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states right now where if you look at the media everything is now defined in terms of black and white you cannot think there was no analysis of trump's strategy because when you're talking about the devil in medieval theology you don't ask what is the devil's motives he's evil because he is a demon trump is by definition evil so you don't they don't think about they don't try to analyze what he was going to go to a short break here and we have to all keep in mind that donald trump's. public opinion numbers are going up down after a short break we'll continue our discussion trump's agenda stay with our. some people complain on.
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you know world of big part of the group lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the troops the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. have been saying the numbers mean something they matter the us is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime. it's tempting each day. eighty five percent of global wealth you longs to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent most want to secure some with four hundred to five hundred three per circuit first second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars
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about a list. welcome to sophie until i'm so busy shevardnadze said today we're got lots to talk about in our program and our gas. good luck that'll. play. welcome back across the uk where all things considered i'm peter lavelle true much we're discussing some real news. ok let me turn to d.m.a. here we still continue to get articles out again you know helsinki is an interesting program is that henry kissinger is giving advice to president trump
that and kissinger actually comes to i think he's been to russia seventeen times. a year and that the united states has to somehow come to an agreement with russia against china of course an echo of what kissinger engineered during the nixon administration nixon went to china i still think that train has left the station a long time ago i think it was going to disagree with me a little bit well i agree with you because it was basically president obama who i think was the most disastrous president in u.s. history primarily because he just institutions you know he made people does believe in the elections for the first time in many years. to use foreign policy disaster the main foreign policy disaster was that he managed to make russia and china elyse you know when russia became basically for the united states because of the ukrainian adventure of mr obama and mrs new one trait. push and pull and they meet
into china and what did obama do he visited all of those competitors philippians he reassured that will against china and the chinese gave us the gas prices that we have been asking from them for ten years maybe more so china became you know unwittingly probably russia's a way and it's not going to change in the near future because mr obama may have may have to change but the point here is that this is an ongoing worship is interests are i've been arguing for the last fifteen years that russia's interests were to turn towards china but that does not mean that it was to be totally beholden to china have learnt. his best interests to be able to balance the world is going to break up into two competing poles you've got the western pole and you've got the greater china pole and russia would be very well to be able to move back and forth between them play them off against each other where possible and i don't want to
sound. stolen this from one thousand nine hundred thirty three did it bring blatter what i mean just tore all together to have a point basically in this triangle the soviet union now russia china the united states because always been like that every poll wanted the other two poles to quarrel over the evidence when they made a really diplomacy cold relationship with both of them to metoo next is it a yes that science i'll know was and they need nixon went to be gene and managed to have good relations with china have normal relations with the british there and china and the soviet union of our mortal falsetto going to make it not only did the all because it let me go to charles here the thing is that in looking at this gambit of you know three major polls the thing is that what does the west now have to offer to russia because russia since one thousand nine hundred one and
i would say that china during its modernization remarkable marden modernization russia and china have one very important thing in common the defense of their sovereignty the you don't west is always asking everyone to compromise their sovereignty the fact that russia and china are cooperating there is their sovereignties brings them together they have a common cause charles in line yeah that's absolutely right and that's clear to any observer of what's been going on over the last decade or so the united nations within the united nations security council where the west's thinking obviously about libya and what happened with libya that there was a consensus in respect of libya and. the resolution was passed but then that resolution of course was abused by britain france and the united states today and effect regime change in libya and i thought of course was very instructional i think for russia and for china that the west couldn't be trusted and therefore when
we've seen with syria the various resolutions that the west is attempts to pass there and elsewhere in the world that the west's well really we mean the west by what we mean is printing fronts in america pushing a constant agenda of interference in other countries affairs for that section of benefit and that has been opposed consistently by russia and china so even on the united nations security council russia and china have been pushed constantly together by the west and the comment you just came out with peter is really part of what putin himself said recently when trump said he would almost impossible he would like russia to come back to some to become the. person's response again was very interesting when putin said if i can quite correctly he said well actually thanks for the invitation but there are other forums that are available to us and of course he was talking about china and the rest of the world that isn't the west to answer your question peter what ken. is threatened by the u.s.
. they have do not underestimate their ability to cause havoc the united states as you pointed out controls the global financial system the dollar based system they can slap i mean they slapped sanctions on mr. roussel and this is caused major distraught came in by november and european companies if they trade all oil years buy oil from iran and the ok but that's that's for the russian standpoint some degree of deterrent would be useful simply because otherwise the the if the entire financial market is getting up right now and it's you know i'm working out the financial. and raising funds for russian companies right is quite complicated right now the bond market has become a lot more a lot a lot more expensive to access because the constant threat of american sanctions now whether trump can avoid further sanctions i think is and is another question
and we should do a separate program on the weaponization of the dollar you're going to see i mean let me go to you about iran because you know we had we had president we talked about he was kind of the world according to trump here but then you know he kind of goes back to the old script here and says to iran never ever threaten the u.s. again or suffer consequences like the which few have ever suffered before i mean what gives mean the united states and then there's these rumors maybe planted rumors that the u.s. will have a one off strike on iran is this all bluster to keep the israelis on the saudis b. and a packet of home in the us now i hope it is all bluster about that's very dangerous boss you know all these kind of standard for each one of these things. i mean start going nuclear strike there you go and he kind of backpedaled look what it did to the european union well i agree with eric in principle but talking about irresponsible talk someone should not be given the lessons on the responsible talk
that's the united states you know that the states is rightly criticized of the most on fundamentalists for overreacting or be in the original generational when they hear of all the holy koran being mistreated somewhere right well when the united states just hears rumors about elections not in that way the right away. and in the right way exactly as they behave as the regime that they asked the arrangements is that was done he wanted i was already going to be going to charles will go to charles in london i can. do a lot of great things there but i mean eric's right is this this like this opening salvo in the negotiations. kind of like rocket man comment here charles more seriously we know that donald trump has a visceral hatred of everything that barack obama did and that's one of the reasons why i walked away from the iran deal ok i still think and maybe this is tattooed on
my brain it's all about the mid terms he said he was going to be against iran that's one of his check things on the back of the envelope he's just doing everything for some kind of red wave in november charles. what's interesting we've mentioned pows so there was very in the last few days of course a poll asked americans whether they would support an attack on iran could plant the overwhelming majority in fact by a factor of two to one said that they would oppose an attack on iran rather than support it and so that shows that people perhaps are coming around to trump's way of thinking i mean his wife thinking rather than what he actually says if i can solve if we look at the this is the with the e.u. with korea and we've seen this again and again what he does is make these threats his opponents respond with similar threats and we'll get a very entertaining twitter spot that ends up often with compromise and agreement
and of course that's the basis of much negotiation and i think people understand also of course it gives the pound of flesh i mentioned earlier so he's to mastic critics say he's been tough on these various so-called enemies of the united states and lobby groups that are so important in the u.s. in other words saudi arabia for example is right obviously but nonetheless i think it's important to make this point that despite trumps what might be his best efforts the big ship of american foreign policy has not been turned around it is still based fundamentally on confrontation and domination of the world rather than in cooperation and partnership and that of course is enshrined particularly this year within the u.s. national security document which named russia and china as enemies i mean large force as competitors to be actually guarded again as we have let everyone know about it but i think that you know i've read that the. pronouncements here and it
does fall into the trumping world view that there can pay deterrence as can be compete with here it's not it's not like we have the the us has to change the world to make it safe for democracy we're no longer in that realm we're in a different well when you know or bush or for. and chrysler can teach for their new auto models they're not competing against enemies they're not competing against the forces of evil they are competing against competitors trump understands perhaps bristly that other countries have their own interests too and he wants he described in this press conference with putin he described the russia as a strategic as a competitor and he said and a good competitor well they're competing for markets there. for for ok i have always the first time ever that i've seen american pie.