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well for george osborne my first choice would be maybe a little polonium two ten but maybe not bad aggressive something along the lines of . some fog walk from a fog off farm in france to kind of personify what's happening to the world of banks they're being stuffed with all this cheap cash and in the end are going to be harvested and his liver along with a bunch of ducks will be exempt taken out and sold on the open market right. at the j.p. morgan christmas party entertainment what would you do. for the curse of party entertainment j.p. morgan that's a good question i guess we'd have to hire some. of the cast of the soprano's to come in and reenact some of the famous scenes there where several people got a whacked i think that would be very entertaining you could tape it put on paper of you i think it's a fantastic way to extend the brand of j.p. morgan j.p. morgan most of soprano's bankers get gunned down while you're cheering on the likes
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of tony soprano this is a great cross media opportunity to fly even high to the south full day christmas party for those will street bankers we're going to pick up. oh well i'm going to stick. my think for a christmas dinner for the banks there's again he have to give them a visual reference of what happens when a ducks like them are plucking the world economy their livers get extended in fat to the point where they must be harvested so twenty fourteen over the year that the world harvest the bankers liver they take all that money that's been stuffed down their gullit and they break it up like a pin yada and all that money is distributed to those events screwed and plucked in abuses by these horrible banks or so twenty fourteen is the year of the banker pin yada everyone should get a big stick and prepare themselves for this i got a lot of talking to about what's going to be inside those christmas crackers on the data table. on the christmas crackers i think we're going to find
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many bitcoin because the bitcoin is going to be the gift that keeps on giving for twenty fourteen i myself purchased a lovely jacket from tom baker and soho using corn and this is a this is a roving room of phenomenon across the city of london merchants are realizing there's a big coin or bust you don't want to do business with the banks are big coin is the future knife and what was going to be dressing up as a christmas cake the charisma. turkey this year on battle has got to be tony blair he likes getting naked he likes dressing up in strength bikini's he likes parading around the ship flashing his moves these male breasts that hang down and he going to do this in the public i think he'd make a perfect christmas turkey he loves the being stuffed from the bankers from behind and he's a guy that looks great on a plate nice. to open a tippett t.p.i. you've got to do
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a baby. because the don't play. well this year or so tiffany is quote i think obviously the baby jesus is personified by nakamoto and bitcoin i think that's pretty obvious then the angel would be my cause to see her but all the cars around. the show special and then the donkey unquestionably would have to be reaching back into the past gordon brown makes a perfect dog he's the guy who sold half of britain's gold supply at the absolute multi decade blow so he's really the arse of the century thank you so much for that in saw i have a brilliant christmas my pleasure see you next year so you might. get some christmas corporate news good things like the options well this year they want really old things in their stocking yeah that's right according to russian online auction model top. antique goes to the best someone says she has the most amount of
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things books doles silver dishes and christmas tree decorations in the last three weeks alone more than five thousand antique items and sold. in place so it's time is all about something friendship so much is energy giant rough draft in the u.s. major exxon mobile pocket he took the creation of a joint venture exxon mobile will spend up to three hundred million dollars on developing. western siberia and last that will have access to excellence projects in the gulf of mexico the last. thing with energy. offensive. is that gazprom will lower the amount it has to spend on investments next year by more than twenty percent the gas giants twenty fourteen investment program will be more than a full point three billion dollars down from the amount spent. now the idea of christmas shopping on the little left of high street is often much nicer the reality of crazy crowds and its queues and stressful traffic jams now this is
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exactly why online shopping is now big band. ever shops are getting creative coming up with ways to make the trip worthwhile and now the e-commerce is taking russia by storm department store attractions are getting bigger and better as i found out. the man like me who was really ultimately it was something i was authentic a bit completely blown up with take you know here you know cross it down what you call me was it was like man we thought this was going to drop very low inflation name oh no place but this was last year that was the job done getting it done various let me get more about that for you so i'm lead the way on that one of the things that you were talking fun because they may love not suppose i am right that is it ok i'm going at it right bob. but while this all looks like
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great fun when it comes to e-commerce well it's a force to be reckoned with here in russia there are sixty million internet users also most in europe and that's what international companies like e bay and amazon they're looking at tapping into the market next is always already launched their online store and as we talk about money well this is the interesting part because by twenty eight forty russians will be spending thirty one billion dollars online by twenty fifteen that number will go up to almost forty billion dollars now the reason why these numbers a coin being so soft is because russians of changing their attitude to buying online whereas in the past i've always liked to pay five times in cash now they're getting more comfortable with using their credit card so you could say that the tide is changing. now talking of shipping one of the reasons why russians have typically steered away from internet shopping is because post of russia is
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notoriously bad for delivering sometimes this pall of the pro. here the price of us could be the most annoying part because people can wait months on end for a parcel not as if it ever arrived at all now post of russia they are getting better and they vowed to improve the situation they're going to do so in a limbo right of ways including being more innovative being less they dependent as well as improving their online services as well and all of this is to become more profitable in the long run they just introduced an app which you can use on apple and android as well as you can track your parcel which is a brit way of getting it to the way. oh you bet. on the policies along with the pressure is piling up because fifty percent more piles are making their way to russia the shares it. sounds elza hard rock out this year preservation is going to bar humbug on corporate christmas party cards and it's funny this mother purchased the employees of state corporation should pay for that
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office parties involved in using company funds. i know just a month was a victim to be enhanced for my opinion and why you should get paid and nobody knows the answers and of course as part is what is going on i'm going to of you know you tell me who you really disappointed because you know what corporation russians are the biggest corporate power yet are going to the other here you know what should or should russia sometimes are too great to maybe would be good to put that money into the pockets of the employees but there should buy a few guys who are playing in my opinion is i'm a party girl and i was thinking stripper champagne caviar i was thinking it was all going to go on i'm obviously disappointed that although we don't have strippers show people care of your prior to getting better every move could remove the old you were do you know this could walk yes we both very much place you truly believe whatever until we got to that this is of course as far as saying we will party no matter what we can say this is of course much so venture capital we will see you next time have a merry christmas and take care you sound. like
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you. millions around the globe struggled with hunger each did. what if someone offers
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a lifetime food supply no charge they cherry said they can the very strong position against them all and we think that's. the genetic anymore the right products are priest to tool there is no. evidence to this any problem with genetic engineering when you make a deal. or is free cheese always in the most crap i don't believe the. poor and the free. enterprise is profit. for social justice golden rice are cheap.
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little live live. crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want. little. i don't understand you correctly. you don't believe that ad words snowden performed a public service may be in the best interest of the united states but at least in the best interest of humanity here countries don't want to turn over their play book to the other side and that's essentially what's happened here it is true that it is heard a big debate about the role of our intelligence services in the united states i think that debate was coming anyway after nine eleven but i don't think we've had
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sort of anything in the interest of humanity served by this episode. from some of the sixteen percent imports came from illegal since she and. the european union is ironically taking fish from some of the poorest nations on earth so this is a very serious and very urgent problem that needs immediate international action. on the territorial waters because they fish they load the fish into the ships and leave for. illegal fishing just taking the bread out of our mouths.
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to limp a torch is on its epic journey to show. one hundred twenty three days. through to my number two cities of russia. really run for jeans and people who are sixty five those who kill them. in a record setting trip by land air and sea on others face. a limp dick torch relay. on r t r two dot com. you're watching the weekly here on r.t. international syria's kurds say they want an independent seat at next month's international peace conference in geneva they say their interests are in opposition to both the syrian government and the rebels they are pushing for autonomy in northern syria where they've been fighting to protect their homes from radical islamist rebels and the kurds of the largest ethnic group without
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a country in the middle east are mostly spread out across a region they call kurdistan they make up a key minority of groups in turkey syria iraq and iran with a total population of around forty million and as artie's paul asli reports they have their sights firmly set on long awaited independence. discriminated repressed and divided for years the kurds were the scapegoats of the middle east but now the fortunes have turned resilient and hopeful history is on their side for four thousand years kurds lived in iraq now they are enjoying defect autonomy and many believe independence is not far away but now practical is another run by a powerful state in baghdad and a strongly believe that we are moving towards. a full independent kurdish state in the north of iraq across the border in turkey as much as twenty percent of the population is kurdish their fight for independence has long been
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a thorn in ankara side but. always called for a kurd fighters they have more weapons and they'll never give them up easily but it's in syria where the kurds face the toughest fight they're caught up in the middle of a bloody civil war their territories are being claimed by al qaeda their villages raided their people killed residents of this kurdish village of pursue fina forty five kilometers from aleppo so all it does is make them tougher fighters they are prepared to die to protect their land and their people. now every night they want to restart the clashes but now we're well prepared because we made new bunkers so we have more abilities than before if they attack us we are ready to defend ourselves but if they don't we want to attack anybody. with such a strong fighting spirit and even stronger desire for sovereignty the kurdish influence in this part of the world is growing and arguably it might be only
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a matter of time until a new state appears on the map of the middle east policy or r.t. . the syrian government's been too busy with the civil war leaving the kurds to fend for themselves and one analyst told us the diaspora has capitalized on the power struggle to the fullest. the kurds in syria was emboldened by the fact that the arab spring came about and the regional powers busy with internal strife with. this debility of the governments. of the different factions syria are fighting each other and the government is weak and. the kurds have found an opportunity to run their own affairs and grow to whatever they were territory or historically has been to my to take is not very happy because what you see is if the. the the
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kurds in syria get hold of and have some sort of autonomy turkey fears that this will translate into or encouraging. kurdish population to demand the same rights or similar rights. is not a killer or a terrorist but he's being held in conditions worse than if he was online activist and alleged hacker godfried home dog was one of the founders of the pirate bay he's engulfed in a complex legal battle accused by denmark of stealing millions of personal idea numbers well the file sharing website first came under fire back in two thousand and six when it got on the wrong side of hollywood it was taken down for several days when swedish police raided its headquarters several years later its founders were charged and eventually sentenced to a year in prison for encouraging copyright violations really this week r.t. spoke just home via lawyer luis hoy who told us a client is treated much worse than it warranted by the charges against him it's got a little bit better since we talked the last time he's been moved to
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a different facility. to be honest the first disability the first prison couldn't really get anywhere else and that so now he's in a different facility and he's been allowed to. be with another inmate to talk to another inmate two hours a week. it is still not good he is allowed to go outside as well one hour every day . and during that hour he will you know by parents able to talk to other inmates he's certainly not good at giving given the conditions that other in the same case would be given believes very cautious about this case they don't really want anything to come wrong because it's a very sensitive sensitive case in denmark they did their duty and were repaid with sickness servicemen with the royal air force were tossed for carrying out nuclear tests in south australia at the height of the cold war and have suffered ever since
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the artist has a similar reports calls for the u.k. government to compensate them and getting louder jeff lydiard was seventeen when he joined the royal air force and was eventually posted to mari linger in south australia nuclear tests were carried out there in the fifty's with some publicity but minor trials reportedly continued in secrecy until the my nine hundred sixty s. run through being. we knew every or for every fortnight aircraft flew in with a nuclear flask in which we are loaded onto a lorry and it was taken away by the scientists who didn't know what they were doing with it when he turned fifty illnesses he believes were caused by his exposure to radiation that barreling started manifesting i started off with i had tb i then started having degeneration of my spine my daughter got pancreatic condition which can only be of trace back to genetic source
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so i have the question in my mind. many was it because i was there and many others are asking the same questions even before world war two radiation was a hazard for. measuring it in a meaningful way very very difficult indeed nevertheless there is undoubtedly i think contrition among the british authorities not to own up to any responsibility these people were experimented on quite honestly and it was disgraceful how those soldiers were created and they've long been asking the government for recognition and compensation their service is part of history and war you allies of future generations will not forget but for those who would actually serve the forgetting is a lot of the option especially for those who feel that if the social they've made decades ago may have cast a shadow on their lives and those of their loved ones if you look out of the
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country's nuclear countries a treaty that veterans and compensate them and recognize them and we stand right at the bottom of the table that is wrong france the united states and even the tiny aisle of men have already done so with the ministry of defense maintains that while there is a quote huge debt of gratitude owed to the veterans the government rejects any link between veterans health problems and their military service citing a two thousand and ten health needs audit overall the range and severity of problems reported was typical of older people in the u.k. in general and a veteran who believes they have suffered ill health service has the right to apply for a no fault compensation jeff knows the clock is ticking and while he's hopeful he has no illusions about how difficult the fight will be at the very least what he wants is this and so he found that we need cost money money to say thank you we're like goes. we don't exist does or sylvia r.t.
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london. but with a news team with a full news update for in just eight minutes from now this is the weekly here on the international. they're calling obama's happy smiling sophie photo with the danish and british prime ministers at the mandela funeral an international incident but before we rail on obama for doing something stupid a funeral we need to clear one thing up the washington post says that this action occurred at the memorial service after the funeral was over and trust me after about three hours of serious lectures at a conference or some sort of super long wedding most of us would just be banging our heads against the wall out of boredom and i'd probably check my email about seven times obama's place know i said most of us but the president isn't supposed
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to be like most of us because he represents all of us it's one thing when you're fourteen and too stupid to realize that sophie photos at the wake after grampa's funeral is a bad idea but it's another thing entirely when one of the most photographed and powerful people on the planet takes a selfie at the memorial service of someone he claims to respect although i might sound annoyed this sophie is pretty much irrelevant this is just a big error of etiquette there are plenty of real concrete things with real consequences to be bad at obama over like our being religious wacko rebels in syria or signing into law the n.b.a. i wish with all my heart that we only had to be angry with obama over some minor etiquette errors but sadly they're just a drop in the obama bucket but that's just my opinion. with your political life these policies.
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pleasure to have you with us here on our team today i roll researcher. why is the price of gold so high. demand global demand do you think oldest money. know the value of the only place we have to live of the water that we need to survive it's not compared to bill i mean gold we're not going to eat gold we're not going to bait with gold. we're not going to drink what clearly what amal is and is in a desperate economic situation absolutely right what we're wrong to do is say therefore
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any kind of economic development from the outside is going to be a benefit their only purpose is to extract as much money as possible to feed into the global financial system. with we are part of the geo political economic system that's extremely or split to do. first of all is a question whether mining should even be carried out altogether can it be done in a way which doesn't destroy people's was resources environment well you know those are pretty serious questions mining is not a what a moment problem it's happening in asia in africa and south america in central america in mexico and it's even happening in canada and the united states.
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