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tv   News Weekly  RT  September 22, 2013 4:45am-5:01am EDT

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c.n.n. and b.b.c. versions parliamentarian nick griffin went to see what syria was actually like he found it fifty different places quite know. how to get it. out explained that. this is the rules are that there is still a wall being waged against these poor people to find an obviously and has even a fact as well. having said that i think he's saying the last few minutes just. not just absolutely for. most life in peace nic joins us now great to see you so with the saudi will hobbies or us but al qaeda is this foreign driven it clearly is for interest and it's most definitely is released i mean just did an interview with a a rebel who was a suicide bomb failed who still believes he was in a ripple hospital because since the head injuries and so on and so i asked him posing as a british three hundred volunteer i asked him will where he going to go once he
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concludes syria and quick as a flash he comes back and say we're going to attack iraq we're going to attack america because they are the real enemy you know watkins one of bomber gets enough congress supports a bomb syria the u.s. attack on syria will try again iran it will try again israel even the egyptians have said that the probably strictly as this the suez canal if the straits of hormuz are closed as well they mean the oil will go up to what four hundred dollars a barrel almost overnight which will snuff out any form of economic recovery all over the industrialized world i'm playing just sings to a depression which will go on for years as the credible tensions in the far east between china and japan and again america look back on ice and think well this was the summer like nine hundred thirty. israel's. the russian death toll in syria moved warships to the region and called
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the biggest military drills since the cold war moscow and beijing held the biggest joint military exercises in history former n.s.a. intelligence of cisco record joins us great to speak to what happens when one of these countries actually retaliates on target i believe assad as because had he retaliated all against israel there would be an all out war and he basically saved the lives of his people why not retaliate what surprised me the most this week is you had mccain say they haven't retaliated so we can attack them anytime we want i am steve i'm irene i'm lisa my name is tom i'm a graphic designer a college freshman at home mom with a full time job scholar on social policy and embraced and i'm just like you i'm going to bomb a supporter i support president obama but the president needs your help our president can't launch into another war without you that's why we're here the americans for whatever barack obama wants to do you know he's friends with jay z.
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have launched a kickstarter campaign to find world war three in america is dead so our goal is to raise one point six trillion dollars on behalf of the u.s. government that's where you come in even a small donation and make all the difference. one hundred dollar donation just through a day pass to leave your local refugee camp you'll probably end up in reference to care they don't have for a long walk. because obama because obama. senator graham won't if the u.s. won't attack syria a new hit south carolina's charleston harbor on the very same day a nuclear warhead without school throws in signature was transferred to south carolina saw its story leaked. joins us thanks a lot for speaking to us nuclear war this is another level senator lindsey graham is essentially threatening the united states whether he got intel and. this or not
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from another high level source elements in the government are now threatening us that if we don't attack syria there could be a nuclear incident right after they transported a nuclear weapon they need something crazy the chemical attack was not enough we're looking at a potential serious false like event to push us into this because obama can't slime his way to syria there's no end game and we can't afford nor do we want a world war three. and speaking about mr president didn't you win the nobel peace prize yet you were the one given back home a previously admitted syria isn't a threat or even strategically important for the states asia times correspondent pepe escobar joins us great to speak to you so who's actually gaining from syria's break oh that's very important to remind people all the time these re state does not have fixed borders they're not believe me they did on
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a map they can expand all over from this you know from this you know i too near the border is going to run one day you know and that's the problem this idea of it it's israel greater israel is the number one think that if they would sit down on a table to discuss palestine they will have to believe me they their borders finally this is what everybody is expecting because they will not be able to annex people stary tori's anymore nothing is corroborated historically fact this is a let's put it this way a wet dream in the case of southern lebanon in fact because of water there's a lot of water so they can and the israel needs water so we go back to it's the water stupid this is this explains everything that happens in terms of israel trying to annex southern lebanon is strange for nelson those same jewel citizenship politicians who pushed the u.s. into erode dissolves back on all springs they returned from delivering neo-cons which never disappeared bowlful if it's going back had like he was a michael jackson of the joint extra this past weekend c.n.n.
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plugging what else was it only nazi has changed the false flag and. you know that old. greasy stuff happening twelve years ago in the run up to the war in iraq the difference now it's crazier nothing mad mad world as we were discussing much faster and out of control because we know if anything happens in syria even hasten jerk. he said that many syria is there. whatever happens in syria spreads spreading all over the region in syria libya egypt television. gas fields in syria. so a company of. serious. question in the war on terror may be good for israel's expansion but the u.s.
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just gains new enemies. to speak to how can you be against its interests traditionally the democrats got more than two thirds of the campaign contributions that flow into their federal elections from the aggressively israeli faction and that was earmarked support for israel was the condition of taking that money a clean break document was issued by you mean and the neoconservative mostly americans who also happen to be dual citizens people like wolfowitz and perle scooter libby all of those people and this document proposed. regime change in these middle eastern countries. overthrowing all of these independent middle eastern countries and imposing imperial control these people really do want to create greater israel the phrase israel working with its partners. against the first democracy ever in the five thousand year history of egypt the indications are that they're going to keep stealing territory not only will they refuse to give
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back the golan heights they're going to take sinai they're already creating all kinds of instability in sinai they came right out and said that what they want is three little mini states in syria. syria's posts of a new axis of evil is that. israel saudi arabia and the hardliners here in the u.s. who are in the pockets of both parties primarily the israelis are the real axis of evil but it's not going as planned since you assume. a best friend of iran few years of syria's president. is still in place and middle east reports. even that the stabilization isn't really succeeding there was interviewed international doctors an aid workers in syria who say there is no deep humanitarian crisis no real lack of food or medicine common dreams goes around the world trying to regime change the street lights don't work so many joins us good to see you oh
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people in the region actually what the u.s. president's doing u.s. popularity with the one percent egypt is the u.s. will lose the more the its allies who were just monsters you know israel and saudi arabia and jordan that can't even be called a state anymore it's a parking lot for western and gulf troops you know but surely a world superpower can get its way it's a dead word superpower you know it just isn't true any longer and. it's not a bunch of countries getting together against america it's people wanting to live you will never win against people who have more self interest in tomorrow and you do never and we seen this and every u.s. intervention from vietnam or any rock where you have tribal afghanistan and these aren't the last breaths of empire because no strategic mind.
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power ever we act. in such complex and sensitive situations otherwise backing the very same salafist that stream as who they were attacking in syria and in iraq and afghanistan this massive desperation and what i call short term measure because they're so eager. a winner in any way shape or form and looking at military solutions as. the one size fits all solution for all their problems and mentality militarization does tend to permeate into one society as well and and you are seeing an undermining of freedoms and democracy indians' countries and you are seeing the rise of for surveillance state and many of them to you know using the threats of terrorism which is by no less than it is countries than car crashes or airplane crashes to justify all kinds of surveillance
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on their own populations they're going to make mistakes they're going to merely a themselves there is always the last battle for any empire throughout history and i think that is it for the united states and its allies the end of this elusive pirouette ambitions most veterans today will first and foremost benefit the us people bring back their prosperity and rights with growing numbers fear before the empire goes it could take the rest of the world with it's seek truth from facts this is the true sicko.
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the interview.
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it's probably the most complex human activity. on. the phenomenon of friendly fire probably extends back to the invention of gunpowder. that killed a bunch of people in the family don't know what their families there are to us people. reading. this summer shoots my brother in the leg not intentional because of it because it was night time for in the morning even the best even the belch shoulders. are going to make mistakes this is this whole idea of brotherhood and author and camaraderie in this sense it was in this context that has absolutely no place.
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in the street. you. wish. me good. and in the. long run i made
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a little. syria completes the first step of its chemical disarmament plan while russia and the united states diplomatic progress on the issue is overshadowed by fresh exchanges over who's to blame for last month's poison gas attack near damascus. amid reports of moderate opposition fighters joining extremist ranks in syria we look at the jihad as siege of an ancient christian village where people were forced to flee their homes to protect their faith. polls open in germany's parliamentary election which looks set to see chancellor merkel securing a third term but growing social and economic difficulties leave many disillusioned . and as germans cast their ballots greece awaits the outcome.


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