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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. a public official still
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eastman has increased in number if the numbers go on to increase if these fever really used in them selves 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 accepts 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 in politically gemini and under this umbrella of growing right think populism of course right in the radicals right wing extremists . protected the german state district to their all the power and strength it has germany has very strict gun control laws thankfully gun deaths are 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. but after eighteen years don't be evil is no longer part of google's main fell off of the change comes amid outrage in the company about its involvement in the u.s.
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government's military program artie's dawn 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 intelligence analysts fine objects on video feeds from drones you know it's kind of
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like a facebook photo when you upload a photo in to facebook facebook will able to identify which of your friends are in that photo project made and it's the same thing google staff and ai 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 may even be cancelled and that google enforced a clear policy sitting that neither google nor is contractors every word fear 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 specific project is a pilot with the department of defense the typology flags images for human review
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and is for non-offensive uses only google claims that. 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 are 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 it is interesting to see that struggle be playing out well we have asked
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google to comment on the code of conduct changes but the company yet to respond more on this as soon as we get it. now at the fifo well cup fast approaching football legend peter schmeichel continues to make sprawl the host cities across that russia would have his latest report by thoughts of the day it's. been a lot harder selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chickenhawk forcing you to fight the battles. that you talk to try to tell you that would be gossip exactly. what the advertising tell you you are not pulling out like you. are the hawks that we are on the one.
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nor make manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling class is some project himself. the famous. the one. nor middle of the room. welcome back it's just weeks before 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 cities this time visiting the most western one kaliningrad.
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most of. it will be. knowledge. thanks for joining us the international best out will be back at the top of the hour with all the latest headlines join us then if you can't. 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 he's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's
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a huge star among us and a huge amount of pressure come out you have to go meet the center of the beach but tell we are with you and we will show that all the great game the greatest good 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 to join the father thousand and feel the world cup in russia meet the special one i was also appreciated me to just say the review biagi team's latest edition to make up a bigger need to look. in some american cities the police have built themselves clear to read each nation people who walk on the street to be united states who are at risk from the very people who are supposed to protect that people are no more afraid of the police than. you can see something. happening this
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is like i don't want to call the cops let that abbe resident call the cops in those young black men lose their lives chasing the onion with the same goes on the trigger you never know better safe than sorry i don't know that someone else is going to die so. unfortunately around and around here we end up losing our guns on the dance told from such preclusion this place to bill clinton. fifty years ago breaking in within two cons again as a sleeping pill and does this is what i mean because a doctor does what he said to the scientific sweat terrible but not on the road as shown in dutch one trouble in the movie he. will come up across europe victims are starting legal battles demanding at least some compensation in two ways first will the physical damage itself as well as the
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constant mind that the people who actually perpetrated this crime has never been before the justice and it has been a couple of. greetings and salutations you know i have to admit i talk watchers that there are there is definitely a certain time to appeal to watching the two great political parties of the united states along with their deep state handlers eat each other and their own over donald trump and russia gate and this bloody beast was on full display in all its ravenous glory over the recent exposing of seventy three year old oxford university professor one stuff and helper as the f.b.i. super duper secret inside spy on the trump campaign during the twenty sixteen presidential election it was mueller favorites carter page and george pop.
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apparently the main targets of helpers information gathering efforts page first contacted by helper in july had a conference in cambridge later papadopoulos that september in london according to the daily caller page told the news organization that he had stayed in contact with helper for the next fourteen months including virginia farm visits until september twenty seventh team around the time the surveillance warrant that had been taken out against paige was set to expire but but this isn't the first celeb first election spying go around for our good buddy helper no no no no no no no no for those not familiar outburst but the deep state intelligence community operative for decades most notably is glenn greenwald observes for a long forgotten spying scandal involving the nineteen eighty election in which the regular campaign using cia officials managed by a helper got caught running
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a spying operation from inside the carter administration. and that our buddy helper wasn't wearing another deep state home team jerseys in steps the pentagon and the office of medicine which according to federal records has paid help or more than one million dollars for research since two thousand and twelve. which which begs the question is there anyone in the u.s. government or the intelligence community who doesn't have their fingerprints all over mr halper let's find out as we start watching the hawks. it looks like. it's at the bottom if you. like you know that i got. to. leave that.
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well to the watching the hawks i am told that her and to help us sort out these non fiction from the fiction surrounding this bizarre strange case of step one helper tinker tailor informant spy is conservative commentator steve malzberg. so steve to see you my friend great to see you as always i want to ask steve how how dangerous of a precedent does this kind of informant based spying set for future u.s. presidential or even congressional campaigns. i think it's very very dangerous if this actually happened and i love don't you love the terminology in the argument the media reports with a straight face he wasn't a spy he was an informant ok. you know maybe the dictionary does have a difference but to me when it when it's put out in this manner what the election
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is you're talking about and someone infiltrating it doesn't matter what you call them i mean if this actually happened this isn't just bigger than watergate i mean this is this cuts to the very heart of our democracy if obama and his administration and the people in charge under obama played a role in planting someone in the trunk campaign the opposition presidential candidate if you will the opposition party i mean why how and people should go to jail if that actually happened and they're investing i mean you know trump called over the weekend for investigations and all this and what's interesting about this kind of use of informants is that since nine eleven there's been many accusations made against the f.b.i. for using informants to entrap or entice a person in the committing a crime they otherwise would not have the means ability motivation to commit now many republicans and a lot of law and order democrats have defended that practice you know we're going to use it to catch terrorists with these new revelations will we see support for
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the f.b.i. is rather interesting use of informants finally come into question being that that's you know could be what's up play here. to me it's apples and oranges to me you know if you want to infiltrate groups that you believe might be preaching terror or a terrorist might be in that group and you want to make sure in an effort to keep us safe i don't have a problem with that even a religious institution if someone wants to come to my place of worship if the f.b.i. suspects there's something nefarious going on and wants to sit next to me and watch i don't care because i have nothing to hide and if there is somebody in there i hope they find them but this i mean the. presidential election you can't have the current administration the administration in power you know trying to sabotage an illegitimate presidential election my goodness i mean that that would be unprecedented notwithstanding the the what you alluded to earlier with the apparently the same. informer who worked against carter from within the
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administration for the reagan campaign but this would be this would be huge and it should be and remember you know all of this goes back to this you know wild crazy dossier that we find out was you know paid for by political opposition and like all of that so i mean really you kind of create this echo chamber of everyone using the same chain of evidence but but you know it being used by all these different groups so it's really just comes on the one thing you know what i found fascinating was watching the media the f.b.i. and many mainstream news outlets have been adamant that helper was not spying on the campaign that he was not a spy but they called him and informant or my favorite that he was just monitoring the trump campaign for the f.b.i. which was a new one like high school monitoring and. you know why why the dance of linguistics what why the why is there controversy over what term is used for what he did because trump said spy trump said spied way in the beginning if you remember memory said there were reports that obama spied on me during the campaign spied on the
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trump tower so the media and certainly the f.b.i. can't have that it sounds better with informant but there's a report out there and i mean this is pretty well established i think that this this i'll call them a spy that he called up a co-chair of the campaign and said hey i would like to be your foreign policy adviser for the campaign now he was trying then to not only inform by getting in touch with papadopoulos and saying hey you know about those russian hack e-mails right now. what not only by getting in touch with paige not only flying papadopoulos to. london where every flew and all expense paid but he wanted to get in and become a part of the truck campaign to increase his exposure and be able to yes spy from the real inside of the campaign so he's not an informant he was a spy in my view who was looking to get even further in bed to do more spock it was
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incredible no no there was a very big push to keep you know how we're from being exposed as the f.b.i. informant i mean we don't know for sure yet if he was we're pretty much all signs point to that he was a guy in fact democratic senator mark warner the top democrat on the senate intelligence committee exclaimed on twitter that attempting to unmask a confidential source was irresponsible and potentially illegal now given how present known history and involvement with the cia the f.b.i. his decades long career in the government it's not really a secret that the guy was in the house you know i mean it's not a that's not a secret how does that threaten national security but it doesn't take a spy to figure that out no it does it here's the thing he also said that it puts his life in danger and human and human resources in danger and that is so untrue every time the republicans on one of the committees wanted to get ahold of
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documents the f.b.i. the justice department and the democrats on that committee say oh no you'll be able reveal the techniques and you'll put a lot of our lives in danger spies lives in danger you can't do that and then when it was subsequently released and we saw what it was had nothing to do with that they're hiding that's the excuse they use when they want to hide an opposite gate and just don't let the american people know what's out there they claim whole security system will blow up if we if we see that document or find out that fact and you know and that's part of that is that excuse has been used. so much you know in the last twenty thirty years if not more of you know it puts the nation at risk we can't release this we can't wait and of course there are certain things you don't want to release to the public troop movements things like that things that actually put people's lives in danger but what i fear is over using that excuse over and over again it's kind of like telling the night doles the impact of it to a certain point it's like well what doesn't put somebody who's life in danger
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really of it is just covering up you know the thing that i want to really ask you is where do you see all this going i mean it's bizarre already it's taken the twists and turns i mean i think giuliani was saying that potentially or something the might wrap up the mueller investigation could wrap up by september something where does all this go next in your assessment well yeah giuliani a that said muller offered a deal of september first if he testifies of trump testifies i hope he does not meet with mother where are we going with this well first of all trump wanted investigation into the spy allegations but all he got was another inspector general investigation he can't subpoena people it put them under oath it's way it's a waste i think you got snookered with that i think you should demand that sixteen congressman did today a special counsel special and for a prosecutor to investigate the spying allegations the feis awards everything that the attorney general is doing but do it with real subpoena power i think you're
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going to get from moller a report to congress there's no russian collusion in it but there he's going to make a case for obstruction of justice trump at a rally said come on russia show us the e-mails trump fired the f.b.i. director trump said this they're going to make a case and if the democrats win the house they'll impeach him but there's no rush in collusion and you might those see some of the family members like donald jr and others they may get into legal hot water for what they did even though i don't think they did anything wrong you don't almost no experience it almost makes me wonder. if you put that magnifying glass. like the mueller investigation on any number of individuals in washington republican or democrat i'm sure that i mean i'm sure you're going to see all of the things that eventually will probably be levied at donald trump and his crew. right i mean when you give us an attorney or a prosecutor unfettered access to go after anybody for anything you're going to
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find stuff on lots of people and that's that's the shame of it all it really is you know lots of people who did absolutely nothing and already accuse of doing anything had to go higher very expensive lawyers to accompany them to testify either before the dollar or before the senate or house committees and it ruins lives financially speaking if not reputations as well you're right you're right you could probably find you could indict a ham sandwich is the expression and i believe that's true most definitely i mean like i kind of at the beginning is that what really concerns me is that if we allow this kind of behavior to take place where we allow the intelligence communities to kind of spy on the candidates the whether you like them or not or agree with them or not there has to be more than opposition opposition research to instigate that spying there's got to be more i mean i don't i mean look if someone is legitimately a threat to the country in the running for office yes you should take a look and say ok is this person dangerous but at the end of the day it's got to be more than just apo research because everybody does that and really how about it it
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scares me and how would you like to be under investigation by the f.b.i. when the f.b.i. agents are texting to each other this guy's in eighty eight we have to have an insurance policy against him winning and i mean come on great that's a great point steve malzberg always a pleasure to have you on and talk with you and. soon my pleasure thank you. as we go to break clock watchers don't forget to let us know what you think of the topics we've covered on facebook and twitter see our poll shows at our t.v. dot com coming up filmmaker corey rowe enters the hawk's nest to discuss his new documentary film on p.t.s.d. and us military veterans mile mark you don't want to miss this states and the watching the whole.


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