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it's. not like. the u.s. says it is trying to build international consensus over the suspected or tanker attacks in the gulf of oman and continues to blame iran without offering much evidence we look back at washington's track record when it comes to convince in the global community about suppose it breaks that. hong kong ministration perspire consideration of a controversial bill on extradition after thousands take to the streets in protest and numerous include isthmus raxton britain are the watchdog group that gender stereotypes are harming society. pandering to female narcissism in advertising is appalling and part of that is denigration of men we don't want to
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see stereotypes versions and visions of us cleaning up after chaps. i welcome you watching r.t. now the u.s. and around the stepping up the playing getting over a suspected attack on to war tankers in the gulf of oman washington's acting defense secretary that claims america is simply trying to build agreement on what happened. i think as you can tell we have your immersion all situation very minorities describe to us situation the focus for myself grass or boredom the secretary pompei o is to build international consensus to this international problem earlier the u.s. presented a video it claims shows a range removing an unexploded mine from one of the vessels saying that no one else
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in the region had the capacity to carry out the attack the tank is owner says his crew reported the boat being hit by flying projectiles iran has in turn branded america's claims sabotaged diplomacy accusing the us of destabilizing peace and security in the middle east. over the last 2 years the us has been implementing an aggressive approach violating international law and using its financial and military clout this poses a serious threat to the region and to global security around and is questioning the evidence the u.s. has presented in this the day richard and i reports america does have a track record of making false claims. event accusation war we've seen it so many times before is history about to repeat the us secretary of state mike compare who's 100 percent convinced iran's got blood or in this case burning oil
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all over its hands it is the assessment of the united states government that the islamic republic of iran is responsible for the attacks that occurred in the gulf of oman today these unprovoked attacks present a clear threat to international peace and security a blatant assault on the freedom of navigation and in an acceptable campaign of escalating tension by iran but similar bold accusation claims have been made in the past and how have they worked out countries invaded have undeniably been led by controversial figures often dictators but the evidence supplied by the us has more often than not been somewhat lacking and let's not even mention weapons of mass destruction let's take a look at libya in 2011 more martin gadhafi equaled enemy number one secretary clinton was there to tell us the toughest security forces in the other groups in the region are trying to divide the people by using violence against women and reap
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a stool so war and the united states come dems this in the strongest possible terms the media swallowed it whole libya mass rape claims using vi agri would be a horrific 1st us and boy gaddafi troops raping issued viagra for as a defense via group branded migs libyan mass rape allegations not exactly the conclusion of the un or even human rights groups come with your conclusion that there is a systematic policy of rape in my opinion we can't i know i said i wouldn't mention iraq so-called w m d's and i won't but i will talk about iraq because remember washington's gone into battle against it twice this will not stand this aggression . against the way. in the 1990 s. george bush sr was ready to go to war after iraq's troops entered to kuwait not convinced of the need for action perhaps this will help there i saw the wreck you
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saw use come into the hospital that. we took the babies. to think you must be children to die of a cold. that was a young a kuwaiti girl speaking to the u.s. congress cue the headlines witnesses talk of iraqi atrocities the rape of a nation and some literal identity theft and q the war just one problem that girl was the daughter of the kuwaiti ambassador in the u.s. while the interview was organized by a p.r. firm later investigations once again concluded reality was far from the truth back to present day and a new holder of the america's most hated title by this whalen president nicolas maduro trump says his time's up you will find no safe car no wheezy exit and no way. you will everything.
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the trumpet ministration accused murderer of torching aid trucks there were photos to. dogs civilians killed by live rooms and the burning of trucks carrying badly needed food and medicine this is been response to peaceful efforts to help venezuelans countries that still brooke it goes madeira should take note. and once again the media lapped it up a bit embarrassing when the new york times is later forced to admit it was in fact the opposition has been striking the matches so to go back to where we weaken iran still convinced by mr pompei is video perhaps a lesson to be learned investigation before action as opposed to the other way around. and it's incredible that america still plays this game of wanting to persuade because american is the american people to go to war it doesn't need the international community what it means is for the people at home to think they're
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killing for the greater good the rockets have to believe that the worst they're waging is other countries it's not for america's profit but because they want to be the saviors of the walk through the exceptional nation and this lie all the still works for america it's just a blast its moral standing in the war because that all it's worth it's lost its treasury now has lost its insanity and if people does stand up to america the world does not stand up to america then walk for the world because the oil will change as we know it. following a series of mass protests hong kong's chief executive has a controversial bill on extradition i now announce that the government has decided to suspend a legislative amendment exercise restart our communication with all sectors of society do more explanation work and listen to different views of society while the
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believe past could allow beijing to seek the extradition of suspects from hong kong to mainland china the final decision on whether to extradite or not would rest with hong kong's course and also its chief executive supporters of the draft law though say it will prevent hong kong from becoming a refuge for criminals but others to fear it will erode hong kong special status within china critics claim to it will allow china to target to political enemies but it's not just hong kong residents who are concerned this vangelis obsess now explains. for days there hong kong has been gripped by protests over an extradition bill that would allow alleged fugitives to be extradited to mainland china as well as taiwan. the was.
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did you notice the banners written in english or it doesn't seem the best way of getting the government's attention in beijing but american politicians are receiving the message loud and clear the extradition bill imperils to strong u.s. hong kong relationship there has florrie's for 2 decades if it passes to congress has no choice but to reassess whether hong kong is sufficiently autonomous under the one country 2 systems framework the extradition law proposed by beijing loyalists in hong kong would allow political dissidents minorities and foreign travelers in hong kong to be spirited away to china secret police on the mainland the people of hong kong are assembling in the streets to resist this threat to their freedom and send a message to the chinese communist party we stand with the people of hong kong the peaceful demonstrations are a strong profound statement against the extradition bill which undermines the rule
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of law on a secure business environment so from america's perspective extraditing suspects from hong kong to madeleine china seems to be awful but extraditing them to the united states well it seems to be fine because the united states still has an extra a tradition treaty with hong kong dating back to the territories time as a british colony and america is not only giving its moral support the us national and all meant for democracy has given vast sums to hong kong trade unions and rights groups driving this movement so why. behind all this generosity well the chinese state media has made it clear i don't think we're competitive than the media who for part of the protests in hong kong really run with beth or hung up the 123 the thing between and of the 10 men like americans in particular. to become the new to campaign. so while the people of hong kong may have disputes
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with men lend china they're also finding themselves trapped in a power play between beijing and washington do you us government is threatening yves to be you would be passed. on constructors if that is the case. own homes best status for the opening import towards the world the movement the true will is intensifying into a cold war it is of interest off the beach in florida to us is. it is going to escalate to be a whole war on point moves to be conceived and out the window to reverse that's recognized by the united states. south the miller report including there is no collusion between teen and russian in the 2016 u.s. presidential election many thought the question had been put to bed however donald
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trump himself has reaganite to the issue by suggesting he would accept compromising information on political opponents from foreign sources without necessarily alerting the f.b.i. . to somebody that said we have information on your opponent oh let me call the f.b.i. give me a break life as if. he's a traitor to the pillars of our democracy and that's what that interview shows it's a very sad. very sad thing that he does not know right from wrong it's not just my interference in our elections it's illegal to take help from a foreign country in our elections it's illegal. course you have to look at it because if you don't look at it you're not going to know if it's bad but of course you'd give it to the f.b.i. or reported to the attorney general or somebody like that donald trump has done it again he's opened his mouth and made a comment that has the democrats screaming we've got it and this time it involves
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for any info and the f.b.i. now there certainly is growing evidence of foreign contacts during the 2016 elections but not from the truck campaign but rather from the campaign of hillary clinton d.n.c. contractor was in contact with ukrainian officials were guarding paul manna ford and his dealings in the country paul manna for it was the chief of donald trump's campaign at that time the ukrainian ambassador has confirmed that the clintons were digging up dirt the embassy got snow miss chalupa because very occasionally of ukrainian and other diasporas in washington d.c. and often had d.n.c. capacity we've learned about the d.n.c. involvement later light is floated by alexandra were related to approaching a member of congress with a purpose to initiate hearings in pomona fooled lets an investigative journalist on the prison portion crow question about mr manifolds during his public talk in washington d.c. according to some documents the obama white house was in on it as well reports show
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that meetings took place with the ukrainian anti corruption bureau in early 2016 when this is recalled that the u.s. department of justice was investigating ties between the ukrainian party of regions and folks in the united states they were sniffing around paul manna for its contacts but they didn't bring. charges at the time it was definitely the case that led to the charges against manifolds on the leak to the us media during the 2016 election now the leak was provided by that particular anti corruption bureau in ukraine about millions of dollars that paul metaphoric had allegedly received the key of district administrative court ruled that the national anti corruption group of ukraine direct broke the law when disclosing information about u.s. citizen pool not afford these have the effect of interfering in the us election in 2016 and was detrimental to the interests of ukraine now whatever you think about foreign meddling this is got to raise eyebrows nothing in the bottom of the report came anywhere near this i think what the d.n.c.
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did with the ukraine is is. absolutely far 10 times beyond what anybody in the trump campaign did and if the standard is going to be seeking or even hearing information from foreign campaigns that that's going to be a criminal act the democrats are going to be in trouble way before the republicans are going to be in trouble they are really trampling on the 1st amendment now trying to make it a crime to listen to information and i think that's a dangerous path and it is unbelievable the way the other side united states is not wanting to talk about all the collusion the solicited collusion on the democrat side they had operated operatives not only actively seeking foreign information on president trump then candidate trump they were paying for that information and i don't know why the left media in the united states has want to cover this it's it's shocking. a german government report says that burle in reduces
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arms shipments by almost a quarter last year in 2018 it cut exports to certain states over their involvement in the yemeni conflicts among them the united arab emirates despite the u.a.e. claiming it acts only to ensure stability in the region but trade between germany and the u.a.e. has just got a boost prompting fears renewed arms sales could actually follow if and has more on the story. it was clearly a fruitful meeting but it's left a bitter taste in the mouth for some the visit rationing german chancellor angela merkel and the crown prince of abu dhabi signed in berlin had $46.00 points and focused mainly on business ties between germany and the united arab emirates but the conversation apparently went far beyond that of the 2 of you but of course we talked about the conflict in yemen and i'm very happy between a green a common explanation for the recent assessor to support the new treaty of process
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in the united nations with the u.n. special envoy of course they talked about yemen the united arab emirates is the 2nd key player in the devastating conflict there after saudi arabia and germany reportedly selling it weapons the reason why the warm welcome of the crown prince here in berlin made some opposition politicians fuming as deputy commander in chief of the u.s. armed forces he has access to enormous financial and military capacities which he and scrupulously uses to support autocratic rulers who oppose human rights in countries such as egypt libya and saddam which sheikh mohammad bin sayed received by merkel and steinmeier a man responsible for war crimes in yemen now concrete actions not just strong words are needed the work crimes of the u.a.e. must not be rewarded by german arms exports even though there were no armed deals
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mentioned this time the bundestag opposition found out earlier that the multi 1000000000 euro partnership between germany and the united arab emirates doesn't include some deadly elements unser into request by germany's left party the federal ministry for economic affairs confirmed yes german weaponry could go to the u.a.e. and no rules will be broken the party behind the request strongly disagrees we talked to its palm and 3 day. who's also an m.p. the federal government violates the arms exports to the u.a.e. and the other countries participating in a war in yemen which is a violation of the political principles of the federal government for the export of war weapons and other armaments this document clearly stipulates delivery of weapons or arms components is not approved for countries involved in armed conflict or where there is a threat we contacted the federal ministry of economic affairs for clarification
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but so far haven't received a response and while there is still no clear understanding of whether germany does sell or whether it should sell its weapons to the united arab emirates the public discussion goes on and on last year angela merkel imposed an arms embargo on saudi arabia for its role in the air war this week she welcomed the u.a.e. crown prince mohammed bin zaid and praise strengthen business links with the gulf country no mention of arms exports. weapons are delivered to dubai the united arab emirates in fact there is no expert ban for weapons they're delivered to the military partners of saudi arabia people are dying anyway we need an e.u. wide expert ban germany which had different times has had various restrictions or rates arm trade with the united arab emirates over yemen claims there was no solid evidence that german made weapons were used in the conflict and therefore the country's guidelines have not failed its embargo with saudi arabia is doing for us
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and the general dropping german is our experts proves that the country that stands for peace making moves in the right direction which probably means that the massive abu dhabi berlin trade with a without weapons is said to flourish i think it's the absolute apex of the prophecy to be talking business to dictate who is at the same time shown the slaughtering civilians with bombing hospitals and diving children to death and in yemen merkel she is doing what is convenient pressure. from the united states from the. suppliers germany strong pressure you cannot deny that. a strong government would stand up to the pressure and put the interests of the german population 1st america
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doesn't do that but she's doing is she's thinking about the 15 nearly 15000000000 in trade between the united arab emirates and germany she thinking about rowing the german arms to. the u.k. is advertising watchdog has banned advertisement that reinforce gender stereotypes it argues it is bad for society. our evidence shows how harmful gender stereotypes in ads can contribute to inequality in society with costs for all of us put simply we found that some portrayals in ads can over time play a part in limiting people's potential or the new guidelines there to apply to all forms of advertising from print to online to t.v. and also radio and from now on advertisers will have to tread carefully when showing women for example doing the cleaning or men struggling with household chores but did you read back to me the back of your book now back to me sadly
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here's a theory. where we discuss the story with the feminist campaigner lyndon bellow snorts though the leader of the justice for men and boys party might be kept. we're still talking about doing something that we said would happen 2030 years ago we had the sex discrimination act since $9075.00 and there was a promise then. that men and women will be treated equally fairly and we've yet to see it i'm sorry to say this is of course just the advertising industry bowing down to radical feminism. the idea that there is some big problem here any well they will. say that linda but only 9 percent of british women suffered and defined as feminists yet feminists have huge influence over of this girl not to do it because
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all this judge gender stereotyping thing is just one of countless missed narratives lots of women who want to see equality and justice don't call themselves feminists i've got nothing to do with them isn't actually has got to do with the law mike the law has says it's 975 sex discrimination that women should be treated know this favorably than men and therefore we don't want to see stereotype visions and visions of us cleaning up after chaps from the moments that they leave school they leave full time education to retirement age women are far more likely than men to not work at all or to work part time and this is this is this is got nothing to do with this sort of you do have a sizing it's got to do with gender differences in work ethic and i refer you to dr katherine hackett in the world renowned social or just who showed in the paper but the phenomenon she called preference theory that for in 7 british men works
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answered but only one in 7 british women is i think this is not about market research is about actually role it's about the report we are projecting british society as it is and i want my son i want my grandson to be able to clean up after themselves not just to think it. a woman's job now is that you might might you might think that radical frankly this is the 21st century and that's what most of us want me to be nice if you'd nice if avatars ing stop portraying men as completes nincompoops and women as saints who you know who you know could never do anything wrong i mean the pandering to female nascar is a real you mind. the pandering to female narcissism in advertising is appalling and part of that is denigration of men but. i very much doubt you know that the
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denigration of men in advertising is going to reduce. about you had to. say so that's how things are looking don't forget they were as usual plenty of stories on our website so you can find that out. thank you ana. thank you thank you thank. you. it's not.
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