Skip to main content

tv   Boom Bust  RT  January 30, 2018 5:30am-6:01am EST

5:30 am
by a g.p.s. tracking company wherever it gets bright are the areas of the stronger apps most active use some places seem totally black like of ghana stand for instance but we know there are american soldiers and parts of it zoom in tot all the little bright dots is where sam must hang out or to be more precise exercise it was a twenty year old student who first noticed how easy it was to find the u.s. bases this particular track looks like it logs or break into jogging route a shouldn't be able to establish any pattern of life from this far away so that's a real threat which the pentagon's admitted while only a few years ago they were happy to distribute thousands of fit bits among staff by the way there must be a number of temporary or even permanent u.s. bases that we don't know about journalists have zoomed in on areas around mosul and
5:31 am
iraq and rocca in syria we're told uncle sam is there to train and assist since the rest of iraq and syria are pretty much all black perhaps locals don't really have many of these devices so it's fair to assume that the bright spots are where americans strain others and train themselves another journalist remembered this article and scrawled all the way to the capital of somalia some heavy jorgen activity on the beach around two it looks like the reputed cia annex at mogadishu airport no one can say for sure all of this is correct but the concern is out there u.s. troops security issues aside i was going to show you the koreas how's that for a contrast but even in pyongyang there are a couple of bright zigzags could it be mr kim enjoying a bit of western technology well i bet he'll never tell. yes. several major
5:32 am
german carmakers are under fire over controversial testing methods it's been revealed they were involved in potentially hazardous experiments on humans and animals that are all over investigates. having humans inhale toxic fumes is apparently how the german automotive industry carried out its health impact research it's emerged in the media that the giants of the german car industry allegedly sanctioned experiments on both humans and animals the experiments were carried out by a now defunct research group that was funded by volkswagen daimler a big m.w. in the experiments twenty five of volunteers inhaled nitrogen dioxide but through arc in university hospital the experiments were given the ok by the universities ethics board and it's understood that there was no adverse health effects for those
5:33 am
who took part in the study however this hasn't stopped people being outraged and shocked that this was given the green light in the first place and vice according to what is known to the public the discuss that many people are feeling is absolutely understandable these tests on monkeys or even humans can in no way be ethically justified they raise many critical questions for those who are behind these tests and those questions must urgently beyond the same organization it previously found itself in the hope water for experiments on animals including forcing ten monkeys to inhale the exhaust fumes of the w.p. cell while watching cartoons the car manufacturers for their part of being quick to distance themselves from these experiments. we believe that the scientific method chosen that the time was wrong the b.m.w. group is in no way influenced by the design or methodology stuff of. he's carried
5:34 am
out on behalf of the e.u. g.t. the animal experiments in the study are superfluous and repulsive generating around four hundred iliad you wrote yearly the german also industry has come in for criticism in recent years as well as legal action over attempts to cheat all emissions tests with diesel vehicles allegations of carrying out experiments on people and animals so unlikely to improve the refutation piece or all of a sea. and all rights attorney says private industry can't be trusted not to mistreat animals in their research we can't trust these companies to be able to give any kind of meaningful assessment of whether this was the correct option we can expect these industries to be able to give any kind of meaningful cost benefit analysis given that they shown time and time again that they're willing to use it and kill animals for frivolous reasons these major industries have colluded
5:35 am
together and have successfully lobbied governments around the world including the u.s. government to basically rarely enforce and the few laws that exist to protect animals at all and so it's extremely rare that any kind of enforcement will take action even against what is in this case extreme violence against animals. there will be no russian flag or the twenty eighteen winter olympics in south korea the international paralympic committee has upheld its ban on sea russia over its allowing clean athletes to compete as neutrals two months earlier a similar decision was taken by the international olympic committee but while all eyes are on russia now allegations of doping violations surfacing elsewhere around the world. in the run up to next month's winter games the issue of doping has taken the main stage once again seeing the majority of russian athletes banned and those eligible to participate forced to compete under
5:36 am
a neutral flag and frankly at this point when you hear doping you think russia but is the problem really reserved to just the one country i'm afraid the answer is a resoundingly no and investigation conducted by a group of international researchers at two separate sporting events back in two thousand and eleven produced a rather shocking conclusion where more than two thousand and eight athletes were surveyed anonymously to encourage honest answers doping appears remarkably widespread among elite athletes and remains largely unchecked despite a logical testing the report revealed that at the thirteenth athletics world championships in south korea over forty percent of those competing emitted to doping in the past year and almost sixty percent at the pan arab games in doha whereas want to only came back with point five percent of test as positive in south korea and three point six percent at the pan arab games needless to say that is a massive discrepancy and the other surprising thing is that the research was actually funded by water and yet no one heard
5:37 am
a peep out of them about the result which they've known about for years we would note that there was a delay of nearly six years between the completion of the data collection and the publication of this paper due to negotiations between want to and i ws and subsequently between the authors regarding the authority to publish the results now it goes on to say that neither of the organizations impose restrictions on the writing of the report although i'm not sure how he thinks here delay isn't considered a restriction the president of germany's athletics federation for one was infuriated by the hold up but i think that publication has impaired the possibility of taking important measures in the n.c. deal being compared a much earlier this is more than annoying you could also call it the scandal and guess what the report was actually released months ago but i'd bet good money that you haven't heard a thing about it because first. the reason it wasn't made into nonstop breaking news is no probs were conducted and no bands were seen this was a study which of course would raise alarms with the world anti-doping agency
5:38 am
instead of pursuing it and doing further tests to determine the accuracy to try to verify or disprove the results of that study they simply blocked the publication so in my mind it's an example of the lack of transparency in the bias and the efforts to censor. studies and news that is problematic from their standpoint. on monday the world anti-doping agency opened an investigation into a potential fault found in its new sample bottles and accredited laboratory in germany has discovered the supposedly tamper proof bottles and was used last september can be manually opened after being frozen to sample taken during a doping test one of them as back up which is usually frozen the bottles are produced by the same swiss company that made those claim to have been manipulated by russia during the twenty fourteen sochi games.
5:39 am
islamic state as a military power may have been defeated in syria but the country's political crisis has yet to be resolved representatives of the syrian government and various opposition groups have got that in the russian city of soft you for a new round of peace talks. but i've got now looking at whether we're any closer to a breakthrough. dialogue has been sorely lacking in the syrian civil war in two thousand and twelve the geneva peace process was initially founded in the six years since it is achieved nothing one side or the other would go to these talks without preconditions sometimes extreme preconditions and that has to paedo good those talks this process on the other hand is designed to be more frank more open. there have already been eight or nine rounds of talks since we first came to geneva the end of twenty thirteen unfortunately the geneva process yielded no
5:40 am
results for now there's no progress the science of just shrunk back into their stances we blame the syrian government for that in its stubbornness over the political transition issues so we need a breakthrough we need an impulse that would push the geneva process further we think that this congress can pave the way for the future progress in geneva unfortunately not everyone is on board the syrian negotiation committee which represents a number of rebel groups voted to boycott. you think the way the war was going that that be interested in talking but perhaps there was pressure on them not to get involved the syrian negotiation commission agreed not to attend the sochi conference our focus remains delivering a credible political transition for syria through the un led geneva talks putin's spokesperson said it himself don't expect a breakthrough a peace treaty you re conciliation here in sochi this is not what this venue is
5:41 am
about it's just a space for the various sides in syria the various ethnicities denominations to come together and to talk about their differences not necessarily resolve them it's to get the bull rolling because what has been sorely lacking in the syrian civil war is any sort of dialogue between the warring sides between the rivals and the opponents this is intended to set up to give them an opportunity to sit down and to talk about their differences. as we just mentioned the size do not agree on many points about syria's future including for example the fate of the current president bashar al assad but despite their differences pro-government and opposition representatives agree on one thing that discussing these problems is crucial. but we are here now to negotiate or to sit in front of each other to fight each other to shout at each other to talk to each other to talk frankly we hope that here in
5:42 am
sochi we can achieve what we couldn't achieve in geneva after eight rounds of talks now the syrian government cannot just avoid these negotiations they will have to meet all the participants of the congress face to face that is a step forward that was not made in geneva it will be useful for geneva. regarding so that we should remember there are many problems both on the ground and political the syrian army with its allies has liberated large areas and eliminated terrorist leaders anyway the geneva negotiations lead to nothing in order to please other parties that happens with other negotiation platforms too and that's where sochi comes in but we shouldn't expect too much maybe some expect the situation in syria will be resolved right after a declaration when announcements in sochi but we know how politics works these negotiations are just a stage. as crypto currency is grow in value hackers are finding new
5:43 am
ways to steal them the new so-called crypto jacking method is fast becoming popular mechanism allows hackers to secretly mind crypto currency on your computer while you're watching internet or using infected applications on your smartphone it's been reported that google and you tube were exposed to such malware recently but some hackers prefer to do it the more traditional way and simply steal the digital coins from where but what it's. process idea go talk to a representative from a crypto currency exchange that suffered the biggest crypto robbery so far that was just a few days ago. today crypto is unique. crypto is empowering. crypto is on the verge of a global financial revolution crypto is a direct challenge that a world banking system allowing you to be the bank and make the money win or lose in the end crypto is bound to lead the world into the future. popular japanese
5:44 am
crypto currency exchange coin check confirmed on friday that at all the victim for the largest hack in the modern crypto currency history over four hundred million dollars or five nam's x e m tokens have been stolen now we have no foundations in this partnership coordinator make. to get some clarity on the situation mikael how could a secure trading platform come under such an attack. so it is very important to distinguish two points here from one side if you speak about a number of course it is a more secure form but if we speak about the trading platform the exchange as they didn't use any security measures that we provided to them and this allowed hikers to easily deal this money mikhail so what's the status on the tokens and has there been any luck in locating the hackers. all the money are known on
5:45 am
them blog chain and we track them and we die exam. as for legal matters of course hackers should be prosecuted and we give it to an f.s.a. and to a japanese authorities to find and prosecute them has this affected them scheme unity in any way what's the chatter like. name can mean give us always drapes and we saw support from people all the time but sometimes such an unfortunate even should happen to really give a good test to our community and real education is happening. people are getting good advice on how to secure their funds well you've heard of the new paradigm of global finance and global crypto security but we can only hope we can learn from our mistakes and have a safe future. go. joining us here on r.t. international it is a busy day for worldwide headlines we are back at the top of the i'm
5:46 am
a. spiritual people have been saying about rejected in the senate it's full on. the only show i go out of my way to find you know what it is that really packs a punch oh yeah it is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same we are apparently better than two thousand and six and see if anybody would ever heard of love jack tonight i'm president of the world bank so. i'm going to. send us an email. the local blogs sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles that will. produce
5:47 am
offspring to tell you that will be gossip and tabloid lifestyles of the most important news today. off the bad guys and tell me you are not cool enough to buy their products. all the hawks that we along with all the walking. hey everybody i'm stephen bob. taft hollywood guy will suspect every proud american first of all i'm just george bush and r.v.'s to say this is my buddy max famous financial guru just a little bit different i've got a abraham lincoln high no no no no the up with all the drama happening in our country i'm shooting the road have some fun every day americans call it. took to the store to bridge the gap this is the great american people.
5:48 am
across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies to me to people this is with simple song alone even some company guess will elsewhere they invite private companies to take over the utilities anybody tell us that opel. allowed for miss you guys who got booked but you buy them the going to go buy ben pieces of us to quote them out open it up or offer some more you're not above the left bill brought up locals are ready to stand up for the basic human right of access to water it's about water but it's also over much more a lot it's about the hurt and the redistribution of all or was to worse on their date downwards the one dollar will.
5:49 am
you keep. one fact. i mean if you. get some in december morning and i'm on a bus headed down south from chinatown new york there breathless driver speeds up on the ice who really it's i'm traveling across the states in a snowstorm because of
5:50 am
a book. written over dishpan of twenty years back and forth from the mining areas to eastern kentucky the book by italians corner. is a monumental collection of moral history it tells the struggle of the words males to round mining of coal when any grants were to come to the area to work well paid but often has faded jobs the book tells the story of harlan county that's where i'm going. to bury. this repast. own. land.
5:51 am
i'm headed to the depot mary kom of course. i want to see what's left of the. three years since this first base is now that the us is shifting to major and gas and coal mines for shutting down one after another i do not expect to find a lively city when i drive into hard i find a ghost of a city where people are stuck like car terse and black and white. their stories and their. have not changed much from those recorded by pushed. research and that they are leaving me in this journey round. the
5:52 am
world. with. well we really don't know what he'll be. back would have been thirty. plus at least to it we. were. no ma'am. and way from their place now. appalachian man but. appalachian male meat eating. its.
5:53 am
prime are summer fall. are shallow. i got married when i. was sixteen years old and my husband was seventeen years old and lead me in myriad about six months then he went into the mountains and then six months after that down in the went to court accident. i had two week old son. lady lived down the street here only. killed. vertebra that no one hit really. know. where no. company wants to cold real it's gorgeous at all for the coal ready for the
5:54 am
christmas they would in there always. suck the whole milk but done it was done it wasn't bad that it was. killed it missed. no it much. to three the boat that lot get one through till it. shielded it that even if you see it there i would say oh. i. feel. i find remnants of the mining history or longer memories of the casualties in the hard labor are alive in the stories told by the young and the like their nest had
5:55 am
to crowd the glory of collective struggle and hard work paid off. speaking to the local scene dusty barson saloons he conceded their life was and still is mine mine's harder now. relief their collective legend and whether played a part where said when private sector survives the war it disappearing before day i ask for those prices. in their supply branded a bit of a work first reraises gunshy up but first you have like i went six of them at meyers grill. it was work and i got them as my grandpa grandma a six awful sweater. but
5:56 am
being told you don't want the only. woman. in ever lady made home a and at it. he always had because you know now we face the life that you'll say. going through. you won't want to hear that there's no water in the mine and soon you would have to drown through water it would get it over your knees and. the horses would have to pull through the homeowners from there and then they would lay to balfour's for tracks sometimes when they'd run out of traffic people here named were you know anywhere. there's nothing for him
5:57 am
today and there have been all the young pay for the turning to. alcohol. and. if it were some one would have a state and. say our government would get interested in this place this part of kentucky i think we. could make it but if they don't. never die. out for dos in this say you know that.
5:58 am
this is a pop. eight point seven b.n. t.v. to downtown weisberg this is something bring in sin arcade until ten o'clock tonight so i'm talking with some of the best music of two thousand and thirteen playing the song but all. is holding it's all.
5:59 am
in one thousand nine hundred i was the first woman to work in this one particular mine and my job was what they called the belt boy and then they started calling me the belt person because i was a female so when i was going to ground everybody would be kind of gathered to see this. women coming out of the mines you know and then i remember my face will be all black but the coldest since i was a little bit vain so i would have a handkerchief and i would wipe my face off before i would come outside so it be all clean. so that it but the guys would always be looking for me to come out because it was just so amazing i guess to them to see a woman working in the mines molding for it's all proved. more inform on malo now.
6:00 am
i remember when i was in high school i loved the earth science i love the mountains all of anything he was brock's and my earth science teacher back then said there's going to be eight hundred years of coal and when he said that that's when things were good you know where everybody was working like the guys that worked in the mines they always had the nice cars like the camaro i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. we. did what.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on