thinks. we fear to ask. mixed messages from governments leave people confused and angry. we. come together we can't see our loved ones anymore we think this is absolutely against our fundamental human rights. the friends pro-choice and normal white residents for the covert job a move that some have. made a certain anti agent hate crimes in the us a martial arts center in california the state by far the worst affected self-defense classes for the most vulnerable.
live from moscow thanks for joining us today here in our to international i'm daniel hawkins you're very welcome with us on the program this hour. fury's growing in europe but apparently contradictory curfews on lockdowns during the 3rd wave of the pandemic. reports on rising resistance to measures that some think violate basic rights. businesses shuttered parties banned national holidays canceled social life is in a log down chokehold all across europe as governments struggle to smother the pandemic and while some grit their teeth and abide others rebel.
it's prohibition all over again but with a twist saloons hidden behind false walls are now in vogue as well as guerrilla picnics as police combed through the undergrowth for party partisans europe is just one big speakeasy youths are fed up in my opinion a moon in favor of holding us accountable individual or rather than banning us from doing anything. the lockdown does not correspond to what it should be because people can leave italy freely while we cannot leave our region we can leave the house to visit friends during the day but if i can launch of the host 10 times to visit 10 friends i can do it through the 1st day of the last majority of
disregarding the obligations for example they're not wearing masks they're not keeping the minimum distance the 1st wave of covert then a 2nd and now a 3rd wave a traditional way of life has been washed away by what very much looks like a tsunami now the pandemic and there's no sign of the tell you turning anytime soon in germany for instance authorities openly admitted to creating a void of faith between them and the people now to give his name there is no silver bullets when the pandemic but we need clarity. and resolve we need transparent and pragmatic rules so that people know where they stand mistakes have been made when it comes to testing to vaccinations to digital solutions the pandemic of the hold up a mirror to our country reflecting our compulsion to lay down rules for everything our fear of taking risks the show meeting back and forth of responsibility so during pretty much everything for us to put in politicians to stop the spread of
the virus is dissipating with every make signal they send like this one says day the 1st of april as well as the surge of april should be defined as calm days with extensive contact restrictions and a ban on gatherings from the 1st to the 5th of april. the idea was a mistake this mistake is my mistake alone a mistake must be called a mistake and above all it must be corrected at the same time of course i know that this whole matter trygaeus more uncertainty i regret that deeply and apologize to all citizens. vaccines turned out to be no silver bullet against the corona virus prompting even more contradictions was it only present won't give this mr zelikow vaccine to people over $65.00. it has been greenlighted for people over 55 with a medical condition. astra zeneca has
a nature stiction from 18 to 64. the standing committee for vaccination recommends the use of the eschews any $1000.00 vaccine and those over 60 and surely over dissidents are only adding fuel to the fire of the pandemic but the more helter skelter the official response to the crisis is the more anarchic the public mood will get as more people will be pushed and pushed into the ruinous and very very deadly arena of covert denial. we don't want to be the rules that have been imposed on us to be imposed on us how just think how to behave they impose measures that are devastating for our people we don't want to tell our readers any longer we can't go where we want we can't come together we can see our loved ones anymore and we think this is absolutely against our fundamental human rights it's not just some measure of their private lives of our rights and we're reclaiming our rights. the
biggest goal we have is to end this corona dictatorship because i suspect what is still to come. i mean european criticism over government mishandling of the pandemic some are taking matters into their own hands and it's all in business one returns to moscow just to get a 2nd dose of the sputnik we vaccine overregulation of the days back home we've been covering is vaccination journey in russia since day one bringing more on how it all went later in the program. all white residents over the age of 16 have been offered coded shorts by the u.s. state of moment something only available that white people over 50 some a bride of the move racist though the governor has defended the decision. this coordinated vaccination therefore it is an important step in to working with and compensate interested community partner networks to reach some of the most historically marginalized people in vermont this is not even close to legal the 14th amendment for sure is violated here not to mention just the downright
immorality behind such a ridiculous mindset the only way to stem the tide of discriminatory racism is more discriminatory racism of our laws move came after a letter from racial justice activists demanding that officials pora ties nonwhites we put the issue up for debate. you know what we have here is a combination of definitely racial justice but also being strategic as we are trying to fight this pandemic and let's be honest we're developing nations the united states is simply not cutting it for how far along we should be when we compare the rates of infection going down in places like taiwan and even china the bottom line is that the best way to really get through this pandemic is to treat the people who have been disproportionately impacted and affected by it and that happens to be black brown and indigenous people each a group has equal access to the vaccine there's no real disparity.
if you want you can get it if it's available it isn't matter what color you are just go ahead and get it so this whole thing is not necessary at all this is not at the expense of white people in vermont it is simply saying that the people who have been impacted the most are the people that we should prioritize this is most certainly discrimination based on race and you cannot do that at all especially from the state level this is a violation of many different fronts it's completely illegal and i would be surprised if he was get away with this without at least a lawsuit possibly more severe penalties have the constitution that's involved the 14th amendment prevents this type of thing from happening so i don't think this can actually happen in america or at least it should be able to accord to what the law says this is not a violation of the protection clause or the civil rights act what it is the institution of good logical sense and good logical strategy to get over
a pin damage that has been flipped in this country for far too long and as well as the people who have been inflicted by myriad other forms of social injustice is about science and try to stick to a science as our glorious science is over here say i think the best thing to do would be to approach a problem from my scientific point of view from a health point of view rather than a racist point of view. protesters rallied in central new york over a spike in violence against the asian community the city alone has reportedly seen more than 38 attacks all interviews you may find the following footage distressing .
from march 20 twentieth's this year almost 4000 racially motivated attacks on asian americans have been reported nationwide those of chinese of necessity were by far the worst affected report 2 out of every 3 incidents took place in california martial arts center in the state has opened special self-defense classes for the most vulnerable in the community. who would be still good for our seniors in the world who are vulnerable to be equipped with something that they could lose interest in. their noble. i'm alone believe it i don't know what now is now not legal but it's not. really a. child of my friends not that this it would make them sound.
or class organizers say what it's unlikely an elderly person could take on a serious attacker or a few secrets that could prevent more brutal incidents. we. find that we point. you only need one counter attack why would you go pop wait a minute. maybe i don't want to push you then. over the next 2 weekends we are going to be. giving them more pink needs to become and then inspiring them to also one see on home to practice. as might a 2nd trip to russia in 2 months to get his 2nd dose of the sport the greek overtaxing he told. why he came to moscow. the 8 years of vaccine rollout has been a debacle hard to miss for months now it's been
a regular in the headlines and with more production and delivery plays on the cards it still looks like a fun pete word now waltz most e.u. citizens are waiting and hoping that the brussels somehow gets its act together always have taken things into their own hands on a sunday rather nearly a boon and brad has decided that monopsony off and he wants his job now but why in the world can you get a cold fact scene of the drop of a hat while right here in russia so back in march he got on a plane from rome to moscow to get his fosters and now he's back in the capital for a round if they would have to. shift should be of us need to be no 2. to a long time to sleep europe is very developed at the county i mean community. is good. but. because some. of those
a dog is not good in the screen is that we don't do our own production of very soon . and we have sort of big delete so this thursday we could be absolutely. wrangling and frying a few hours all waiting until the autumn even longer until she's eligible for a vaccine in italy for sandro it was a tough choice especially what he thinks about his large family many of whom are in the at risk category getting the job was just as much about protecting them as himself talking to me feel also waved away any misgivings about sputnik the vaccine that has despite being registered in round 60 countries in the world and having positive reviews in top medical journals been met with suspicion and skepticism by many for alexandria though it's easily explained because even in
a pandemic the space for a little bit of politics. is that these media russian. i don't see any other problem i don't want to see any kind of course. that is produced. immediately find here in europe. that is not a real zone. do not approve it. community already speak very clearly that no. no one will see that. water does not if he should i just hope that you know. priority. for a politician will be to save life of people and not to i don't know to
support. coming out of the clinic after his appointment alessandro looked like the poster boy for putting health over politics everybody was. so funny vaccinated and with a certificate to prove it us andro can now fly home and safely hug his out to the parents of course getting a visa in cuba times isn't that easy alexandra invited his russian wife from being allowed into the country but a small story like his could become something much bigger given the country's in fact seen. no production delays no wait lists and the fact that there are hundreds of vaccination points business owners have pitched the idea of easing travel restrictions and inviting foreigners for some kind of visa free vaccination vacation they say it's a win win we are just a possibility of allowing visit free travel to russia or foreigners who want to get vaccinated against 19 it could be as it was organized
a year and official rules. foreigners in. russian businesses across all spheres which continue to fight economic fallout from the pandemic i agree with 100 percent the. policy should be this one to open all possibility. which can of us need people soon as they can take a not a business idea for a test run alessandro straight off to his shot he and a few of his atari and friends also put their faith in sputnik we met up for a celebratory lunch and wallace andrea has been told to hold off on. alcohol for a few days didn't stop his friends from toasting to his good health his future antibodies and of course to international cooperation. as members of the radical islamist terror groups prisons in russia why u.s.
geysers financial survival guide. those that you can. point. to keep in mind as a place. for. welcome back to the program it's been revealed the u.k. anti-doping agency lets at least olympians investigate themselves after testing positive for steroids subsequently play a police who goes in the studio earlier to discuss the story. well right now we have front and center to british 2012 a limp ians that would be hurdler rhys williams and the runner gareth warburton now
back in 2014 they both tested positive for steroids but they blamed supplements that they had taken saying that they had been contaminated so of course at the time tests were carried out and it was found that those supplements had been contaminated and the 2 were let off with a 4 and 6 month suspension respectively you can decision at the time said that the athletes were victims but they had brought the matter on themselves thus the suspension so case closed right well it was until right now the mail on sunday has come out with a report that has turned all of that upside down and 1st of all they say that the pair themselves arrange the testing of the supplements and a lab that had been recommended to them but had no you cats over vision of it whatsoever there was no oversight of those testing facilities at all and as i said that analysis at the time came back saying that the supplements had been contaminated but here's the kicker the manufacturer of the supplements at this point has come out saying at the time we did testing as well and found no
contamination of ourselves at least while the supplements were still on our premises so then why is there that discrepancy now you can't spokesperson has told the mail on sunday that they weren't aware of that part of the story that the manufacturer had done their own testing but of course underwater code you can't should be the one carrying out these investigations themselves not allowing possibly guilty parties to be doing that we contacted wada who said that they have been made aware of these latest developments largest independent intelligence and investigations department has indicated to us that it will include these to you elements in the investigation it launched 2 weeks ago into historically geishas in the u.k. because it was the southern ocean sort of come out over the last couple of weeks regarding the doping allegations what investigation is water talking about and making the statement well it's. it is having a really rough time of it as of late it would seem what they're referring to there is the fact that even before this latest people with this hurdler and the runner
was being looked at already over a very very similar case the only difference is the sport itself it turns out that british cycling was also apparently allowing to conduct their own investigations a few years back as well again after positive test had occurred so of course there are now investigations by water everyone's looking at this very closely to see what happens and now we know that the chain of custody is possibly been completely called into question in these cases and it's a question of in how many other cases as well and we can just sit back and wait and see how big the fallout is. from more remote sports journalist he says that a fall from the case in point there are many other things that the u.k. school examination. divine beings in war we are very very weak because everything is in order all if you're around it or you are going to face. it you need to upgrade your own letters so it's relatively standard however you know it
into sort of the did you or a sort of pick something which. is very very inconvenient putting again it's not going to or towards where you would go to cast for example the court of arbitration for sport is what you see in all were seniors so in one way it looks a bit dodgy but her weight is kind of process not a great asset or process as it is we look at what's been turned into system and what else is there to be found i think you know there are some shoes 1st to be asked not just that 'd they don't these are athletes are bought it they should be out of bodies at all just their teams and of course you can sport. at least 300 members of a terrorist organization outlawed in russia are currently serving prison sentences so one of ourselves most notorious executioners was reportedly indoctrinated by the group human rights watch those russia should not be locking up such people for their beliefs or ghastly a pig salman's what some of those beliefs are. there are hundreds of these good the
members in the penal colonies and jails like this what cross russia the problem is when you put too many of their senior figures it anyone calling it the full cells they begin to spread and who is that other inmates with their fanatical ideology their recruits their accountants their radical preachers but inside also with them are the junior members say they were misled and didn't realize what they were getting into one of them agreed to stick to us but of course they would approach you with a mosque they would gauge you see if you're a recent convert who easier to work with is simple to condition a person to believe that black is white and white is black. this is does a hard life play a part and that there's always a hard life does but there are many factors to it when a person experiences difficulty in life and you offer support to him he will trust
you entirely i mean says that he had no idea that he is but that clear was bad then russia it heard of. isis but he looked back and he has kept the know what provocative phrase that has side of that was another former member that we found she was part of the leadership overseeing the female side of the local cell it was his horse at the now they recruit mostly the young they lack critical thinking they're trustful when you're on your rival with no parents nearby no friends it's very easy to fall under their sway their ricky says when his book would egg the youth on they would say we have to do something the introduction everywhere and this would energize the youth with negativity push them into traveling somewhere and doing something about it his book that clear is like college for jihad ists you graduate to do greater and more grisly things remember jihadi jordan the star of many of the. this is beheading videos guess who helped him find himself yes
reportedly a regular at his book the advance before going on to do greater things other notable graduates include the mastermind behind the september 11th attacks on the twin towers and the once head of al qaeda in iraq and still his look darkly of maintains that it's peaceful. religion pounds. most of the most person 1st cult imaginable moving grass was forbidden to avoid harming fairies that live in the grass indoor plants were also banned because wild parra science needed something to feed on but that didn't stop them from killing 50 people with certain gas and plumbing the murder of 4000000 his look that here is bad in germany and russia across much of the muslim world but it has largely flown under the radar in much of the west megalomaniac out big seem almost comical but there is nothing
to laugh at he's. clearly slimy presents a serious threat it's a well structured are going to zation which aims to dispose secure governments through violent uprisings with the goal of declaring an islamic state its members are trained in war zones and the legs of others are going is ations there especially active in crimea where there are going ization operated without restrictions up until 2014 so imagine the confusion by the human rights watch comes out in support of his book darkly remembers calling them quote political activists a russian military court sentenced 7 crimean tatar terrorists to prison terms ranging from 13 to 9000 years it is part of a pattern of political march of 88 prosecutions that has been happening in russia occupied crimea for the past 6 years we are human rights watch to explain how arresting his would. the members is politically motivated persecution they ignored
the request i mean it is a difficult thing to do one argument that they made is that his look at here is legal in ukraine so i would like human rights watch to now justify one of the leaders of the group in ukraine calling for the extermination of jews and the burning of the l.g.b. t.q. community and that's over there is only one solution to israel with the blessing when all muslims united we will end this problem nothing those who know the joint statements nor old maps to peace of mind about will that we should find the how big or small the rock on the homosexuals so 1st the wall would have to burn them and them throw rocks at them and this is the right way to punish them sometimes his butt back here is a little more conspicuous in mosques we've heard their leaders publicly call for muslims to join isis jihad distant syria and iraq we've heard promises that the
caliphates army would raise paris and decimate frogs yet no such thing in their brochures and pamphlets websites send podcasts and yet it is a teacher there is such a thing as an esoteric organization it say's one thing but doesn't other and his but is an example for external ears they speak of pacifism but to their own brothers baby talk of exterminating jews and christians and conquering the world the united states human rights watch and others of all piped up in support of crimean tatars arrested for membership of his book the clear as they did decades ago when the soviet union fought the taliban was only when the twin towers fell and that they realized that perhaps the taliban weren't quad the heroes they were made out to be or the hardest freedom fighters they called them as they blew up
apartment blocks and metro stations in russia of course the cheering stopped when the same ideology detonated 2 bombs at the boston marathon. i just hope that in 10 years that someone doesn't have to make an emergency services cool about his book that here blowing up a bomb crosstalk explores escalating rhetoric in the ukraine conflict next summer you could use it's going on the grounds we're backing off with the latest join us again but. seems wrong. just don't call. me. yet to seep out the attic. and engagement because the trail.