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former police officer charged with murder in george floyd is now on trial at every turn as the world watches this historic case unfold in minneapolis we'll have live coverage from inside the courtroom as it happens and the latest reaction to derek children trial on al-jazeera. him fully back to bill in doha with a look at our main stories on al-jazeera iran and the usa they're making constructive progress in the latest efforts to revive the 2050 nuclear deal to a new working groups will focus on getting each side back into compliance diplomatic editor james space has more on the talks from the united nations. the problem we've had since the beginning of the year since the inaugurations is generally the 20th is both sides have been unwilling to move 1st to give up something in return for talks so it's the europeans who i think now have been to
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some extensive diplomacy in recent weeks of come up with a somewhat creative solution which is what is known as proximity talks so you have a meeting taking place with iran with the p 4 plus $14.00 members of the u.n. security council and germany and iran they're all in the same hotel in the center of vienna for the talks today a 5 star hotel called the grand hotel and the u.s. that just opposite on the other side of the road in another 5 saw a hotel called the imperial hotel and we understand what's going to happen is the e.u. representative is going to keep crossing the street and passing ideas from one side to the other i think we're going to get round the problem of who moves 1st by coming up with a pretty comprehensive list on both sides of what needs to be done in terms of the sanctions that the u.s. need to lift and in terms of the steps that iran needs to take to come back to
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compliance and we are idea will be rolled on one side moving 1st they agree to move in lockstep at the same time but it is complicated and there are all sorts of potential pitfalls in other news brazil has recorded more than 4000 coronavirus deaths in a single day only the u.s. and peru have reached that threshold any 337000 people have died since the start of the pandemic the u.s. president says anyone over the age of 18 will be able to be vaccinated from the middle of april but joe biden is warning that covered 19 infections are still increasing with new a very in spreading quickly half of those cases from just a handful of states meanwhile the white house says hold out imposing any form of coronavirus vaccine passports in the u.s. but private business is a still free to explore the idea so-called vaccine passports which show if someone's been inoculated have been touted around the world as a way to safely real and travel. the type of restraints used by the police officer
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charged with killing george floyd has come under scrutiny in a u.s. court the 7th day of the trial in minneapolis focus on derrick chill vanes use of force and how officers should deescalate crisis situations really died last may after they knelt on his neck for more than 9 minutes to 10 and johnny mercer was questioned about how shelving handled floyd is this. trained neck restraint notes or. has there ever been documented neck restraint or. is this a authorized restraint technique. would be something that does happen he supports that is an authoress and under what circumstances would that thrives how one can you do that i don't know there's a ton brand it would depend on the circumstances of the time which would include play but there is that you get involved in the study that you're getting here and
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so if there was say for example the subject was under control and handcuffed would this be authorized i would say no. women and children who were sleeping are among at least $100.00 civilians killed in fighting in northeast ethiopia since friday the violence is a flare up in a long running dispute over a contested land in the are far reaching the territory is claimed by both somali and tribes and account for displaced people in saddam's darfur region has been burned to the ground this latest round of unrest comes after 2 people were shot and killed at the company again into the van and supposes a challenge to efforts by sudan's transitional government to and decades long rebellions in the area at least 50 people have been killed in recent fighting those are the headlines more news as always and all of sites dot com al-jazeera investigations is next.
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the. i. put a little over. the last. name . al-jazeera is investigative unit exposes links between one of france's largest political parties led by marine le pen. and
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a movement demanding the expulsion of muslims from europe. to says he's got his. follow. our investigation unmasks an emerging right wing ideology called identity terry and islam it claims europe's identity is white and christian you suppose they see themselves as crusaders who defends the values of a white west in the face of the assaults of the arab muslim world. marine le pen's claims that she's read her policy of the extreme far right although i. think you. eat a lot for. the ring of pens demonization of is torn to shreds by these images as a. button. and how members of the identity area and movement behind
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closed doors celebrates hitler's germany. today with the usual i could see it was here. the funny part slid by something many faces because some do not speak to you some of the. you know as for. the 6 months legal was home to an undercover reporter from al-jazeera as investigative unit. infiltrated one of europe's fastest growing far right organizations. it calls itself generous you know you don't see 10 generation identity because the forces across the continent. are on the cover reporter louis
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make contact with the group's flounders brunch. generation identity and set up a store outside its headquarters a ball called the citadel. material for the public but you know. the emotional oh you know the body the but i got to 3 feet as i go out for. the job to do all his work on the mag reaching out investigator is already i'm. a little bit. for louie is led into the citadel where generation identity members drink and discuss the political strategy we came from with. the regime. which typically boil your question which. the citadel is a ball with a courtyard at the back. there's another cool yard by the front entrance.
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g.i. members usually meet at the ball on a friday evening our undercover reporter uses a concealed camera to record conversations. the hospital says membership has nearly tripled in a year. but it will see a lot of those on the on the exit. it was a. little to focus of. the single digits in the next for. you to see if you. or your boss hassel is a very important leader in the north as up on his base in leo is a private which welcomes the far right p.c. it's a conference space it's a place where they can hold discussions have some drinks like in pubs but it's private just want them to but maybe brunch is a generation identity of also being set up in italy austria germany and the u.k.
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. g.i. presents itself as a patriotic movement that brings together people of similar culture and values it claims to be nonviolent and non-racist it's attracted thousands of mostly young followers across europe. vision the generation identity is the largest following group in france and probably in year in the uk the school it is mainly made of white nationalists and the greatest threat is islam and mass immigration which for them threatens the european identity and the white identity. the group has mounted a series of publicity stunts which attracted international headlines around 100 militants blocked a mountain pass on the france italy border which was used by illegal migrants. that already in the hospital was one of the g.i.
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leaders taking pot if you will of can feel like this if you don't know was it keep open see if you can something to me to always be able to someone you know what they're going to have on any such couple of your buddies don't you don't get out of the. our undercover reporter became a member of the hassles group. in his bar then he discovers the hidden world. behind the facade of respectability is the true face of generation identity. the door to the citadel is usually long enough until the good stiff selling. louis is met by cyril when.
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in the course louis and way and are joined by another activist charles. because george mitchell before wish. the men discussed a recent night out. the 1st in more the call to kill me if it was on the press for the course i'm full food is insisting the crew fosters complete greece which is very typical no delete clues it will cause you to it is so freaking you know if. you fall off with constitutional toys it will just sit. in a few stores close a piece only to look at the circulars for. shelter for the question you know. the failure of each to borrow for the recession. to deal with usually. the
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man who led the violence against the arab youths is ready for least. rescission but if you're. just push it you know. which moment you don't refuse you've got a freak. mr president keep. you cool. bones move which will be. a. generation identity's roots are in france the group rose to prominence when it occupied a mosque in 28. that has called for a national referendum on muslim integration.
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pushing their astronauts a generation identity fronts is their main battleground in europe that's quite simply because the muslim community in the country is the largest in europe on the wall. if you and above all a front has been the victim of terrorist attacks in recent years on health and the . weather in the battle plan that charlie hebdo on nice with this so perhaps more so than other countries in europe. rémy follies boasts that if he were to mount a reprisals attack he would target the markets in the least popular with muslims if you know this book about it was simply to. keep it. true. account i'm not sure you do a good to see the petition. action wouldn't you do to be.
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most what your book that. says in my job don't you just say good lord to the video you just. pure because you're. full psyche it was. clear it was your. book. paul gonna open shop for those. terms to show. her legs and he is loafing with his friends about a potential terrorist attack. this is very interesting because there are many foreign groups in france at the moment which have either been dismantled from egypt or laura being investigated by the police because they have been preparing actions against muslims or arabs and when is a moment when i was it is so what we see here is that the identity aryans are themselves ending up as potential terrorists there was.
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recently a stranger taking to the citadel. he was told what happened afterwards by the little boss of generation identity. by his way jack took a break this up a place. to just leave you to be serious you call it when he made it to law for explosives. when it was last year it was the neighborhood. in the middle that you know we assume that they don't know what kelly actually meant here that's electricity or fixation goodness if you suck up to the microphone of the little. reporter as there are many accounts of physical assaults the g.i.'s head of activism in neil insists that the movement has turned its back on violence look of it yourself.
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or. even us these are the stars of the. society of so of course here. 'd 'd that night the hassel makes an announcement. to get additional research you. well you know if he's always to go up on something else the final. one is out. the image that the hassle presents to visiting journalists is of a committed but professional politician. who knew that call him. a false on the up city dustmites even if he said he's us from new and get it off the roots of identity terrorism law and a claim to an unsettled homeland. for a woman if your house was a little bit closer to where you live if you met your mother the question. is if your kid is
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a little bit more slowly grateful so you know you don't as you go until you get to the 1st. generation identity is not a political party but a feeder for one of the largest policies in france. that is legal if you think everyone knows who the fuck the family if you're ever going to because they're going to start going to miss you if you know if you give your husband my office or clearly to use it for the office really good reference on who it was on the office to be sure to be what you are vigilantes which include the function of. tells his interview that the g.i.'s key policy is what they call re migration. and that's where you want a sensible to delineate philomel island in the us was like well 6 england. and it doesn't look anything it's called bill on the up with a lot of painterly. states yes the from ask bejo the
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about the keep it up this is a. new an ex whole feel nice and east of about the face of the 21 year old back door and if you want to watch the about his look i mean. the movement has published details of which we migration policy. program to send non european families to their ancestral homelands is a core of g.i.s. vision for france's future. a prominent leader of the identity a movement comes to live. at the citadel and that to these challenges the idea that former colonies would accept remind gratian. about life through. the production of the knowledge of the people to somebody else just the seed of just a good like or a story that was there for all to see what all of you can offer something not on
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your very soul will lose a little bit of your. this is going to stay with this all it was going to mean is not. always going to evolve it has all those wonderful shell samples which are going to get the slope mollica from the synopsis about about your friends if you should also be quick smile who don't do this you also won't go through or you will be sure. in his speech rejects multiculturalism. is injured in the bush is what. it is all. this really don't step don't flood the flow if you will for girlfriend just look this was decent enough for. us all from older. cats and was in charge of communications for the defend europe campaign in 2070.
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activists disrupted attempts by aid workers to bring refugees from africa safely across the mediterranean. got sounds vision is of a divided well a west threat. enemy. marched from. they're just going to some pretty dry stuff. up the city and there's also. a group of people go via. downtown so here we had generation identities hold to schools its d.n.a. against multiculturalism integration does not work there is only one solution remark rationing us from. matthews to style has been investigating france's far right for the past 5 years. local said the concept of remind gratian is crazy
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it would mean deporting sounds instant thousands of people to countries which are supposedly their countries of origin because their ancestors might have lived there all because the color of their skin or their culture are associated with countries which are not from its it would practically be an ethnic cleansing at home plus. cats out also tell g.i. members that he campaigns for the national front. if you vote for the just people if you're going to do it because you lost your the feel of a shelter but i thought struck the 1st place yeah you suggest. i didn't because of the few feet on the part of all it's not. as if it's just a little bit of a confessional be right here. i don't. care if somebody says you can make it.
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over the christmas holidays louis arranges a night out with g.i. activists he's been told that been involved in racist beatings. he meets the generation identity member who proposed driving a vehicle into a crowded market. if you're going to want to fuck your phone gee i mean you should swayze david. looking . for still for. joining them is g.i. activist 30 paul. and also several weigh ins but. there was an incident the night before. he makes it up to look at the film which. he would give up but you know he
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just was transported to your school so. if you see both of you can so much people one. way in the post about what happened next. you heard us from. the shebang but we could just take a look at significant place so. that. the group head to the city's main nightlife strip. they bumped into another far right extremist. my way out of. poverty level. as it was. a 0. 00000. 000.
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00 the group has just returned from hamburg in germany on. the left but that's just me he held the pews at anti-fascist demonstrators. a. bad one of this. you see. somebody who is an example of what he's trying. to say about the notion of. a song that's nothing. if not tired. and sad at the same idea or nice ideal to. live through follies and pretty cool leave the ball. they confront
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a young woman who uses the arabic slang. gladiator was such. a bouncer from one of the boss uses pepper spray and. the root pushes one of the teenagers. not even the 1st. she's then pepper sprayed enough police strike so low for. her to think it. was a dog. sitter want to kill a fellow on. a must see the only. thing about it i'm a fuck the hobbit the. desolation
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of the so much of the month. a week after the attack louie returns to the citadel. remy follies the man who led the violence is holding court. didn't want to be shot for a short clip of the all the all you're. going to miss all of. it. when she got it. for you know bruce would you not you. don't know comes on. early look you don't have to be told your ships good was ability to move them from. oh you were because of the make your. world larger force
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the secret rigid you know your body were not only. cut. i'm having trouble expressing myself i'm so disturbed and your not all the intend to get into fights they say have to be preparing themselves they haven't gloves for hitting the flop or there was. just one there are these are people who make direct references to hitler who speak with phrases the nazis used as. my dad was your father's best if that is punishable by law. that is punishable by law i mean the law must be applied. in part to national front members discussed arming for a civil war if the party wins power.
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to make sure. you didn't stick to. there we go and we expose a generation i can see lida working for the national front. too selfish reason. capturing a moment in time. snapshots of all the lives. of the stories. provided glimpse into someone else's was. the world god we spread we still believe you fight. inspiring documentaries from impassioned filmmakers. i am the voice we are the voice witnesses on al-jazeera i care
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about how the west engages with the rest of the world we're willing if did in taking you into a place you might not visit otherwise and feel that you were there. hello again i'm fully back in doha with the headlines on al-jazeera iran and the u.s. say they're making constructive progress in the latest efforts to revive the 2050 nuclear deal to a new working groups will focus on getting each side back into compliance in. this position realistic and promising it could be the start of correcting the bad process that has taken diplomacy to a d.d. and we welcome these comments brazil has recorded more than 4000 coronavirus deaths
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in a single day only the u.s. and peru have reached that threshold nearly $337000.00 people have died since the start of the pandemic the us president says anyone over the age of 18 will be able to be vaccinated for middle of april but joe biden is warning that covert 19th actions are still increasing with new a variance spreading quickly half of those new cases off from just a handful of states meanwhile the white house has ruled out imposing any form of coronavirus vaccine passport in the u.s. but private businesses are still free to explore the idea so-called vaccine passports which shows someone's been inoculated have been touted around the world as a way to safely reopen. the type of restraint used by the police officers charged with killing george floyd has come under scrutiny in a u.s. court the 7th day of the trial in minneapolis focused on derrick show vanes use of force and how officers should deescalate crisis situations freud died last may after show they knelt on his neck for more than 9 minutes women and children who
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were sleeping are among at least 100 civilians killed in fighting in northeast ethiopia since friday the violence is a flare up in a long running dispute over contested land in the region if the op is accusing age of 10 sudan of obstructing talks over its contested mega dom on the blue nile that's after 3 days of meetings between the nations failed to reach an agreement if you hope is building the grand renaissance dam to produce electricity but its neighbors fear it will impact their water supply and account for his face people in saddam's darfur region has been burnt to the ground this latest round of unrest comes after 2 people were shot and killed at the camp again into the violence falls is a challenge to efforts by sudan's transitional government to end decades long rebellions in the area those are the headlines investigations continues next stay with us.
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al jazeera is an undercover reporter louis has infiltrated the legal branch of generation identity in northern france. he witnessed a race attacked by g.i. activists over time because we really. look like to be expresses a desire to kill indiscriminately that's a market popular with muslims. it was the. root. truth cannot even do a good to see the piece doing. wrong. when
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mounting the pen became leader of the national front in 2011 she made a pledge to supporters. yes i mean citizen the no good at trying to deceive us some soon the new to the devil. this is going to hurt the most cock and the full song close it don't mean this one this is not. as so for the course to show it when the songs in the big. book mining have been a diversion because when marine le pen became president of the national front. the 1st concern was to demonize the policy that's going to by kicking out those whose racism what i'm told semitism was shown in the media to suit $4.00 she did this to break the national front selectric glass ceilings for that and to get more votes should please produce that it. dozens of members were accused of extremism and kicked out of the party i think looted her father who she had replaced his leader
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for statements he'd made about the holocaust. down from the. already built from the ground jockey to the band no longer has a place in the national front. le pen's plan to d. demonize the national front appeared to be working. in the 27000 presidential election she polled more than 7000000 votes in the 1st round and it. noted something so something. saturday afternoon in lille city center. as louis spends more time with generation identity and its little boss already in basle he discovers that the pens effort to purge the party of extremism might not be working. louis and the hostile go for a drink near the town square. new we are asked him about his job. and what
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will. be just pretty consistent with. what it's going to be because of the digital field so i'm going to listen. to. anyone who's read it you're. going to be useful to talk to them about it too much it's. sort of understood they're going to come up with. 'd a report as soon finds more evidence of connections between the national front on the extreme far right. of the citadel ball the headquarters of the flanges branch of generation i tend to see he meets visitors from border. they say they provided security for national front leaders during the presidential election there in the
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course of their own city it is to talk to me about your roots but it was so. sweetness. mr there's just as i personally want to see if you. are in mary felt a hardliner and nice of marine le pen is addressing a national front election rally. to be something else that you hear a social media so if you truly truly do you get it actually because it's just a place so you fear that you'll. be activists from bodo posted they also provided protection for the national front leader that. you're that big she could look into what it said we must do what it does machine forget those 2 serial ports of 87 and also get all. the visitors soon reveal the real roll right wing vigilantes for hire. when he gets lucky all. his words to get profits i'm
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sure you've seen nice story to see if it were not true do more to me if i go to the foot of. the militia i would like to carry out generation identity style stunts such as a rooftop protest at a hotel for migrants. to house who is worried that his guests will damage the image of the far right. who so i trust this is just stuff i mean i think of the. first book we all. officially already know all it's just going to suggest and sort of based he actually has a story. to set us up with some of you see he's not going to go on to the same bit of your stuff. unlike other far right movements generation identity is sensitive about its media image.
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the hospital says he. expelled numerous ultra right activists who are attracted to the citadel. of entirely different. pockets for what the strategy of the are you all to call your doctor but we just hear of you we do make tools to make us hear you i don't know you believe it or you know he was one piece oftentimes people who somehow call. you there are somehow i feel. this is sort of a don't these are if you have a little bit. later explains to louis the importance of winning and why he has to deal firmly with those who perform nazi salutes you believe it is going to push beyond you would. you say it's not sufficient to that we go over to
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the wrong side of. good you know that that's what we've done is a great. asshole sees generation identity as a traditional fascism. and we prove it you know if you really. push those here soledad if you feel sick you will not exist and that which you don't suppose i mean you're going to survive yeah he said he found it true to make you sick and you. would pass while you're still likes to pluck up the d.c. of the season which if you gave simply could be construed as what you wanted. to be true. then there are just feels generation identity differs from the traditional far right by the image they try to project. what they realized was that marginalization would never bring their ideas to power and never make their ideas spread so they try to have the cleanest image possible at all we little timidly the message remains the same for
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a massage of us remember. one evening. taking. pictures with his photo. but i got blue shirts that will say a bunch of their own security so i'm going to assume you're saying that you for the 1st 2 of us who follow the rules of europe if you wish to know that do so if he saw a small city in the. there is constant fear the bomb goes on inside the citadel will be exposed. to the truck i'm sorry for this and so for the good feelings of yours about good luck to all of you got a copy of the bird flu is available dr ablow how do you feel am i going to experience some sort of after the experience of the flu is a frisbee so i do most often to consult her through the consequence of the way the flu is understood. louie meets a g.i. member who works as a political officer for the national front. some.
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sort of although there's. more trust logo social but there's also a lot there for simply the role of the c.e.o. of it so that's what the lawyers call it. remy miller up with alongside filipe amory. amory as head of the national front in a regional council in northern france. he's speaking to one of the most powerful figures in generation identity. the 1st spotted pierre latif at the citadel. about the. mc of the pen. i do says this could be a good reason but at the. launch
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he tells. undercover reporter that he lost his former job after his road in generation identity became known for having more should cause it to us all over the world because he was a little more involved. you know they don't go anywhere the aguado but we also see where they were longing in your. last he spoke about his new job with the national front of the regional council offices in little. post and what do you want well that's all. right do you see i don't know all. there is. a lot. of it. inside the citadel louis talks to a g.i.
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activist about lottie's role of the national front. but the course is a future period into getting a check point i'm not sure we can tell you a little bit selfish we are by closer to what is a continental all you could hear by. the 4 that you do you just seem so certain you're to. evolve to look for if you should call the microphone. 3 of the good news you missed was one of the biggest hit on the thing the commission seems to me. there will be dish if they came in here would say we're going to interview the $3.00 he. told you the partly because clearly you believe the you do media you do you appreciate it if you get to select the leaders it is a good signal. believe amory is
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a hardliner who appears to provide a link between gent. aeration identity and the party leadership already in vassal plays a key role in recruiting identity terry and who want to work for the national front . as louis discovers when he asked me if you could get a job with the party. are you going to say what you know. for sure jersey my daughter. would you know it was a choice or even if she didn't get that one film. well. as it were none of what it is very surprising to see or really unfair hassel has so much influence with the national front office this is a political force which is integrating with the national front which will end up in the party's programs and the speeches of national front officials it is important because the identity ariens have succeeded in their strategy of entry.
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after the 1st round of the presidential election the 2 most popular candidates competed for france's highest office. marine le pen against the country's rising political force former banker emmanuel mccraw. the pen performs poorly during an election debate but is also assuming. that all was not on the run off comfortable. that there was enormous despair and disappointment after the 2nd round of the presidential election. after the debate between them in the pan in macron which led
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to her being internally contested. her strategy was put in doubt notably. phillipos strategy that i want to just. feel the national front moderate vice president was the biggest casualty of the infighting. you know what the role of florian philippo was in the end to bring on board people who didn't come from the far right to vote for marine the pan which was a partial success he was the face of d.d. administration in the media didn't you why did florrie and philip. because in the end he felt that this cleanup at the national front was impossible that. the mind of the marion le pen insists she is with the party of extremists the victim gaudiness no this is your decision to tell you if and knowing says one was a mate there alimony as you. say your north sas
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victory last conversion said you'll do pre this and there in you know what ok i'll help of a single. one. that is. not looking good in the car pool one of the ones on the trip and that's a little bit of a bumper to bumper sticker nothing of course it's not just economic. hassle blamed phillipos moderate law and full of pens defeat. or americans are things with. which i want you to believe that just talking to the point is one thing if you shift the focus of the focus of the clintons on. the problem the complete. remy murad took a job with the national front to promote the policies of generation identity he found an open door. brokers or secret deal with. the struggle biblical
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truth that will efficiency often with. it will stay here is your golden period period if you don't if you think this is people are a bit off but it's not for all the good you know you're going to make it legal decisions about so don't hold anything if you know less about the neighborhood all the fault of the people who are effectively jen you. don't own up to her when she lost the elections last year old the historic figures of the party who were fighting their tongues came galloping back and took the national front back when you were there they would sound to the fray with these identity arion positions in their baggage notably on the questions of immigration. he wants to learn more about generation identity strategy to influence the policies of the national front. he meets a prominent activist from paris. you could see the president was going to be
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president there were some good news for all of the studies. that. could have been incredible images that i might. just be the best moment was. on the outlook with. you know something interesting to you as you can. click. on that so you're not you haven't seen some of the writing and the shots your looks as well so i think that what. we're. going to see again for you on the if you want to keep going to demand it was there.
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in the main square. joined by another far right activist. he tells them about an invitation he's received to meet a senior member of the national front and party spokesman. did he have to just sit there nothing you just do or simply say it's too close up here the buffalo. sebastian shannon is open dk. the house on the far right activist make homophobic remarks. mostly for an officer with prisoners here for refusing to finish their the deal you saw it. here with a journalist can usually going to be one of. the hassle confirms that he also had a meeting with. the families usually it was
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difficult because we're going through because we don't have those who come she said it was a young horse is rooting for the little ones and in the hope that the book. since le pen's presidential election defeat china has emerged as one of the most powerful allies. news paul to the national front group of the older friends council along wi fi needs a marie. le pen is also a member. louis is about to discover more unfair news links to generation identity. he visits the apartment of an activist he's met at the citadel. matters that is unsure of the inside generation identity symbols so for the work.
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during the $27000.00 election campaign much of that was filmed along side already and the hassle. they were attending a national front rally neely's where the niece of the party leader merriam are a shell was speaking. initially vassal was not going to attend. to business but this is the. order for you that. this is this is the issue for you. almost all. matters that claim the vassal only went after a personal invitation from a senior figure in lipans party. should you is this really in the role of the. book the hassle then run into another problem. if this is the
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result of those. the hassle needed chinese help one small. or you know that in addition to the 1st. is that it's just. also although it's a misfortune with. the. vassal then went into the whole. much as i tells livy about the hassles but for the national front the safest bloody digitals 'd is the full of people staying with just full force that is the most the songs will still be is they all just. are on the cover a reporter discovers that members of the national front all welcome visitors at the
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citadel they discussed what would happen if the national front were to form a government. who might be your defense experts let's see if he took it out because he'd still be needed at all so he not only did he give you all the goods pascal sua says they would need to be all. give you a lot of gifts you need anybody in the media the feel of it which but it doesn't show it on your ship is that if you leave us you want to kill for the use of judgment of your because in business the money for sure the. people whom they think there's a look at more than if. it's. me but it's. good i don't even look after it don't know. if
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i believe it but i'm baffled that. money is only going to change said. she she got to. the national front members post often a ray of weapons. jacket for nothing it was a 61 copy of stone soup if you're curious to see him extradited me to a. shelter certainly lots of people have been. closed you know you damage certain. conventicle. down there is a breeding ground that makes it possible to mobilize french white people against islam and muslims more precisely by promoting the idea of an ethnic war the idea of a probable civil war between muslims and others. it is. so off to fit the profile of this. you know.
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you know. i mean the penn said that since she became president of the national front she's publicly kicked out all those who've been filing racist or anti semitic she said p.l.r. has never worked for the national front of the o. de france council. lappin added that already in vassal has never worked or written speeches for the national front. stated that his association. was distinct from generation identity and was not dependent on it. sebastian she confirmed he told the hostel that the meeting with merriam are a shelf was open to everyone he said that while the hassel did contact him to say he was not allowed in he did not go looking for him and that the hassles subsequent
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application to join the national front had been refused. philippe marie said the recruitment of party assistance at the oda fast regional council is done within the law. he said the evidence presented by al-jazeera is an obvious interference by the qatari authorities in the run up to the european parliamentary elections in may $2900.00. the hassles lawyers at the citadel does not represent generation identity and welcome the wide. of members of diverse persuasions. she said vassell is not responsible for members who allege skirmishes took place which are either imaginary or which she strongly condemns the hassel said that being secretly filmed in a private space is detestable and that his discovery of this has irritated him. in episode 2 of generation hate the hassel tells g.i.
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members use political violence when necessary for example if you you know if you go for the dish. on some of the national fronts biggest names secretly turn up at the citadel. this is a service. to the. a.b.'s well a. very. nice. xenophobia violent and beating the drum for an ethnic civil war in the heart of europe. the generation identity was at one time the fastest growing far right
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organization on the continent now watch the investigation that led to the french government banning the group. generation 8. part 2 of a special 2 part investigation on a. promising signals from iran and the u.s. after the 1st day of talks to try to salvage 820000 nuclear deal. i'm fully back to boil watching our just 0 live from doha also ahead another grim milestone brazil's highest daily death toll since the start of the coronavirus pandemic the use of force by policemen ikey's of king george floyd comes under scrutiny at his trial in the us.


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