tv Politicking RT July 14, 2018 9:30am-10:01am EDT
it's not even russian german or german russian it's a multinational enterprise which has many shareholders among them very big companies from various countries and let's put it like this threatening the shareholders as well as threatening russia and germany with sanctions if this project goes further these threats are a big concern and speaking of the enormous amounts of work in terms of craps by both administrations the press secretary admitted that the agenda is far from being war here's mr pastilles with more on that very process. there's no clear agenda existing it will be created by heads of states as they go. we will be showing the ball version of that exclusive interview with the press secretary of the russian president on monday just several hours before donald trump and. me in helsinki. it will in the house where this morning israeli defense forces say
that hamas militants have fired more than a dozen rockets into israel it comes in retaliation to israeli airstrikes that hit several targets in gaza there are no reports of casualties as it stands at the moment the i.d.f. say those strikes targeted a hamas tunnel and other military sites in the southern gaza strip israel claims that it took action after palestinian protesters started to throw explosive devices and fire bombs at troops on the border there now earlier a fifteen year old palestinian boy was killed in clashes there one israeli soldier was also injured in the unrest. i. was. friday's riots marked a hundred days since the start of the so-called march over to palestinians have been rolling border fence every week accusing israel of occupying their ancestral
lands as they see it throughout the day demonstrators put in the home to the israeli forces who responded with tear gas and live bullets in code reports in the city. so i'm only one hundred meters away from the fence that separates gaza strip with israel and as you see palestinian protesters are trying to approach a friends and break it but every time there was an attempt the israeli forces were every act back with live ammunition and here it got palestinians as you see it still come to to the protest are very close to the fence and are burning tires to blur the vision of the israeli snipers that palestinians are still mark defeated and still passionate of the about the great march of return demanding the right of return and demanding breaking the bloke aid on the gaza strip that has been imposed for more than eleven years palestinians today are also protesting expelled expressing their brains in anger against the demolishing of the israelis. but when
village the israelis are also closing more restrictions on procedures on the gaza strip while they're going to close. down crossing which they're not allowing any imports of oil exports to gaza strip and they're only allowing the humanitarian needs you can see the palestinians. angry in expressing their anger at the palestinians say that this is the only way they can achieve their demands expressing their. anger and spreading the phrase to the whole world palestinians continue to raise the palestinian flag up high during the protests and as you see the palestinians are very very close to the fence while they know that there are have really weapons states soldiers stationed along the fence this is one of the injuries that came from the fence just right now. with.
the intent the beginning of the march eighteenth children were directly shot dad and they are including the one hundred thirty eight holliston scale since the beginning of the march. you want to go to international more world news and look who fought of course a huge weekend of wilco football coming up after this break them. when lawmakers manufacture consent to instant of public wealth. when the room in clusters protect themselves. when the final larry go round lifts only the one percent told. to ignore middle of the room signals. from the news is.
just standing in the middle of the street and someone reaches in their back in their back with a waistband they cop is not going to sit there and no give them the benefit of the doubt because people should be reachin in a waste bin with cops having guns trained on the same police don't move. good morning at seven fifty moscow time now has president trump wraps up the official part of his controversial u.k. two questions still hung over a new trade deal not between london and washington caleb maupin explains more in
the lead up to the meeting between the two leaders we saw the publishing of an interview with donald trump that suggested he was harshly critical of the prime minister of the united kingdom if they do a deal like that it will most likely because we'll be dealing with the. european union instead of dealing with the u.k. so it will probably kill the deal with if they do that deal with us is probably not good but i think the deal that you're striking is not with the people voted on it was not the deal that was in the referendum and no they have a lot of resignation so a lot of people don't. know but it will definitely affect trade with the united states unfortunate negative way however when donald trump was speaking alongside to resume he argued that this interview was essentially he called it fake news he said that his words were taken out of context and he actually has
a very positive view of the british leader and that the relationship is doing just fine and like trump theresa may was also optimistic give our relationship terms of grade the highest level of special yesterday had breakfast lunch and dinner with there is really something very special not an excellent discussion here there was something something very special this incredible woman right here. a very smart very tough very capable person the broadest de peyster most advanced security cooperation special relationship i think prime minister may for her partnership have a lot of respect for the prime minister special relationship a long tradition. friendship collaboration and i think she's a terrific woman i think she's doing a terrific job. this isn't so much a question of goodwill or teresa mayes goodwill the special relationship this is a question of international law if you've committed to maintaining the rule book as
you put it i believe that that's what the white paper suggests then you're not going to be able to trade agreements dynamic trade agreements with other countries because you're going to be stuck with regulations although theresa may says otherwise so i think that's very confusing it's a little bit misleading to the public. reaction from large sections of the british public to trump's visit something stark contrast to the official reception that reason may gave him tens of thousands of people took to the streets of london to crying trump stansell migration also breaks it but he. was. so. sick to think that. i think trump represents everything that we stand against and the policies that he
stay in place in the rhetoric that he's used is harming millions of people not just in the u.s. but you know believe and we think it's absolutely shameful that's the reason may went out of our way to invite the low trump yeah to do so in our name and that's why all clear message its days by snow in our name donald trump in the things that he represents a not welcome yeah the reason me is willing to throw the country under the bus the road by using the opinions of the british public under the bus so that she can close the up to trump and that's absolutely unacceptable. meanwhile british prime minister treason may has been criticized for she expresses support for english football team for some the gesture didn't seem sincere of course of her government boycotted the games here in russia.
thank you i. yeah politics aside it is the biggest weekend of football that russia has ever seen coming up an anticipation through the roof ahead of that huge france croatia final sunday before but later today we're going to set the clash with england in st petersburg for third place both teams really the chance of taking a major problem but. nail biting status semifinals what.
was i was . was it was. i was that was i was thankful was. i the big question now is can belgium repeat their victory over england they beat the three lions one nil in the group stage we focus we spoke to our fans ahead of the game coming up later today. would you rather win tomorrow would lose the final hour out on win tomorrow place is not about results it's
a very good results i'm proud of england playing a final is more important than play for the third place i think that is the i mean that is unique right but it will be or best result if you get the play so i think absolutely will go for the first and fourth is nothing is it no one remembers for the four people you remember the first or the second that did a final news yeah definitely. yeah you should be there on the final because we want our president. are you confident but tomorrow you could start to think you can win. four zero i guess for sure yeah well ahead of the third place playoffs in some places but we got another funs i view of that peta for capital. there are many ways to explore the city of st peters but you can get a rooftop view all you can say one of the many tools around the city. you
can take it one of these the cup a cup which is a classic soviet vehicle and. this is. my grandma. so it's going to drive us around the city he's going to give us pleasure. in this love i'm joined by brother for results so we're going to enjoy these sites together that's cool i didn't. know that brazil how to support in the next in the final in the final probably correct because the dog. elected. stepping in for you but i'm.
looking that's nice. and a dance this week in advance. by going to the close of. one of the speech and the sun. obviously you've been to the stadium you went to watch the semifinal that's what i would do you think of the state of i'm not into. his one. i'm loving all of the really take home. side effect of exactly. so football's biggest much just a day away from croatia for the ultimate title of the luzhniki stadium here in moscow on sunday and one very talented full legged pundit say no which team will lift the trophy.
a change agent writes about as a nice way to say he's crazy in any way he's going to go into any situation and just over turn the table and say let's start from scratch with exactly what is needed for the united states because the united states was very poorly positioned to head into the twenty first century so we need a guy like trump to come in there and just you know knock over all the pieces on the chess board and start playing checkers i mean and start all over again. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education being supplanted by the right to access education low its high education is becoming just another product that can be born and sold so this is not just about education anymore it's also about running a business where you could you know most of the regime could this also. literally couldn't be. more it is the place of students in the. business model for college i was born now i'm running stream or higher education the new global economic
war. time action or a time when going underground is jeremy corbyn trade union leaders celebrate one hundred forty eight years of the biggest working class festival in europe the darren miners golla in north east england coming up in the show as trump seals the deal in the u.k. tax past comes up six hundred fifty billion dollars plus two hundred raytheon missiles from the us palestinians continue to face my anglo-american armed israeli fire but is it the beginning of the end of israeli goods in the european union we speak to ireland's former presidential candidate senator david norris and with the british government in collapse up to top level resignations we asked former shadow
fire and emergency services minister chris williamson if jeremy corbin would do better as prime minister buss i should mention that we're very fortunate today to be joined in the public gallery one of all gatherers by two members of the own simmons family. are all all smug all american family bound they all simmons turn up at pm queues the list of all coming up today is going underground fast as u.s. president trump plays golf in the country his mother's but scotland today palestinians continue to miss their wounds this was released this week from palestine as union of health work committees affiliated so front yeah. my.
scenes there from the outcome of the great return much as campaign which began when trump moved the u.s. embassy in tel aviv to palestine's capital during the may oppose the embassy move and urged greater restraint by israeli soldiers but it is clear who britain's minority government support here's a video posted on israeli pm netanyahu as you tube channel we are proud of our pioneering role in the creation of the state of israel we are proud to stand here today together with prime minister netanyahu and declare our support for israel predictable then the british arms sales to israel under tourism may reach the record levels according to the campaign against the arms trade just ahead of prince william is a meeting with netanyahu but some believe like pink floyd legend roger waters that a boycott is required here he is urging one to irish politicians if this bill is
passed. it would become illegal in ireland to import products wrong settlements in palestine which is we all agree are illegal they contravene the fourth geneva convention while that may be international or other musicians certainly haven't called for the cultural boycott of israel demanded by waters in the neck of the campaign against apartheid south africa joining the likes of elton john and lady gaga arianna metallica justin bieber madonna paul mccartney depeche mode the rolling stones and radiohead is nick cave who expressed his opposition to the b.d.s. movement there's two reasons maybe you won't why i'm here one is that i love this room and i love israeli people and to is to make a principled stand against anyone who tries to censor and silence musicians well musicians don't look set to be censored in ireland but the bill backed by roger waters would make it an offense to purchase goods and services from israeli settlements which have been condemned by ireland and the e.u.
as illegal joining me now from the irish capital is a ward winning human rights activist and irish independent senator david norris he's a former presidential candidate who for thailand's anti homosexuality law to become the first openly gay person to be elected to public office senator thanks so much for joining us just before we get to palestine as it were the your opinion on the violence in derry they saying the worst for years seventy four petrol bombs on one night this week was extremely nasty and it's a great pity that stormont is not in action because you need somebody centrally in control. take care of this situation it's a tiny tiny and utterly under-represented of number of dissident republicans who are manipulating this thing small children involved but they didn't do it on their own other being manipulated guns have been used pipe bombs blast bombs this kind of
thing and it's. really does show the dangers of a border in our and if there's any kind of hard border and around the would be buildings and installations the real be a prime target for distant republicans tell me about the significance of the bill that passed the senate this week where it was a bill that was promoted by a colleague of mine senator francis black i was one of the signatories turkish and what it does is in line with united nations explicitly stated policy it is not a trade block it is not a boycott what it is it singles out goods that are illegally produced in the settlements and are not marked as such and are sold as israeli produce in europe tell me about the farmers palestinian farmers that you invited apparently to the vote in the senate the farmers came it was. a family
farmers very decent mild not aggressive people but their land has been raped from them by by the israelis and i've seen it myself i've seen pathetic little hopeful's being demolished by israeli tanks i raised a lot of money fifty five thousand euros to put in solar energy plants in some of the small villages and they were dismantled by the israelis we had. a serious treatment plant that was put in and paid for by the european union bombed flat joined the blitzkrieg on garza in ninety eight in two thousand and fourteen they targeted schools hospitals mosques sure its treatment plants water treatment plants chick. farms everything
just appalling the world stands by and with regard to europe there is a euro med trade agreement between the european union and israel attached to it the human rights protocols i have repeatedly called for them even to be monitored and the european union has done nothing whatever about it is degrading to the whole concept of human rights to have these protocols attached to a treaty to stand idly by when there are massive human rights violations and war crimes being committed and ignore that and don't even monitor the human rights protocols maybe you can see why people are opposed to the european union than some of it there are lots of things wrong with the european union but it's the best we have and i think it's very interesting from your point of view that mr trump and mr putin's who is not at all
a friend of the european union. or add it him on this of course i have to say. i do not care for mr putin at all nor do i care for his utterly homophobic government but they were right about crimea in my opinion crimea was the cradle of russia and it's absurd. to to complain about it being taken back into into the fold of russia i think that's a nonsense as you just had for of years and homosexuality they'll g.v. thi rights are legal in russia but as you sure refer to is the clause twenty eight style promotion of a sexual the law which has come under so much criticism in remarks human rights activists but just before you mention but others not it's you know it's i'm sorry it's much much more than that i've seen members of parliament. using filthy and
disgraceful language invading a peaceful meeting of gay people and trashing them with the most appalling insults it is quite disgusting and it is offensive to any sense of human rights and the russian orthodox church is up to its ears in this as well but will love is an appalling thing for somebody like myself who is a committed christian to see a major christian church behaving in this utterly un-christian way that oversees the comment from both the members here and the orthodox church in moscow you mention god and you know that the israeli embassy here will merely say you see the problem is we have to demolish maybe two hundred homes just this year because it's all hamas is fault well how mass was the legally elected government of ministration in garza i have no particular bias for hamas i doubt very
much if i would survive very long in the company of a mouse as an openly gay man but one violation of human rights doesn't equal doesn't rule out another violation of human rights and when and how mass became the legally constituted authorities there the rest the world just completely ignored them because they were seen as is a fundamentalist i mean you know it is you know others across north you and others have claimed of course that hamas was initially funded by the israeli government oh yes it was i had that confirmed to me by a senior official in the in the israeli foreign office they can deny it now all they like they did there i'm sure hamas and israel will try and deny that but what did you think of the reaction and what it is think of the reaction to this vote in the senate from israel the defense minister the defense minister lieberman saying there is no point in dialogue with ireland now and. at the same time israel is
saying irish politicians have damaged the chances of dialogue no i don't hear the doubters the chance the dialogue or tall our foreign minister is a totally decent man he believes in dialogue and all those would but the israelis are. bringing him along dog fooling him if the bill passes the doorbell what if israel takes its embassy out of dublin well i mean that would be very regrettable but it would be a very foolish act on the part of the israelis in my opinion and i don't think alan can accept responsibility if the israelis decide off their own bat to close their embassy i mean i was not in favor of throwing the israeli ambassador out some people are calling for that because i think it is important to keep channels of communication open of course the new foreign minister here after the resignation of morris johnson opposes b.d.'s and i'm sure they'll be maybe discussing