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i want to talk to my annuity. oh, i can send more a lot and we'll put them out that they give us a russian allied forces have claim control over 220 localities since february ortiz, eager to develop, is in one of the latest key times to be taken on the world right, your take slogans which very quickly turn into something very different and see that slogans over there. the quickly make way to not see symbols and an o march to the legacy of the nazi germany. insiders report washington is changing. it stamps on the ukraine, trying to distance itself from the conflict as public interests. wings also ahead
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with from being help to being homeless, ukrainian refugees are a facing eviction on the cuts in benefits. europe grows increasingly concerned at the price. so child comes out on china, i q does the u. s. of reaping benefits from the ukranian crisis, stating it's the youth carrying the burden. it comes with friday may the 27th for pm here in moscow. welcome to the global use our in our t. i'm, you know, neil, we begin with so updates on the ukraine conflicts where the russian m. o. t has said that russian and allied forces have reached them, control over to 120 localities since february. the latest is the town of cross,
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ne limon, located in the north of the done yeske region. it had been one of the key fortified areas under ukrainian rule in the don bos region. russian troops 1st entered the city on may 23rd, with keir forces, withdrawing to the south west without a pitched battle. a top key of advisor says that the fall of leman shows the proficiency of russian commanders, pony, but it didn't have done. according to unverified data. we have lost the city of lima as is the russian army. it needs to be checked, has taken it under control over at the same time, the way it was taken shows that there were very talented commanders there who organized the operation correctly. and this shows, in principle, the increased operational management and tactical skill of the russian army. well, another success for russian troops is the capture of spect low doors, which brings advancing forces closer to encircling b,
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ukrainian military and the dunbar pocket. the city host to one of the largest thermal power plants in europe is now fully under the control of the done yet army . we got reaction to all that's been occurring from locals. butcher 2, it's better that you hear. it's already wonderful for a yes, constant shelling was allowed. shootings happened there, the school. thank you for coming. not only am i grateful, there are more than 90 percent of such people here. i believe for you this. i'm so happy i could cry honestly, will you leave us? no, of course not. no, no, don't abandon us. is quite for now. what is it? it seems, everything come down. let's hope that it will be even calmer. like when the front shifts a little further. further away to hearken, and as troops pushed the front line east, the main challenge for the reclaim territories is restoring peaceful life. the head of the done, yes, republic stays. another issue for the embattled area is filtering p. o w's preparing tribunals for those suspected of war. crimes, social skills and sabrina,
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the flea, and the crimes of the as of regiment are shocking. they can be explained using the logic of a same person. crimes haven't only been committed by his members alone. the ukrainian army have also been involved. unfortunately, we have evidence of regular soldiers conducting horrifying crimes, rapes torture and sadistic murders. some of them even more horrifying than the crimes of bizarre. you'll see all this evidence during the tribunals. this will all be described and i believe that every crime should be punished appropriately. he spoke well r t correspondent, eager shutdown affairs in special dar scan has been exploring the former positions held by keith's forces, who use civilian apartments, shelters, plastering some with nazi symbols. this place is where ukraine's artillery spouses was stationed. traditionally, they've set up their base, set up their camp on the top floor of an apartment building. this is a flat on this building is home to dozens of families who have been
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living and are still here. right now, so they have a small kitchen over there. the other it is then the ukrainian flags and something resembling letters from home that used to be on the wool. this is what you have here. and if we move down this corridor we get in there . well, layer, this is where they slept, a makeshift well bunk bed. and here on this little balcony of ukrainian spotters used to oversee the russian and the pupils, people's militia positions here. they, they, they have a good degree of comfort here. this is where their equipment was, as they were watching the well, our positions watching russian positions and well making corrections to their own artillery fire. and here's another interesting find in the room over here on the wall. it's their notes apart from the wifi password. there's also
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a code what each color of a signal rocket means, like, for example, it's as green means the offensive red means retreat. and here is the list of their enemies. you know, people as militia, they know their code names and they know which weapon every unit normal uses. like for example here it says don't bass, someone's code name, a 120 millimeter mortar. and so now i'm going to show you where the ukranian forces retreated to. this is yet another forma base camp of their spotters. but if you look further in the distance, and if you may be, squint your eyes, you can see smoke. and the hers is an, this is the smoke from the shelves that were launched by the artillery harvey of the lo ganske people's militia. so right now, this is the front line and this is where their artillery positions are right now.
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and they are responding with fire as well. this is one of the positions that a ukrainian new, not a unit abandoned has. all of them were retreating down that way. beyond the city of smitley dusk, you can have a look yourself at the fortifications. by the way, over here you can see a crater from one of the bombs or shells fired. and well, this is a good head by the people's militia, by the login's people's militia, and the russian forces over here. there's another fortification, a very safe place for them to hide and look at the amounts of well, wood and dirt, protecting them from any impact. this is where this particular unit slept. noticed how much concrete as around here, even ventilation. so everything for maximum safety on the wall, patriotic slogans, which very quickly turn into something very different if we just walk out of this
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place and check out the door and see that the slogans over there, the quickly make way to nazi symbols and an o march to the legacy of the nazi germany, the russian foreign minister has accused the west of waging a proxy war against russia. that's the mid reports that by the administration is preparing to send a long range missile systems to key of circle of roth told r t that such a step will rochard up already soaring tensions in europe. zip joseph, the west is cool to inflict to military defeats and russia as they need to pump weapons into you. craig move, including those that can hit russian territories. president lensky has publicly requested such weapon of some and we have strongly warned the west against providing them of it is effectively waging a proxy war against russia using hands, bodies, and minds of ukrainian near not the legal excuse, but long range weapons would drastically escalate the conflict through but i
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sincerely hope that the fi reasonable people in the west on the stand up with someone to view the bulk of the u. s. defense secretary has reiterated that america is keen to avoid a direct confrontation in ukraine. seeing that key of birth, the brunt of the responsibility to resolve the conflict. this is ukraine's right is not the united states fight at the end of the day. i can oh what, what this looks like, what im state looks like will be defined by the ukrainians cannot buy us. in any case, some experts are worried about the u. s. lux, enough of its own weaponry to continue supplying ukraine. one much longer. one retired army colonel says that washington's plans have changed entirely, and they are not seeking to distance themselves from keith with echoes of their strategy in afghanistan. now they're talks about during western ukraine and do quote unquote, ukraine to step to try and build an endless war that will go on and quote,
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unquote lead russia, which i see not happening. frankly, i don't know the europeans will put up with it or let me stop you. what do you mean by ukraine is stan. well, the, the idea that's been hatched over the pentagon and in the white house is, well, we'll just turn western new grain into some version of afghanistan for the russians . so that they, they'll end up in this endless guerrilla war. let's go live now to florida on laurie c johnson, former c i a analyst on theo, of the consultancy firm burg associates. welcome to you. what's your sense of the general attitude of americans on the, the median day to the conflict in ukraine? are people tiring of the stream of coverage? the average american yes. the fact that i was struck the other day i was looking at different media sites,
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trying to see about ukraine and to cry on out of 11 top stories. they had a dental administration on the political side, the leadership side, they're trying to figure out how to get themselves out of this now, because this is blown up in their faces as well. the problem is there's still see what the solution that i think douglas mcgregor referred to, and that is, they think they can. so met an insurgency. there were, there were reports prior to the start discussion, military operation on february 24th. that the cia, my former organization was out training, ukrainian, insurgents, to conduct and surgeon opperation along the lines of what was done. and i think those that have seized upon that as of it is the viable strategy
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or frankly deluding them. because there's nothing at all comparable and ukraine to make such an effort possible. first and foremost, russia has experience dealing with insurgencies in his own country. as was the case and just secondly, rushes dealing with the country that it knows well it knows the language of speech, the language, it's culturally not that are separated from russia. so all the things that normally might make search and see as role of warfare, a viable or not viable right now. 3, craig, mr. johnson, to what extent can the us simply no longer afford to send billions of dollars of weaponry to ukraine? could that be a major reason behind changing american altitude to the conflict to well, we already can't afford it, but still they're allocating the money. but then,
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you know, the other day it was, it's been reported the $40000000000.00 is being sent to ukraine. and yet when you parse that money, what is actually where it's actually supposed to go there? it's only 6000000000. it's really going to show up in terms of military, a ukraine, and of that amount is going to take some time for those items to be manufactured. i think this bill more was designed to feed incense industry to throw money and to put money into international organizations, about half of the state army. so we activeness of the weaponry being said, i think is a problem. because the, the public perception is that the united states was saying this was advanced weaponry, and this was going to turn the tide of the bad saw the ground in the reality was, are sort of cleaning out their closets of stuff they had to use for while i'm
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sending it over, we've seen quite a few complaints from some of the ukrainian sliders about javelin, la. ready working state or is not working. so right now the united states is they embark on on a war with rush. i don't think we need to sugar coated to try to pretend that it's something they haven't barked on the war with russia, but they were hoping to get it done without getting into shooting. and now all of the tools that they thought they were going to use, particularly on the sanctions front, f completely backfires because it's west, as with suffering shortages, is the west of suffering, the inflation. and it's the worst, it's going to be separate high unemployment. well, we appreciate your time and your thoughts. this are thank you. laurie c. johnson, former cia analyst and ceo of berg associates life, one or 2 a she video as
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a merge showing refugees allegedly being evicted from a hotel in spain that made claims of european countries. suspending aid programs to tooth rising cost. i think with hesitancy, i am in those prices just rising across the continent. european countries are, i suppose recognizing that hosting so many refugees does not come cheaply. looking at the changing attitudes in the e u that it appears is happening, ortiz, dont quarter, 6600000 ukrainians have fled their country and become refugees. as a result of the conflict that's about 5 times more people than the last migrant crisis in europe. and if hosting these people was expensive back then it's off the charts. now. the costs of providing for these refugees will stream countries,
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budgets, and not just in the short term integrating refugees into their economies will require large scale resources, time and supportive policies. in 2016, germany spent approximately $12000.00 euros per refugee per year, not including any language and cultural integration classes, support for ukrainian refugees could cost hosting states as much as $30000000000.00 over the next year. as if the you wasn't already dealing with supply chain issues in energy crisis record breaking inflation that into this already long list of economic woes is everything connected to hosting a sudden influx of millions of people. poland, been by far, the hardest hit since it's accepted over 3000000 refugees. that kind of budgetary strain is making itself felt across small polish border towns. everything else we have so far paid from our modest crisis fund that is or rather was $22000.00. these fonts are definitely not sufficient with voice me the most to our electricity bills
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that i suspect will knock a silver. our town can definitely not meet this costs. the sums i mentioned are a drop in the ocean. even warsaw is barely keeping up with its population surge of nearly 20 percent since late february, it's mayor is already talking about relocations. we need a relocation scheme because we need to share the burden the ukrainians are fighting for our freedom and we need to do our bid. number of polish cities are trying to economize at least by ending free public transport rides for ukrainians. as one might imagine, that hasn't gone down well with refugees with, with it's not as poland making cuts though bulgaria is having to cut refugee subsidies and relocate people ukrainians in the czech republic will soon have to find work or lose their government benefits in lot via
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the authorities have stopped providing refugees with free food, and the netherlands is even having to force local councils to accept refugees since many are not willing. this is not one i wanted, but this is how it is. in the coming weeks, we are going to say to a number of local councils, you have a suitable building. the permits are in order. it is owned by the refugee settlement agency or the state. and so we are going to use it despite freeing up billions to try and tackle this newest refugee crisis. even brussels has admitted there's not enough money to go around. the 7 year budget that started in 2021 was made for peace. nobody envisaged, as we were negotiating that budget, that there would be a war in europe. i think it is fair to say that the budget that we have now wasn't really made for the situation in which we find ourselves. considering experts are saying a global recession and a food crisis are also on the horizon. it looks like europe may be in for a tough couple of years. i didn't know what you were being so thinking they weren't
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really consulted. that's an awful lot of people. and they all have to be paid for. they will have to be looked after. they have to be house, they have to be provided with jobs or with welfare payments. your doesn't have that kind of money m a germany doesn't have that money. that's on top of all the other economic problems or, you know, storing food prices soaring energy prices. so where is this money going to come from the bay for these ukrainians? no doubt, the pressure why food the u. s. is profiting from the struggles of ukraine while the e. u, as bearing the cost bouts, according to the chinese foreign ministry, spokes person, over whom poor. since the outbreak of the russia, ukraine conflict. europe has been bearing the cost economically, politically and socially. but the u. s. has been reaping the benefits u. s. arms dealers have been celebrating with champagne and the u. s. grain and energy industries have made a fortune. while some examples, u. k. energy caps are expected to rise to
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a record $2800.00 pounds in october, where price is really skyrocketing across to you as well. though spicer causing major problems for the german car industry, disrupted supplies of ammonia grain, as well as sunflower oil. the shortages of personnel, fertilizer unscrewed prices, with many small businesses having to close according to the washington post inflation in the west, has reached a 40 year pick live now to washington dc and political and social commentator garland nixon. hi there, garland. the chinese definitely, my pretty straightforward was in the about who exactly he believes as profiting from the conflict and ukraine. what do you make of that allegation? have american industries gain from it? yes, and what the europeans have to understand is the ukraine crisis sped up a dynamic. that was the inevitable in the same way that if
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a person doesn't have food, if you start starving, your body will literally consume its own tissue to survive, to keep the organs in the heart and the main parts of the body alive. what's happening is, as russia and china provide viable alternatives for developing nations to, to, to trade with them, whether it's in bananas or uranium or coffee or whatever it is. it gets more difficult for the u. s. empire to pray on these kinds of countries. and to have a high standard of living based on those predatory actions. so what it is done is turned inward, and now it has to pray on the european union in order to maintain a higher standard of living. and that's all it is the united states or corporations, the united states government is praying and eating off of europe to maintain a higher standard of living here. and they're going to wreck the u. s. standard of living. but that was coming. this just spitted up dramatically. was that a, for a point made by the european union by china saying that it's really bearing the
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consequences of punishing russia? that's a quote alone. oh, absolutely. because here in the united states, i mean, we have some level of, you know, we have increased gas prices, we have a increased inflation. but no more than what's going around the world. we probably have the norm that's going around the world as opposed to europe, which has dramatically larger problems. they're not as wealthy as the united states . they're not as economically stable. and keep in mind something the u. s. in russia can grow their own food. we can create our own, you know, provide our own energy and the you can do neither of those things. so actually, in the long run, russia will be fine. the united states will probably make it through to some extent only not without a lot of pain, but the you is going to experience dramatic economic problems and subsequent to that, they're going to have terrible social and political repercussions from this. it's not going to be
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a good place to live and it is their leaders who made the decisions that this was going to happen. it didn't have to happen. it could have been done a much, you know, through diplomatic needs. and the overall sense of it, are you surprised by the impact on t rush and sections of how people across the union? not at all. no, not, not at all because you know, the was in a perfect position that european union, they had industry, they had tourism, they had all the things they needed in a right next to the was this large country with all the commodities that they needed provided at a very fair and reasonable price by people who were for the most part, they were honest and reliable business men, they were doing fine. and that's the problem that the us empire head, the u. s. empire had to separate the you from russia because the e. u. was getting stronger and russia was getting stronger. in fact, they're doing the same thing to australia, australia had a great economy, a good economic relationship with china. they were doing well. and again,
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the united states had to intercept that, and they're actually having a negative effect on their so called allies. i mean, with allies that make your standard of living worse, that disrupt your economic and political stability. i don't consider that an ally. so the united states is now praying on its former allies for the interesting point at golden nixon. political analysts, thank you very much for your time today in coming and our team. thank you. i. china is strongly dissatisfied with the remarks made by u. s. secretary of state anthony, blinking to the accused beijing of undermining global order while saying america is not looking for conflict or a new cold war. that's as the u. s. official finally laid out the countries long term strategy towards china. we will remain focused on the most serious, long term challenge to the national order that's post by the people's republic of china. son is the only country with both the intent to reshape the international
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water. and increasingly, the economic, diplomatic, military and technological power to do it because we're wishing that opinion, tao. this lengthy and carefully crafted speech by secretary antony blinkin is essentially spreading. does information hyping up the china threat theory? meddling in china's internal affairs, and smearing china's domestic and foreign policy. the purpose is to contain and suppress china's development and uphold us had gemini. we strongly deplore and reject this. china is the 2nd largest economy in the world and the biggest country on earth in terms of population. you would think that relations with such a major country would be rather important when the new administration kicked off us, china talks in anchorage last year. it didn't go so well. remember, we'll also discuss our d concerns with actions by china, including and syndrome, hong kong, taiwan cyber attacks on the united states. you can on the coercion toward our alice
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. each of these actions threaten the rules based order on them by the mashanda taylor. we thought that the u. s. would follow basic diplomatic protocol. we should clarify opposition immediately. let me tell you something. you have no right to tell china that you start from a position of strength when talking to us about many are beginning to think that perhaps the bind administration made a pretty big mistake. handing us china relations over to this guy. the bite and administration is determined to make sure that taiwan has all necessary means to defend itself against any potential aggression, including unilateral action by china, to disrupt the status quo that's been in place now for many decades. taiwan is a very sensitive issue for china. china considers it to be a renegade province and the united states agrees with them apparently, but also thinks it's a good idea to send taiwan stockpiles of weapons. lincoln seems to be the master of dissing base. jang, on other issues here is spouting off about misuse of technology. we've been deeply
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concerned about what we're seeing from china in terms of its misuse of its technology to try to do things like increased surveillance, harassment, intimidation, censorship of citizens of journalists, of activists and others. and that includes abroad. at the same time, we have a total imbalance because these very same leaders in beijing are using the free and open media to spread propaganda to spread does information like and also seems to believe he may be able to get shine out to turn against russia. one of its closest allies present bud will be speaking to president, she tomorrow, and we'll make clear that china will bear responsibility for any actions it takes to support retros aggression. and we will not hesitate to impose cost russia and china are pretty closely linked economically. plus, they're both facing sanctions and pressure from the united states breaking apart. that relationship is going to take a lot more than bluster not wise words. blanket has been pushing the idea that somehow shina is a huge threat to the united states for
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a very long time. furthermore, the idea that china might help reshape global relations to be more multi lateral seems to really get under his skin. blanket has announced plans for creating a china house to handle us relations with beijing. the idea is to more closely coordinate with allies to counter china's influence. we will align our efforts with our network of allies and partners acting with common purpose and in common cause. and harnessing these 2 key ss will compete with china to defend our interests and build our vision for the future. so as antony blanket just really bad at his job, or is it possible the biden administration doesn't really want to improve relations with beijing? either way, optimistic words aside. it's pretty clear that you asked china relations are not headed in a good direction. caleb marvin artsy, new york, well, on that point, china, europe relations experts. why,
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way whining believes the power of american hegemony is under threats and facing many obstacles. us economy, stop and not soap with assumptions to russia. that you placing products. so you know me turn election year. so the us are to be the need to china's help even want to live to the paris not to the trump station. i'm going to china. and secondly, the u. s. allies or other countries do not want to take sides between china and united states. don't need to new cold war. so the message over this species about knows the to the new cold war. so the, i think they're, they're probably how does the company so the us, they are not follow the comment. so coat ah,
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competition competition with china on consideration must recent, also invest in shanghai, another half a 1000000, the new american money power, the funny because of that domestic economy. and if i get the products and also the so called.


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