike that killed most of her family three generations under one roof now gone. on the ground there were taliban and in the skies where planes with bombs we lost everything to me there's no difference anymore between the americans the government or the taliban they all fight and we suffer they suffer here to the camp has no
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electricity stew wage or running water most arrive with few belongings but jobs are scarce and so they remain destitute each winter freezing temperatures bring deaths there's no money for firewood so this mother burns plastic bags. no money for a meal either it will be tea for dinner whatever aid that's handed out they use or sell it's never enough sleep offers little respite from the struggles of life they're safe from bombs here but not from painful memories like the loss of two sons it's impossible to forget such horace or relive them every night in my dream i'm running away from the bones of my babies a still inside the house when it comes buck to find the bodies i can't sleep because of it none of us can sleep well at night. a growing number of areas outside of kabul are becoming dangerous and aid groups say they're preparing for things to
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get worse international military forces during the course of the country so they're always doing so they need a reason and then the or so russian on to explain to their population that while you know we can leave the truth is that there is no such success story toward what we see is that the war will continue for the overtime book edition in the following months and you know more than one hundred thousand afghans were displaced in the last year alone forced to flee violence a growing taliban insurgency and economic uncertainty some of them have found refuge in camps like this one the war may be coming to an end for most international forces but there are too many afghans left wondering whether they'll be able to return home. for now this is where most will remain. this melody maybe an elegy to better times but it's also a testament to an unbroken spirit they've lost everything but not their hopes displaced but still determined to survive. you see. kabul.
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and you can see more of the losses there for reports from afghanistan in the days ahead of ryan. malnutrition. violent. drug. you shoot your. program sure. what are the values you. reboard son of a gun real oh jeez this is an incredibly dangerous. let's now take a quick look at some other international news this hour a cease fire agreement has been reached between the south sudanese president and the country's rebels after more than four months of ethnic conflict the deal says both sides must hold hostilities until one transitional government
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a previous of horse track in january quickly fell apart with each side blaming the other full stoking up tensions the violence has left thousands of people dead and forced over a million from their. a gun battle with militants and signed the presidential palace in gammon's capital sana'a has left at least four soldiers dead sure she reportedly broke out after gunmen tried to force their way into the compound beyond these currently mounting a major offensive against al qaeda linked fighters on friday become trees defense minister now it is cage an assassination attend one militants ambushed his motorcade. the philippines and the united states have launched military exercises in the south china sea over five thousand troops are taking part of their plans to go on for two weeks the drills come at a time of heightened tensions between china and several of its neighbors over disputed sea borders. hundreds of people from homes in
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western syria are finally returning home after rebels who occupied the city from over three years will force turn out the army. he has now retaken control of their they were meaning fighters left the city as part of a deal struck with the government the drawn out conflict has left much of homs devastated. as the crisis in ukraine goes on there are concerns the looming threat a wider ranging sanctions against russia may seriously push up the cost of oil worldwide few experts warn the united kingdom relied on russian supplies could be hit hard to boycott hostility to. there will have to be other consequences and other costs and if you've got a car in the u.k. he's talking to you the country's main motoring organizations are warning that the situation in ukraine is going to push up the price of petrol fuel traders have
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already begun to buy up stocks to guard against being called out in the event of the situation worsening which automatically causes prices to increase due to a tightening in supply proportion of diesel and heavy old products for conversion and is coming from russia. the reason why there is a certain amount of concern in the market place. priced in a certain amount of geopolitical tension in ukraine and between the russian and the predicted price hike is around five people that's an extra four pounds for a full tank and motorists in britain already pay sixty percent tax on fuel making driving him more expensive than in any other major economy sorry no way forces are going up i don't know what you think this is affecting but i think it's i think
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it's going to be a more controlled i needed i did nothing to i to take time so i should be but i feel it's time to use any excuse i can to react very quickly to put prices up so i just filled out half the time on the cost as you can see here is thirty three point five three now with probably the increase that's being addicted to cost will go up to thirty five dollars and that's just because that's kind of that self. the thing is their campaign is follow a petrol prices say in the case of ukraine there's little risk of an actual oil shortage so who. who or what is moving the pump price says disturbance happens there watch the speculators panic doom and gloom it's always happening like that we must own it and that's one of the problems we've got to actually address and the government should be listing to this by should be lowering tax and they should also
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be putting some sort of control over actually all speculation and if the cost of a barrel of oil goes up any increase would come through to the pumps pretty much straight away any increase in the wholesale price they will have to pass virtually immediately to their consumers and the effects go beyond the petrol station for court it would increase inflation because everything would be reflected in prices because of the high cost of fuel to the products we buy in the shops jobs will be lost small business especially especially medium size or small these companies their their costs will go up astronomically and that would actually impact on people being sacked there are real consequences and costs polly boyko r t. gunfire has been reported in mariupol the southeastern city in the restive donetsk region some seven hundred kilometers from a capital. for months it has been one of the hold beds of anti-government unrest
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local say tires are burning in the city center and an armored vehicle has been set on fire so. and here is the latest city from the city and you can hear what appeared to be a shelter being fired and there's something more than twenty people were killed in the city on friday according to ukraine's interior ministry local self-defense troops and groups put the number of dead at ten and just to remind you on friday violence erupted in the city after the army tried to storm the local police h.q. that was being held by anti-government activists. and up next abby montana looks at how huge educational loans away only so not only shown as well about students states and breaking bad.
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you know we human beings sort of live our lives in the moment even recent history is still history and will we are all busy so it is easy for the magicians of media to wave their hands around and make us forget about things in fact wasn't just a few months ago the protesters on the streets of kiev are crying out for democracy they claim that the crimes of the end of covert government prove that it was illegitimate but now that the managers of the protest movement are in power boy are they singing a different tune a few months ago they were crying about european values and freedom of speech now that they have the power they banned russian t.v. channels from airing they claimed then that because they could get hundreds of people to storm government buildings that they were the legitimate power but now when anti kiev protesters do it well that's just mob violence when they drove a bulldozer into and through cocktails at police who only beat them in return with clubs that was a violation of their human rights but now it ikea forces protests they send in the
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army and right sector thugs to break them up or just kill them if you just take the time to stop and think back just a few months ago you see that the yet so new government is doing exactly the same things that they accuse the government of doing over that zone and flagrant hypocrisy but that's just my opinion. what's poppin people hi mary martin and this is a break in the set always got some breaking news at the top of the show turns out that u.s. government represents the interests of the rich and powerful not the majority of
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americans now i know this may come to shocking news to you but a joint study released last week by princeton and northwestern university made it official the u.s. is indeed an oligarch e. the two authors of the study went to an enormous amount of data from one thousand nine hundred federal policy is an act of between one thousand nine hundred one and two thousand and two and empirically concluded that national laws and regulations overwhelmingly align with the preference of the economic elite and that was back in two thousand and two whole areas later took another elite institution princeton to come up with this obvious conclusion but hey i guess the ivy league school finally started to listen to dr cornell west now let's break the set. the bleep bleep. they are very hard to take that. lightly that are back with the
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target they're looking. at least. this month the u.s. congressional budget office announced that prediction markets fell major profits for the department of education over the next ten years one hundred twenty seven billion dollars to be exact so forecasts based largely upon the interest on student loans which are also expected to rise starting next year while it's not exactly clear how much the rates will increase the profit from student federal student loans called into question another important story the department of education
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renewing its contract with sallie mae america's largest student loan provider with about five point eight million former and current student borrowers see the student loan being a myth has been the target of a federal investigation and a lawsuit stemming from violations of borrowers rights but the probe wasn't limited to federal student loans and fact the investigation found evidence that sallie mae cheated active duty members of the military as well they provided them loans at a legally high interest rates and if you've ever seen a p.r. machine of military recruitment you know that cheap education is a huge selling point. this is an acceptance letter. it's a diploma. it's a compass it's a trainer and a coach jersey is the greatest team it's more than that it's an education anywhere
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else they're strong and then there's army strong but army strong doesn't ensure that predatory loan corporations will follow the law so the service members civil relief act specifically requires that companies collecting payments on student loans keep rates at no more than six percent or get this according apartment education's own data as of july of two thousand and twelve nearly sixty percent of all federal student loans carried interest rates above six percent furthermore according to consumer financial protection bureau forty one percent of service members are still paying off student loans and those who graduated college in two thousand and eight carry an average debt of twenty six thousand dollars this of course raises familiar concerns from the mortgage crisis or higher interest rates led to the foreclosure of hundreds of homes belonging to u.s. servicemen and that instance however wonders like j.p. morgan and bank of america among others were forced to shell out millions of dollars to settle the allegations. look it's one thing for young americans to be
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lured into the military with the promise of a world class education for practically no money down but to then burden these young soldiers with tens of thousands of dollars and loans that could take the rest of their lives to pay off is criminal. in two thousand and twelve internet hacker and tory a stroll andrew better known as we was charged with conspiracy of the one thousand nine hundred six computer fraud and abuse act and was sentenced to forty one months in prison it was all for exposing a flaw with an eighteen thousand is public server lot of the scraping of information for thousands of i pad users but faulting a motion to appeal the sentence last month the us third circuit court of appeals has overturn the verdict on weaves case because it was tried in the wrong jurisdiction the short time behind bars however has made we've even more outspoken
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than before regarding the egregious overreach of the computer fraud abuse act persecuted online activists earlier today i caught up with reeve to discuss all things about his release. let's talk about what the prosecution argued against your case that led to your guilty conviction assistant u.s. attorney glen mako said we've had downloaded the entire iowa system on his computer he had to decrypt it he had to do all these things i don't even understand your defense attorney maintain that there was no hack that took place you simply revealed a major security flaw eighteen to you how is it possible that you were able to be prosecuted by people that honestly had no idea what the hell it was you've been. well that's that's a great question at trial there was one of these employees are david. and. did in this indictment the f.b.i. did and already that holds these quote was no security was bypassed i don't think the feds have a case like eighteen itself the so-called victim didn't think it was victimized and
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didn't understand why the f.b.i. and the department of justice were trying to push an indictment so he was put on the stand and zach and trotter who is the u.s. attorney who. question and he said are you a lawyer you know it's as if as if lawyers are supposed to somehow be able to define truth in this country it's positively ridiculous they don't have rule of law in this country anymore we have rule by lawyers two tiered justice man and you've been the victim of it do you think that your case is perhaps the most absurd example of overreach by the computer fraud and abuse act. i think that there's some other parallels i think aaron schwartz of course and matthew keys are particularly egregious indictments that i just i just don't understand how this is supposed to be any modicum of justice unfortunately even though you're released right now it's
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not for the right reasons we've in fact you're still on bail will probably be tried again in another jurisdiction and potentially go to jail all over again however you've said that you're not going to file a motion for double jeopardy why. because this law is wrong it's utterly and completely ridiculous it was written in one thousand nine hundred six and it was drafted by reagan's team and there's in a book there's a quote from reagan where he's so senile that he thought the movie war games was a documentary and he literally he said i don't understand you know but but those that kid hacked into know read. like i went to prison and two people so far of have committed suicide over a crazy indictment and keyes might go to prison and that are my go to prison because because reagan was senile and that's just that's just ridiculous talk about your time in prison and you said that you spent half your time and solitary confinement why did you initially get sent to the hole and what sort of tactics
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were used against you psychologically to break your down once you were thrown in. i was initially sent to the hole because i mean this case was about my speech and i was sent to the hole because i continued to speak in prison i had. i had a p.b.x. system which is like a computer that answers phone calls and i would i would call into it and it would record my voice and post whatever i said to a web service called sound cloud and the federal government didn't like this and they probably called the prison and told them to put me in the overt. starvation i have celiacs disease i require gluten free diet which which the prison for quite a while refused to refused to provide. you in the hole you endure sleep deprivation they shine a light your face every fifteen minutes they bang on your door they turn the light off when you when you want it on and vice versa. and just just generally you know they wouldn't let me have books towards the end or magazines or
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newspapers or any mail at all i was i was literally in a six by eight cell with nothing to read and it's definitely trying but it's not deterring me from continuing to fight this terrible set of prosecutions by the u.s. government would you say that you were tortured in there i mean solitary confinement is torture. i towards the end i went on strike i was released after i started my anger strike and i just saw no way to protest the injustice and yes potentially tortured definitely by by what the u.n. calls torture that i received in federal prison what's the most amusing thing that happened in prison. there's so many things i'd say the funniest thing was that was i taught all the the white nationalists to sing springtime for hitler from mel brooks the producers and then they banned that song in the prison because there's
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m.p. three players they banned that song because because it was it became subversive you pronounce that you're starting a hedge fund called robo l l z love the name. talk about the project and why you're doing it. well. the reason the that i did the data disclosure big was because i started i started a security firm go to security because there's a certain set and kinds of exploits that didn't have a market and this actually is an underlying ethical problem and that right now the only incentives when you develop software exploits are to sell them in secret to the united states the government and the security companies that are affiliated and funded by the united states government chiefly and we know what they do with these software exploits they use them to spy on people legally both both the citizens of my country foreign leaders so what we're trying to do is build
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a way to create financial incentives for people to do the right thing which is come forward and disclose to the public. the security issues and large corporations and the way the profit model on this is every time that i've interacted with with a major corporation a publicly traded corporation the share price falls it hits the market cap and that's the same with whether you know outside of software if a car company has a defect in their cars the drops of a medical company as pharmaceuticals that that hurt people the stock value drops and. it's absolutely perfectly executable on software companies to want to have a flaw that we can drop the stock value by disclosing the flaw and telling people about it and and we want to create this structure where people can come forward talk about the flaws in a very aggressive criticizing manner instead of this dominion of do what the
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government says and it's actually the profit is a far greater doing this potentially then the typical you know sell your exploit to the n.s.a. i don't think i don't think hackers are being paid enough and i don't think i don't think that consumers are being so. service and there's a huge there's a huge market here. and you're working people find out more about your case to help you out and to support you if and when it's a reopened and potentially tried again. they can follow me on twitter. on twitter ari and they can go to the c.f.a. defense fund see if a defense fund my my attorney is not only defending me on this particular case but a host of others. including derek lowe sutter and matthew keyes and people can can submit money to him and read about the case and you know he's he's he's a trench warrior and he's fought this on a shoestring budget and he's continuing to protect our rights as americans thank
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you so much andrew arnheim are we really appreciate you fighting in the trenches we need to get this law overturned. thank you abbi i appreciate you. coming up i'll speak with the seattle city council member about the fight for fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage. the game of speculation is the most informal a fascinating game in the world but it is not a game for the stupid the mentally lazy the person of inferior emotional ballast or they get rich quick adventure or they will die before. i know what you're thinking you're thinking that stupid and mentally lazy describes almost every single person you encounter at the office at home at school in the checkout line at the supermarket in the halls of congress every person you listen to on the radio watch on t.v. read the newspaper or magazine yes we stupid mentally humans have chosen to live in
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a plane naturalized speculative casino economy and we will do it poor. when your children have nothing to eat when your children or your family is being killed i think most people in the world would agree that this is. valuable and that you know there is a loose of political rights that's really what we saw with the arab spring of people saying that their past to be an alternative to all the extremes that have been presented i mean that's what a generation after generation were raised as you're either in dictatorship or you're going to fall into chaos you're at war or you're in a peace without justice you're either poor or you're rich in the region is rejecting the extremes and saying we want new options and i think that is worth supporting.
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roles and recognizing just how far all this is going and seeing the damage that's being done in changing cool. people just point fingers and say whatever of those it's so why can we. all across the country low wage workers are mobilizing in the fight for a living wage it's a struggle that's gaining momentum especially in seattle the city's first socialist
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council members from a so want a center to her platform run a campaign to fight for fifteen call to raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour and just this week someone filed a charter amendment which is the first step to bringing the issue to vote earlier i spoke to someone and first asked her why she has decided to make the fight for fifteen her number one policy concern. i think so overarching. reality of the lives of working people a lot just in seattle but every reading the nation is the overwhelming rate of the bottom that people are facing the question of economic inequality and the question of blatant injustice you know the whole idea of the occupy movement was you know the banks that precipitated the financial collapse got bailed out and the s. and p. five hundred corporations are making historically at profits what is the rest of us are facing low wage jobs student debt and epidemic of foreclosures and all of this
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you know this sort of crucible of anger and frustration that issue fifteen dollars an hour has come to the forefront and generally encapsulated all those feelings of . frustration against the political dysfunction against the economic system and everywhere working people if specially low wage workers are talking about the need for a decent wage and seattle is in motion as well as one of the main forefront of this fight back and you can see what impact this is having this is this is not just in seattle are fifteen now camping which will last in of just long. in seattle has now a quiet national origin they've had chapters growing in many different cities many cities like davis like send francisco are talking about the old fifteen dollar minimum wage initiative and it is definitely a national issue even compared the fight for minimum wage to same sex marriage and
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marijuana legislation in the sense that it's very controversial why do you think it's so contentious. it's convention is only because of the fact that in order to achieve something close to a living wage we cannot do that by simply having nice conversations with big business and this is where wealthy it's not a question of asking them you know hey can we have a conversation over coffee and talk about the need for a living wage for workers no question of a little living wage and a question of you know can we make sure that the people who make our cities run the people who work hard every single day providing childcare providing health care reviving other human services you know driving our school buses serving our food the question of all of these people getting something close to a living wage is not separate but is completely intertwined with this question of business profits that are these the just going to come from and why have these
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wages remain so those earlier this week there was a place stunning news out of oklahoma that the governor of the state mary fallin had signed a bill that prevents oklahoma cities from establishing mandatory minimum wage laws how do you think measures like these will affect the national picture here. i think that the measure taken by the of them of governor is that of the other example that i'm really glad you mentioned that it's just clear examples of how much of a threat the political and business establishment see this movement as and they vote take action they will take actions like this the national restaurant association is in full deal or in washington state in seattle we know that then those millions of dollars are being forwarding to seattle against the fifteen dollars of effort and we know that the. big business and the super bowl you will be moving into action on this and what i think the highlight should be off
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all of this is that we have to wrap up the movement if you see governors and other political establishment people talking about clamping down on municipalities right to do this the signature send us the other start developing our movement we have to really build the fight back because that is the only thing that is going to fall is a challenge to the business as usual exactly let's talk about a grassroots campaign will work earlier this week the group filed a charter amendment to the raise the saddle minimum wage for big business employees to fifteen dollars an hour by january of next year can you detail exactly how the plan would work and how likely it is to become a reality the reason the charter amendment exists and why it was filed has everything to do with the battle for flight of this battle are moving you know this has lost the public debate on fifteen they can normally go to come out and say what they really want to say which is they want their workers to continue at poverty
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wages so the battle has moved from there to saying ok they're ok with fifteen but let's carve this out of this car that out let's you know that have to work at a lower minimum wage that's gone health care as wages all of these are as low as two week and a fifteen dollars. and come up with a swiss cheese fifteen which is what we have to reject and the only thing that will keep the city council and those cities political establishment on notice is to mill that activity out their little wage workers out that are watching and i will be lighting let's talk about small businesses you've gotten some backlash from seattle small businesses sitting at your door and their concerns and the ability to pay fifteen dollars an hour minimum wage how have you responded. also a lot of campaign last year for city council and since the day i took office we've been emphatic does this system this capitalist economy does not do more in the interests of small business as it favors the biggest the laundress the
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multinational corporations it favors the starbucks the bowings the microsoft the amazon dot com of this world and this state in washington state big business like boeing and microsoft a negative tax rate if you count all the subsidies they get light all the blood and of running the state falls on the shoulders of working people and small businesses so from from day one i love appealed to small businesses to join us in this fight against big business and demand that big business is taxed to create a subsidy for small businesses and non-profits i mean boiling god like billion dollars in subsidies i don't think the idea of a subsidy for small businesses should be that outlandish but the reality is that no is a good official or small business has joined me in in this call to fax big business and so on march fifteenth i put forward a proposal that we should give a three hour phasing for small businesses and nonprofit human services but big
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business should go to fifteen right away because they have the full and complete ability to beijing dollars an hour and not even make a slight and indebted profits so we need small businesses to join us in our efforts and i know that a few small businesses have joined fifteen now in calling for a strong fifteen dollars measure and i think that it's also incumbent upon us to ask conversations with small business owners and explain that a lot of this field mongering that is engaged in by big business by a lot of used organizations like the national restaurant association has no basis in reality every time the minimum wage was increased it has been beneficial to the local economy because when low wage workers get a little bit of spending money in their pockets they going to spend it at local businesses thank you so much for coming on trauma so i want city council members. i
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think with the corporate news you may already think hillary clinton has a wrapped up the two thousand and sixteen democratic presidential nomination and the presumptive front runner status well established comes a whole new level of scrutiny for example a washington post is examining the former secretary of state's relationship with boeing second largest defense contractor in the u.s. to discuss the details of the report as well as boeing's larger influence in washington are to political commentator sam sax sam what's up what's going on so let's take a look at more of the relationship between hillary clinton and boeing and how do they help each other while she was at the state department looking at her tenure there you see a lot of friendly deals between the two of them in what looked to be some quid pro quos so boeing wanted to sell over three billion dollars in aircraft to a russian airliner back in two thousand and nine so hillary clinton as the secretary of state went to russia and what she said she made a shameless pitch this russian airliner to buy these planes and shortly after
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after that pitch we saw boeing make a generous donation to the state department of two million dollars so the state department can move through with the. pavilion for the united states of the world's coming up world's fair in china that two million dollar donation we know according the washington post reporting raised a lot of ethical red flags at the state department whether or not they should accept this donation from a corporation whether it looks like the state department might be giving preferential treatment to boeing but someone within the state department allowed it to go through anyways we also know based on the post reporter got in two thousand and ten after that deal with it was eight in boeing got those planes you know made the deal to sell those planes to this russian airliner that the boeing made another generous donation of about nine hundred thousand dollars to the clinton foundation . of course bill clinton's foundation which is also. run partly by hillary clinton's and she's left the state department so you see
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a lot of these deals kind of being worked out while she was at the state department and it makes you wonder whether or not boeing was receiving any more preferential treatment in other corporations that weren't as generous to clinton sure as i'm but now that she has been out of the state department for a little bit do you think that we can expect the thais to continue that i think it's fairly obvious that they'll maintain close contact look the clinton political dynasty is among the most powerful in the country and boeing is the second most powerful defense contractor in the world and it looks like hillary is the front runner for president so why wouldn't boeing use the money it has in the in the influence that the supreme court has given corporations to go ahead and buy their candidate why he just doesn't boeing love hillary so much why are they so attracted to her as as a candidate who clinton represents this the new democratic wing of the party that her husband did as well and that's the sort of corporatist democrats she's the senator from new york friendly with wall street friendly with corporate america we know boeing is engaging and you had a most wanted on who's been taking on boeing in washington state which is trying to
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destroy unions and outsource labor so they might have an ally for economic reasons in hillary but foreign policy wise i mean i don't want to call boeing this war profiteer but they basically are like i said to the second largest defense contractor in the world and they make money off of war or at least the threat of war to where people have to build up their military and hillary has supported all of president obama's most hawkish actions whether it was libya she supported strikes in syria and she supports the ever growing drone campaign against al qaeda and associated forces which are good for business i mean i guess you know we saw the banks and wall street backing obama why not get boeing on a backhaul or a debate on where they are going to pick their corporation their favorite industry to back them up talk about boeing's grip on washington beyond hillary get well one way to look at them taking interest in hillary is now to do a new power in washington but to maintain the power they already have spent fifteen miller. dollars lobbying congress last year most of that money went to senator dick
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durbin the chair of the powerful defense appropriations subcommittee which handles the purse strings for the pentagon meaning they handle the purse strings for a lot of defense contracts the second leading recipient was lindsey graham the tories warhawk and we know that president obama has relied heavily on boeing to boost exports he said he's the company's top which many deserves a gold watch result terms so you know they're trying to get the next person the white house at this point thank you so much sam sachs and that's our show you guys i'm back tomorrow all over again. because the try to. see a point to make sure you don't want to feel like your it's a short do you think i'm going to. let me
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know the last oh well. a lot like that i. think so. this case is. still. sometimes for nothing which. is silly and it's just. it's not just here but still you can still be shocked if you see the state take the t.v. . but he was. playing . a sleeve. i promise. my mother that i would come here. six million
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is terrifying just imagine six million lives and so it's. the most you know i hope to search for the records of people who went missing during world war two between one hundred forty one and one hundred forty five years. you know we know where he was buried and you know. it all started with a call from grandma's cousin where you the she said a distant relative of ours had been found with the which we asked which is love to help which is love found all the records. but i feel obliged to do this it's just a when i see that i'm helping people i just feel better about myself. i'm.
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