Skip to main content

tv   News  RT  March 31, 2019 11:00am-11:30am EDT

11:00 am
the week's top stories here on r.t. the u.k. is left in limbo as the original date passes and theresa may fails for a third time to force her deeply unpopular divorce deal for parliament. the hoax is dead donald trump claims complete vindication after it's revealed the highly anticipated more report found no evidence of collusion with russia and the two thousand and sixteen presidential election. and washington's decision to recognize the occupied golan heights as is really territory draws a damning response from the u.n. security council and protests across large swaths of syria.
11:01 am
this is the week we hear on r.t. international where we bring you the stories that shape the past seven days welcome to the program. friday was supposed to go down in history as the day that britain finally divorced from the european union but all that's been turned on its head and theresa may is brags that withdrawal agreement has suffered a third defeat and to see a church takes a look at what might be in stores now. finally the date is here march twenty ninth twenty maintain the 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
11:02 am
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 and nineteen is eleven pm a declaration made no once not twice but prime minister in this house has said on one hundred times that we will be leaving the european union on the twenty ninth of march what do you think the days going to be remembered by now how we didn't leave here. today we were supposed to leave in the european union but we're not. personally as opposed to foreign which. is a day we should blame twenty ninth for the mess that we've made of bricks march
11:03 am
twenty ninth well it's a perfectly good day would personally like to come up with a new day. that's got the whole idea of yeah entry voted to leave the european union whether agree with it or not most the door across a choice march twenty ninth was meant to be the grand departure of the u.k. from the e.u. with hopes of a brand new future ahead instead breck's it is now a saga 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 our. meanwhile to mark the day that should have been one museum in southwest england decided to bring out a banksy classic for a public display the controversial work by the celebrated british street artist all that monkeying around fair comment or not see what you think. here are some of the
11:04 am
thousands who turn out for the so-called march to leave demonstration outside parliament on friday afternoon many had planned to come anyway to celebrate britain leaving the e.u. instead they rallied to vent their anger over the country's full turn departure police arrested five people at the demonstrations. i live your lives oddly was i was it was i i can your of today what i write of what i mean it's madness that's the route to us about this it's not no deal it's even going to do you two year terms of truth. is what we voted for and we knew exactly what we were voting for in two thousand and sixteen so i think our child has sought better spent elsewhere beyond the european union you know where we can engage in free trade arrangements without having speakon find what cost to syria or
11:05 am
a european commission want off thirty nine billion pounds they would do everything to keep us in this is not a deal worth it it's a very bad deal. for instate stuck by the e.u. it's a bad deal we should leave without it do you want w t o terms international relation experts on scared says teresa mayes days as leader are numbered. well she's very vulnerable she's already said she's going to go. nearly everyone is expecting a totally didn't she predicted in the near future and she said she would go more to us immediately if a deal of possible which was and so that she's still a rod but she's lost all realists or she can rejoice in the cold when she can't control what happens in the house of commons she can't control her own cabinet members of hoops just go their own way and vote it's a please. see that she really is a lame duck prime minister however. you know she's there i thought she could remain
11:06 am
there until december but that depends will the captain it get together decide to tell it to go all together. after another stinging defeat theresa may hopes to bring her deal to parliament for a fourth attempt that vote is expected next week. he. breaks it count down. two years of investigation and one key revelation donald trump did not collude with russia in the two thousand and sixteen election the four page summary of special counsel robert muller support says that no further indictments will be made that's led the president to claim total exoneration despite that the report does maintain that the kremlin carried out cyber activities aned at influencing the election but according to the u.s. secretary of state that's not the full extent of moscow's meddling and american affairs mike compare claimed on wednesday that russia has interfered in every u.s.
11:07 am
presidential vote since two thousand and four and a staff reports. for two years they dug and dug investigated and question who 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 sixteen u.s. general election yes they did in the two thousand and twelve and the two thousand and eight thank you and the loser than we are that's a bold claim especially given the evidence he mentioned he didn't mention in the evidence begs the question of course why washington waited for more than a decade to say sue but there could be a simple explanation the presidents before trump would get this compromised agents russian agents and concrete to miss the pompei oh i have evidence it's
11:08 am
so obvious if you think about it let's go back russia meddled and one year 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
11:09 am
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 of the general secretary's office own his disk and say mr general secretary i don't like the way president reagan is running used but. russian meddling is obvious it is going on for more
11:10 am
than a 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 angle of french intervention you don't hear much about that and for good reason you need to leave evidence lying about say that comrie lincoln rest in peace lennon'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 meanwhile moscow says that it has long expressed its willingness to discuss any concerns are alleged election meddling and also says
11:11 am
that the russia collusion theme has been driven slowly by internal us political few . president trump who did this week that those who spread misinformation and fig news on cruising with russia could face serious repercussions or online show in. tongue in cheek look at that. in case you missed it and americans are struggling to deal with the most terrible news that president is not a russian spy. after years of rice lying around in donald trump's do you vs past special counsel robert mueller has concluded that he did not collude with the russians to win the election in twenty sixty this is left many americans facing an uncomfortable truth they may have elected overlord the old fashioned way this. way which they did the hunt is used undermined the one thing very that was keeping the democrats and the paranoid liberals for having
11:12 am
a collective breakdown the belief that trump is most days my. special counsel couldn't find any evidence he can of been looking back if he just spend less time searching for facts and more time watching cable news channels and reading newspapers he was found legions of experts with loads of incriminating speculation he could have used but the whole process was not a waste of time the whole report hasn't been released yet but here is what we definitely know. the media reports uncovered trove of fake news but not from russian clip farms no t.v. screens across america day off to day the trunk pages were promised a metaphorical lynching by the rachel maddow and the m.s.m. b.c.'s of the world. next accuses the mainstream media of lying you are. going to have people believe. the media's.
11:13 am
let's call it operation. shoot self in foot maybe i'm just bad trump is second tom because it makes him look like the victim that is top level meddling without a risky inside politics. new note on color that there is a whole policy of questionable characters surrounding trump unveiling one of the world's best kept secret that politics and billion as tend to attract self-serving john says. bob now that neil is finished his work there's bound to be a period of interest that action of self reflection and admission perhaps that the hysteria went a little to do far possibly an apology from the media for being wrong for three. and a legitimate attempt to keep the anti german feeling to the ballot box. for
11:14 am
twenty years consecutive weekend ylvis protestors and friends have rallied against the government recent measures to ban protests in specific little effect officials claim around thirty thousand protesters turned out nationwide while organizers but the figure more than one hundred thousand there were clashes with police and tear gas was used to disperse some rallies dozens of arrests were made in paris and violence also broke out in the southern city of. wheels protesters why despite dialogue and some concessions they're still furious with their government. we have to express our discontent especially about the
11:15 am
purchasing power of retired people which is unacceptable. to the stories level go and help with our salaries this patrol crisis democracy or climate change post it's. close. oh you got that base didn't they just really want to decrease in the value at the time when the subsidies like food so people could have a higher good just empowers them so both distributions of equal justice. to the complete we are here every saturday where we'll be here until the end. we turn to the ukrainian presidential election after the break and take a look at the candidates vying for power button more in just a minute. to.
11:16 am
do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy on sunday shouldn't let it be an arms race in this spearing dramatic development the only personally i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. what politicians do. they put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected . so when you want to be president i'm sure. some want to. have to go right to be close this is what the four three of the more people are. interested always in the water. there should.
11:17 am
be. welcome back to the weekly ukrainians are heading to the polls this sunday to choose their next president turn out there is already reported to be over forty five percent with. early exit polls suggesting that comedian of a lot of years the lenski is edging ahead of the current president petro poroshenko with a closer look at the contenders topping this year's vast and colorful array of kid ballots list is jam packed thirty nine names of vying for leadership unprecedented and here's a preview of the top three contenders and the dark horse. vala dimmers alinsky is a showbiz prodigy turned presidential most hopeful. to
11:18 am
play the part of a ukrainian president in these on a premise that is a fresh face in the political free for all and the best short ukraine has a bringing down the influence of oligarchy and not sure to at least apparently supported by a prominent anti russian oligarch himself though zelinsky had already assumed to some presidential responsibilities welcoming in the new year for viewers on a major ukrainian channel owned by said all agog the least desirable metabolism. moving down the polling list a familiar face. further integration into the you rubbing shoulders with the nato scaremongering about russia's aggression all the expected things dominated his push for the reelection. the old guard of ukraine's state ship seemed yulia tymoshenko fell from the political pantheon a long time ago after being thrown behind bars in an embezzlement case but now free
11:19 am
she's taking her best shot at ukraine's top job. she's made social issues a cornerstone of her campaign promises like how offing gas prices have proposed her towards a place on the podium and finally the most unexpected entry in the race. that's right vladimir putin dragged into the picture by the incumbent president himself who is my opponent my opponent is putin couldn't name is not among the thirty nine on the ballot of course but clearly shows how heavily he weighs on the minds of some all of that and maybe see the civil war in the east of the country four in ten adults say it's a battle to put food on the table while a third are willing to move abroad for good ukraine votes. donald trump broke with fifty years of u.s.
11:20 am
foreign policy on monday by formally recognizing the occupied golan heights a sovereign israeli territory the controversial announcement was made during a meeting with israel's prime minister who wanted the decision. the presidential proclamation recognizing israel's sovereign right over the golan heights. its president ladies and gentlemen this is truly no story. your book liberation comes at a time when the go alone is more important than ever for security when you ron is trying to establish bases in syria to strike you israel the strategic territory which belongs to syria and also borders jordan and lebanon was seized by israel in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven and then formally annexed in one nine hundred eighty one the move was never accepted by the international community.
11:21 am
the signing triggered a wave of protests across syria on tuesday including and aleppo and damascus the country's two largest cities. it also drew the ire of u.n. security council members even washington's closest allies have emphatically rejected the move saying it sets a dangerous precedent. this decision is of critical critical strategic and security importance to the state of israel the decision by the united states to recognize the israeli substantive over the golan heights is in contravention of security
11:22 am
council resolution four nine seven like you should we are concerned that this unilateral decision not only complicates the prospect of finding a comprehensive settlement in the middle east is that would lead to instability in the region trumpeted in the strait apparently wants to show some generosity towards israel we would suggest the americans not to lay their hands on what is not theirs the golan heights either it will always be even heard of sovereign territory this is their plate many others it has taken before all showed their willingness of the united states to honor reality on the ground we asked israeli scholar mordechai katter and investigative journalist mike ready for their views on the move. there's a couple of dangers one that that does set really dangerous precedent any one any country can take another land by force but it's also. i can trump look very all solution is to he's on his own here really just israel and one or two other
11:23 am
countries and the us of course all the monologue movement countries have rejected this this move. has the use for instance as most of the people of the thousands of people from the druze i think syrian troops have had no say on this matter told them so then i was still living on we are only the in control of the golan heights full fifty to use the golan heights is a heaven on earth unlike the rest of syria which became and then where is. some kind of a good thing for the beaton's and everybody else joelson is also notable denies there is the easily copied so what was i with the jewish people but. all it did for more than fleas thousand so what do we need is it a cognition of the world that was the weekly for more headline news and up to the minute reports head to our web site r t dot com thanks for tuning in this hour.
11:24 am
after the previous stage of my career was over everyone wondered what i was going to do next the ball different clubs on the other i wanted a new challenge and the fresh perspective i'm used to suppressing and i saw one on t.v. . i'm going to talk about football not for you or else if you think i was going to the. by the way ways and such like here. there's praise for a single. tempests. they have a super. training very young.
11:25 am
eight months of intensive school. wraps. and they save lives. joining me everything on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sport i'm showbusiness i'll see of that. i mean more doogan is an outstanding person because he took on the most powerful agency in this county for you'll be to stay if you look at it from the analogy. marc was the day that when he was five. do going to spin the sheriff's most contentious critics say he is the first time i noticed something wasn't right in
11:26 am
fleece work pretty much when he first started the corruption in palm beach county is not something that you can smell it seems like a bad it's a nod and a wink it wasn't what i wanted to do. we've had more shootings in this county then some states have had collectively children went to his website began featuring comments about god his family the sheriff by then. squash you like a bug you know i wish you'd stop clinician's the end of life and stop i believe what i'm doing ok you know it's your funeral the f.b.i. raided p.b.s. and critics do going to house. i snuck out of the united states. into russia political.
11:27 am
it was.
11:28 am
something. because i was going on the phone one mobile i don't make a name for the moment and i go on the most missing from one post machine but. this is a. put me in the middle of the bass that is off the pedal you saw more than one of those sort of only. good things about that they can last a little. if you get a line that says that all the people. want to song it to those kids to shred the blue zones of out on either side of custody because they get yes well then why should the bus stop one of the stone in charge of the philosophical column of them if one wants.
11:29 am
welcome to the circus. so we're now going into what we call the go to song sometimes poor means flower song means storm. song means. flowers can grow even on storms. the circus country which is located in afghanistan but i think is very different. than the rest of oakland and. in afghanistan things everything is designed made organized for adults. so adults decide at all think. adult know what is the right thing his office is. now we are practicing for. one of the very big shows we do a lot of you are chosen schools and.
11:30 am


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on