Skip to main content

tv   News  RT  December 3, 2021 5:00am-5:31am EST

5:00 am
slavery long ago, ah ah, the headlines sr. asylum seekers may have to wait months at the ease bella roost border to get processed. if a new plan from brussels gets the go ahead. bright screech. so say the move throws away the rule book, needs you continues to escalate the situation directly on our borders and as for military security in the euro, atlantic region, it continues to deteriorate. also this, our rush is foreign minister, slams nato for a lack of diplomacy. at a meeting with the u. s. secretary of state warnings were exchanged over ukraine, and laska was threatening with new sanctions. and the c i a's embroiled in the child sex abuse scandal that involves children as young as 2 years old will. but one alleged offender going unpunished, according to declassified documents and
5:01 am
a nursing union for moran nursing union. sorry from around the globe. do call for cobit vaccine patterns to be lifted. blaming production restrictions for deaths in the developing world, etc. at the army crunch. trained will be followed the others if we did not act and it all countries in at the here, tier single vaccination strategy. ah, oh, well can you watching out international i violating asylum writes campaigners or angry you solution for asylum seekers attempting to get into europe through the butler russian border. there are still thousands of migrant stranded in valerie said a temporary shelter set up by the authorities. there, brussels though wants to extend the asylum processing time by months and kate, the migrant since special camps, however, writes creeps to warn it sets
5:02 am
a dangerous precedent. if the you can allow a minority of member states to throw out the rule book due to the presence of a few 1000 people at its border, it throws out any authority it has on human rights in the rule of law, stopping detaining and criminalize in people trying to find safety in europe, breaks, international and european asylum law, supporting the detention of migrants at e. u. borders puts politics over people's lives. when you, you is trying to get tough on migration, particularly on its east in bo, does now in a bid to tackle the issue that it's granted 3 countries. controversial emergency asylum measures that will give poland lithuania and latvia the power to hold people in special asylum processing centers, up to 16 weeks. that is a massive increase on the current timeframe that they can do that full weeks. the
5:03 am
moves have shocked your human rights organizations. they've accused that you are playing politics with people's lives and bowing to pressure from eastern european member states. and that said that this is fueling an empty migration agenda. these new rules will also extend the time that these countries have the even officially register asylum applications that could now increased up to 4 weeks up from a maximum of 10 days. at the moment, no tensions on the eastern borders of the e. you have been high for many months. the you is accused by the roots of frying migrants to minsk and dumping them with the buddha. the e. u says minsky is attempting to destabilize the union by flooding it with migrants in reaction to sanctions. it's placed on beller roost. minsk though, rejects these allegations. there are currently thought to be around $8000.00
5:04 am
migrants being held in centers in eastern europe in countries after they crossed over the border from belarus. around 7000 more are said to remain in belarus itself and what the commission describes the situation as improving. it still defends the idea behind these new measures to protect our borders and to protect people. we are giving flexibility and support to member states to manage this emergency situation without compromising on human rights. this should allow the member states in question to fully uphold the right to asylum and align legislation with you. a quiz . quit even you diplomats and law makers of finding this pretty hard to swallow. they describe the move as lowering you standards and even violating you law, leaving many to question how the you can hold itself up as a protector on human rights on the one hand and implement these measures on the
5:05 am
other charlotte, even ski r t, paris. so as we heard, and the proposal does suggest that migrants weight and special camps on the u territory while they're happy locations are processed. however, the head of oxfam, c. u office does believe the conditions in such facilities would undermine basic laws. the commissioner also has said that these are not the highest number of migrants, right? it's a few 1000 and the you should be able to manage that in a fair and you main way. unfortunately, we've seen that every time when a situation at the new border rises, whether that's now in, in poland and about 6 days, or whether it's on the southern border with grease italy or, or spain. there's this panic reaction instead of managing it and working an e u. member states together to share the responsibility for hosting asylum seekers and for, for sharing responsibility for the, for them aside and process. we see that is every time this,
5:06 am
this is instead of political crisis, we've seen that in spain and in italy and most currently on the greek islands where these restrictive measures of keeping people at the board are keeping them in substandard facilities and prolonging the time that they can stay there only has led to floor to silent procedures and to silence speakers being stuck in detention for monday and sometimes even years. and it also means that people who are arriving at the border to claim sign them to ask for asylum, who are often already fairly traumatized to have austin several former abilities. they're saying in substandard conditions. there's no legal aid for them and no health services. so they won't have a fair and you main asylum process. so that's the 1st concern. and then the 2nd concern is but because of the flawed asylum procedures in india, border border detention center. it will also make it much easier to send people
5:07 am
back to harm, which is a clear violation of international refugee long. so those are the 2 main concerns for us while migrants from mexico trying to get into the us. we're also face tough me restrictions with biden now adopting a trump policy. he previously criticized. we'll have the details on that bit later . roth. lack of diplomacy. that's what russia's foreign minister has accused nato off and exchange warnings to with the u. s. to the meeting of the organization for security and cooperation in europe, leverage also express his concern over the worsening relations. for those are, the 2 continues to escalate the situation directly on our borders. and as for military security in the euro, atlantic region, it continues to deteriorate. there's only one treaty left between russia and the united states. the strategic arms reduction treaty, the treaty on short and medium range missiles and the open skies treaty were
5:08 am
essentially torn apart by our american colleagues. what we heard from said gala rolf was a list of issues he has and what russia has with the way that russia has being dictated to by nato, by the united states. and by the west. he said, time and time again, the western partners of russian nato, the united states. everybody else saying that they had either miss on misunderstood or deliberately misconstrued the minsk agreement. and until that was properly adhered to that it could never ultimately be a reality on the ground. so galafaro also said that in the very near future, moscow would put forward a new security strategy and security packed that it wants to see, have some certain things written down in black and white as far as the relationship between nato and russia goes now antony, blinking the u. s. secretary of state also, i had given a press conference following that meeting. he said that as far as he was concerned,
5:09 am
and as far as the united states was concerned, russia posed a significant risk to the security of ukraine. there would be serious consequences for russian aggression toward ukraine as well as some of the efforts that we see russia taking to try to destabilize ukraine from within. well, the problem with sanctions, of course, is as they always result in counter sanctions and fight said gay law for all did say that there had been essentially a failure of diplomacy from his western partners and said that if serious sanctions were imposed on russia that there would be consequences going back, feel the way you little sliver of noise. it's new as the st. hellish sanctions follow and of course will react. we cannot not react. what will be our response? it will be seen. i don't want to guess what the west will decide to do threatening some financial sanctions, new sectoral sanctions. this is
5:10 am
a debt and road and indiana it will backfire. and the initiators of this illegitimate unilateral measures the secretary of state of the united states and the foreign minister of russia were never going to get to the bottom of all of the problems between the 2 countries here in stock o. what we may potentially take away from this is something that anthony blinking said after his and his meeting with so again, love rob. he said that had been a frank and full discussion and honest and sober debates and that close of foreign ministers, both senior diplomats. we'll take that away to their respective presidents, and we may well see some more discussion it that much higher level in the very near future. tolliver reporting now richard back from nancy, bore on to coalition does say, it's not russia that's on the march, but the u. k america and the rest of night i presentation or what's going on from the us side from secretary state blanket sites is so lacking in credibility
5:11 am
and so full of threat since 999 just 22 years. the number of countries in nato has almost doubled and strong and fire from the north atlantic, which is what it was called. you know, what it's so it's called the north atlantic treaty organization, but it's currently the strategy became to surround russia. presentation is false on the part of lincoln. it's not russia that's marching westward. and i, you know, every year surrounding the united states a little bit more or germany or france or britain or any of the nato countries. but that is what is happening in regard to nato and his relationship to russia doesn't c, i, a employees has been involved in the ledge, sex crimes against children as young as 2 years old. and only one of them was
5:12 am
charge. that's the timing revelation after a try with documents was d classified. it was done of as more in the story, more than $3600.00 pages of deeply disturbing material. 75 of them ever more. so the part of the trove logging sex crimes against children committed by at least 10 cia employees. and contractors, in the worst of cases against very young children, had inappropriate sexual activity with an unidentified 2 year old girl, admitted to having inappropriate sexual contact with the then 6 year old on 2 separate occasions, the personnel evaluation board voted unanimously to recommend termination and revocation of his clearances, the eastern district of virginia, united states attorney's office, declined prosecution of based on taint issues. this individual whose identity was clothed by
5:13 am
a code name along with everybody else was fired but never charged. according to the papers. another cia employee was caught with thousands of inappropriate images of children. on his work laptop. the agency employ had used as united states government laptop computer to view approximately 14000 images of pornography, of which 1400 were of underage individuals. the united states attorney office declined prosecution of in favor of administrative action by the agency. in view of the personal evaluation board recommendations, it is recommended that this case be closed with no further action was any legal action taken against them. while the answer to that question remains a mystery, none of the 75 pages mention anything of the sort. they do mention a c. i a contractor them who crawled into the darkest corner of the internet and thought he was seducing a child. the child, luckily,
5:14 am
turned out to be an undercover of b. i agent allegedly solicited an undercover special agent from the fbi i in an online chat room in an attempt to travel interstate for the purposes of having sex with what he believed to be an underaged child. the case has been closed, the agency terminated the contract with the individual, and again, apparently no further action was taken. yet they say they take such crimes very seriously. while we cannot comment on the reasons why specific cases were declined, we do take very seriously any allegation there are. prosecutors declined the potential case based on an improper assessment of the relevant factors, except according to unconfirmed reports. the c, i a was actively unenthusiastic about the idea of legal action against its employees and contractors. concerned more with the risks of classified information
5:15 am
being compromised in the court crossfire. and it took years for these papers to even become public and reveal that apparently the c i a badge is a real life equivalent of a get out of jail free card even for the worst of crimes. while we have our c, c, i a and the us attorney's office for virginia t comment on this story. emma let you know when we get a response from them. in the meantime, the format see i was will blur. john cardiac has told us that the agency needs it's serious changes when it comes to transparency. c, i a, officers and contractors can commit the most heinous crimes, crimes against children, and not be prosecuted. they're very good at covering up crimes. all they have to do is say, sources and methods. all they have to do is say that they want to protect classified information. there should have been whistleblowers at every step of the way. and the reason why it took so long for this news to finally see the light of day is
5:16 am
because the cia fought it in court. what the see, i always fears is that someone will get up on the stand in court to testify on his own behalf. and reveal classified information and especially will reveal sources and methods, perhaps the names of sources or information about ongoing operations. and so in exchange for not revealing that information, there's usually a plea deal or as you saw in this situation, no court case at all. this is what the polygraph is for. it's supposed to weed out perverts, and criminals, and crazy people, unless there is serious change inside the cia and certainly more transparency. i don't see this changing at all. ah, you can read more about this story too. and those allegations against the c i at our website at r t dot com. what will countries are reporting the new omicron caveat variant among the latest to
5:17 am
switzerland, iceland and greece, but it doesn't eat countries now affected. and meanwhile, nursing unions from 28 countries are planning vaccine, a sorry are blaming vaccine patterns for deaths in the developing world. and also demanding that pharma companies dropped their monopoly on the potentially life saving champs. the direct consequences of the failure to distribute vaccines and treatments equitably to the vast majority of people of low and moderate income countries could likely further transmission of coven 19 further mass illness and large numbers of fatalities. in those countries, there should be reason enough to address the crisis of global vaccine apartheid. we're not, not as we represent more than 2 and a half 1000000 healthcare workers worldwide. we asked that o, payton's for gov. if vaccines be abolished or emergent, axis be granted to them at the moment we have not achieved success in the european union, but we need to continue working. leading countries such as the united states in
5:18 am
spain are already in support of this initiative. we're rich countries have obtained 7000000000 doses of cobra vaccines. and that does compare to just 300000000 shots available to people in lower income nations. our mouth unions to say that the imbalance could lead to even more deaths. i'm a propeller again, warns of grim repercussions if the world doesn't adopt a single vaccination strategy. escape by younger me going to let you know the army crunch train will be followed by others. if we do not act, and if all countries dinner adhere to a single vaccination strategy at the moment, there is a global kovacs initiative aimed at corporation in the field of vaccines. the initiative is commendable, but although it initially seemed to have a well thought, our strategy, it did not yelled the expected results earlier. today we're facing an equality. despite the efforts of high income countries, only 14 percent of the vaccine colleagues should have received who are provided
5:19 am
with feel it is necessary to remove intellectual property rights in order to create vaccines and distribute them quite as primarily in low income and middle income economies. now while on the chronos threatened to derail the festive season for a lot of people, politicians also seen greatly concerned about choosing the right language to describe the winter. holidays asked taylor has more on this. it's not easy being the european commissioner for quality, because when the rest of your colleagues and brussels are figuring out how to stop the us from overheating, how to stop migrants from drowning it, see how to resuscitate the economy and how to mandate vaccinations without starting revolution you have to focus on the really serious issues. ah lou. with
5:20 am
john? yes. the current commissioner, helen dalley, has been busy during our guidelines for inclusive communication, an operable goal? the thing is helena miss, right? the room? it's been a long, 2 years since coven fast rocked up people, a tired christmas, it's warm and cozy, and it already got stolen last year. moreover, europe is overwhelmingly christian. so when the document got leaks, that wasn't exactly a chew, a fans outside her door, this document in our parking use. unbelievable. hey, is totally wrong. starting from christmas you are to use these strange wishes to
5:21 am
see some screenings. he said, he's mad though. well, what do you mean since nothing crazy commissioner wrong? it's so small. property can try to influence all europe. bmc is probably not a surprise, but one institution with a particular bone to pick was catholic church. what was it being they got an tradition on christmas and generally christianity. so one of the vaskins cardinals tore himself away from morning prayers to issue this rebuke. it boy, there is the cancellation of our roots to christian. i mentioned before europe, especially with regard to christian festivals, with the fear of god to put into her daddy, withdrew the guidelines as they clearly need more work. yes. meaning christmas has been saved from the e grin chez. so now, but it just seems to be the season for bashing you'll tied because across the channel, the u. k. government was looking for
5:22 am
a touchy tick tock. so going to encourage students to get faxed before the holidays job and go whoa, whoa, whoa, mary medina, christmas, that kind of thing. and though the celebration of jesus birth hasn't really bothered anyone since it started during the roman times, london decided in 2021, that it just doesn't cut it anymore. we have been advised by the cabinet office that we should not use the word christmas of the government campaign needs to be inclusive and some religions don't celebrate christmas. the other option was festive season, which keeps the emotional motivation. we have gone with. don't take coven 19 home for the holidays, as it links to school and university christmas holidays. and catching turns out, though that very well paid civil simons are not in touch with reality. shocking! because if you believe twitter, those non christians, weapon you want to burn stockings sabotage center and just topple the tree on trafalgar square. actually quite light christmas. in fact,
5:23 am
the general consensus seems to be your theory to christmas because it's a holiday. exactly nice thing. yeah, we have nice things any more, a question that no doubt millions of brits, our staff to hearing the latest advice from this government official. well, what it's worth. i don't think there should be much smoking on the mistletoe that needs to things like that. so yes, where grantees are king in f chimney, it seems it's not just co bed that might steal christmas. i'm excuse me, please take that snow covered far tree commonly associated the bright particular holiday and to some outs appear so inappropriate. so offensive. you 1st need to read the guidelines watching out he still had view this out of the french president called his british counterpart at climb as the to argue over american crisis. the saw 27 trying in the english channel in a single day. we'll have the details to soft, the blank blue
5:24 am
ah ah . there is no pinnacle of evolution. everything's flat. a bacterium is a product to 4000000000 years of evolution. it in a specific environment so away. so in that sense, when we on the deluxe, you survivors with indigo along a long process,
5:25 am
you so as in to the springs at yellowstone, we will not do very well. bacteria will do much better in that sense. with oh and again you with our t 9 britain is led to by a claim outside, the french president is branded forest johnson is france is for me. u k. envoy does sworn that relations have hit their lowest in more than 200 years. my cron allegedly made the remark, sna private conversation after a number of public ranks. bo, joe talks to me, full speed, everything's going well. we have grown up conversations, but he strikes me before and after, as having an inelegant way about him. it's always the same circus. it's sad to see
5:26 am
such a great country with which we could do so much led by a clown. well, in the latest batt micron took offense to a letter, johnson tweeted that appeared to blame france for the record flow of asylum seekers and paris. them promptly scrap his invitation to the u. k. to a european meeting on migration. last week, 27 migrants died, attempting to cross the english channel. when their inflatable boat capsized. it was one of the deadly se incidents since the migrant crisis began. and france and the cave also been at loggerheads in a post brakes dispute to over fishing rice, some of johnson's fellow party and peas though, have rallied to his defense they were in to pantomime season, not we. and as a french election coming, as i'm pretty unhelpful word, was the prime ministers in the town is elected prime minister of this country with a very big mandate leading this country through the pandemic. i'm surprised to hear that and, and disappointed and openly am, i'm sure that we can continue to try and work together to tackle this unconscious
5:27 am
that we will. i will hope that will get a formal response back when arte house and former british m. p himself, george galloway, to say there's a destructive mood in european politics only old fashioned, but i don't think the heads of state and heads of government should be publicly talking to each other and about each other in this way. it is indeed a toxic on tong corby all that we have now. but if bodies johnson is the circus clown, i'm afraid the manual macaroni is the circus dwarf and the british, and the french deserve better than the leaders that they have. but they're the only leaders that we've got and they have to get on with resolving war arm. i think post partum politics. this is a anti nato, a post natal depression, on the part of the french and b, e. u. in general. we have left them,
5:28 am
they find it impossible to bear. they want us to fail. they want us even to suffer, and they are ready, as is abundantly clear every day to permit the floor of thousands of people every week trance has the opportunity to elect a new president. soon i hope they take the opportunity to make a change. just as i wish that the british people could make a change, i'm satisfies with neither of these do leaders. but as long as they are the leaders, then they have to obey diplomatic norms. joe biden is about to adopt a migration policy he previously called in humane and was promoted by donald trump . it will force migrants to stay in mexico while they're kind for asylum in the us being processed. this is the 1st president history, united states,
5:29 am
america. there's anybody seeking asylum, has to do it in another country that's never happened before in america. we want to end this program, but we also believe in following the law. and that's exactly what we're doing. as there was, there was a ruling that required us moving forward with the implementation sufficiently called the migrant protection protocols. though it's commonly referred to as the remain in mexico program. it was instituted by us present, donald trump, during his administration, requiring migrants who would like to get asylum in the united states to wait in mexico for their approval. they don't wait in the united states, they wait across the border in mexico. the biden administration initially tried to dismantle and change this policy that was left over from the trump administration, but they were immediately taken to court by officials in missouri and texas. now it appears we have a texas judge ruling that the remain in mexico policy must be re implemented. and
5:30 am
as we wait for the ultimate results of an august lawsuit, now there's been a very significant increase in the number of migrants crossing the us border sense . joe biden has taken office a lot of videos and information has been revealed about how these numbers are rising. the number of people crossing over the us border has been a big point of contention. many of jo biden's critics in the republican party and in local and state government in places like texas, arizona, new mexico have been very critical of biden and his administration and how they handled the situation on the border. so it appears that starting next week, some border towns in texas will be re implementing the remain in mexico policy of the trumpet administration, a policy that biden initially opposed and tried to dismantle, but it appears it will be re instated in reporting that so that.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on