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tv   Cross Talk  RT  May 28, 2018 7:30pm-8:00pm EDT

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so you just show that i'm standing with those fathers the smothers brothers the sisters who lost their children and their siblings in this war. that's why we also calling on the european union say enough is enough until you know you have to put sanctions israel show them that they are the violence that's been. israeli army has repeatedly stressed that it's acting in accordance with standard operating procedures and has accused the mass of fueling the rise let's go on this mitchell barak says that israel has every right to protect its borders the ones that were killed were close to the border they were either throwing molotov cocktails throwing stones shooting trying to do whatever they could to break through the border fence in order to kill israeli citizens please don't call them protesters we don't care how old they are if hamas is willing to put up teenagers or others that are young or old or elderly even in order to break through the
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israeli border he is really army will stop them that's reasonable the fact that there have been countries that have condemned israel i will say so what every country needs to protect their border every country needs to protect their citizens . despite the growing tensions israel is expected to ignore e.u. cool's not to demolish a bedouin village on palestinian territory israel argues that the village was built without permission. that it's the only school here there are no others i can go to jericho as traffic is so having if they come and tear our school down i'll study sitting on the ground
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. there was a gun on our democracy if they tear the houses down brick the school and people will stay here all the same as bedouin spend most of their lives out in the sun israel is targeting not only this settlement but all those to the east of jerusalem . news the british government set aside money for the upcoming e.u. parliamentary elections has briggs's supporters claiming that there's a sacred bed to keep the country in the bloc but officials claim the money is only there in case of emergency it's a precautionary measure so that we have the necessary funds to deliver our functions as a european parliamentary election in the unlikely event that they do go ahead. the
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elections for the european parliament will take place next may two months after the date when the u.k. supposed to walk through the e.u.'s exit doors and others raise concerns among euro skeptics as to why the u.k. is put aside eight hundred thousand pounds for those elections more than half of those who voted chose breaks it in june two thousand and sixteen. between london and brussels over the terms of that divorce began last year they're still ongoing a major stumbling block remains the irish border while there's still no solution satisfies all sides the e.u. says it wants more clear proposals from the british prime minister. we want an ambitious partnership with the united kingdom but for that we need realistic proposals from the u.k. and the garage cannot be a game of hide and seek the downing street spokesperson said to reason may simply trying to get the best possible deal that would satisfy both sides meanwhile you keep m.e.p.
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margot parker believes that british people are growing frustrated at just how long it's taking the government to find a solution. the british people have voted for this referendum have full expectancy to leave we're frustrated with our government being so slow in their negotiations you know we we find it very annoying very upsetting that they seem to be so slow every time i think they come to brussels brussels perhaps asks for something more and i'm afraid our government appear to be full of capitulation and they appear not not to be putting the british people first think this is a load of nonsense and i think if you were to put this back two years and say that would be at this position people would say no can't be so they need to sort themselves out but i do think the british public are getting very very fed up with this lack of moving forward. ivan the terrible who ruled as russia czar in the
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sixteenth century is still making headlines painting of him that hangs in a moscow gallery was vandalized by a visitor who claims that it falsifies the past. i came to see the painting i wanted to leave but then dropped into the bath ate and drank one hundred grams of water. using is no bones hussan and yet it's still unclear whether he killed his son that he's been portrayed as this all to ban in place you look at other countries rule is
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at the time there were no bets on. a black activist claims place it raised evidence of when he was stops during a rally in california will bring his story next after the break. local blogs selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chickenhawk forcing you to fight the battle. for new socks credit so you can separate gossip and tabloid by trial for yours. doesn't tell you
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all enough to buy their product. these are the hawks that we along with our love for. this manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling class is protect themselves. when the crime. nor middle of the room signal. the journalist attack to the twenty six the neo nazi rally in sacramento says the
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local police tried to file false charges because of his political views and claims that he wanted to film the protest stenton violent leaving ten people injured. so tico bannon is a long time activist against racism and police brutality he was seriously injured while filming the sacramento protest activist claims all the evidence that he had on his camera including images of the attacker was raised by police abundant also says police did little to protect him from being stamped police in turn claim the
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activist was fueling the unrest by raising his fist in the air is a symbol of black power and they had wanted to charge him with assault they also say the activists was promoting extremist views on social media surgical bannan claims the charges didn't come to fruition as the evidence didn't back up those claims and he told us why he thought he was targeted this is a problem with racism in america you know this is why somebody like the president the united states will get our cd and it's you know well there's part of that by the examples it's trying to reach it's not a really absolutely claim by us it's the same is a. listen now this is the situation it is best to get it easily it's hard to. see his wife last with all sympathies he'll eat all the oxygen and that's all he
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can do whatever. it was because this lady was not worth little. too little my eyes are out and all of us. we've asked the police to elaborate on their allegations against the ban and we've yet to receive a response it's not the first time the black activists have found themselves on the wrong side of the law rakim logan was prosecuted as a black identity extremist he was arrested for political views expressed in his facebook posts down there harris was charged with unlawful wounding after he was beaten up by white supremacists. in other news there are growing suspicions that the u.s. has prepared an indictment against wiki leaks founder julian assange washington has for years refused to officially confirm or deny whether it had done so democratic congressman adam schiff a leader of one of the investigations into alleged russian meddling in the us said
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that he would accept testimony from a songe but only if the whistleblower is in custody and that's after a song's reportedly sought an audience will shift to prove his innocence you have joined a side willing to speak to actually yes yes he told me when mark this year end of the end why does join a side want to do that because well he's ready to show that there is no collusion but in a tweet wiki leaks denied its founder had ever made such an offer adding that a sarge quote does not speak to the public through third parties we spoke with randy credico the man behind the story he insists that he was contacted by someone from wiki leaks when they found out that he was going to meet schiff. i met him at the white house correspondents dinner and said he'd like to talk to me privately i said sure off the record so people who are associated with wiki leaks got wind of that and all they did was give me
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a simple message that if mr shift would like to interview mr a songe he would welcome that that's all i do not speak for wiki leaks i do not speak for julian assange all i did was deliver that message. julian assange has been a longstanding nuisance for the united states since the foundation of wiki leaks in two thousand and six it has published thousands of documents that expose u.s. officials diplomats the army and the intelligence services and over the years top u.s. officials have not men's that woods when it comes to sons this guy is a traitor a treasonous and he has broken every law the united states the guy ought to be and i'm not for the death penalty so if i'm not for the death penalty i want to do it illegally shoot the son of a. man as a terrorist you can act tough and say if we catch you we're going to hang you whatever wiki leaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service ignorance or misplaced idealism is no longer an
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acceptable excuse for lionizing these demons and critical again says that the whole case against the sons goes against the first amendment. this is a first amendment case julian assigns is protected by the first amendment that's the reason why we have a first amendment to protect the press he's a publisher and he is an editor and he is a journalist he didn't like what he had to publish that's the reason why do us is serious about extraditing and charging julian a songe to us we'll bring him over to this country and then they will put him in a supermax and get a kangaroo trial court and that would be it for him for the rest of his life. europe is making last ditch efforts to try to save the iran nuclear deal during a meeting of the blocks foreign ministers in brussels officials are promising a number of measures to shield european companies from u.s. sanctions but as aunties and isha sesay reports now washington seems to have made
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so he seems to have the upper hand. it took twelve years of international diplomacy to reach a nuclear deal that trump decided to tear up and now you are pissed left are vowing to protect economic ties with iran from renewed u.s. sanctions that have been acting already i do european union level to make sure that the nuclear the mint is preserved and people make investments from beginning to end side but also from other sites in the world so are protected and we will work so that we can maintain the framework of the twenty fifteen points of the american decision we will ensure that our companies can stay in the wrong business leaders however have struck more of a pessimistic note the c.e.o. of all giant total is ready to pull out of a multi-billion dollar project and less given a waiver it's not possible to run the global company in this world today we've just . as a us system that's all of us all here if you have the world and other european companies
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accosting major doubt there's a plan a sci fi political system and if your premise is that this is what you're going to do that's exactly what you're going to do they you house decided to activate a law that will ban european companies from complying with the u.s. sanctions against iran but there's a snag the statute has never been used before and this seen by european governments as more of a political weapon than a regulation because this was a difficult to enforce. indeed the e.u. blocking regulation could be of limited effectiveness that given the international nature of the banking system and especially the exposure of large systemic banks to the u.s. financial system and us dollar transactions history has taught us that transplanting partnership has been strengthened by cooperation of trade defense and shared values but in this current crisis and mission needs to be taken even if the european union would act to protect european companies. want to continue to do business
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review iran they cannot really prevent the united states to sanction them on the american markets they don't know wants to push to berlin meet of a trade war with the european union member states be strong enough that we have a pretty. to really decide the countermeasure us which by united states we are not so far in your position to do this while the e.u. scrambles to save the nuclear dail this hasn't gone unnoticed by tehran which is ramping up the pressure these political support for the nuclear court is not sufficient then ounce one of the possible withdrawal by major european companies from the corporation with iran is not consistent with the european union's commitment to implementing the deal as it currently stands syrup is talking tough
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on doing business without the u.s. but can the bloc really stand alone when the time comes to act. by staying with r.t. the updates coming your way in just thirty minutes time. at the moment it is anyone's guess where the korean negotiations stand again donald trump used the wild card also gives the u.s. isolating itself on the world stage. fifty years ago pregnant women to come together as a sleeping pill. to. the side effects were terrible but not on the road.
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across europe victims are starting legal battles demanding at least some compensation. in two ways first will the physical damage itself as well that the concert mind that the people who actually perpetrated this crime has never been able to justice and there's been a couple. afshin rattansi we're going underground is chinese communist party officials in the united nations office of outer space affairs and then it's details of the new china space station coming up on the show on today's anniversary of the convening of the first palestinian national council for palestine we go to ramallah to ask palestine chief negotiator so i barack at the u.k. backed israeli government could ever be made to abide by un resolutions and what
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now for israel we speak to the co-chair of the northwest friends of israel ready to . about the difference between self-defense and war crimes plus why the writer of going underground looks the way he does we speak to the designer who dressed more like paul weller about class and the story of british modernism colas a more coming up in today's going underground but first today politicians from across the e.u. discuss implementation of the iran nuclear deal or j c p o to many around the world statements like these from washington which is arguably violated un security council resolution two two three one is destroyed a post nine hundred forty five consensus the usa has declared an all out economic war against a middle east superpower is will indeed end up being the strongest sanctions in history when we are completely after our sanctions come in force it will be battling to keep its economy why compare that with the foreign minister of the
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largest economic bloc in the world a nuclear deal with iran is crucial for the security of the region of europe and the entire world for france's position on the j c p o iran nuclear deal that's why france will not leave the g.t.p. henri the same goes for the international community even if britain arguably waivers in alleged genuflection to the usa the course the president does is right to see flaws in it and he set a very reasonable challenge to the world will look iran is behaving badly iran has a tendency to develop intercontinental ballistic missiles we've got to stop that we've got to we've got to we've got to push back on what iran is doing in the region we've got to be tougher on iran britain is nato partner turkey which borders iran is arguably more forthright we do not find this to be right for the sake of the peace of the region. because as the international atomic energy agency statement says in respect to the nuclear issue iran is a country which for phil their obligations to one has been increasingly more
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forthright against the usa he faces electoral opponents in less than a month's time who. threatened to shut down nature's bases interlink from where washington bombs countries all around the region they could also kick out all u.s. soldiers in turkey by christmas president for his part was the first nato nation leader to kick out an ambassador from anglo-american backed israel in the past few days the reason british armed israeli soldiers were doing or killing thousands this month well joining me now from ramallah is palestine's chief negotiator. thanks for coming on going underground firstly your reaction to groups such as britain's labor friends of israel that alone boris johnson's foreign office blaming hamas for the israeli massacre of great return much protest as this is shameful this is as low as looking get it you know when you have sixty four palestinians slaughtered and killed in cold blood more than two thousand five hundred wounded not
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a single bullet was fired not a single demonstrator had anything in their hands and then they have this spend to blame the killed and the victims i don't know what we would missing in international politics even with all this t.v. coverage with all this situation where the mage all of them were killed in the land of go all of them were wounded and then to go is that not a single israeli was shot wounded or even even threatened and yet there are those people who come out to say those who are killed should be blamed and this is shameful this is disgusting and this is how low in this international politics. we're going i would never thought in my life to see if you know the friends of israel in britain or the nikki haley in the un or others who are more plain more israelis than their israelis on this at least there were some israeli
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writers who stood tall. to say enough is enough about these massacres being committed against the innocent civilian population and then the second pretext the us they say oh they're hamas that lieberman the defense minister of israel says there are no innocent people of gaza imagine two million people there isn't a single entrant child woman man in the eyes of lieberman who is innocent so everyone can be killed everyone should be killed and then secondly. we have videos of israeli soldiers shooting sniping our kids and then dancing dancing on it and number three we called for an investigation commission and who rejected negotiate their investigation commission israel halley from friends of israel and london and nowhere what's going on that cannot stand that that cannot stand if we if you want
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peace in this region if we want to defeat extremism in this region we cannot allow this extremist israeli government to do what's doing in terms of settlement activities the massacres the confiscation of land the settlement activities the siege the closure they have there and get them to a big prison in the last eleven years to a big prison then one response from britain is now to send prince william the first ever member of the royal family to go to israel what do you think of the we were contacted and he also want to talk to to visit us we're not against anybody is coming to visit this region but we want people to stand tall we want britain to stand tall and you have a you know the british parliament almost three years ago voted unanimously to know how to recognise the state of palestine with these drugs in the sky better. the government didn't is that i should not be rewarded i'm going to interfere in the partakes of britain who comes and who goes but all i'm saying is that if we want to preserve international law if we want to preserve nonviolent palestinian struggle
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against israeli occupation people should stand tall people especially in britain should stand tall and condemn these atrocities and and crimes committed against the palestinian people and take take a step of courage but who knows in this state of palestine because when you say that you support the two states you should know who is the two states are not one state i know you have said that because of the trump decision to move the embassy all talks are off even if there were talks what is the state of health of your leader mahmoud abbas is with the hospital as a matter of fact just visited with him his is doing well he had some. lung infection and some high fever and he needed some treatment and he's really recovering and doing very well but didn't the palestine paper leaks in effect mean that you offered israel what trump has you said the biggest jerusalem in jewish
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history with all of this is this wasn't true what i said was jerusalem should be divided is jerusalem should be the capital of palestine and it was there was a limb be the capital of israel but then we can have open city of big jerusalem that can be on both sides we don't want. out the day after peace is signed if we ever do to that there things should look different palestinians and israelis deserve there to live and let live and that's what we did we did we did yes we did look you know there's a right to exist in peace and see you can succeed in lines we have accepted many many many terms in terms of security arrangements and so on but unfortunately we haven't had an israeli official say that there are who knows the state of palestine on the nine hundred sixty seven lines. we haven't heard any israeli official saying that settlement should be stabbed in the country or government since oslo agreement continued to build settlement activities and continue dictations and continual
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siege and closure assassinations and all this collective punishment being employed so if peace of the end of the day is a need and we need peace israel need peace if one day there would arise in israel. leader a party that is willing to commit itself to peace they should know that the only solution is for the state of palestine with east jerusalem as its capital to live side by side with is the state of israel. on the one hundred sixty seven lines as a solution based on international law to prisoners water and other issues should be should be found and we can do it but so far this israeli government supported by the driver of the main driver for them now is mr trump himself they believe they can dictate the solution on us they believe they can get away with the settlements and the siege and the closure and making a deeper apartheid system in the west bank and in jerusalem then that which existed in south africa there are orders in the west bank today and is jerusalem we cannot
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use as palestinians only israelis can use and such diseases as bigotry and racism once then afflict underneath our skins our skins as humans. all of us we have it in this it is just defy it sociologically psychologically economically sexually and now as well as in the pretext of security to justify the apartheid system also apartheid will not survive the current situation is not sustainable so what netanyahu are doing they're destroying moderates like me who believe in the two state solution who believe in. peace peacefully and nonviolence. i mean me me and my president mahmoud abbas and my party and the majority of the palestinian people really destroying palestinian out of moderates and if you take a shit and take the terms. and the last he what he did in the last year who get it and who lost. they're destroying a destabilizing stability in this region they're destroying the mother that's in
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this region these things and extremism in this region and extremist and reject this region bloodying their decisions as you said of president ram because they are telling us look for twenty five years you have been negotiating or you. want your last you which of the two of the two state solution jerusalem and because of palestine was doesn't have the reserves and look what they're doing to you know what do you answer. what do i answer you said when the leader arrives israel until that peaceful protest arguably doesn't work what are your people supposed to do until a leader. of what we have no place to go today from the river jordan to their military and greater historic palestine today i am fifty point nine percent of the pollution. and is forty nine point one percent of the pollution what the question to them what are the going to do with me i'm here i'm here to stay i'm
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going to develop my own army my institutions my schools my university is my hospital is i have to protect my people in every sense possible we still believe we will still continue to seek peace but we want nations on earth like. union for instance to move to extend call where can there who is jerusalem as capital of palestine where can they do who knows the policy instead when they say two state solution where can they help palestinian moderates to steer the course where can they help keep hope in the minds of palestinians because i'm afraid if peaceful demonstrations don't work and if peace negotiations are not working i'm afraid this vacuum will be filled by this variation and this petition only this but it acts that's the truth never a dull moment if we want to avoid violence if we want to avoid extremism if we want to. we should act immediately to keep the alive in the.


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