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dozens of world leaders arriving in these very city of jerusalem remember the holocaust in what will be a political event this collaboration of the tragedy coincides with the 75th anniversary of the red army liberating auschwitz the infamous nazi death camp. me i will never forget it every morning i look at my hands and see. i have the number here and i see it every day that time enough for. despite the emirates events in israel being aimed at united nations in the face of tragedy the leader of poland will not be in attendance off to a dispute with russia some holocaust a small rooms are worried about the past being politicized. certain aspects of
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history of jordan other aspects of history are highlighted or even invented to a degree in order to achieve certain political goals when history becomes politics when it becomes dangerous. from china to europe washington is on the brink of a global trade war with the e.u. threatening to impose digital tax on us tax. now has its trade in his sights for sanctions. and finally would winning journalist glenn greenwald is charged with cyber crimes in brazil off the reporting on a high profile corruption scandal media and human rights activists are calling his case a blatant violation of press freedoms. is going to 7 am here in moscow thanks for joining us saucy international and daniel.
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well dozens of leaders are gathering in jerusalem for the city's largest ever political event so commemorate the holocaust bring attention to a rising wave of the seventies and it's time to mark the 75th anniversary of soviet forces liberating that infamous lot see death camp. my dear family i'm writing this letter before my death i don't know exactly when me and my relatives are going to die just because we're jews i'm in a concentration camp before all of us will be shot in a shelter thursday 4 am 16942 very well to you all. the other thing i wanted to tell you was that i had several jobs in birkenau in
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auschwitz one of the jobs was clearing the ashes from where they bug juice through a tunnel into a small river. and i worked there together with another guy who was already old he was 32 and i was 16. i didn't know what these ashes were. one day when i saw it in daylight i asked. what is the job we're doing so he told me what it was. not me. blushing. i've never forget it every morning i look at my hands and see well i have the number here and i see it every day at a time in. love
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to also fall asleep introduce him for us so we understand how to approach and just arrived in israel paula what subtle how the holocaust for today. well i'm here at the israeli president we've been revealing that residence in just over an hour with the israeli president will be meeting with the russian president vladimir putin and this comes as israel hosts its not just international forum there are some 45 international heads of states and world leaders here among them who to me french president of the american vice president mike pence and also the british prince charles however the event has been somewhat modified by a major rift between russia and poland the polish prime minister has accused russia of trying to rewrite history he says of russia was not a liberator but rather a facilitator of nazi germany in addition to conducting her own crimes both before and off to auschwitz the truth however is that russia liberated poland and the
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russian foreign minister foreign ministry has responded by saying that this these comments from the polish prime minister are a blatant distortion of history that it is a criminal attempt to rewrite the history of world war 2 and the polish poets politicians when talking about the 2nd world war are increasingly using lies and manipulation and that they've ignored evidence that has risen of dozens of eyewitness accounts and documents it was the raid army that liberated auschwitz and as you well know some 1300000 people died in that day of camp more than 90 percent of them were jews the polish president has refused to come to today's commemoration because he was not given a slot at way to talk and in its defense the holocaust memorial said that they offered him to talk at another event but he has simply refused to come the israeli president has said that the whole issue of history should really be lift. to
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historic over searches politicians and solve should be focused on the future we have heard from the israeli foreign minister who has thanked the raid on me for liberating auschwitz. i want to personally thank you for the fact that the red army freed auschwitz and helped in the victory over the nazis. now there are statistics that an increasing number of young people actually have never heard of auschwitz don't know what the holocaust was and increasingly actually don't even know what happened during the 2nd world war there is a group of youngsters here in israel who are doing the best they can to change that . from the ashes of the auschwitz concentration camp emerged to woods never again. through the generations as a warning in a few days when a cause for members day will be commemorated around the world the tragedy of $6000000.00 jews who were tortured gassed and burnt in concentration camps will be
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remembered but for how much longer according to recent reports as many as 66 percent of millennial cannot identify auschwitz and almost hoffa cannot even name one concentration camp some don't even know what the holocaust was there's be multiple cases of people disrespecting concentration camps with a sophie's something that's all people named and shamed by the controversial your low cost project increasing needs falling on the younger generation to make sure the atrocities of the holocaust are not forgotten now carries over its whose grandfather was a survivor outraged by recent studies showing the ignorance of 1000000 meals he set up a project called humans of the holocaust what i'm trying to do this project is actually you know to go for and to better educate people about what happened in the holocaust and i'm trying to do it in a different angle trying to because we're speaking about me larry was you know today you have twitter and you have instagram and you have to talk and you have so much information flow and you have to get the attention of the other generation.
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humans of the holocaust is a project that tells the stories of survivors and the children who speak about the years in camps and how they lived with this experience off towards some young people have come up with unusual ways of remembering the biliteral my grandfather was. a hero for me he was a very very big part in my life from when i was a baby i asked him before i did that he asked why why young girl like you want to do a number of holocaust in your head and i thought him. i want to keep the story. to tell my kids to tell my grandkids than they could know which ones to expand his project with more human stories so the would remember and never forget i would you for example there is a holocaust survivor named google like you know he told me that the only thing that actually kept him going while he was in the holocaust was
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a sense of humor and he suggested that we will take a speech or holding your boom in the shape of the you will badge the jews were forced to put on their sleeves during the holocaust and in the beginning i wasn't sure that this is exactly the picture that i want to portray you know in this exhibition but when we took the picture and when he actually you know to be able to me actually embrace and he was so happy he had the this huge smile these face and you know everything connected because his message is that is no matter what is happening actually in your life if you will to use your sense of humor you will find the resilience to actually you know to keep forward i'm sure wing stories that people will be able to actually to relate to and my hope is that you know the people you know whether they will see that exhibition they will do their own research and it will try to figure out why the holocaust happened and what are the lessons that we're all supposed to learn from you know from for from history never
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again i'm running dying wish only time will tell. and we talked about the issue of politicizing the past for the senior holocaust historian for the organization and behind the remembrance for him explain why it's important to avoid distorting facts you can watch that interview with david silva in full it will be on air throughout the day here is a quick preview in the meantime. in terms of holocaust memory sometimes falling into. politics where what's important is marshalling facts to support a certain ideology or political position and therefore the facts are marshalled very very selectively and other facts are very carefully ignored that's going on that has always been around it's happening i would say. increasingly in certain places and i think part of what we try to avoid here at the shen we try to avoid that we try to deal with the subject itself and what actually happened and who is involved in what ways and what do they do and and how do we teach it there's
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no doubt that the red army liberated auschwitz and that's and that's historical fact and you know there are several 1000 prisoners in auschwitz the overwhelming majority of them who were there on the day of liberation were jews as in general at auschwitz what had happened and had the red army come a few days later they might have died of cold and of disease and the red army came in and started to treat them are you concerned that the memory of the 2nd world war in the holocaust will be revised to the point that future generations actually won't know what happened futures are actions already don't know what happened in many places young people young adults not not children don't even know what the holocaust was on that happened and i think we need to remind people of that or else we risk increase the risk of terrible things like this happening again you know after all of the holocaust happened it can happen again and doesn't have to be
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germans and jews next time. opening another front in the global trade war washington's targeting a longtime ally in europe that's off the reading threats this lot of silence all to trade at the world economic forum in switzerland that came in response to the e.u.'s move to impose a digital tax on u.s. tech giants and he's shot at doing the reports from paris. not being. beethoven for the idea is give a little here get a lot there for global companies it's often a direct line to the heart of power for generations boozy lunches were once the fashion but now it seems did still giants more interested in offering up a cup of joe as it plans to introduce a digital tax take for it seems the big 4 that google amazon facebook and apple are trying their best cozy up to process. i don't think it's a good idea to talk about politics or policy with a glass of wine in your hand and excellent food offered by a person who has clear interests to represent and then there is
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a little less transparent lobby because there are members of industry associations well they have consultants working for them so you talk to people and you don't realize if they are representing the interests of google or facebook or silicon valley because the names are different these lobbyists seem to have some very deep pockets according to transparency international in 2019 google spent some 8000000 euros trying to get into brussels good graces while the lobbying budgets of the big 4 have skyrocketed since 2014 so why is this new digital tax regime causing them such a headache well until recently most digital giants pay their tax bill in the country where they're registered but as they've grown questions are being asked as to why they were paying tax income derived in individual countries their fronts led the charge by imposing the so-called tax causing the trumpet ministration to go
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into a tailspin. but the american companies are one of the british version of. she's going to be. gone and trump say they are still talking things through possibly over a free cup of fame. spoke other countries in europe are now gearing up to take a slice of the profits point even the brits you know longer agree with the e.u. on anything on the same page plan to go ahead with article services tax in april italy says it to you is gearing up for a digital tax leaving the us to throw more threats of tariffs as if they're like a buy one get one free offer we've been pretty clear that we think that the digital discriminatory in nature but it seems with a new terror threat so almost a weekly basis from the trumpet ministration the french are boyd by the idea of
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safety in numbers what will they do tomorrow go off to austria and spain italy the united kingdom all the other countries across the globe that will implement digital tax we're going to order global trade which is in nobody's interest and the result is not worth the effort it's taken them a while but it does appear that all e.u. countries are now on the same page all in agreement that they should be taxing digital giants which means if no agreement is made globally in the next few months starting with talks in paris next week the u.s. and e.u. the old allies could find themselves going head to head. paris. economics professor steve keen believes america's push for its own national interests is having a detrimental effect on everyone else. since trump is in charge he'll do whatever he sees as being a win situation for american
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a loss for the rest of the world i think of the cost of the because these companies are mainly american and he's going to impose taxes on them and they'll continue without adding this axis and he could easily threaten to cut access to the guts of the countries if they are the companies such as they are if there are quantify taxes in national jurisdictions like europe he would probably think they have to pay taxes in america from coming in globally and of course that undermines the whole idea of having national succession systems. brought between the world's richest man on the saudi crown prince says gold you've got a lot sex but some bold some although new stories still ahead this hour. you know world of big partisan movies lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up
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to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need 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 middle for the troops the time is now we're watching closely watching the hawks. you know one of the best charts greatest charts i have really been studying for years now i don't know exactly how we're going to get into this but i just want to mention right here at the top it's the money velocity chart . the money velocity chart and we're going to be getting into that.
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welcome back to the program the media is on trial in brazil that's off to federal prosecutors charged award winning journalist glenn greenwald with committing cyber crimes authorities have accused him of hacking top officials phones to get information on a high profile corruption case last year journalists and human rights activists say it's a blatant violation of press freedoms. picks up the story brazil's president has never been a big fan of journalists if you don't go there was a quote give you the money we've got this if you will go off i put the book or money. but whatever it was that made you know i was going to i usually have to do everything in order to really see the 1st of all thank. you but asked if i wasn't going. so it's no surprise freedom of the press is once again under attack in the
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country american journalist glenn greenwald is facing cybercrime charges for leaking text messages of government officials glenn greenwald in the free conscious involuntary way directly assisted encourage and guided to criminal group of hackers during the criminal practice acting as a guarantor of said group and also narrow is more than a little defensive he should not be here he says to him brazil where is he he was denounced by the justice system don't you believe in the system at the same time the president's son who is also an m.p. cannot contain his glee. glenn greenwald always said he loved brazil and wanted to get to move the country in depth maybe he will even get to know the inside of a jail the charges come after greenwald's news outlet exposed a possible conspiracy within the judicial system based on the leaked private text messages they purported to show the event federal judge colluding with the prosecution in a high profile corruption case the same one that landed both in our rose main rival
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lula da silva in jail preventing him from running for another presidential term the federal judge denied everything and even went on to head the justice ministry as for the journalist to shed light on the scandal he found himself under investigation even though the federal police and the supreme court told the administration to drop the case in our own government president bush norah multiple members of his government simply don't believe in a free press we don't believe in prosper they don't even believe in democracy they've repeatedly and explicitly praised the military dictatorship that ruled the country until they need to 5 years disappear your form of government and this is all about ushering in that level of repression whistleblowers and watchdog organizations are calling the situation a blatant attack on journalistic freedom absolute resolute this is unbelievably could retaliation for revealing the extreme corruption at the highest levels of both scenarios administration and the next who stands to threat to investigative
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journalism in brazil in an outrageous violation of press freedom the brazilian government has ignored a supreme court order in charge journalist glenn greenwald with cyber crimes for the intercepts investigative series on widespread corruption in brazil. well the government must immediately condemned this outrageous assault on the freedom of the press and recognize that its attacks on press freedoms at home have consequences for american journalists doing their jobs abroad leg langrune world the prosecution of glenn greenwald is once again putting the spotlight on the current administration's allege of corrupt dealings it's no wonder valsin are a has no love for journalists i don't believe len went over the line he didn't go in there and actually themselves he tried to protect their identity maybe suggested they delete a file that's not happy and this is exactly what they're charged julian assange chelsea manning had legal access to materials all that julian did was to help or hide her identity by trying to log in under an administrative may not her own name
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and the year we see glenn greenwald worked with people who got these messages from what's up or what's not like system and they revealed unbelievable corruption a collusion between the judge and the prosecutors in a case against the little silver this is just a little journalistic behavior and i what's happened to glenn is part of a worldwide really crackdown on free press that isn't in a controlled corporate media this is got to stop this is an important case and i hope that glenn gets free and stays in brazil continues to do the job he's been doing the. u.n. experts have called for an urgent investigation into an alleged mobile phone hacking plot involving the world's richest man off the forensics and put it at the saudi crown prince and out of his if i was in chief jeff bezos telephone indicated his the voice was infiltrated by muhammad bin psalm of through a private message owns the washington post outlet where dissidents journalist jamal
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khashoggi worked before being killed at the saudi embassy in turkey back in 2018 he's kind of more pain has the details. you want to fish holes are calling for an investigation into allegations that the phone of jeff bezos the world's richest man was hacked and who is the top suspect the kingdom of saudi arabia this is from the u.n. report the alleged hacking of mr bezos his phone i'm those of others demands immediate investigation by the u.s. and other relevant authorities including investigation of the continuous munty a direct and personal involvement of the crown prince in efforts to target perceived opponents the allegation is that the messenger application known as whatsapp was used to buy late the privacy of the billionaire business owner in the united states and furthermore that the number was apparently a number that has actually been used by mohamed bin solomon himself what's interesting here is that not only is jeff bezos the owner of amazon he's also the
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owner of the washington post that's the newspaper that employed to malta shoji and apparently that is what the crown prince was after the information we have received suggests the possible involvement of the crown prince in surveillance of mr basis in an effort to influence if not sign it's the washington post reporting in saudi arabia these allegations are relevant as well to on going evaluation of claims about the chrome prince's involvement in the 2900 muddle of saudi and washington post joining this democracy jamal khashoggi went into the saudi embassy in istanbul and never returned he was literally hacked to pieces in october 28 teams and many allege that it was the crown prince himself who ordered the killing now after the killing of jamal to shoji outrage swept to the planet the united states included however the trumpet ministration gave a response but it was slow we have identified at least some of the individuals
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responsible including those in the intelligence services the royal court the foreign ministry and other saudi ministries who we suspect to have been involved in mr death i don't. like stopping massive amounts of money that's being poured into our country spending $110000000000.00 on military equipment and or things that create. jobs of theirs for this country the kingdom of saudi arabia purchases huge amounts of u.s. weapons and supplies us oil giants with huge amounts of crude the multi-billion dollar relationship seems to take priority over the war in yemen human rights and other concerns riyadh denies any wrongdoing however the united nations once the usa to conduct its own investigation to get to the bottom of what actually happened however if the killing of jamal khashoggi has shown us anything it's that the relationship with the monarchy is worth more than any allegations. r.t.
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new york former u.s. diplomat says it will take more than a killing on a phone hacked to spoil u.s. saudi relations. i don't think anything is going to break anything of the foreseeable on the horizon is going to break these close ties with saudi arabia. you know people had a little momentary loss about his killing because after all he was part of the nobility he was a. washington post he was involved with the cia so this was a terrible terrible thing just like however they don't they couldn't care less that saudi arabia does show ordering people in yemen in fact we're helping them do it and that means not putting america's interests 1st but putting israel's in saudis the saudi arabian interest 1st middle east and so we have the same network of power and i it states and i think it's just business as usual in saudi pedal an awful lot has been so long a lot of money in washington and around and around the united states reminds me of
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when. obama was caught hacking angela merkel's cell phone after 2 years. the president of the philippines has exclusively revealed he'll decline the united states invitation to attend the southeast asian nations summit in muck rigor that says he was speaking to correspondent laura guys they have the full interview will be auty this friday in the meantime is a preview. i just received. an invitation of the states we're doing this. in the states i was invited by obama. will you go. you know. didn't you say you wanted to meet friends. yeah but you know one time and i was. being.
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good at this. but they do say it's me and deprived that are going. to. be united nations read. it but i said in the. school so i got. straight about it next there are these national back in 30 minutes time with the latest. and we've also discovered that there are genes in our bodies that protect us from aging we call these longevity genes and there's a set of genes that we work on in my life at harvard called the sort to and and for those to work effectively to slow aging and prevent us from getting diseases they
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need a molecule called an 18. operations i understand that a cost of doing business is buying and building support in washington d.c. and that includes staffing up with former members of congress put them on your payroll you want to hire a chief of staff from a powerful us senator. or a committee. member get their chief of staff put them on your payroll as a lobbyist this is what washington does on a bipartisan basis in fact i think it's the only point of true bipartisanship in d.c. is corporate influence over government. and once started for greenwald on the side of those nations to mistreat us in an destitution was there are occasions to search one of the foremost guest was
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