the. u.s. presidential hopeful fails to make it through to the next round of democratic debates despite becoming the most searched kind of it online she's now questioning the d.n.c. selection process. the frenchman vows to appeal after losing his battle to protect people in this village from home for pesticides we get reaction from locals. i think the government isn't doing its job they're the 1st to say that there should be no path to site but they do nothing we bridge the in the past the sights we did during tests and the amount of pesticides we found was alarmingly high. and a group of military experts is pushing the pentagon to come clean over the number of u.s. overseas bases they claim the current figures are being hugely understated. we are surprised sometimes when young men and women are killed in places and no one even
knew that we had a military installation there. hello you're watching the national i'm rosana loquitur thank you for joining us. one of the democratic presidential hopefuls most known for her hard antiwar stance is now in a spot with the democratic national committee she's accusing the d.n.c. of bias she failed to qualify for the next round of televised debates began to garner attention after her performance in the 1st 2 events she was the most searched for candidate on google following the 2nd debate in late july but this time around the democratic national committee says she didn't hit the threshold required something has called into question saying the process lacks transparency. the whole process really lacks transparency. people deserve having that
transparency because ultimately it's the people who will decide who our democratic nominee will be and alternately who our next president commander in chief will be and when you see that lack of transparency it creates you know a lack of faith and trust in the process it's primetime television if you want to be anybody in the democratic party you better make sure you get on the stage at the presidential debates so what do you need to do to make it 2 things 1st get over 130000 unique donations to get at least 2 percent in a national poll but here's where it gets tricky not every poll is the same and if the democratic national committee doesn't like you they can reject the poll results that show things in your favor now tulsa gabbert has met the donations threshold he's got over 2 percent 126 different national polls however the democratic national committee says that doesn't count they have their certified list sure it's important of that information it's being provided but let's take
a quick look at some of the polls that were rejected politico the economist reuters if these widely respected outlets and news agencies aren't credible in america then who is polling in the united states there is a. network of close associates and friends and they frown upon those polls that are either new or are now members of the club or the association so i would certainly speculate that has something to do with that it is a partisan organization the democratic national committee so any poll say that may have a tradition of leaning republican or not considered to be in the mainstream of democratic artists and ship you know would be would be ruled out even the polls deemed credible. the democratic party have a margin of error of between 2 and 6 percent and when the criteria for being in the
debates is only 2 percent a margin of error like that is a pretty big deal so tulsa gabbert could have between 0 and 7 percent support among american voters now keep in mind there are over 200000000 people who are registered to vote in the united states of america so what's the difference between 0 and $14000000.00 well whatever it is it is apparently not important to the democratic national committee there is a margin of sampling error so if the margin of error is plus or minus 4 percent what is 2 percent in the polls if if it's 1.51 percent that the candidate has then does get rounded up to 2 percent whereas the 1.44 percent which is meaningless one could argue the democratic national committee is a private organization we can establish our own rules but then they also have to be open to the charges by somebody else again but who says this doesn't smell
like it's fair and frankly i agree with the right of people skills that are now the d.n.c. doesn't exactly have a reputation for impartiality and fairness leaked e-mails in 2016 show that the democratic party leaders were working pretty hard to defeat bernie sanders and make sure that it was hillary clinton who ultimately took on donald trump now after the outrage in 2016 the new democratic party chair tom perez promised to empower grassroots activists i am more committed than ever before to restoring votes is faith in the democratic process because even the perception of impartiality unfair advantage undermines our ability to win that is unacceptable to that end the new d.n.c. under my leadership is committed to the tosk of making sure that all 2020 nominating process will be unquestionably fair and. transparent so as the list of candidates gets whittled down to one final nominee voters will have to decide as to whether mr
pereira's is living up to his promise. r.t. new york. meanwhile another democratic 2020 presidential hopeful bernie sanders has come under fire for a remark about china the u.s. senator praised beijing's efforts to reduce poverty prompting condemnation from politicians and the media as artie's more against the of explains. it's the strangest thing there is bernie sanders one of the leading democratic candidates for the nomination and that of the blue the goose that does something that new god fearing american should ever do said something almost complimentary about china. is a country that is moving unfortunately in a war with libertarian where you have them directions but what we have to say about china in fairness to china and its leadership is if i'm not mistaken they have made
more progress in addressing the extreme poverty. than any country in the history of civilization bad bernie good thing there are patriotic journalists free media and honest politicians to remind me that it's not nice to say nice things about china it was seen as bernie basically praising the chinese communist party you know which is probably killed more than any other regime on earth do you think this will be a problem for him going into the general election i think. this again it was a wild way to answer that question well the chinese socialists killed millions of poor people so there's that dead people are poor just dead they call that the great leap forward and after that they used a tool that bernie despises capitalism i wish there was a visual metaphor for bernie's argument. i just have to keep watching i don't know why just to bring everyone up to speed what bernie meant
is near enough 40 years ago about 9 out of every 10 people in china lived in poverty 9 out of 10 today 2009 seed it's one in 100 people one person in every 100 that's below the poverty line that it's. sounding yes the great news for a 1000000000 people yeah but it's china if we lived in a fair world that send them a congratulation note and flowers don't china does something bad to raise hell about it does something good very well ignore it oh in russia don't forget brought here if they want to join us are knocking out isis that is just fine as far as i'm concerned worked together to beat
a monstrous group that's killed untold thousands and so on terror worldwide work together not a few are god fearing american donald trump believes that russia is our great ally against isis in syria but what russia is doing in syria is setting up missiles that only shoot down planes which isis does not have i think it's incredibly naive to think that vladimir putin would do anything in the us press interest and then he may run among us presidents forgetting things like when jimmy carter praised yes praised hugo chavez well no he didn't really praise him but just to clue we came to know a man who expressed a vision to bring profound changes to his country to benefit is specially those people who had felt neglected and marginalized and once again in the free media and patriots had to remind mr carter that chavez is bad and venezuela
together with china and russia iran may be a little north korea definitely geez bernie better grab a pen them and more than a baddies and even if they do what america does you can't compare the 2 because you actually can't compare them it's entirely possible and even reasonable but because just don't. sound out when asked by a journalist about president vladimir putin being a killer do a lot of killers go out and kill as well you think our country is so innocent roland well it's technically your right but it's not what america wants to hear one patriotic american put it and no i don't think there's any equivalent i do think america is exceptional america is different i think there's a clear distinction here and when you're exceptional you don't have to make sense you are just special you do bernie and be quite so nice here.
a french mayor has lost his fight to protect people in his village from pesticides although he banned they use a court overruled him and he's now appealing that decision for his case has inspired other mayors across france to take similar action and charlotte events reports. this tiny breton village of language has found itself at the center of controversy in the battle over the pesticides in may the local mag to court some saw as being a bold decision to ban the use of pesticides within $150.00 metre cordon over the village farming unions were furious on the matter and did up in court now the man daniel coeff had his ban overturned but the debacle is now shining a light on the deep political contradictions so rounding pesticides in france well president might call and praised his intentions for tackling phosphates
a burning issue over health concerns he said the solution was not to issue a decree that doesn't comply with the law so macko if that's a double standard. i don't understand what is happening in my craw and the ecology minister said that i am right and doing a good thing to protect my people but in the meantime i'm facing court for a decision to keep pesticides at a distance of 150 metres i don't understand politics now it seems the decision by the court to take his ban all pesticides was illegal has also earned good residence in this usually sleepy village. 2 children wit lots of fields around long where and it's important health matter for us especially for children we breed the in the press the sites we did during testing the amount of best the sites we found was alarmingly high even though we eat organic and we
grow some of our own food that is also organic. i think the government isn't doing its job and they're the 1st to say that there should be no past decides they did nothing and it was in the genes or q porsche's we were in a small village that is close to a farming area we need to protect people we never know what kind of health issues could be created by pay. so i think the decision by the mayor was intelligent and he needed to make a decision to protect the people but now he has difficulties with the justice system the world health organization has said phosphate often used to weed killer probably causes cancer while gov phosphate has hit the headlines over health concerns much corn had promised to ban the use of phosphate by 2021 that provoked an outcry by farmers in unions who said they needed an alternative mark and then pushed the ban back to the following year when the current license will
expire now across france the ban imposed by mcewan has gained traction he may have lost the 1st battling court but now around 20 other mess have followed his lead banning the use of pesticides close to homes of farmers furious and decry these bans as being politically motivated saying they are getting on the environmental bandwagon ahead of my oral elections. mayors are already thinking of the next election environmentalist's a regular havoc on our agriculture in our only factories floundering unless these mayors are outstanding scientists they are taking advantage of people's fear to make this kind of decision which is good for their images protectors of the environment and the population but it seems the government has been backed into a corner there must be a minimum distance between residential areas and best decided sprain i will advise
in the coming days forming unions and the companies that produce pesticides are sure to have something to say about that but so too does make us who believe that these things all the only way to protect people who live in their farms which use pesticides otherwise he says their health is screwed schalit even ski for altie lang go it in pretty. donald trump has announced plans to slash by half the number of american troops stationed in afghanistan with further withdrawals dependent on the outcome of peace talks with the taliban we're going down to 8600 and then we make a determination from there as to what happens we'll make a determination but we're going down to 8600 we're bringing it down we have a very well controlled after nearly 18 years of war there are currently around $14000.00 u.s.
troops in afghanistan even if half an hour pulled out it's unclear when the u.s. will fully withdraw and remains vague how the situation will change in the region back in 2017 there were 8400 soldiers stationed in afghanistan and that number has since almost doubled and that's despite longstanding plans to withdraw all troops from the country. starting next month we will be able to remove $10000.00 of our troops from afghanistan by the end of this year and we will bring home a total of $33000.00 troops by next summer fully recovering the surge i announced at west point after this initial reduction our troops will continue coming home at a steady pace by 2014 this process of transition will be complete and the afghan people will be responsible for their own security. middle east expert at the risk thinks the complete withdrawal of u.s. troops from afghanistan cannot be expected any time soon. trump is being subject to
some significant pressures within america pressures from the deep state there are close allies to trump in the republican party who have voiced objection to any complete withdraw i refer here to lindsey graham of the well known republican senator who was also closely allied with trumpet lindsey graham has been very vocal in saying that deal with should not completely withdraw in fact he had an article in new york times with the former a year where survives chief of staff jack keane in that article graham and mccain said that the withdrawal shouldn't be a withdrawal which is all which meets the conditions of the taliban and shouldn't be there for. a process which only satisfy the demands of the polly byrne but should satisfy the demands of america or meet the american conditions so we do have these well known figures within the united states who have clearly object to our
complete with drew have been very vocal in that and it appears that board trump has succumbed to those pressures. a group of military experts is calling on congress to force the disclosure of the number of us overseas bases in that set they describe the information currently provided by the pentagon as limited and frequently incomplete. the pentagon's annual a base structure report provides some information about the number and size of base sites overseas however it fails to report on dozens of well known installations in countries worldwide and frequently provides incomplete or inaccurate data many suspect the pentagon does not know the true number of installations abroad. my colleague jacqueline vegas spoke here in the studio 2 retired u.s. army colonel a signatory of that letter and write she thinks u.s. citizens should know whether military is. so we're seeing this letter requiring asking the pentagon to be more transparent about its u.s.
overseas bases why did you choose to sign that leathered well i'm a u.s. army colonel i spent 29 years in the us military and i think it's very important that american citizens know how many bases we have where they are and how much it costs to run them most americans don't realize we have over 800 bases now and that we have new bases that are being established particularly in africa do you think that this is a problem that's specific to the u.s. do you think other countries are more transparent about the amount of bases they have well there are very few countries have bases outside their own countries i mean the u.k. has the french have some russia has a few many china has a few not many but it's primarily the united states overwhelmingly has the overseas bases or bases in other people's countries in that letter it says that there are
some $800.00 insolation throughout the world and those roughly cost u.s. taxpayers about $20000000000.00 per year but you're implying in this letter that that's not an accurate number how much bigger do you think is the actual amount of money that is used from u.s. taxpayers well we think it may be double that up to $15000000000.00 that are being spent by the u.s. government to. equip train have military operations for. men and women in our military and also department of defense affiliates that are assigned to these bases you know we have large numbers of bases still in germany and japan and south korea but most people don't realize that we now have some in eastern europe right on the border of russia and in fact the military exercises that the united states has been having both in eastern europe and in scandinavia is one of the concerns that we who signed that letter. half do you think that disclosing such information as the number of military entities abroad will enhance
u.s. national security or could it be a risk is that why it's not necessarily about transparent well that's probably what the pentagon will be saying but we would say as citizens we need to know where our military is we are surprised sometimes when young men and women are killed in places and no one even knew that we had a military installation there officials say some $800.00 u.s. installations are located in up to $800.00 countries around the world but the signatories of the letters say the number could be hugely understated they insist a special report should be included in the 2020 national defense authorization act it's meant to increase transparency and avoid excessive military spending. and we spoke to best because it journalist david swanson he thinks it's normal for taxpayers to want to know where their money go. the u.s. does something very strange because it both brags about its reach and its extent of its dominance of the world and tries to hide it and cover it up as so if you watch
a sports event on t.v. in the united states they thank the troops for watching for 175 countries and there's lots of celebration of that but if you ask in washington d.c. exactly where are the bases and what are they costing and what purpose are they there for it's very hard to get answers if this is not a radical claim or a proposal that the u.s. public ought to know where it's paying for what and how much it's you know what the purpose of those things is if you're going to wage all these wars and extend all these bases in the name of democracy why not have a little bit of democracy around the issue. yemen's a civil war is turning ever more fractured and strained the country's government has accused its ally the united arab emirates of bombing its troops the u.a.e. denies the claims saying its move was in self-defense against an alleged attack they've committed themselves to injustice aggression and using armed forces against
the yemeni people in the southern governor raids using the u.e.s. military arsenal in order to divide our country i call on riyadh to intervene to stop these boycotts and intrusion the recent aggravation in offensives against the arab coalition forces and civilians poses a menacing threat to the security of the coalition the country is currently split between the 2 thieves who oppose the government and the believe to be backed by iran and governmental and coalition forces at the same time abu dhabi supports and trained south and separatists who previously for tickets who through rebels in the north and now the separatists that want southern yemen to become an independent state that's countering the in many government all these confrontations come amid one of the world's biggest humanitarian crises. oh.
have been solid allies and this yemen war for the last 5 years so when they actually split after that a united arab emirate this side did to pull some or most of its troops from yemen this means that the collapse of this correlation between the 2 partners and this war and the most they do is think also there are not actually separated but there are fighting each other there is a war by brock's sea between united arab emirates and saudi arabia and aden and particularly and nobody anticipated this kind of the developments so if it does continue i believe that both these images of the north will be the main winner and this case and this could be that near the end of that yemen war. well
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france or the protests in hong kong they're all connected all these protests are connected they're all connected to rebellion against fear of money and banks are all global instructions bankers. 3. thank. you i'm going to jack you did not get the comedy show where americans in america covering american news are still called foreign agents. well folks since almost there it's almost time the recession everyone has warned us about is just nearly ready to sit on our face. and i know 7 you're thinking how could we have a recession when when when when our president has been all glowing beacon of stability and. 7 since the moment he got into office you know you would think when wall
street investors wake up every morning and see a failed game show host calling some other world leaders you would think. they would feel our economy sure footed as a mountain goat. but no for some odd reason people are concerned the dow jones has been incredibly volatile losing over a 1000 points over the past month and in fact plunging 800 points in a single day on top of that insiders are selling stock like it's 2007 again you know what happened after 2007. 2008 all right in 2000 a stock for everyone because it was a global financial crisis in which we gave trillions of dollars to add audiology everything already had us and we were like here's a little left over. and then of course there's a big indicator of the recession that every media outlet has been talking about if
you turn on anything that we talk about the famed inverted yield curve apparently the inverted yield curve only happens before recession hit and it is happening right now and i'm sure you're wondering what in god's name is an inverted yield curve well it's when the bond yields. they usually. you see above. normal ok ok goodbye go back to the interest rate of a bond. i don't. know it's big and gave me the recession is coming ok can you ever spend the other day i learned something about kanye west in the inverted yield curve tough all fell out. now because donald trump knows that a recession means he won't get reelected he's been running around saying everything is fine unemployment is the lowest it's ever been
a song 1st of all when people are excited unemployment is low that means they're excited the wage slavery of your average american is humming along nicely and really really let's get out a bucket of confetti and celebrate and then let's pay somebody $3.00 an hour to clean it all up on their hands and knees. but beyond that many of the jobs trump is excited about crappy nonsense jobs making $4.00 an hour to scrub yoga mats or whatever some. some 1st world job that we created just so people could go i got a job and you're like what do you do bleach for a living or whatever. but here is the most important point if you ignore that there are crappy jobs and that many people have stopped working altogether so i'm looking for work altogether which doesn't get counted in the numbers and that half my friends.