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ans knew all accost speech law bans claims the country collaborated with nazi germany during world war two specifically the legislation prohibits references to wartime nazi death camps in the country as being polish and that there's a violation of the law could face up to three years behind bars since being passed in february the law has been met with a backlash in particular from israel and america why the polish government has seen fit to come up with this legislation for beating people to have an opinion about the guilt or lack thereof of the polish nation it is bad for governments to try and regulate culture and history and literature. why no one can understand what why they would like to have some control over the narrative but it is all in all a bad practice the history of auschwitz no matter whether they are polish or
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foreign should be the guards there and this should be. distended everywhere in every museum or memorial and this claim that guides should only be natives. is really easy keats against foreigners it has nothing to do with some effort to make the the museum better informed. there's anger in the netherlands where i'm also being told that a local nature reserve defenders of the move say it's actually more in line with nature. takes a closer look. the russian screen pastures bundles of gold and hey blue skies and sunny valleys picture a flock of wild animals scattered across these meadows and you've probably conjured up a perfect wildlife preservation park. but
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in one park in the netherlands something clearly went wrong to the point where the park authority started to shoot some of the animals yes you had it right. the reason all the ponies deer and cattle which were roaming free had been reproducing too much last summer and when winter came there wasn't enough food for the hungry mouths and the weakest started to die local animal lovers try to come to the rescue and feed the animals but tend to livestock control or thoughts of legal .
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you see according to the ranges the more animal fats the faster they will reproduce the less food there will be and the more that will eventually die to minimize suffering they began shooting the weaker ones more than three thousand animals were either killed or starved to death within the last few months this is how it works in nature and here we try to follow natural processes as much as possible but critics say there's nothing natural about taking guns to living beings and this touch plan to let nature take its course has spectacularly backfired i think it's abuse and it's pretty sad i mean how could you do that soon animal who doesn't have a voice i understand but want to see. those animals are. but it's also fair to joe's sure i think that we just need to read those animals or oh please them places where do not be harmed friends and another
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opportunity is to just go straight to male animals that's a pretty expensive thing to do but it's the right thing to do are still to come here on the program on odds he meddling in elections the u.s. is urging the world to intensify pressure on venezuela saying its upcoming election will be a fraud and a sham critics are crying blatant election interference details in a. year like. i believe facebook's market share is increasing despite all the blue ha ha concerning its surveillance technology that they sell the highest bidder including foreign governments but yeah the multi-trillion dollar market top of these companies is a testament to the nature of the plot for the platform is now superseded the nation
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state facebook's got two billion users that's bigger than china so it's the biggest kind of entity there is in the world or has ever been in the world and probably ever be in the. show seemed wrong. rules just don't hold. any of these yet to seep out these days become active. and engaged with equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. thanks for joining us today here on r t thousands in new york have taken part in on a more whole regiment model should says remissions started
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a few years ago here in russia to commemorate soviet war heroes that has since now actually spread all around the world during the march families carry pictures of relatives who fought in world war two but for two of the participants in new york it was a special occasion to look to the future as well. i would like you to become far . far. five. yard for the happy couple rob and trisha the immortal regiment march is actually what brought them together iraq has been taking part in the event for ten years while trisha has been helping him with his related historical research and they are both part of the one hundred ninety third rifle division reenactment group which is dedicated to a soviet division that fought against the nazis at silden grad we caught up with
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a couple who told us more about what brought them together. i wanted to be really something memorable. and important something and i really think it's very important to be at a meeting and i wouldn't expect to get what i have. completely caught me off guard it was great because you know the mark is something that we both feel very strongly about our national interest and that we're all live on forever. when we go to work living in history again where regular people will come out to our shows a lot of them well ask me why i and the bad guys were. and then i have to explain to them how the soviet union was not an axis power in world war two so what this tells me is that most people here they don't remember they were never taught their
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history that the soviet union was not an enemy in the world war two and not until it was the ending of the cold yours are two nations to come alive. i try the women in world war two and russia that fought and that's that's not something that we know here that's actually how i ended up getting into the hobby because i found out that over eight hundred thousand women fought and it wasn't just you know working in factories tanker crews night they were everywhere and it helps to be able to kind of bring that light and help somebody realize you know there's more to the story than what and what we know what it helps can educate and give you other ways to kind of you everything that happens and tomorrow russia marks victory day commemorating the seventy third anniversary of the soviet union's victory over nazi germany in the great patrick wall of the day is important to many
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of us here in the office your family and the grandparents of many of our colleagues fourteen world war two hope you can stay tuned for our special coverage. is r.t. international the u.s. is mounting pressure on venezuela where a presidential election is looming some are calling it election meddling or blatant interference as washington is sanctioning three venezuelans on twenty companies the
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us vice president mike pence called for other nations to increase pressure on venezuela he also slammed the country's upcoming election as a fraud. the so-called elections in venezuela scheduled for may twentieth. ok nothing more than fraud and there will be no real election that is weighing on me twice and the world knows it will be very much we think the us has been calling on venezuela to delay its presidential elections since february saying there's no guarantee of a free fair and internationally validated result washington is also accused of causing food shortages and sparking a flood of migrants in a neighboring countries well william robinson a professor of latin american studies says the new sanctions are a blatant form of election meddling intended to bring about one thing that all of
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regime change these new sanctions have absolutely nothing to do with drug trafficking and they have nothing to do with the lack of democracy or electoral fraud in venezuela the united states specifically targeting out this way either because it's trying to overthrow their government the u.s. strategy for these elections coming up in venice well it's very important to note this there is an opposition candidate running and we found home and in fact he's increasing in the polls who knows he might win these elections but the u.s. strategy and of a jar to the right far right wing opposition into a sort of left which is aligned with the u.s. policy of always going to go through should is boycotting these elections this is a boycott strategy because it does not want the venezuelan government to judo made it quite another on another election that we haven't seen since well the government is going to ignore that demand is absolutely absurd and outrageous demands so i can you give me a dual government just made very clear beginning it's not going to succumb to this u.s. intervention but neither is going to take such such interventionist demands seriously
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. football's biggest event kicks off here in russia are in just over a month's time and the host nation is already getting well into the spirit of the world cup now between march and the beginning of the tournament the fee for world cup. pollak is touring the host cities and visitors can take part in moscow classes attend autograph sessions hone their penalties skills and pick up some souvenirs the latest stop all foreigners to is the russian city of cazan among the visitors that was former spanish defender michel salgado he played for rail madrid for over a decade and during his career he earned more than fifty caps for his country and also became very well known for his tough tackling style michel solid gado shared his impressions of cazan with ati. but i meant recently i took part in the opening of a new parking khazan that i think will become popular and treat lots of people from all over the country for those who won't be able to get to the stadium there will
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be big screens for world cup matches in this fog all this will create a great football atmosphere that's because and it's one of the oldest russian cities but at the same time it has the most modern stadiums and they have already been tested i visit because then the arena stadium and really likes it i think it has everything that can make the fans happy it's a quality stadium with all necessary infrastructure and as a player i can say that the sound is very powerful the pitch is fantastic and just the right size for a fee for heads viewpoints and in general it's amazing stadium everyone will like it so for me is one of the cities to enjoy the world cup just like in some petersburg old moscow. nicol passion young has been elected as the new prime minister meet with people celebrating across the country. has gathered in the central square of armenia as capital to greet the newly elected
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prime minister a parliament voted in favor of pushing young taking the country's top job following weeks of protests and just last week is kind of a sea was rejected by parliament and protests intensify with people demanding that question jaan be given the post. thanks for joining us here on r.t. international that just about wraps up the program for this hour however my colleague andrew manning the helm in about half an hour's time. ministry's plea. school says in the city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation in the us but mike will still be on the board just one from the president on the stump just dumbs down the guns not the woods as death either did
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up on him to see it the most also by being proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that a such a security risk when you have a black box operating in the public eye to microsoft's dependency puts governments under a cyber threat and not only that he thinks off. more on. the softness of the sense of selling the songs on the local all the more vocal to listen to almost the mr the board was all over the us this is the i still post titled on the all business stop and i'm also still holds a fund is up and his cards on the fine.
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reading salyut a shit. i tell ya the watchers it is truly an up and down a left right sideways ride when it comes to covering the military industrial complex there are subservient politicians and their journalists cheerleaders because right when you think you've got things pretty well figured out they throw you that left hook you never quite saw it coming and can't quite believe like. lasers yes laser right when we are finally seeing the possibility of peace on the korean peninsula the syrian war finally winding down and the only actual physical threat to the united states taking the form of our own political leaders and that the two u.s. navy and our good friends of lockheed martin bring this laser. battleships no less . very dr evil of them yes it was recently discovered by journalists attending the
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twenty eight hundred sea air space expo at the national harbor in maryland that lockheed martin's high energy laser an integrated optical dazzler with surveillance or helio's for short will very soon be making its way on to u.s. navy warships complementing or even downright replacing the current battleship the fence systems the our i am one sixteen and balance systems according to a long time supporter of all things laser defense systems mark guns inger of the center of her strategic and budgetary assessments believes that this is clear evidence of progress telling the media quote we are talking about lasers that now have the power and beam quality needed to defend against you a manned aerial vehicle small boat threats and possibly some weapons like incoming missiles all over short ranges. you see this this is why peace in our time is so darn near impossible little boys and their deadly little toy.
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the let's start watching the hawks. if that's. what they like you know that i got. when i. was going to. linux our. lead role the watch of the hard sciences i robot for and out of the tests lasers out. laser oh ok so. well here. we would need lasers to match they had at least two accidents that killed seventeen naval reserves and
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infantry and enlisted men and women and i'm kind of wondering when in the region a race and it was were all avoidable access because they weren't getting enough training because our people are not taking their jobs seriously those people at the top so maybe when you learn to drive them then you get to have lasers on them this is a bit like a team that's losing getting a new stadium right it's good point you know. thinking that that's going to turn everything around right now you know it's absolutely ridiculous to me that we're we're looking at lasers and i think like the messed up mindset that a lot of military people have because the friend this way pentagon leaders will turn to us for all that is that while you fight you achieve peace through fire superiority meaning the bigger and better weaponry that we have means we're untouchable so no one messes with us and therefore peace but that you know can you do that job in your opinion can we find peace through virus appear your. no.
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no. it doesn't work because this is what we learn someone just makes a bigger and bigger weapon you get a bigger stick and a bigger second a bigger gone and a bigger this and you think oh well this idea that well if we just mutually assured destruction will somehow keep us safe it's not going to it's still going to kill people just because you're not put you know mushroom clouds over major cities doesn't mean you're not poisoning people killing people during these things with regular warfare you don't need the lasers well apparently they do need lasers because let me see let me well and here's what you told when you talk about like kind of that idea of escalation that one country gets something that everybody is never going to get a problem with nuclear weapons it's what we learn from the batman movies you know the u.s. military is formally complained to china after blinding laser. were used on u.s. aircraft coming in the land at the american air base of djibouti in africa in twenty sixteen apparently this is great china built its first overseas military
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base just a couple of muscles down the road from the u.s. base and now as these guys look these guys are flying c. one thirty s and their complaint with our get a laser eye like we've seen heard reports of you know drunken college kids apparently that's that's what china's using their labor lasers to do because i know you can figure out a print for. a letter well there's a reason well here's the part about why do they complain because they're not supposed to be using them as a u.s. . protocol blinding a laser weapons i swear literally it's the thing blinding the un's protocol blinding laser weapons the u.s. and china are signatories to that so the protocol bans use on humans except for what they call incidental or collateral facts of the legitimate military employment of laser systems so where is this protocol why they all think that while they are patting each other on the back about how great they were joy is what they said is
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pretty much like well i mean if we're doing our grouse only happen on lag behind some civilians of our laborers who just how we're this all goes back to military industrial complex stuff because back in january of this year just so you understand the money behind this the lockheed was awarded the contract to build just like two prototypes of the strongest weapon system laser defense system and but that that was for about one hundred fifty million right but that came with the option to potentially build more which puts them about nine hundred forty two forty three million putting them close probably with everything out of together a billion dollar weapons system but that's just with luck it does just lockheed's he says no that's going to say everybody has got one of the vendors that are the power of those lucky plays about five hundred kilowatts of power. everybody's got loses their gum i want to maybe contract the bill almost as big laser as when the
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lockheed distinguishes one hundred fifty laser system demonstrator raytheon as one that's twenty five kilowatt laser that's small enough to put on the top of a humvee and not to be left out of boeing has built a ten kilowatt laser that can be carried by soldiers on the ground or laser it's taking care of its great laser. laser wars. last april the forty fifth president united states told the press quote north korea best not make any more threats to the united states they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen what has unfolded over the twelve months since has been a cornucopia of juvenile retorts from trump and from insinuating mental health disease to comparing the size of their respective nuclear buttons the leaders have put their own ego ahead of their nation's safety and yet when north korean leader kim jong un met with south korean president for a legitimate peace talks that have led to the dismantling of equipment at the demilitarized zone and the possibility of
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a complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula many gave trump the credit some even calling for him to win the nobel peace prize how very obama him but one has to wonder if an american is the right person to be given credit for bringing peace to a deed nuclearization of the korean peninsula considering nine states kind of the reason north korea even exists and has a nuclear program in the first place between one hundred fifty and one hundred fifty three of the united states dropped over six hundred thirty five thousand tons of bombs and over thirty two thousand tons of napalm on north korea they destroyed eighty seven hundred factories five thousand schools one hundred house little's and close to six hundred thousand homes in the end the u.s. is estimated to have killed three million north koreans a full ten to fifteen percent of the population with these military action and here's the thing he says. and to be rewarded with a prize is it's what happens when the rights and wrongs of enemies are forged into faith that faith and forgiveness but should trump for the united states take credit
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for the end of a conflict we started in the first place. you know there is provision to grow to say yes we're very sorry restart of this conflict we're very sorry that we divided the crew birds or that all this happened in the past let us make amends now to do better in the future but no we shouldn't we shouldn't be taking credit for theirs and in my opinion in my humble opinion because you know yes we played a role but ultimately i were the two not able to go with it but ultimately it's the two neighbors that have to fight you know they have to be the ones to decide peace it's their neighborhood it's their region and all that it shouldn't be our job to roll it so you later let us know what you wrote and i disagreed you know north korea south korea its neighbors actually are involved in the process i just don't think quite frankly we have enough to deal with at home you know i don't think our president and all of these of these people that have a million other things they should be working on the stars diplomacy if you are sticking their nose at them as far as i'm concerned you let china and north korea
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and south korea deal with this on their own that's that's my personal opinion if they need something from us as allies that's fine but i think there is a point where you just say you can't go to the table making you think that the north korean new service actually had released a statement from a north korean official that stated that quote the u.s. is deliberately provoking north korea at the time the situation on the korean peninsula is moving toward peace and reconciliation thanks to the historic north south summit and the. operation so even they're saying like this is getting ridiculous like why are you taking credit why are you now again now it and this is on both sides left and right i have seen in the media both on your fox news and your c.n.n. both of opinion pieces about how it's all a trick it's all a trap north korea trap president though do a lot of star wars worth of yes it's true that about why we are solid to him and i'm going to wait a minute shouldn't we. give peace a chance then of somebody very least you can say oh it screwed up but to me it's
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like you see the warmonger that imperialism you know take hold saddam need. i'm a little bit more we can't let him do this but it's interesting because john de lorean expert of north korean affairs at seoul's gone to university told. i do give one third of the credit to the trumpet ministration the strategic patience and ramped up saying shit then they ramped up the military threat because we all thought he was crazy to take us to war that essentially made. forced them to the table that's the idea being put out there that you know trump kind of did that mix only crazy nixon always crazy enough to start a war so we better please clearly the south koreans this and china realize that our for even president united states was more a terrifying idea whether than can draw the very there is but i think it's i think it's more about them a lot that i think that unless you're worrying about all of this stuff i think what came to the table was it was
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a story was something that was really needed and as i said eventually you're going to get to a point where you look and you realize their commitment is get out through this whole dynasty of living up in this he sees people starving you see is that you know there's only so much you can do and you you top you brought up a really interesting point about the economics of all this up to me that you know brought up to me today you know how about driving the peace process more outside threats united states yeah blow i mean on the one hand no i don't think that you should give a prize for threatening that you know oh you you just threaten hundreds of thousands of lives here is a prize for peace i don't but. on the one i do think this is something that should be thought of so south korean leader moon had was concerned about the threat of an american military action and i think he was more concerned a lot of people are saying that came from who was concerned about it and that's what brought him to the table but it was at that table when we saw the meeting that the south korean president gave a u.s.b.
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drive to. and on the. u.s.b. drive was a plant. implement an economic structure to take place after denuclearization that full path forward to making at what he called sort of. a wealthy north east asian country and this way in the part of that and so the road map is based on three economic belts on the current korean peninsula and connecting them with the chinese and russian economies developing what they called an economic community of some sort in northeast asia so if the korean peninsula can unify and they could be running and this is there's a lot of projects railroads energy these are all things in there that say look it's time for us to get out of the u.s. out in christ the u.k. although i'm going to china and russia and it's north korea i don't know neighbors are doing nothing for it's not about spreading freedom which is always about money all right as we go to break court watchers don't forget to let us know what you think of the topics we've covered on facebook and twitter seo poll shows that are
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