really. was. it was. the new york times claims russia has been waging a fake news come pain against the west since soviet times. the pentagon sails its own budget toward a tough to spending millions of dollars to check spending on weapons and pets and now. crowds and cabinets them on the german chancellor's resignation isn't going to medical visits the city three months off the anti migrant riots. he was hesitant and only showed up with massive police protection this is a show with college it took a long time for people to wake up she should have gotten back citing gave students step down long ago.
live from the russian capital you're watching international. the new york times has released a film claiming the soviet union or should this information campaign to tear the west of parts. takes a closer look. the seven commandments of fake news that come on earth click big headlines were not this would be a masterpiece of the. cold war style missions in the american heartland twenty sixteen the same techniques same region even. the same training. great production value music showing in their opinion how russian this information evolved from the cold war the coming year if we agents was evaluated on how many propose to do soon
promotion of versions of the. 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. you know just like. your opinion the center piece in the k.g.b.'s seven commandments on fake news find a crack in society create a life super big nobody would believe that it was made up wrap it in the 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 rubble mention isn't it nice to have your own t.v. show wow how does that 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 arch enemy jack commandment to the outlandish lie donald trump the president of the united states of america is a russian spy check commandment three a sprinkle of truth everyone moves donald
trump met with the russians he's been to moscow checks out c'mon meant for concealed go hand the anonymous sources unnamed officials political experts they all seem to spend more time talking to the press than doing anything else check commandment five find the useful idiots hope come on this is too easy his opponents will believe anything about trump remember the secret dossier that said he hide who gets to peel in a bed check come on six deny everything check we didn't reveal anybody reported c.n.n. or about as he did when you're going you're going to. first now we're going to be 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 in fake news heaven hallowed be thy name you can it's come you news be done on earth as on the internet men. crowds in the german city of kemet have given a hostile reception to chancellor angela merkel she is visiting the city almost three months off to margaret riots triggered by a deadly stabbing people all of a house the details. chancellor merkel certainly enfold a rough ride a rough reception as she spends her friday night here in kemet this demonstration one of several it is taking place this group that's up to a satirical approach they tell me invoking the imagery of the third reich to
symbolize what they see is angela merkel's reign they told me they're not happy that she's come here as a chemist's it's a fact that it's taken her three months after the incident took place is to actually rife he had there was an attack here against our citizen she should have come here a long time ago she was hesitant and only showed up with massive police protection this is a show of cowardice from all chance of a divided us folks and i took a long time for people to wake up she should have got my backside in gay sooner and stepped down long ago she should have quit everything after the elections and has say in bavaria ten percent of how voters turned away from her her regime is allowing her to hang on to power by her fingernails device guns get out you know exactly why she's not welcome here she tried to wait until things had calmed down instead of face and the music there for that's why she took a quarter of her year to grace us with her presence she knows no one wants her hear what angela merkel is doing she's selling out your own nation we have compassion to
doze for really came from a war people who escaped from a war will never harm anybody now that not the country in late august thirty five year old cuban german man was stomped to death after a confrontation in the early hours of the morning following an one thousand two celebration. starving to death resulted in demonstrations and the far right groups that came out on to the streets and the violence that we saw erupt then. what happened there stirred people and i get it it cost right wing demonstrations
and in general people have the right to protest but this doesn't justify using national socialist radical symbols nevertheless i understand that it's over the migrant issue not only that but in broader sense and there are also problems of cross border crime and even drug smuggling there are all questions that we should discuss naturally. as shouts of. vagueness and must go be ringing out from the crowd she is going to go she said to step down as chancellor in twenty twenty one she's already about to relinquish the leadership of a policy the christian democratic union for these people here in chemist's it's her legacy as the person that opened up germany's borders to refugees that should be most remembered in their opinion reviled for the shoulder for all take em it's. recent claim the to americans make wine just as well as the french was met with
widespread skepticism so we went to the streets of paris to find out whether the people cannot actually tell the difference as total trump rushed out at france's president calling this week on twitter he also took a moment what he saw as unfair trade practices when it comes to wine tariffs way said the french who are very precious about that wine and 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. just thinking who makes the better wine the us all fronts it's time for battle of the new world wine this is the old and the judges it's the parisians. composing the new rules will soon move all through the full amount of the move don't you just move to reduce resume the cost of plant real skill wasn't. it if you
don't do. it in your little forget the whole thing coming. and it would not mean i would say our little group a group back on would be our group that called but the other big celebrity had to do most of it look through. the business don't do very much that other did feel good. and then he cut us a little bit to hold it. in the only girl. in the circle with the bank group except with. so who the verdict is in canada is pushy clear parisians preferred the wine from the us all her well maybe for once
the dawn world has been vindicated as the wine from his country seems to have trumped that from france so on this occasion from paris we admit defeat but nevertheless we will always weighs a gloss and say so and say show that you can ski r.t. paris. the pentagon has failed its first ever full budget toward its looking into spending on ons and personnel and to top official said the results were surprising. we never thought we were going to post an audit several one was bet against us that we wouldn't even do the old it the air force the marine corps the defense logistics agency the u.s. special operations command and the u.s. transportation command a number of sections agencies divisions were given disclaimers saying that they had multiple issues that needed to be fixed the inspection involved over one thousand two hundred auditors some of the things that stand out for example we've got fifty
three million dollars worth of an installed missile motors that were in not working condition they were at an air force base in utah well the auditors discovered that actually these missile motors were functional the pentagon is notorious for wasteful spending of taxpayer money. apparently unconcerned the deputy of defense the defense department came forward and said that they were not surprised that this was simply not a pass fail audit and now the audit itself cost the taxpayers for over four hundred
million dollars and the result is that more money is now going to be spent to correct the wasteful spending that was discovered by the audit the pentagon turning to the american taxpayers for more money to correct the problem of wasting money to begin with. a copy and paste the rest seemed tempered fail to us prosecute this and preparing charges against the wiki leaks chief today and sons it was discovered in an unrelated court filing which was sent to be made by mistake. the complaint supporting affidavit would need to remain sealed until songes a rested in connection with the charges in the criminal complaint and could therefore no longer avoid a wrist and the extradition in this matter is saunters been holed up in the ecuadorian embassy in london since twenty twelve last year sex assault charges against the australian national were dropped by swedish authorities however he still faces a rest in new k.
for breaking bail terms the us charges could date back to twenty ten over the leak of data from u.s. operations in iraq and afghanistan that same year wiki leaks started releasing hundreds of thousands of classified diplomatic cables and in twenty seventeen the group published the largest leak in cia history concerning the agency's cyber towards songes lawyers say if the u.s. charges a genuine it would set a dangerous precedent for press freedom form m i five officer and the national believes the media should should be standing up for wiki leaks obviously when wiki leaks broke into the international consciousness about eight years ago you had a lot of allies in the international media and worked particularly closely with organizations such as the washington post the new york times and the guardian newspaper in the u.k. then there seem to be a lot of infighting and these all the legacy media outlets started turning on on julian songe so the question is why are they not protecting one of their own today
not realize that if they don't protect one of their own they would be equally vulnerable under these sort of laws and i think that's something that all the legacy media in the west needs to really seriously think about either we have press freedom for all we have press freedom for none. russia has raised the alarm over terrorists infiltrating a refugee camp in syria that story and more still to come. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each
day. eighty five percent of global wealth you long for the ultra rich eight point six percent market stock thirty percent from last year some with four hundred to five hundred trades per second per second and that one rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember one one doesn't show you can't afford to miss the one and only. welcome back to. the russian defense ministry has drawn attention to thousands of
militants living in a huge syrian refugee camp where living conditions. and the terrorists can apparently gain easy access rukh band refugee camp is in an extremely difficult humanitarian situation the total number of people in its is about fifty thousand of which about six thousand are militants controlled by the u.s. . my colleague andrew farmer discussed the situation at the camp with our correspondent my ref and russian or how on earth do they get into these refugee camps is it that easy for the militants to get inside easy but you have to remember that it's very hard to detect them once the militants raise his weapon he looks like not very severely and and plus you have to remember that there are flows and flows of people stream inane and you have no time to check their documents and you also heard from russia that they keys that these militants are u.s. backed and this camp is situated in the territory in the southern part of syria border in jordan that is under control of u.s.
military. ok we know the officials are saying a russian officials that they believe six thousand militants about this camp how would they know that i would say come to this figure is not on the russian side that is claiming that to run militants inside this camp we heard that from the u.s. embassy as well that there are some i say scrape and had a looser group extremist groups members hiding in they scanned the news in the surveilling and displaced people from state where as a human shield it's really unclear whether they have weapons where they're armed or not but the thing is that these people are of a certain background what is the situation like inside this camp pretty dire by all
accounts oh yeah from what we hear from russians defense ministry the situation is simply dramatic health care there are five medical facilities opened on the territory of these camps and they provide all of the very limited services at a very high price and the same for for the so-called pharmacy is so you may think it should be. of charge but it's not just very expensive and all the people can afford these treatment and un offer medical services free of charge in neighboring jordan but people from the can cannot leave the camp unless they pay a fee to those who control this camp the militants that the russian general mentioned so again not everybody can afford that and this is why we hear about cases like human traffic where prostitution including sex with minors and gender inequality all those terrible cases a violation of human rise aid agencies have been sending you to me just last month
. we know what happened to be distributed. and this is the thing that international humanitarian aid find its way to the camp but it ends up in the hands of those who control things can those militants and it's a terrible situation and russia says that since the camp is on the territory controlled by the u.s. military america is responsible for all those terrible things happening inside the camp and they want of course the international community is to stopping to react somehow. russia has successfully launched a cargo of rockets to the international space station. the soyuz will deliver some two and a half tons of supplies to the crew including food fuel water and gas supplies it sets a dock with the i s s on sunday is the first time this type of rocket has been used since last month's manned mission which failed to to
a major engine malfunction the two person crew was forced to make an emergency landing just minutes after blast off. a u.n. official has accused the british government of inflicting misery on the country's poorest people through austerity policies. poverty is really a major challenge in the united kingdom what i found in my discussions with ministers. is basically a state of denial and they are happy with the way in which their policies are playing out and i think that sort of punitive approach to benefits is only inconsistent in fact breaks it is going to make that worse because those in the lower income levels are really going to suffer despite having the status of an advanced economy one in five brits live in poverty and there are million people can't afford basic essentials there are reports by the un's reportorial on poverty
and human rights as that child poverty could hit forty percent within a few years but the u.k. government denies the problem we are absolutely committed to helping people improve their lives while providing the right support for those who need it or through feedback britain ray woolford has concerns about the grim statistics released in the un report. a why in twenty thousand people are literally starving to death not just in india not just in yemen not just in kashmir but also hate in london one of the richest capitals on the planet why isn't this story is not number one on the b.b.c. number one on i.t.v. poverty one in five that's twenty percent of the population are in poverty so poverty is an issue we all need to be addressing and all political parties are responsible why is it with one in five people in poverty in this in the u.k.
not one political party has a minister dedicated to eradicate poverty and that in itself is a scandal that poverty is not being addressed it's not being seen as having any value and the reality is too many people are making money out of poverty. and your children's toy stage five an up that's going to fail in the us has raised consent. the arran has the story. in these extraordinary top sea 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 you know. 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 brown 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 tug 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 riveting of a can be 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 monopolies 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 what are we to judge what's acceptable for kids to play with
some point out that there is that old scrope playing with only realistic female role models like barbie and racist not to mention sexist stereotypes like super mario and let's not even get started on fairytales and up to date with the latest world news but stay with us the boom bust. last sunday. morning the beach he cut a hole close to see me your he said it's not that he shouts does that always sting against. them into.
beautiful it goes in a circle included at least. a year that i was going to have been scheming to show. the true believer shelly's. given to us but to the south korean users tell them not to be dumb corny summed up . the british mr worst. of the school. you know world of big part of the new 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 back 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 for watching closely for watching the hawks. nobody could see coming that false confession this would leave that for in the spot place the top of the. well ted any interrogation out there what you'll see is promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most comfortable make them want to get out and don't take no for an answer don't accept their denials she said their forwards are already set and i stated that i would be home by that time the next day there's a culture on accountability and police officers know that they can engage in
misconduct that has nothing to do with solving their crime. later on. this is boom bust broadcasting around the world covering the world of business and finance and the impact on all of us i'm part children washington thank you so much for joining we're so pleased to have you on board coming up today we look at the policy prospects for the next year in the u.s. related to business and the economy with genies zeno of applied economics and conservative commentator steve most bird we also have our weekly market round up and boy has it been a week plus artes charlotte dubinsky joins us from paris to take a look at tariffs and lines and there's a surprise coming up too and later what technology will be under the christmas tree
this year resident tech buff and host of the big picture here in our d america holland cook will tell us all that directly ad but first we have some headlines let's do it. the u.s. china trade talks hold leads our global report today is chinese negotiators have finally ceded to the u.s. demands to table a written proposal ahead of a meeting between chinese president gigia. ping and president donald trump of the united states the small increment of progress followed a volley of words between vice president mike pence and the chinese foreign ministry on u.s. negotiating priorities including intellectual property almost as soon as the long demanded proposal was received u.s. officials sent word and media pumice that the offer was only repackaged previous suggestions and did not address the agenda outlined by the vice president.