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american first of all i'm just started washing an r.v. to say this is my buddy max the famous financial guru well it's a little bit different i'm not a abraham lincoln tunnel there are no windows up with all the drama happening in our country and i'm shooting the road have fun meet every day americans. and hopefully start to bridge the gap this is the great american people. oh. yes i was but i would. like to play you something. yeah in the last local tribal yes i believe we'll do more it's almost the young thing we will all soon
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will but you know one of the most often little pushes that so. many folks thank you for coming in the game you do the you know the model of the scouts more we leave the bluecoats beliefs nancy g.'s e z e z should reason you look staged. you will know the yellow but. look closely for the armor issue you can you get other qualities but then you tell us maybe you did some assault but you're using my suspicion i'll post a. lot of film oh. no i didn't stress the hair i get it when does it only gets a good letter had that southwest why plaid but i now i had this and i did this to relive a lane roads on its last. it's not the clock but i'd look so my guess. is someone just
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medication is widespread on the us market and a frequent cause of death at that point in my life i just felt like everything was ash and my family was literally coming unglued i had actually planned. to commit some site was all who has made antidepressants so commonly used we were doing what the doctors told us to do we were being responsible and what the real side effects . was. when i did was done on a cocktail of legal drugs. just because something's legal doesn't mean it's something. i played for many
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them. that. russia calls for a new international probe into syrian chemical weapons attacks after the us secretary of state claims moscow bears responsibility for such crimes regardless of who carried them out. across which will and against the gathering of the rich and powerful at the world economic forum. and the u.s. government confirms that several americans were among the twenty two people killed in a taliban assault on a hotel in. broadcasting we have direct from our studios in moscow this is our two international thomas
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certainly glad to have you with us now the u.n. security council has concluded an emergency session on the use of chemical weapons in syria let's now cross live to our t's in the states for thanks for being with us could you tell us what was said at the u.n. headquarters in new york well the u.s. accused the syrian government of using chemical weapons while russia highlighted that there is no solid evidence to substantiate any of these claims well the two sides had a pretty heated exchange. earlier this week we received yet another report that the assad regime has used chlorine gas against its own people which new bush knows the timing of the announcement was very fortunately chosen around the time of the meeting in paris in the upcoming syrian national congress such as striking tones of us need here in voice of russia to accuse the syrian government will receive any evidence and without wait some investigation to
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finish russia has the audacity to lecture the security council about how to stop the use of chemical weapons he told us we were the strongest advocates for an investigation a professional investigation not an imitation. russia is complicit in the assad regime for atrocities. some countries are still trying to force your organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons put the blame on the muskets they did not understand that in doing so the on the mind of your foresee of this respected organization. this came after secretary tillerson accused assad of perpetrating a chemical attack that supposedly happened on monday let's take a quick look. conducted. rochelle truly bears responsibility for the victims in this and countless others targeted with chemical weapons since russia became involved in syria well the problem is it hasn't even been confirmed that
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attacks even happen let alone who's responsible and there are only two sources saying this and both are notoriously pro rebel number one the syrian observatory for human rights which is comprised of one person based in the u.k. number two the white house so it's safe to say that the u.s. is ascribing blame based solely on online sources and the o.p.c. w. takes months to conduct a thorough investigation so how was the u.s. able to gather all of this information just one day after the alleged attack but going back to secretary tillerson statement he also said that russia would bear all to mitt responsibility which doesn't make any sense considering russia china and bolivia have put forth a draft resolution after draft resolution to look into the attacks all of which the u.s. voted against and of course the fat this fact is conveniently left out of the narrative but this whole row of blame russia game continued at the security council and it seemed to haley statements were more about russia than anything else but at the
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meeting russia said that the joint investigative mess mechanism became a political tool and called for an impartial investigation into all cases of chemical weapons use in syria including the joint investigative mechanisms new reports but even though several other member states supported the proposal of a new impartial investigation the us rejected it saying that it's ready to bring back the old joint investigative mechanism but quote all other suggestions are unacceptable. we're not going to accept any russian proposal that undermines our ability to get to the truth or that politicizes what must be an independent and impartial investigation to. spot the fact that the us dismissed on proposal right from the start reveals the truth they do not need an impartial investors of mechanised humans and. what's interesting is that these chemical attacks allegedly
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happened right before the meeting in vienna and the sochi summit on the syrian crisis that's set to take place in only a few days so the timing of all this is pretty fishy to say the very least right artie's americanos the story develops you'll stay across it for us there from the united states perspective thanks for being with us for more on this we can now cross the live to rick sterling from the serious solidarity movement great thanks as always for being with us here in our two international. so russia they say that a new probe needs to be carried out with experts actually traveling to the site of the chemical attacks in syria this did not happen previously so that just seems like common sense in terms of an investigation why would any one object to that. they would object to it if they are not really interested in finding out the reality or the truth of the matter for example in april. the
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investigation never actually went to the site that. their findings from abroad and and we see it jumping to conclusion here right off the bat. probably you just now the u.s. and its allies who we may remember dump themselves the quote friends of syria in two thousand and twelve twenty twelfth just as they were so lying the armed opposition with weapons the communications equipment and in less than a mile or so propaganda and media support so this is it's suspicious that this is exactly what's going on now but if one wants to find the truth it will take a serious investigation a snap judgment as is happening here well nikki haley said that during the u.n. session the facts come back over and over again that the assad regime continues to use chemical weapons weapons against his own people. is there really any proof that . it no is there the facts that came out regarding the
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famous incident in outer damascus in twenty thirteen ultimately showed that the atrocity was carried out by one of the opposition groups with support from turkey so the fact that actually the quick accusations against the syrian government there were later like you want to be well sent numerous invent investigators including the american seymour hersch came to came to that conclusion that it was not wrong and the syrian government so when serious investigations are done which does take time which takes on the ground. you know examination of the facts are not just rowing on the agents who are actually paid by the west the facts show on bet it in past cases it's been the armed opposition they have a motive for doing this of course which is to direct the u.s. and nato into the conflict do you think that this long running the blame game over
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the chemical weapons and the investigation there is holding back the overall peace process in syria. oh absolutely and it's also interesting what samir a was saying about this the timing being being interesting because we've seen that in the past day or two before can even negotiations start there would be some claim of an atrocity and that's that again it's what we're seeing happen happen here so it's really sad the the it looks like there's a possibility of ending the conflict in syria but evidently there are some forces that just want to prolong it and keep it going it's really sad and just one final point it's pretty stunning hypocrisy to hear the moralizing from the united states which have which actually is the only country to use nuclear weapons and world war two that used. massive amounts to a chemical weapons. and in vietnam and massive amounts of depleted uranium in iraq
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so that countries that use chemical weapons to the greatest extent. and among all countries it is in no position to be more allies well. continue with this blame game idea and the u.s. secretary of state. rex tillerson he claims that russia actually bears the ultimate responsibility for all chemical incidents in syria specifically because of its military role there how logical is that state well i would kind of reverse it and i would say that the united states bears responsibility for the conflict in syria to the extent that the united states and its allies france the u.k. saudi arabia qatar the whole group. it's it's open information this is public knowledge that they've been supplying weapons communications equipment all sorts of
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the board including propagandist information support to the armed opposition so that's a clear violation of international law but you wouldn't start. now do you think other world powers share russia's concerns over the way the chemical probe in syria has been conducted so far. oh oh well we'll see the security council is clearly split along along you know along the lines that we've seen in the past with the west and its allies. almost all of whom were in the so-called friends of syria cynically named and then on the other side if you go which are we can say they're defending damascus but what they're really speaking out in support of is the international law which is supposed to prohibit countries from intervening in the internal affairs of other countries and making threats in and funding an armed go. right rick sterling from the serious solidarity movement always.


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