headlining this our third time unlucky four to resume a british lawmakers roundly reject the prime minister's last ditch attempt to force e.u. divorce deal through parliament. the us secretary of state claims russia has interfered in every u.s. election since two thousand and four. and german rock band ramstein faces a huge backlash for the group's controversial depiction of the holocaust in their new singles video we discuss the reaction from the public and israel. here is r.t. h.q. this friday march twenty ninth it's ten pm here in moscow it's seven pm in the u.k.
and on what should have been the day the britain left the european union instead there's division and derision in westminster and beyond after the prime minister suffered a humiliating third defeat in parliament deal after the result was announced to resume a warm the britain edged closer to leaving the e.u. in two weeks' time without a plan in place. but the implication of the house's decision. the legal default is that united kingdom is due to leave the european union on the twelfth of april in just fourteen days time mr speaker i feel we are reaching the limits of this process in this house this house has rejected no deal it has rejected no brics it on wednesday it rejected. of the deal on the table and today it has rejected approving the withdrawal agreement alone britain edges closer and closer to the cliff it seems without any kind of backup plan indeed we saw the house of commons
voted down to rescind may's withdrawal agreement her deal for a third time around as a majority of fifty eight of voices in the parliament despite her hoping that she would just be able to break through with this agreement allowing for the deadline for bracks it to be extended to me twenty seconds as was agreed with the european union that indeed has not happened despite the british prime minister yet again for m.p.'s to support her she promised again to step down as her deal was supported in this particular vote possibly hoping third time would be the lucky one she said that. this deal would avoid european elections it would avoid a cliff edge and avoid a long delay possibly destroying the idea of bragg's it all together still this apparently did not scare m.p.'s enough in this make or break time so what
happens next is of course the deadline now is april twelfth as agreed with the european union certainly there will be lots of work underway to see if other alternatives are available as soon as next monday those are going to be looked at most certainly again here in wa. westminster at the same time as all of this political stalemate and chaos and crisis unravels within this government and the house of commons we have seen some reaction already from europe in terms of this latest vote donald tusk european council president has tweeted that he's calling a european council meeting to take place on april tenth and we know the euro commission they have said this previously that they are prepared for a new deal scenario already but all of them acknowledging that april twelfth is now the new march twenty ninth which is today and if you remember this was meant to be
the day for the original breck's a deadline to take place finally the date is you march twenty ninth one thousand nine hundred eighty story for britain marking its departure from the european union . or wait a second. a day like any other except with less clarity about what happens next then the very day the twenty sixteen referendum shocked the world the u.k. has voted to leave the european union. article fifty was triggered on march twenty ninth two years ago the article fifty process is now underway and in accordance with the wishes of the british people the united kingdom is leaving the european union so many promises made and shattered since then it's within our grasp to leave with a deal on the twenty ninth of march on the twenty ninth of march on the twenty
ninth of march with a deal with a deal on the twenty ninth of march we will be leaving the e.u. on the twenty ninth of march two thousand nine hundred eleven pm a declaration made not once not twice but prime minister in this house or so i don't know hundred times but we will be leaving the european union on the twenty ninth of march. pile on to votes of no confidence against the british prime minister who deal struck down in parliament twice already and the house of commons voting against alternative after alternative after alternative showing no majority support for any of the bracks it options what do you think the day's going to be remembered by now how we didn't leave here. the day we were supposed to be leaving the european union but we're not. personally i suppose the. most well you know if there isn't a moment here is a day we should blame twenty ninth for the mess that we've made of bricks march twenty ninth well it's a perfectly good day. twenty nine yeah and three voted to leave the european union
whether you agree with it or nor most of them across a choice march twenty ninth was meant to be the grand departure of the u.k. i was so august so lengthy and convoluted it's hard to keep track of all the plot twists with the deadline of the final chapter now postponed due to chaos how this all plays out is only yet to be figured out reporting from london and. with r.t. meanwhile to mark the day that should have been one museum in southwest england has decided to display a work by the british street artist banksy one which perhaps more than ever right now captures the mood in the country. you can see behind me some of thousands who turned out for the so-called march to leave demonstration outside parliament many a plan to come on today's date anyway to celebrate britain leaving the e.u. but instead they rallied to vent their anger over the country's faltering departure police had earlier warned of possible disorder of the protests but that hasn't come to pass easily has been meeting some of the people at the rally in parliament
square. there are tens of thousands of people gathered here in this parliament square in central london many of them gathered here to make the point that leave means leave there is of course a big stage there showing videos and speeches on what was supposed to be briggs that day march the twenty ninth the day the u.k. was supposed to leave the e.u. but of course that is now looking like it's going to be pushed back to april twelfth at the earliest but this isn't the only stage here where the only protest it as a rival want just to this side being addressed by the far right leader tommy robinson and his protests very different you could say to this one here addressing many grievances that he seems to have with the major media and so on but it just goes to show that even within those who are calling for brags that there are divisions in the best way to approach that however one thing which we've been noticing we've been going round and talking to people is that the idea of
a no deal breaks it all leaving on world trade organization rules is something that the people here at this protest are quite comfortable with. do you think the prime minister will be invited down for the time good. moments of my youth on what it would i want to know until i can revoke it today when i've brought over from this madness that's the route to us about this it's not no do it's even going to do you to your terms of true press that's what we voted for and we knew spent elsewhere beyond the european union you know where we can engage in free trade arrangements for having speakon find what cost to soon the european commission today say that on twelve april the twelfth that will be a no deal is not something that you would say european commission one hundred thirty nine billion pounds they would do everything to keep percent this is not a deal worth it it's a very bad. start by the e.u. it's a bad deal we should leave without a deal on w t o terms the parliament square is. filled with the e.u. the e.u.
flag but today it's the turn of those on the leave side of the argument to make their presence felt this military style march taking place but you just showed up the flag of the united kingdom as many of the first third of those parades they wish to make the point that today is the day that should have been the day the european union but they won't stop protesting until they reach that objective. break said count down. below that there was no conspiracy between donald trump in the kremlin was supposed to put the whole issue to bed but while answering a question from u.s. democrat secretary of state my pump aoe surprisingly expanded his list of elections that russia apparently interfered in all the way back to the george w. bush era our senior correspondent not against the of reports. for too as
sad as it may be trump is not a russian agent who so they think but officially russia gave collusion was a hook for the style if you only knew just how much could lose and that was in the past do you believe russia interfered with the twenty six thousand u.s. general election yes they did in the two thousand and twelve and the two thousand and eight thank you and the only or that's a bold claim especially given the evidence he mentioned he didn't mention any evidence begs the question of course why washington waited for more than a decade to say so but there could be a simple explanation the presidents before trump were get this compromised agents russian agent and contrary to mr pompei oh i have evidence it's
so. so obvious if you think about it let's go back russia meddled and won the election for barack obama how else could you explain a bomb as little microphone slip where he was caught red handed reporting to putin. that for that it was george bush who russia put into the white house twice in two thousand and two thousand and four look at them together putin and bush all that touching and feeling hugs and shakes romantic almost and don't get me started about the eyes and looked the man in the eye i. was able to. get a sense of his soul and you want to tell me that bush wasn't
a russian stooge come on get real as red as a cherry and that's just the last few presidents this meddling goes back decades reagan who presided over the collapse of the u.s.s.r. was also compromised this is all just part of the plan i mean what kind of sick man a traitor makes a whole beat of collecting and translating russian jew and then posting about it the story was an american in a russian arguing about their two countries and the americans said look in my country i can walk into the oval office i can pound the president's desk and say mr president i don't like the way you're running our country and a russian said i can do this i can go into the crim and to the general secretary's office pound is disconcerting mr general secretary i don't like the way president reagan is running used but little russian meddling is obvious it is gone on for
more than. one hundred years abraham lincoln surprise was a russian agent why do you think russia sent two fleets of warships to new york and san francisco in a show of support for him and the unionists during the american civil war the coming of the russian fleets was decisive in helping lincoln get through the last and most serious threat of anglo-french intervention you don't hear much about that and for good reason you need to leave evidence lying about say that comrade lincoln rest in peace lenin's blessings be upon him there you have it concrete proof of president after president being russian agents you got it right mr pompei oh about the whole russia meddling joking apart of the past two years american mainstream media has given their nonstop coverage to the trumped russia collusion saga but
although the t.v. ratings might have spiked after the twenty sixth election they're now experiencing a significant drop after the long awaited miller report was released c.n.n. has critical coverage of trump is often labeled as fake news by the us president has seen a noticeable decline during primetime hours likewise one of the most popular m s n b c anchors rachel maddow lost half a million viewers in just one week that's about twenty percent of her audience or the trump friendly fox news channel has seen a jump of over a million viewers c.n.n.'s chief correspondent try to explain the trend saying there just hasn't been much news since the bombshell miller findings were announced but some of the media still not prepared to let it go. i think we've done the media the press has done one of the great reporting jobs in the history especially of covering a presidency by the most news organizations have trust in his prosecutorial judgment but that doesn't mean of course that there isn't compelling and incriminating evidence that should be shared with the american people this president has a way of trying to get into people's heads and indoctrinate them he's been saying
no collusion no collusion no collusion he does this all the time this is not the end of anything we discuss the dilemma the mainstream media faces weighing ratings against accurate reporting with investigative journalists and vandar. because of the nature of. this thing sort of like hog ticks or you know ratings for cable stations went up after the election not down but enormous number so that provided a huge disincentive to steer away from from the narrative obviously there's if you watch innocent b.c. they're not going on air and saying. we got it wrong we're really sorry we're going to go back and fix that they're actually just basically doubling down on this and moving on to a new. idea which is that the thing that's important is obstruction and not collusion the mainstream media c.n.n. m.s.n. b.c. and others took it to such an extreme and have absolutely burned their reputations
and they've also commented said jeff zucker over at c.n.n. said we don't do investigative journalism well then what kind of journalism is there if you're not actually looking for the information sourcing your information as opposed to just taking bad circular reporting off phony information we have trade deals that are going on going with china very exciting news there that you have stuff going on overseas and brags that and they're talking about there's no news out there that is not the reason for their lack of a rating if you look at the exit is from mainstream media into online media and in citizen journalism you will see that this shift is going to where people can actually get accurate news. the german rock band the ramstein has come into the firing line of the jewish community over the video for the group's new single it looks at germany's past present and future but it's the pot depicting the holocaust and strong major backlash described by some as frivolous and irresponsible.
titled the nine minute video shows defining historical moments like the formation of the weimar republic and formation of the nine. the party the lyrics are said to show the band struggled with a german identity saying we quote want to love and damn you some within the jewish community say that outrageous while the israeli foreign ministry is insisting the clip gets deleted. this ramstein clear using the whole cause for advertisement purposes is shameful and uncalled for we join the many voices calling for his immediate removal of the band of his record label have not given any comment on this as yet but earlier daniel hawkins discussed the reaction to ramstein is new video with independent journalist and historian efraim zuroff. practive the matter is that they did what they did it's out there it's available to anyone who wants and this is really in that the way to deal with the subject as sensitive as the
holocaust they are if i may say on the good side of course and they bring the message of the horror of the camps to young people working class people who probably don't have a clue really even in germany of what happened sixty years ago it's true that somehow it is not bad here it is it's not clear what the messages and it's basically no no this is not education seminar this is just rammstein is way of tracking people from is not something you'd agree with that there shouldn't be any sort of boundaries in artistic expression or is the holocaust you know something of trivializing the sort of way as many people would say something that really does cross the line here. this in more in favor of freedom of expression refried of expression is not the right to yell fire in a crowded theater another is there has to be some limits and by the way the people who. follows have bands like this among them are many of the people in the
neo nazi movement in germany in people who have a tendency to potentially might be inspired to commit violent that it's so this is not really a good idea and to some a test must be fought hard but in this instance in germany this is the best taste of the rock'n'roll scene and i think there is nothing much to it because if you intervene if you take them to court they will make something after there was a. and clip done by a polish artist in which he had. a good actor is filmed playing tag in a gas chamber. this this clip was banned in germany ok but for some odd reason totally income prehensile to me this was shown in the
cracker museum of modern not i simply want to try to defend stein in this case because it is not that bad i think of course it's not brilliant i don't proof i think it's your fault i'm not a fan but ok that's the way to use in our permissive society. south africa's human rights commission has ignited debate in the country over where the boundaries of free speech lie it after a rule that a string of racially charged remarks by a controversial leftwing politician did not amount to hate speech among other things julius malema had said that he wasn't quote calling for the slaughter of white people yet. came to the conclusion that while the ex forming this subject of these complaints may be quite of. they do not meet the legal threshold to qualify is hate speech. is the leader of the economic freedom fighters party which argues that black south africans continue to face systematic discrimination
he was previously convicted of hate speech in two thousand and ten and twenty eleven and subsequently expelled from the ruling african national congress party here are some of the statements that critics have claimed amount to incitement to violence against white people. why do you want to tell. me why not be out there might be why not according to you know the time i'm saying to you we're not called for the killing of wade people at least for now i can go to the future i don't want blacks to work for whites i want you to work for yourselves and white people will work for you that will be true freedom you must teach them how to carry babies on their back they must feel what our parents have been feeling we are not calling for white people to be killed but for white people to be our domestic workers while the commentators we spoke to agreed that the limits were to reprehensible they ultimately had mixed feelings about the commission's ruling. well i think you know to two parts there are some parts certainly many supporters
of julius malema sponsor that fair to say well we told you so we don't this is just the type of rhetoric we use and it certainly should not be ever taken is much more than that there's another opinion simply from many legal people and people around issues of human rights to say i mean these type of statements all aboard even though the south african human rights commission didn't find that constitutes hate speech but they did find it very offensive you have to ask yourself the question in the south african context so it's not hate speech but is offensive and offensive for lol i think is is a very of things of to to try and internalize even though mr malema claims not to have called for things like genocide and what have you his comments have still been quite extreme he has specifically said that he is not yet calling for the slaughter of all white people if someone on the right wing were to say something like this about black people he would be sent to jail possibly for the comments that he's
made we've seen examples of this i am baffled as to why they came to this conclusion either it is because they politically sympathize with mr malema or they are afraid of him because they know that his. political party continues to grow in popularity and they worry that they will be on the wrong side of mr malema should he ever gain more power. the chinese foreign ministry has dismissed the allegation of beijing poses a threat to the united states as a cliche after it was announced that a cold war era advisory body was being revived to focus on china the group says it aims to tackle the full array of conventional and non-conventional dangers posed by beijing. the existential threat presented from the people's republic of china every university in america has penetrated to gain as much intelligence about america pretty much everything they do is in one way or another in influence operation and
many of those influence operations are designed to have psychological effects on us the russian charges of political meddling or especially ridiculous when one considers the array of threats posed by the people's republic of china the committee on the present danger was first set up in the early one nine hundred fifty s. and tough with countering communist influence in the us and resurface twenty years later once again challenge the soviet union during the cold war the major threat named by the first debate was the so-called aggressive designs of the soviet you need to counter this europe was to rearm while the us was asked to show greater commitment to the committee also condemned the spread of communism in the korean peninsula and the potential involvement of china now today the committee claims beijing represents the greatest threat facing america asia affairs specialist andrew young told us that the ongoing trade war is part of a multifaceted approach to weaken china. it's only.
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greetings and salutations motive is the central component of the chicago police department's case against actor just the smaller the actor accuse the chicago police of staging a hate crime against themself by paying two personal trainers some barrio to attack him while he walked back to the chicago partment on january twenty ninth however in light of the dismissal of all charges against small it this week it has finally become apparent that the c.p.d. isn't telling the whole story chicago police superintendent eddie johnson claimed on the day small what was the rest of the quote as well paid thirty five hundred dollars to stage this attack and drag chicago. reputation through the mud in the process and why this stunt was orchestrated by small because he was dissatisfied
with his salary after charges were dropped chicago mayor rahm emanuel took the good morning america to chat with fellow democratic party and white house alumni george stephanopoulos to claim again that small is guilty and that it was done to promote himself the problem is that twelve minutes before the case was sealed by prosecutors the c.p.t. chose to approve a freedom of information act request and released some of their records records that clearly state that the crime is of undetermined motive but the brothers only told police they were pretty sure they received the hundred dollar bill from small of twenty five january two thousand and nineteen but he not sure when the bit but he was unsure when the bill was used and that they were pretty sure they received the check on january twenty seventh two thousand and nineteen which is just one of the ways in which the chicago police department's theory of conspiracy by just