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yes the list goes to show this is a serious. side surely russia georgia. blader you find out through the european commission that in fact it was georgia. that a terror cell to say it was not a fear of the mainstream media they reported that russia started the conflict and said nothing about soccer surely opening fire on the night of the beginning of the olympics in beijing i talked to many people i've posted many things on the internet and letting people know the truth about what really happened now it is. very clear streams if i'm laughing at the council to pam brain tumor and in my own gratitude ranks maybe it's air security and armor much of it but i know that i
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wouldn't want to sleep alone there's this one window in my ground they sleep in there was like a crack in them but i would i would remember oh that's from the war center was afraid she was saying she was afraid that the suction really was going to be there and that he was in the soldiers have to us every year when we went back for several years she had those feelings. for years after the war i believe that eventually other countries would learn to recognize that georgia was at fault in this war especially after the european commission came out and said that georgia started the war. i thought for sure that other countries would follow suit with russia to recognize the independence of south us at dia and i was very disappointed that they didn't.
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backstabbers financial survival guide. housing bubble. oh you mean there's a downside to artificial mortgage through dr carried away that's guy's report. he says. the church secret indeed just like priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it quite literally i like to call this the geographic solution so what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is is a perpetrator is simply moves him to a different spot were the previous standards not the highest ranks of the catholic
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church help conceal the accused priests from the police and justice system to that end you know that's not good as the i intend then i think you'll hear that it used to stay out and. join me every first week on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to get off of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you there. people have to understand that when you're attacked so many crimes brutally
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attacked and people murdered how can you expect a republic to go back to those people over law which. you can't. to some question of all the stamps on the shirt and more to some of class not. among the holiday home than moshiach from the subtle and the hum of the title to the moment the man could also come we didn't know normal. first system of people told him and. own both this. if you want to rule the. more you know this is the way or the war here was you know it all change i thought . and i forgot all cormac i got it down and we are going to go over your door no no forty i'm sure you know you can no.
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longer watch so this it was yet at all ted on the way to must see must share jeannie smith oh my i just stand there you know if you're going to go north or if you go you go off they go on your. toes do go toward god i'm going to push. up if i'm a man that has shocked as soon as it. can sort of carry on luggage of our own to give does the pain yes it was better to send a little sheep back can't get you don't stuff. to still be just somebody who. doesn't read later related what happened a son had found out that his parents had been captured and he came to rescue. them . it took
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the russian army a few days to force the georgians to retreat many georgians who had been living in a city or left for georgia with the military. resolution as is true does the most for it will not hold up the tories is really. going to lead to this are very. costly when you are listening to. we fairly a strange freedom of. special forces as its national struggle with. its leaders through well as a result researchers. sarah varney in georgia was billed as a special refugee settlement for those who came from south a settee or cookie cutter houses accommodate two thousand people most center of only resistance referred to south or says here as occupied territory for them it's georgian land. elnora fled to georgia with her children her
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house was burned down so she's got nowhere to go back to elnora's granddaughter was born in sara vonnie she's never been to south of setia and only heard about it from her grandma. down there thought is good the two out. and. thought i'd gone are the hotel the manatee dined us our. wander diet i was up there local was. i saw right a reality star projection mom my dad. salvo me dad just died down after our thirty. mocked as. nice as your very little at school and i sat on my mother thought of a. new taurus guarded attitude. they are it's
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a very narrow down i should have a market around. the country to over throw its grotesque that bed near it well in the last men who seek yosi here opportunity says i need it all gone i regard it as a duo that's gone and i'm sure they were going to double double never will not and just outlive the transmitter that's cloned as that is i gotta awards are cardoza each as our car so carter is horrid and most of it are no doubt well are a lot of illiteracy i doubt it or yeah the secretary was. so mary. i don't. really go away with the been the longest are thing going to. be by the nation i'd rather. read you know not with nothing on which i got there is. an issue of more that i missed most. of. the
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construction of this fence between georgia and south a sense here started straight after the war however the border line hasn't been fully fenced. for russian border guards to be stationed along the border to help with security. just another show. you know show. that. there is no thought to be correct we'll. bring you some. of the. mystery of. the borderlines were
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defined by rather old maps which just didn't reflect current reality in the border called the village and so some of the inhabitants remained in south ossetia while twenty two people found themselves living in no man's land. since then they've been living between two checkpoints they're not allowed into georgia and they need a special pass to enter south of. this border checkpoint has been set up specially for them. which is. it is true this is the. maci don't recall devil so this was less school to both exist visions them to school with and. you know she. was fired from. her own nests. says the rules of the sea food. the nuns good seeing you blue sky.
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peoples. all of this up us is reviewing me. being the. fullest. must see. i need to see us. done the moment when you. need me revved up and i see. those stranded in no man's land have been promised that they'll be allocated new houses and be moved to south essentially. that promise was given the six years ago when the fence was built but.
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eighty percent of the buildings in skin vol were destroyed during the war. the school was also badly damaged ten years ago it seemed to us to be impossible to rebuild the place. that. the future. so when russia. today much of it was just cooling to the school system mission to the region.
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but this. last. trip. to most british. troops some soon. will last in the really. loose issue. such. as a child was fascinated by clay modeling a used to make models of animals and superheroes. as he grew older he didn't abandon his hobby even though he graduated last year they still keep his models on display not the ones he made as a child but his most serious work. here's your officers. he says it is part of. the whole object of president. bush.
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as you can just reach him. shortly. or skirts but little seeing. it's. easier to. luigi doesn't poet nikki his mistress in a school that's just. center has really changed. most of the build. reconstructed but many were torn down and rebuilt from scratch. russia helped to rebuild the destroyed republic and was the first nation to recognize south a city as independence. russia now helps to keep the peace. a
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military base was built in skin involved it's where my own best in the medical corps. was. and i mean if you know. the way to. fulfilling. the. truth. for the most. but the crew.
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when sure a note was hiding with her son in the basement of a maternity home the georgian army entered her village. children as husband went off to fight and her parents were left alone in their house as well as this time i would guess she has come over for some messages very gracious birdman most of them with a queer doubt who are hundreds of. other times when she might want to have a last. chance charles home to roost says stuff i'd forgotten to. feel them more the more usual told us their knowledge of g.-d. . sure in as husband died shortly after the war so our sense has no memory of his dad sharing their remarriage and gave birth to a daughter and another baby's on the way. the family's poor so us and makes his own
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toys his favorites are a wooden machine gun and a sniper rifle the one out on mark since face here is how. i made your book really changed their lives. on the. houses for the most vulnerable in the bush that this is the kind of house in. cool flash that was done with children just. around the. lead.
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i'm going with a post some of those i will say this but i've been up there in all of this before. last time we chased. each one of them carrying twenty kilos of drugs. first offense. blues then they just stopped going for them. is it true i mean. they they have this is. this is for me. i like it when. i don't know they don't they don't make.
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i walk down a great. part. now well. you know world of big partisan. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to get 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 truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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if. the top stories this hour concern you social media giants is silencing the tough to twitter to suspend several prominent libertarian and conservative figures for alleged hate speech also u.k. prime minister joins a growing chorus of calls foreign secretary to apologize after boris johnson said that women wearing the caps look like the letter says. we are in this to guess who made the. would you think would say something like that racist people trump
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boris johnson and tommy robinson would you go. was actually. no way oh my god. and we made to women who started a lengthy jail sentence for terrorism following her husband to syria where he joined islamic state i guess debate whether she deserves to be behind. this is very critical the people who want to go to all of our all of. them make their own decisions on life. follow their welcome it's just gone two pm here in moscow you're watching international. they're all concerned social media giants of policing what's acceptable to say and think to numerous accounts belonging to libertarian and
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conservative figures were banned over alleged speech. picks up the story. what matters are all of the stories we hear from all of you about the impact your connections have had on your lives you can choose from an infinite range of topics that interest you and then easily follow that topic in the news countries and cultures that got together like yesterday. that was the online world as we used to know it all fluids to any of those pesky folks trying to set limits and two thousand and eighteen you'll be told to hold up a twitter decides there are spots of your world that shouldn't be discovered what if you're keen to know what someone has to say let it be former u.s. diplomat peter van buren you might as well unfollowing your interests the man's profile is shut down for good because he jokingly wish someone had eaten the face
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of his opponent in a twitter rant honestly that's by far not the most offensive thing you can find online but what's abusive about showing mr van buren some support to users who did so god bands to it's not about me it's not about the group of us who have band together i think it's a bigger issue and it's an issue that's that's raised his head this week people like us who are not part of the legacy media we're not new york times shapers of opinion we're also allowed to have our say so if someone from the new york times of the washington post put something up that we know is false we can refute it almost in real time that's very threatening i think for the powers that be this tendency to want to shut people down if they disagree with you is very dangerous it's going down a very slippery slippery slope toward totalitarianism there's a word for that see and ask. well someone saw it coming when even perhaps the most controversial on line talking had alex jones was told get out of
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here by all major platforms after all they all have to stick to their own rules. keep people safe from hate speech but then even those anti-left to come to hate jones went on alert could be because they thought someone would click on their profiles and see a hold up pop up alex jones a bad guy but the problem is that once you start saying that hate speech is a rationale for banning people from social media you get in some very very big territory. i'm no fan of jones so among other things he has a habit of repeatedly slandering my dad by falsely and absurdly accusing him of killing j.f.k. but who the hell made facebook the arbiter of political speech free speech includes views you disagree with but there's no turning back when it comes to the online censorship evolution so i'm not sure it works like that anymore mr cruz plus people on the left are ecstatic bring it on is their call and if it is even
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a crucial step forward in the fight against fake news and fringe extremism. info wars is the tip of a giant iceberg of hate and lies the uses sites like facebook can use you to tear our nation oppose these companies must do more than take down one website the survival of our democracy depends on it the world is getting older and a bit more author a tarion only lately a top u.s. intelligence committee democrat has come up with twenty legislative proposals for keeping online platforms under a close watch brace yourself as you might soon have to say goodbye to things like anonymous posts or accounts that can be tracked down yeah that covers just two of the twenty four we discuss the issues raised there with the former u.s. congressman ron paul and he told us that social media outlets to have a new influenced by the government. that is
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a real mix bad the social media in one stance is a real delight there's a lot of information out there i have benefited by but it originated with a lot of government assistance in the biggest role the social networks play is working with the government and giving the government the information they do the work for the n.s.a. so it's a mixed bag or they call themselves a private company the libertarian so we don't regulate private companies. and yet it's so mixed in empire law is the truth is treason so when people blurt out the treason on the internet it's not like they're saying something mean and ugly. things challenging the status quo is what they can't stand. them so they have to silence people so it's more likely for an individual like myself to be silenced because i represent a challenge to the status quo but if anybody understands our first amendment the first amendment isn't there to talk about the weather the first amendment is there
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for us to be able to challenge our government but if we do that now whether it's direct regulation from the government or indirectly through social media we have a real challenge i'm just hoping that technology can stay ahead of it all and that we can have alternatives to the dependency on twitter and these other companies that have been working hand in glove with the government well through all the accusations and twisted being. surprised many this time by refusing to block the account of alex jones the man behind the code for the szell alternative new site he's just being banned by a host of other online platforms that including as we had to be a facebook. alleged hate speech. now the u.k. prime minister to resign may has backed calls from within her party for her former foreign secretary boris johnson to apologize for remarks about muslims he compared women wearing the cabs to letterboxes were writing in his newspaper column johnson
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called the muslim face coverings offensive britain's next top diplomat also commented on women wearing burkas saying that they look like bank robbers and should be arsed to remove their veils we read johnson's remarks to people on the streets of london to see if they could guess who made them. who do you think would say something like that racist people trump boris johnson and tommy robinson who. was actually boris johnson. oh my god. it was actually boris johnson even a normal person. should never do that they can make you choose from trot. boris johnson and tommy robert think it was boris johnson. in public. exposure who do you think could have said something like that somebody
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didn't think. well i'll give you some options trump boris johnson or tommy robinson . sounds like that. is actually boys johnson. was actually worse johnson guys. is not really rational for him to say that that's that's a terrible thing to say but if you were to get. anything he says it's acceptable for anyone to say that especially someone position that's that's even worse or some do say that the timing of johnson's comments is no accident as he seeks to shore up support among hard line conservatives meanwhile the issue of muslim body coverings has been much debated in europe with some countries including their mark in france imposing a complete ban on full face veils others germany among them of only imposed partial bans for example whilst driving.
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time for the second in a series of reports on the fate of russian families who left to syria to fight for islamic state parties medina corsair never traveled to sudden russia to talk to a woman convicted to eight years in prison on terrorism charges after she followed her husband to syria. the clock is ticking on zagat uts current life sentenced to eight years behind bars for being part of an illegal armed group she won't actually go to jail until her youngest child turns fourteen and she's only one right now less than twelve months ago her life was old very different i was twenty nine when i left i went to turkey first with my husband i never thought i would end up there. within seven months as i did that was living in syria and.


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