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this year it comes as the two leaders met at the world economic forum in davos and also comes amid rumors of a breakdown in the relationship between the two countries if you. like you. say. for sure what a great. question for getting into. whether rumor or not what is real is that twenty seventeen saw a real strain in the so-called special relationship. is the only way. to reason made don't focus on me focus on the destructive radical islamic terrorism that is taking place within the united kingdom we're doing just fine and perhaps a change of heart by president trump in order to repair that relationship he's indicated that he's willing to apologize for retreating britain first if you're
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telling me that the harpy people horrible racist people i would certainly apologize if you'd like me to do that i know nothing about that previous announcement of a potential visit by trump has provoked a backlash amongst british politicians i would not wish to issue. to speak in the. previous report suggests that mr trump himself postponed a potential visit to the u.k. because he didn't want to be greeted by huge protests and attitudes he really changed a recent poll suggests that more than half fifty six percent of brits don't want president trump to visit if donald trump comes to the u.k. he will hold the biggest protest in british history he will be mad by a million of us at times in a citizen's arrest of him for incitement of racial hatred we spoke to one of the anti trump pro. organizers it's
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a bit disappointing that trump will be visiting and the prime minister treat him a has has agreed to meet with him it's not completely surprising to be honest but it's disappointing you know to meet lee and he's accountable to the electorate and i think the population of britain has more than made its views clear in the fact that we don't want trump to visit we cannot stand his views he's no racist tweets that he's come out with his racist policies he's going to come here that that's going to happen we can't do anything about that but whilst he's here we know we will ensure that we hand him you know every step he takes in this country we will be there telling him what we think of him and telling him what we think of his policies should president trump visit go ahead britain's security agencies could be getting ready for some of the biggest protests to rock this city since the visit of george w. bush in the wake of the iraq war a sally r.t. in london. long term stated in davos that the u.s. is open for business and it seems part of that plan is taking aim at the
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competition the president said no country should be dependent on energy providers well as secretary of state's going even further directly criticizing the north stream to pipeline over fears that it will increase european reliance on russia. my administration is also taking swift action in other ways to restore american confidence and independence we are lifting self-imposed restrictions on energy production to provide affordable power to our citizens and businesses and to promote energy security for our friends all around the world no country should be held hostage to a single provider of energy like paul in the united states opposes the north stream to pipeline we say it is undermining europe's overall energy security and stability . it provides russia yet another tool to politicize it or jeers
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a political tool known stream to you is a major pipeline project designed to pump russian natural gas into europe but it's something of a divisive project nordic and baltic countries of race concern that it would weaken the european energy security germany and austria that support the project and the need for cheaper gas supplies political analyst mattie's dog thinks that the u.s. is targeting the european and he market. in the america first policy of president traveling in so far as the united states wants to export their. conventional gas elegy liquefied natural gas to the european market the european market is also one of the. quite a big target if the security is not in danger when we have the second string of not st thats for sure you know i mean russia pipeline system and the whole you know
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infrastructure is more dependent on europe that europe is headed toward russia so we already reached energy security it's only the question who has you know the biggest share in the market. as anchor rolled its tanks into syria clashes broke out between police and protesters at an antiwar rally in the german city of cologne. thousands of people showed up at that demonstration they were demanding and withdraw from syria's region where turkey is carrying out what it calls an antiterrorism operation at some point to stop the gathering of the banned kurdish militia flags appeared similar demonstrations also held in london protest seven civilians were reportedly killed in the recent strike. related to pictures from the
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ground show the aftermath of that attack it's feared the airstrikes may have claimed even more lives with people believed to be trapped under rubble witnesses claim the turkish aerial bombardments were targeting residential areas. there are no military zones here all of them are civilian areas and the civilians were asleep it was nothing they bombed even though there are no soldiers here we are all civilians. a lot michele from about twenty five meters away shrapnel landed on my hand and wanted to know why they were shelling civilians. turkey says that it's conducting an antiterrorism operation against kurdish militia in africa the offensive supported by several anti syrian government groups in the areas they hold are marked on our map in green the turkish military claims that almost four hundred kurdish an eyesore fighters have been killed since the operation began the un those raising concern it claims five thousand people have
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fled the area since the conflict started nevertheless the turkish leader as repeatedly vowed to expand the operation and most recently claimed that it would be extended all the way to the iraqi border. you know you don't we're going to continue the olive branch operation until we achieve our goals and then as promised to clear month beach of terrorists after that will continue i was struggling up to the iraqi border until no terrorists are left. prison ad around who we saw just there says that turkey will push on woods to the city of man beach and then further to the east towards the iraqi border the move would not only mean an all out offensive against syrian kurds but it could also threaten u.s. personnel who are stationed in the area turkish foreign ministers urged the u.s. to immediately withdraw from each. american troops they've been assisting the local kurds in their. operation with
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a pentagon official recently announcing the creation of a thirty thousand strong border security force in the region now this was to be comprised largely of kurds something that infuriated ankara and it prompted them to launch than attack on kurdish positions in syria the us secretary of state rex tillerson later backtracked on the idea he said officials had misspoken and the plans had been misrepresented and two were activist richard becker says washington's behavior can be explained by the fact that it's now between two allies but we have what appears to be a somewhat intractable contradiction between the u.s. interest in syria and the u.s. interest in nato and so this is something that trying to find a way out of but it's very difficult given the fact that it was the united states along with turkey saudi arabia france britain which caused the destabilization of syria and led to the present circumstances and the united states and the other hand is tied in with the y.p. g.
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forces inside syria who have been the main fighting forces that the u.s. has been allied with in the battle against isis but more than that to maintain a u.s. presence inside syria which the u.s. military has been declaring is there for indefinitely is the news out thanks for staying with us here on r.t. more news after this short break. here's what people have been saying about rejected in. full. the only show i go out
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of my way to. really packed a punch. is the john oliver of our two year marriage good to see we are apparently better than. the c. people you've never heard of. jack to the next president of the world bank very. seriously send us an e-mail. back at least ninety five people have been killed and more than one hundred sixty injured after a large explosion rocked the afghan capital kabul that's according to reports citing interior ministry officials local journalist reports from the ground. we
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understand at this stage the attacker was in an ambulance he had said he had a patient and he was stopped at the second checkpoint by the police force the attack took place right in the heart of kabul this is not very far from the swedish embassy from the european union from the in the nietzschean embassy and from the high peace council which is down the road. this constant issue of security and intelligence breaches the area where the attack took place is less than one hundred meters from the office of the police chief of kabul less than twenty meters away from key afghan intelligence facilities once the area is cleared in once the dust settles unfortunately we will be hearing that a lot of those killed ordinary people who are simply the only breadwinners for their families and the people of afghanistan continue to suffer as they continue to bear the brunt of this conflict at
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a time when we also see all sides intensifying the war and this is the latest in a wave of deadly terrorist attacks that have hit afghanistan recently dozens of people losing their lives at the hands of various extremist groups that earlier in the week are militants attacked a save the children office that was in the city of jalalabad shortly after a car bomb exploded outside the premises of the six people were killed dozens more injured eisel claimed responsibility for the attack and then last saturday a group of terrorists targeted a luxury hotel in kabul that killed at least twenty two the taliban said it was behind the atrocity political analyst says the afghan security forces lack a coherent strategy in fighting numerous terror groups. the situation is getting from bad to worse the security and afghan security forces are unable you know to have a proper strategy or plan for curbing terrorism not only in kabul city but all over
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afghanistan and now that we are heading towards a spring. in the next two three months probably insurgent attacks will increase in afghanistan and you might end up losing if you provinces to the hands of taliban the international community. headed by the us government and failed strategies we have seen incidents in iraq we have seen you know the setting situation in libya in other countries and for the past sixteen seventeen years we have been witnessing these foot strategies in afghanistan i don't thing you know they have a strategy for afghanistan. and you british satire called the death of stalin a spot much debates in russia with some claiming that the film distorts history others though say it's just a comedy this is culture ministry's bang in the movie i was in madrid screening anyway leading to
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a police raid he's done of reports from the cinema. when asked if this british movie follows the last days and death of joseph stalin as well as the political infighting that ensued so why is it having a problem here in russia it's not about style in themselves but it is about the timing the showing of this movie was supposed to coincide with the anniversary of the battle of stalingrad it was one of the most decisive moments in the second world war and it bloodiest battle and since this movie is dark comedy it is showing in a rather satirical way some of the people that made this victory for russia in that war possible so some are saying that this movies is a bit insensitive for the veterans and those who cherish the memories of the great
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patriotic war many elderly people will perceive it as an offensive mockery of the soviet past the country that conquered fascism and most disgusting the victims of stalinism we don't have censorship we're not afraid of critical assessment of our history. such movies shouldn't even get into russia they shouldn't be discussed just don't let them be shown. i'm ready to come to the cinemas where the film will be shown to speak to those who but take it the film is a provocation that might add fuel to the fire so the russian ministry of culture decided to revoke the license of the movie when it comes to public opinion well it's played some agree that some may find the timing a bit insensitive others are saying it's art it's not intended to be story accurate and that people probably shouldn't be taking it too seriously it's just a black comedy what distortion in songs are people talking about. it is brilliant i
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think such films should be shown on primetime t.v. . this film is from the tragic fast protest genre and shouldn't see it from the viewpoint of historical accuracy a few months ago a russian movie found itself and i. dentical situation the film called matilda was telling the story of the last russian tsar nicholas the second and his love affair with a ballerina and the reason that movie faced so much opposition both from the politicians and from ordinary people in the street is because according to the russian orthodox church nicholas the second is a saint so some details of his personal of his love life could be disturbing to a religious person in russia the outcome of that story was the movie was allowed to be shown and people had a chance to make up their own mind while the fate of the death of stalin remains in limbo he goes down the. aisle because you brought it tonight thanks for staying with us here this evening on all tailback in half an hour with the lights news.
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lead to a one story she using a depressive rage but it's a job of. exchange so let me say this next it is a good in this business sense this week we've done just. that was pretty hard with the market value of. the upper in the last. word so we'll mostly we're going to my wall so we will put
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you know one of the most up and will push it out so. painful thank you for. joining us again and you can go on the scouts more of the new cooks believe it. g.t.e. easy should resign if you look stage. he was wasn't that much. of the secret of the wind machine do you can you get other coolies up when you. did to miss told him i saw this mission. you. i am ecstatic this is because a report throw your hands up in the air honey badger don't care yeah it's all about the north america because the conference here in miami florida is still here but
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yes as max badger don't care about basically the shrieking and the resistance honey badger markets keep on going up and up and up honey badger in the tech sector is like booming tech sector even though all in silicon valley is like donald trump is horrible and we have hitler ruling the country now well here's a tweet from tim cook about tim cook the c.e.o. of apple tim cook tells cramer jim cramer of c n.b.c. apple's massive investment plan was made largely possible by the new g.o.p. tax law so you know apple announced and as we covered that they're going to be investing billions of dollars in the u.s. for a new headquarters just like amazon and they're also going to hire like tens of thousands of people on huge salaries yeah well trump is making america great again and he's
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doing the job that obama failed to do because obama is what america sees itself as in their dreams donald trump is america as it actually is obama is a fantasy trump is reality and he's doing what you'd expect a seasoned businessman to do cut all the nonsense out of the mix bring jobs back and i've been saying this since the election since before the election i have been saying this since before the election and i'm not ashamed to say when you say bringing jobs back you don't mean steve jobs no not in corporate could not in physical form but. his spirit lives of the apple campus so the other campus new headquarters being developed of course is for amazon we've covered that they had like two hundred thirty eight cities across the united states and some in canada as well pitching for the second headquarters but they promise to invest five billion dollars and create twenty thousand jobs well that two hundred thirty eight
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states is spend now cities spend now narrowed down to twenty cities including here in miami amazon unveils twenty city finalists for h q two expects to create fifty thousand jobs in winning city so miami is one of them los angeles atlanta austin boston columbus dallas raleigh north carolina you know it's all happening these are huge corporations a huge job of the underlying inference you know the capitalist model in america is still broken in many ways that's why big going to the currencies are doing so well because of the relationship between the oligarchs and the suckle banks but because it's doing great to cryptocurrency is doing great too eventually one of these big bang moves in the platform space like an amazon will have to succumb to bitcoin and a lot of you know millions of people with crypto will instantly become another huge
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around the mega billionaires and that's where the power is being distributed to the masses. you know one of the requirements for these cities that he's going to choose you know jeff bezos of amazon is going to choose one city where they'll put these h.q. to it is to have an international airport so you obviously see overhead that we have a lot of planes flying over this is a very international city on the list of course is washington d.c. and i reckon this this whole it's kind of like a game show we have a game show president a reality t.v. show president this is just all an act i think you. jeff bezos bought a massive house like twenty thirty million dollars house in washington d.c. in the past year i think we know where h.q. too is going to be i think he's planning on spending a lot of time in washington d.c. because he now owns the washington post he wants to be like that kay graham or whoever that woman who owned out the washington post and she said hold the salons
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and have all republican and democrat senators and and legislators all at her house and have these private salons and control the narrative right well you know it's free market com competition basically which is what you want you want competition that's the greatest thing you could ever achieve in our economy is free market competition and let america craddick cream rise to the top centrally planned governments do not work we've seen that time and time again and you know basically the animal spirits have been unleashed by john paul krugman it was number one on trump's list of fake news sources over there at the york times deserves that award prognostications about trump dead wrong again the guy doesn't understand technology doesn't understand politics doesn't understand economics and he's done it's right for him to be number one in the list of fake news outlets the new york times paul krugman thank you donald trump excellent call well you know we are at the big conference and one of the biggest naysayers about the coin has been paul krugman
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but you know for a look many in our audience were not even born during the first dotcom boom so paul krugman famously did say that the internet was a fad it will have her be huge that the facts will be a bigger industry than the internet so you know this same guy is still like people still you know quote him with a straight face as if his prognosis on what will happen with bitcoin is something to even listen to paul krugman is like i would equate him to the positive bacteria in your stomach you know there's you need some of the and negative bacteria every need some parasites in the economy to. take care of some of the other parasites he's a parasite but he's not worthless he has worth as a parasite so paul krugman continued being parasitical you're worthless not worth a nobel prize but you do have some value i also want to say because we were just talking about the washington post one thing i do want to note is that while we're here at the bitcoin miami conference there are so many mexicans here and there is
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they've flown up from mexico and they keep approaching us and saying you've changed my life you know you're huge in mexico and there's another coinciding story going on with the washington post where they're saying that this show report is basically throwing the election that is coming up on july first in mexico simply because we interview if you look at our one thousand one hundred eighty something gaffes that we've had on our show they're all hetero docs you know economists opinion makers and alice is like we you can go you can get paul krugman he's orthodox people like that's the mainstream media that's their opinion that's what the neo liberal economists think that's what you can get on the washington post new york times n.b.c. you can get that opinion there we cover heterodox opinions and we've talked to this guy john miller ackerman who is heterodox thinker he doesn't think he thinks outside the mainstream the mainstream is of course neo liberal economics and nafta
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and all that stuff is greed and everything's great for the mexican worker and he said a different opinion but it's just speaking to a different opinion who i don't even know while the candidates are in mexico how it might even like it have any say in what's happening there yeah there is a lot of news stories in mexico right now claiming that max kaiser the kaiser report is interfering with the mexican election and i can prove that propaganda and false very very simply not a single mexican journalist try to contact me for a comment i was recently in mexico city for the express purpose of talking to journalists about this allegation contacted me so this is pure. propaganda which uses symbols and they use catch phrases and they in the rush is a hot mean right now to smear anyone who's trying to do an honest living and therefore they whip that out and the masses will go in that direction as long as they are misinformed and educated trolls and dolts as you find out there all over
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the world but i can prove it's propaganda as i just did brilliantly thank you very much well final wrap up on that amazon story the second headquarters article here asks like what does the winner gets one of these cities that wins if it's not washington d.c. well according to amazon h.q. two will be a complete headquarters for amazon not just a satellite office the company plans to invest over five billion dollars and grow the second headquarters to accommodate as many as fifty thousand high paying jobs they do know that well according to amazon their investments just been in the past five years or few years in seattle and in the west coast. they have basically. grown the economy by thirty eight billion dollars there because of these high paying jobs look the tradeoff has always been workers vs the market wall street versus main street wall street's been winning now for ten twelve thirteen years it's about time for main street to start winning again make america
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great again that does mean however that inflation and wage inflation will creep back into the economy which means that the bond market the sovereign bond market is probably going to crash sometime in the next six to twelve months and that will be having a profound impact on the economy and markets so look for that but that's the trade off i mean it's time for main street to participate now and that means that the market on wall street going to ok and here's another story that i wanted to cover is not really related to the amazon and apple story but it is kind of related to bitcoin and the crypto currency markets because in australia they're really cracking down on. you know cryptocurrency in bitcoin and they don't want people to have their own sovereignty so this is an interesting headline this is kind of like the genesis of what has how big queen was birth is having your own sovereignty s m s f drive household debt to one of the highest in the world according to you b.s. the closely tracked australian household debt to income ratio has now reached the
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two hundred percent level and analysts at u.b.s. said they were increasingly concerned about rising pressure among borrowers the increase was due to the australian bureau of statistics revision to include self managed super and you ation debt yeah well this is setting up australia and other economies around the world for the next leg of the massive global financial crisis and never want to weigh that it didn't thousand and eight because there was never any reform there was simply a bail out of the creditors and they were given more debt and more credit to expand the bubble to new epic proportions the difference with this crash coming soon now in the banking sector and in the sovereign debt market will be that instead of governments printing money to bail out these institutions they will engage in what are called bail in that is that direct confiscation of money we've already seen a test case with wells fargo bank here in the united states they test case this
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process by stealing money out of millions of accounts of all started they stole money like this like a common thief because of course they're terrorists and have a comment about that wells fargo but you know you've seen them pulling to ten can do to a man and they were just going down the road to steal people's money and oh did i speak out of turn so wrapping up on this story because we only have thirty seconds left i want to say this house high household debt two hundred percent of g.d.p. will constrain further borrowing in the future we've talked about this in the past what are they going to do with the next financial crisis are they going to have this you know s.t.r. is the i.m.f. going to come in and roll everything up is going to be gold it could be crypto currency and. and look i don't i didn't mean to threaten anybody it was just metaphor i'm a poet that's why i'm popular in the rap community stay there for the second because i've got a fantastic interview coming your way don't go.


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