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really good job to raise awareness when they seized the bank accounts in cyprus since then i mean there has been the root of it con craze going on but coins are secure nobody can seize it nobody can freeze an account to get involved you have to download an application called a wallet that you can start to buy them at this bar come digital currency exchange a group once a month to trade their electronic cash and the establishment is happy to take big coins as legal tender for any purchase but once you get all set up with the big coin software it becomes a simple as point click and your electronic cash turns into something very real indeed. now more than ever people want to make sure they cash is cared for using an online wallet is still a very new concept how safe is it some of them have been hacked some of them have turned out to be fraudulent but i think over time. the operators who survive
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providing these kind of services are going to be very diligent about about their security and they're going to have to be very diligent also about maintaining their reputation and if you're a little apprehensive about a currency you can't hold in your hand there's physical coins with an individual code on the back that can be punched into your online account or if you thought that it's a good door for a good starter for people for people to know what bitcoin is if you present them with one of those because people like to talk. if you would want to give your nephew or a relative a present for for the next ten years one big card with probably the best in a physical form however you buy them with increased skepticism over established currencies we can expect to see more of this sign showing people are open for big business peter all of our city berlin. we can make spills the beans on the entire air over u.s. government political process over the legacy of former british pm all great fun
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that's after the break stay with us. well. it's technology innovation all the developments around russia. the future covered. mission. critical patients free. for drug free. free. free. free. old free blog video for your media project a free media. this
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is also the welcome bug now the famous online whistleblower we can leaks has launched a new website releasing the largest amount of documents ever the approach of k. all kind of includes more than one point seven million diplomatic cables from that kissinger era and as that we could accept as a jew that our son says himself it shows the u.s. kind of be trusted with maintaining its own history in who controls the present controls cost and he controls the past controls the future. and that is because of the vital role that history plays in deciding our interpretation of what is happening in the world analysis shows that the us administration cannot be trusted with its control of the past the period of the one nine hundred seventy s. in diplomacy is referred to as the big bang this is when the modern international
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order came to be. and some documents reveal the u.s. got itself dirty backing some dictatorial regimes not to have committed brutal crimes including franco's spain and ruled greece and also we collect says the vatican and washington supported the night in seventy chile coup that saw the bloody pinochet regime come to power the documents also reveal the late indian prime minister rajiv gandhi could have been a middleman for a swedish company selling arms to the country two big scandals threaten the threaten to blacken sweden's name as its secret police were reported to be spying on left leftist citizens and the cia orders and that's and made reports the current swedish foreign minister could be a cia informant so and we can leak spokesperson kristinn hrafnsson things the u.s. should thank
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a son for his efforts. to bring the historical records to the public attention when there is an attempt to keep them hidden although these documents have been declassified excuse dreamy difficult to approach them and search them in their current form of the only national archives so what we did was to regard it as a gather with help and publish them in a search will database a very robust database here in washington of course they should be very pleased that we are doing the job that they should be doing themselves so maybe you should apply for us on phones and continue to work for the u.s. government they should actually focus on what attention is supporting overwork instead of continuing to this unprecedented. attempt to prosecute julian assads and all the members of that we can use team. and if you want to read more about the trials and tribulations of the weekly explored you'd have to dot com so attacks a blog and legal prosecution of the whistle blowing web site and its editor julian
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and sunny been through it all with its figurehead still remaining trapped inside the ecuadorian embassy in london. apocalypse now in spain hundreds of people have been running for their lives from a mass of blood thirsty somebodies find out what on earth was going on by heading to r.t. dot com. scuffles have broken out between police and protesters showing their anger at the legacy of former british tory prime minister margaret thatcher who died this week aged eighty seven. has more now on the demonstrations in trafalgar square in the heart of the capital. and that should demonstrators have been gathering there to try and reenact the poll tax riots of one thousand nine hundred ninety there were some scuffles breaking out along the police lines and the protesters a few of the attention certainly getting
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a little bit whipped up some of the chanting the ding dong the witch is dead which has become sort of the unofficial anthem among the track there's so much so that is twisted up into the charts and it's expected that it will make it into the top five if not even possibly number one as a lot of those people have been buying that and it's been pushed up into the charts i think a lot of criticism as well because obviously we saw the huge response from the politicians this week we had the m.p.'s recalls to parliament a lot of control to see around that at the expense of that pay tribute to lady thatcher. a controversial polarizing figure. in death exactly as we saw in life creating these pensions that we've seen certainly it's going to look like this will play out now into next week ahead of that. with his ties to troublous rate in more than two decades many people in italy are looking to the
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extreme sponsors and for an increasing number of a tiny and fascism is normal good the untouchable terrain of former dictator mussolini but a spark of hope she's reno going to explain. this is the house of italy's modern day fascists and imposing building in rome it stood empty until ten years ago members of the ca's a pound movement barged through the doors put up their flag and became squatters after a decade of fruitless attempts neither the police nor the country's judicial system have managed to push the fascist movement out if anything members of cars abound say they are growing ever stronger. when fascism is mentioned it stirs memory and conjures images of a bleak past dissociation that comes to mind as the silly me war two but one of the fascists initially refused to have any association with the macabre past. foremost fascism as a way to govern the economy and the country so we cannot be responsible for what
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was happening some say all the time years ago and i can't judge events of the past since i wasn't alive back then so i can't be judged for things that happened that far back. recent research by the open society foundation looked more closely at members of cars abound their results showed that unlike similar going to zation is elsewhere in europe most supporters of the movement cite the economy corruption and unemployment as the main reasons for joining the party because about no more mental get another main idea italy's sovereignty we're against pan-european tendencies we're against a dictatorial europe because for example because we don't want the production of italian goods to move to other countries historians aren't surprised by such developments yet some believe the trend isn't as worrying or as widespread as some would like to believe. as a historian i can say such movements gain popularity during
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a crisis but i want to say because a pound is incredibly popular their percentage during the elections was not even one percent but today's low numbers aren't discouraging the movement's leaders. most italians secretly support their goals and share their ideals but they're simply too afraid to voice such views turn into submission there's been a growing interest in the last few years as a far right policy and we didn't get many votes during the election but we now have a chance to make t.v. appearances so people can find out about our ideas and what we have to walk on. the far right resurgence of a country with a troubling fascist history it's now up to italy's political leaders to ask whether they are the ones pushing people towards extremist ideas not out of rebellion or ignorance but out of desperation. rome. stay with us after the break while we interview with the french we said and to right wing
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politician marine the pern. i. wealthy british style. market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy
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with mike's culture the no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to the report on our. victims multiply here each day. it's very profitable to invest in colombia with every profit there's a very high return on investment. you'll know me and he has said that i've been working in this area for thirty years and i've always had to pay the armed groups that they needed betis i knew that my managers have changed their name and strategy but just feel the same murderous. high ranking suspects you know coming. pretty upset about that mr president is soon. to president putin. both the media. i won't give an interview i'm sorry but no. investigation is a dead. end he says sick and stop your bullshit and keep quiet
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or else you'll suffer the consequences. even if they're your bodyguards to watch themselves because the same goes for them. ribs from synch i've never heard of such a case as ours for so much money and gold has stolen so many years. for all the gold in colombia. today we're joined by moving dependent she is the leader of the french political party the national front and she came in third in the two thousand and twelve presidential elections in france getting about eighteen percent of the vote which is slightly higher than what was expected thank you very much mr pena for joining us today and my first question is we're looking at seeing in europe a rise in nationalism in the rise in the pro independence movements those
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sentiments of wanting more sovereignty for their countries do you think that this is a temporary trend because analysts are saying this is just a reaction to put political parties that are currently in power and a reaction to bad economy across europe so do you think that as a pendulum it could well move away from the groups like the front and back to the other side of the political spectrum. but you do. now i don't think so are tourists i think that first and foremost there is a rejection of the u.s. union and its policies and you have been people are realizing that the european union is an employer a silly tyranny and that is in fact is true in that region and doesn't protect them from economic social or migratory difficulties and i think that the increase in patrick has me to managing a country's own affairs through control of the border is whether it's human capital a product is a revised to go i think what we're seeing is the brussels real falling down it's crumbling that is to say that the european union and its model has reached an end
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it's a destruction that is slow right now but will probably accelerate will do we need to look at what's been happening in bulgaria where there has been a revolution and where the government out as well as the parliament within ten days also need to see the results in italy where within two years the euro skeptics have become a majority and i believe that many other people are in the president rejected the policies because these policies is ideology ryssdal to free trade immigration globalization that is making us open our doors and windows to all the products in the world to social dumping to a knock at immigration or you're speaking about the e.u. the institutions that authorities have been criticized for lacking democratic legitimacy but now we see that the next to e.u. commission president after she's a model there also he's going to be elected do you think this is a real move towards democracy the e.u. is certain are obviously not this is all fake this is to make the people believe
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that there is more democracy that in fact we see what's happening at the european parliament it's supposed to be democratic but it's not at all representative of what the people of the european union think about the socialist party as well as the european rights one hundred handprints they voted in favor of ninety seven percent of e.u. directives and today there is a very strong position of. people who are a jeopardy model and these people are not represented by the european parliament so i think that electing the successful use them on al gore although it is necessary to make people believe that there will be an increase in democracy but in fact the mortal the economic model of the truth is killing democracy. let's talk about hugo chavez the late president of venezuela now he was also against new liberalism and he was nationalistic he wanted more sovereignty for his own country but he was a socialist he was a leftist does any of his political stand resonate with you. one listed
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here charles that was a paradox it was a solution if and even a communist but this is maybe the communism we knew an affront to three years ago he was a communist but he was apache out a communist and many of chavez's policies were open to criticism but there are many things that you can't criticize to kick out such as the fact that he shares their daughters with yourself it is very rare he to matthew from many countries that has resulted in a people don't get a share of so he took advantage of it to bring down quality every week he tried to create a state able to nationalize big companies should be don't call into the hands of multinationals it says that he has been opposing the usa which i believe is something positive in order to gain autonomy and so that when it well i would get back in three to so i think in the end his results are outrageously but it would be wrong to reject all the things that he has done. a let's talk about the french
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president francois a lot it's almost a here since he was elected on a scale of one to ten how would you rate him now the positive as reported in a country no ten because in order for me to never teams you have to be a political leader has not a political leader is just a technically like mr monti of italy but it means that in fact he is not managing the country if it is not making decisions it is just following. instructions from the european union has just putting in place austerity which is completely pretty steep because a diety destroys the economy and increases unemployment forces factories to move elsewhere and then through the destruction of industries it on the one thing that is happening now is the free trade agreement that is being negotiated with the united states and to put an end to french agriculture this is not his mistake because he is not deciding anything so it is just something that lies asian and applying decisions taken in brussels. so your opinion on france leaving the european union and the euro zone in the shade going to agreement your you haven't
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changed your mind on those matters oh it sure took it personally call folk to. each day that goes by i believe more in this idea i even asked the french president to organize a big rubber and them in january twenty fourth change to ask this question to the french people do they want to stay in the europeans many of them do we want to stay with open that would do they want to take the risk of having romania and bulgaria in the same hand with their arrival of millions of roma who are attracted by social system that's a very advantageous which is the french system yes or do they want to go on with trade we want to form bad economic such as you would do they want european laws should be stronger than national laws and i want absolute hungary decided to change the constitution so that it prioritizes national rights over european rights it's going to crush leave to democracy because again the suffering people are now the ones deciding not the brussels sprouts well there are those that ask that if you
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are so against the e.u. why are you a member of the european parliament and in the interest of full disclosure of the e.u. parliament has released the amount of aid that went to various political parties about three hundred sixty thousand euros went to the european alliance for freedom of which you are a member. so no harm no. this is our money it's our. money i want to say that this is the least move things madam fleiss what is it that is an m.e.p. for good because someone needs to tell the people of the branch people what is happening is that someone has to fly well as in this is sin by being as fast as it is it and but when if i was inclined to wanted from outside i would have less power when it comes to money that is granted from the european union i want to remind them that it is not of them money they don't create that money don't cover the needs that this is our money we give twenty children in numerous to the european union every year and the implementing measure this is destroying our economy and
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our social system so it is perfectly legitimate that there is a part of this money that comes up to all of the pending on the fukushima of the electorate that we represent to this european party the european alliance for trade in but we do made up of parties of patronage across europe and now when you recently went to the u.k. to join a debate at the university of cambridge there was a demonstration against your visit this was organized by the unite against fascism association to describe you and the national front as being quote unquote deeply racist based organizations such as the us and are attempting to take advantage of the economic crisis of the impact of the sturdy how would you react to these accusations that the military jargon which i imagine there are seventeen thousand students in cambridge the were one hundred protest if i let you calculate the percentage if the opposition is restricted to this it's rather positive i mean i'm not going to stop grains of truth because if you leftists are trying to stop me
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from doing that in fact they pretend to be you're a skeptic those leftists but they participate in the system to implement the system they themselves are in favor of immigration when they know that immigration is used to buy was salaries because they're themselves defenders of europe how they always explain that they want a different europe but it is still the european union with theirs and do what is the one cannot isn't silly be the defender of a nation the same time. before tend to be free trade and tension is we aren't gratian what. are you talking about immigration being used as an economic tool to drive away just down but doesn't france he more cheap work force to drive a wage inflation down and also these immigrants who are coming are they really directly competing with skilled workers from france you have a sick and small object they are. so lazy on the market as a name implies a market yes some so it works with demanded some sorry when they're officially five million unemployed people is wrong and you legally is that twenty two hundred
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thousand people in from the field and it creates more competition when you have ten people going to sing for one job seekers and you have no wages when you have to have a job in the assassin then it is good to proceed for still in question if you want to go without so for that and there is a problem it is people when they write how will they listen then leave thousand dollars from the dollar to banks to assist them on social protection vintages we need and we cannot take a out of all those people who cannot educate their children freely so i cannot bring them healthcare freely cannot provide them with free to loose an economic and psychological lives already went to the city so when you talk of your concerns on immigration you're talking about economic reasons here you can only concerns now obviously not it's not only an economic problem as this is a problem of national unity and again it's one that people in the future number of people i'm talking to legal immigrants with but there are also the illegal
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immigrants like so when you have three hundred thousand or four hundred thousand people with a different culture a different religion good and different customs this shakes the same sheeple who feels compelled to adapt themselves their lifestyles to a culture that is different from the good that deal with only give you one example for a few years now and our knowledge in school county in public administration and for . a there is no it will be an image that's it white to us or the demands of extremists muslim extremist kaleido massive immigration to support their claim that off and will even draw it but when we have to do is know the rules of qatar and saudi arabia who can tell me that's a huge problem so she was imposed on the no let's talk about france's intervention that you called of france going into libya a whole week and you said that in syria the west is quote unquote blindly supporting the opposition and is doing the exact same thing they did it libya this time in secret but when france intervened in mali you were not against it why do
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you deem this intervention legitimate because she couldn't order it mormon she will this is my stance is go here and if you will and either you fight against islamic fundamentalism in which case it makes sense to fight in mali but it's not normal to support the same terrorists in libya and in syria right now in a situation where our leaders are completely in my opinion insane the fight on the side of terrorists in libya and syria and against the same terrorists and mali this is not good here and i mean i am pro here and that is to say i think we should not have supported and given weapons and assisted the hardest and libya who right away impose sharia law after they came to power or that she should not do that and if syria should start this question about relationship with qatar who provides funding to terrorism and fundamentalism throughout the world and indeed it has led to to many to why this extrude mazen and molly my.
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