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the ah, the world celebrates the new year. our can look at some of the positive predictions for 2022 with financial experts forecasting the global economy is set to grow while inflation will start to fall. and of course, we reviewed the year that has just gone as well with a look at some of the big political spats that unfolded and putting a controversial defense field. it's all france at loggerheads with its allies 2021 was many things, but it also gave me online world plenty of ammunition to have fun making means from bernie sanders and his mittens to a boat stuck in the 2 s can now we look at the top, events of last year deemed worthy of digital mockery.
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the forecasting live direct from studios. mostly. this is our international and i'm john thomas is certainly glad to help you with right now. 2022 has only just begun and some of the positive expectations for the year ahead. the concern of the economy with financial experts predicting things could be looking up american investment bank. morgan stanley has a pretty positive outlook now thinks inflation in major markets will rise. but then retreat. while the global economy should grow by 5 percent, and the bank optimism doesn't stop there, either supply chains are expected to recover boosting commerce and driving down inflation throughout the world. emerging markets are predicted it to grow faster than the global average, especially in asia. although china's economy may slow down compared with last year, unless they warn the government uses up on certain regulations, including on carbon emissions. if those forecasts do come true,
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they'll bring much needed relief to the many who have suffered in economic squeeze after 2 coven blighted years. during which prices have stored, especially for energy and fuel. we asked to economists for their predictions for the coming year. i mean, the one i'm most concerned about is going to be the shock that results from a u. s. sovereign debt and currency crisis. i believe that that is inevitable, and that is going to be the biggest financial upheaval that the world has seen. i think the biggest issue in terms of the markets is what's the alternative that people are going to turn to against the us dollar? it doesn't look as if bitcoin and prep the currency so far have reached significantly wide enough acceptance to really beat the alternative that's needed. and certainly who wants to abandon the usa because the us dollar is at least the symbol of an economy that is consistently rejuvenate itself in favor of something like the euro. the next best option,
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when we see the europeans in math locked on having gas problems, all sorts of other issues at home, which don't suggest that the euro currency is any more stable. i do think that to move towards green energy is going to slow down substantially as people realize how expensive that's actually going to be. i mean, if you really want to save the planet from climate change, if this really is the essential read, it's going to come with a huge price tag is the situation. it's certainly in europe, in all the parts of the world. if you get inflation, we just have not been going off historically from large waves of the population. over the course of the last 20 years. you're looking at a position where people are going to be squeezed financially. they may have energy issues and certainly as their gas bill go up, what's the basis of politics while the engine romans don't pan after kansas bread and games? that doesn't seem to be an awful lot of sunlight there to be hot locked on europe at the moment times to cope with 19. if it's going to be more expensive to simply teach your home to like your home,
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and indeed to have the food that you want in your home. some people are going to get very, very upset, and it's not beyond the power of reason that we're going to see an increase in the sort of general protests that have been occurring. indeed, in recent weeks, the place was like holland, the pride to lock don once again with the new year ahead, people are also trying as in human nature to stay positive and look back at some of the funnier moments of 2021 particularly on line here is a lighter look at the year just cost ah, a . c
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but joking aside, pandemic remained at the global word for the year for britain, however, 2021 has put the country in a quote, much better position, specifically when it comes to the cupboard crisis. this is according to prime minister forrest johnson's new year's message. happy new year 2022 is almost upon us and whatever the challenges that faith continues to throw in our way, we can say one thing with certainty. opposition this december. the 31st is incomparably better than last year. that said daily infections in the u. k. hit another record high on friday, and england's top health official save the health services on a war footing. the u. k though of course, is not alone when it comes to struggling with the pandemic, nicky air and looks back on the past troubled 12 months. if 2020,
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with the year we love to cove it 2021 with the year life was supposed to get back on track. but as always, things on never that simple. after months of locked downs and restrictions 2021. so patients reach boiling points with trust in lead is at an all time low and people's spinning on to the street in protest. despite officials warning inoculation was vitally important. ah, in the u. k, the government's reputation, nose dived as p and boris stones and flip flopped on guidelines, leaving brits confused and frustrated where mosques don't wear mosques, hug your friends, don't hug friends rust on your neighbors and cancel your parties as the pm was alleged, to exempt himself from the rules and in,
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oh ah, there's a meetings of people at work today, but this is where i live and to our work are, those are meetings of people at what unsurprisingly, the country is predicting his stays in number 10 on now, numbered with elsewhere in europe, and vaccinated people were bonds for much of public life and there were take, the germans made that thoughts on this. heard the news. similar, angry scenes in australia,
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crowds opposing restrictions and vaccine mandates flooded the streets. ah, state side vaccine mandate, we're creating similar divisions as by announcing the vaccination would be compulsory for health workers, teachers and anyone working within a team of more than a 100. again, a suggestion, many were unwilling to take lying down both politicians and ordinary citizens. ah, in cove, it has become our common enemy rather than bring it as close together. it became another example of the disparity between rich and poor vaccine make his sold medicine to the highest bidders. and rich countries promised to share but hoarded
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doses, the surplus destroyed while the poorest nations of the world went without. there is no doubt that the inequitable sharing of those vaccines has cost many lives. while some countries are now rolling out blanket booster programs only have of w just member states, i've been able to reach the target of bucks in 1840 percent of their populations by the end of the year, because of distortions in global supply. meanwhile, the vaccine may cause the save is that the rich got rich themselves. new figures from the people's vaccine alliance reveals that the companies behind 2 of them are successful covered, maintain vaccines, pfizer, by and taken the durn and are making combined profits of $65000.00 every minute. despite receiving public funding of over a $1000000000.00. the 3 corporations have refused calls to urgently transfer vaccine technology and know how with capital producers and low and middle income
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countries. for those who was counting that money in 2021 year was one of loneliness, anxiety and depression of epidemic levels. but those who we turn to when a need of care, we're experiencing a crisis of their own various states. one of an impending health care system collapse with the national guard deployed for support on health care staff across the globe on strike over unworkable conditions. ah, and then we come full circle is hospital workers who object to monetary cova jobs all fired regardless of their reasons to defy the mandates. i am being escorted out of kaiser permanente hospital for my religious belief because i don't want to
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get the job. in 2020. we became arm chair experts in epidemiology 2021 taught is more than we ever needed to know about corporate greed and poor leadership. some off to such a check, a couple of years from may be forgiven for looking at 2022 through their fingers. a little uncertain of what the year will bring. a major international rift developed last year between old friends and it saw 2 countries on the opposite sides of the planet, driven even further apart, australia and france fell out after the french were snubbed up the last minute when britain and the us would australia into a new defense packed archie show you pinsky, has more on the deal that turn sour triggering the nuclear option is always going to be risky. business as us trainer found out in 2021. when he decided to renee, gonna 56000000000 euros submarine deal with france. so how did cambra elect
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paris? no. i friends offices bought a new and hands trilateral security partnership between the strider, the united kingdom and the united states. that i know when saw wrong, select flabbergasted, but it was not at a loss for words. see, but it's really a stop in the back. a relationship of trust have been built with australia, and this trust has been betrayed. crohn's livid at that deal of a century wave keyboard. and i want to thank her that fellow down on thank you very much. bow pushes to progress. what's scrapped without a claims? only warning. what followed was an a bomb of a diplomatic for lance. we had the president of france calling the prime minister stria a lawyer. we have a try block. we have the recall of ambassador and we have a very rocky,
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if the medic situation, frances, assuming the presidency of the a. you very significant fire in global politics. and very hostile and a long memory and feel, the trite, are even president by the way, that it was managed with clumsy, which is presidential her heading and screaming camera. and if you people think that things couldn't get any worse thing, you'd be wrong. australia's prime minister tried to suggest that france was aware the deal was doomed. i made it very clear that i conventional diesel powered submarine was not going to meet a strategy as strategic requirements. we discussed that candidly, then one of those apparent messages between the french and all the leaders was
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leaked. should i expect good old bad news from our joint submarines ambitions? oh dear. oh dear that when done with france. well, a bit like this submarine deal, inelegant crude confidence has been completely shattered. that's how the french saw it. relations hitting a new. lo and it seems the whole debacle hasn't gone down to well in australia. either the desire to acquire nuclear submarines will literally burn bridges with some of our most longstanding items will undermine original security and will break. a lot of formal and informal, regional understandings and cooperation are great. so they are profound implications for they are financial security. they are site environmental, they're also very much about an hour an hour bipolar
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cells and how others in the region and the world shifting towards nuclear submarines raises of the questions to given that astray is a non nuclear power nation. the real concern to move will priscilla title or sh original our rights. we've already seen expressions from japan and south korea. i and we would also consider all welcome a nuclear, how it's submarine option. and there is a real concern that this will now, right. i sort of understanding and lead to increased military expansion of pressure and technical capacity increases in the region while astray. it may,
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if hope that sampling up to the u. s. might have given it to boost on the international stage. what it seen is the reverse trade talks through the you have been kicked into the long grass, but in through all the stuff there is no worries kind of attitude so much so that it's just stuck up 2 fingers to french, designed helicopters to no one the front says the rift between the 2 countries remains open. what strain is lead is may not be quick to co known, just how big of an issue this could be. but australia themselves have been left wondering if they government is a few studies short of a 6 pack solid, even seeing all t paris in another major story. last year, u. s. troops and their allies rapidly pulled out of afghanistan after 2 decades of war. but for many who served there is still a looming question, wasn't worth it as part of our on heard voices project at r t dot com. we spoke to
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a u. k. army veteran about the conflict. i can take my life last year and i was in a wheel by the way, my mind ended. i nearly lost my son and i didn't know what to do. a lot of the guys i was with don't really talk to each other anymore. i mean there and to try to delete it and move away from all but quite a few people lives in the last but for 5 years. i think that was the reason is only a few months ago. i few been through hell and you're still living it you just get a feeling of fear somebody
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wouldn't understand, you know and giving the order to kill someone or stuff. you know, people get upset of things today that don't need to upset about i want, so i'm ok my coffee. i really just drink the coffee when i 1st went to the dentist on, we were told that we were going to burn the poppy fields to the planet to work and do not plan change them. and we landed in on our troops in a way that they haven't for many years, are going to be fighting alongside other countries and situations of great danger. soldiers are very good at taking orders and just getting on with it, not questing orders. but as you go to the years and you mature and you start to sort of have to bring in the thing for yourself and realize, okay, why are we here? what do we think? we know looking castanan think it was a pointless exercise. what's happening in the south of afghanistan is that
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resonance about the taliban trying to get back power the we want our way back. and the taliban had already got id in the grind that we'd already cleared. my friend, my really was just a couple, stood on one and died instantly lost his arms and legs. i believe it's 17 casualties all from, from our group out of each of those casualties. you've got quite a few guys affected by what they've seen. it's trauma on top of trauma as a constant heights about over a weeks and weeks. and most of the u. k. troops and officials of work round the clock to a remorseless deadline. it,
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thanks to the colossal exertions this country has not been processed, checked, vetted, and ended more than 15000 people to safety in less than 2 weeks. i mean, it's been a complete mess. had binds administration, worked with the rest of his allies. it would've been, we were going to leave anyway, but we could have done it in a systematic approach. for instance, you don't even need to have a military mindset to understand that if you're going to extract from a country, you bring back all your citizens from the embassy, put them into secure abuse and then fly them. what you don't do is flyers your military and then go, what about the with the civilians town and i got tional sick at home be 600000 m. 16 weapon systems, 3000 bombs left behind. so last, munitions that can be used for id. the glass that i was watching last night, i watched a video of telephone draft as us special forces moving in behind her to take
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control of fortune x. which, you know, it's just unbelievable. we've lost too many people for situation which we just gave upon. and britain's war in afghanistan, and tony's blair's pardon, it is very much back in people's minds this new year, a wave of anger has rolled across the u. k. at the announcement that the former prime minister is to be knighted by queen elizabeth with the highest possible ranking. many described his foreign policies when in power, as war crimes. all government despises its citizens. yes, tony blair deserves a trial at the hague rather than a knighthood. and imperial honor system, which naked every one from us, we need to jimmie snellville doesn't really have a reputation to protect. so does it. blair can disgrace what's already shameful. tony blair, getting a knighthood in the establishment, sticking out 2 fingers to ordinary people in the hundreds of thousands who were killed in iraq war. his years in office blair sent troops to combat zones
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5 times. he also strongly supported the launch in 2001 of the us war on terror that led to the invasion of iraq and as casualties mounted in that campaign, blair face to accusations that he had misled parliament over weapons of mass destruction in the country. that was the largely debunked reason given. so coalition forces could attack talk, radio host and calmness john gone says people have every right to be angry at tony blair's knighthood. i can't ever remember such an outburst on social media about the on his list. i would say 95 percent of people that i've read on social media today and i've spoken to in the street of very, very much against. i think it's an absolutely terrible decision. many people in our country now, but in the u. k. believe is a war criminal, they believe we were led into a war, you know,
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as jude got away prediction at the time that was illegal. if he had any real honor, he would have disappeared after iraq and afghanistan. he had enough money, he should a late lunch, he was a great prime minister for a long period of time. he was a brilliant, charismatic leader. but iraq and afghanistan mixed in will be the thing. he's room that for many people think he took their sons to their deaths in the desert and they can't forgive it. and i can fully understand where they're coming from. finally here in russia, the holiday season is only just getting started with the orthodox christmas being celebrated next friday and with ornaments and other festive items. still in hot demand for decorations one pensioner has taken a particularly creative approach. me, what's your oh, i
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say you can't feel my legs. i can only sit and lie. i haven't been outside for over 4 years. mm. ah . folk song broken dollar credit when my wife's friend came over, she liked the doll so much that she took it home. when people start to cindy, my boss, ah, ah, in yo, unless you started making compositions with animals and mushrooms, my friends began to come enough to buy them. i didn't refuse,
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so i don't charge him too much money. me the most fishing clothes i gave them to everyone in the summer. not bad. even cool ones came out. and for some reason the fish bice ah, the main thing to do is to make some remarkable. it doesn't take much. but from this junk, these things come out. ah, that does it for me this hour i will be back in, let's say 33 minutes with a look at your headlight. this is our international, but have you with with
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both? well happy new year. special kaiser and board with the one and only gerald salenti or it's nader of the transport. jazz man, no stuff ah . with
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ah ah, welcome to redacted denied i'm li camp. oh he hes got bobs. it's been an insane year in which i've actually used up my fcc allowable allotment of curse words. so now i can't fall on key not and use any bad words in this. god bless it, ap ourselves fire shy and lance, your bridal dazzle. but considering this year, we van,
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it's about time we looked back, the best of redacted tonight 2021. we covered every aspect on this show of the corruption, the greed, the show, see up at the, and the inhumane destruction of our world by a tiny group of dig, keisha experts oligarchy for souls that look like rotting corpse, fecal matter. total con shuree. hating morally bankrupt ass. ha ha, merry christmas. you get to point us on back the very best to redact of the night before i have a seizure enjoy in 2018. the worker rights consortium. put out an extensive report on the forrest labor in john. so where did they get all that information? where did they get it? i'm glad you asked. the grades on, looked into it, and the info came from these sources. ok. first, you have radio free asia,
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a u. s. government sponsor new service that even the new york times ones called quote, a world wide propaganda network built by the cia, unquote. so we can forget that meaningless source. next to the u. s. government, if you trust their claims, then you should probably just give up on life because the, the part of your brain, the question, anything is dead and shrivelled. so we're done with that source. now, the australian strategic policy institute on that. again. no, i believe, you know, go back to playing bona rang or cooking came to root on the barbara or some next up . adrian then, now i've covered adrian's as before. he's a lovely, very nice evangelical christian from germany who believes, believe that he's at war with china and that all jews will be burned in a fiery furnace when the n.


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