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ago news came out that the united states is considering taking cityscape. to its witness protection program solely in a sort of an alleged crime happened in the u.k. and they're getting witness protection in the unit in the u.s. and that he isn't going on that he isn't given that officially isn't given is that the united states would be the best place to prevent further isolation at them so yes it is good but i think that it's probably the best place will never find out exactly when there's a confluence of these people mark do we know that it's said again and you want to go to the united states can they be compelled to go to the united states will we ever see them in front of a microphone where we will you ever be able to visit her family in russia again just like jeremy corrigan peter the only reason that you would question any of this is because that you are attacking the united kingdom as part of the russian spin machine that is that is what the british labor party leader jeremy corcoran was accused of doing by the british foreign minister just a little truth is enough for
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a priority here if you deem it right well i know the truth is not of importance i think basically you are all needing what happened there was not poisoning it was a tag against the united kingdom by the russian president figuration president of chemical weapons and mark is right you know there is a. romance in russia you know you would prefer i was questioned by the british police. not just eighteen wheeler a barge you know before go into that head to the u.k. we know one of the versions that the poison was that buckwheat that was brought to screen and he was on his order from russia so you know the police asked him did you notice anything which you said nothing special just when i went to buy this block of the nearby store there was putin in person send it to me because that was the only weird thing that i noticed it was kind of strange. actually you know it we can
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make jokes about that but the implications of the story are immense and it is of lack of legitimacy in the british government to tell the truth there actually are victims in this saga first of all it's the pats there's a cat that's that there's a guinea pig that they want to skip over that but they deal victim is the relationship between russia and the west and the british authorities have obviously chosen route of confrontation with russia they are going they're willing to go to to accuse russia without a new evidence not present again yet in the in the court in front of the international community can go it blinking going to be doing their job for though in the rule of law the presumption of innocence innocence before proven guilty and we're going through the the right to dissent it has to be said that the pets died not because of some mysterious nerve agent but because the british government killed them cremated exactly right through to for whatever reason of them yes you
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know a lot of other government because we don't have a fifteen minute memory here let's let's recall that we were told that they were the british soil was attacked by a military grade nerve agent a secret soviet military grade nerve agent that just happened to be on a british spy drama earlier in the last year that is ten times more powerful than the v.x. a military grade that we were told the new york times called it the nerve agent to deadly to use right the telegraph said we should just let them die anybody sometimes when it comes to what. we what we have an explanation for this because of in politico years dan because who is purported to be a chemical weapon and security expert he came up with all kinds of reasons why they could have survived they could have been wearing gloves all three of them it could have been raining it wasn't. and they could have washed their hands
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afterwards had magically the nerve agent just disappeared this is you know this technology is really our house and i get it so i can't kill the whole of each day but also rylance are you sure it is a good match we're just watching your cans from the military's create all different kinds in qualities of nerve agent so not only did the russian government commit an attack on a retired old swapped a spy who had already served time in prison and off the record i mean any party had been squeezed by the f.s.b. had been squeezed but not only did they kill him with a super secret soviet nerve agent that would point to a glowing trail back to russia but they did it with a sob lethal dose that all three of them survived to this is what we are supposed to mean when you could destroy the conclusion that this was a publicity stunt to drive a certain agenda and many of those engineers are on the failure of the me
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government to deal with briggs it. the failure of her own policies among the population as far as public opinion polls and being able to use the they try to tried in. phobia that always want to we want to talk about a spin machine let's talk about this mission with boris johnson all right when he still lost it all for he said he still is really not that at least in the army were given to the public in the world and saying that it was certainly attributed to russia by the porton down scientists who then later contradicted this that was not a lie though that was he misspoke it was a mistake if he exaggerated slightly it was an. overstatement or a gaffe just take your choice that is a spin machine. i'll take he's incompetent indeed you know the problem was that the perry war is yours. and said that he knew that these weapons were made in russia
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and that this was made or imprisoned which is order he expressed any expression who threw it down to the border tree he said that they told him to guy the guy told him right and it was simply just a brutal liable to see and then they had to do that yes that's one of the if they did it i mean you know they did their own tweet us to over up what they said also what happened when the destroyed they knew moles when they didn't come to their calls for several days because they didn't know pigs died of starvation well you know you had a police officer standing next to the door for a number of days and he never gets to the points and exactly i don't know if that is not if that is not put in with the evidence then would else he said picture we have to find out what happened. we don't know the official version i'm going to the secret eventually becomes public knowledge but when that eventuality will happen
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whether it was a ten years from now is it twenty years from now is it fifty years from now is a big question there's a little footnote to this the british are actually seeing the never apply used in to do it to the so-called no each of their so they keep thinking. they came back to life for a moment i was there i mean i think we're going to have a defining and into exactly. why they're saying they didn't use the internet because he thought the kevin into that they would have to produce new york and they're claiming that it never actually got that we don't know what happened here and we may never know right because no real evidence the only evidence we have is is from the out regis law is of that we believe that it got there was any poisoning the most incredible story i have read most of alabama blog says that the effects of seafood poisoning act very much like a nerve agent like this read it for yourself it's at least more credible than the british government's version of what i know will happen because i don't know what will you know most. important thing about the arsenal bright star was not who
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personally who was the person who was not on fire but compare that outcome you know the it basically brought he to an unlimited power back in nineteen thirty three in the same way i don't know exactly what happened in salzburg i know with the consequences i know how russia now you know when when russia convened a security council meeting of the united nations britain complained that they didn't wait until the results of the investigation well the u.k. went to the security council first even before the police investigation but in the course of the sphere of public opinion i think they're already lost because of what happened was there a birth of soviet political dogs now these dogs are not that i think against the government of most of the really bad the regime going against the element in but in america and in britain let me just call that you know the most hilarious one of the most recent one is you know there is a may is reported to be raped in london so they reported to put an end to the
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officer who said that i have only one question am i the only suspect or is it the whole russian people who are many said i think what it's like the independent said it best in their editorial the headline whether we can prove moscow's involvement in the script or case or not is irrelevant of the poisoning is severing russians relations with the west i could've said it better myself ok we're going to continue with this we're going to a short break gentlemen there were a short break we'll continue our discussion on some real news stay with r.t. . zia says harlan kentucky. overall of this group i'm
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boyce's the bedrooms three families remaining. in. a co money since he was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the wiser said let's. live to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happening it's happened. what holds his hands to something that. they put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or something want to be preached. to try to be for us to see what before us three of them or can
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it's. from stuff's not a chance to just move to the mashed old truck stop the president and please control this morning to. those we have producers to produce for to snap them with a new look because that is the cousin with a serious approach to your machine station shouldn't feel you should cook door for one whose job is the request. for a world cup twenty eighteen coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way it's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous is
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a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure the cameraman you have to go i mean eight percent of the digital with you and we'll show you all the great gate the great good you are the rock at the back nobody gets busted you. we need you to get the doll going let's go. a low as i want to you know and i'm really happy to join the team for the two thousand and three and world cup in russia meet the special one come on south of. me to just say the reno bianchi team's latest edition of make up is bigger so i need to just look. welcome back to cross talk were all things considered i'm peter bell to remind you we're discussing some real news.
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ok gentlemen i want to finish up the first block here you summed it up really well mark at the end of the first part of the program and i want to us all three of you where do we go from here mark they they can't back down from this right there if they back down from this the british government would fall and they can't let that happen because that would likely mean jeremy corbin's election and that is what the british. and the you know the whole foreign policy elite fear most is jeremy corbyn the labor party leader being elected so they've got to get more outrageous with their lies and i have a suggestion the satirical website put stiliyan headline british police find putin's passport scene of salisbury poisoned and i mean considering the number of passports that terrorists and everyone else of left laying around so why not why don't why not why not where do we go from here mark is right they can't and they
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will not back down and one way for them to go forward is another even more significant even more dangerous provocation against russia so there may be another act they believe on russia whether it's in the united states or in great britain and you could hear these words we're talking about here are you going to measure session where she said. what happens if there is an attack in new york city the way you will just organize something like that and then blame it on russia with no evidence at all well they've proven you can get away with it exactly the precedent well for me the main problem the main question is how will russia react until now has always been these embarrassing situations for them he almost left the door open for them all this let them. face you know the lies about iraq which you never raised it after after the war eight. yugoslavia which was supposed to be justified
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by at least one hundred thousand course of obedience dept you know that turned out to be a lie they never found the graves but russia allowed them to see and to get i'll do it with it now i hope russia will crash on it because you know just like they say don't pled guilty and get away with it well putin has nothing to do with it but now the question is will russia let them get away with it now if it does then it will continue and it's not a problem of interstate relationship it's a problem or a do or ideological fight now there is a very aggressive new ideology which unites the united states the european union the u.k. and i'm less interested to know it will get more than once what i introduced this program is a world in crisis here nikki haley's name is already been brought up here i mean i obviously like to make fun of her you know i've said many times that she has advanced degrees and in the hillbilly studies i still believe that but you know she
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had some very fiery words from a cheap diplomat it's quite scary russia will never be america's friend when i ask oh can i try to behave like a regular country but the u.s. will quote slap them when we need to react to that picture that's the chief diplomat from the united states going at the united need to things here first of all what that she mean by being a regular country should absolutely that's why i want to do this a regular country is a company that tipped to washington that follow us tells us that does what essentially says what it tells them to do what it would there is them to do and that is incest think you did that russia should be more of this and that and of and of course russia has its own that may start in foreign policy just like just like iran just like it is. it is it's the world that have their own four in the way that one to friendship with i mean but then they all want to ems that even they have to
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make foreign policy establishment so much from nikki haley to john bolton to be talking a lot about john bolton on this program but you know what it's very interesting is that we have another round of sanctions came about we have this whole affair in the in the u.k. and we have nikki haley with john bolton coming in and this seems very well organized to me and i think that would have to say in the first part of the program is that you know now we have a precedent now we can see more of these shenanigans being played out to drive a specific agenda yeah and the latest this with these latest sanctions against russian oligarchs and companies as as they call them a handful that they say are close to putin first of all putin is probably just and a lot of the russian people most of the russian people are just saying thank you thank you for pressuring and scaring our you know all of our such as it is into repatriating their wealth back to the motherland rather than spending it in
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new york or london and we're really happy with that but you know the most hilarious and ironic thing about all of this is that russia's all of dark back in the day when they really existed were created and celebrated by the bill clinton administration in russia right that whole you know we saved we got boris yeltsin elected you know there's you know so these these these latest sanctions really again are quite toothless the intention is that they can force what they call to overthrow putin in a coup this is been the liberal hope predator is knowing they can't win an election the fear of trying a policy you know that's right will you have liberals they can't win elections and then you double down on policies they don't have any why do you do not have a relation because they. this is what the foreign policy experts on russia in the west who fundamentally mis understand russia all of those russians all geniuses are
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back of a postage stamp who got rid of the oligarchs and leashed them to the power of the state that's why there aren't any oligarchy and likes it jeff bezos or unlike ukraine where she fortunately we're. not going to have a couple of points i think that basically these sanctions to the is that was published today it is the more extensive in terms of effect because the real you reach people aren't called it you know that so bear the head go for a normal company which is huge you know. the head of basel which is just about all russia's metohija but i think the mistake that they're making is that they basically spread these kremlin the sanctions list they have spread it to almost one hundred percent of russia's reach people so it looks like gloss drug or no if you want to really saw discord between the russian rich people then take fifty percent impose sanctions on them then maybe you know you will have a split but the problem is that the sanctions of all of them across the board i did
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they do it because they're american foreign policy is actually fed by profoundly wrong information there is no such science now as russian studies it is on feet it's all ideologist they dear that they have is the draw she is run by a bunch of capitalists you know tied to the president and they have no base in society that looks very much mike the russia of the ninety s which the liked and we . believe it was a little bit like russia you know it's a reflection of much like they have all of their projects that in the world view of the i mean you can really it's russia was bad when it was a monarchy russia was bad when it was run by the bolsheviks and the communists and russia's but when it's run by capitalists so then the conclusion from this is that it's not it doesn't matter who russia is run by but russia itself is. but not so good when it was disintegrating when it was hard to hear but you're not you. know that without markets that you know the foreign policy lead in the west they project
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all of their. real sins projected upon russia russia is. a normal country what kind of normal country is invade is in what may seven major conflicts around the world without any kind of international mandate breaking international law on a regular basis was a failure of the military. themselves to be a normal kind of a concert consider themselves to be an exceptional country and one of us think of exceptional country and all the rest must listen and the us doesn't want russia to be like them or god forbid they want russia to be like the other sorry. you want to russia to meet them alone to if you like your grade because an exactly errors have been around the edges even in the now and they're the ones that last week you had the parliament castigating anti russian propaganda group called e.u. versus design fault for what for taking the dutch media for publishing news from
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russia calling it fake news the dutch parliament to the belt and they said that these people from there basically a government financed you of us in this info that they have no right to pass a judgment on what the dutch media is reporting whether it's fake news or not so netherlands is too good you know ukraine maybe maybe i'm a dog or maybe a poor and that would be the right way for russia in their minds but it will you know it's never going to happen yes it's never going to talk to you are now does it keep trying you know i think really said russia will never be america's friends and we will have to you know slap them around in modern market. and you know what we do the united states the united states is going to happen in the united states and russia. have to be friends. you have to be friends but they don't have to be enemies ok notice the you know who cares about the term friends when you talking about geopolitics have said it's nonsense throughout the years even though in
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soviet times even in the seventy's in the sixty's in the eighty's ninety's the thousands whether it's putin or beers any of or what you have or who are and group of or yeltsin russia has never another single russian leader in the past fifteen years has sad that. the russia does not want to be friends with america and that a member an enemy never because in reality moscow wants to have a good relationship with america moscow doesn't want to have a confrontational relationship with washington a confrontation of washington brings nothing good to russia or to these and so alternately an example is not to the united states and one period to what mark had said that by the e.p. three resources of capital from great britain to back to russia of course some resources. are going to be repatriated to russia or to other markets but the british so you out the last several decades have shown themselves to be thieves. they do they will not do the bridges nobody has just said the smith yes they will
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the new way of will who is investing there was resources who is putting that money in those banks they knew it when those accounts were opened they knew it when there was an investment of billions of dollars were made they knew it all to vote yes indeed and yes so it was not it was not an surprise to them not to miss now what they're going to do that not just going to allow it to be repeated back to russia what they're going to do is they're going to i rested seize these resources and and who knows how they're going to use them because we already have from the experience with libya and with iran we know that billions of dollars that were in the sixty's or may have simply disobeys in the racket hang on the twenty seconds of us i think you know their compensation that there will be a split in the russian leaders are wrong and they're called to lation that the russian poor people will rebel against their reach is also wrong and let me just remind everyone. every time when people try to confiscate all the property from the rich people in the u.k. in russia it never made poor people it never produced if would come from the point
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several syrian troops are killed in a missile strike on an airbase in clothes from. french riot police fired tear gas to break up an environmental sports has come by as one of the city of long swell report life from the same. pretty tough. i don't see what you wish you could just. find in the week's headlines british foreign secretary boris johnson is accused of lying over moscow's role in the script poisoning as the test of the nerve agent says it cold to prove it came from russia. want to talk to save the former russian spy and his daughter are no longer in critical.


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