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and, and then you can get into the other, you know, tend to some other areas as well. a really making some hard making hard questions. ah, the f. b. i rates homes in washington and new york owed by relatives of russian billionaire, olive garrett pasco, the businessman's representatives. say the move is linked to u. s. sanction colin's prime minister lashes added brussels accuse again to blackmail. that's after the commission chief threatens action against warsaw for rejecting european laws we cannot and we will not allow our common values to be put at risk. the commission will act and the options are owned. and these take government extends emergency corona virus powers for another 6 months as the country records its highest daily coven dental. since march.
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ah, my dental direct from studios and moscow, this is art international. i'm john thomas. certainly glad to have you with us. now the f, b i has rated homes in washington and new york linked to russian business men, and billionaire, all of their pasco, the tycoon currently finds himself on the us sanctions list. the agency later confirmed the search was authorized by a court to our pocket representative has dismissed claims. the rates were connected with a criminal investigation. our case from from tech traveled to one of the rated homes . well, it was an eventful tuesday morning here outside the home of oleg dairy pasco, right? i could see f b, i agents are still coming through his 15000000 dollar mansion here on the north, west side of d. c. a for money. they don't know this name, but for some they are member who is tied with paul man of fort a former campaign chairman of donald trump, who was convicted on fraud charges,
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and then eventually pardoned by donald trump in his final month and office according to an f b, i spokeswoman agents were conducting a quote, court authorized law enforcement activity, but didn't provide any more details as to why the f b. i was there. the property was surrounded by yellow tape, giving restricted access only to the f b i. except when towing away is car in the front driveway, 53 year old dairy pasco was sanctioned back in 2018 by the trumpet, ministration, along with about 2 dozen other kremlin officials with close ties to president vladimir putin following alleged russian meddling and the 2016 presidential election, the latest rate is just another setback for dary pasco, who recently suit over the sanctions and a judge dismissed his lawsuit back in june. in a 2016 court filing dairy pasco said he had difficulty getting a visa to travel to the us, but was able to use his diplomatic passport to visit new york 10 different times
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since 2009. many in the dc neighbourhood, however, say on some of those trips, he did visit the home and stay at the house, reviewing renovations. however, no word on the last time he actually visited the property no moments ago as of this broadcast, we actually saw the f b. i tell away one of jerry pascoe's vehicles as to why the f b. i has not said they're not. are giving a news conference this afternoon whatsoever at this point, but we also do know that the u. s. has sanctioned dairy pascal companies including his, the aluminum giant united company, russo and basic elements, now die pasco, vehemently denies any wrong. doing says that this is kind of a tactic for the united states to slander him, to ruin his wealth, his reputation, and his hard earned global assets. however, according to forbes, he is worth $4900000000.00 for r t. i'm fair in front back there is believe test exchange in the european
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parliament after the polish prime minister launched a trade against or tirade, excuse me, against you. institutions accusing them of overstepping of their powers and even blackmailing his country out. he shall davinsky can tell us more. firey doesn't go half the way of describing some of the accusations that have been thrown there was mud slinging throughout this session at the european parlor and by the polish payment is down also by m. p. 's right back at him, this was meant to be the opportunity for the polish prime minister to come to the european parliament to try and heal these divides these divisions between his country and the european union. his speech seemed to have done the exact opposite with emmy peas, accusing him of leading towards a government of totalitarianism and undermining the e. u. its foundations itself now might have ad skis talked about. some of the issues that you rip was facing. he refused to acceptance. and it was not right for
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emmy peas to essentially blackmail other countries within the european union bite, threatening to withdraw or to hold back their funds. and he said that the constitutional law in poland would remain supreme to that of e you law. and he said that the idea of changing that would move the you towards a fully fledged governor bal state, which is not what members signed up for. now during his speech, she was clearly overstaying his welcome when he was interrupted and told to wrap up version of that is yep, of in the visual dame of our managers, primarily the for 30 bravo. you have to come out on the van. oh shes so chairman, i was told by the office of david so sorry that i was a located at 3035 minutes so i will use my time. i cannot confirmed our success.
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and i think that certain i see autopay have to ago. not them completely i'm. i'm coming to my an adult. the service there. me please had plenty to say. they said that the polish mp was slightly leading his country to leave the european union. one said they thought it was nigel for oz who was talking at that session while other emmy peas took the opportunity to congratulate the anti government protests that had been taking place in poland and suggesting perhaps it, they should continue mac. i want to thank those polls he took to the streets who showed their faces to other poles, hundreds of thousands of them. real patriots took to the streets with national flags, proud polish flags, and european flags in the hands of a patriot should not be a nationalist. we have all listened to your denials, but the truth is, your actions are a sly way to lead poland out of the union,
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unilateral illegal actions, cannot be accepted and will have consequences. the sinister gained of your playing is very clear. the sinister game is that your putting upon the size, the constitutional court, inside the polar and better politicized. not additional court is criticized by who, by the european court of justice during your speech. i was not sure if or worse listening to your to nigel, fresh to what you have done is in fact putting an existential threat for your country. this is our road to exit. there is no room for alternative solutions. in other words, what you are proposing here and the day it's a constitutional backseat. the commission resident ursula vaughan delane, which was demanded that she in the commission act immediately. emmy piece called on her to reject the recovery funds for poland. they called on her and the commission
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to trigger the rule of law conditionality, mechanism v d l herself vaughan, de leon said that the commission would do everything to ensure that it protect european citizens from threats. we cannot, and we will not allow our common values to be put at risk. the commission will act and the options are all known. first, option on fingerprints, where we legally challenged the judgement of the polish constitutional court. another option is the conditionality, mechanism, and other financial tools. the polish government has to explain to us how it intense to protect your appeal money given this ruling of their constitutional court. this was supposed to be an opportunity to make amends. thank you. lou rifts bring poland back into the fold, the bosom of you, what transpired was anything but that with amy piece,
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basically realizing and saying out loud that they don't accept the pulse. the poland is on. judging by the session on tuesday, it seems that the divisions between poland damn the rest of the e. u. even deeper and wider. moscow has strongly criticized ukraine's arrest of one of the leaders of the self proclaimed lugens region. the kremlin says that the holding of the russian national undermines peaceful settlement of the dunbar conflict. now hundreds gathered at the o. s. c. e monitoring office for the 6th day yesterday demanding andre. because your cough be fried because y'all, coffee sees fire observer was arrested by ukraine's military last week. he is accused of spying on ukrainian border troops. intentions in the region are growing after the us defense secretary dropped into ukraine on tuesday, where he had this to say about cubes roll in nato expansion. no 3rd country
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has has a veto over nato's membership decisions. ukraine has you heard me say earlier, has a right to decide its own future foreign policy and, and we expect that they will be able to do that without any outside interference. his words come in the wake of a dramatic spite intentions between russia and nato. moscow signalled its intent to pull the plug on its permanent mission to the block in brussels. that will happen on november 1st. nato's mission in the russian capital will also be closed. the move is a direct response for the alive earlier kicking out a number of russian diplomats for alleged spying. the kremlin, meanwhile, has described ne ukrainian bid to join nato as an expansionary step too far.
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he claims this session to nato would be the worst case scenario. this is the scenario that goes beyond the red lines of russia's national interests. this is the scenario that could force russia to take active measures to ensure its own security . and we spoke with former marine corps intelligence officer, scott ritter and ex senior security policy analyst, michael maloof, who both thinks s u. s. provocation is not necessarily helpful for nato. i think this is all part of a concerted action by the united states once again to, to wrap it up, pressure on, on moscow, basically to contain russia in, in its own sphere of influence. going back to 2008, when ah, ah, us was trying to push a both a georgia and ukraine into into nato. but it was a, it was, it was the membership itself, of, of nato, which decided against such
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a move. nato needs to understand that if they make an effort to bring ukraine in, russia will take action in the rushes that a nation to bluff say. i hope nato understands is that the russians are prone to blushing. and when they talked about extreme reaction, extreme security situation, extreme means extreme. we're talking about war. and there's a real chance that nato will find it. so for the shooting war with russia over ukraine, one that it and out when. and moreover, one that united states is not in a position to come to their aid. u. k. government, emergency crohn, a virus powers have been extended for another 6 months. this comes as the country recorded its highest daily coven death toll since march, but also as protests increasingly take place against vaccine passports. our correspondence in london shut edward's dusty, takes up the story. the house of commons has just waived through the government's
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flagship corona virus act. of 2020 dots. the 350 page act, the emergency powers, as it swept through the government some time ago. introduce at the start of the pandemic. i'll now continue for an additional 6 months, so it went through without even a vote. today it was expected that the parliamentary body would be holding a vote on all of this, but literally there was no opposition to it. so it was just sweat through opposition though was on the streets of central london today. numerous protests is gathering all across central london fighting for their freedoms and their liberties, which they say this act actually denies them off. now i was that myself and for some hours there were numerous clashes with the police throughout the day. however, the most alarming incident on the streets has to be when the cabinet, minnesota michael. gov was accosted by these protest as they coordinated pounced on the him, essentially accusing him of all sorts of things throughout the pandemic. it was
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then that please, i'll shoot him into a nearby building. the department for transports right here in westminster, offering him that much needed protection. ah, ah, ah, ah, essentially these activists today say there is no need for these emergency powers that basically allow the government to keep its unprecedented powers in place. interestingly though. 6 that there wasn't any opposition to it in the house of commons, especially from the labor party whose job is to oppose the government. in fact, we sort of turtle you 10 from labors shadow. how secretary said john ashworth, who said to day, we do not oppose the renewal of this act, but just at the thought of the pandemic. some 20 months ago, he described this act as the most for coney, an ever seen in peacetime breton that has never been subject to any robust scrutiny
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in parliament, of course being swept through today again, really dodging any scrutiny whatsoever. so what really are we talking about then while they were having to do some 20 months ago, as i say last spring, originally, i'd say give powers to the government to enforce the locked down rules. but now it's somewhat adapted into many other facets of life. as of course, locked down is now many a thing of the past today. it's more about things like piece powers, of course, the issue of moss and also things like the mass vaccination roll out. that is still very much underway, although it's now moved to the under 18 year olds plus things like vaccination, passports could very much become a reality. however, all of this comes in the context of the united kingdom. it has reported its highest number of cova deaths the 7 months and cases are really going back to at the level they were some months ago. of course. winter is only round the corner, meaning the pandemic could again return to the things that we've seen in the past.
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so all of that in context is potentially why extending these emergency powers is justified for the government. still becoming the program 5 years after the bombshell dossier on the ledge to trump russia collusion, the former british spy who compiled it. finally admits it's not 100 percent accurate. that's official bricks here with us. oh, driven by drill shapes, banks, concur. some of those with
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dares sinks, we dare to ask a dual system of justice many thank so for example, a former senior f b i a issue lied repeatedly to his bosses, but now is exonerated. but a former head of the national security council did not lie to be f, b i and his life was destroyed. where is the justice in that with when i see black america? i see part of my so when i was growing, young, black american spoke to me when, why destroyed it did not. those who say black lives matter is
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a movement we are importing from america. know nothing of who we are. i lived in a world where wide lives mattered, and i was not wide like listening. and i wasn't known from black america. i learned how to speak back to whitefish aboriginal people here. i'm more every day. we are moving them now with the police were out with 2 seats. i'm scared that more children are going to grow up in the country that think says no racism, but then more likely to end up in the criminal justice system. then there are other fellow friends in daycare. mm. the welcome back. this is our to international. now the murder of a british m. p at a constituency meeting has escalated issues of personal security in the country,
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including online tom secretary, pretty patel says, ending online anonymity is being looked at as just one measure to combat such attacks. would you consider legislation to remove the right to anonymity on social media and i want to look at everything. there is what taken place already written has been scrambling to introduce stronger security measures for politicians in the wake of david amos's death. the conservative m. p was stabbed multiple times out of church was meeting constituents, avenue, southeast england church. the 25 year old man has been detained under terrorism legislation on suspicion of his murder. parliament is currently scrutinizing a draft online safety bill that will regulate online content. if pass, it will pressure social media companies to remove harmful or illegal material. you case communications regulator off. com will have the power to block access to sites
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and find companies up to 800000000 pounds or 10 percent of annual turnover. we spoke to political commentator sophie corcoran, who says that the new bill may have dark consequences on free speech. if you really remain, people is unlimited, you remain group of people from the public debate. for example, the public sector, teachers and stuff often have been mistaken when it comes to them. stop some interactions and it was that certain people and the debate back to my so mean tweet from cost and football or via there are good aspects of the online homeschool does brain we make in this place. let's play for lunch in children, may not be on line, but there is the element again in people's freedoms. and there is a lot of concern about this government anyway from lawyers supported about whereas head in terms of restricting people's liberties. this has been probably one of the
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most restrictive governments i've, i've lived in my life. i'm the government that we'd like to be freak conserves. a lot of people are very concerned. i think there will be quite a lot of outrage about this. the author of a bombshell d'orsay on the ledge come prussia collusion is standing by his claims while also admitting that they are not 100 percent true. former british spine. christopher steele has spoken publicly on his findings for the 1st time. document was compiled in 2016, and contained detailed allegations of a conspiracy between trumps associates and the kremlin. there were also some saucy details about donald trump's suppose it escapades in a moscow hotel room. none of those allegations have been proven. you have p, i later published heavily redacted pages showing the agency had paid for his work, but cut him off as a source after they disclosed his us intelligence links to a 3rd party. years later, there have still many unanswered questions regarding the steel dossier, not least,
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of which came into being how it came in the beating and our senior correspondent. but i guess you have comments. the steel dossier has been one of the most mocked derided but, but also talked about reports in modern political history. the spot being mostly dismissed as, as a work of fiction. it has just refused to die. and christopher steel is back again . hyping and defending. he's much maligned garcia. christopher still isn't, isn't hero, is he trader christopher steals a guy who picked a fight with 2 presidents. donald trump and vladimir. and he's live to tell the tale. mind the spoilers. there aren't any new revelations or poverty details. as with the 1st dossier in a vis tom, chris tries to defend the dossier. the multiple falsehoods and inaccurate season
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make believe. my li tries. i'm prepared to accept that not everything in the dosier is 100 percent accurate. i've yet to be convinced that that is one of them. yes, he says there are some things that my daughter that are literally made up, but he sticks it seems by the p tape. his allegation that the russians film donald trump with urinating prostitutes, and he has a stella argument to back it up, prove me wrong. he says, you tell him that no one's ever seen the staple heard of it and that he's the only source ad. well, that doesn't convince chris, it hasn't needed to be released because i think the russians felt they'd got pretty good value out of donald trump. when he was president of the us, the most remarkable thing in my opinion, is what still dossier supporters. a saying they can't defend the dos hair itself. it's at so full of holes and lies. so they've come up with
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a different method. it was the russians who painted the dossier by purposefully feeding christopher steele. this information is very likely that the russians planted this information in and demand other information that may have been truthful because that's exactly again the way that they operate. the victims of christopher steals reporting have also reacted michael cohen, who the dossier accused of secret meetings with a russians in europe. he had the f. b, i get involved. of course, they found no evidence of any such meetings ever taking place, but regardless mister co indeed react. he said that he was pleased that christopher steele had crawled out of the pop just long enough to make up a few more stories. i'm not too sure that everyone is us please. abs crease. the once was quite enough. there's nothing groundbreaking in of course. he's being,
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he's being interviewed by a very sympathetic, a quote unquote journalist. 3rd, stephanopoulos has been an operative for bill clinton in the democratic party for a long time. although looking at the mainstream coverage, this sort of rehabilitation of christopher steel seems to be, seems to be coming around. you have to scratch or has even the f b. i stopped using him as a confidential human in form of because i found that he was too unreliable. i think one very important aspect is the collusion of the u. s. mainstream media in this they absolutely fell down their jobs were expected. someone like steal to be a liar. we expected the people that hired him to be pretty dodgy people. of course, that's the case. but we did, we, at least once, would expect. i would have expected the u. s. mainstream media, u. s. media to have looked into some of the stories before recording them as if they were fact that as a few minutes i'll be back in about 34 minutes with another full and fresh look to news. this is our international ah.
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when i would show the wrong one, i just don't know. i mean, you won't have to fill out the theme because the applicant engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves will the part we choose to look so common ground gives rise to the i question about these crises and who's behind them? we had the sub prime crisis that resulted in many printing it that made the top get richer. we have to call the crisis, which has resulted in the top getting richer because of all the money printer. and we had a war in afghanistan go on for decades,
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which resulted in money printing in the top get richer, you know, and, and, and then you can get into the other, you know, into some other areas as well, really making some hard, making hard question. ah, it's been decade since the fall of spain's fascist regime, but old wounds still haven't hailed your interest in going into them. the only shortness because only coming out to you, a michel feed him up gay people and miss a powell said cutting me on the percent thus as me notice that anxious and they seem quarterly. now, thousands of newborn babies were torn from their mothers and given away in fullest adoption, donnelly bought about a used yell for faster than my own. robel is ophelia and linda. to this day mothers still search for grown children, while adults look in hope for their birth parents. ah,
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ah ah. hello and welcome to cross stock where all things are considered. i'm peter level, is there now a dual system of justice? many think so, for example, a former senior f b, i official lied repeatedly to his bosses, but now is exonerated. but a former head of the national security council did not lie to be f b i and his life was destroyed. where is the justice in that? ah cross stocking dual justice, i'm joined by my guess, lionel in new york. he is a legal in media analyst in boston. we have sabrina salvas. he,
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she is the host of the sabi, sobbed podcast and co host of the fred hampton left this podcast. and in tampa bay, we crossed to david or north sky. he is the national radio house of and neighbors choice. i cross cycles in effect, that means he can jump in any time you want and i always appreciated lie the, let me go to you because you're the 1st person i thought of. but i wanted to do this program at the end of last week. um, there seems to be more and more cases of gross injustice where people break the law and get go. scott free people that are under suspicion of breaking the law. none the less their lives are destroyed. of course i'm talking about any mccabe and michael flynn. okay. both were accused of lying to the to the f. b, i one, did one got off the hook, his whole pension, the whole thing, and the other guy left bankrupt, okay? now irrespective of if you like, either one of those guys, the outcomes were very, very different. and it tells me that there is a dual system of justice. am i wrong co headline?
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absolutely not. in fact, my particular favorite is the fact that we are making so much out of this january 6 . trespass has been called everything from the worst insurrection. we actually had people in congress say that it was worse and world war joe and civil war and 911. at the same time. while, by the way, here in new york in new jersey, there were billboard to see if you know anything. if you know anything about any kind of interaction called the f b i at the same time, i'm here in new york. when we had this city, almost in flames from b, l m, an antique or riot, there wasn't the slightest interest in finding out who was responsible, who organized it, so which a double a standard of justice and it also some particular crimes. don't get any attention whatsoever, and this from a country that says equal justice under the law and the 14th amendment of equal protection, which is the cornerstone of our system. it's disgusting. i agree with you that a the january say the, the whole.


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