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same system that allowed adult hitler to take power well today's right citizen groups come in several shapes and sizes but almost all of them have some link to why the neo nazi groups of far right ideology. the historical revisionism forms an ideological link that connects various right wing extremist currents and right wing extremists among right citizens use those connections to cause confusion to provoke authorities and to create a social platform for right wing ideology it's estimated that there's around eighteen thousand of these right citizens in germany and some are allegedly preparing for a day when they'll rise up and take their country back but these aren't just hollow empty threats eighteen months ago a policeman in bavaria was killed during a shootout between officers and a member of one of the sorites citizens' groups the number of these people is significantly significantly increased acts of violence towards the public officials
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policemen has increased in number if the numbers go on to increase if these fever really used in repairs themselves for opposing in resisting public will so reduced then indeed it is a challenge for the state opposition politicians have accused the government of trying to sweep the extent of germany's problem with far right violence under the rug first the federal government explains the right wing terrorist groups can form spontaneously and have a strong digital network but then many of their actions are not counted as right wing terror offenses the impression is that the federal government consciously except blind spots in the recent past berlin hasn't pulled away you from publishing intelligence findings that showed as many as seven hundred radical islamists could be in the country and a capable of preparing a terrorist attack but it does seem that they're less forthcoming we're not threat potentially posed from elsewhere we now are facing the end of less being
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intellectual dominance and culture into needle you gemini and under this umbrella of growing right think populism of course writes in the radicals right wing extremists. protected the german state district to their. power and strength it is germany has very strict gun control laws thankfully gun deaths are a rare occurrence here but perhaps one way to keep it that way would be to not allow people who the government considers a threat to the public to have access to firearms these are all over r.t. believe. although the threat posed by right wing extremists in germany is reportedly increasing the government say the overall threat level from the group remains relatively low. after eighteen years don't be evil is no longer part of google's main philosophy the change comes amid outrage in
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the company about its involvement in the u.s. government's military program artie's john quarter takes a closer look. don't be evil a rule you'd think most people might try to live by right the folks at google certainly thought so for the first eighteen years. don't be evil google is generally apply these words to how we serve our users but don't be evil is much more than that until that is they quietly removed probably the most famous phrase in their corporate philosophy and now it's a bit more vague striving for the highest standards of ethical business conduct and we all know how ethical business can be here's one example of google's interpretation it signed a pentagon contract in march to help the department of defense create artificial intelligence tools for drones to attack and identify ground targets all without human operators being involved me project maven the technology is helping human
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intelligence analysts dead if i objects on video feeds from drones you know it's kind of like a facebook photo when you upload a photo into facebook able to identify which of your friends are in that photo project made and it's the same thing google staff and a i academics were shocked with thousands signing a petition protesting the firm's militarisation. we believe that google should not be in the business of war therefore we asked that project me even be cancelled and that google enforced a clear policy sitting that neither google nor is contractors were feared technology google's not the only tech to get a pentagon paycheck i.b.m. and the computer graphics firm nvidia are just two which have worked on military projects still google balsa see nothing out of the ordinary with project maven. we have long worked with government agencies to provide technology solutions the
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specific project is a pilot with the department of defense the technology flags images for human review and it's for non-offensive uses only google claims it's. ai won't be used to kill but it doesn't workers who resigned over the contract aren't convinced the ethical question now is whether it's the weapon or the brains behind it which does the killing don't be evil i always thought that it really meant don't be evil yet because of course as google becomes a very powerful corporation one of the most artful in the world and plays a such an important role in the development of new technology inevitably they're going to be drawn into some very big and evil things like war like autonomous weapons and there's a lot of pressure on the high technology sector in the us right now to contribute to the military. and i think that many of the google employees don't agree with that and it's interesting to see that story will be playing out we have asked
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google to comment on the code of conduct changes but the company is yet to respond we'll bring you more on that as soon as we get it now with the fifa world cup fast approaching football legend peter schmeichel continues to explore the host city the cost of russia would have its latest guide right after the break. it's. thanks.
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but politicians do such things to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to express. some want to be preached. to the right to be this is what the fuck are you people. interested always in the water. there should be a. welcome back place just weeks to go until the fee for world cup kicks off in russia and national teams have already started to announce their lineups and with the play is set for the competition the peter schmeichel show continues to explore the host
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physics this time visiting the most western one cullen in grad. if you take. the leaning the russian speech to the rainy cold in the baltic sea a minister. in munich. it was thirty five thousand screaming fans for the full game set up played none of this of course the much anticipated match between. what else is going on around this place but i'm peter schmeichel not here to find out.
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i'm a bunch of meeting one of the she's from brussels for cleaning she's a five time limply gold medalist and then nineteen time world champion in singing my screaming. name is no time. since he's asked me to meet him very unique place. so you asked me to meet you can you tell me about this because this is their chair on the end. of. the unique play. and they and all of the old sheriff have. remember me at world copley in rio de janeiro we have here along the beach as like a couple. but this is also where most unix goes the world coaches so it's yes that's right especially all the. incoming data they have one.
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meets that have. yes i'm from over the. weekend so am. you colby could push obviously that's part of your training swimming and you can hold your breath for three and a half minutes and the world yeah yeah man do you have and yes i do can you know about how. it's the so called well that out. i pads for you and they you make expands to add carol we can try to harness right so i don't know let's have a unique experience it's also a unique challenge i just realized and i've never done that before for more than a minute maybe that's always the first and this i love here and we are the best of friends on.
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i have absolutely no idea what i'm doing. you know this is a long list of been the hosts. who are very very right this is the only way to see it. that's cleaning guys faces to cecil and his future posts a moment i'll take you inside to show us the things he did he says that's the self see justice thought of this guy who was the shoulder shots of the street not just sitting on this is stuff that i've never done to. you i just go. yeah. it's just. ok i got
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a little bit of an idea i think i'll challenge myself to something a little bit more. physically. that's the best i could. kind of go there. but when you're is really the strangest thing for the things he's made and said sure. this is shipping city. not from canada. as you might well know rosher is a massive country in terms of eleven time zones from east to west it's just unbelievable god is not in the baltic sea and unticketed that you to be so
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today i decided to go fishing i absolutely got fish eat and i'm here in the baltic sea i've got colin and god in the back and we'll be straight. it's going to take us two three days to get there so. the problem is not do not follow what we are doing we are trying to catch my lunch and hopefully some style that it's going to be. sad and decide. not to. put out its own flood sometimes we're facing. you know.
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some old bald. looking good. most of all do i it's all you. know will be a little. knowledge. it's thanks but she's not international fair morning headlines we love to hear your thoughts on all of our stories they do get in touch by following us on social media i'll be back at the top of the hour with the latest. in some american cities the police have built themselves cling to refutation of people who walk on the streets of the united states who are at risk from the very
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people who are supposed to protect that were people are no more afraid of the police than of the terminal as. you can see something happening in this is like i don't want to call the cops let that happen rather than call the cops in those young black men lose their lives chasing the owner with their fingers on the trigger you never know better safe than sorry i don't know that someone else is going to pull a gun out so yes unfortunately around and around here we end up killing our guns off the death toll from such precautions police to plan on you. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last wrong turn. here at the top to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry honey i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these
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things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each. but then my feelings started to change you talked about more like it was a game still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it's one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one difference is speaking out because there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure to come out you have to go i
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mean eighty percent of the football we are with you and we will show the great game the grid the game you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone. and i'm really happy for joined out to for the two thousand and three and world cup in russia meet the special one come on dr fisher meets just at the reno theology team's latest edition to make up a bigger certainly better jersey look. tom . which believes. that it is.
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that side of it is. that it's got what the blood clot does at the foot of a point. on yes. there are no chance crops being green in england now for the prospect of a pint transcends technology and agriculture is being discussed extensively. as. my guide is henry rowlands piece of taste the supply safe and then advocates for long term jama studies. henry is going to transform last a cheese tools fusion health welcome back to that later but now we're going to a meeting that's really very important to me.
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that ourselves sums. spent. pretty. amazing all chris's mom is a member of the house of lords and elected hereditary head she holds the original elder most mom the oldest titles pay rates in the united kingdom lady margaret is also a farmer she herself has suffered from the use of agricultural chemicals and has for many years now faced with hostess proliferation. and instead of having. dr king's i have to go with concrete top of. the. g. and g. and he used to have a g. about g.m.
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good news for you if he had a few good. years. when my brain goes dead lady margaret agrees to tell had poignant story at the same after inviting a save the whole galaxy with ogata english putting. disorder. did i look cute for it over. time have a lady margaret is to be a farmer i say used to be because despite her affection for agriculture she had to give us how up after what happened to half who. we were drinking cheap because in my boot. i must lash the dick and it got into my wanting to do it and then about three weeks ocean search of a culture or morning i often search out how to go back to bed when i got sicker and
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sicker and sicker and. what stage my brain wouldn't work so what i was thinking was more conventional enough and i was very up and down a parliament in boston actually going on there to fridge and the notion i bring my own if you touch my skin it was so sore richard crying. for a long time lady margaret stuck to his couldn't work out what was causing such severe symptoms she suspected that she had been poisoned by the chemicals used in the sheep dip. freshly to get worse new to get worse you know i'm almost sixteen or. so ago. it's really not determinative. this is. not a machine that i just want she is. sixteen hours
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a day using special breathing affray tests sixteen hour as its day is hard to imagine the sheer strength of this woman's character tried to start you know i'm going to get impulsive feelings of suicide and this is repeated by farmers who also farms the last who die from sins and. begin to rebuild coming the number one target market not sushi and it was shopping so you couldn't come and conventions where i thought you'd take in a foster coffee she told me because if you go down she fell into. the. pockets of the. edge and it is so low because it's around and baking bread that yes yes. i don't make the interesting thing is you feel the need is essential message is going to this is was there a lot about a woman so i realize that was what was up because i used to think every day or so i
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realized that it was good stuff which grated on it comes and gets the truth. that's not scindia that's england some is in many different parts of the world a facing very similar problems is it possible that farm is all over the s. by using edible chemicals or risking their health and even their lives. to do you know start fighting against saddam. can use a business that's going to search it off because of these yes to issues. i started asking questions in the house rules when i realized what it was three years before i knew what my own which was almost i realized what it was or starting asking questions and hospitals and then i had all sorts of people who'd been afflicted coverage me rushing to the menu to warriors of the men mostly men. just watch we're going to change i want to ask you what is more dangerous g.m.o. on the sides of the sun i don't think one is any more dangerous than that i think
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the biggest dangers when you put together their marriage. to sheep dip that lady believes poison was in the open i first state the same category of pesticides that glyphosate blogs take. place to say to is initially created is to me thrust in mineral deposits from metal pipes when it gets inside a pipe it binds minerals and flows out of the pipe taking also minimal consequence with it so when this head decide to spread a fall festival so it takes away the minerals that we need. to know much. you know which they pick up there how much fresh. spirit she's not just the study we did with low cost america yes. everyone worldwide who be able to taste big zack we want stocks of chemicals. bodies we've already
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started life for sequencing in america in my opinion the only way to break the system is to me personally. if we can make this personal to the general population not just farmers not just people who live in rural areas but everyone and the only way to make it personal is for you to find out exactly what chemicals they're in your own body. as we were filming england's with us across rights what they allow cham critical to vacation. with family against it gerald smiles was at the forefront. the campaign. to see what he's got over the phone it's like a super muesli us superman yeah like you'd be so good in a way you would choose
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a byproduct which is left after making after you make on the cheese you take it out to the middle. it was a liquid which is called away and we sort could do not so it brings up the protein for just call for the papers and is there any g.m. all you know you know. so it will likely take. over my dead body. to the. earthquake because they couldn't take the ministry so that. they're happy to know the yeti yes they can feed. and gerald smiles leaves the great the fact that gull is knesset still allow g.m.
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crops into wales he's afraid that if england starts experimenting with transgenic crops it would inevitably cross the border through cross pollination between transgenic and regular plants if i was innocent people died tomorrow well points need to come up it was it would be an easy proof but he says gently slowly. tricky to human groups yeah absolutely i mean up until now we've found that just from the first five hundred samples that have been tested open no five percent of the population in america has life if we can make europe which is compared with most other environment chemicals is very very very high but also. it's been found in breast milk. also in blood as well i.
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was henry who told me about anyone being able to take a test discovered that own levels of glass to say to the body really impressed me i also discovered that ground up isn't just used chimps all it's incredibly popular dish no agriculture ok ok just ask me this even if we buy g.m. a free projects we still can't be sure that it's all so glad to take a break. thank . you may try hard. to do the i want to thank. the lord or she'll go yeah. yeah yeah i cried. i
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decided that my son and i would take the test to you to see if we have any glyphosate in our bodies i was convinced they wouldn't find it in my family well maybe just a small amount after all i do try to be careful about choosing the spiritual mind of the short list with a question you get. some scientists consider glad to say it's to be the direct cause of the alarming recent increase in autism cases the world health organization has also recognized glyphosate as a possible cost of action very. little black box w. on the the idea. dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle of the. new socks for the tell you that would be gossip and
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probably myself but. the bottom as they tell you think you are not cool enough to live by. the all the hawks that we all have on the walk. out on the target from our barbara starr to. bring. our. future. to.


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