Skip to main content

tv   News  RT  June 2, 2022 12:00am-12:31am EDT

12:00 am
it gets to cope when you, when you're sitting in with dr. numbness, listen, who quizzes fulsome for her delusion would get food or booklet lucian revenues with ah, germany pledges more weapons to keep despite a method doesn't currently have the weapon in its own stocks. but then all used to deliver western weapons and supplies. ukraine has reportedly been targeted by russian missile soup and ukraine fires is human rights commission over spreading on verified information about the legit russian army war crimes starts up to western media base, their stories on her statement ah, from moscow to the well, this is our to international, my name is peter scott. these, the top stories this, our gemini has become the latest country to promise another batch of military aid
12:01 am
for ukraine. but despite the vows the german defense ministry has said he doesn't actually have the weapons in stock. that is a question that is ultimately directed at industry because we don't have these systems in use here. that is not a question that i can answer for the german ministry of defense. and because we don't have these systems in our inventory that comes out to germany, german chancellor left sholtes pledge to send iris c weapons to ukraine, which is a short range missiles that can also be used as a ground based ad defense system. this coming along in the coming weeks, we will also deliver more weapons. for example, the government has decided that we will send the iris t system in the most modern system that germany currently possesses. we are thus enabling ukraine to protect an entire major city from russia, airstrikes, and that is also a decision of this government. it really is surprising that he would make that
12:02 am
statement without checking with his defense experts. you know, i don't, i don't understand it. other than he's responding again to pressure from that he's receiving politically and he wants to go away think it pretty serious pressure. i recall over a month ago, the by the press conference with the german chancellor and, you know, biden is basically making putting words into the mouth of the german liter. so i think it's, it's for the americans. it's very important for the u. s. government, it's very important to have germany that the most powerful nation in nato to be on board. so this is very much a, an illustration of germany being, quote unquote, on board with this, this comes after washington agreed to send a new $700000000.00 military, a package to ukraine, including advanced us made rocket launch is the high my system, the launcher, can fire rock is capable of hitting targets up to 300 kilometers away,
12:03 am
but administration has only agreed to send rockets with a maximum range of 80 kilometers that could still be enough for ukraine to hit russian search. or if i it near the border. us states actually says q if i was promised, that he will not use the american weapons to fire to russia what the sisters being provided. the credits have given us assurances that they will not use the systems against targets on russian territory. there is a strong trust fund between ukraine in the united states in while even europe official, catherine de ball recently said that the organization is concerned over the faith of western arms and ukraine. they could fall into the wrong hands. what also concerns us as the whereabouts of the weapons that are currently being delivered to ukraine. at some point, the war will be over. we want to prevent a situation like 30 years ago in the balkan war. the weapons from this war are still used by criminal groups today. meanwhile, the u. k is reportedly also planning to provide ukraine with further military aid,
12:04 am
which is negotiating with us on the supply of american multiple rocket launch. systems we're talks are continuing between foreign sexual is truss under secretary of state antony blinking. tarrant krakowski form a u. s. air force lieutenant colonel taught us through some of the possible consequences of supplying ukraine with large amounts of weapons. in fact, the weapons themselves may not be delivered for a long time, may never be delivered. and certainly, if you look at it in the context of the great number of the great variety of antique and in process weapons that are being sent into ukraine, you really have to wonder what is, what is the objective here? because that is not how you are a nation to defend itself by giving all your leftovers in the stuff that you have from you know, 20 years ago. and then things you don't have even on hand. you're promising. it's a mass and we're making it more of a man. many of these weapons will be sold outside of ukraine. if they are delivered
12:05 am
it all, they will not stay in ukraine. there will be used in accessed by any number of interested parties around the world. there are consequences to flooding a place like ukraine, which is strategically located for, you know, in the crossroads between europe and asia to, to flood it with weapons like that. or focusing on foreign policy in ukraine or western officials seems to be paying less attention to matters back home as to some of the approval ratings have declined dramatically. our to contributor rachel marsden, explains. western leaders frequently point out their unity amid the conflict in ukraine. but they're also united in their taking popularity at home, british prime minister boars, johnson's ratings are circling the drainage is 29 percent approval in the wake of the new cabinet office report feature in photos and johnson, whooping it up with drinks in hand at 10 down the street at a time when he was demanding that britons isolate themselves from others during the
12:06 am
curb and demick, dozens of m. b 's from johnson's own tory party, are now calling for a non confidence vote. u. s. president joe biden is hovering at a record low score, an id, high inflation, a baby formula shortage and mass shootings. all while tens of billions of dollars of american taxpayer money are shuffled out the door to use the conflict in ukraine . sherman jazz are all actual, sits at 37 percent support shows his skin to find a finger in the wind stance on ukraine. seems to be symptomatic of a larger problem of rudderless leadership at home town. this prime minister justin trudeau took a popularity it earlier this year when he invoked martial law, including the body of canadian citizens bank accounts. now at 41 percent, popularity trudeau hasn't yet recovered from ms. treating opportunities with measures normally reserved for terror suspects. so how many layers fix their popularity problem?
12:07 am
well, they could try sweeping in front of their own door and start working their way down not least promises to their own people and things they claim to be able to fix during their campaign that exist right there. while kiff says a railway tunnel through the co pay through the mountains, allegedly used to deliver western weapons on supplies. ukraine was targeted by russian strikes these videos. the film by locals allegedly show the moment of those strikes. ukraine says 4 people were wounded with 3 passenger trains delayed. following the attack of a russian defense ministry has yet commented on allegations. thus, as the russian offensive does continue in ukraine. ah, the russian defense minister shed footage of the favorites anti aircraft missiles system in action is designed to protect russian forces from ariel attacks. and the
12:08 am
system can targets aircraft cruise missiles, as well as ballistic missiles. ukraine's fight as human rights commissioner imparts for spreading unverified information about atrocities she alleged were committed by russian troops in the country river comes after allegations were widely covered in the western media ortiz mark as the of explains day and night. weeks od end month after month. the world over was barraged with stories horrific stories of rape and unspeakable acts committed, allegedly by russian forces in ukraine in such acts of violence, raping children little girls, 11 years old, repeatedly in front of their mother's or repeat, grabbing their mothers and friends the children with each day, more and more credible reports of rape killings, torture are emerging. the additional insured new hundreds of cases of rape have
12:09 am
been recorded, including under age girls, very young children, and even a baby. it's just a scary to talk about it. but it's true. it happened, women and girls right now are facing the worst kind of fear and violence. and we know already i'm from the analyses that have been done. they've been the victims of not just murder and rape by kidnapping. many of these stories grew to be unbelievable. and that sort of figure of speech, people including ukrainian officials and the government stopped taking them seriously. they became an embarrassment. so ludicrous was some of the ago. the woman behind these stories, nude, nila denise of a who was ironically, ukraine's human rights commissioner was fired. a year before her term was officially up the unclear focus of the on buds, men's media work on the numerous details of sexual crimes committed in an unnatural
12:10 am
way, and rape of children in the occupied territories that could not be confirmed by evidence, only harmed ukraine. her stories became so ridiculous that even members of the ukrainian media, which, which itself is in war propaganda mode intervened. 18 i'm journalist, together with $51.00 lawyers and human rights activists and others. pend, an open let calling on her to dial it down. that the graphic stories published by ha about months old toddlers being raped with a variety of objects. caroll up the people that this was a productive or, you know, decent sexual crimes during the war or a tragedy of families. a difficult and traumatic topic. not a topic for publications. in the spirit of the scandalous chronicle. we are forced to trust the official information that comes from officials in a state of martial law a priori. we do not have the opportunity to verify it from other sources. in this
12:11 am
way, we are spreading messages from the commissioner for human rights, in fact, taking them on faith as centrally. they asked that the stick to things that actually happened though all of these stories can be tracked back to denisa and that seem most specifically the social media posts made by them. and that's where all the trailed stop, almost all of her raped claims. se ukrainian journalists are without evidence or witnesses, despite her own less than honest approach. denise, her has been a vocal proponent for an international criminal tribunal to apparently bring russian troops to justice for things that she had lie. the bath, i think we should look at yugoslavia and rolanda. these are the examples that we all know about. there is the un international court of justice and the international criminal court. we need to push for the creation of a special tribunal laterally. the niece of
12:12 am
a has been blind to verify reports and footage of ukrainian troops murdering, torturing, and mutilating russian prisoners of war. and even ukrainian civilians deemed to be pro russia and i'll get the human rights apparently. but these telling isn't it when your own politicians who are bent themselves on making the russians seem as terrible as possible, that they fly for being simply too outrageous. lily, i spoke to steve gill, radio host and political common sense. he says he hopes the western media will be more objective in their coverage in the future. you know, the allegations that this lady was putting out there were horrific. what's even more horrific as if they were just outright wise and intended to create a propaganda scheme that would drive people up and, and create an anti russia mentality around the world again, based on lies, there are plenty of reasons to question the invasion to question what ukrainians have done in the war as well. but there's been so much propaganda that you know,
12:13 am
getting the truth out has been almost impossible. but i do think you're starting to see some recalculation in the u. s. media, at least among some to, to be a bit more skeptical of the stories in the propaganda. it's been pushed out. and again, this is, in this case just been repeated without any verification or any basis of truth. we saw that with the supposed ukrainian soldiers who had had marked a russian warship and they were supposedly all wiped out. turned out not to be true . you saw with the ghost pilot ukrainian fighter pilot shot down what a dozen russian fighter jets turned out not to be true. and yet the u. s. media and other world meet you just repeated those things, ad nauseam. hopefully we're starting to see the truth start to eat out of bed and, and perhaps maybe he'll that only the reputations of those countries involved. but also the journalists to have been either due to or been complicit. us
12:14 am
present, uneasy islands, prime minister, expressed concern over china's intentions to expand its influence in the pacific region. authorities held a meeting in washington on tuesday. we note with concern the security agreement between the peoples republic of china and the solomon islands, the establishment of a persistent military presence in the pacific by a state that does not share our values or security interests would fundamentally alter the strategic balance of the region. in pose national security concerns to both our countries. united states and new zealand have raised the alarm over the recent security pipe between china and the solomon islands. the state secured the agreements back in april, despite opposition from washington and cambra. it focuses on boosting the solomon's national security capacity. also giving china the option to send its forces to the state to protect the safety of chinese personnel and major projects us. and it's always been concerned about the prospects of chinese bases in the region in a bit to count the china in the pacific. the u. s. wants to place intermediate range missiles in the region. i have
12:15 am
a new report by the run corporation claims washington's. our lives in the pacific are likely to host the weapons for the us. japan is apparently the most likely to agree the to the proposals. even tokyo has little chance of supporting the move according to the think tank. well, earlier we spoke with nelson wong, a vice chairman of the shanghai center for impact and international cities and about club experts. and he believes that china is building real diplomatic relations with states in the pacific. all the u. s. is doing is talking it's not so much of a, china's in, in the pacific region. but more of further us, the united states needs to have an enemy. and, and this is quite warri, some actually to go to the whole world. because china is not an expansionist country, all china has been doing is to expand the country's economy, economic activities. countries in the region,
12:16 am
do not take china as an enemy and do not take china as a threat of the u. s. hasn't done anything with these countries and except talking . so whereas china has been a, you know, looking into the actual needs of these countries in the pacific and to start establishing a very friendly pulse with them. so i think this sir, the china threat as being a fabricated to serve the needs of the american government. ah, according to the un 60 general antonio gutierrez, the unfolding global food crisis cannot be solved without supplies from russia and ukraine. as warning comes amid further delays of vital shipments through the regions including africa, we need quick and decisive action to ensure a steady flow of food and energy in open markets by lifting export restrictions, allocating surpluses and reserves to those who need them,
12:17 am
and addressing food price increases to com, market volatility at the moment we are seeing this massive rising food insecurity in africa. we've heard now from the african union, the head of the union saying that, you know, there is a catastrophic situation that could enfold across many countries, particularly on the content. he said that they're already there. 17000000 people in food insecurity in just 3 countries, including in ethiopia. and it says that for him, it is clear what is causing this issue at the moment. our countries are very concerned about the side effects of the disruption caused by the payment system being blocked by swift over sanctions. when the swift system is interrupted, it means that even if products are available, the payment becomes difficult or impossible. when you look at the figures across the world, it's even starker than that some $323000000.00 people are said to be marching towards food insecurity. at the current time, there was the western reaction to all this. well, we know that the european union is very clear that it believes that the problems
12:18 am
have been caused by blockades of ports on the black sea. it says that russia is doing that. russia is essentially terrorizing or black mailing people when it comes to issues around food at the current present. ursula vandalay and is saying that, you know, it's those blockades which are the problem. and the fact that russia is apparently, she says, putting mines in the ukraine in whitfield. russia is not only blocking the export of export of ukrainian wheat. it is bombarding warehouses where wheat is stored deliberately. of course, you know that they are also mining the fields where a ukraine could have the next harvest of corn. and i want to be very clear. we have no sanctions and food and agricultural products, no sanctions on that. some people said, how is it possible for russia to put mines in fields when it hadn't already managed
12:19 am
to get to that point in ukraine? so there's a question about how that is happening. and of course, as russia is increasing its territorial gains, why would it also want to increase territorial gains in fields that have mines in truly, that would be a danger for it. soldiers to we have is that this dire situation, a dire global situation has surely it's within everyone's interests to lift some of these sanctions and get this food out. well, that's what russia has been calling for. it says, if you do that, we will be able to end some of these blockades, but we know already that there are for the european union to introduce another round of sanctions present. landscape quain, addressing european leaders early this week said we need a 2nd package of sanctions that could possibly include russian gas and, and that could be even more catastrophic. the reality is what needs to happen is for the west, for ukraine in russia to get around the table and make an agreement to allow the shipments of grain and also fertilizer to, to be able to leave those ports in the black sea african affairs on
12:20 am
a list lawrence freeman believes the west of the little to help african countries to avoid famine. instead focusing on blaming russia. hunger existed before either colgate or the russian ukraine conflict. but the primary cause for the shortage of food in africa and hunger is the lack of development. and this has been going on for decades. and western institutions, europe, united states, have done nothing to actually levy hunger. the left has been totally hypocritical, millions and millions and millions of people going hungry and dying in africa. the united states were turned back on africa because it will develop to me. he's are hypocritical. blaming the food shortage on russia is for the say, hypocritical,
12:21 am
because it doesn't tell the truth about one after the decades of the west. it's where people africa died. meanwhile, the u. s. may send letters reassuring companies concerned about sanctions, effects in product exports from russia. years officials highlighted that russian grain unfertilized exports and direct me sanctioned. but some shipping and insurance companies are concerned. the other sanctions could impact them if they do facilitates grain exports. worse and ukraine account for nearly a 3rd of global wheat supplies. that it's our director of reaction we times, julio rivera believes that us officials have to lift sanctions in order to alleviate the global food crisis. it doesn't make a lot of sense. the sanctions were so wide spread, you know, as far as our white in sweeping that it makes it difficult for american companies to know whether or not they're going to be in violation of those sanctions. should they do business with russia? so i think got a lot of the confusion that was set there by the united states government when they
12:22 am
and the governments around the world when they actually impose a lot of the things. and i think that they're going to have to clarify or either start to lift some of these sanctions. i mean, the rest of the world needs to eat. i mean the fertilizer that we, that core and all those things are very vital to the world. so we're gonna have to figure out a new way to get around. a lot of these impose sanctions. this become almost like livable in the united states. i mean, the cost of living is so high. there's so many americans living from check to check . they have to make a decision as to whether they're going to put gas in their car or whether they're going to put food on their table. and that's unfortunately something that a lot of americans are facing now. and now to around which is accused us of destroying, we'll trade undermining international relations of the washington received the cargo from an iranian all the time because it was seized on the great coast. back in april by athens. those old had in the united states is the biggest destroyer of free trade. it is the biggest destroyer of global economic rules for finance,
12:23 am
investment and international trade. the u. s. uses the dollar as a weapon and turns it into a tool to interfere in every aspect of the global economy. that what the u. s. has done is wreaking havoc to world relations. well, in response to the seizure of, the iranian sign gets around. seas to greek flight oil tank is last friday in the persian gulf. in separate statements by the 4 ministries, greece, germany, and france. criticize a seizure of the tank is calling. it's a violation of international regulations. the u. s. join them in accusing around of posing a threat to maritime stability. bronze continued harassment of vessels and interference with navigational rights and freedoms are a threat to maritime security and the global economy that we heard from professor say it. mohammed mirandi from the university of iran. he claims the western countries are the ones responsible for the global energy crisis. it is extraordinary that the united states on the one hand, has created a major global economic crisis by
12:24 am
not only sanctioning iranian oil and gas, but also venezuelan oil and gas. and now russian oil and gas, and everyone is wondering why is the global economy in such a dangerous situation. and now, after doing all that, the united states carries out theft. it carries out an act of piracy, in order to her to iran. but what it is doing in reality is it's forcing the price of oil to go up. the iranians benefit from this situation. the iranians retaliated that further benefits the situation, the more instability there is, the higher the price of oil, and the worse it is for the u. s. and the economies. so they are the ones responsible for pushing up the price of oil and gas because of all the sanctions that they place on different countries and from the piracy that they can carry out
12:25 am
. the ryans are only seizing these tankers in order to prevent the europeans and americans from carrying out further acts of theft. myself and i'm pete. just gotten to be back again at the top of the i was all the latest news and views, right. say or not, ah, a was franklin jackson, philadelphia got in the move in age, 13 or 14. we were violent towards those people because we believe there were this
12:26 am
race. we were here 1st and this is our country being part of that movement. i got your sense of power. when i felt powerless, we got attention when i felt invisible and accepted when i felt level life after hey, is an organization that was founded by 4 in the on the white supremacists in the us and canada. and they found each other and they knew that they wanted to help other guys get out. is 2 parts to getting out of a violent extreme was the 1st part is disengagement, which is where you leave the social group. and then the next part is d. radicalization where belief systems audiology are removed. it was very impactful when someone finally came along with no fear, no judgement. you heard my story did nothing to challenge it. val with
12:27 am
edison both, both the models you need to do both got nelson's news with a, with a lot of them bought a a with, with the personal number be ended up
12:28 am
with you see loosely, my gigi and the bushes a chef or you can approach it with michael pushing or gordon initial? no. i knew you're from gerber demand homes on march along when i start peter scott darrow show me actually that a so bored, immortal shortness. now i made my number those diane is her asthma like your know rosalind? it's anonymous. the lazley viola is very dining at the go it abdomen store and i
12:29 am
see at the national she don't you carry them? we missed it. we cielo bruce load amy dawn because i damn near chiz. dim got thought it nice when the jelly, a scholarly buckeye east, at the bundy road said baccha and the east madison. it is shaped armor. it does show both by the letter to his bottle of his at colette, if any, at badges, february, 3rd, he had been at the master at cisco, that soil, slower, slower would beast workers. the rack is rushing is the cielo in the class. the more we voicemail a lot abusive for dinner, but today i am still my ghetto. williams at lou boyd. mr. just heard that a sla torch crew store were whipple it uber because liberals florida state. ah. see
12:30 am
retailers public, you can mitchell. i need to be shop any progress you mind the store where you nationwide see the she put your whole just fine, nighty, tory again a for the most years. at the same i press a new will be evelyn with at the moment. push list will be 3 of them will discuss those. but the nation, you get a nice, i mean i got a nissan, jeff nashik, but i mean, we would have the mission, the missile prize in there, but i need to know what they to weigh and they come in. we show the region, we just show the pro honey. we partially you to see it all the 2nd part of the meet in the day we were kind of that, you know, national, national, it is for torture. black. if you wanna collect them for them back to school, figured out the failure of literacy school.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on