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you. will still not know. several members of russia's delegation failed to get visas to attend the un general assembly including the chairman of the foreign affairs committee a move. also coming up in another big story of the day the u.k. supreme court rules the country's prime minister broke the law by suspending parliament in a unanimous decision by 11 justices it was ruled. no legal effect and therefore the house is still technically. you have still in my dreams my childhood and. teen climate activists.
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global attention by addressing world leaders of the un but it seems everyone is into her speech. those behind her including her parents and financial back. i would have to call. child abuse seems like it has had some acting lessons seem so fake to me. one minute past 2 pm here and choose they september the 24 with a warm welcome to our to international 'd community o'neill our top story 10 members of russia's delegation failed to get visas in order to attend the united nations general assembly in new york the head of russia's foreign affairs committee who was one of those refused entry called the move in. provocation well we're.
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just know who's been following developments bring us up to speed indeed. particularly has responded to yeah you know moscow is absolutely furious because if you think about of that's a huge thing. constant this is russia's prominent politician and diploma chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the upper term for the russian parliament said he's not going to attend the u.n. general assembly that is open these days in new york because of visa issues and he wasn't actually denied american visa but what basically happened as far as we understand is that his application didn't go through and he was not to fight about that very very last moment and he failed to protect american visa on time it doesn't sound like anything criminal he can still reapply but clearly there is no time enough. so he's going to miss the discussions he were planning to participate in and the thing is that he was not the only one to put in this unpleasant
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situation we know that at least 8 other members of the russian delegations i mean they arrived this morning in moscow airports with bags with tickets to new york with plans to participate in important debates and they expected their passports with american visas to be delivered to the airports from the u.s. embassy this is normal procedure but it never happened so this isn't the alchemy aspect of this health situation is that these people were not not to fight about what's going on and they only learned about that very last moment and the u.s. side says talks about some technical problems but constantine calls the provocation . this is absolutely unprecedented situation the united states of america does not have any right to determine to decide who. to participate and who is not to participate in the general assembly so the united nations.
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provocation will be responded to by the russians say no doubt about it you can see he is very angry it's not exactly clear what measures across and was talking about what we heard from russian president spokesperson that of his call for also that there will be a response from the crowd when there is a furious reaction from the russian foreign ministry as well we know that the u.s. deputy ambassador has been summoned to the foreign ministry here in moscow over of a some pleasant situation maybe we can expect some clarification later on and we heard from the foreign ministry spokes person. i mean she described it as an example of huge disrespect from the american side let's take a listen. it's an outrageous example of disrespect by the u.s. to u.n. members as well as an example of a failure to fulfill obligation as the host country of the world are going use ation documents that we handed over for processing earlier
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a couple of months before departure were returned to us with the wording they have been handed in early. well good thing is that we hear that. russia's foreign minister who is leading the russians allegation that the un general assembly is going to address this issue at his meeting with. his secretary of state maybe there will be some explanations. they're hoping some headlines in the recent past as well delegations in new york of the u.n. not being able to attend meetings etc just difficulties are there any other cases though when when foreign delegations have problems entering the u.s. oh yeah of course you have those thoughts for the 1st time and even during the 74th session we heard from tester and the several members of the rat in delegation were north american. this is a quotation so we know that the iranian leader mr harney and the foreign minister
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mr go into a time general assembly their delegation is dramatically cut and if you are going to yeah but i mean if you think about it that's a huge thing because the u.n. general assembly is an annual event it's a huge platform different countries member states sit together it's of these global issues and before going there it's country prepares at least of questions i guess they want to raise a list of matters they want to address and if you do occasionally is cut by have i mean of course you work is a factor and your expectations a lawyer it doesn't sound fair. thank you very much for keeping us right up to date on this it is a developing story as you see a lot of meetings happening today as well if you hear any more keep us up to speed thank you very much for that. well russian deputy foreign minister sergei coffee house spoken of the problems ordinary citizens are going through all trying
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to get visas to the u.s. in. interview with r.t. with the re in fact he also the scots the obstacles most school on washington are facing in their relations you can watch it in full here it's right that. we have problems in areas that directly affect the interests of people from the main street in both places we're deprived of our consular presence as for instance the best ghost and we have long huge rows for people waiting for him to use the u.s. consular missions here this is just an example and it goes across the board from such things further to for instance limitations for normal activities of embassies in both places further award to always konami corporation you know arms control and nonproliferation we're just stuck. there busy news day today coming up staying
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in the u.n. though this time the united nations emergency climate summit teen environmental activist present simberg has been driving global attention again and she's been addressing world leaders accusing the very strongly of stealing. britain's prime minister barak johnson broke the law when he suspended parliamentary leader at this month that's what the u.k.'s highest court ruled today saying that procreation was in fact a lawful. the prime minister's advice to her majesty was unlawful void and of no effect. this means that the order in council to which it led was also unlawful void and of no effect and should be quashed the probation was also void and of no effect parliament has not been pro. again delivering a prime minister suspended parliament at the beginning of september for 5 weeks
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that would see it get up to the 14th of october the opponents said it was to prevent m.p.'s from scrutinizing his plan to exit the european union at hollowing with all without a deal earlier this month a scottish courts also ruled the move was all lawful while your court in england said the opposite that it was legal throw to shore premiership johnson has maintained he is ready to leave without a deal if necessary. try to get a deal i'm very hopeful that we will get a deal with our european friends. the 17th or 18th will thereabouts but if we have to come out on october 31st with no deal we will be ready these governments do not want to marry bricks. we will not allow them to good to give the referendum to be slowly suffocated by god i want to the point of.
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doing any that's what they want. to force us to pay for yet another point is. i would everybody to know there are circumstances in which i ask brussels to do that we're leaving on the 31st of october no gifts all bots are going to fulfill the repeated promises of parliament to the people and come out of the e.u. i looked over the 31st new ifs or buts. so let's delve further into this big news story today we're joined live on the program by former breaks of party member an m.e.p. david cooper and he was also a current advisor on breaks and issues and david what does this mean for the prime minister this ruling is that the worst possible one he could have gotten from the supreme court. well it's not good but quite frankly as many
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people have said before the supreme court is a tony blair creation. and it seems to be full of a lot of remain as the high court came to the conclusion that it was not the business of the courts to interfere in. political matters i would suggest that this was interfering in political matters and i think that's not the place of the supreme court again a tony blair creation and there are too many people wanted to make laws if judges want to make laws they should stand for the election as i did and as other people did if they want to meet loans they should be elected they're not elected you should not be creating laws you should simply make sure the prime minister obeys the law as he supposed who also reaction coming in to this news today we can listen david to to some of it together. and i invite forest johnson in the historic words to consider his position and become the shortest serving prime minister
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there's ever been. and we can't allow a prime minister that has been the subject of that extraordinary new ruling this morning to simply stay in office with impunity so there we have. before that german court in the leader of the opposition saying get your bike get i hear you're going to be out of the job soon do you think he would be pressured to resign. and the famous was of a former model who when she was in the said. you said so and so he she said well he would say that wouldn't he that those people have been trying to stall britain having its democratic right to leave the european union rules and bars is trying to make sure we do so they have been for stretching the will of the people the 17400000 who voted for bracks and they are the ones are being undemocratic they are
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the ones that have been doing their best to subvert the constitution what is built into you know what. well you can follow it again also well it's i think. otherwise i think you just bang on an un keep going. what we need is a general election to clear out all these people who have been put in there for years and years and years old these remain us and what for the european union the palmach does not represent the people we need a general election to make sure that we get the people who do represent the people and i think that's going to be coming very shortly what breaks that negotiations if parliament is recall the way heard some of the justices saying that it never actually went away that legally it was all going all this time what do you expect to happen in terms of break that. well i just boris to trying it as i think.
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you know at the end of the month 31st and i think that that's what he's going to do he'll bang on until then and. that's the best he can do we should google for a new deal grex should try and leave all the c he's going through the rigmarole of trying to get a deal with your union but you don't seem very helpful in that regard you still banging on about the completely unnecessary. irish backstop which is just being invented as a way of stopping breaks it isn't nothing to do with with he got her she called me of anything else so you know i can just. sit and ignore them and i think that that's probably what he's going to do david thanks for covering the progress short notice muna speaking to former price of party member member of european parliament david coburn. all right now a story that's been getting a lot of headlines over the last number of days environmental activists credit to
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newburgh well she's been dropping global attention this time the un's emergency climate summit the sweet address that we're leaders accusing a very strongly of a growing the problem let's take a look at what she said. you have stolen my dreams my childhood with your empty words and yet i'm one of the jocks once. people are suffering people are dying entire school systems are collapsing we are in the beginning of a mass extinction and what you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth how did you i missed when burger also gave dollar trump a longer look when they cross paths or not quite as it were she was escorted away by security personnel as the american president arrived at the un headquarters for a separate meeting on religious freedom the young activist emotional speech got
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quite the mixed reaction of. does not bother me those behind her including her parents and financial backers bother me i will have to code what is child abuse she should be in school embarrassing education rather than being indoctrinated by movers and shakers gretta from birth is so inspiring and powerful her speech of the year and was so astoundingly amazing and i know one thing differently is dumb ironically nothing about good or thornburg is organic she's an actor reading the script and playing a part she is barely cognizant of how the world functions beyond what her handlers tell her normal person looks or her and believes in what she is saying indeed the overwhelming criticism is really about those advisors the people round her that we've been hearing indeed a columnist ikea homer believes the 2 birds management team is driven by money which he claims makes it hard to believe anything she said. greater couldn't hurt
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and this was meant warse the big pressure here is a child who has got a very very good management and that is profit oriented and like every figure in the internet or wherever they live i would. believe everything he said was it's a big big. approaches and of course the profit making process so i don't really know what you wrote she says because. if you regard the facts you are more of that on the side and just stick to the facts and we have to make good propositions on how to make the world better and not just making no i don't want to stray shoes. and way from school or whatever it's all if you did a predator is not the only one making headlines on the climate change platform
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french president among all my problem has annoyed his country's climate activists by telling them to move their rallies from part to poland he tells the printer story. president my corner france has a once again called the planners to help in the fight against climate change speaking at the un climate change summit he said he understood the frustrations of the millions of schoolchildren who had been striking on fridays. for months and months now we've heard the young people speaking and i think they've identified an absolute urgency that we have to respond to here which while not corn understands their frustrations his government didn't seem too keen on this climate activists who protested in paris over the weekend with some alleging brute force was used by the police as the violence spy. out of control.
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and smut cohen has made it clear he really wants the protesters to go away well from france at least as what you really really want is for them to take their anger out on another country poland's. every friday to say that the planet is burning that's nice but that is not the problem people should go protest in poland help me move those i cannot push food who is upset that poland is refusing to commit to an e.u. target to be carbon neutral by 2050 pence walking the floor from adopting this is official policy that's not going down well in poland where the country's deputy foreign minister is accused of lecturing and it is perhaps difficult to swallow such a lecture when france itself has been accused of pulling behind on tackling the climate
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emergency france's mission emissions targets in 3 or 4 b. except as a wise person one said people who live in cos houses shouldn't throw bricks advice some may council might go on to take children out see paris. a youth organization toast with digging or descend from ation names alternative news sources are among the culprits generating millions from google ads will have that story and more after the break. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confront cation let it be an arms race in. spearing dramatic probably the only closely.
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i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. ron and this is when the bank solvent and folks are concerned about their money so they. withdraw the money so here you have $1.00 of the foundation blocks of the global derivatives market the repo market and it's being bailed out every day by $75000000000.00 a day so it's the biggest pal up per day for our it's never seen a bail up on an hourly basis this big ever in history.
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22 minutes into the program welcome back websites spreading dissin from generate millions of dollars in online advertising revenue from well known brands that's according to a new study by british organization the global dissin from ation index know the domains cited include those peddling conspiracy theories pseudo science a conservative website and r.t. our senior correspondent takes a closer look now at who is just behind the study. in simple terms everything's become automated even the ads you place online they are placed by algorithms you never know what sites will end up on and the algorithms can tell about the good websites with real and honest news and the bad websites
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with fake news and stuff the good guys don't agree with the problem is the real journalists are incensed that they aren't getting enough of your money global dissin from ation index the g.d. i estimates that a quarter $1000000000.00 is paid annually to our database of $20000.00 dissin from ation sites by ad tech companies placing adverts for many well known brands these brands include household names that many of us know already and honda american airlines and office max among others well loud sounds like a catastrophe imagine buoying being advertised on a flat earth or website or a construction company being advertised on a 911 truth as blog it's the kind of crazy websites the report means right the sites in our sample include addicting info dot com r t v dot com twitchy dot com and 0 hedge dot com. of all
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of the this information websites twitchy fairly conservative gig with are many more mistakes or fake news than c.n.n. or the new york times 0 hedge much the same and of course us where would any list be without t but enough about us that see the judges global this information index coalition governments business and civil society based on neutrality independence and transparency. independence or so who funds them a few non-profits and well there it is the ukase foreign office the one that organized journalists to attack british politicians advocated invading iraq on a false premise and constantly say to people there are decisions that to be made in
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relation to iraq at all but the reason no doubt that iraq poses a threat in respect of weapons of mass destruction and there is no doubt that this issue is an issue that should be dealt with but state funding aside the advisory panel is a wonder to an apple bomb married to a former polish foreign minister noted for his anti russian stunts she herself prominent peddler of the trump russian collusion story which was all fake in seeking russian support not only to become president but also to make money even as he launched his presidential campaign he hoped to receive a major influx of money from a proposed trump tower in moscow so an independent organization who funded by a foreign ministry the noted peddler of conspiracy theories helping to run it and to think it's these people who are angry that they don't get enough of your money
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make no mistake once they nail down an algorithm to do the censorship for them you'll never be misinformed again or well hear a different opinion. to another important story of this choose the 2 dozen countries have voiced concern of the rising number of executions curried by authorities in saudi arabia it's the 2nd time the gulf marcie has been criticized the un human rights council in geneva over the past 6 months alone according to a report compiled by the nation saudi arabia has executed 134 people so far this year 6 of them children the time of their arrest the saudis who are also on the un human rights council use different methods of execution including beheading and crucifixion however riyadh sees nothing wrong with it capital punishment remains
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common practice for certain types of crimes people can be sentenced to death for terrorism and murder source tree blasphemy they're also on the list bar less judgment whitaker from the u.k. all party parliamentary group on the abolition of the death penalty sees capital punishment is not the only rights issue either that needs attention in saudi arabia needs really. continual pressure on the people and the government from the outside and i hope from the inside too that this would be a desirable thing but i should emphasize that report is not just about the use of the death penalty it's the way in which it was used the extract of confession by torture 15 year old boy he's tortured until they confess when what they had done was to demonstrate that kind of thing is it's not just the death
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penalty it's the of torture it's the use on children. and it thinks of it for really quite trivial civil offenses. no it's been a few months to forget for a financial services giant j.p. morgan culminating in rocket tearing charges against the american firm marks and stacey bricked on the ruling and why it's so significant next in the case reported . i am max kaiser this is the kaiser report the share that goes where no other show dares go brings back the truth based on polarize it turns it into a smoothie drinks it. so you see now that's quite relevant for this episode of the show because we're going to get into the fact that 3 j.p.
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morgan bankers were arrested while we were over in europe they were arrested and charged under rico that is normally used to take down the mafia we told the world almost 10 years ago that this was the case about j.p. morgan and their precious metals manipulation as finally proven true but 1st i just want to note also that this past week just at the end of the last week we saw the fed stepping in to rescue the market 75000000000 dollars a day in free money handed to a certain group of people i.e. the same sort of bankers who can't manage their own business and they need to constantly be rescued unlike every other industry and most of the world here's a headline u.s. money market experience bank or an oversized demand for lack of available funds drove overnight repo rate to unprecedented high of 10 percent fed intervene for 1st time since global financial crisis but demand for cash is greater than fed's liquidity injection of 75000000000 and then the next day they printed another
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75000000000 so thanks for starting to look a little bit like 20072008 when weird little ruptures and ruptures in the whole financial system were starting to emerge all right well the key phrase there would be a bank run. on the money market funds yeah right so you know we know what that means i mean remember northern rock in the u.k. had a bank run that was part of the 2008 crisis or in the 1929 crash we had a bank run and this is when the bank is insolvent and folks are concerned about their money so they panic withdraw the money so here you have $1.00 of the foundation blocks of the global derivatives market the repo market and it's being bailed out every day now by $75000000000.00 a day so it's the biggest bailout per day per hour i've never seen a bailout.


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