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women should not have the right to even leave their own homes without permission the police have warned the a man poses a significant threat and his speeches encourage acts of terror and we discussed the issue with a number of analysts. people who come into the united kingdom you know france the european union have to sign up to the values of tolerance and respect respect for different faiths different ways of life it wasn't any kind of laws within europe freedom of movement of free speech he wanted to deny people that their issue is you can't be talking about freedom of speech and integrity and then silence people i will defend your right to free speech but when that free speech is the supreme oh the denying of all those their rights the nuts when the actual boundaries because stopped because you cannot have a say to somebody you have free speech although in that free speech you're trying to deny all the people that right and one of the problems we've got is what we don't see our justice system being dealt with properly and dealing with what it
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always does this is and get on with it we see a number of extremists who are involved in terrorism or supporting terrorism now behind bars the justice system is working because those people are being caught and be put behind bars we've got the extremists here who we cannot deport but to their own countries so you seem inconsistent not only if you demonize muslims if you denies muslims and islam and you call as a cancer and you call as cockroaches that's all think should be called. is art international so more than one and a half million tickets have already been snapped up for the feast of football that is the world cup of course it kicks off in russia in less than two months figures show the largest amount of foreign fans heading over from america and despite the team regrettably failing to qualify english fans meanwhile have only bought around thirty thousand tickets fuelling some speculation the current tensions between russia and the u.k.
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are putting people off a number of reports in the british media of late have claimed any fans who travel over won't be safe the reason given is the supposed threat posed by russian hooligans however an arty documentary has been exploring if the situation is anywhere well different elsewhere in europe of football beasts premieres next week on the r.t.e. documentary channel for now here's a quick preview. you never know what's around you never know what seemed to be the piece that excitement excitement now and that's where the adrenaline the most comes from. and the violence is a part of it and it's almost the schizophrenia gang culture we can do all these things and behave quite badly.
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i mean a stabbing up i read storm. direct. election when a young you shoot yourself you know to participate in all the fights to fight in the street people to. tell us more sportsmanship. sic i don't think that the open mind is the same the last few months of up a little politics. it's. too political the focus focus a little. bit of this parking upon the months when a special event is of almost on
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a postcard with a lot of sort of our broadcasts. deliberate on the police a. real slap on the slip. punishment and infirmed. rule good on policies for the start. but many of these amazing feat if you don't know it's come from the involvement. just on a quarter past the hour here in moscow more of your saturday programming in just a moment it's.
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what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to be. considered to be press that's what the full story of the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in the. first city. if you go through history mankind has been a cruel and destructive over and over again in some our cities have come back and many are quite beautiful and wonderful places. if you look in the middle east in places like syria it's it's i agree with you it's totally depressing and. and i wish they had the political issues involved with it could be resolved but i think
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until that is done there's very little hope that the cities will be able to turn the tide. you never know what's around the corner you never know what's in the pub you can walk into excitement it's that not knowing that's where the adrenaline in much comes from. and you can use a nice blend definition and the extremes will support. the violence is a pov and it's almost a schizophrenia. where you can do all these things and behave badly. they're going to be full of horse colorful all. the more so for there's a long lost. son this may an unfair. role. in the start.
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i would roll the way enough i figure out i really did a poll and i don't want to get. the meaning in reason is that at least if you're not on the involves it's constantly evolving and. if you join us today a group of texans is fighting against the very notion of you. united states of america by wanting independence a new book explores the practicality of texan independence and we spoke to its author who claims momentum is building up for a so-called tech said. if you really want to drill down to why texas has had such an increase in support over the last decade it really boils down to one think texans are sick and tired of being governed by one hundred eighty thousand
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pages of federal laws four hundred forty separate agencies in two and a half million elected bureaucrats at the core texans believe that the best people to govern taxes are texans this idea that somehow this political and economic union called the united states of america can be fixed is a myth it is a fallacy what we have seen is in any attempt to repair or reform the federal union has been met with nothing but lip service and outright insult and outrage here in texas. the texas nationalist movement was first formed back in two thousand and nine and has since gained more than three hundred fifty thousand supporters it activity complains for an independence referendum and it wants restrictions on government spending in its bid to resist further economic integration with think u.s. now according to polls more than one huff all of independent supporters all republicans so it took to the streets of texas to say what locals think about
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a potential exit. i. think it's ridiculous. now. that's a good i did out there in the pens definitely you know. i. we are going to. rely on the rest of the country our rights to take it from a market. you don't really like you know we've had this discussion except texts and digits. for year to many people who gave their lives for us here. and i mean because you have so many. you know ethnic groups and. you know as well as you know in california i think they said that that it's not going to happen it's not going to happen in california. they'll get over it will be good. for us democratic party has launched a multimillion dollar lawsuit against the russian government alongside wiki leaks
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on the campaign over the alleged meddling in the twenty sixteen presidential election. takes on the uk. you might be thinking why the need for a lawsuit exactly how many probes can there be on the alleged russian interference in the us two thousand and sixteen actions so let's count welfare slaves as the special counsel investigation led by former f.b.i. director robert mueller not forgetting the u.s. senate to disarray which initially plans to focus on president trump's firing of f.b.i. director james comey then that is the u.s. house judiciary committee which has detailed every effort is made to conduct oversight of the trumpet ministration and on top of this the house intelligence committee the senate intelligence committee trawling through anything that could suggest collusion perhaps the more eyes on the case the better the result because this clearly isn't enough for the d.n.c. or maybe the real reason why this lawsuit if is is the end game all the
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investigations mentioned can give you positive political results but what they can give you is money in two thousand and seventeen the republican national committee raised a total of one hundred thirty two point five million dollars in fundraising behind was the democratic national committee whose healey total was sixty seven million dollars roughly half of the r. and cs total haul but with a lawsuit on the cards they could make up the difference in no time and who are they trying to get this money from while there's quite a collection of the defendants all the russian governments and the russian special forces president trump son and son in law and wiki leaks and julian the sarge somewhat less expected target businessman who once held the miss universe beauty pageant in moscow and a maltese academic and then the lawsuit names ten anonymous john deuces co-defendants so there we have it the d.n.c. requires another set of eyes on an alleged election interference if you call so
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individuals why not sue a whole federation the least it covers all angles. a theater production in germany has come under fire for offering free tickets to spectators willing to wear swastikas the offer was made ahead of the premiere of a play based on adult hitler's youth being staged to mark the anniversary of the dictator's birth.
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the standard of course the suspect was cocky and it is disrespectful and clearly beyond the limits you know presents a play dealing with that of hitler and his books to literally incite some people the far right used to come to this or this i think that's wrong because it takes me in but i would not do it like that i think it's very provocative i wouldn't have done something like that but we should not restrict freedom of speech or the elements. that i do not play our star of david or a swastika just because someone tells us from now on it that said kind of i think i can show so darity without a day to start and show compassion for it if it came to the holocaust asprin those who take a swastika i find that outrageous but generally i like the idea behind this uniform and beneath the hockey bloodstock view that if i choose to wear
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a swastika which i think i will do my motive will be to see how people react to. mine come. local authorities have denied it breaches german laws banning the display of nazi symbols the show has sparked a rout among residents a local action group which described the production as unacceptable uncalled for a boycott of the place it director says he only wanted to create an environment for debate. but we need more awareness and we cannot treat the summer news with simple discussions but through action. names to provoke a discussion and get people arguing and that's exactly the idea behind this production you mightn't see why that wraps up the program so far for this hour on this saturday here at all t. international hope you can join us again in about half an hour.
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the way the system should work is that every stock bond security underwritten by wall street or any bank in america one percent should be carved out and put into social security so that americans whether they have a job as minimum wage workers or whether their c.e.o.'s all across the spectrum everyone gets to participate in this thing called the american economy because if you don't all the stocks are not part of the american economy. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter us is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten dollars for in tamping each day. eighty five percent of global will you want to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent was one of your home with four hundred to five hundred three per circuit first second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two
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point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember is one one does not show you can afford to miss the one and only. time after time soon we're going underground is today u.k. prime minister tourism a metre australian counterpart has the nato back to war in syria threatens to cripple fuel supplies to the island nation within a matter of days coming up on the show from south america to syria we talk about
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the history of international gangsterism a new liberal bill addresses ation alleged by the man who could have been mike pence twenty six team usa vice presidential candidate. and stole it well folks commonwealth what was this week's meeting of leaders representing two point four billion people actually like we talked to one premier about i.m.f. imperialism cambridge analytic i assume is and the tourism a deportation scandal plus the public are absolutely despise that type of behavior from where. it takes place despicable behavior in britain's house of commons all this of all coming up on today's going underground but first this week marks nearly fifty years since ever more violent u.s. bombing in vietnam sparked protests across the united states with images of veterans discarding their medals to fight a war that would go on to kill millions somebody brought her heart medal in a country that doesn't mean anything but pretty medal. so i got
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a medal. so i got a medal i got a purple heart army commendation medal. national. guard that doesn't mean our. now from south america just syria the u.s. and nato nations continue to practice what our next guest describes as international gangsterism he fought in the vietnam war and ever since its fourth against new liberal interventionism by nato nations right around the world joining me now from new york city in the u.s. . says the founding executive director of the u.s. human rights that what twenty sixteen usa green party vice presidential candidate jon mubarak had time of thanks for coming on going on the run white calling on the u.s. to pull out of syria well thank you for for inviting me we we are making the call like many people around the world for the u.s. to seize this intervention into that nation we say see that as a intervention that is illegal and immoral there's no objective
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right that the u.s. has to are to intervene into syria and certainly not to quote unquote punish a no other government and their leaders so we say this is a continuation of the kind of of minelli immoral but illegal international gangsterism that will seem the u.s. authorities involved in for quite some time and so we say now is the time to draw a clear line to clear up people's lawyer and if you will and say us out of syria us cease the the illegal interventions around the country around the world cease the international against a rhythm that has undermined international credibility with concerts at national level are and created a very dangerous environment in which. many many states believe that they can
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operate above meant to national law and morality then into the opposition it does call it legally questionable why do you believe president trump and mccrone prime minister may bomb syria before u.n. inspectors are allowed to investigate the alleged chemical attack in the damascus area of syria i think to the u.s. where this has the objective of the stablish being a a justification for remaining in. and syria and of course they needed the political coverage from there to their two partners if you will and so i think both great britain and and france have their own particular reasons but you know those three states are part of the of the what what we refer to as the axis of domination the u.s. navy so the axis of domination so these three states operating as they do these
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three states that are a part of the western european colonial project i have operated together before and is quite clear they have objective common interests in the middle east so it wasn't surprising as unfortunate and we're glad that there are significant numbers of people in all of those nations they're happy express their opposition ironic then of course your call for the us to leave syria was echoed by president donald trump shortly before the ask right well of course and that was what appeared to be the rational response from from his administration but it's quite clear that there is a very powerful forces inside the u.s. state. that the a withdrawal from syria as being against objective u.s. interests and almost like clockwork then we have this so-called chemical
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attack in syria and then the response from the top administration and the other two political is if you will so it's quite clear that there is there is real attentions and even contradictions within the u.s. administration and donald trump. who appears to be always in charge is quite clear that he may not be as in charge as people might think. i'm sure the well they have in these a palace and number ten have denied that they're pujols of your president meant why you join parallels to the. to this situation in syria to the anglo-american backed israeli bombardment of gaza. what we clearly showed that various doctors see here that if the concern is supposed to be to protect human life if if the activities of the of the syrian government the supposedly i was involved in this chemical
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attack was so egregious that it required international intervention that we raise a very simple question as the israelis are involved in shooting with live ammunition on protesters of murdering people on the gaza border one would assume then that there would be calls for some kind of of interventions of sanctions. un security council resolutions when it comes to to israel but clearly it appears that the palestinians are killable if there is a different set of morals involved in these two situations we say that basically. yes if you want stand one standard of morality one standard events national law and that no nation no nation state should be above the law so we point that very simple . example while the show that basically the must be other kinds of interest and
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motivations involved in this intervention then a supposedly concern for international peace or for humanitarian interests the israeli government denies it's deliberately targeting civilians and has said it's conducting inquiries into footage that seems to be shows the i.d.f. killing civilians m.p.'s in this country routinely tell the british public the gaza is run by terrorists and then you being to gaza how was your experience that when i've been to the west bank and they would allow me to go go to gaza. and i could tell you though even the horrific conditions. in the west bank indicates that the conditions in gaza i have to be even more horrific. we have always said that if people had a chance to really experience life under occupation. people in the west that is. the support for the israeli state would evaporate in
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a moment it is absolutely incredible absolutely inhumane so the very fact that people live and they are in essence an open air concentration camp in gaza still living in the rubble from the last israeli attack in that strip of land and that now they are attempting to raise their issue to the attention of the international community by marching to the borders of that concentration camp i reminding the international public that you know they are under occupation that there is a land there that they still believe belongs to them because they were kicked off the land and then they are met with life. ammunition it is absolutely incredible that that kind of activity is allowed to to continue without massive international outcry but let me say this there is massive international outcry not as action unfortunately though we don't see it as intensely as it should be in the west.
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and of course iran has been bombing syria and there's anything to be a reproach more between israel and saudi arabia which opposes yemen with british weapons how would you characterize your president's relationship to saudi arabia is consistent with the relationship of the treat us administrations but basically the saudis. are part of the u.s. strategic. plan for maintaining control of have very important part of the world it is a state that provides billions of dollars to the u.s. arms industry and therefore. it gets the support from the administrations even when it is when that government is involved and a clear violation of international norms and standards. be it in bahrain
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are the current vicious war being waged any emon they get of they get a pass but again this shows the they hope hard to see western opinion and the hypocrisy of policymakers both in the us and throughout the western european theater that this kind of relationship continues that the saudis anat don't find themselves in the dock in the hague with the other war criminals along with people like the tony blair and george bush and russ failed and not rockall bombing it demonstrates that the west a commitment to something called international law is a fraud so we say that own lives are in fact precious and that a lot of the palestinians the lives of people in yemen are just as precious that the lives of people in syria and the lives of people on the in the the ghettos of detroit and the southside of chicago we say that basically what we see happening
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globally being exits. what about the western powers led by the us is just the flip side of the kind of repression that we see domestically in the us and that's what we're building in attempt to rebuild an antiwar movement anti millis rest movement in the us to confront these contradictions and yet nato his military has failed to install proxies arguably from iraq to libya do you think though i have made yet what in venezuela which will see presidential elections next month we have seen that these attempts to try to circumvent the will of the people who have never been successful they can in fact put in place repressive governments that can be installed in a place for a few years but it is things that the trend in the last thirty forty years have been
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a trend going toward. establishing more and more progressive government that are committed to upholding the objective human rights of the people that they think they'll be success have been successful in venezuela that the world's number one oil superpower argument no i don't but it's very it's a very dangerous situation because we don't believe i'm really concerned whether or not they're going to allow the election to take place and next month if that takes place the less it takes place the basically we're going to see the situation become more normalized in venezuela because the the opposition has to come to terms with the fact that you have a much newer government in place for six years a gem of iraq and thank you my pleasure. what role did this great station from cambridge on let's go play in the elections of a small caribbean island we also foreign minister of state gets an even smaller brantley about i.m.f. destabilization and then that you see if we develop and raul castro and stories of a gets question on our policy on the rates of the poor at pm here's goal the ball
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coming up about to i'm going underground. most definitely wasn't a victim. of any kind of federation or ethnic from the russian side because it was both really destroyed russian credibility as far as exchanges sort of concerned and they are dependent on it because they certainly have to get their people banking to they get into trouble. for man are sitting in a car when the fifth gets shot in the head. all four different versions of what happened one of them is on the death row.


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