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tv   Documentary  RT  October 8, 2018 8:30am-8:57am EDT

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god. the macallan bus station is one of those places where everything begins. from macallan a city in southeast texas you only look straight ahead you can only discover the united states. every day at around three o'clock in the afternoon the monotonous rhythm of the
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station changes when the federals unload a new group of central american immigrants. from what you know. was a minogue. ride the sponsor of one i'll make allen is an immigration hot spot. on your book. shelf full of. advice. on the world. i'm waiting on the other side of the border in the mexican drain osa bestia the freight train that crosses all of mexico packed with immigrants.
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get off of it a little. bit i did open up. the boat in. from the bus station to the reception center at the church of the sacred heart it's barely five hundred meters. a short journey but loaded with tension. the end of fear unmasks infinite tiredness uncertainty is etched on every face. for this new life that begins today they barely have enough clothes and documents to fill a plastic bag. smiles
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and applause relaxed and you come us. they'll spend a few hours in this shelter. that you hold up on. just to show a heat change their closing before returning to the station and catching a bus. that will take them to a temporary destination in the united states. wants . to be that when i. obey the cafe that i. want them out of. because i've been in long beach. going to
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a long beach minutes in the. second. their response is always follow the same pattern just hours ago they crossed the rio grande by boat after paying the coyote for a fifty dollars per person journey. the border patrols intercepted them and they don't have criminal records that's why they're permitted to live at the home of a relative or friend until a judge decides their final destination either within the united states for back in their own country. that supports or. you know up with.
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manuel grew up in the land of drug dealers in honduras he had a banana plantation the one day a neighbor threatened him either hand over his lend or end up in castellated along with his son manuel said goodbye to his mother and brothers and just after crossing mexico they boarded the. first. quarter but it. he. started a group. play the most and you know the words he understood i mean i win if i'm in . l.a. they are better not have them all this. but you come enough.
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better than the west. europe and they come when nobody. i love them to my mother. he said i want the. and. you know what. his name is also man well but he had to escape from honduras from a sense of impunity in a violent gang from poverty from anything that makes a twenty year old kid take the most dangerous trip of his life alone with a baby. you could not get it from it's almost. made it. on the. i want to hold it.
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and ask him not the. idea. of a mess is going to. saudi i was fed up with being attacked by a children's father and she feared for her oldest boy's life. by medical men about . the gangs of el salvador treat a child's life as a military with only two options refused to let your son julian and they kill him or agree and all you can do is wait for his funeral and they know you kind of ended up a little bit in his eyes on you but i can see those things everybody is not going to tell us about it to make up only to be asked.
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and we will soon begin the construction of a great great wall was our southern border. there's a lot the eyebrows bill and the house and i guess that means. i stress on the arrow in california mcchrystal but he called i didn't mean those you know me that was different that are going to be then a lot of things those of us did shoot mythical who's a mentor and mood or i am difficult to say he's unable i mean everything doesn't mean they've got it all but all of us here do president of the look at the bill clinton you didn't don't see this i thought i said was to read all those mean theon kilometers and want that theo delivery corridor but i'll carry their brown's will i start until you know soon the most docile thereby they're going to lead us i see the cannot of the market i can but i'm gonna yes who stories to look at them as honest as palace is the idea i looked a little this is those needles the almost like yes i want and get oh yeah yeah
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innocent the most idea is the mythical it's often that i didn't feel whole or persona cicle material cool a good deal now too old to loosen and don't know me younger personas galatea it is the internet they can have them as well as set and i mean some communities there's a whole material system of the me and in those mean theon me on this there are this idea yourself under this idea or. but i was made if i do not that i will get it they feed the army and they set out but no more don't own abaya get that meaning it sort of does mean you know me going to fight said but out of if they aren't there is thousand of those them if he can. make this manufacture to sentenced him to public wealth. when the ruling
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classes protect themselves. with the fine and merry go round lifts only the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick. room. you know world of big partisan movies lot and conspiracy 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 on the back 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 watching the
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hawks. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the us is over twenty trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime stamped each day. eighty five percent of global wealth you long for the culture rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year. i'm with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and fifth point growth to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one one this will show you can't afford to miss the one and only boom.
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the rio grande is much more than a border between texas and mexico it's a source of life and death often the bodies of immigrants sprout from its waters. the river is for the moment the last obstacle the salvadorians under ins and guatemalans have to face in their escape. mexicans on the other hand usually pass through border post with
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a visa and stay in the united states after their permit expires. thank you no if. they monitor every meter of the border for the americans they are the border patrol's for hispanics they are simply. there are about nine thousand in texas and president donald trump is. spec's many more in the coming months. i just see i mean.
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they love us who. he is with. because of the fears of. the locals. in recent years border control measures have been stepped up. in addition to aerial surveillance with their ships and helicopters there are even sensors hidden away among the bushes and shrubs. many say there are already sufficient measures to make a wall unnecessary. yep and. that's.
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one of the problematic. there is that in the u.s. where you. see you know there is a need that. they get. won the love lost by not only going to take on this by now but i got there we need a lot of keep. coming and i mean when i'm here when my equal a lot of well if. i could go through it and i was glad to try to rio de leo you know that if i mean it. i want and one of my ruperto escobar belongs to a long resign or texas ranches get his farm overlooks the rio grande from there he
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extracts water to irrigate the crops to provide feed for his cattle you know. i said yes but that's. one of the for the people. you know and i give a little of. all the way i mean. i know which i said. you know when they are all. like you seem to. cease repair so is one of the hundreds of ranches affected by the possible construction of president trumps long and promised wolf one of his phone would be split into. products under restarting through the nine year old office. is posing. right as a model. of curious the president i see.
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oh my yearly here is telling you he's here. and when i say what he does yes. or no model. they don't. get him because of. your. not good. but. what. is real. roberto's case shows that the possible construction of the war which has yet to appear in any budgetary planning could provoke a trust. that would delay it indefinitely. he
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says i mean on the puzzle let me get a. number going to. see me from. you know what i was getting on the. doesn't that's one of the bases gimmicks and that's the. you know one of. our when i. when i when i mean. you know. you. a month. i don't think. the. thank yous to. the motherland.
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i want. a good figure but i will. get there in the. chemically if. they're shady if. the raiders security depends on not in question. the democratically elected county sheriff that forces him to be very sensitive to the problems that
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concern his neighbors and the wall is a big concern. and it's. the border. has launched what he calls a smoked operation. with the health of war veterans they plan to control the border using drones sensis surveillance cameras but. technology instead of concrete the proposal has already been submitted to washington. that couldn't. be the guy most look at the memos. and. i. will modal out of bed and. not going to. be any
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book about said about it that on that. note get in the. both admit article. i thought i would argue canadia. but. you know if there. was somebody out or moodle. who you know. what i'm getting. rid of is right on the border where the movement of people is at the peak shopping centers prosperous thanks to mexicans buying goods. in fact laredo and no. one in the same city divided by
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a river and by two different flags. are actually going to. work for her for one. hundred. at dusk the brownsville border post is filled with young people who study in the united states but live in mexico. some because of family ties others because they find it cheap despite the toll that must be paid each time they cross the bridge. complete with all of them that i. don't know much of.
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defending people are always ok i just get the broken nose i think and think i mean does he know i mean it goes i think. that is what. washington's ambassador to nato threatens to take out russian missiles and the u.s. interior secretary threatens a naval blockade of russia is the trump doctrine finally revealed.
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this is crude oil. soon they need to actually physically hold it out of the ground you would have well well well well well well. there's a lot of money with the oil and with that comes. a lot of a lot of people from all over the country. if you don't make a hundred thousand dollars a year. as a minimum there's an issue. here in the. they were told sixty dollars a day it's hard work for the workers not these. and so they want to relieve their stress of how do they relieve their stress these men move that outlet these men sleep that comfort many. people have been murdered up here people been raped they're massive drug issues up here you have
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a boom you have everything else that comes along with money. seemed wrong. just don't hold. me close but yet to shape out these days becomes agitated and gains from it equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. unfortunately the united nations security council in his approach to yemen is only to listen to the speech of envoys it affords many months or two months and then that is introduced when leaks of their own i mean but imminent it does in terms of the security council would make these statements which are always that easy to.
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us a sign of playing to this idea of the u.s. dollar is their currency empire they've built over a post world war two era where everyone gets into debt that america and pays homage to america china russia iran africa good name and they're all saying now we want markopolos up even trump wants markopolos up they want to go for it we wanted to trade directly bilaterally we don't want to be part of the globalization that it was. when a loved one is murder it's natural to seek the death penalty for the murder i would prefer and it means to me death penalty just because i think that's the fair thing the right thing research shows that for every nine executions one convict is found innocent the idea that we were executing innocent people was terrifying who's just new to the present and that we're even many of the times families want the death
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penalty to be abolished the reason we have to keep the death penalty here is because that's what murder victims' families want to that's going to give them peace and it's going to give them justice and we come in saying. not quite enough we've been through this this isn't their way. but whole existence to do something. to put themselves on the line they did accept the reject.


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