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very difficult time to sit down and talk with criminal negligence. that's our russia's foreign ministry. is describing the work of thumb western journalist seeking to mislead the public into believing russia wants to invade to crane. despite continuous denials from officials in most good oversight, though openly calling for a di escalation, some nato member states offending miss all the other weaponry to ukraine. the u. k . in the arms are only for defensive purposes and posed no threat to russia. you know, from good, i have probably, you know, performed with anybody thought what happened. he was president joe biden said his job performance have been fellow with the latest poll numbers indicate the else is . it examines the ups and downs of biden's post here in open i'm
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gonna say they're not willing to host a migrant attention. spencer, for the u. k. f media reports claim the british government is looking to report illegal migrants to 3rd party countries in africa, particularly gonna under a wanda with if just turn 11 am here and most go, thank you for joining us. this is all t international with the latest news from around the world. that western journalists trying to convince the public that russia wants to invade neighboring ukraine are committing criminal negligence. not to be for moscow or officials hopping strenuously denying these deceptive efforts by the media. and the american establishment. it's amazing how american gen, lest speak was all certainty about russia's attack on ukraine. and seemed to have never heard about nato expansion to the east, or the obligations of western countries to the indivisibility of security. it is as
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if they did not know anything about the provocations of the key. every shame and washington support will. is this holy simplicity or impermissible. neva, t. i think it's criminal negligence, but media hysteria that maria's a horrible mentioned there has spread across the west like wild fire over the past several months and bite and seems to be just as captivated by this idea of some sort of russian invasion as his friends in the western media are who seemed to be in lock step with nato. at his 2nd major press conference since taking office, he said that vladimir prudent is still calculating. he still waiting for his moment to take some sort of military action. and when does he think this invasion will be? well, with all of the might of the u. s. intelligence services at biden's disposal. he seems to think that it all hinges on putin having a bad morning. one day. the only thing i'm calling from is that decision
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is totally soley, completely good decision. nobody else can make that decision known osgood impacts? he's making that decision. since i suspect it matters, which sounds a bit, he gets up on the morning as to exactly what he's going to do. all jokes aside though bided did not pull any punches when he was talking about threats against russia. he promised that there would be sanctions, the likes of which vladimir putin has never seen before. he confirmed that $600000000.00 worth of sophisticated military technology has been deployed to ukraine and other nato and, and nato countries in eastern europe. so, and that was all echoed by a number of republican lawmakers who said that biden should give prudent, bloody nose if he, it takes any action against ukraine. so we've got 2 sides here, both saying that they're looking for a diplomatic solution. but washington just seems to be disregarding all of russia's
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negotiating points. i say, with all this going on, what's the word from russia while the, these accusations of an eminence, russian invasion of ukraine, they've been going around for months now and time and time again. moscow has said that it's just a fantasy. they've said that, you know, russia has the right to move its own troops around in its own territory. and that should not be a threat to anyone. we stress once again, russia is not going to attack and, and why the practice of moving troops on our own soil is a sovereign right. we call for an end to those serious so as not to pile intentions around the down this problem. and most importantly, not to push hot heads in key of towards new provocations. now to make the whole situation even more tensor intelligent services from the self proclaimed finance people's republic. have said that ukraine is actually planning to attack by and sabotage key points along the front line. the line of conflict between a key of controlled territory and don boss and ukraine. so far there has not been any comment from kiev on these developments. but this combined with the west's attempts to stoke hysteria around an alleged russian attack, i mean,
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they're not doing anything for d d escalation to the conflict there. that's a, made the west's efforts to weaponized ukraine. just recently, the u. s. approved nato plans to deploy anti tank missiles and other arms to force is near russia's borders. with the, by the administration. additionally, planning to ship $200000000.00 worth of missiles, ammunition, and other equipment ukraine in the coming days. and it's not only the u. s. during the escalation efforts and ukraine bring in more lethal weapons, u. k. air force thought if the key of within the 7 lodge military aircraft with where from ruth anti tank weapons on board,
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ukrainian officials don't hold back their excitement. this military assistance will strengthen our forces and increase our defense capabilities. i want to stress that we will only use these weapons for defense purposes to protect the critical infrastructure and civilians from any actions that may lead to escalation. royal air force bringing peace and stability to europe since the belgrade bombing. we got reactions from former british ambassadors, craig murray, and peter ford to leave the war. mongering is politically beneficial for western leaders. this thing deserves course that isn't going to be a russian invasion. this is a sauce concocted. i said nothing. and do united kingdom, you have a government in deep trouble and very unpopular. you have the same of joe biden. joe biden is a plumbing debt bun, popularity, but notice when level plums before accept the donald trump. so a fun distraction, sabre, that name, war mongering is always something which politicians turn to and which generally
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they can, they can rely on their media to, to deflect and take up. so we're seeing this doesn't phobic war mongering propaganda. largely, i think there's a distraction from the internal weakness of the western government. i'm afraid, very closely at the moment is not thinking about long consequences. they're thinking today tomorrow, no further than next week. when johnson may hope that clinical domestic crisis may be over, in the meanwhile, and his internet to ramp up or to drive the temperature, which is exactly what was done by announcing the day, sending a new record to ukraine. hope i hope henson,
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ukraine see no sign of letting up on alive is how the situation may involve. you can find that on small on our website, dot com. well, it's been a year since joe biden took office as america's president. and despite numerous problems on citing approval, ratings have remained relatively up beat, claiming with midterm elections coming up that he's doing even better than expected . i don't leave the pulse, i didn't know or promise it, but i have probably upper form when anybody thought would happen. that most americans don't seem to share biden's optimism about his management of the country . as a recent poll shows that most voters think the president has taken the us down the wrong path, we should becca of the anti war organisation. the on the coalition said one of the finance biggest problems is that so many of his meetings just seem to go know we're we're trying to today to prove to somehow to people that he succeeded. and in fact,
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what the 1st year is and ministration has been, has been crisis have to crisis. and those prices have not been solved instead of reaching out to the public. and i tried to invoke popular support for the legislation. instead, just repeatedly carried out these meetings, but led to nowhere, i see correspond, and kenneth moping takes a closer look at what's marked biden's 1st year in office. madame tussaud's has presented joe biden with quite an honor to celebrate his 1st year in office. he and his vice president had been immortalized in wax. ah, pamela harris is the 1st vice president to go in with some joking that she was
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added simply because joe biden can't cope on his own. now there are hollywood miles recreated almost to realistically for some put them in the white house. it would have the same results or probably better. can we put them in the oval they are about as useful as the real things outstanding job of capturing the likeness of both prison biden and vice president harris. historic because it's the 1st set of wax figures with the same amount of charismatic and mental capacity as the real versions. so how did we get to this point? well, and joe biden 1st took off his mainstream media, talked about it like it was a fairy tale. he was sweeping in to rescue us from the nightmare of donald trump. he was going to re unify the country. he loves to be, you know, to, to meet people in to. well, there's a reason he gotten to politics is all about the griffin grand and it happy to mix it up with both president elect joe biden and vice president harris pulled the grief and regret out of the privacy of our hearts if just for
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a moment. so that we all could share it 12 months later and mainstream you as media is now reporting on a very different atmosphere. the president will arrive in this room at a moment of national exhaustion and drained morale. as the crone of ours pandemic heads into a 3rd year, amid a sense, events at home and abroad, a cascading out of control. and the vicious ideological divides could to america appalled, and they're always holding joe biden speak to the fire, asking him tom west chance about important issues. or maybe not. i'll let her know i will he, donald trump's air force, one color scheme change. this is such a good question, a happy. i'm not going to be more question that gives you a voice for july, except now you're living there and you're president. it's been 4 weeks. what's it like? americans? patient is running out. the price of gasoline and food is rising. so as crime cove,
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it is raging out of control. the usa is longest war ended and a chaotic disaster is pull out that made america the laughing stock of the world. the mean for dissing sleepy joe is let's go brandon, with some wondering if biden even gets the joke. yeah, i hope you guys have a wonderful christmas as well. and let's go brantley, joe brand and i heard, or maybe he does know what it means and then he just forgets every so often. and then he remembers again with with no, no, no way to me. i'm asking you a question. i said, is that accurate semester,
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you know, with, and i want to thank you. that film down on thank you very much for your present. harris. mike took a virtual tour vaccination general marijuana. a los angeles and i won my daughter to long beach long beach. thank you. a days you are going to write yet another chapter in the beautiful story of the french mainstream media is suggesting just a year into his presidency that maybe biden shouldn't run again in 2024. some are
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suggesting hillary clinton again, or maybe biden could add trump's arch enemy republican lose cheney to the ticket. a lot of biden's voters have turned against him. the 14 point shifted to republicans that just took place around the country, is the biggest on record. it's pretty safe to say that joe biden's 1st year in office hasn't gone so well for him. he's pretty unlikely to get his face added to mount rushmore anytime soon. that sad, this is america, and he still gets 3 more years. caleb martin, r t new york the new york times, which validly kind of a b d funds, the police movements in recent years now say that social justice, that it's like it may be linked to the drastic rise in us crime rate. we're bringing that story and more after the great, with all those driven by dreamers i spoke with
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you. there's things we dare to ask. oh, well, it's showing wrong when i was just a kid, an engagement. it was the trail. when so many find themselves world, the more we choose to look so common ground
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ah, ah, the, the news news. welcome back. the west african nation of garner has completely rejected media reports for this, considering hosting an offshore migrant detention center for the u. k. is being
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claimed for britain wants to pause illegal migrants to 3rd party countries in africa such as gonna and were wanda u. k. newspapers reported details of a document dubbed operation dead meat, which contains among others a measure supposedly being drawn up by u. k. or thirty's to send migrants to countries such as rwanda and gonna for processing and resettlement. garner has not engaged with the u. k. on any such plan and does not intend to consider any such operation in the future. a similar case took place 3 months ago when albanian and u. k. officials were claimed to be close to strike a deal in a processing center with albanian authorities. likewise dismissing the report as being absolutely untrue this month alone, more than a 1000 migrants are believed to have crossed the english channel from the e. u to british shaws expected that this year the number will reach 65000. the u. k
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has been trading blame with the wrong side of the drastic rise and illegal migrant for things. i'm french presidente manuel mac, ron insists the u. k. to create legal safe rhodes to person and an address to the european parliament. he said the issue won't be resolved if the u. k. doesn't ease its migration policies. the u. k. home secretary said early this week that the armed forces could take charge of operations to limit migrant crossings in the channel. we discussed the situation with the u. k. independence parties, fullness spokes person on immigration. he says that boris johnson's pledges on the issue are a bit to distract the public's attention away from the so called polity gate scandal, amid claims he hosted boozy get together during a covert, lockdown is so ridiculous. i did use the navy, the british navy has been cut to the bone anyway, and its purpose is not to repel illegal immigrant boats. we are without countries like governor oregon to actually knowing about it, saying that we are going to transport illegal immigrants over there. that rightly
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replying and telling us that they don't want them. this has been a problem ever since into power back in 2019 tourism i was little bit weak or miss she famously saw in the un migration call show some has come out with big words. this is very convenient, but only now as the illegal immigrant crisis reaches a crescendo. and at the same time, the local subarus johnson to go that this, these firm promises a being made. we've been full too many times by preaching to tell him that conservatives are not going to do anything about it. with an unprecedented spike in murder in the united states in the last few years. the new york times delves into the root causes of the problem in a recent report, just by having continuously provided a platform for the b funds, the police movement. the newspaper now suggests that by products of the social justice efforts could have contributed to the rise in crime police officer's skirt
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of been caught. the next viral video may have pulled back on proactive anti violence practices and extreme circumstances. the lack of confidence in the police could have led some people to take the law into their own hands in acts of street or vigilante violence. the timing supports this theory of homicides rising. unusually quickly. surely the george floyd's murder and the insuring protests liddy funds. the police movement interrupted amid social justice protests throughout major u. s. cities, 2 years ago in the wake of the murder of african american man, george floyd by a police offer officer who was detaining him. supporters of the movements have called for police officers authority to be reduced with their funding, redirected to other issues and new york times zealous neighborhood of houses. too often in recent months, instead of a bomb, the police department has become another source of trauma, overhauling the police department may be the only way to stop the violence and give
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new york the policing. it deserves enough. we can't reform the police. the only way to diminish police violence as to reduce contact between the public and the police . recent years i've seen a drastic rise in the u. s. murder rate and 2020 him. at the mass, protests homicides increased. met nearly 30 percent in comparison with the year before, with boat and former law enforcement officers about what they think of the new york times. as a parent you turn in its coverage. the attitude towards police was definitely affected. you saw the, i mean, perhaps the people that were on the fence about police or, or didn't carry the way about what, what we did this police officers. they tended to believe the negative, this cycle and notion of police brutality in my, in my experience seems to be cycled around election to, believe it or not. if you'll notice some of the, the biggest cases of police shootings on our black then white police
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officers. they tend to happen around the elections and there's a push from the media or there's a push from the politicians and the drums up support for more votes. i think may be publications like the new york times or even the washington post are taking note of their role. everybody has skin in this game and, and their role in manipulating their readers homicide is should have people reconsidered rent out their print and negative stories. i believe that the police are out there doing a tremendous job is one of the professions that they put in their life on that line . and so we should really support the police put on the flip side. if there's some reason to criticize the police will be criticizing, but mainstream media has been on or out of salt against police, which can cause a negative impact. police, for sure, which communities in which a country of nearly $170.00 islands in the
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south pacific conga, is reading from a vine, and fall can corruption, and subsequent synonymy with reports of several people killed on the extensive damage to the country's infrastructure. these satellite images show the scale of a devastation. ah, the awesome news in brief, this on the tongue disaster has even impacted perhaps more than 10000 kilometers away as massive waves caused by the russian damaged and oil tank, causing it to spill some 6000 barrels of crude, off the peruvian coast authorities and environmental activists have been scrambling
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to say wildlife effected by the extensive so mar, thousands of the open orthodox, christie and celebrated epiphany on wednesday, with crowns gathering and gone, a form, a council of the historic ethiopian empire unesco. consider a celebration as part of welding, cultural heritage on the board, the international space station russian cosmonaut sounds haunch, capital valve and plus re duper of conducted this a space. walk this year to integrate the now and per child modules into the wash and segments of the orbiting laboratory, the space station designed for scientific experiments that would be possible impossible, and us has been a collaboration of mostly russian and u. s. cruise for more than 2 decades of will to which future? well, plenty more stories can be found on our website r t dot com will be back with all the latest headlines in about 30 minutes.
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with so called enhanced interrogation techniques used by the u. s. officials were basically designed as techniques to break down the human mind. if you force a human being to stay in a certain position doesn't take very long to the pain involved to become absolutely excruciating, but nobody's lane finger on you. you are doing it to yourself. we started adopting those techniques when i was stationed in mosul among them, wordpress positions sleep deprivation. inducing hypothermia. there's already beginning to be evidence that these old techniques are now being used on
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immigrant children. whatever you do or more comes home. nobody has been held accountable for the torture that happened in the past and the moral authority that made america awarded or sacrifice the shimmer of effective interrogation. yes, yes, i do need name look risky. in fact, will i? lisa typical. there is only 9, but already 8 university students. that away means rational effect. everything in a teams and you must appointment. let's see. yep. you got the floss, there's dos, the deal to read it, then noble. choose able to call with young children that he make them go no recalls. he really shows control such programs. now bush night, nebraska and of course with them. well, you're special,
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the boom bought the one business show you can subordinate bambridge board and i'm rachel lemons in washington and coming up the wave of crypto currency crackdowns just got even bigger as the u. k. has now stepped up. if that birds began my advertisement in the industry will green you all the latest, straight ahead. plus tax stocks in the united states are looking to make a come back as the nasdaq is approaching correction territory. we'll take a look at the state of markets, and the disparity between rich and poor has been compounded by the pandemic, as millions have fallen into debt and poverty, while the wealthiest have thrived gotta pack. so today was dive right it. we lead the program with a follow up to a global trend of regulating crypto as the u. k is now joining the growing list of countries and acting stricter rules for crypto currency advertising. the u. k. government has published its plans to oppose stringent restrictions on crypto advertisements. these strengthen rules focus mainly on misleading claims that might
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cause customers or now this comes after a guardian report highlighting a record number of advertisements for crypto companies on london public transport documents obtained through freedom of information act request found that there were nearly 40000 crypto ads from 13 companies that were displayed by transport for london between april in september of last year, prompting calls to band practice altogether. now, earlier this week, we told you that spain has now become the 1st you country to impose new rules on crypto advertising. and that singapore has outright band the advertisement of crypto and crypto products to joining us now to discuss the latest or been thus co host, an crypto analyst, benson and christy. i. ben lonestar with you here. what do we know so far about the new rules in the u. k. regarding crypto advertising yeah, centrally, what's happening here is very similar to what's happening in spain.


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