tv The Peter Schmeichel Show RT June 13, 2018 1:30pm-2:01pm EDT
twenty to twenty six football fans are going to have to travel to the united states mexico and canada one of their teams is going to be the biggest since the top of the began in one hundred thirty as well it'll consist of forty eight teams sixteen more than the current format football consultant and former fee for communications director walter gregorio told me that organizing the event over three countries has its own set of problems. it's easier to try and host this massive tournament in place or does it make more sense to try and absolutely absolutely want to and this would be kind of the yawning factor in our the need to go to morocco already when you have one single country but different states it is very complicated and you can imagine if you have three different legal systems in all. it's for sure more more complicated than if you have one single country by the end of the money is talking if you see the forecast is a more than fourteen billion u.s. dollars for four for the united bid and i think seven billion still enough but it's
half for the moral earthing for the france it's even something that might like you know they could say ok we go and have fun at the games and then we travel around so i don't think that there is a kind of a negative factor in terms of organizing a world cup talking from fever aside for sure it's easier to have in one country before voting at the fifa congress got underway at the expo center in moscow president putin welcomed football's main governing body to the city he thanked them for the close cooperation and assistance they gave during the seven years of preparations for the world cup and stressed that the event has special meaning for russia you know she is the only to be able to defeat a world cup is an event of great importance to us many generations of fans have been dreaming about the world's top teams coming to our country and this dream comes true tomorrow is embodied in twelve top notch stadiums and modern infrastructure but the most important thing is the great number of fans who are coming. country to share the joy of belonging to this exciting sporting event r.t.
world cup host and star goalkeeper peter schmeichel spoke to the current fifa chief gianni and tino about current issues they're facing in russia. it is no secret a lot of tension between the world and the world cup host nation how are fifa how are you dealing with that i mean how exhaustive. coming in making this the best event in the world with all that's going on at the moment by focusing on football i think that's the key and that's the secret we have to focus on for but i think there are enough. sadly people around the world to try to just you know divide or argue or dispute or whatever we have to try to unite football is uniting football is has this this magic and this power of bringing people together we don't want to make politics we don't want to take positions on
whether and who is right or wrong we have to organize football and if thanks to football we can send those on messages of unity and football is about bringing together about enjoying about about creating an atmosphere which will show to the world as well a country like russia with a hundred fifty million people who want to welcome the world in there in their country and i think football has this power to change also the perception of people about the country and about maybe a particular period in time and i'm sure that this world cup. in russia this particular moment of time will have quite a significant impact. over
the past few days the world cup host cities have been welcoming all the die hard for both supporters who've been arriving early to watch their teams train thanks to the supporters anticipation is building across russia where the games are going to be played mexican fans are putting on a fantastic show getting into the mood in bright national costumes and abrams' with supporters really getting into the spirit of things we've been asking some friend fans from france what their hopes were for their squad led to the senate minority but i'll be disappointed if we don't make it to the final. well i think that we can get to the fore know although i'm not sure i could say when. we want to when we want to circumstance. our most international fans arrived in russia by plane some decided to challenge themselves and took some unusual modes of transport take a look. thank you. both.
our first time to be in the world cup. since a. few years ago i have the first match her with the ball but away from the first match the other tickets the boy has finished. but. the fuel tank thanks thanks. we will drive the russian any all the car but it wouldn't be the same the joke is to try to rush. the russian car. thank
you. no matter how far the team goes we will follow it in the car and so the longer the team stays the longer we drive and we were off for that we were excited for. a lot of russian started adding us and sending us messages on instagram a lot of them were offering. to give us a tour of the city too they were showing off their own lot to us because they love the car. thank you thank. you i'm seventy years old. use of the transport would be too easy i'd learn nothing but the country car. what we saw. on the roof troy visit killing me taking this is such
a. kind of day for you on the driver in the spanish campus i told you earlier on in the program of the spanish f.a. sacked its managers just two days before the opening game but they've now got a replacement in place and it's former rail madrid defend fernando hierro who's just been announced as the replacement coach for the spanish squad after the take he was sacked the spanish f.a. got rid of the national team coach just two days ahead of their first game which is against portugal because judah not to take it announced on tuesday that he to accepted the job as manager at rail madrid and it appears of the spanish football officials were very unhappy with that move. throughout the month long torment will be in every house city getting a taste of the action it starts today just a couple of hours from now five pm moscow time star goalie peter schmeichel and obviously your hobby will start our live coverage from very high up the.
twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all but there was one more question by the way who's going to be our coach. you guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and the huge amount of pressure you have to go to the center of the beach with all. the great. you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down there we left go. alone. and i'm really happy to join the fall of two thousand. meet
the special one come on. meet the radio. latest edition of make up as we go. welcome back on to our other headline news now is the world's left analyzing tuesday summit between the leaders of north korea and the united states the american president's been explaining what was key to bringing kim jong un to the negotiating table without the rhetoric we wouldn't have been here i really believe you know we'd sanctions and all of the things that you would do but i think without the rhetoric you know. i don't want to get specific on that but there is a policy of silence sometimes i felt foolish doing it. but we had no choice summit
in singapore full of mutual reassurances of course but as one i guess d.f. now reports north korea should perhaps look to the example of other countries who placed trust in previous us president. what's not to like a new nuclear disarmament deal potentially one less country with nukes where all bets are off all of us and we have this truly historic moment on film. or the nation. on earth. so why does kim jong jr seems to suspicious could be anything poison assassins or trump just waiting to backstab him the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal come to
think of it america's nuclear deals to seem to last exactly as long as the incumbent president take the rainy and deal brok obama his partner has worked on it for years so much work so much effort just for trump to tear it all up don't forget obama negotiated the arendelle one of the worst disasters the dumbest deals ever negotiated except don't feel sorry for a bomber just yet george bush his predecessor also struck a nuclear disarmament deal with gadhafi the two leaders discussed this agreement should help to bring a painful chapter in the history between our two countries closer to closure it worked gadhafi gave up his nukes and what does a bomber do well he goes and bombs gadhafi is army alternately allowing the rebels
to gruesomely murdered him we came we saw them died. it's almost like something out of game of thrones and we aren't even done bush in turn screwed over big. clinton started roll back north korea's potentially deadly nuclear program we'll continue to implement the agreement we have reached with that nation get smart it's tough clinton had worked for years to make a deal with kim jong un's father to prevent then north korea from making a nuclear weapon and bush tore it up as seems to be tradition north korea is a regime arming with missiles and weapons of mass destruction while starving its citizens states like these and their terrorist allies constitute an axis of evil trump is one for tradition in fact he has a habit of tearing up documents memos papers when he's done with them he had
a bunch of guys at the white house whose job it was to piece back together the papers he shouldn't have torn up we literally had to spend hours per day. piece together the puzzle to tell you can and here we are generations of presidents generations of betrayal double crossing and deception and it seems that hasn't been lost on kim. and antiterrorism probe has been launched in austria after chancellor sebastien could receive death threats it's believed the threats are linked to the government closing seven mosques and expelling dozens of em arms over alleged links to extremism is our europe correspondent peter oliver. so nasty in courts is hard line against what he called political islam has seen the austrian chancellor on the receiving end of death threats this all started after courts announced on friday that seven mosques would
be shutting their doors and as many as sixty in moms were facing deportation six of the mosques run by the austrian turkish islamic union are accused of having links to extremism as well as being accused of harboring hate preaches one mosque run by the group in vienna but they caused a stir back in april when pictures emerged of children as young as four years old dressed in turkish military uniforms and saluting the turkish flag sixty him arms are also having their residence permits reviewed two of those of already being told that they have to leave the country could says he's sticking to promises he made while campaigning but only. parallel societies political islam and radicalization have no place in our country the federal government is taking action against these undesirable developments the decision to close the mosques which are accused of promoting turkish nationalism is being strongly criticized in ankara where
president erred the one has accused the chancellor of fanning the flames of religious hate your material shot its youth could cost you dearly you must know that closing a mosque in austria and deporting religious men could start a new birth of the cross and the crescent for which you will be responsible at just thirty one years of age could became chancellor at the head of a coalition between his conservative austrian people's party and the right wing freedom party now immigration is alarm featured prominently in the campaign and as we've seen from this latest move continues to play a big part in the policy that they're inactive however since the chancellor is receiving death threats it does seem that this is a policy that is in. going down well with the whole of austrian society peter all of r.t. berlin. six punish youngsters who formed a collective to bring an abandoned village back to life are facing jail time after
being found guilty of illegal occupation. we thought that. this village could be a really good for our project. here we have a twenty first on a solar panels a way to allow us to kind of still manage over our own supplies of energy so we bring the water that was broke and the source. when we know that this was illegal our way we tried to get. an agreement with the local government the government refused any kind of agreement
with us anyway we keep working here because we think this is good for the land this is good for the region we have this problem with the publication in spain they are in a. zone they are in. and don't with less pay people in spain. we spend actually focuses on persons of euro we spend all the money we have here. the local government that don't want us here we always for economic reasons here. hunt the navia the hunting a.d.r. gives the able government a lot of money. the neighbor from the military and there. are really nice with us
they really support what we are doing and this is. hope. a copy of this she send. over. because we trust on what we are doing and we hope we can win. this. and that's the way it looks from here for now i'm calling bright thanks very much for watching i'll have you next on news and thirty three minutes of c.n.n. by. god. god god.
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merry go round the sun be the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick. room in the real news room. this is boom bust broadcast around the world from right here in washington d.c. i'm part children thank you for joining us coming up in singapore president prompt a north korean leader kim jong un sign a document today asserting that the us president would provide security guarantees to the north koreans in exchange for the north korean leaders unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula what does the rest of the
agreement say and what would a reduction in tensions and ending of sanctions mean we'll get to all of it starting with the international attorney and trade policy expert in weekly a wealthy who is standing by and artie alex behala which also joins us to look at the economic opportunities that could come about if we got rid of the north korean sanctions particularly with regard to important hand korean pipelines plus there's new data out today is the consumer price index increased at its fastest pace in six years and the u.s. federal reserve open market committee begins two days of meeting last danielle de martino both about it and about other economic indicators to catch up on exactly where the u.s. economy stands and what to expect for the remainder of the year all that directly ahead but first let's get to a few headlines. amazon has come back to win a second round in the battle in seattle on affordable housing we reported here on
the push for a so called amazon acts and seattle to fund affordable housing and homeless services yesterday guest of the show seattle council member seamus to want tweeted that the mayor and city council plans to repeal the tax entirely at a meeting today this is all happening as we were going to air a proposed tax cap that five hundred dollars per employee at companies with over twenty million dollars in local revenues provoked amazon to threaten to scale back a major downtown construction project the tax was then reduced to two hundred seventy five dollars per worker and passed unanimously but amazon starbucks and other large companies led by the local chamber of congress hit back by funding a referendum to repeal the tax now only councilwoman so want and one other member of the nine person council say they will vote against repeal of the amazon tax even as housing advocates say seattle remains in a severe housing crisis we'll have more on this story in the coming days. and bad news on climate as china's carbon emissions are set to rise at their fastest rate
in six years according to a new report from greenpeace the environmental group examined official chinese statistics on emissions from manufacturing of call cement oil and gas the researchers found that carbon emissions from those sectors rose four percent in the first quarter of the year china is estimated to account for roughly one quarter of global carbon emissions carbon dioxide emissions global carbon emissions rose in twenty seventeen after three flat years experts say getting china to turn the corner and greenhouse gas emissions is critical to mitigating global warming and climate change in related news the u.s. national oceanic and atmospheric administration announced that the planet has just experienced the hottest month of may ever recorded the average temperature for may was five point two degrees fahrenheit above the historical average.
and is singapore president trump a north korean leader kim jong own did a lot of hand shaking him back flapping amid the historic meeting and they signed a document today asserting that the u.s. president would provide security guarantees to the north koreans in exchange for the north korean leader's unwavering commitment to complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula security guarantees were not detailed in the document in fact not a lot with details but what does the rest of the agreement say it isn't too long it just contains a four bullet points so we'll put it up on the screen it says the united states and the d.p. r. k. that's the de democratic people's republic of korea a misnomer but we'll leave it at that for now say they commit to establish new u.s. d.p. r. k. relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity simple enough united states and the d.p. r. k. will join their efforts to build a lasting as they. peace regime in the korean peninsula all good kudos if that can
occur and reaffirming the april twenty three twenty eighteen penman joam declaration the d.p. r. k. commits to work towards complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula and that agreement is the agreement signed at the inner korean summit by kim jong un and south korean president moon j in in late april about peace prosperity and unification of the korean peninsula and the fourth bullet is the united states and the d.p. r. k. commit to recovery m.i.a. remains including the intermediate repartition of those already identified fair enough but what does it all really mean we are joined by international attorney and trade expert in wilkie thank you so much for coming back we really appreciate it what's your overall general take on this thanks for having me back are going to be here i think that this. was a mixed bag at best the united states president donald trump gave away a lot by even meeting with the leader of a second rate dictatorship who imprisoned his citizens for political crimes and
assassinate people with w m d in foreign capitals so at first blush my response to today's communique will regain a lot. underwhelming on this so let's talk about the specifics i mean if we can denuclearize if somehow no way but somebody could help denuclearize north korea that's a great game great game but it is a game that north koreans play to draw these things out secretary cohen former defense secretary william cohen and former u.s. senator said is this could take ten years so this is not something that's going to happen anytime soon figuring out where all these places they would need to denuclearize this is a long game they're playing right this is a long game even up to fifteen years if you take the word of the six freed hacker from stanford who's an even more. expert at the denuclearization technicalities
what we have here is a country with a very well advanced missile program including a multiple independently targetable reentry vehicle intercontinental ballistic missile the wasan fifteen they're not going to give that missile up immediately nor are we aware of where these missiles are so denuclearization is a process that i surmise belongs with the e.a. and the united nations not with the united states much any to give you not correct we do not have the personnel or or the ability to get in and do a proper job of denuclearization verification ok now one of the things that the president said it wasn't in the agreement that i read for everybody but one of the things he said at a press conference was that they would stop these joint practices military practices war games the president called them with the south koreans now that is one of the things that north koreans really don't like and it seems to me you know
the president talked about this was a really expensive thing but you know we do these things for a reason to be ready to confront a possible. conflict particularly when there is a nuclear threat there what do you make of that determination by the president to say that we're not going to do these war games anymore these war games have been going on really nonstop since the end of the korean war in one nine hundred fifty three so they are absolutely part and parcel of the defense relationship between south korea the republic of korea and the united states we shouldn't be stopping them unless we get something directly in exchange in return from north korea and i would posit that the thing we should obtain an exchange for cancelling joy drills is the cancellation the permanent cancellation of rocket test the nuclear tests if donald trump had been smarter at the singapore summit he would have come home saying look at what we have here people were. stopping joint drills and he's stopping nuclear tests and mistakes as
a real possibility that north korea will continue to actually test missiles i think there's absolutely that possibility particularly since they have the capacity to send satellites into space and they can say well we're just shooting up this rocket today to put satellites x. into space while it's actually giving them a lot of valuable data that they can you know their eyes she certainly make the present present trump look fairly silly let me ask you you know we talked a couple of weeks ago about sanctions and and more often than not they maybe don't work have they worked with regard to north korea in look at north korea today we have a north korea that is equipped with this missile i've been talking about that is able to reach chicago and possibly even this town we're sitting in a large run to the bargaining table even if we're not striking the right bar sanctions blew up in our face in north korea they drove the north koreans closer to the chinese and russians so by by trying to punish them financially which the united states always reaches to first as its as its first tool we ended up geo
politically moua lining them with with the russians and the chinese so i would say no sanctions have been counterproductive this is an economy that is not very subject such as iran to sanctions pressure or russia to sanctions pressure so they have not worked in north korea the way the united states and the united nations wished that they would have and we welcome international lawyer trade expert thank you sir for being here thank you very much appreciate it. and while we are a long way off some like i mentioned former defense secretary william cohen who says it could be a decade what would be a stable north korean peninsula mean in terms of economic opportunity one possible initiative we may see sooner than later is a shared gas pipeline between north and south korea and russia is hoping to cash in on that argues alex mahela bitches following the story in toronto alex we are obviously.