build up to it or not i know i've always gotten out of him by. knowing. yeah yeah. actually my. guy gave. the story joy i don't know. what exactly are you. going to. be doing is it anything that you think you know. somebody is going to be the last. cave dwellers until missionaries are violated in the one nine hundred seventy s. most rituals are now forgotten or performed only for tourists so have been consumed
by civilization called secretly the whole town down the. valley. but it went to the bottom of the. bring your own mom up on the. nine year old and an open on the table and going to be in. a. bottle with one of us and it doesn't open them. in the. morning it's out for them but other than the. money it's about me and. me and the old. flannel and.
the idea of spending money to acquire region to acquire territory to acquire 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 these are b. these networks and platforms people are uploading their minds into cyberspace and hope to be come in more people so every dollar spent on defense every dollar spent by the pentagon is a wasted dollar that's a nineteenth eighteenth seventeenth sixteenth century mindset it's completely antiquated and it's utterly worthless.
right we're all set to start in five yes the studio has no signal. to. me so i'm going to talk about. just maybe right after the mars explorers one who would have their. own rocket. to say what he. told me in this room welcome to sophie and tell him so see shevardnadze and today we've got lots to talk about in our program and our guests. good luck little. towers of confiscated chain saws have become the hallmarks of the pm tonight finance organization. but as strange as that may seem pinero it doesn't just catch
poachers it also represents them in court can i say sion sees the rural poor forced to cut down trees as victims of the corporations and corrupt politicians as our governor. before. he wanted projects crossing forest it's an old world. forest. in his. he doesn't matter there are all developments development in terms of the invasion. it's the area as are all the ones forest. and now. he's on probation. they use indigenous people. in the. trees.
clearing the area in their. thirty s. neighborhood trees every week there is a report on illegal activities. in the area being cleared already that's where the companies go in. their own projects but then usually ones who are being caught are the beasts or the poor farmers and. all. of the. whole. bodies have a number. of no one to her name are. door for you is. you
know leon it's in pretty much him simply going in there much like the language. can only near now only they are now ready and the minute somebody an era now going to encounter them or need another dish the. force is so much alike and room for. modern man brain the whole feel of our bond well and that i'm content that will. add up and us army. in one month someone out in the barbecue that we. will be running the coop to nederland and simple more air. we can remember. but i thought there were more than anything in the marking of any fifty four hour patient hour even if it were real. and done.
but it will be giving you things that are oh. except that no one has come along and support really none of them in case. after the cultures become gods they often end up siding with the colleges offer an information about illegal logging but that can prove fatal. the philippines the second only to brazil in the world for deaths among environmental activists. here and by law and it is very risky last year we have our environment that it was shut down operations in the same year we are all sort of the indigenous peoples.
then on the previous years also. well when he stopped and i was down there trying to remind the fact that you know better united many of them and all of a sudden a man just found and told me that jerry was shot in my mind that was. a probably just a minor minor wound but then i ran to the area where he was shot i saw him on the ground. in the medical field and somehow know that he's a goner and that going to try to save the spirit with me in the proceeding to be strong he has exposed a lot of things specially against government the government our politicians. do a lot of corruption and the biggest exposure was the. money which was not utilized. for defeat on the spot but then by the chanson and
specially the one who saw suspected or a legit mastermind. then minutes before he died. he was supposed to come down with me and then 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. by you know noise he's deaf was when he got there because he had these three joe show and he kept on hitting the. document then. i cannot say that it was regrettable. that he did what he did because somebody. to do it and also i believe in what he say. and
after he died i took over the community bases in project and i told the people not to be worried because we have to. give them important information about how important the environment is to their lives and their sustainability do survive. i mean my must attend an all new tomorrow night on your. own. little while i'm going to learn to deal with it don't go to. talking about it. bug you too much. too big now i mean. it's not that i. can be good to. and i mean you. don't know. someone i don't
they did it in. your living in the. only real hour here. in. jena lopez lost her job as the environmental secretary because of her uncompromising position on illegal mining the situation. 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 like but that. they have two minds there it's already one of the best minds in the country they've built the whole down there based on their mining thousands of people just based on their mining so it seems good. it seems
good but the economic growth is negative zero. and i told the people that they're living near by the silt he's already got me into their families and this number they cannot be. the five nine five ninety five percent of them i may be earning goes out of the not going to go on to me so that's why the people do mean war and by law when there should be zero poverty very deep. sea goodwill to not begin a mine of mine you know fired up now muslims. are still. going to. lead them on my front and i don't i'm not dissing the police would be good in its socket. because the owner you know. the sick and the nominee. to go to one of them has a gun on me and they gonna put a bong build a long couple it's not going to move. on you don't. want to let me. finally
get 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 armed so i had most of trade to go there. just me and by the guards. on the fourth time. i said i will enter it even if they will not allow me. even if they will shoot me i am west soldiering my. life but i have seen. or heard.
and together with the farmers and the good. people we knew were able to get the inside and saw that the prestige on the. west side close to the forest is so close so comedically for what they did was wearing percy again. and then after that. time remaining terms. however even if they helped. and more than ever in their first one they how the four thousand number of priests on that day i mean there is. you know biology is more than twenty six thousand trees so if you would include the small trees i said it's more than one hundred thousand. but then i think. when i took that i learned. from the spirit of them i want to
i'll be you all when you're back. well you know that little i didn't know. a million miles i didn't believe sheppard like you. but i do could murder ballads yes. better not write more about cows better come back he said i think that the three of them aren't going to put it working and i might be eventually up by. a little but i'm going to see i know all cargo like you've got quite a life. for you back. i could live. here but i'm a bit i don't lash out because of having. to political bank. i'm going to. the senate you're going to get your punishment. believe. me.
this is says harlan kentucky. over all of this move from boise people going straight fanny's lead to. a co money city with almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal was a 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 if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in a million years i would see that and it's happening it's happening to.
join me every thursday on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sports business i'm showbusiness i'll see that. this is. a church secret indeed priests accused of sexually abusing children can get away with it literally i like to call this the do graphic solution. what the bishop needs to do then he finds out that the priest is a perpetrator is simply moves him to a different spot where the previous. highest ranks of the catholic church help conceal the accused priests from the police and justice system to that has not been
as the i intend to include. heavy weapons used by terrorists in syria traced back to saudi arabia which brought them from the us an independent investigation track the serial numbers of those missiles will tell you more coming up. to your story a subpoena secretly allowing sort of following american travelers even those not under investigation with official saying it's common practice that for most of the law and for many. that debate issues well. this is yes it's hysteria in sweden every weekend of wiles' of privilege if you don't want to get every car you don't want to go over a list of why why europe's migrant crisis takes new emergency measures to control
the flow of refugees and in italy charity organizations they have revealed that migrant children are being sexually abused. the man offered to help and said he would child human in exchange for sexual services been alone with my father's friend who before continue the journey subjected. and abuse me and also coming up this hour a special report on how the rise in the far right in japan is affecting the north korean community. by the morning it's eighteen inches of the thirty first of july live here doxies moscow h.q. it's kevin zero in with the world views right up for the next half hour a lot of weapons discovered in the formerly terrorist controlled areas of eastern aleppo and syria were made in the u.s. and then bought by saudi arabia that's according to an investigation by the war
correspondent robert fisk he trucked serial numbers on the missile casings and tried to find how those weapons then end up in the terrorists' hands kind of open looks more closely at the results of the probe this is a weapons factory located in bosnia most likely you have never heard of it but it's here that the weapons were manufactured for one of the bloodiest battles in syria lots of homes were destroyed and lots of civilians were killed in western aleppo by those questionable rebels. we got it almost exactly eight o'clock in the morning and it happened at the worst possible time just as thousands of children would go into school the first shell actually came in between these buildings you know that then the children were on their way to school when a mortar shell landed. a few of them were killed near them they went to mar school
a thirteen year old lost her foot in a rebel shelling three weeks ago and it did this to. the rebels launched the rocket it's ten o'clock in the morning seconds later a tate the national school of aleppo three of the children died on the spot so the rebels and now pushing closer and closer. we're in the al assad cell. and the rebels are pushing into aleppo again. by sunset nine dead over one hundred civilians injured. now most of those rebels are tied to the al qaeda linked al nusra a terrorist group but let's focus on those weapons that they used robert fisk an
investigative reporter was able to trace those weapons back to that very factory in bosnia he was able to get a hold of the factories logbook and getting in touch with the former weapons control director the director recognized his signature in the logbook and from there was able to determine who the buyer was it's a warranty for the hundred twenty millimeter shell this is standard it went to saudi arabia it was pull to the supply of five hundred i remember the saudi shipment well the saudis came to a factory to inspect the weapons at the beginning of. twenty sixteen but the response from saudi officials was pretty much a denial they said that the investigation was vegan undefined however their response seemed pretty vague as well saudi arabia is a leading voice within the international community in support of a diplomatic solution to the conflict in syria while at the same time working with our neighbors and allies to counter the growth of forces of extremism but it's not
just saudi arabia the former weapons director says that nato and the united states pretty much run the show at the weapons making the syllabi when the saudis came to our factory to inspect at the beginning of twenty sixteen there was a saudi minister and some saudi officers who was the came to inspect the weapons before receiving them the offices will civilian clothes the minister was in a robe or production off to the bulls and war is under the control of the americans and nato who are always coming here and they know each and every piece of weaponry that leaves off factory. we also asked nato for a response but they didn't have any details to share even though the weapons were actually made to the nato standards need to doesn't transfer arms or i mean nation for and for the questions we would refer you to national authorities now another trace from the basement of this former terrorist base in aleppo is the markings on
the casing of a missile now if you take a look the first number here this represents the type of missile the second number however is the stock number you'll notice that it contains the figure zero one now that's the nato code representing the united states it turns out that this t o w anti-tank missile was manufactured at a facility in the united states by the raytheon systems company this missile would have been manufactured and sold by huge raytheon absolutely legally to a nato or friendly on the pro american power government defense ministry you name it and they will exist for it's an end use this is to forget it and e.u. see the documents of impeccable provenance which will be signed by the bias in this case by the chaps who purchased the town missiles in very large numbers stating that they own the final recipients of the weapons this is not the first time this
has happened syria is actually littered with weapons that are made to nato standards and some of which have actually been manufactured in the united states the question now is how much do washington and nato know about their weapons falling into the hands of the very terrorists they claim to be fighting there is a deafening silence a purposeful lack of interest a purposeful apathy and the reason for this is simple the us government and the military industrial complex and the corporate owned media that functions as an echo chamber for the military industrial complex actually does not care the us gov. prosecute those who they say aid and abet terrorism well guess what american war contractors are aiding and abetting terrorism but the u.s. judicial system the justice department the long arm of american law enforcement will not be used against these same military corporations which in fact they're
subsidized receive a form of welfare from american taxpayers every year. in syria civilians and i believe the northwest and province of idlib via russian sponsored humanitarian corridor the move follows the decision to allow militants and rebels now to settle the thing it's into the last bastion in the country that. at. the minute and so grand good they demanded six million liras they to call it two songs when we reached the checkpoint they threatened us and who had to turn back now we're going home where from mom while the.
other was help to detect explosives and of weapons we press the button and scan the object as the special indicates this call is one hundred percent clean but we've seen calls with. the majority of people come with skin and breathing problems all children and the mothers have been checked over they were given recommendations and madison to start . with.
spend revealed that u.s. authorities have been secretly tracking american travelers under a surveillance program called quiet skies the move targets people who haven't actually been investigated by any u.s. agency but still nonetheless may. pose a risk suspicious behavior like strong body odor or regular sleeping patterns and changing hairstyle or clothes could even flag up someone for this kind of surveillance the unit then compiles individual daily reports after the story broke the agency issued a statement claiming actually it's standard practice to do this for me deployed on flights in furtherance of the t.s.a. mission to ensure the safety and security of passengers crew members and aircraft throughout the aviation sector what do you think about it it's kind of shocking is that ok party's got reaction to this from investigative reporter dave.