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especially. on. the mountains of. might be annoying to me that we are in the constitutional crisis. crisis precedented the british prime minister's deal rejected no deal breaker rejected no clear way with the clock ticking the u.k. parliament. intention to weaponize its energy exploding. in the political leverage game. also ahead on the program. germany takes.
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collaboration with the chinese. or other countries. from a failed rocket launch. a space crew is poised to make a fresh. firing up the baikonur cosmodrome later as they got up close and personal with. the rocket is finally out of the war was assembled manually taking to the launch side by training and this is the last time we see this. team in a long construction in a horizontal position. twenty
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four seven news live from moscow this is r.t. international always a pleasure to have your company my name's union o'neill our top story the fate of breaks it appears to be in limbo the british parliament has rejected leaving the pain union without a deal one day after sizably rejecting prime minister to resign may's divorce agreement with the no alternative in place on the brakes a clock ticking tensions of the house of commons. and let it be a nordo that we are in the constitutional crisis shoes the house expressing opinion on the deal the government attempted to question it is a crisis of unprecedented levels let us as a house of commons work now to find a solution to deal with the crises facing this country and the deep concerns that many people have for their livelihood for their lives their future their jobs their
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communities and their factories well extraordinary chaotic times taking place in the u.k. it really does seem like a very serious crisis in terms of bracks it at this point because as the deadline gets closer things just get more and more complicated just this week a series of very crucial votes taking place at the house of commons on wednesday night we saw m.p.'s reject the possibility of leaving the european union without a deal and this of course a became quite a significant vote with theresa may herself saying all of the previous all actions continue to be on the table the legal issue for which the u.k. and. the u.k. will leave without a deal. less something else is agree it's the onus is now on everyone. yes to find
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alternatives now the reasoning for this is that despite the fact that and he's refused to accept the idea of leaving without a deal the problem is that unless they find an alternative or a solution that everybody agrees to within the next two weeks by the march twenty ninth deadline they will have to crash out of the european union without a deal that said unless an extension is agreed on and now we have a situation where to rescind means deal has been rejected leaving without a deal has been rejected and on thursday night m.p.'s will vote on whether or not to extend article fifty whether or not to push back the bracks a deadline of march twenty ninth and the way things stand at this particular moment all of the options still continue to be on the table but as bizarre as that sounds because there seems to be no compromise in terms of how to move forward another
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difficulty is that even if m.p.'s vote for an extension of the brics a deadline brussels has made it clear they're quite frustrated with the situation they want to see some kind of unified approach from london indicating exactly what they want out of bracks that we have heard. brussels save that really all negotiations have already wrapped up that the deal that had been presented and now rejected twice by members of parliament was the best deal possible so which way any of this is going to be moving forward continues to be anyone's guess and we've getting lots of reaction of course all this we heard from david kolber duvets a member of the european parliament for scotland he's of the view trees a man has made a mockery of braces. i mean the government have made the biggest mess in history could have easily gone through breaks it. could've agreed to to leave on the world
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trade organization terms it would have been a problem i think the house of commons. do not like her deal at all is worse than being in the european union and that's what she's trying to do she's trying to make it look so bad that it will continue on in the european union i think is the end of some of the big parties going there for the end of the conservative party it's breaking up. breaks it count down. ok it's more world news this hour u.s. secretary of state mike pompeo has accused several energy exporting nations including russia of posing a threat to liberty and freedom it was one of a number of key points major in his speech at an annual energy conference in texas . reports. the us is out of the closet finally an official
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confirmation that it weaponized oil and gas and its foreign policy doctrine we need to continue to build our energy security in the ways i describe we need to roll up our sleeves and compete by facilitating investment all across the world and encouraging partners to buy from us but honestly that actors but hold up what's with the parts about bad acts as well don't you forget america is exceptional it's like no other country in the world really is so when they do it it is a canny tactic but when somebody else does it's a felony some nations are using their energy for malign ends and not to promote prosperity in the way we do here in the west. they don't have the values of freedom and liberty of the rule of law that we do and they're using their energy to destroy ours it's all the usual suspect in this being go of bodies russia is naturally there as it stands accused of plotting to turn poor old europe into
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a bunch of gas junkies by building a pipeline we don't want our european allies hooked on russian gas to the north as you through project none of the countries implicated in the project see a problem with it if we received russian gas during the cold will not only in the d.d.r. where i live but also in west germany but i don't see why the times and situation today should be so much wasse now we can no longer say that russia remains a partner but uncle sam knows best russia also apparently invaded ukraine to pillage its energy stock and we all know the story in russia that invaded ukraine to gain access to oil and gas reserves so let me get this straight russia world's number one in proven gas reserves with over fifty thousand billion cubic meters to show for it wanted some of ukraine's three hundred billion and when it comes to the black gold the might. energy empires of denmark and it's really
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more oil rich than ukraine could it be that someone spends so much time in iraq that now sees the fingerprints of its own plays everywhere now of syrian leader bashar assad also goes on to impose naughty list well this time the syrian president is guilty of wanting to explore some of syrian oil reserves which are well in syria and it is cuba of course taking advantage of venezuela by enjoying its oil not the us that outright seized all assets over venezuelan petroleum company and wired them to an account inaccessible to president maduro and remember us is special in every way so when they earn a buck in energy trade that's a force for good don't mix it up but through this here's my point. we're not just exporting american energy we're exporting our commercial value system to our friends and to our partners so trumps well marketed america first policy may need
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a little clarification it's not about america solving its problems by itself it's about america trying to solve its problems at everyone else's expense pompei out seems to believe that whatever the us. is right and moral and whatever russia or china or iran do is this is there really wrong and immoral but you have to remember that the foreign policy team that trump has put together this is really an amazingly inept team and they are very bad at what they're doing no one is persuaded by its arguments russia's customers enter into the relationship voluntarily no one is corrupting anybody as they supposedly free trade free market the europeans are appalled by trump's decision to pull out of a nuclear accord with iran they are determined to go ahead with the nord stream to pipeline. line which the u.s.
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opposes the no reason not to pipe in or gas from nearby russia rather than shipping it from the united states you know thousands of miles away it makes no sense at all unless you're a us gas company. the crew of last year's fails soyuz rocket launch is poised to make a second attempt ahead of lift off from the baikonur cosmodrome artie's maria financial hub the chance to witness the preparations. another recruiting on the international space station says de knight's russian spacecraft will take three members of the fifty ninth expedition to orbit doubling the station's population. two of them russian aleksey and america's nick hague this will be their second take they faced it with much dignity then and awe full of confidence today. there was no such incidents the thirty five years ago to go first
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flights i think even though we didn't make it to the it was good training for the crews we have here and for us as well. from one hundred percent of. the nature. of the word. to do one thing. that is where they were you think perhaps. five hundred one of the one the one fed by funneling this way for a living there was on the way to blending very keen and neat lended harm.
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given that they have one with a fifty feel moment or is it a keyboard lift itself many times more than the force of gravity qualified that was no one was hurt either you want me there were no bomb didn't go off before they did if there we had never mind how authorities really. think worth it if they broke our little flowers here all because i found that i was wrong with him. well they were able to fix them. so those days launch comes right after a successful test flight of america's dragon spacecraft the first commercial vehicle to ever reach the international space station marking the beginning of a new era of even space flight if you.
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will it be a new era of global exploration further exploration of space or the era of competition between russia us and other countries it is a competition within itself to just get better and competition is only going to help us get a better future so it's actually a pretty good pretty big thing in general i don't know that there has ever been adult time in the history of the international space station program but i do feel like we are specially going into a very interesting portion of the history of this station very dynamic and we're going to be on board for that. i don't know about the competition thing but if we look at this topic a little light heartedly i'd say the shuttles deliver pretty cool things to the i assess the progress rockets usually take things that don't expire that quickly and with shuttles but we just make some calls and in a day's time we get grapes or paper and it all looks pristine with you could take
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a picture with those goods but for now i couldn't the oldest largest and busiest spaceport remains the only gate to wait and to the i who says in phoenix you get done just like sixty years ago when he was getting ready for the first space turning in history. even the time the local police and for the first time is holding the same seven am shot the rocket is finally out of the old show boyhood assembled manually and it's taken to the long side by a train using the rail line specially designed and built for just this purpose and this is the last time we see this really look at these speeds to middle one construction in
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a horizontal position. is not always clear vertical position in blade so it will roll right here on the ground for the last time and boost the space she put its international crew into orbit and. just hours ago to go on till liftoff we've got more news here all the program to the brick. the negative interest rate is coming to your bank account soon it's being done on the wholesale level right now between countries and now it's going to come to your local bank account so instead of getting thirty basis points on your money market fund or on your savings account the bank will get negative three percent so that's
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three percent will be taken out of your account and given to someone the central bank says a systemic claims court. would. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. i want. you to go on for us this is what before three of them or can't be good. i'm interested in the waters of. course.
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hello again u.s. lawmakers are adopting a tough first on some russia passing for new builds damming the mirror putin's leadership heal up and breaks down the story. according to some members of the u.s. congress trump is just not hard enough on russia new legislation is required the u.s. house of representatives just passed for bill specifically targeting russia they are mandating that no federal agency actually recognize crimea as being part of russia furthermore they are demanding that the intelligence agency dig into vladimir putin and his family's assets but that is just the tip of the iceberg resolution condemns the putin regime we speak out against strongman and dictator we will sanction them oppose strict sanctions imposed sanctions expose condemned reveal and they must be brought to account for their actions anyone who has ever watched mainstream media has heard that whole trump putin montra but just in case
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you missed it why is he such a was an russian president trump i said nothing but kind words to say for vladimir putin he's surrendering to putin's world view russia's handling it up as an asset that seems to be the that's the appearance to me but the facts just don't add up some of the toughest sanctions ever imposed on russia were passed under the trumpet ministration treasury remains committed to talk between russian bank tend to tease this seek to profit from russia's a legal an extension and occupation of crimea a sign sions are a clear reminded that effort seeking to normalize investment and economic relationships with those operating in crimea will not be tolerated and as subjects to u.s. and e.u. sanctions. trump has escalated the us nato military presence in poland right on russia's doorstep and trump has presided over naval maneuvers in the black sea right near russia's sensitive military base.
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trump has authorized the sale of lethal weapons to the anti russian government based here furthermore he directly attacked the syrian arab republic his predecessor would do neither of these things. but some say it is just not far enough the rhetoric continues that somehow he's putin's puppet well it doesn't really matter what he do if he can be totally hard on russia he can be harder than obama or anybody else will rush you don't want to know because it's all part of a greater playing to get out of office as well as the boat is really kind of a no win situation in his case the narrative is a narrative and you going to push it no matter way it's almost like trump is being backed into a corner he has to escalate hostilities in order to disprove the constant allegations. r.t. new york. members of i'm glad merkel's conservative party have lost on it out america's i'd spoken ambassador to germany that's enough to richard grinnell war not the u.s. could cut down on the intelligence it shares with berlin should chinese telecoms
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giant weiwei take part in the country's five g. mobile infrastructure project peter all over the story. chancellor merkel is far from happy with the latest comments from washington's man in berlin ambassador richard grinnell said that should germany proceed with developing its next generation of wireless internet infrastructure alongside the chinese telecom company who while we're well then would be limited in the intelligence that was being shared with us from washington none of your business says angela merkel even a security particularly when it comes to the expansion of the five g. network but also elsewhere in the digital area is a very important concern for the german government so we are defining standards for . other politicians of also being quick to condemn the u.s. ambassador's approach the federal government is in no need of demands or tips from
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the american ambassador about our competency their address cyber security policies again u.s. ambassador we're now is threatening the federal government the b. and d. supposed to buy routers from cisco rather than why wait otherwise there will be less information from bana say this is far from richard grinnell's first rodeo since the us ambassador arrived in berlin he's heard a few things to say. it's .
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terrible business when an ambassador starts to let. of the country that they're based in unless of course the country being lectured is venezuela where when it comes to attempting to subvert the politics and constitution of the central american nation germany went further than using the diplomatic corps and went straight to the executive branch. why don't is now the person you talk to about it and we expect him to initiate an election process as soon as possible and for this task he is the legitimate interim president from the point of view of germany and many european partners doesn't mean that germany's ambassador to caracas didn't get in on the act though in fact he was expelled from venezuela after being accused of meddling in the country's internal affairs he left with a parting shot the president maduro. nicolas maduro not only lacks the democratic
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legitimacy necessary for political reasons but he also denied the humanitarian situation as well as going through which was then doubled down on by germany's foreign minister this will in no way lead us to reconsidering our support for one interim president with a mandate to organize free fair and independent elections anyway the support is irrefutable and it will stay this way it all leaves the u.s. ambassador's comments here paling into relative in significance in comparison german ambassador and has met with the self declared leader of the country a person. who hasn't been elected by anyone where they stood for the presidential election and who now claims to be the president of a country that barely knows him and is absolutely unacceptable for a german ambassador to meet him at the airport and to support him and to declare
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him the president of the country that is like if i were to clear bernie sanders the president of the united states. a spanish investigators have reportedly linked this . cia to last month's mysterious attack on the north korean embassy in madrid the incident occurred in late february a group of ten people storm pyongyang's mission in spain they restrained eight members of staff and reportedly bags on their heads one woman succeeded in escaping from a window on the second floor the attackers got away with stolen computers on mobile phones. it's also been suggested that came here the former north korean ambassador to spain was the real target of the raid he served in the post for years but in twenty seventeen was expelled by madrid following north korean nuclear tests he also played a key role in organizing the recent summit between kim jong un and donald trump in
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madrid based journalist martin roberts as more. spain's newspaper of record el paice suggested that the u.s. central intelligence agency may have been behind a recent attack on the north korean embassy here in madrid which you can see behind me el pikes say that police investigators and also investigators from the security services have managed to identify at least two of the ten presumed assailants and say that they have connections to the cia they are also but the cia have denied responsibility but they add that those denials were quote not very convincing now if these attacks are confirmed they're currently under investigation by the high court. but the responsibility of the cia is confirmed and that could to have devastating implications for diplomatic relationships between the two countries are not least because of international conventions covering the inviolability of
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diplomatically gay sions. well the polish foreign minister has stated he will not comment on an ongoing investigation we have asked both the north korean embassy spain's interior ministry for action ok that's a lot for now but next we catch up on the latest kaiser reports live from moscow and this is your r.t. international. country has gone into a nihilistic fever. get out the traveling across america to find what makes america the showed sense the genius of this the
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quintessential american hero this is it we've come a point around which ultimate is done something we always are on the margins to this whole dung culture is moving forward. we're starting last with is to begin to headed east into the swamp we're going into the belly of the bees i think i want to leave now doesn't get any more gonzo than the me may be completely different and a mystery. well . come on. both you know what the cost. or your. focus on it you come from up there and i don't think i want to. give it up because a couple of i did want to show what
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a sneaky god time he. was for would be ok senator i want to know full well for you because i think you know how to. say to both fish and to hear all about it you want to be able to perform. it on faith no nothing. none of that in a way out of fear from. the photo one that will open tonight will be so. max kaiser this is the kaiser report you know you can't taper a ponzi scheme we've been saying that for quite some time more evidence just in let's turn to stacy herbert and get the latest max we've seen the evidence pouring
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in it looks like despite the soaring stock markets in the united states this year at least maybe other places didn't have the same. that they actually cannot taper the ponzi they've been trying to pretend that they can taper only so that they can unwind it we saw that in europe they're announcing more quantitative easing the fed in the united states is indicating that they're considering negative rates should anything ever go bad again but you know here's an image that really put the fear of god in me and that is powell yellen and bernanke. current fed chair former and then the previous one to her powell sixty minute message to stress fed independence in efforts to support average american yes their policies just so you know and just so you don't.


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