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tv   Politicking  RT  April 13, 2018 6:30am-7:01am EDT

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if you. are. the only one with the little front of the other student did. well. what. are the new world order the war really rather. now the israeli defense forces has launched an investigation into the whole incident in its initial review it has cleared the sniper but it has said that those who were cheering and those who filmed the video will face a disciplinary hearing and a statement released by the army they said that the expression of the video and the distribution of the video are not in the spirit of the idea if the reaction here in israel has been mixed on the one hand you have israeli politicians who have come out and supported the sniper in the soldiers actions saying that you cannot judge
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a soldier while he is in the line of duty that these soldiers are defending the country and they're under a lot of stress but then you have for example arab members of parliament who are highly critical who are calling for the soldiers to be brought to book and who say that this is simply and completely unacceptable the wash from the powerful and solidarity campaign so israeli soldiers react to protests in a disproportionate and inhumane way. absolutely back to talking practice effectively because the cheering from the the soul just fellow soldiers basically was just completely inhumane and outrageous and in the west i challenge them to produce evidence anywhere that this would happen. and in any case this shows you that the difference on the one side you have heavily. soldiers and on the other side or you have protesters who might have a story to throw from
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a long long way away it's not exactly going to damage the defense or. after the break we go beyond the politics and the british superfan travel to moscow for a crucial european football championship match. play for many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spend be true to the twenty million and one player. it's an experience like nothing else on it because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game but great so one more transfer. and thinks it's going to.
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about your sudden passing i've only just learned you were yourself and taken your last wrong turn. up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each fan. but then my feeling started to change you talked about more like it was again still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never like it said one does not leave the funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with this one to. speak to us there are no other takers. that mainstream media has met its maker.
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this is art international welcome back to the program relations between the u.k. and russia might be at an all time low about hasn't stopped british football fans traveling to moscow for a european championship match i had of the arsenal sascoc game there was some speculation in the british media about how safe it would be for supporters to
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attend is alie met up with one fan determined to find out for himself. just on my way to consider you a very prominent hostile fan going to be all seeing him when he travels to moscow does he have any fear is regarding the political tension between the u.k. and russia is he worried about things like hooliganism. follow him throughout history how do you feel in this context you know. in the noda there's been a lot going on between the government swapping that's between the governments and i'm a person this is football we're going for football you know if you listen to people around you in the u.k. a lot some people are coming up to me and say robbie don't go there you'd be mad in an oil some of you've been to russia and i say well no i haven't come out i can i get advice for someone who has been there have also been concerns with regard to safety so for example hooliganism and also racism you know you've seen
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fings about russia and things of happened in russia that's not going to be a problem up in qana encouraged because of a lot received e-mails from groups over there in russia saying to me that lisa ruby's not nearly as bad as what it's made out to be. on the plane about to head out to russia. or the courts where. it's a place on the road. to a thousand also supports is come over to watch the game many of them have been advised by the foreign and commonwealth office as well saying they could be an uptake of anti british sentiment amongst some russians due to the heightened tension between the two countries at the moment well i mean like in mr already.
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and we're very worried about coming here and since you're actually so it's all right there's no turn shouldn't that's where you can also. point to the politicians go. you know what when i look around moscow. will be noisy this game how will organize the already get if you didn't would you woke up so we could we love the russia we love the russian people. friendship that we heard. on the relations yes and really get the politics the politicians i like it still going to life and i was a bit skeptical when i first called because of all that what was going on what when you commit yourself and you see that there's no purpose and haven't seen any.
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sentiment russia's been at moscow's been incredible it's just incredible city and everyone is friendly enough the russians are lovely i mean to say what happens between governments a lot happens between people a totally different. america wants to monitor hundreds of thousands of media outlets around the globe and the plan by the u.s. department of homeland security has sparked widespread concern as caleb often explains. the department of homeland security wants you to gather information on people it refers to as media influencers it's deadline day for applications for the job our mission is to lead the nation effort to protect and enhance the resilience of the nation's physical and cyber infrastructure services shall provide media comparison tools design and rebranding tools communication tools and the ability to identify to media influencers that clearly made many journalists here in the us
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quite uncomfortable now the concerns seem pretty legitimate think of all the people that could be monitored considered to be media influencers the number of media outlets around the world that they potentially want to monitor is list is around two hundred ninety thousand this includes t.v. print media online and social media now they want access to password protected devices furthermore they want the contact information of the media influencing people in addition to that they want to translation function that can allow them to track the information of people who are non english speaking and considered to be media influencers especially those that speak chinese or russian but the department of homeland security assures us that we have nothing to worry about this is nothing more than the standard practice of monitoring current events in the media any suggestion otherwise is fit for ten full hat wearing black helicopter conspiracy theorists now corporations have press offices which keep track of the media contacts and journalists but this is the government and it's pretty broad what
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exactly is a media influence or it's a very broad category could be a journalist a photographer an editor or a blogger we decided to ask new yorkers about how they feel about the government keeping track of people who might influence the media to know privacy and the world in the more they contain everything nobody no one's information is protected anymore but they're already doing that right now many keeping track and. i don't think it's like anything man it is now letting you know that of a clear and i guess a little bit more transparent that they're on your business because they've always been in your business to write down a lot of strange people in the world and the world safe but what should the government be watching people just because it feels like they could influence the media broadcast i mean is that free speech should the government be and that's not right i don't think that's right i don't like the idea at all but i also feel that everything that you put on line is pretty much up for grabs now it's still the land
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of the free and the home of the brave but keep in mind that your media influence may not be the positive message that washington is looking for tabletop and r.t. new york. media regulation is also in focus in the us state of california where a senator is proposing a law that would require internet users to verify news stories they publish california has give this amazing opportunity is the home of silicon valley to protect our residents and how their information is then marketed and sold to a third party to be used against eric to vaduz on line and to influence us that would have basically impose government censorship on all internet activity based in the state of california this is the first in the united states where a body of government significant california is trying to exercise control over information. the bill ends to pull the plug on false information it would bind
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people who produce content on the internet to coordinate their work with so-called fact checkers and it's not the only proposal to target fake news in the state of california another bill has been put forward to help school children tell the truth from one is it aims to set school standards on internet safety and digital citizenship there are also expectations it could encourage media literacy within the state its author finds the spread of fake news disturbing though some critics are even more concerned by increased control over the media the recent proliferation of fake news online is extremely concerning as we witness in two thousand and sixteen election big news can serve as an intentional tool to manipulate to public and undermine our basic values there is no limit to what would be controlled by the government in the sense that you must use fact checkers. to verify what you're publishing there is no definition of who the fact checkers
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are or what standards they're using to determine the validity of what is being published or be courted on video really what this california bill is aimed at doing is limiting the scope and the reach of independent media. that's our global update for this hour but i'll be back in about thirty minutes with more on today's top headlines. so take you had to take matters into its own heads to provide its own security and securing the border area now this is
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a very limited use agents of the globe's paul willis who are the bridge to be there who are the i mean it is to me that who are the british to be. the war hawks selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle for food stuff. to stop to try to tell you that something gossip the public myself and most important news today. i'm off the bat i sometimes think you find pulling out by your father. all the hawks that we along with are on the one. this is harlan kentucky. over all of this rhythm boyce's people going straight. to.
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a co money city with almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal miners a said. that it was a laugh to see these people the survivors of 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. the swarms of them so moving. before. much of those who heard the food you are listening.


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