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well bill. bill. the pentagon congratulates itself on pilling islamic. the pentagon congratulates itself on pilling islamic states leader saying the u.s. is unwavering in its commitment to tackling terrorism acts they say the u.s. is unwavering in its commitment to tackling terrorism. the united states more than any other nation in the world. the united states more than any other nation in the world possesses the power and the will to hunt to the ends of the earth possesses
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the power and the will to hunt to the ends of the earth and those who wish to bring harm upon the american people. and the british those who wish to bring harm upon the american people. and the british prime minister is the temp to get an early election is rejected by parliament the prime minister has the attempt to get an early election is rejected by parliament they you agree to extend the brakes a deadline by another be you. agree to extend the brakes a deadline by another 3 months. and hong kong is gripped by a 21st week can palm kong a script buy a 21st weekend of dubonnet unrest or look at how the proprietor it's s.s. as a driving investment a one way phone from the financial hub. it's
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a hard. job at the polo you're watching artsy in. both the hello you're watching artsy international i'm rosanna lockwood welcome to the program. to national i'm rosanna low could welcome to the program. now the u.s. defense secretary mark esper has loaded his country's military now the u.s. defense secretary mark s. but has loaded his country's military for its successful targeting of abu bakar dowdy the isolator for its successful targeting of abu bakar dowdy the isolator and world's most wanted terrorist was killed on saturday during a u.s.
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special forces raid and world's most wanted terrorist was killed on saturday during a u.s. special forces raid on a compound in syria's it province baghdad is dead on a compound in serious province. baghdad's death will not rid the world of terrorism or and the ongoing conflict in syria but if we're not rid the world of terrorism or and the ongoing conflict in syria but it will certainly send a message those who would question america's resolve and provide a warning to tell will certainly send a message to those we question america's resolve and provide a warning to terrorists who think they can hide. the united states more than any other wrists who think they can hide. the united states more than any other nation in the world possesses the power and the will to hunt to the nation in the world possesses the power and the will to hunt to the ends of the earth those who wish to
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bring harm upon the american people the ends of the earth those who wish to bring harm upon the american people this drone video filmed on monday shows the remains of the compound where this drone video filmed on monday shows the remains of the compound where abu bakar al baghdadi was in the age of lee hiding according to the u.s. president baghdad to be a backer al baghdadi was a measured lee hiding according to the us president baghdad he detonated a suicide vest during the u.s. operation killing himself and 3 if he detonated a suicide vest during the u.s. operation killing himself and 3 of his children while the raid has been touted as crucial on donald trump's to do list children while the raid has been touted as crucial on donald trump's to do list many have warned that i still a still a major threat as a ghost town of exposed many have warned that i still a still a major threat as a ghost town of explains he was terrorist number one not lanes
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he was terrorist number one now he's thrown is up for the taking a brutal killer oh he's thrown is up for the taking a brutal killer one who has caused so much hardship and death has vied one who has caused so much hardship and death. has violently been eliminated he died like a dog he died lyall italy been eliminated he died like a dog he died like a coward al baghdadi the only dog to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because since 2015 various reports procured coward. the only dog to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because since 2015 various reports proclaimed the plane dented. at 2 from time to time as the american
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the if it. did right it the russians and did it did it was bob all md kept should use and and months later peered in rare new video struggling to breathe hope into his dwindling caliph it in rare new video struggling to breathe hope into his dwindling caliphate now donald trump in his signature cocky tone has joy fate now donald trump in his signature cocky tone has joined the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for years for live in the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for years from the 1st day i came to office and there were getting close to 3 years i would say 1st day i came to office and there were getting close to 3 years i would say where's baghdadi i want al baghdadi for
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trump where's baghdadi i want al baghdadi for trump killing our bug daddy is a line he'd love to add to his presidential residence killing our bug daddy is a line he'd love to add to his presidential resume because now he's just as good as obama with his bin laden operation to me because now he's just as good as obama with his bin laden operation but. from being trump he didn't stop at just taking credit for the kill but from being trump he didn't stop it just taking credit for the kill he's taken it to a whole new level baghdadi he's taken it to a whole new level baghdadi has been on the run for many years long before i took office has been on the run for many years long before i took office. but in my direction as commander in chief of but in my direction
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as commander in chief of the united states we owe blitter raided his caliphate the united states we owe blitter aided his caliphate 100 percent in march of this year 100 percent in march of this year. it's been a year is bin laden's death al-qaeda hasn't gone anywhere it's been a year is bin laden's death al-qaeda hasn't gone anywhere but daddy was a symbol for sure the 1st caliph and how big daddy was a symbol for sure the 1st caliph and after the 1st comes the 2nd and the 3rd and the force after the 1st comes the 2nd and the 3rd and the force the alpha luigi all ramadi there's enough cities the alpha luigi
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all ramadi there's enough cities and villages in iraq for every terrorist so the terrorist king is dead in villages in iraq for every terrorist so the terrorist king is dead long live the king. well earlier you know neal was george long live the king. well earlier you know neal was joined in the studio by r.t. america senior correspondent and the boys from alex he's been looking to the studio by r.t. america senior correspondent and the boys from alex he's been looking at what's next in the fight against terror assuming that what's next in the fight against terror assuming. it is did it how significant a development is that it is did it how significant a development is that what extent will i still be weakened or they've lost the
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territory what extent will i still be weakened or they've lost the territory long ago i mean what we're dealing with for all intents and purposes are small bands of a goal i mean we're dealing with for all intents and purposes are small bands of. leftover bands of fighters their power. leftover bands of fighters there their power their true power was was broken long ago with the end of the if it's going to true power was was broken long ago with the end of the if it's confirmed then that's a big if always because he's been dead what 5 times by now is firm then that's a big if always because he's been dead what 5 times by now is would be a significant development in so far as he declared himself the colleague and would be a significant development in so far as he declared himself the colleague and this the manner of his death has been. this the manner of his death
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has been. there only the legitimizing to that particular role somebody who claims to have the mandate the really the legitimizing to that particular role somebody who claims to have the mandate of heaven such as it is and you know ending in such a fashion which i think was the purpose of heaven such as it is and you know ending in such a fashion which i think was the purpose of president trump's comments the way he phrased it one of the biggest specks of this is that president trump's comments the way he phrased it one of the biggest specs of this is that my daddy was sheltering in area under the control of hyatt to rear as shall not so of course by daddy was sheltering in area under the control of hyatt to rear as shall not so of course al qaeda affiliate which is fought against the eyes old of being numerous bottles because al qaeda affiliate which is fought against the eyes old of being numerous bottles between the 2 in the past does not tell us anything about this before they
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were between the 2 in the past does that tell us anything about this before they were enemies they were allies you when you considered the original it became my soul enemies they were allies you when you considered the original it became my soul rose from al-qaeda in iraq more most interesting to me is that groups like those from. iraq more most interesting to me is that groups like al shaab or all new surreal however they were called before were presented in the western media new surreal however they were called before were presented in the western media as these moderate rebels who are going to help the u.s. and the coalition defeat isis and talk of assad as these moderate rebels who are going to help the u.s. and the coalition defeat isis and top of a sudden you know that that bubble has completely been exploded just like finding you know that that bubble has completely been exploded just like finding bin laden in pakistan as opposed to tora bora wherever what he saw that coming in leiden in
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pakistan as opposed to tora bora wherever what he saw that coming except people who do the region same thing would be hiding in a post that people who do the region same thing would be hiding in adlib poku here right now is u.s. policy in syria it's risk and i still resurgent cohere right now is u.s. policy in syria it's risk and i still resurgence in the northeast by withdrawing troops and yet has undertaken complex. in the northeast by withdrawing troops and yet has undertaken complex anti terror raids isn't it against the high profile targets adults where as we're seeing well i'm never raids isn't it against the high profile targets adults whereas we're seeing well i'm one of those people who was skeptical of the whole risking resurgence narrative because one of those people who was skeptical of the whole risking resurgence narrative because what i saw happening was basically u.s. troops leaving and then handing over the territory to what i saw happening was
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basically u.s. troops leaving and then handing over the territory to the syrian government and sort of slicing that whole gordian 'd knot between the kurds and turkey that a syrian government and sort of slicing that whole gordian 'd knot between the kurds in turkey that was that was problematic for years there'd been a lot of anger directed double trouble over it was that was problematic for years there'd been a lot of anger directed double trouble over his. what was called his betrayal of the is. what was called his betrayal of the kurds and that wasn't very long ago hi potentially beneficial might this kurds and that wasn't very long ago high potentially beneficial might this be in the other aspect for him taking on such a high profile. being the other aspect for him taking out such a high profile target well your vast majority of americans would react to this with
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prime target well your vast majority of americans would react to this with pride and joy ok trump god baghdadi god bug isis is done for fantastic enjoy ok trump god baghdadi god bug isis is done for fantastic the media absolutely hated because this ruins their entire narrative about the media absolutely hated because this ruins their entire narrative about being a bumbling politician who's who's messing up the syria policy who's trying being a bumbling inept politician who's who's messing up the syria policy who's just needs to be impeached right away that's the narrative they've been trying to sell the american people for the past 3 years root just needs to be impeached right away that's the narrative they've been trying to sell the american people for the past 3 years as this yesterday was a terrible day for them and a really good day for trump from the standpoint years as the day yesterday was a terrible day for them and a really good day for trump from the standpoint of inter merican optics for the for the population of the country at large because it helped
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a bunch of inter merican optics for the for the population of the country at large because it helped obama didn't win and to bin laden photo that went everywhere actually and now they're saying that he didn't win and to bin laden photo that went everywhere and now they're saying that you have a sim very much the same situation analogous situation and yet the treatment is completely different have a sim very much the same situation analogous situation and yet the treatment is completely different. the british parliament has rejected. the british parliament has rejected prime minister barak's johnson's 3rd call for an early election which he wants to hold and does high minister bars johnson's 3rd call for an early election which he wants to hold in december to get his breakfast it plans through reports from westminster to get his breaks it plans through reports from westminster the british prime minister boris johnson forming short.
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the british prime minister boris johnson forming short of the 2 thirds majority in the house of parliament that he would have needed in all of the 2 thirds majority in the house of parliament that he would have needed in order to get the general election that he feels is necessary for the country to move on order to get the general election that he feels is necessary for the country to move on and get brakes it done now that 2 thirds majority is can get brakes it done now that 2 thirds majority is a condition of the fixed parliament act which would be required if there is to be additional the fixed parliament act which would be required if there is to be a general election an early one now mr johnson wants one to be held on december the general election an early one now mr johnson wants one to be held on december the 12th because he believes that there needs to be a new government and
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a new parliament in place wealth because he believes that there needs to be a new government and a new parliament in place to break the regs at that look we have a great new piece to break the regs at that look we have a great new deal we have a great new do you and it's talking to all of you we have a great you do you and it's time to all the voters have a chance to pronounce on that deal. to have a chance to pronounce on that deal. and. replace this dysfunctional parliament with a fine and. replace this dysfunctional parliament with a new parliament that can get breaks down to the country. but not everyone in the new parliament can get breaks it down to the country. but not everyone in the parliament here in london is convinced the leader of the opposition jeremy corbin
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in the parliament here in london is. convince the leader of the opposition jeremy called and repeatedly stated that he wants to see a no deal briggs's taken off the table and repeatedly stated that he wants to see a no deal briggs's taken off the table and that he simply doesn't trust the prime minister when it comes to bragg's it how that he simply doesn't trust the prime minister when it comes to bragg's it having in the parliament for 5 weeks freeze queen's speech he now being in the parliament for 5 weeks freeze queen's speech he now abandons that queen's speech. he got to steal throughout abandons that queen's speech. he got to steal through a 2nd reading then abandoned it he said that he would never do a 2nd reading then abandoned it he said that he would never ask for an extension and he said he'd rather die for an extension and he said he'd rather
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die in a ditch another broken promise. in a ditch another broken promise. he says thank you every promise this prime minister mikes he says thank you every promise this prime minister mikes he abandons the wall eyes will turn to more when the prime minister will try again abandons the walleyes will turn to more when the prime minister will try again via a one line bill motion which wouldn't require a 2 thirds majority a one line bill motion which wouldn't require 2 thirds to get to gets and election through but would it would only require a majority of one and so as far as the prime minister is concerned he has to go
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again there for a while and then so as far as the prime. this is concerned he has to go again there are some of the opposition parties who would also prefer a general election the liberal some of the opposition parties who would also prefer a general election the lib dems the scottish national party but their preferred date is december the 9th and that's the date with the scottish national party but their preferred date is december the 9th and that's the date which the labor party to feel that they could possibly get on board with and support because the labor party to feel that they could possibly get on board with and support because it would mean more university students for example going out to the polls it would mean more university students for example going out to the polls and a word for them be an advantage and also those opposition parties want the word for them be an advantage and also those opposition parties want to add amendments that would lower the voting age to perhaps 16 or 17 again because they feel amendments
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that would lower the voting age to perhaps 16 or 17 again because they feel that younger voters would vote for the over the conservatives feel that younger voters would vote for the over the conservatives. french police have found 8 afghan michael. french police have found 8 afghan migrants 4 adults and 4 children in a refrigerated truck in the northwest import of currents for adults and for children in a refrigerated truck in the northwest import of callaway to truck drivers who are romanian nationals were taken into custody on holiday to truck drivers who are romanian nationals were taken into custody on sunday and all the migrants were brought to hospital showing signs of hypothermia on sunday and all the migrants were brought to hospital showing signs of hypothermia and this follows the discovery of 39 bodies in
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a refrigerated trailer in the year and this follows the discovery of 39 bodies in a refrigerated trailer in the u.k. last wednesday the tragedy has put britain's immigration policy under a new k last wednesday the tragedy has put britain's immigration policy under renewed scrutiny. honestly stunned we must do more to conjure illegal is scrutiny honestly stunned we must do more to conjure illegal immigration i've lost count of the numbers of the drowned suffocated and frozen immigration i've lost count of the numbers of the drowned suffocated and frozen people traffickers taking advantage of open borders and soft illegal immigration laws people traffickers taking advantage of open borders and soft illegal immigration laws sickening news and partly a consequence of hostile immigration policy sickening news and partly a consequence of hostile immigration policy draconian border regimes don't stop migration they make it more dainty draconian border regimes don't stop migration
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they make it more dangerous they empower criminals smugglers and traffickers and create deadly condition us they empower criminal smugglers and traffickers and create deadly conditions for vulnerable and desperate people a former head of the you for vulnerable and desperate people a former head of the u.k. immigration advisory service says border guards have an impossible task ok immigration advisory service says border guards have an impossible task. if there is a free trade agreement there or no tariffs if there is a free trade agreement there or no tariffs on either side then of course trucks will be able to get through much as they do on either side then of course trucks will be able to get through much as they do today it's only if we have tariff barriers that there were today it's only if we have tariff barriers that there
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will either have to be checks beyond the customs control again by some fly the have to be checks beyond the customs control again by some sort of electronic means or whatever or there will have to be physical checks the board of electronic means or whatever or there will have to be physical checks at the border and the course that then is it has inherently its own danger that i meant border and the course that then is it has inherently its own danger that i mentioned earlier and that is creating massive queues and how do you create a queue shinde earlier and that is creating massive queues and how do you create a queue of a whole load of trucks or got perishable goods that are not going to be value but a whole load of trucks or got perishable goods that are not going to be valid if they're kept waiting for a day longer than their normal time but if they're kept waiting for
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a day longer than their normal time of destination. and tending to some other of destination. now turning to some other of our headline news hong kong has been gripped by a 21st weekend of street k. our headline news hong kong has been gripped by a 21st weekend of street chaos with anti beijing activists facing off against police thousands of tents with anti beijing activists facing off against police thousands attended an unauthorized rally to denounce what they see as police brutality many in the crowded an unauthorized rally to denounce what they see as police brutality many in the crowd will face masks which were recently banned in the chinese territory under an emergency law will face masks which were recently banned in the chinese territory under emergency law and the unrest has caused a shadow over the local economy which officially slipped into recession and the
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unrest has caused a shadow over the local economy which officially slipped into recession on monday a new poll has found that some companies are all considering mission on monday a new poll has found that some companies are all considering relocating from hong kong to rival financial hub singapore 23 percent relocating from hong kong to rival financial hub singapore 23 percent of international firms with an office in hong kong all apparently thinking of moving out of international firms with an office in hong kong all apparently thinking of moving out and of those firms 9 out of 10 considers singapore to be their best option and of those firms 9 out of 10 consider singapore to be their best option full quarter ways up the choice riots in hong kong have been full quarter ways up the choice. riots in hong kong have dragged on for 7 months now disrupting both businesses and the rule of law dragged on for 7
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months now disrupting both businesses and the rule of law. i. i. i. i. i. i. for investors and visitors. for investors and visitors that's enough reason to start looking to the city's southern competitor singapore that's enough
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reason to start looking to the city's southern competitor singapore hong kong's recent i'm dressed to have seen singapore star writes furtive for tourists hung const recent i'm dressed to have seen singapore star writes furtive for tourists investors and xpect the 4000000000 as an egg interesting number especially on the hunt investors and extracts the 4000000000 as an egg interesting number especially in the hong kong monetary authority earlier this week already said that the outflows have been in a chariot already earlier this week already said that the outflows have been more than the most in more than a year both cities have a lot in common on the surface they're both find more than the most in more than a year both cities have a lot in common on the surface they're both financial centers people speak english . centers people speak english.
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when it comes to attracting foreign investment. when it comes to attracting foreign investment though the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong's advantage was always its dempo the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong's advantage was always its democratic system that protected the property rights of its citizens on
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the other hand singapore craddock system that protected the property rights of its citizens on the other hand singapore could hardly be considered free the state there is not party to the un can or could hardly be considered free the state there is not party to the un convention against torture citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to extension against torture citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to express themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up a post press themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up a poster in public is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's rooster in public is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's riots are making singapore's law and order more attractive to investors especially riots are making singapore's law and order more attractive. investors especially with the future relationship between hong kong and the mainland still in limbo for billy with the future relationship between hong
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kong and the mainland still in limbo $4000000000.00 isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things but it's a drop that could become $1000000.00 isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things but it's a drop that could become a waterfall singapore's singapore's not or a waterfall singapore's singapore is not or so there are people looking to put assets here in singapore so there are people looking to put assets here in singapore some people worry that if something happens in china it could negatively affect some people worry that if something happens in china it could negatively affect hong kong people don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't have what hong kong people don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't have a neighbor they could to they could ruin it singapore doesn't have anybody who can
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tell it what to do a neighbor it could to they could ruin it singapore doesn't have anybody who can tell it what to do singapore doesn't have a neighbor who can take gases away it's not just talking kongs fine and singapore doesn't have a neighbor who can take gases away it's not just talking kong's finance sector that's taken a blow either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly since sector that's taken a blow either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering packing up and moving out to the cities competitor y. well perhaps packing up and moving out to the cities competitor why well perhaps they value security more than they do their own freedom in the future if they value security more than they do their own freedom. in the future anybody considering moving assets to asia or having
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a presence and anybody considering moving assets to asia or having a presence in asia i doubt if they will think of hong kong just because they say oh they will remember it i doubt if they will think of hong kong just because they say oh they will remember this and they will know that it could come back so while it's on call it's not going to for this and they will know that it could come back so while it's on call it's not going to fall into the sea i suspect it is future is much less a fall into the sea i suspect it is future is much less exciting and prosperous than it is past because even if exciting and prosperous and if it's past because even if nobody leaves home kong people are going to consider going to hong kong now nobody leaves home kong people aren't going to consider going to hong kong now whereas they would have 2 years ago 3 years ago. whereas they would have 2
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years ago 3 years ago. free speech is under debate in the u.s. we'll be back with details of that and other story speech is under debate in the u.s. we'll be back with details of that and other stories to this short break. to this short break. the disconnect between the vast majority of america. the disconnect between the vast majority of americans and what people see on cable news is is huge and what
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people on cable ends and what people see on cable news is is huge and what people on cable news think everyone raves about nobody in america pays any attention is think everyone should get outraged about nobody in america pays any attention to whatsoever and this is what led to traumas victory in 2016 intention to whatsoever and this is what led to traumas victory in 26 team in what setting him up for victory in 2020. what setting him up for victory in 2020. 2. we put them so long. to get accepted. we put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president.
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so when you want to be president. i want. to go to the press this is what i want. to go to the press this is what before 3 in the morning can't be good. i'm going to sleep for 3 in the morning can't be good. i'm interested in the water out. of the water out.
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welcome back now most americans are having doubts about the 1st amendment welcome back now most americans are having doubts about the 1st amendment that's the part of the u.s. constitution that protects free speech and that's according to a new poll that's the part of the u.s. constitution that protects free speech and that's according to a new poll over half of respondents agreed that the 1st amendment needs to be rewritten over half of respondents agreed that the 1st amendment needs to be rewritten to reflect the cultural norms of today over 80 percent were unsure about what those who reflect the cultural norms of today over 80 percent were unsure about what the law actually says the poll also found that almost half of americans
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think that hagel actually says the poll also found that almost half of americans think that hate speech should be made illegal as caleb maupin reports hate speech should be made illegal as caleb maupin reports. the usa boasts that it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a keep the usa boasts that it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a key pillar of the us constitution but ironically most americans now think it's a pillar of the us constitution but ironically most americans now think it's out of date and that it should be updated to meet the new cultural norms the fight out of date and that it should be updated to meet the new cultural norms the findings are frankly extraordinary our free speech rights and our free press rights endings are frankly extraordinary our free speech rights and our free press rights have evolved well over 200 years and people now seem to be rethinking of evolved well over 200
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years and people now seem to be rethinking them now some would say that it's a wild world of political correctness others would say them now some would say that it's a wild world of political correctness others would say they have a point and that hate speech should be illegal but here's the question who say they have a point and that hate speech should be illegal but here's the question who gets to decide what is considered hate speech well that's a tricky question $49.00 gets to decide what is considered hate speech well that's a tricky question 49 percent of americans say that they want facebook to make that decision but marks and percent of americans say that they want facebook to make that decision but mark zuckerberg is adamant he does not want that job more people across the spectrum corporate is adamant he does not want that job more people across the spectrum believe that achieving the political outcomes that they think
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matter is more believe that achieving the political outcomes the bay think matter is more important and every person having a voice and being heard we're going to and every person having a voice and being heard. i think that's dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't and i think that's dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind guiding and nudging what you see discretely it's algorithms that to mind guiding and nudging what you see discretely it's algorithms determine what shows up on your news feed be it funny comments from friends or means based on what shows up on your news feed be it funny comments from friends or means facebook even has its own version of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that discuss book even has its own version of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that decides what accounts get shut down but nobody ever elected
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mark zuckerberg is what accounts get shut down but nobody ever elected mark zuckerberg his board is not appointed by elected officials are we really comfortable having this board is not appointed by elected officials are we really comfortable having a corporation decide who gets heard and who gets shut down we decided to ask the corporation decide who gets heard and who gets shut down we decided to ask new yorkers do you approve of the government regulating content ruing continental yorkers do you approve of the government regulating content ruing consonantal of course is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so of course is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so no matter what about facebook if it's harmful if they tape both no matter what about facebook if it's harmful if a tape full speech that should be regulated and i don't either just keep going
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against those freedom of speech that should be regulated and i don't either just keep going against those freedom of speech they follow the same laws that we do so we'll make so many more powerful are you concerned about tech sensors each they follow the same laws that we do so we'll make so many more powerful are you concerned about text. censorship and tech companies perhaps having a political agenda yes absolutely i'm sorry from country ship and tech companies perhaps having a political agenda yes absolutely i'm sorry if i'm contradicting myself but yeah absolutely i'm concerned about that if it's a government or a private company acting myself but yeah absolutely i'm concerned about that if it's a government or a private company free speech is free speech the increasing power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply can free speech is free speech the increasing power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply concerning to many americans on all different sides of the political spectrum it would happen surname to many americans on all different sides of the political spectrum it would happen r.t. new york. meanwhile while many americans would rather r.t.
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new york. meanwhile while many americans would rather have facebook than the government decide what counts as hate speech some media out have facebook than the government decide what counts as hate speech some media outlets are questioning the platforms judgment they've slammed the tech giant for including brought to questioning the platforms judgment they've slammed the tech giant for including breitbart news on its list of trusted sources after rolled out a news tab in the u.s. news on its list of trusted sources after rolled out a news tab in the u.s. among the outlets expressing disappointment on c.n.n. the washington post and the new york's among the outlets expressing disappointment on c.n.n. the washington post and the new york times they call breitbart a far right platform that spreads dissin from ation times they call breitbart a far right platform that spreads dissin from ation facebook c.e.o. mark zuckerberg explained the decision to include it. facebook c.e.o.
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mark zuckerberg explained the decision to include it. i do think that part of having this be a trusted source is that i do think that part of having this be a trusted source is that it needs to have a diversity of. of basically that it needs to have a diversity of. of basically views of there. so. i think you want to have you want to tap into that. kind of represents different perspectives but is doing so in in a way that complies with the standards that kind of represents different perspectives but is doing so in in a way that complies with the standards that we that we have for this but it does seem that those outlets concerned by facebook's to see that we that we have for this that it does seem that there is outlets concerned why they split decision to include but bought news as a reliable source appears to have forgotten that one question to include news as
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a reliable source appears to have forgotten that their own coverage has at times misled. coverage has at times misled.
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i don't see anything wrong with the idea of scrutiny and i think it it might be a good idea. i don't see anything wrong with the idea of scrutiny and i think it it might be a good idea to have. you know these kids like. to have. you
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know these kids like they. look at what they're publishing and whether it's truthful but it should look at what they're publishing and. whether it's truthful but it should be done not for political reasons but for factual be done not for political reasons but for factual and truth reasons and when there are opinions that should be clearly labeled full and truth reasons and when there are opinions it should be clearly labeled that it's an opinion so people don't get confused that they're hearing facts i haven't seen it it's an opinion so people don't get confused that they're hearing facts i haven't seen any evidence that facebook is getting these things within any evidence that facebook is getting these things with you know a team of editors and you know think if they're going to call them trust you know
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a team of editors and you know if they if they're going to call them trusted sources they should all be subject to the same standard of checking and the things that sources they should all be subject to the same standard of checking and the thing is that these trusted sources that we're supposed to believe in like the new york times is that these trusted sources that we're supposed to believe in like the new york times or the washington post are not doing that themselves so and i just sort of the washington post are not doing that themselves so and i just cannot see facebook throwing the times off because of their cannot see facebook throwing the times off because of their biased presentation of new sturgess that that c.e.o. up to biased presentation of new sturgess that that c.e.o. update on l.t. international i'll be back with more needs from around the world in around the us
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from a tehran altie international i'll be back with more needs from around the world in around a minute's time see then. and it's time to see that. you know world big partisan movies a lot. you know world of big partisan movies a lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to
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tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the speech of it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for washing clothes in the middle for the troops the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. watching the hawks. pictish with some burst if so not on what was an answer to linger some of these it's inconsistent cooked additional note of what was and etc to linger some of these it's inconsistent moods usual thing it's not the. police doing that. you're looking it's not the.
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police do it it's. simple yes so we did. see him do you see when you if you. look at with a showing of the brand new chip scully sneezing if you don't know show person. look at with a showing at the brentwood chip is going to win the chit. do you think it will show the movie you have now is to win a chance to do you think it will show the movie you have to see. so you can vote on a ship in. the state senate. vote of shipping. you up and most of those who booked it to work at the post and you will still be up and most of those in the book hit the roof of the bus and you will have still missing notes i don't know what the move. you know i don't know what the
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move. was the latest news in the us. was the latest news in the put us. at arsenal poison all right so you have put this was going to stop us no worries and all right so you have put this list of those to move. us or students are in the store oh yeah the social to do so. mr students are in the store oh yeah the social. join me every thursday on the alex simon show and i'll be sweet. join me every. time i'm sure and i'll be speaking to. i'm sure.
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i'm sure. i'll see you then.
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designer he. designed. the. zoom. zoom. zoom. i'm sure. there's a small fortune in that into your. small. fortune
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but the op might be a lot about it. more than a. fortune for the op might be a lot about it. more than any of suspect that she would. actually.
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come across talk or all things are considered i'm peter lavelle no justice rehabilitate his tragic stock or all things are considered i'm peter lavelle no justice maria. tragic and senseless legal experience in the u.s. and more on syria how many more time in senseless legal experience in the u.s.
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and more on syria how many more times will triumph flip flop is this american president remotely in control of his times will triumph flip flop is this american president remotely in control of his own foreign policy. own foreign policy. cross talking some real news i'm joined by my guest here in moscow exam he is the cross talking some real news i'm joined by my guest here in moscow he is the founder of the center of the center of political political strategic and economic poll. because when you look at acropolis it was marcus papadopoulos he is the editor of politics for a magazine or i should have had me come across the fact that that means you can you
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can jump in anytime you want and i always always appreciate appreciate it mark marcus let me let me go to you 1st for standin in london and i am exasperated again ok how many more times is this american president going to flip exasperated again ok how many more times is this american president going to flip flop on syria because the charge being made that. flop on syria because the charge being made that. ordered to have american troops withdrawn a number of times now. ordered to have american troops withdrawn a number of times now because it will make america look weak while he looks weak by being so because it will make america look weak while he looks weak by being so indecisive i mean the united states in its policy toward syria is turning into the lot and decisive i mean the united states and its policy toward syria is turning
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into the laughing stock in the region and around the world your thoughts my friend . thing stock in the region in and around the world your thoughts my friend. peter peter i start with of the premise that what was lost the you must serve the community of lowell and kings governments the sheets your debts it if the of attempts in save the earth or of all products are protested since a since that sort of and for an assertive it presents a set and the syrian government's big government was concerned never washington none has ever had it hit here and since shattered geography in place through its state in its objective mainly due to the place through its state in its objective mainly due to the conflict between the agencies in washington so it's an a specific cliff it clearly the state department the pence again and the cia sir
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peter if my premise arlen's the pence again and the cia sir peter if my premise is correct then i think it's also all to argue that the america is correct then i think it's also all to argue that the americans because there has been defeated the american civilians because there has been defeated the americans today do not have a coherent strategy for we've joran some say they do not have a coherent strategy for we've jorian from syria once again in large measure due to agencies in washington syria once again in large measure due to agencies in washington.

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