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ah ah, in the stores, it shaped the way here in our t a bombshell report and ledges the c i a planned to kidnap will recess and 8 wiki leagues found the children assange with the agencies former chief mike pompei at the center of the plot. also this i russia threatened to block you tube after the video sharing platform, permanently deletes artes german language channels. moscow, they believes the u. s. company would not have acted with act approval from berlin also to come for ordinary disaster. if we didn't have a president, it was so adult, you all would be fired. i don't think anyone can trust anything. this president sears about afghanistan, us lawmakers lambaste president biden,
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and his top brass over what some in congress, a calling washington's humiliating withdrawal from afghanistan. we asked though, if the whole afghan campaign might be a bigger failure than just the polarity itself and human rights groups, right. raised as the international criminal court decides to ignore, alleged american war crimes in afghanistan, we hear from a man who lost 10 relatives in the us stroke strike in couple at the end of august pathmark, i may be on the course. i will keep demanding that each person who has committed a crime here must be convicted and punished. if americans committed a crime, they must be brought to justice. they should be held to account. ah oh morning. the latest developments and the look back of what's been happening to over the last 7 days. you watch in the weekly here, on arty international. now this week it was revealed,
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the c i plotted to kidnap or assassinate. we colleagues found a julian assange when he was in the ecuadorian embassy in london. the u. s. media report was based on statements from 30 former u. s. officials and sent it on mike pompeo. while he was direct from the agency during the time donald trump was empower, pompeo has denied the accusations, but once action taken against those who made them. or they should all be prosecuted for speaking about classified activity inside the central intelligence agency. maybe they didn't. maybe as a gov, just made it up, but you should, i take seriously my responsibilities to protect that information. this can be seen as pompoms confirmation of the assange kit, not all kill story. why else? what do you want to prosecute those sources? speaking about classified activity, kidnap ariel man, hunt and shootout with russian spies and central london. the new james bond movie. not exactly. in fact, these are the highlights from
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a reported cia secret plan to silence the journalist already who revealed americans for dirty secrets. location, london, the year 2017 starting julian, a sorry, a man of interest. heidi ecuadorian embassy might compare, then c, i achieve evil mastermind behind the operation. the russkies. the essential ingredient for any good spy story. down the cia will break every possible law to silence independent journalist stay tune. the upcoming details may surprise you. we are recording chapter one. the fascination mike compared wanted the cia to be, creates instructors ordinance not to self sense of themselves when it comes to dealing wiki links. sometimes, oh tricks. what best they might have thought and came up with a good old assassination blown detailed sketches options on how to murder sounds.
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reportedly we discussed in the whiteness on the finest possible level. why would a cia achieve plots of the killing of an independent journalist? well, it was an act of personal vendetta. back in march 2017, the newly appointed cia chief found himself in a very difficult position. when wikileaks released top secret cia papers, they were completely detached from reality because they were so embarrassed about vault 7. they were seen blood chapter to kidnapping, but somebody in the white house might have thought paid, no killings where a civilized nation that's kidnapped this journalist and sentenced him to death by american law. the plan was simply break into the embassy drag assange out and bring him to where we want one small issue. the u. s. justice department failed to keep up with cia fantasies. they were still processing the case and didn't file charges
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against the wikileaks founda. so the cia was going to kidnap the foreign citizen from the capital of washington's closest ally with no legal basis tool. a perfect master plan deed do could possibly spoil the fun russians. of course, chapter 3 fighting russians. what is vladimir putin intelligence gets the thirst of dumps a sound and then flies him to moscow. next to possibility the paranoid ca offices thought brace yourself. the plan to counts of russians may just blow your mind. the cia left nothing to chance. besides, it gets into the car with the russian operatives. a cia initiates a car crash with the russian diplomatic vehicle. god knows how many other londoners collateral damage is. they say, assange gets on the plane. the cia blocks,
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it's on the runway by shooting its tires. as well as anything and anybody else is the way the plane takes off with a flat tire. the c i a hovers, a helicopter over is still manages to leave the ground. they demand the european countries close their aspects. we are still talking about catching julian assange, not the number one terrorist. oh, well, if you are an independent journalist who happens to cross, the american governments passed the cia, it's pretty much the same thing. the rule of law may not surprise me while june, the sand remains in a maximum security prison in the u. k. despite a british judge there ruling against his extradition to the united states over fears about his mental health. he does face a 175 years in prison in america, where he's wanted on charges of hacking and espionage when in 2019 assange was forcibly removed by police from the ecuadorian embassy in london. after the country
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terminated his 7 year salem, they're following the recent developments we heard from former c. i a analyst em whistleblower john kitty acco and also when leaks editor in chief kristin her atkinson. when you so stunning the revolution is quite shocking. conseula, this was being conquered, cousins in the states, so the kidnapping them, graham, possibly killing. if julian is expedited to to the other states, it will be in the hands of the seo his shades on you as ground. it would be in the hands of those who were planning to kick up killing him. when these discussions were going on, there was no indictment out against julia. he hadn't been charged with anything. so if there was any doubt about the political nature of the indictment and the creation of the day when the entire case, it is now on for him to be so it is a political persecution and nothing else. the world to understand that the united
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states is trying to criminalize journalism. they refused to accept the fact that julian assange is a journalist, that the american people own this information and they have the right to know what it is. and that the government behind their backs, the backs of the american people, is trying to assassinate someone who has not been kid victim of a crime. they're one of the things that we learned in this article was dad. the british intelligence service, the external intelligence service, and my sex, was apparently involved, you know, where they were talking about, shoot out the potential pursuit out in front of the, at, with dorian embassy. that was the british that were supposed to be doing this shooting when they talk about shooting out the, the tires of a russian plane that might have been taking jillian assigned to the, to russia. and that was the british that were supposed to be doing the shooting. so i would certainly hope that the british courts finally say enough is enough. there is no way that julian assigned should or could be extradited to the united states,
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and he should be free to go. i russia, his threatening to brought him cheap. and after the video sharing service deleted artes german language channels for alleged breaching community guidelines. moscow they describe the move is an act of unprecedented information aggression. but the russian foreign ministry saying that the measures again start, he could not have been taken with act berlin's approval. there is no doubt that you tube was acting with the open and tacit support of the german government and taking these unjust measures. they have exposed correspondence of russia broadcasters to years long harassment, including the blocking of bank accounts and public slander. the purpose of this aggression against the russian media holdings projects is obvious to drown out sources of information that clashed with a media background that is comfortable for german officialdom. when the german government has denied the allegations earlier,
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neil harvey spoke to our correspondent constantine roscoe, that the band and the possible ramifications. or, you know, the popularity of r t in germany among the german speaking audience has been growing, especially in the recent years. and just to give you some numbers. artie doors had a total of almost $547000000.00 views and over 600000 subscribers and not a small you to channel that placed it among the top german news channels on that platform. so artie dodge has managed to put up a fight against major german news outlets. and of course this hasn't gone unnoticed . odd, there are a lot of politicians in germany who have repeatedly called for curves on r t in a in the country. and rti has been struggling to start a teeny broadcast in germany for many years, facing both overton hayden resistance. so all in all is been an extremely harsh environment. hostile environment for our fellow colleagues in germany. so these
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been, seem like kosh treatment what, what was the, the potential crime that was committed while, as usual, in these cases, the response from a media platform is vague and ye tube send our colleagues in germany message saying that there were, quote repeated violations of community guidelines so you know, that's it, you get out of the platform, google, which owns you tube, a gave as a more detailed response. so let's have a listen. ye cheap has clear community guidelines which explain what is allowed on the platform. i'll t deutsch was issued a warning for uploading content that violates our rules in relation to covet 19 medical misinformation policy. this results in the suspension of their right to upload videos during the suspension. the channels owners tried to bypass the restrictions by using a different channel. as a result, both channels were closed, violating you cheap times of service. so to give you some context, our 1st rti george, his main youtube channel law, was given several code related strikes and that led to
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a temporary suspension. so because the main page was suspended, its team decided to continue sharing his content on different page that belongs to one of its, ah shows. ah, it was different content. ah, not that which had been flag by youtube, of course. but nonetheless, both pages were completely deleted by youtube without any warning. now what's interesting is that there are no clear rules saying that you can a run a separate page, or maybe even start a new page if you are suspended on youtube for whatever reason. besides those 4 videos in question that rti deutsche receives strikes for a contained criticism of the government's approach of the pandemic voiced by other medical experts not by journalists. so ah, to claim that this was medical law mis information, misinterpretation. well, in the eyes of archie george that saw debatable so as ality denying in the wrong doings it challenging this been while they're saying that they receive an unfair
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treatment. and actually the 1st to common on that story in russia was our own editor in chief museum. co deletes for several months before channels were banned. the german media had been publishing scare stories about r t. german, becoming too influential to significant, according to their own calculations, were ranked forth in terms of influence in germany were bigger than, well were bigger than germany's own. shines like daughter. well, no one expected that of course, we also didn't expect that to happen so quickly. i mean that would attract so big an audience, have so much success. they made us out to be a bogeyman. they refused to give us a license. they forbade banks for working with us. they pressured luxembourg, so we couldn't get a license there. and when all that didn't work, they deleted us from youtube using a far fetched pretext. that was predictable because no normal person believes that freedom of speech exists in this countries. the question is how we rush respond. we're looking forward to it. as foreign ministry spokeswoman muddy, the ha,
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also we'd in by saying that would just happen. ah, was an act of aggression and that there's going to be a symmetrical response to directed at german media work and in russia. now the message shed didn't clarify what exactly that means, but i guess her od driven colleagues working here should be bracing for a bumpy road ahead. but we got the thoughts of alexander new from the gemini, sad left pass, and also from believe, emma, who is a politician for the c d policy. they say it is a step backwards for press. freedom in europe does isn't. oh, clearly this situation does not with european freedom in a positive light tone. we have to acknowledge that deny media space has been subject to censorship and manipulation, which reminds me of the worst times in germany. it's in our interest for our see to make an even greater contribution to german and european media diversity. as i've said before, r t has become an integral component of european press freedom. we as citizens have the right to be informed and have access to high quality journalist regardless of
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its origin. others fitness, you know, i considered it a challenging situation that now the russian point of view, public, or political, is being more and more suppressed. archie deutsch does not have a particularly good reputation in germany, not with readers, but rather among their colleagues. they don't like our t deutsche because it has broken their monopoly and the dictate of opinion in german journalist journalists who practice journalism that praises the authorities instead of critical journalist do not like such competition. they don't like it that a mirror has been put in front of them in which they can see what they really should be doing that off the chaotic scenes in the u. k. this way, some pet or stations. they're still dry despite the fuel crisis, hazing brittany soul, massive keys on full coats across the country with her straight to dry this even resorting to violence. you drive? oh, okay. yeah. yeah, yeah,
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the new one then got you. yeah. i mean, you can see there plenty attention at the pump, sir. that's been pretty intense this week. the massive kings and panic buying kicked off after oil for and b. p born it would have to temporarily closed some of its petrol stations. g t, a lack of laurie drive is needed to deliver fuel supplies and the u. k. government is now a said, it does intend to bring in the army to help deliver fuel from monday. is a reminder of how the crisis took helped. ah, many you workers who worked inside the u. k. left new drivers did not enter per profession piece. all came together in depth of supply chain simply stops.
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ah, the government has not done anything. the government isn't making this better. to be honest with anything marriage, you've taken us 10 years back because you still competency dish or we can plan b. well look at those who can live. don't know what's in the next level. what is the next stage with a leash? the potential of the entire people, obese country, ah, fish. if he saw shows, hipaa is totally no strategic strategy to solve the issue in the street. and it
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will not be shocked with having all types of features. you know, a place where you strategic action is taken. it role also only become more worse still to come in. the weekly this, our us lawmakers slammed president biden and his military top brass saw over the amelia humiliating afghanistan withdrawal. but we asked if the whole afghan campaign could be seen as a much bigger failure to come to south brian ah ah ah, ah ah ah, ah,
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a ah, with join me every 1st aid on the alex silent. sure. but i'll be speaking to guess all the world politics sport business. i'm sure business. i'll see you then. mm. ah ah, welcome back. now, this week, so tough talks in congress since
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u. s. rule make is lashed down to joe biden, and his top military commanders over the afghanistan, the troll, the biden head. ministration has received a lot of flack. a with this recently with some court to pull act humiliating for washington. here's your, some of the accusations that were fired at the president and his team. the president said, none of his commanders said that he should keep troops in afghanistan. was that a false statement by the president? remember, you do not have a duty to cover for the president. what is not telling the truth? i've given you my judgment on it now with think we all know it was a false tape. i have been frustrated by the lack of someone in charge on the biggest national security fiasco in a generation. there has been 0 accountability, no responsibility from anybody. we accord cash and blood and credibility into a ghani government. that was a mirage. it fell immediately. we were buying into the big lot, the big lie that this, that this was the ever going to be successful new year. here's the thing. there's
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only 3 possibilities here. either the president lie to the american people, or he legitimately cannot remember the counsel of his top military advisors in winding down the longest war and american history or you have not been fully accurate. underwrote. we didn't have a president that was so adult. you all would be fired, but it's not just the pull act that spin attack. the entire afghan campaign is now coming in for increasing criticism. is kind of morphing. expect a testimony before congress was dancing? not only was the pull out of afghanistan fiasco, but the campaign failed to achieve its primary aim. it was an extraordinary disaster. it will go down in history, is one of the greatest failures of american leadership. we have 0 presence in afghanistan. it could be as little as 12 months before al kato will use afghanistan as a base conduct as a base to conduct air strikes or strikes against the united states. frankly,
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after this debacle of withdrawal, i don't think any one can trust anything. this president says about afghanistan. we need to consider some uncomfortable truths that we did not fully comprehend. the depth of corruption and poor leadership and her senior ranks. that we did not grasp the damaging effect of frequent and unexplained rotations by president ghani of his commanders. and that we fail to fully grasp why there was only so much for which and for home. many of the afghan forces would fight. so after an entire war aimed to eliminate a terrorist threat to america, that threat could now be worse to real possibility in the not too distant future, 612182436 months that time the time frame for re constitution about kite are isis terrorist organizations seek ungoverned spaces so that they can train and equip and thrive. and there is clearly a possibility that that can happen here. going forward. afghanistan, in effect now has become an entire terrace state taliban. even though they may
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think that they're trying to govern that place itself to slit and already we're seeing isis attacking caliber and there's no guarantee then that taliban can ensure that attacks will not be planned. and launched from that from afghanistan. thought there were more revelations in the testimony, apparently behind closed doors. the biden administration was more divided on afghanistan. i think a while we've, it's conceivable that you could stay there. my view was that you would have had to deploy more forces in order to protect ourselves and accomplish any mission that we would have been assign. it appears that the department of defense was not fully on board with pulling out of afghanistan. and they are arguing for maintaining some presence in the country. my view was that we needed to maintain about 2500. and we
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also needed to work with our coalition partners. we had about 6000 troops and their nato and other core countries that would, that would remain there. this flies in the face of the biden administration's claim that pulling out was the unanimous decision. it's unclear what would really change if the united states stayed in the country. it has been 20 years after all, and the security situation in afghanistan has not improved. so maybe the mistake wasn't pulling out in 2021, but rather going in in 2001. now that's a discussion you won't hear on capitol hill, but it's probably taking place in many american minds for officials on capitol hill to attribute that. so way to the somewhat chaotic withdrawal from afghanistan is completely absurd. if the u. s. officials had dealt with these crime on september the 11th as what they were and found out who was responsible and brought them to justice. and, you know, this would have been, you know,
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at this point something that just something that happened 20 years ago. that was dealt with instead, they used september the 11th as a pretext for 20 years of war. what the so called war on terror was doing was fueling tech terrorism and legitimate armed resistance in country after country the united states has, has actually increased risk of terrorism. meanwhile, human rights groups are fuming over decision by the international criminal court to regime a probe into war crimes in afghanistan, but no longer look at the allegations of american atrocities. there. instead, the focus will be exclusively on the taliban and isis. k. i have decided to focus my offices investigations and have gangster on crimes allegedly committed by the taliban and these law mc state and to de prioritize other aspects of this
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investigation. well, this does come as washington faces outrage over a wrongful throne strike that left 10 afghan civilians dead in cabal at the end of august were against the f. now looks into what the i, c c decision will actually mean for the relatives of those victims who is still seeking justice. what has caused such a scandal and such furor amongst human rights activists and organizations as that the eyes he sees essentially shake. we don't have the time or the means to investigate the, the thousands of verified civilian casualties caused by the united states in the arca military. the prosecutors, 10 war criminals around the world that the u. s. playbook of to land intimidation works. it also validates one of the core criticisms of the i see that it only takes action against politically. we came to the deals or nations. well, given western powers a pass by d prioritizing, investigating us and so on as
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a national security forces, the icy prosecutor is seen fully hanging down a gap out of jail. free card of the people that have been kidnapped and tortured at afghan bass has or it a secret cia basis here. and i've got a son. they say how we reached here. this point is, is due to mob tactics because initially the, i see, she announced that they would investigate everyone's role in any potential walcross here in afghanistan. which, which prompted a tremendous pressure campaign from the united states where they threatened and sanctioned i. c. c. and officials, the timing of the i c. c decision, the announcement i couldn't have been much worse, the international press as well as the u. s. government, i still reeling from the fall out of the, the last drone strike of the afghan waterloo
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. busy ah, a drone strike that caused 10 civilian casualties. we have kept in touch with their relatives and the only apology that they've heard this is on television. but the united states, the pentagon, calling the deaths of 10, the 10 of their loved ones, are a tragic mistake. but at the same time saying, no disciplinary measures would be carried out and they're left with with the understanding that if of their loss hasn't been inflicted by the taliban or isis. well, they're out of luck or commitment to the international court of justice. i will say that we have been demanding for justice for more than one month now we suffered pain. nobody asked us about or helped us. we need justice to be served as soon as
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possible. i ask americans and other people around the world who allow the american military to palm innocent civilians in any part of the world. this must be stopped once and for all, no killings of women and innocent children any more. the pentagon has offered all manner of excuses, many of which they have funneled into the press. 4 for why this was an honest mistake. they claim that they have learned the lesson of this terrible tragedy. but many people find that difficult to believe if, if this was allowed to happen after 20 years in afghanistan after so many drew strikes. similar to this, when webs wrong path mark already on the hearth, i will keep demanding that each person who has committed a crime here must be convicted and punished with the due process of law. it's unfair. if a person commits a crime and then a different person is brought to court to answer, the criminal must be punished, no scapegoats. if americans committed a crime,
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they must be brought to justice. they should be held to account. americans attacked our house, not the taliban. how the taliban will answer for this attack is a logical echo. american drones arm drones keep buzzing viaz space over afghanistan with the american saying that no, they neither need nor, nor plan on requesting any afghan permission to conduct air strikes either get a stop. just to remind everyone, no one in the by the administration or at the pentagon, has been fired, has resigned, or, or intended to leave as a result of what many describe was a fiasco. the united states withdraw pullout from of get a star or a gas have reporting from couple there said as had the yet weekly is looking this sunday morning again in about 13 ah,
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