in order to justify all the money printing the fed has to claim that they're fighting deflation. if wages go up that would be inflation and therefore they have to stop printing money which means i'd have to stop telling our banks insolvent the zombie banks so by claiming that they're fighting deflation i think gives them cover to keep this continuous rolling bailout of the zombie. russian influence in the u.k. it is the new normal that's the conclusion of a long way to part of the truth gordon smith. and british. house donald trump sends troops on to the streets of the city of portland to push out of there are claims his moves and nicolai that wasn't agreed with the local
foreign t.v. . across the law in russia claims its code the proxy is good to go although questions all raised in the west over how it made such progress. police in the u.k. want to drop. the act of terrorism if it is a brief hate towards muslims we need to pay the issue when we give these labels to them we. should. do this. because they believe in the stream of islamic you. just go on 7 pm hit in the russian capital welcome to the program love it take a look at some of the stories in the headlines today starting in the u.k.
where a much anticipated report into a legend rushed. affair and some british politics has finally been released on it concludes moscow's influence is the new normal however it bashes the u.k. government for failing to investigate or even assess the risk of kremlin interference the russian foreign ministry has slammed the report as another example of anti russian sentiment the russian ambassador to the u.k. also gave his reaction. i've read the report carefully to put it sure this is a classic shakespearean case much ado about nothing if you change the word russia to the name of any other country for example china i think the message still wouldn't change. this report published by the british parliament's intelligence and security committee looking into what it alleges is russian interference in british politics it says that it's based on secret material compiled by british spies it's taken a year and a half to publish after having been completed
a number of rumors or so why it might have taken so long why some parts of been censored and redacted not according to the reports russia under the influence campaigns in relation to the 2014 scottish independence referendum and might have done the same with regards to the break the referendum of 2016 of course how successful any of these alleged campaigns are hasn't been established by this report we have seen previously accusations of russian social media campaigns some of them amounting to 70 pence around $1.00 having been spent on those campaigns with critics saying that's hardly a smoking gun the british regime would like to present it as we've heard from the russian government they've said that these accusations of their involvement i just groundless but even so we saw earlier today a press conference held by
a number of its ships to szell's outlining what they said was that damning evidence what we do know about russian influence in the u.k. he's that is the new normal russia promotes dissin from ation and attempts to influence overseas whether us through social media can leak or using the state own traditional media has been widely reported u.k. is clearly a target a must equip yourself to counter search effort that reference let's use state's own traditional media for reporting on the vents which they've deemed to be. interference somehow in the internal political affairs of the united kingdom there have been talks of money being donated to the ruling conservative party by russian individuals although those individuals state that they have no links to the governments and make those donations out of their own personal capacity there are
some in the u.k. who question help politicized this has all become they point to for example the lead up to the last election at the end of last year and what they say was open it's a ference by israel in india against germany according to then they believe that some inside his chances of winning the election wondering why no inquiries are being launched in that he had heard previously from going to grow of this former secretary in to what he said it was reasonable confidence amongst british initials of russian involvement in syria in british politics we believe we know with reasonable confidence that russian actors were involved in trying to interfere with the 29000 election principally through trying to spread amplify online and legally obtained the documents relating to the ukraine us free trade case ations now principles broadly pro regime media environment in u.k.
have cottoned on to this report they focus on what they say was the u.k. parliament and the u.k. government's failure to act and that will be probably one of the main themes going forward in particular as people try to understand what parts of the report have been redacted what i spent to former british ambassador to pakistan and human rights advocate craig mari now he believes the u.k. is determined to row and any relations with russia the supporters extremely unconvincing in itself and that it doesn't even purport to give any evidence of what it claims to be happening i think it's. you know it's fairly laughable there's nothing complicated that the u.k. is determined to ruin. russian relations you must remember that our people in the armaments industry and the security industry who make a lot of money out of having blusher as an enemy of the security industry and the
armaments industry need an enemy in order to get the best of us mugs to pay them billions and billions in our taxes every year that they suck out of the system and that's what this is a bank this is about portraying an enemy in fact there's no reason at all for enmity between the u.k. and russia and certainly no immaturely between the u.k. people and the russian people. ukraine now where a man has taken 20 people hostage on a bus in the center of the city of look our correspondent on the quarter has been covering the story. well the police have the city center locked down and we just heard from ukraine step to the minister of internal affairs who says that a number of the residents living near the location of the hijacked bus were just give back you wait he also says that the police have entered into negotiations with the perpetrator for the hostages released now earlier we heard reports of
explosions in that same area that was after the perpetrator claimed that the bus was filled with mines and also threatened to set off an explosive device in another area other eyewitness reports claims that gunshots were heard in the area and that the perpetrator had thrown a grenade outside of one of the bus windows that actually failed to detonate the man has been identified as among seem creative all show ukrainian citizen of national russian national origin before the hijacking crew boss posted a video on you tube of him sitting down and holding a weapon with the money also earlier claim to the police that he had posted on twitter a list of his demands however the authorities later said that that post was not so much a list of demands as it was general discontent with the system however both social media platforms have shut down his accounts after those posts we also heard from ukrainian president lot of years olinsky who called the situation alarming but still under control so as these as this developing story continues to unravel will
bring our viewers the latest details. stateside because donald trump has announced he will send federal full says to violence robert cities across the nation as pockets solve unrest continue however the democratic governors believe that states are being targeted purely for political reasons while i'm going to do something that i can tell you because we're not going to get new york and chicago and philadelphia detroit and baltimore and all of these overland is a mess we're not going to let this happen in our country and all run by liberal democrats trump has already sent troops into portland to quash almost 2 months of on to a sense of protest that they want to was not approved locally though and led to fresh clashes in the city. god thank god it. was. her but her.
to. after weeks of protests against police brutality and systematic racism in the us unrest reached a new level on the streets of portland oregon a crackdown by u.s. federal officers deployed by the department of homeland security increased tensions the feds who arrived in unmarked cars dressed in military style gear with out identification brought things to new heights when protesters knocked down sections of a large steel fence around but white house this weekend federal agents reacted with flash bangs followed by tear gas according to portland police and they did not engage the protesters some say the local police force has now been sandwiched between the demonstrators on one side and federal law enforcement on the other at the government level the bridge between local and state and the feds has become
just as pronounced portland's mayor has demanded that the federal agents leave he told c.n.n. that their presence here is actually leading to more violence and more vandalism. mayor ted wheeler is being flanked by the state organs gov kate brown asked the federal government to remove its troops nearly a week ago and the state's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the federal government accusing it of unlawfully detaining protesters meanwhile president donald trump has defended the deployment saying democrat run cities have lost control of the anti-racism demonstrations in addition trump bolstered the power of federal law enforcement officers with new executive orders aimed at protecting monuments adding to the chaos seen from top to bottom protesters are also experiencing a divide while continuing to support the movement some are criticizing the methods right we're going to stop all of that all the responsibility we're going to come
down here take back our streets make you want to match the stage clear right and get this movement back on track while the protesters about to stay on the streets the feds say they are not pulling back for anyone making some fear that the growing divides could lead to more trouble not only amongst protesters but also between different levels of law enforcement. thought to america correspondent alex. tells me time here we put the whole issue up for debate. problem is when you hear the feds come in and you expect them to come in with the strategy with the way you could try to bridge the gap between the protest there isn't a very system that they're fighting against imagine if you know you were. having dinner with your family and i just walked into the restaurant with the go on it's not it's you and i'm making some plans for the rest but i'm back identify myself and i'm not telling you who i am you're going to be freaked out and you're going to get upset and you'll probably take you know the fork off you're going to save more
throwing it at me as you should because i'm probably like a crazy person well when you're mixed up with people who are burning and looting and you know they're doing it and you stick around there and you know there are federal troops there you're looking for trouble i mean i wouldn't be in a place like that and nobody's been arrested nobody's coming into restaurants these people have been burning and looting and rioting for now 52 straight nights the president finally said about a week ago a nuffin off because the local authorities refused to do anything and customs and border patrol agents made up this force to go protect federal buildings and federal landmarks in that city and that's what they're doing and they have every right to do it if they are going to come in and they're going to snatch people wait they should identify them you can't just grab people went back to people because everybody not burn until the everybody kind of bought their protest and for all have a peaceful there's been some wild and crazy stuff cuomo but the park up there have
been people who you can to snatch the truth because you can't think this because you don't really know because it's not right people aren't being snatched off the streets who are peaceful i've heard the police make the announcements we're going to start arresting people if you just side to stay please leave the ones who stay aren't leaving themselves wide open for arrest and they know it when the night gets long and the violence starts and the burning stuff. and the looting starts in the police say. if you choose to stay you know darn well you're risking arrest and if you don't you need to head examine. the country's power lies by the current virus the race has been on to develop an effective vaccine that could potentially are not the wild while russia says it's fast to cross the finish line having successfully completed trials although as mark mark causative explains not
everyone is buying into those claims. mooste reasonable people would see a vaccine for what it is a panacea a solution to this this awful pandemic scourge that has decimated so many lives and livelihoods around the world in just a few months such progress should serve achievement joy and hope but we live in an unreasonable world so they sued jealousy and resentment top executives at companies as well as believed in tycoons and government officials began getting shots developed by the state run gammill a institute in moscow as early as april all based on anonymous sources of course and recipients of the vaccine some of whom bloomberg claims to have identified well unfortunately there are anonymous to. confirm dozens who have had the shots but none would allow their names to be published so bloomberg well known for bashing
russia amid the names of russian oligarchs and kremlin officials who got a vaccine shot before anyone else out of concern for their privacy and well being it sounds incredibly plausible and speaking of plausible what are you learning about the serious questions being raised about how russia has come so far so quickly with its potential vaccine there are a lot of serious legal and ethical questions about what mr chance does is he doesn't mention a single ethical or legal question that says so many he doesn't know where to start 1st off prominent russians have been hit by the virus countless celebrities politicians they've all gone down with it including the prime minister the president's spokesperson so if we're sure already has a vaccine it clearly doesn't work and if russian government officials and billionaires had already taken the shot in april why would they need to force so.
and that is what c.n.n. appears to be hinting at to be guinea pigs it makes less and less sense as you go along especially these next part russia desperately needs to develop and wants to develop a vaccine isn't that one reason why the kremlin would try and get ahead by stealing other nation's secrets you may remember recently the brits the us canada they all claim that russian hackers yes yes they get around has been trying to steal vaccine secrets from the west russia has been trying to do this they claim the same russia that apparently already has a secret vaccine since april the same russia that was already across the finishing line because apparently it cut corners the same russia is trying to steal secrets from countries that are behind it that's that's like trying to copy someone else's
arms as an exam you've already passed and anyway russia has already agreed to buy it from the u.k. the very vaccine that it is apparently now trying to steal if russia has been behaving so badly why are we helping them out because this is a global pandemic and this is not a case where the u.k. everything else goes away why are we helping russia out in dealing with the global health crisis a virus that knows neither the nation nor race nor sex know believes that is a question being asked by journalists why are we helping someone else and have softer kate being a who seems to be one of the few reasonable people left in this world unlike the b.b.c. journalist as a matter of fact kate i think you've deserved a secret invitation to get a secret job of a secret vaccine that russia has kept secret. the world needs more people like
you well if i run it just. talked to mohamed one at believes that would be no point in hacking vaccine information is after things already being conducted in the open i think general procedure for vaccine development are pretty standard most of the vaccine dollars are being developed now they are not on a hidden technology in the scientific community we do know every technology how it has been developed and how it can be used for different trials so therefore i don't think there is any hidden formation and the technology and the vaccine development it sounds the only thing probably that is not available is what is the outcome of the research or the trials which would ultimately become available therefore i don't really see any particular reason for attacking any information and to be honest in the scientific community we do collaborate if anyone need any information they can contact the researcher and they will be happy to provide the information they need it how the vaccine has been constructed for example if someone needed an
information from any researcher to simply do email and we get the and give the information this is an order and issue of a single country this is a global pandemic and on less everybody is not safe no one is safe. science has shown some people are more prone to $1000.00 and all this i need to take extra precautions but one vulnerable couple in rio have seen the need for extra safety twin dollars lifelong passion for space travel. it and if you think you did it to make it illegal. to make. it illegal. for filming 66 part of the code you'd risk proof in the current t.v. home i get really anxious feeling that i had to go do things that could not seen the instruction rate was really high i.
get what you report on t.v. i saw an interview the doctor doing for me even 40 days without seeing his family because he was in the crazy town schools getting created dinosaur caused you to visit his family he was very touching so we thought about doing something similar to go up. next a russian story protests have continued in the far east city of help out of scaf to president putin assigned a new temporary governor to the region off to suck in the previous one hundreds of people took to the streets outside the administrative building to modern day the newly appointed governor is sent straight back home it's the 10th day in a row the region seem large demonstrations off to govern assegais fogel was arrested on charges of organizing multiple does 15 years ago protesters claim his
detention though is a political hit job and according for the former governor to be tried in the regional courts instead of right here in moscow on monday for ga was officially dismissed by president putin for loss of confidence. tom's like to hardest on islamist might be dropped by police in the u.k. when it comes to describing terror acts amid fears it stirring hate towards muslims i propose a change in culture by moving away from using terms which have a direct link to islam and jihad these do not help community relations and public confidence. the muslim peace organization claims the top seemed to islamophobia it's not a case in number of alternatives including faith claimed terrorism and terrorists abusing religious motivations among others the u.k. has of course will remember suffered a string of terror attacks in recent years which have claimed schools off lives.
these labels to them when they get their actions and their terrorism and so i think it's absolutely right that we have an honest and open and transparent debate with the authorities to look at terminology so that it doesn't tarnish the whole community the military percent of islamic people wouldn't want to be having any involvement or walk in and the league to this time for terrorism however you know we're just telling ourselves a bunch of lies here it is political correctness gone mad and unfortunately these people are doing it specifically for that reason because they believe in this extreme islamic view point while i look i've been very clear that we've got a problem when there are people within the muslim community who engage in terrorism it's not about political correctness it's about making sure that we don't buy the message or da agenda of terrorist listen this is not about divide and rule this is
actually much more about reality this and these people are extreme everyone knows that there are extreme part of society but they are shouting allahu akbar are invariably before they commit one of these crimes of the jukebox terrorists who killed the former liberal m.p. joe cox shouted out britain 1st are we going to britain are the of going to stop using the term britain no we're not so you know terminology is important and gauge what is important and reporting these responsibly i think is the best way in having an open dialogue and fortunately there are a significant number of people in this country and across the world that are extreme and yes there are extreme christians and i know over the centuries if you look back over the centuries the each religion. engaged in terrorism and sometimes so so this is not something new but it is to change the name to try and pretend that this is no loss based is just something that sounds
a big zones. to hop up on us and after days that loggerhead seen you need to have finally reached a breakthrough hand agreement a coronavirus rescue plan they also signed off on a 7 year budget amounting to a whopping one trillion euros. we. we have to do. to your kitchen budgets this is of course difficult in the decision's been very difficult to use for all your appearance all this was supposed to be a 2 day summit the deal was eventually done 5 30 in the morning the start of day 5 got 1.82 trillion euros worth of funding has been agreed upon the vast majority of that is the e.u. 7 year budget but the rest and what became the most difficult to work out how it was going to be handed out was the 750000000000 euros that will make up the e.u.'s
coronavirus recovery fund that 750 will be split into 390000000000 in grants which don't have to be paid back and 360000000000 in loans which of course do the solicits will be most remembered i think for the rise of the frugal group made up initially of the netherlands. denmark and sweden they would join does this sort of went on by finland as a group of nations they were saying they were particularly happy about taking out their own sovereign debt in order to essentially give free money to all of the member states and usually the plan had been for 500000000000 in grants 250000000000. in loans they managed to get that changed and this has seen something of a split between those nations that want to well not share the burden as it were of
taking out debt against those countries that are suffering the most financially from the corona crisis jordan every day the reason the term to lower the stakes and compromise the extent of our goals but on business we are inflexible probably the most difficult because who sions i've ever been involved in. the quota that was imposed by the group of the most stingy and selfish member states was done by judging the situation exclusively through the prism of their own interest well away from talks again of another north south divide between those need of money following corona and those willing to share there was also a little bit of division when it came to new rules on just what you have to do to get e.u. money essentially and to break it down to its most basic level in order to get e.u. cash it got to abate e.u. rules now member states like poland and hungary they took this as something of
a personal attack as slaves are states that have a tendency not to it here to e.u. rules hungary in particular and their prime minister viktor orban certainly not happy i don't know what is the person all reason for the dutch prime minister to be me for hungary i don't like playing games but the dutchman is the real responsible man for for myself e.u. commission president or sort of on the line and council president shall michelle will chalk this one up as a victory a deal needed to be done and the deal got done however what we can certainly say is this saw the rise and the influence that that froogle group will have sebastian coe it's the the chancellor of austria saying that this was a good deal and praising the rest of his fruit was i don't think we've heard the last of them when it comes to future new negotiations. well that's all for me for now don't go fall though because coming your way here on r t it's the kaiser report.