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i know it's kind of like him but. yeah. my. i don't know. what exactly are you. going to. be doing is it anything that you know. i'm. going to be the last it's. cave dwellers until missionaries arrived in the one nine hundred seventy s. most rituals are now forgotten or performed only for tourists. have been consumed
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by civilization all the quickly the whole. valley. but it one of the old model that's not. an open on the table. that been. warning for them but other than the. money it's about me and i. mean. the idea of spending money to acquire region to acquire territory to acquire.
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wealth is an oxymoron there is no more wealth to acquire the ecosystem is collapsing the economy is flooded with worthless paper and the species is migrating over to the digital sphere feasibly these networks and platforms people are uploading their minds into cyberspace and hope to become immortal so every dollar spent on defense every dollar spent by the pentagon is a wasted dollar it's a one thousand eight hundred seventeen sixteenth century mindset it's completely antiquated and it's utterly worthless. he says. the church secret indeed just as the priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it literally i like to call this the do graphic solution so what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is is
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a perpetrator is simply moves him to a different spot were the previous standards not the highest ranks of the catholic church conceal the accused priests from the police and justice system to that end it has known that as the end then i conclude that it is this is out in the. street. you know world of big partisan. lot and conspiracies it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door. and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now. for watching closely for watches the hawks.
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towers of confiscated chainsaws have become the hallmarks of the piano and the environment's organization but as strange as that may seem pinoy doesn't just tax poachers it also represents them in courts and sees the rural poor are forced to cut down trees as victims of the corporations and corrupt politicians as our governor. current eight before. he won the projects crossing forest it's an old growth forest there meaning forest the word in his third. it doesn't matter there are a lot all developments development in terms of the invasion. it's the areas are all the ones that are forest. and now. you sell something.
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they use indigenous people. in. the trees. clearing the area in the more are there. did you notice people's birdy as trees every week there is a report on illegal activities after cutting trees when the area is being cleared already that's where the companies go in. there all and tragic but then usually the ones who are being caught are the beasts or the poor farmers and. all. of the other big. now out oh
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wow. we have bodies having them. every big no we already are locked the door for you if. you know or lay on him pretty much him simply going and they are much like the language and they all can only are in there now only they are now really and the minute somebody an era now going to garner come on here and i got fifty. dollars is a move to let him fuck me. migranyan. brain the whole feel of our son well and i'm content that will. add up and this army. in one month someone out in the barbecue that we. will be money because you made a simple mark on our air. we came into.
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the room where more than anything is the marking of anything before our patience our you when you think you. and i. couldn't wait to give you things that are go. to something most part of the money supply the one part come into play. after the poachers become guides they often end up siding with the colleges offering information about illegal logging but back into fatal. the philippines the second only to brazil in the world for that some on environmental activists.
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here it is very risky last year we had our environment that he was shot and i'm pretty sure the same year. of the indigenous leader. there on the previous years also. well when we fought and i was down here and i'm doing my practice even better united many of them and all of a sudden a man just found and told me that jerry was shot in my mind i was thinking the so probably just a minor minor wound but then i run to the area where he was shot i saw him bloodied on the ground. in the medical field and somehow know that he's a goner and they're going to try it to see if the spirit was with me in the proceeding to be strong he has exposed a lot of things specially against government the government our politicians. would
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do a lot to for upshaw and the biggest exposure was the. money which was not utilized properly for defeat on the spot but then by politicians and and specially the one who's now suspected or alleges mastermind the. i don't mean it's before he died. he was supposed to come to me and then me half an hour and a nice wife called me up she was gone i said why are you crying gerry you were shot i said what i just. brought. he wanted to start a. signature to stop the mining and we did it. for one of our you expose no no no of his death was when he got there because he had these three joe show and. politicians primarily joy when i think
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it's documented. i cannot say that it does regret the world. that he did what he did because somebody has to do it and also i believe in what he say. and after he died i took over the community based in a well to him project and i told the people not to be worried because we have to continue. to give them important information about how important the environment is to their lives and their sustainability do survive. i mean my must abandon all new model united on your. little one. it's only going to talk to nobody.
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can we do to. stop on our own mission. you know if you know. now mean. you've been up. you. know on. the link below one we're not.
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going to revote but our two minute. reports you don't want to be able. to call those you know. where you're. going really. long to rejoin. the didn't they learn to live if. they really are here. in. jena lopez lost her job as secretary because of her uncompromising position on illegal mining the situation is like the philippines it's so. with the you would be with gore and at the same time. also a lot of men around. the right choice has to be me the areas which have my legs but that's really too bad they have two minds there it's already one
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of the best minds in the country and they've built the whole wood down there based on their mining thousands of people just based on their mind so it seems good. it seems good but the economic growth is negative zero. and i talk to people that they're living near by the silt he's already got into their families and this number they cannot be. not before i see it and i fight ninety five percent of the miami beer and goes all the no going to go on to me so that's why the people did mean war and by law when there should be zero poverty very deep . siegel to not begin a mine mine you know fired up non muslims. and. then fled then what am i from now. on this in the body would be good in its socket . no no no no no no no i don't. see it and i'm
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not going to. go to the president and we're gonna put a bong build up a little i want to move. on you don't. want to let me. tell you some of. the farmers reported to me that they started cutting the trees and when i went there together with our policemen they did not allow me to enter so i think for three times i went there and i was not allowed to enter it and the guards are our arm so i had most of trade to go there. just me and by the guys. on the fourth time. i said i will enter it even if they will not allow me. even if they will shoot me i was sewing my. eye but i have
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seen. or heard one. and together with the farmers and begin. people we knew were able to get the inside and saw that the prestige on the. west side close timing of the forest is so close so committed going forward what they did was wearing first their young. and then after that. time remaining troops. however even if they have. more than and they've been there there's one day how the fourth quarter number of priests on the day i mean there is. you know biology is more than twenty six thousand trees so if you would include the small trees i
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say it's more than one hundred thousand. but then i think. when i took that i learned. from the spirit from i want to find out for months. but also you know. maybe. eighty. eight. eighty. one of them but it's going. to. begin. with the i'm. glad my door oh sure. what album of the scores my dad to pick to be released because.
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i know you want to show my dad dean martin real exactly why i did you know to know the place down we'll. probably my number of i'll be your album your second. you know that little i do know. about the other leo i didn't. check in with blank. but i did good mother found. it that way it worked out better back of his head by the know for. sure if you were in a place but it. might be in this me up i. don't but obligated. to that i'd cut your life. pretty bad. i could live. here but i'm a bit adolescent because of. the political battle. i'm
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going to leave. the senate after going to your post because. you. trump's imitation to put me to visit the white house is postponed putting turns around inviting trump to moscow just trump out a grand plan regarding russia or is he merely keeping the campaign promise this and much much more efficient of crosstalk. zia's says harlan kentucky. we've all seen this movie the boy sees the world and three families are in the in.
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a coma any city with almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone or the wisest said. that it was love to see these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that is anything ever happened to the coal mines here and that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's how it's happened. he. built.
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the divide over breakfast it takes up amid reports the u.k.'s ami is set to fly in food and medicine in case of a no deal with the e.u. . the shocking postwar practices exposed in canada where all storage is forced thousands of unmarried mothers to give up their babies and there was no conversation about with me about how i got pregnant all they cared about was the fact that i was. pregnant and that i had a baby. that they can. take. and the u.s. . troops have been operating in for more than six months adding to the long list of
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countries where america is fighting its so full of war on terror. kevin everyone will be here with a full use program from the top of the next town hall next one on the national cross talk looks at russia policy and to the u.k. and ireland it's time for renegade. hello and welcome to cross talk where all things considered i'm peter lavelle trumps imitation to putin to visit the white house is postponed putin turns around inviting trump to moscow. a grand plan regarding russia or is he merely keeping a campaign promise this and much much more on this edition of crossfire.
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cross talking trump's agenda i'm joined by my guest here in moscow erich krauss he's an independent political risk analysis we also have a bobbit she's a political analyst with sputnik international and in london we cross the charles schumer bridge he is a security analyst and a former u.k. army and counterterrorism intelligence officer right gentlemen crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want i always appreciate charles let me go to you first in london here we had after the afterglow of helsinki trump appeared to have want to have another bite at the apple and then he changed his mind we can talk about why that happened and then potent turns around and invites trump to moscow the same kind of perilous jeopardy or is. a different gambit in play go ahead charles in london what i think fought for both presidents showed what is possible and what is possible once the operators of crecy or shall we say what
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trump himself might even call the deep state is pushed to one side as we know in the house think it was very much of a one on one conversation apart from the interpreters and we still don't know the full extent of what was discussed and although much in american media and british media even have pointed to that in a very prejudicial way as if we should know everything that is discussed between leaders of course this is completely normal of course when it comes to conferences and meetings between people of course there's an awful lot of chatter that goes on behind the scenes and that's as it has to be as in any negotiation and himself would point out few people in the planet as he would say know more about negotiation than he does but of course i think the reaction back in united states and the united kingdom. countries that of course are very much opposed to policies in many ways his policies of trying to seek some kind of agreement with most countries and certainly with russia and probably behind the scenes with china and as we saw korea of course we can talk and we have talked many times in the past on
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this program and elsewhere about the vested interests that lie in not promoting that kind co-operative agenda there's an agenda of course of confrontation and there are too many vested interests in now and we can go into so i think from what i've expected to be a response he received and he's played that quite well if you like go to the media go to the deep state establishment the political establishment united states by saying hey we're inviting this arch enemy of the entire world as putin is portrayed in the media over here to the very homeland itself then when there was the shock and awe over that and then when nobody actually came played it by saying ok i'll postpone now and then of course in steps. a grand chess master and exam invited him exactly exactly what's your reaction because i can understand why trump backed away because i think he wants the midterms to get out of the way and we
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still have the mother investigation going on here but what it putin invite trump basically putin has other things. there then the united states mr putin is russia is faced with a lot of challenges with a lot of things which need reform and there is no interest for the russian state for the russian deep state whatever to be engaged in constant warfare with one of the largest and most powerful geo political players on the globe so basically putin's line is very simple he is looking for relatives really to be able to talk not shouting for already they've already met the man they've already met say i mean it seemed to me that you would need some kind of concrete step and that you know and kind of agreeing with eric here i mean ok the ice has been broken but what could the russian side expect with another meeting so close on the heels of helsinki well at least some improvement there with russian diplomatic premises in
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the u.s. which are being occupied i'm sorry against that war you know russia. famous american courts are pretty slow but also let me remind you who told us that postponing their meeting john bolton has said that let me quote him until there when chart is over well to hear from john bolton about which but that is something you know that we don't really know you know what that tells me and tells me that john bolton loeb's power he wants very key because you know you want to tell you it's not going to be over any time soon it is the one straw that the democratic party has to. eighteen months after the election they're still argue with the referee this is a suicide note on the table one of the things gentlemen. i keep saying this and that maybe this is going to be my signature comment for the year ok try this mitt putin campaign promise kept ok check done let me go back to charles
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in london i think all of us took a look at this article in the spectator and there's no author attached to it trumpet trades the elites a sense that the u.s. always is a peer in democracy loving you know it's really quite interesting because the authors of this article essentially say that trump is the first post exceptional as president of the united states it's a remarkable characterization go ahead charles it's wonder i it won't surprise you to hear that i absolutely agree with yeah i think it's an excellent article yeah it's very well timed and i think it hits the nail on the head and i would recommend readers viewers to try and get hold of that and you know to eat it myself but it's actually in line with what yourself peter myself and others two and a half years ago on this program and elsewhere we were discussing that this is likely to be what would happen in india and having it's not just as the article says that this is why the state dislikes trump it's why they disliked the prospect
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of two and a half years ago because they predicted that this is what's going to happen trump is effectively as the article says he is a transactional personality he's a president that conducts diplomacy in terms of trying to action is another something just to say transactions in terms of business although he does do a lot of that as well and again i would say that none of what i'm saying here is in support of from or against from his just seems to me to be a factual observation there he regards diplomacy as transactions and therefore of course he benefits very much from his business experience and he conducts one to one meetings and not just with putin but around the world and that is bringing some benefits it is reducing tensions at a time when much of the day. you use you use that term loosely bad abusive term benefits that's very interesting benefit benefiting who let me read to. out of it here but in crucial ways the national is bigger he trump and bodies is not necessarily one and the same with the exceptional nation meet those which has
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animated the self conception of the american political class for decades for his detractors in that in the think tanks in the elite media institutions this is heresy the. point is that trump has understood some of trump is an american supremacist he is not an american exceptionalism he sees that america as a conglomeration of business interests and it is his job to forward to further their interests and this is what he's seeking to do what trump has understood with a certain animal cloning is that the united states is threatened by one country and one country only and that country is not russia so to push russia into the arms of china is is madness it's already happened we'll talk about this i'm going to have to talk about who is opposed and i think much of his strategy because his character may sometimes seem a bit wild and woolly and unpredictable but that does not mean that there is not
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a well thought out strategy no i think so i think there is trying to do he's going to be a strategy and the strategy is to minimize threats to american soccer elites deemer where's democracy promotion you know. where is you know neil liberal agenda in all it's not the garrets not part of that i'm still hopeful he does not go there and then stop there and that's what makes them so angry. and i lived in this article they say you know that trump is not an american nationalist transsexualism but the people who go to america involved in all of these wars in libya in iraq are they really american nationalists did they really just serve american national interest i love the recent presentation by tucker carlson who said that i'm quoting him people who know it's your strawman of being a russian puppet happened to be the same people who had been mismanaging our
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foreign policy for the past.


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