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back here again 15 feet apart at this point. a glimpse into a can weeks founder julian assange high security prison in london our video agency ruptly has obtained exclusive footage. of international monetary fund admits mistakes were made when trying to resuscitate argentina's economy saying it failed to tackle the country's underlying problems. in new york times backtracked on its reporting on the screwball poisoning case in the u.k. for almost 2 months the paper failed to correct an article about the disturbing pictures showing the president supposedly capturing the aftermath of the nerve
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agent of time. can follow all those stories on our social media and stay up to date on events around the world next on our team international though it is going underground while u.k. and ireland split seconds next to. time after time said we're going on the ground just hours after theresa may step down as tory party leader leaving the illegal bombing of syria. 14000000 people in the u.k. living in poverty as a legacy coming up on the show as the president of the free world the john wayne of politics as war was raging around the world we speak to one of hollywood's best known top guys about trump's 1st explain latest. legendary activist peacemaker.
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to the k.g.b. around the league on conflict resolution as the g. 20 today debates the u.s. . trade told us more coming up in today's going on the ground but 1st on this day in 149 george orwell published the dystopian novel 1984 and just as 184 was 35 years up to 949 so we had today 35 years from 1904 little of that perhaps that a political refugee in moscow who revealed a mass surveillance by nato powers using our mobile phones argues that life is more dangerous today than in the book 1984. is an important book but we should not bound ourselves to the limits of the author's imagination you know our times have shown that the world is much more unpredictable and dangerous than that it's certainly dangerous for snowden he's too afraid to go to donald trump's usa for fear of capture and the man who helped him and who revealed google glass all well again hora has been tortured by the british government at southeast
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london according to the u.n. i mean google glasses you know possibly or. realize nation of. some orwellian horror in the sense that. this place is a google between your eyes and the world so you not only is who are collecting your email with you use team have you sent word for not only is it collecting for you thinking about me and searching your location information if you use it and for a friend. or interest you have on you tube and so on who are able to click directly. to the images that you are pulling through well while surveillance in britain and 29000 may suppose that an i j t 4 little a said today about george orwell's neo mccarthyite sympathies it was all well who shopped icons like charlie chaplin to u.k. authorities for subversion it was george orwell who advised the british foreign
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office that the legendary paul robeson was a racist that's paul robeson who spent his life fighting fascism and who recognize that without the soviet union d.-day would not have been possible donald trump of course is infamously smeared as a russian agent in nature a nation media if he was an agent he would have perhaps mentioned that without russia d.-day would have been impossible so what's behind group think joining me now via skype from los angeles is american actor singer and entertainer robert davi he was the f.b.i. agent in die hard and the bomb the villain in license to kill robber welcome to going underground your father 14 was wounded in world war 2 what did it mean to see your president commemorate this month 75th anniversary of d.-day. my 1st option i want to thank you for having me on the show and and what a great name you have. your name is almost action read tons of it it feels like it belongs in. a bond film the day my dad my dad fought in world war 2 he was a gunner on a merchant marine ship for the navy for the u.s.
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navy ship was torpedoed he was in the water for 3 days and a lot of his friends. were you know met their demise that. war as many did and my my uncles had 6 uncles who fought in the battle of midway and which was a decisive battle during world war 2 and some relatives some friends of mine that well my godfather was in the battle of normandy and so it's quite. poignant specially being a bit of a historian. loving what and when did during that time that time period because his eyes raise some eyebrows because russia are on the eastern front last proportionally far more people in the fight against naziism but over there where you are in hollywood rushers and being midge of a deed age being mentioned because because almost hourly would you say that your president is basically being talked of as a some kind of russian agent yes you know it's so absurd to me option because in
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the twenty's. the communists had infiltrated not only hollywood but also the united states it's a known fact to storable and talk about the day the great speech that ronald reagan gave ronald reagan in the 1940 s. there was a dinner. of the communist party russians. operatives at either latino's house who was a who was the a female director she was in a communist yourself but there were many comments at this dinner by sterling hayden the actor from the godfather played the police captain who was the head of the communist party in hollywood there were tons of operatives at that time and they were recruiting people the actor william holden had actually told reagan about this meeting and reagan who at that time was a bleeding heart liberal he said himself went to that meeting sean and wanted to speak and none of them wanted him to speak except one actor john garfield great
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actor and he was a probably the 1st method actor was the leading man and working class act that got up and said he should speak garfield then got a lot of throwback from the left of hollywood so it's been around and it's absurd to me that during this stalinists years hollywood embraced this stalinists as we said how many russians were killed during world war 2 and we know that kerry kennedy teddy kennedy went to nicaragua when reagan was negotiating we know that john kerry did stuff we know that didn't gain a red but it's absurd to me that they're throwing this on donald trump who was probably the most well arguably are no none of those people you mentioned were russian agents arguably and it was your point about the hollywood story back in the twenty's that they did when they wished when it was the soviet union they didn't allow dissent at this particular time there's a different ideology there's a globalist ideology and one of nationalism and skip being the sharni of your
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nations it's what direction it is going through today in london so what's. winning is this conflict of ideologies and for the most part the hollywood elite have lost touch in some ways and they're wonderful people many of my friends they have lost touch with the common man now i understand you know the 3rd wave alvin toffler talks about in terms of leading the industrial revolution into the technological revolution i understand jobs are going to change and things are going to shift around after me but there's a lack of understanding or compassion but something else that both coasts the left coast and left coast new york and l.a. are missing ok i'm going to get on to the working class a bit more in a 2nd but i mean anyone who knows robert de niro's films now smart some of them are now great some of them are. you seeing him presumably on saturday night live when would this happen that suddenly someone who is great and i would someone argue
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intellectually so great suddenly his films were suddenly believe that. someone like donald trump is really an agent of vladimir putin's it's beyond me it's part of the narrative you know i respect the nero as an actor i've met him i've known him he's a brilliant actor brilliant artist but in terms of some of the language that's been used in punch the guy in the face in that view and and all of that i think it's beneath the dignity of the nero as an artist he can say it much more articulate the style of donald trump the brashness the authenticity honesty is the most transparent presidency we've that well i think in the british media certainly there isn't an tag unism with donald trump i think that's probably you know arguable but you mention working class. action because the media you know we talked about the fake media we've known for years underground people have talked about how we've been manipulated and we've traveled the world i've watched certain
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networks like c.n.n. say she interpreted an event in and that happened in america and i watch it someplace and in budapest or in latvia and it's totally different your future princess or princess marco she she never called her nasty. he was told she said some nasty things about him but what was said he didn't know that she would be so city which is calling on us to after all he's an honest guy it was nasty what she said why can't somebody state they were nasty to me no matter who they are why do we have to have this political correctness in like. you said the working class and he certainly back in those days never talked about class the way he did in the run up to the election when michael moore suggested that russia is a massive distraction for the democrats that they should be attacking trump on clus
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because actually everything trump has done is not mean what he said in his inauguration speech for the poor working man and woman in the midwest it is being to serve the one percent i could disagree with. instance michael moore i don't like this roger and me film i like some of the things he did but some of the stuff he's a little bit on the fringe for me when i have to show you about the work in question which trump did have you ever seen the interview that donald trump did with oprah about 20 years ago over 20 years ago i had i didn't see it i got to admit. you should let me just tell you what the view is here go back and look at that donald trump said the same things when oprah wanted him to run for president as he's saying today ok he talked about our trade deals you talked about us being ripped off by different countries he's not changing his tune even what he said about north korea 15 years ago donald trump is being authentic and i you know i don't blindly go after a politician i don't go for the style i go for the content of what i think they can do for the country our employment is lower than ever before black unemployment
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women i mean what's happening here jobs are coming back some of his policies are working now imagine if you didn't have the obstructionist of the left then what happens is they know this the same thing with the breakfast party and in london they know that if this works if it goes right the left is going to suffer a big consequence some i don't call it the left some might call it the globalist i mean just a quick citizen care mamma obama between 272016 will drop to the 99 percent buy for enough $1000.00 and the one percent took an extra $4900000.00 that was obama do you think that trump is going to really reverse that trend of. rewarding the rich because his tax cuts and just looking at his cabinet of people with hundreds of millions of dollars in assets hollywood makes $20000000.00 a film some guys make $20000000.00 why don't they read this. i can't believe what
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people say unless they're doing what they say if suddenly hollywood star and i won't mention names who's getting above the line $101220000000.00 and they tell the rest of the cast and the work is what you guys got to take a cut because so and so is taking all the money that's a lot of hooey now what's what me off more than anything right now action is what's happening in more sensuous in san francisco in seattle in portland we have homeless people on the streets. better living worse than medieval times that plague might come to los angeles i don't know if you know that maybe about bionic gonna play a big outbreak in los angeles they already have. and. tuberculosis because of these these living conditions that the people living in ok and there are americans and i think people do people would get 40000000 will not be able to aid tonight in in your country without food stamps but on another subject the amount of chinese
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investment in hollywood right now is reaching new highs what's it going to do to hollywood trade war with china not only does what hollywood that's to do with culture it has to do with the messaging i've seen already scripts that have been shape or reshape because of that influx of money here's a guy that wants to bring the country back if you action if somebody was cheating you year after year after year after year after year and you finally had someone that said you know what i can help you out of this would you just throw your hands up to go no continue to do it when you should when you were shown that it was wrong that the deals that were made were made because there was graft involved or some other kind of things so here's a guy that's saying i want to go shake the fairway the trade war is about a fair trade not about this free trade about fair trade i think every human being wants that for instance i'm strong with l.g.b. t.q.
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rights i think you know that's kind of like to me. it frustrates me that people don't understand the humanity of that and how to judge you can't judge someone else who they love who they want to be a good some countries will then censor films that are for equality for those in the l g b t q community just recently the russian state apparently is censored elton john's biopic bachmann what do you think what do you have to say about that. donald trump was the 1st president that came out and said that this was he was going to sanction those countries that did not give freedom to the. i mean that's a big step obama didn't do it bush didn't do it quickly didn't do it he's come out and said that we have to have this. this freedom of because of rights i think that's a big step in that so i agree with that and i think that's a darn good thing. thank you. and thank you option after the
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break with the u.s. china trade war at the top of the g. 20 agenda today human rights activist and former presidential candidate the reverend jesse jackson calls for an end to u.s. negotiations through threats only civil coming up about 2 going on the ground. financial. today was all about money laundering 1st to this is to say this. is a good start well we have our 3 banks all set up here maybe something in your something in america something overseas in cayman island these banks are complicit in the congress to decide to give much ponce money to do some serious money laundering ok let's see how we did well we got a nice luxury tax for stacey beautiful jewelry and how. to
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build again from that you know what money laundering hi liz thank you so much. welcome back given outgoing u.k. leader theresa may was with donald trump this week to commemorate d.-day in a way that arguably suggested russia had nothing to do with world war 2 it was defacto deputy david leading to and in her place of pm cues that jeremy corbyn it was rebecca long baby who appeared to be as equally ignorant as other politicians of the sacrifice of tens of millions on the eastern front that made d.-day possible . his comments made regarding the marking of the 75th anniversary of the d.-day landing which is being commemorates it today in portsmouth we must never forget the
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extraordinary sacrifices of all those who landed up day in norman day to raise amaze replacement didn't forget russia though he ridiculed long baileys party his stalinist for not putting shadow foreign secretary emily thornberry up against him implying it was because of his policy differences with jeremy corbyn why welcome donovan lately i feel slightly sorry for the right one. is going to south of used to to general stink with who seems to have been dispatched to internal exile somewhere i. don't know you know. it's just. the only way to reach to to watch out because i think there's a lesson that anybody who the dispatch box out shines the dear leader risk. rhys being brought to the public bureau historian long bailey who was shot as
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secretary of state for business energy and industrial strategy dismissed the smear and focused on the global existential threat of climate catastrophe trump and his team famously don't accept the science but they have at best seemed ambiguous on whether a u.k. u.s. trade deal would be. in the end of the u.k. universal health care system as we know it the us president did say that the n.h.s. was on the table and he changed negotiation and the pm did not intervene says stop him the need to end this and told me he's have already failed to see the health and social care act which opened up the n.h.s. to the us markets 10 percent so many privatized and that makes it possible the debt has no issues with us right now have insurance replacing n.h.s. note cards he can be trusted without any test except the labor carty really what about blair brown and the current labor mayor of manchester the only goal a team like lloyd to pretend that the majority of n.h.s.
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contracts get for private say to did not actually take place on the conservative ministration bit on the labor god. we've andy burnham a urging that to expect salary to trump who opposes bernie sanders vision for a us and h.s. called jeremy kolb in a negative force this week that a wonder that the commander in chief refused to meet the leader of a majesty's loyal opposition joining me now is the jury civil rights campaigner and diplomat the reverend jesse jackson who has worked alongside bernie sanders and corbin as well as martin luther king jr fidel castro good chavez and julian assange thanks so much jesse for coming on the show so you marched with jeremy corbyn against iraq in the streets of london why do you think your president refused to meet with the leader of majesty's opposition here on the state visit to britain is right wing in his ruling the world seems. mr trump as a regime change orientation yes new goals international law point to mr trump mr
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bush. that time and told him it was a little samantha what restaurant they found you spoke at a good job as funeral what do you think we can learn from him. and i don't know martin luther king jr in calif you know about about iran about iran specifically because i understand that iran is one of the things that was talked about here in london this week. well again mr president obama wrote that our arrangement had the global community working with iran mr trump cool that of course the part was for it the crisis he was solve the crisis he created by pulling out fact is iran was at the table on the supervision and oversight and that deal should have been enforced not not on the mind when i asked if i'm from canada or mexico from china from europe he says he's fighting to be isolated he's succeeding does not
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give america not good who are security but he campaigned on an antiwar ticket yabby his lies a lot that he's a consistent the point is that he has. threatened iran with war and these days fights in the compound it fights opponents in the business of isolation us threatens a nation isn't. dialo if that isn't tough negotiations isn't trade not inviting within that you cannot bomb away into relationship you must negotiate or that of a ship we have robert from strength was not overplay our strength you have it on like i say president obama he hasn't got the united states into full fledged wars like in libya and in syria going to iraq was a mistake and libya as well as been bogged down in iraq there's no doubt about it and in syria it is not about that seems to me it was just have this kind of arrogant notions toward war and control as opposed to relationships i mean we will
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in fact have the power will bring the forces binns will to the table and negotiate a working relationship and room reconciliation that's a stretch reconciliation not not not regime change always as regards the china trade that's a huge multilateral negotiations and in time you cannot undo the china tribulation but bluster and one speech and one threat we cannot have negotiate with threats. and bluster when the need that when reasonable spec will negotiations for transition transformation that is chump really any different from other presidents ronald reagan when he came here didn't get a full state visit he addressed parliament and he came here when there are death squads in central america the invasion of grenada or a commonwealth territory a u.s. president's visit of this country so they will be treated kind of the same mean to bomb grenada needs another 6000 people the bump on my christmas time the poll
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ratings as woodward reagan did and the iran contra scandal and the people rejected that and then there's as as trump says the mexicans are coming out and people come to measure death at the desperation of drug dealers and they're muslims me locked out the rule rejects that those narrow nationalistic notions and his illness really can have a quiet closed little dinner with the queen and the meeting with ms may with the people saying no to race nationalism and limitations based upon that. another point of division we share there isn't usually is israel palestine what do you make of jared cushion a being in britain here prior to he's going to negotiate the deal of the century after your country recognised your islam as israel's capital jail isn't qualified to do what he's working on doing is that they have the ability to seem the model of
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are not experienced in the background i just see israel and palestine is a must to exist and not cool and the us is the only country now with this embassy and in jerusalem making that statement said you know you can have goals and i suspect you even told you that even an occupation those are not peace plan those are war plans so those those plans create a reaction but he didn't talk it out not not cited by that well we're trying to draw on that on the show to rebut what you said they're not sure whether you know but there was an off the record briefing mike pompeo now secretary of state of course said i get why people think this is going to be a deal only the israelis will love do you think this deal of the century is basically sponsored by israel of course is the move one country done in jerusalem itself is oppressive 2 thirds of the coalition and most of the world. are committed
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make it was a true must make is for its allies and enemies more for the door that to make gives the enemies more hostile us to make is alyssa q i understand the reason you've been campaigning for democracy for people to go out and vote the united states for decades and decades do you think the media there concentrating a lot on the russian interference in your elections. i understand that republican state voter fraud may have interfered with the election meaning will the republicans they don't program will restrict their focus on suppression the vote moving 3 singe. megan did for the boat all kind of schemes are mending and they saved ned ludd group projects so hillary won by 3000000 both 3000000 votes states rights defeated gore had the most votes there and 2000 hillary a dreamy bill she won and 2 in 16 in trouble 9000000 votes in 28 teams
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will not feel trump winning the election we can be trouble we in fact stop bull suppression lit by the republicans but we know from wiki leaks how hillary clinton if we let alone the wars she wanted your country involved in arguably more than those trump is involved then we know how he tried to from wiki leaks how hillary clinton tried to destroy but he signed his campaign what did you feel when you read those leaks which are now just being described to russian meddling didn't do a good about it but my point is that chairs democracy must on of them are democratic rules must be transparent because these law hasn't come back to haunt us open free for democracy it is the health of the budget the market is not open not free not fair not democracy at all and we're going to be there we will explore this idea of democracy we must on it it ourselves and hold a course now during a sanjeev you met in the ecuadorian embassy in london is now according to the
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united nations being tortured in london while don't trump was visiting the queen what do you make of the un allegations that he's being tortured by australian ecuadorian british and american government we just don't know when i went to see him i mounted the in-laws in india in the division of blows who made this kind of move. come to america and griz's case in the courts now he's wanted on charges including the espionage act that could see him say 175 years in prison in your country there's a map was meant to go back to america me then as a journalist make his case in comes easy receive fair and just treatment. but of course you're saying therefore there's just treatment of the united states there wasn't just treatment arguably for bernie sanders in the $26000.00 election as we canucks revealed we need to be supporting but he signed as he supported you when
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you ran for the us presidency in 88 and i mean that says you know that i received a point and then time from from grammar error school student time and as well as from our book rhythm aeration my aunt a wolf or elizabeth warren she's a tremendous force for change and endurance and as i think we have a problem candidates we have but we have time to determine after several debates to see who's capable of winning the election and be troubled and been troubled the 2 concerns on that isn't a transparent election alone and other than being from as important to us you know they get stablished democrats like come on aristotle and joe biden will try to destroy the candidacy of any scientists this time i don't know i mean bird runs a real threat this is cool because he is among those independent these independent in the course of his conviction may simply a different makes him a while. he's not bound by the system that makes them different. reverend jesse
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jackson thank you and that's it for the show will be back on monday the anniversary of syria's defeat of israel and lebanon when we are given all the british war on the side of al qaeda is imminent he talked about social media so you know. what is it going to coin his magic and the new type of digital currency the centralized digital scarcity chancellor bring a 2nd for bankers call the genesis blog for reason civil disobedience a source of optimism because i can control my own financial destiny it's just a new way of coming to consensus it's a game changer in the human history this is columbus discovering the new world this paradigm.


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