international. the new york times has released a film allegedly revealing a campaign launched back in the u.s. as quote the west of pot. takes a closer look at this supposed history of information. the seven commandments of fake news that come on earth click big headlines were not this would be a masterpiece of. cold little style missions in the american heartland twenty sixteen the same techniques same region even. the same trade. great production value music showing in their opinion how russian this information evolved from the cold war the coming year if regions was evaluated on how many were do soon
promotional versions we saw a quick disclaimer this is an opinion piece so you can bug the new york times about factual inaccuracies which seem to make up the bulk of this series for one the defected spy that gave the interview and confirmed all of this never even worked at the k.g.b. he fled from czechoslovakia which wasn't even part of the u.s.s.r. putin that started funding something called the internet research agency this is serious said who was the proof how are her hold on i forget opinion piece. well you know it's just like. your opinion the centerpiece of the k.g.b.'s seven commandments on fake news find a crack in society create a lie so big nobody would believe that it was made up wrap it in
a kernel of truth conceal your hand as if the story came from someone else find a useful idiot deny everything and play the long game inevitably of course we get in on rabble mention isn't it nice to have your own t.v. show wow that does it they got us stellar journalism mit except you know. i have this nagging feeling this doubt the k.g.b. playbook that they claim to have exposed to fits one story even better to this probably new york times style commandment one the crack in society donald trump new york times is personal enemy check commandment to the outlandish lie donald trump the president of the united states of america is a russian spy check commandment three sprinkle of truth everyone moves donald trump
met with the russians he's been to moscow checks out c'mon mint for conceal your hand the anonymous sources unnamed officials political experts they all seem to spend more time talking to the press than doing anything else check come on month five find a useful idiot hope come on this is too easy his opponents will believe anything about trump remember the secret dossier that said he hide the peel in a bed check come on six deny everything check we didn't reveal when he was reported. dead when you're going you're going to. first but i'm going to. you know when c.n.n. did come on and seven play the long game that's what they've been doing the endless cycle of stories about russian hackers speak news invasions aggression it's been loam all right. seven commandments have been followed faith is strong
father and fake news heaven hallowed be thy name you can it's come you news be done on earth as on the internet. everyone. so we decided to. find out who comes up. as donald trump thrashed out at france's president this week on twitter he also took a much what he saw as unfair trade practices when it comes to wine tariffs way sis said the french who are very precious about that wine the don't said both countries made excellent wine but france made it very hard for the u.s.
to sell its wines to the country and charges big tariffs so that got us thinking who makes the better wine the us all fronts it's time for a battle of the new world wine this is the old and the judges it's the parisians a. new room full sail rolls who live on no. good to use resident little city where frisco city. don't you know. the whole thing coming. up on october second half the roof. on a big. city muscle a bit more. dizziness don't get very much.
and there are a. little bit of both. in the wake. of . the banquet. so the verdict is in hand quickly clear parisians preferred the wine for making us all her well maybe for once the don't rule has been vindicated as the wind from his country seems to have trumped that from france so. no on this occasion from paris we admit defeat but nevertheless we will always weighs a gloss and say so and say show it to you can ski r.t. paris. british prime minister to resign may has defended her draft breaks it deal saying it will put the u.k. on the right course for a definitive divorce from the european union despite
a clamor of criticism over her latest plan she again urged members of parliament to unite and get behind it. yes difficult and sometimes uncomfortable decisions have had to be made i understand fully that there is some who are unhappy with those compromises but this deal delivers what people voted for and it is in the national interest and we can only secure it if we unite behind the agreement reached in cabinet yesterday with the march twenty ninth deadline looming to resume a has come under increasing pressure to secure concessions from the e.u. but on thursday the prime minister suffered to get another bruising day in office after her latest divorce plans triggered a wave of resignations and talk of a no confidence vote as you also had to face a three hour molding and parliament by. we can choose to leave we know to you we can risk no breaks it all or we can choose i
i i or all we can choose to unite and support the best deal that can be negotiated this deal the withdrawal agreements and the outline political declaration represents a huge and damaging failure prime minister comes before us today trying to sell us a deal that is already dead in the water i'm almost tempted to ask if one of the members opposite will put their hands up actually do support i prime minister on the set of proposals i want my road on a vote for which served we would leave the customs union. the next two says otherwise my right on friend said that she would maintain the integrity of the united kingdom the whole protocol says otherwise my right on her friend said that we would be out of the jurisdiction of the york and court of justice also one
hundred seventy four says otherwise it's very hard to see her staying perhaps even beyond the weekend because at least forty eight conservative m.p.'s have i understand put in a letter of no confidence in harwich trigger a no confidence debate and then vote and even if she won it as misses that charge did i remind you if a sufficiently large minority votes that they have no confidence in her i would have thought her goose was cooked it's been a series of cabinet resignations government minister resignations and parliamentary private secretary of resignations even the vice chairman of the conservative party itself has resigned saw it's very hard to see. see how someone who's dug in behind a brick deal which seems to be almost friendless this is
a failure is an orphan and success has a thousand parents well this breaks that deal look very much like an orphan to me today. a terrorist group in syria is claiming to have united rifle factions to fight the government soldiers in province and this comes as the russian foreign ministry accuses so-called moderate rebels of helping extremists violate an internationally mediated a buffer zone agreement in investing. terry is the province is still an unbelievably complicated melting pot of anti assad militias from those known as syria's moderate rebels to internationally recognized terrorists like hayat to harir al shaab probably the mightiest group it's the former nusra front otherwise it in syria should ring a bell. but
. well a so-called spokesman for the armed wing of that same tough area. has given an interview where there are many. who feels like he is not. the man didn't come up with any kind of full list of who's involved but kept repeating everyone in the free lands that's how he refers to areas not controlled by damascus question if we are to believe the guy have the lines between terrorists and moderates been blurred completely an adlib technically there's a ceasefire between the government and the rebels and a buffer zone in the province right now it was brokered by turkey and russia and
eventually backed by france and germany the buffer zone is meant to be free of any terrorists but if it is the terrorists that are now taking control of a joint command center for everyone how does the cease fire deal make sense anyway at least you're going to zation the program's guest works and fights for doesn't seem to have any intention of laying their guns down and show no one would you who he said have been made. well i wene and then we. have a. total this video also deserves a quick look to the right at the interviewer some t.v. stations used to love having be lobdell kareem on air people executed it's as simple as that what can i do here and see a blend in the crowd i don't think so am i going to turn my so over to the regime
forces absolutely not i know some of them but. i'm. not going to spend some. time sometimes you will hear someone say that they are part of al-qaeda but what is their real affiliation to al qaeda other than some romantic notion to be honest with you he was one of those who were one sending out last messages from besieged aleppo before death from assad's bombs here in the siege of aleppo. we may not be able to see one messages as regime forces push closer this might be close to if not be a last communication but his reports have since kept coming and he was even accused of links to al qaida something he has denied c.n.n. actually try to distance themselves from a door karim and one of their more recent documentaries well november twenty.
know problem getting access to interviewing a high profile figure of tough we're all shocked aka x. nuestra aka al qaeda in syria journalist patrick henningsen believes that by supporting moderate rebel groups western powers are in fact helping terrorists. now you have effectively a consolidation of all the militants under one terrorist on bravo effectively so if the west is going to intervene diplomatically if the us is going to want to stop syria from retaking its own territory and its allies who are helping them do that then effectively they're taking the side of of a terrorist. concept officially according to h.t.s. el nusra front in charge al-qaeda affiliate all under their control now so any and if they were moderate yesterday they're not moderate today syrian army russia
turkey. even the u.s. everyone has to accept the fact that it lived as a terrorist occupied. region right now are still up and coming on the program here on members of angela merkel's youth party and being caught singing a nazi era song and public reactions happening fast and furious that story and much more just about. this reserve bank unable to see yes is at the center of america's descent into financial armageddon yes can you blame the fed for such things as the infrastructure collapse across america the ecological collapse. california wildfires and hurricanes across the nation. busted pipes in detroit are stick
poisoning and yes yes you can because they give money to the bad people. you know world of big. and conspiracy it's time. to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than we need to be smart we need to stop slamming the door. and 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 we're watching closely watching the hawks. thanks for joining us today a new children's toy aimed at kids aged five and up that's going on sale in america
spot. critics saying it brings political divisions in the country straight into the kinda got on season here and looks at whether i made this time of heightened sensitivity as parents and millennial that's who we could. in these extraordinary top see turvy times one would hope that the lives of our kids could at least for now remain innocent and protected from the political craziness but think again this christmas one conservative website would like your children to build the wall of the law of your. church and not just any wall but one that will keep your country safe as a mob yes a mob of ten thousand migrants march across mexico untoward to the border sounds like an ideal stocking filler or maybe not.
as this politician will tell you you'll never too young for politics bran loves playing the kids build the wall then mr trump said you're fired i love them for building blocks on your child's thing perhaps they'll have more fun putting hillary clinton behind bars with this play sets and while we're at it these are not the only games being criticized as highly inappropriate now we all adore a six hour game of monopoly that usually ends in tears but now players may start crying before they even open the box but a new millennial is addition of the game offers and i watch ring taste of reality the tag line says it all forget real estate you can't afford it anyway forget about passing go because you don't make money you just collect experiences like sleeping
on your friend's couch or visiting a vacant b. stroke mr monopoly also got a make over taking a selfie with a participation medal the company insists that the game is aimed at adults something to chuckle about on christmas morning with uncle john but spoof or not the outrage has been relentless. so it turns out we could have called classic monopoly boom a monopoly all along has a bunch of money you have no debt everything is affordable and you can go straight from starting out in life to a rich british state mogul with no formal education you are aware that student debt and the rising cost of rent is crippling the economy talking about it a ya dick but then i will wait to judge what's acceptable for kids to play with some points out that today is that old crow playing with unrealistic female role models like barbie and racist not to mention sexist stereotypes like super mario
and let's not even get started on fairytales. a group of members of angela merkel's youth party have sparked outrage in berlin after being caught singing a nazi era song and shouting homophobic slurs at the incident allegedly took place in a bar earlier this month on the anniversary of the infamous nine hundred thirty eight nazi pogrom against that years. i hear. the controversial vest of old song is originally from nine hundred thirty two was frequently sung by nazi soldiers during invasions including that of france and of the the netherlands as well it remained part of germany's official military songbook until just last year around fifteen years party members were caught singing the best of old drawing condemnation from politicians. to sing
popular a very marked song on the eightieth anniversary of the november programs is stunning i am ashamed of the j. ews brunches to sing it very much song that was sung during the invasion of belgium luxembourg and france is not acceptable this is not my j u the local chapter of the cd use a youth wing party has issued an apology for the disturbances caused by its members at the bar although it dismissed any wrongdoing describing the nazi era tune as a german folk and hiking song and we spoke to a member of germany's left party who says the incident only adds more shame to one of the country's darkest chapters. germany i'm disgusted by the way here the discredited everything that people did after the war are degraded that english nazi soldiers marching into our last see you through a hash rattlers that is always bad more right wing and right wing extremist
tendencies. but it was always balanced by a liberal liberal. and if you look over the see you in general it's not an isolated incident at all it's only holy for an hour to nazi ideology major it is. a minute of silence to commemorate the people that were beheaded by the nazis it's a day i change i will. those see you now both welsh and testify that she shall ask it all the educational little education of the last eighty years and how did they read with us. ugly scenes erupting in the sri lankan parliament as a brawl broke out between lawmakers. was
. god. was not. composed boiled over following discussions over who should lead the country. has been in a political deadlock since last month when its president abruptly sucked the prime minister and suspended parliament and critics abroad at the move both illegal and unconstitutional. and we are back in about half an hour with more of your friday program. it's hard to imagine decades after the war a nazi doctor was still active and rich in the nineteen seventies crittle had as the chair of its board a man convicted of mass murder and slavery at auschwitz the german company develops
a little mind a drug that was promoted as completely safe even during pregnancy and it turned out to have terrible side effects what has happened to my baby is anything but. you know she said she's just cut short arms minix a little mind victims i have to this day received no compensation they never apologized for the suffering that i did not only want the money i want the revenge . seemed wrong. but i. just don't. let me. get to shape out of this thing that's ok and engage with. the trail. when something find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground.
join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to us from the world of politics. i'm showbusiness i'll see you then. honoring the one hundredth anniversary of the end of the first world war french president emmanuel mccrone claimed patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism this is widely seen as a criticism of donald trump trump calls himself a nationalist nationalism a dirty word. goal complicity and cone sophie shevardnadze the recent exchange of fire between hamas
and israel has sparked fears of another war is the middle east peace process on the verge of collapse well today i talked to a hood by iraq's former prime minister of israel. hail of hamas rockets over israel has rocked the nation sparking military strikes on gaza civilian casualties and even the meanest just resigning shaking the ruling coalition will a cease fire needs to be put in place last for much longer will israel's reluctant restraint help stop another looming gaza war or only embolden hamas to carry out more attacks. it would be iraq the former prime minister of israel welcome to the show it is great to have you with us so mr barak the latest. the latest escalation in gaza broke out after two hamas commanders were killed and watched israeli special forces straight hamas fired hundreds of rockets into israel in response
well israel the planes bombed the. hundred of sites in gaza over the past few days now as a military man tell me why provoke palestinians if it's known in advance that any sort of undercover military action there will end up in heavy response from the militants. i cannot fully explain the palestinian behaviors but that threatens the no mercy of life of. its citizens on doing the gaza strip and. compelled the i.d.f. to respond very aggressively to store usually or mainly through attacks and destroy some sensitive installations of hamas of course it doesn't end the whole story but as of now when we are talking it's a much more quiet let's hope it would be remain quiet if it won't remain quiet i would not be surprised if the government do in order the israeli defense force it
to heat even how sure how do which might cause more collateral damage usually modem it's the hamas and its collated actions which of bed i think for both sides so egypt and the united nations have been trying to broker a cease fire between hamas and israel for several months already and just when it seemed to be create upon israel conducted this secret rate in gaza now from the outside it looks like is route is kind of sabotaging this peace process well in your opinion is israel really interesting oh no no no. no no it's just a coincidence this kind of a palatial quite a bit where when they're needed and. needed full good or security needs usually they never come into the public eye the guys