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i've observed events of the past few years and asked myself several times what's going on in my native germany. merely of refugees. u.s. intelligence agencies indiscriminately listening in on german citizens of the government. and once again judgments exit east. asians from various political parties and various independent experts and journalists little effort to understand just how independent germany really is when it comes to decision making. whether it acts on its own national interests ok or is out someone else's will. credit as one of the basic instruments to drive an economy but it can also lead to tragedy i did it i took the whole gist i came to god and meant that the debts tie came and it was spiraling out of control. many lives have been broken by excessive
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debt and the banks got you into trouble and all the big bankers can't be. on the government the banks but i didn't think of the ordinary man and the last morning through the back under don't buy creditors people see no future bad face have become ill get into job your relationship breaks down here become a casualty is debt a life long trip or is there a way out of those actually come to bed covering a wooden reichl to ditch a bill for. a few sandwiches. without us is a stronghold for puerto rico's independent party. only
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. you. know. the caribbean island which was annexed by the u.s. in eighty ninety eight is about to elect a new governor. many young people have turned out before. bruce wants to make us. want to take another one. i am a. little mass to seventy percent that's. trying . to look at it look at least in the long run it. has been passed bringing austerity measures to overcome the crisis. a federal
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american board is supposed to govern puts a rico. is the independent candidate she's determined to defy washington and many view the federal board as a humiliation in six innings and he can be a little bit is set up i would have simply look at his ability to be that it will go to. the ceiling easily this is it is still can and this is. a desolate and yes it needs to do something about the economy and if i can you give something up on the stimulus. part of the u.s. has poverty and debt levels as high as puerto rico.
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i knew what. it would be. i think i. was. paralyzed that public debt is sixty six billion euros i record in the history of the united states. to its status as a free associated state the island doesn't have the same rights as other states that's why it's not allowed to declare bankruptcy. that's the paradox of put a rico its citizens are american but the territory is treated differently.
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by. the. finances to pay back its debts to american creditors. since that announcement. of the federal. dissipating. friend still. given. the.
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privatizing public institutions tax increases strikes. middle class children are affected the most.
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but the future. of the country's biggest public. budget cuts. students and lecturers have been
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affected by austerity for five years the university already owes five million euros no for the same of the serial the modern now let us see this you know many data. set aside the way i see you. here but i think reality others are at it by. the us is enough but i certainly feel nothing field in the us you guys get it that way i know. nothing of the family to. be counting my business on it so that it doesn't fit into my living room looking like the last of. it looks it was a big thing not going to listen to something a little more something that was like a little bit of a good thing i can cause. by twenty three and no longer receives
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a university scholarship. to complete studies she had to take out a six thousand dollars loan. that was going to see. the same resentment and also be seen. as a good. morning to getting. like inside. the public university isn't the only one affected by the austerity policy. fifty kilometers from the capital school had to shut down in twenty forty and her aunt was a teacher that. she still has the keys to the school. you're kidding i think now that you. know to say.
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and. finally the sun doesn't pass and you get lost at sea and i'm. going. to go get into. that. somewhat. of a poem. about again not a lot of it out there i don't know a lot of these. couples a lot of what. we don't get to use now most. of the daily month. when you don't cost me fifi. the moment to go out i have to give you what you want to see it done you don't you think we can we were no biggie so you know
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maybe it's. my little secrets audio tape on top of his unite good stick with us so you know. because of its debt the government has already closed down one hundred fifty schools on the island off of the sped so far worry about their future. symbols and quite a lovely idea there sit them on. a test and get to see this our young daughter him they found out about them by pro and. tyson localizing. he says. the school closures have added to. idlers village now seems to.
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capital industry and tourism had long been the. development engine. but eradicating tax benefits for american companies drove the ricoh into crisis its unemployment is twice as high as the usa is. how do you know. they don't want them. to repay our student loan hardly as a social worker. potato as a week she helps seniors in need. when you add them along that. any. day. i can say i. also see.
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he. is sixty eight years old and he doesn't receive a pension he still works as a painter. was not. going to. work.
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boy it's if it was a big idea i hope we'll see you stay asleep be in the ten men down to the last and maybe out. the same bottle won't be in time. damn i need to get up a little bit anyhow simple going out and gamble play then get on my towel off and put something close to enough good looking woman in a possible we. may see i don't want to see you i'm still at the scene the x.x.x. . zero zero zero zero you know. we might need to move seats here for the plot holes yet complete twenty. points to you know if you don't think magnificent. some place from which is much more food i can say many say russian people they're
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really nice and princely and i might the foreigners feel welcome in russia it's all very interesting very good because the food was dusty it is not a very enjoyable place to be in the military from a pay poll my son come to the lose you've had a number one over to be so amazing with me someplace you go through the state due to punch those days also i mean most people the last year were very sad that happened here which of those still think still. here's what people have been saying about rejected a night with us actually just full on awesome the only show i go out of my way to launch you know what it is that really packs a punch oh please yampa is the john oliver of hearty americans do the same we are apparently better than blue the things that i see people you've never heard of love redacted tonight my president of the world bank so take. me through it.
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send us an email. handshake at the g. twenty is now part of history well the reading appeared to go well both presidents said so moving forward on this bilateral relationship is problematic. are the u.s. and russia destined to be. thank. you young lecturer giovanni is handing out hot meals on the rio piedras campus. there's a long line he hands out hundreds of meals every day and. we're . going to get in with.
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the program on him. going to a lot of. the flamenco phenomena for him and. also. ruth and adrian the two young activists here as well. again. and. really easy to have been able to put. up another we haven't. really. this year ruth wasn't able to find a job she lives on three hundred fifty euros in public assistance.
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by. the chemical our society going to from the moment. in the film i think the main party. people will be in. you know. a few hours later the city comes to a standstill. the island experiences
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a power outage. at the university counseled. the public electric company is the business with the biggest to put a rico. power outages have affected rural areas. even. without.
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ruth has lived in this fifteen square meter room with a roommate for a year it's the best solution of some one. just as high as in american cities. better. hard for some from alaska. to know about and. i mean. obviously. they're afraid that the power outage might last several days. a roommate want to buy food these are. still open thanks to a standby generator. that anything about.
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you know. from your home. in puerto rico everything is more costly than in the u.s. on average twenty percent. enough. to capitalize law requires that the. american ships. blessing for the u.s. much and navy which supplies percent of all food.
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without this law will put a rico could save a billion dollars a year. this year a new austerity measure was added. to the island increased consumer tax. seventy percent to put to rico's public debt is in american investment funds. which received tax benefits for the loans. and you action group has denounced the island's colossal debt for several months it speaks gun blames the us for much of it.
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seemed. cool. by guns initiative is seeking to cut the debt. it's trying to prove that it all came a belt illegally. for my. love interest in the puerto rico prohibit me from the monitor and i know. that all. are a few months ago. when people see almost as. oh yes i remember. the dead be partially counseled. in the meantime the crisis is worsening.
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a few kilometers from the capital ruth with it's a grandmother. carbon is ninety and lives in her house alone. she's been a social worker her whole life. has. no job and feels for a pension the public pension fund is empty. one of the would have been out of my head. i thought i had. to give. them but i mean what else. you're going to. be. most of comments children who fled the crisis by moving to the
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us. it's that enjoying. ok. then. new york. nobody like a yes i mean where do you go. the part that he could never. make it but. i guess we have a. media that i meant. by yeah. that's you know. better to. be with. another guy may. be you could do. better i mean what the.
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man who went out. in an american passport is the last resort sort ruth doesn't like a tall gentleman will say oh my god you know. what i know. either way but i mean. we're going to gain a game where you. only a few shows who dream of independence. day american passports triumphs. more and more put a rican to leave the island actor is among them. he's waiting for his flight from some one airport.
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every day to. one hundred put a recurrent migrate to the u.s. it's the greatest migration crisis in the island's history place. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around corporate corporations run washington or washington controls the media the media the voters elected the businessman to run this country business equals power
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you must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before . i've observed events of the past few years and asked myself several times what's going on in my native germany . millions of refugees. u.s. intelligence agencies indiscriminately listening in on german citizens of the government. and once again german tanks at least. from various political parties and various independent experts and journalists in an effort to understand just how independent germany really is when it comes to decision making. whether it acts on its own national interests. someone else will.
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be a. little. bit. on the. by then got a session on that. by then is assessed the long. haul. not said and. done more. so that. you know so it was if you have the multiple injuries among. them to keep sophie home most of the above shows your you know mars on the phone to call on the feeling of complete professional services say yes but i'm going to put
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in a moral sense of what my. let me. just say. this.
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