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it's. another turbulent week for venezuela both russian and american resolutions to resolve the country's crisis fail at the u.n. security council while washington's economic pressure almost caracas to transfer the european h.q. off its main oil firm to moscow.
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france sees a sixteenth weekend straight of yellow vest unrest with police resorting to take ass and water cannon. and u.s. president donald trump and north korean leader kim jong un hold their second summit but failed to reach a deal on denuclearize nation accusing each other of making unreasonable demands. you're watching the week here on our to international live from moscow in moscow with me in the dia tutor welcome to the program. this week saw fresh clashes on the border between venezuela and colombia as tensions over american aid deliveries intensify venezuelan president nicholas material says the shipments could be carrying weapons and has banned them from entering the country and international efforts to end the crisis of stall with the un security council rejecting both
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russian and u.s. draft resolutions. by voting against this resolution some members of this council continue to shield his cronies and prolong the suffering of the venezuelan people the time for a peaceful transition to democracy is now they're going to use them with us and finally we have reached the culmination of the american workers treated double standards show over venezuela washington and london have both again robbed an entire nation of billions of dollars in the same time or pushing them to accept a pittance due to regime change as they say you first of all create great humanitarian problems and then you call upon the whole world to solve them we look forward to genuinely free and fair elections. and to a government that reflects the will and aspirations of the venezuelan people. you have to do is vote is an excellent example of where the veto rule is necessary for protection to peace and people's right to determine their future both the russian
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and the u.s. resolutions didn't pass the voting in the un security council the russian one got less votes in favor that against four in favor and seven against the us draft was vetoed by russia and china the russian ambassador said that if the u.s. resolution had passed it would be the first case in history that the united nations security council deposed a legitimate leader and imposed another one to a sovereign country the venezuelan representative spoke as well calling to stop interfering into the matters of his country. has to do with divinest well i'm still going to live in this when i'm people they behave like colonial east they are planted in a glass just kind of peroration against it it's what i write down the same kind of . force at the same time they are just feeling out of money you see something outrageous indeed so the diplomatic community in the crossroads again the u.n. as thieves members who spoke after the voting called it to all of their colleagues to put their differences aside to resolve the venezuelan crisis reporting in new
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york treated each other as r.t. . meanwhile hundreds of activists have rallied in the spanish capital in the trade in support of venezuelan president nicolas maduro demonstrators waved banners reading hands off by this whaler and denounce what they see as an attempt by the united states to intervene in another country's internal affairs alfred desirous who is the first few an opportunity is it and this will in twenty one years says the u.s. is likely to escalate the situation. quite clear to me that the united states is waging war on international law now that does that does not surprise me question is what will the. international prize for steve be for the united states will the united states take the risk of a flagrant aggression against. there is a danger of violence it should be the function of the united nations to prevent
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that. nicolas maduro says washington has its sights on venezuela's all the largest in the world and u.s. sanctions have already block seven billion dollars worth of state owned assets to protect itself and this whaler ordered the state told companies european h.q. to move to moscow vice president rodriguez told us more about the decision. either or they don't in fact the americans are pursuing a predatory policy appropriating venezuela's assets and therefore violating the legitimate interests of our country violates all existing international investment groups aswell you were aware of them as well as accounts were frozen we have already begun to take specific legal steps we hired lawyers to protect our interests primarily with regard to our gold which is now illegally withheld by the bank of england we also began to take measures for when these wells legal protection we're talking about the theft of these well and assets which was
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organized by the united states and venezuela has the right to protect. it's legitimate interests as for the transfer of the p.d. b.s.a. office from europe to moscow this is connected with the expansion of the corp of russian company in the fall of the banner and the feel of oil and gas together with the european office of p d b s eight other branches of the continent will also move to moscow. the u.s. has also cancelled the visas of forty nine venezuelan representatives aligned with president or it says that anyone who steals from the venezuelan people or undermines democracy is not welcome in the united states francisco domingo as head of latin american studies at london's middlesex university says the u.s. is pulling out all the stops to achieve its goal in venezuela who believe it is one of the really the million. dollars from the pressure from the united states almost exclusively on the military literally. true three years again and again
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through those who are shown. through blackmail you name it got those words what is it going on be only scenes the farther you go almost nothing. raises the specter or something. which can be organized regular forces and truly. organized and mr abrams is exactly the. right so losers do concern therefore that confirms not only won't always. the united states going to school something much more dramatic. but this exchange straight weekend paris and other french cities witnessed yellow vest anti-government marches on saturday clashes erupted some of the demonstrators with police deployed tear gas and water cannons to disperse protesters.
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according to official estimates around forty thousand people took part and watch as national wind four thousand of them in paris on friday president time on electronic and appealed for calm people to refrain from engaging in the kind of filings in previous weeks police made the number of arrests on saturday what began as a grassroots rally of the thiel prices has since broadened into why the anger at the president's handling of the economy. they should at least meet one of our demands to show they are listening to us that we are not doing this for nothing
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fuel prices are rising and they were supposed to be frozen prices are increasing in the supermarket to ten percent on products it's the opposite of what we want. we want them to give purchasing power back to the people lower fat on essential products the grandest the citizens initiative referendum those are the two essential demands as long as they don't give us that we won't stop. you to. this that people in difficult spit will have a hard time surviving and the last time the wrist i phone off and or the have a nickel logical masses a message against police violence i have many different messages. thursday u.s. president donald trump and north korea's leader kim jong long with their retinues
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and thousands of journalists descended on vietnam's capital of annoy for the two leaders second summit the much hyped meeting failed to produce any deal on north korea's do you need the right station and the lifting of u.s. sanctions against pyongyang with trump and kim unable to agree on the terms despite little headway being made at the summit in washington and pyongyang say the dialogue will continue and as an apparent goodwill gesture the u.s. and south korea have decided to suspend their annual joint military exercises a pentagon statement says it's being done in an effort to reduce tension and violence and denuclearization on the korean peninsula though the drills have in fact not been canceled completely but rather replaced by another set of exercises artie's kelly movement take stock of the second kim summit. the talks in the noise between trump and kim were complete failure. trump says the talks failed because of what he says were unreasonable demands they wanted the sanctions lifted. in their
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entirety and we couldn't do that but that is not how north korea remembers the meeting because they were what we proposed wasn't the removal of all sanctions but their partial removal we proposed to the united states to leave articles of sanctions that impede the cereal and economy and the law of our people so with conflicting information about what actually took place at the meeting between the two leaders we've now got the u.s. state department issuing an explanation of the explanation after the talks flopped in hanoi jumped on a plane to alaska it was certainly not singing the song of peace as he praised the troops america does not see conflict but if we are forced to defend ourselves we will fight and we will win in an overwhelming fashion you are a powerful warning to the world to never strike american soil you are a warning that everybody knows about in nobody wants to play with you would think
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that with the utter trainwreck that was the talks with pyongyang that donald trump would be cruising for a bruising when he got back to the united states however that doesn't seem to be the case the epic failure seems to have been met with pretty broad approval both democrats and republicans seemed rather chipper about it it's good that the president did not get him anything was a little bit that he was proposing the north koreans walk away thinking you know they've got they won and gradually they will see they were sanctions regime begin to erode then they've won and frankly that would be unfortunate i was smart to expose the north korean delegation to the god of our economic prosperity that could be possible it's a good thing that he walked away rather than agreeing to something that was badly flawed democratic presidential candidate toasting gabbert seem to stand alone invoicing disappointment kim jong un has clearly stated that he is holding on to these nuclear weapons as his only deterrent against the united states coming. and
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waging a regime change war in north korea so well you know i'm deeply concerned about the fact that this summit yesterday ended without an agreement it's not surprising because of this policy this regime change war policy might pompei all laid out the washington consensus with rather sharp terminology america has a responsibility to protect itself by pushing back against those evil nations and those evil leaders who intend to do real harm to the world yes much like george w. bush with his rhetoric about evil doers donald trump is not setting himself up to win a nobel peace prize any time soon but most of the political establishment that normally hates donald trump seems to think that that's a ok caleb mop and artsy new york. the experts we talked to believe the trump's administration's whole case. and separating north korea is trust in whatever promises and there is willing to make. it was not no deal versus bad deal
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it was a missed opportunity and the real question remains whether what was it that caused president or chairman kim for that matter to stand up and walk away hour and a half early i think there's a crisis in confidence between north korea in the u.s. you know kim knows what's going on in the world and he looks around and he sees unfortunately and depressingly the united states simply doesn't keep its word around the world trump is going to try to show success he and that i think was one of the considerations in the discussions in in vietnam over over north korean missiles the reality is is a trump is looking to make a deal and to show international success and to so that he can have something to come back to and to offset the turmoil the inter the political turmoil he's
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free. back home but if we've taken over isis in syria then the question remains what about the troops u.s. troops who are there in syria what will happen with them those are questions that remain unanswered. at the border also grab the world's attention this week india carried out and strike on what they say was a tariff comes and pakistan increasing face of a miniature confrontation between the two neighbors states.
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south asian politics and security acts but i'm not one to mr a sees a foreign hand in the conflict what we are seeing at the moment is the low intensity conflict on the ground on the sea is going to go on. what you need to remember here is that although the pakistani prime minister region the indian captured pilot has ecclesiastes there's a lot of history at the high end of the combat has to do with the phrase he's personally coming from the united states saudi arabia and united claiming that it's kind of forced pakistan to take the course you said that if they do neither of these parties want to. go down the peace and in pakistan the army has the state so that is a military establishment which is their whole law on india we haven't lost the
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least in divided his own party which is craving for some kind of confrontation that box come to give it to claxon under my list in the forthcoming election. we'll be back in a couple of minutes after this break. the . country's gone into a nihilistic fever that's funny thank you and we got to hit the road and get out the traveling across america to find what makes america take the charlatans the genius the quintessential american hero this is it we've come a point around which alan is done something we always are on the margins something . called gun culture as being forty characters.
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we're starting last with is going to headed east into the swamp we're going into the belly of the beast and i think i want to leave now doesn't do any more of downtown than it may be completely different and it is just. what i see images and hear things what their doors. are see people who are afraid not see these young men that some women are in these white supremacist groups and i see those as the really scared to go. to the movie. and all the other hole or that is the color of their skin that's all they have going for themselves to their white skin. welcome back to winking seventeen people injured at the port on friday as clashes erupted during the latest right macho return protest.
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the workers of the. palestinians have been protesting at the israeli gaza border every friday since march they demand the return of lands now occupied by is proving to be honest. and this medics were among the wounded israeli army says it was responding to an attempted attack on the gaza strip. now facebook has made available to pages of the my fake media group after a ten day suspension of the group's c.e.o. and he said now and in the now post on your colleague struck back at critics.
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we're back up facebook has heard our calls for freedom yes after selectively censoring us all four of math experiences including the now were taken down for no reason other than pressure from pro-war think tanks and a lazy report from c.n.n. the messages are slick filled with graphics filled with ground grabs very graphic. aimed at young left leaning americans getting news from social media and the videos have been viewed tens of millions of times billions of times thank you with messages like this it's pretty amazing that the same countries that spent two years screaming about alleged russian election meddling in twenty sixteen is now a law the us meddling and venezuela it was definitely your venezuela piece that got us in trouble i said sensor your feet and hands would love that but not as much as the german marshall fund alliance for securing democracy that's the us government funded think tank that told c.n.n. to launch an investigation to get us censored. facebook in the first place who's
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the alliance for securing democracy and why would they care about us it's a hawkish project whose advisory council includes people like bill kristol the dude from project for a new american century that sold us the iraq war also mike morrell former acting cia director john podesta former chairman of hillary clinton's presidential campaign and jake sullivan former national security adviser to vice president joe biden so in the alliance of neo cons and centrist and former intelligence officials funded by the u.s. government through a temper tantrum to get c.n.n. to encourage facebook to censor us that's creepy as for me my palestine video and he said you gotta stop letting me speak my mind this c.n.n. report was deep though showing up at the homes of people who work with us contacting contractors we work with to collect dirt classy stuff and their investigation it was a quick google not the pentagon paper if you don't believe us buzz we did an exposé
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three years ago revealing what was pretty much widely known and again google but c.n.n. still got us i mean as much as i'd like to say we did a ton of digging on this if you were to you know start googling these pages you could quickly sort of work it back to see so what did we do wrong they violate a rule to facebook say these pages violated a policy in source no did we hide our affiliation with russia they weren't necessarily really hiding there were really hiding but they were kind of yeah what exactly did i say wrong a lot of legitimate arguments. it sounds like you liked what you saw great viral videos great design you know and the content was pretty critical of the u.s. government of us mainstream media but nothing that would be totally out of the ordinary necessarily it sounds like we have a great page and we're following the rules we did have to change our about us section to reflect our parent company details. it's
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a new policy apparently that suddenly became a rule after we were taken down without warning a verified page with over two point five billion views many outlets that receive some kind of government funding and don't have info about it on their facebook pages let's call this what it is mass hysteria in the us of anything having to do with russia and exaggerated fear of russian influence by media that thinks a few facebook pages one trump the election c.n.n. wouldn't care if we were funded by japan this is a mccarthyist witch hunt they didn't even bother engaging with our content that don't you guy even seem to like us we've got editorial control over the videos we make and unlike c.n.n. we get to tell the truth about war and corporations because we don't rely on advertising dollars from weapons companies we'll see and then have to mention their parent company eighty and who help the embassies warrantless wiretapping of americans remember that look all media is funded by corporations or governments so
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we're going to talk about funding and let's include all media in that conversation let's apply the same standards to everyone not just those affiliated with the country a bunch of neo cons hate we're looking at you facebook in the meantime we're just going to keep doing our thing thanks for the shout out c.n.n. at least most of his buddies facebook won't be doing itself any favors if it keeps cracking down on projects that overlies is like. facebook is dying the potential is going to die commercially if it doesn't have the respect of the people who use it and that's that that's the dilemma they're in governments are putting the pressure to do certain things but their audiences and put him under pressure to do the opposite a lot to make their minds up which side of the fence they're on you know all of these big mic media companies are actually under scrutiny about what they actually do and you know how they actually operate and what they allow what they don't allow
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in how they're funded and so on i think the idea of this is to do with misleading information is a red herring it's nothing to do with the general thing about disintegration and i'm afraid that's the space that's developing and those that people won't accept genuine opinions which they this they disagree with or just want try and suppress them because they're involved in psychological warfare. a documentary called crisis child which is that next here on r.t. international.
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life expectancy in america is plummeting if you look at the chart it's shocking to look at that almost every other country is kind of inching up on one side of the chart and that as an outlier is the united states is the way over here it's all crashing down from the drugs from the having junk food having junk culture having it's junk politics and fake news it's all fake and fake doesn't sustain life and you see it in the numbers it's clear. my son doing drugs my nephews was still in drugs my sister just with doing drugs it was like an epidemic of drug abuse america's public enemy number one in the united states is drug abuse we started going after the users in the prison population
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sewer we started treating sick people people who are addicted to these drugs like criminals while i was on the hill why we became convinced that the war on drugs was a mistake there are countless numbers of people who are in prison for inconceivable . sins for minor minor offenders in the drug trade it's a lot watching your children grow up and miss you in wave and say by day as you're walking out of a business it's just it doesn't get easier. just . isis fighters and boarding a philippine naval ship. to
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. take down a bit of you know that those little. sixteen month honestly did you know let me. see what. she did or.
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is there that stuff or nothing but. i'm. trying to believe be it near this with a bit. now till it's time and. midwest states. and i said a lot of that though now update the data. or unless they've made me run out of. the business. spent time with isis but his friends and acquaintances don't he keeps his post hidden from them. in the. book.
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i do that i'm. doing a lot of. the filipino subdivision of isis calls itself the abu sayyaf group and is based around mindanao bustle on the sulu islands. its goal is to establish an independent muslim caliphate in the philippines. it's move that they use large numbers of children and come by.


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