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can bill solve all the ills we trying to mitigate life itself i just think i was in like i was just scared when i was a scared little girl of 24 and like. they didn't have to be so complicated. the headlines this hour deadly development astra zeneca is reputation takes a further dive as the relatives of a woman who died after getting its job suing the vaccine maker we hear from her family's lawyer. went past 3 o'clock box abated there was no warning about the breasts of top posters on the information all on the informed consent for . russia's foreign ministry spokesperson tells us a chance to r.t. dortch why e-file years of damage the inoculation campaign. politicisation tied their hands e.u. officials tied the hands of industrialists and businesses and ultimately to the
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hands of the own people the you went against the interests of its own members and safety 1st as u.s. calls get louder to quote defund the police many americans say that they are terrified that that will leave them in danger on the streets and in their homes. or their welcome you are watching out internationally this friday afternoon which just gone 2 o'clock here in the russian capital now astra zeneca faces legal proceedings are from the talian woman died after receiving their vaccine her family is now taking action against the multinational corporation the 55 year old music teacher from sicily got her 1st shot on march the 11th but within days medical checks did show that blood clots were forming in her body and in her brain she fell
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into a coma and died less than a month later her brother says that she had no previous health issues. my sister was in excellent health some tests were done on her and came back negative she had no diseases and she was perfectly fine the tests also found that my sister was not at risk from bosis she was happy to get the vaccine and then after 7 days all the symptoms mentioned by the a.m.a. began and she develops herbal from bruce's she began to feel very ill and after another 2 days during which she was hospitalized her condition resulted in a cerebral hemorrhage and after 3 rounds of surgery she died well but also had 2 others already filed across europe against the u.k. swedish company it also comes amid this is spent shin of the rollout of the astra zeneca jab in some countries over blood clot concerns however medical experts including the world health organization still say the benefits do you weigh the
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risks and the deceased woman's brother does say to you that her family supports the inoculation program. we are not attacking vaccines absolutely not fact scenes are indispensable i have vaccinated myself i am a doctor my patients also vaccinated and so are my other family members but we want truth and clarity because it should not be possible for a person like mr who is in excellent health to die from the vaccine the warnings from astra zeneca and the inmate came later and not when my sister received the shots so that's why we're asking for the truth she said. there were deaths before and after professor who's the died and their investigations into those in this case i can say that after person does the autopsy my consultants concluded a lot of previous diseases it raises disturbing questions because one professor got vaccinated there was no warning about the rest of us on the information sheet all
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on the informed consent. now germany is planning to ramp up the liveries of russian vaccines after chancellor merkel admitted fundamental failings in health policy and many a change with more on this story is peter rather. germany is set to receive 30000000 doses of this booklet very vexing over the summer the c.d.u. leader in the state of saxony michael mann arrived in moscow on thursday to meet with the russian health minister he said that the federal government in berlin is expecting 10000000 russian jobs 3 times in may june and july we will see whether the approval and acceptance of this vaccine is as high everywhere else as it is in saxony and eastern germany maybe we'll even get more then the news about sputnik comes amid reports that from the end of may all adults in germany could be able to get an appointment for a vaccine angle america has also been discussing the future of health policy across
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the e.u. saying that the covert pandemic has highlighted issues that may require a change in treaties i believe that europe needs great a competency in the area of health this will probably also require changes to treaties i have always been open to treaty changes if they make sense this is not an end in itself and you can also do a lot of things through coordinating policy at the intergovernmental level but it certainly makes sense to also have european level competency for certain situations especially pandemics the problem is for months now europeans have seen the e.u. authorities competence or lack of it in securing doses but they say they are the ones to blame i have joined ireland as one of the parties to the legal case specifically around astra zeneca is complete failure to meet its the literary and contractual agreements for may in june astra zeneca could well find themselves sued
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for breach of contract for supposedly having over promised and failed to deliver. one company that will be getting involved with e.u. procurement contracts is french austrian vaccine manufacturer never they've pulled out of talks with brussels to provide that job which is currently undergoing stage 3 trials after the company said they couldn't make any progress with the e.u. they'll now seek deals with individual countries with only around 7 percent of the german population fully vaccinated the home pays that with more doses arriving and restrictions on who they could be given to lifting that over the summer germany can
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ramp up their vaccination program and get more jobs into more people's arms peter all over r.t. . well our sister channel 32 which is talk to the russian foreign ministry spokesperson really is a carrier of a bad place and she does the way that brussels playing politics is it is pandemic response. it would. let's be realists the european union simply last time it could have been a leader in an occupation and a leader in vaccine production but they didn't happen why politicisation tied the hands e.u. officials tied the hands of industrialists and businesses and ultimately to the hands of the only people they you went against the interests of its own members and i don't know whether you are allowed to talk about this in the e.u. but this is the objective reality it's a fact just like the fact that called it in 2020 highlighted the immense problems
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in the european union and in the west in general the you has not been able to deal with a worldwide catastrophe but it's not like we haven't had them before yes the world hadn't dealt with the ground in of planes and border closures on such scale but the world has dealt with fund damage before and it turns out the those who call themselves leaders of the world aren't that at all is just chest thumping turns out of the european union specifically germany france and many other countries and also the us couldn't offer anything to the world as an example of dealing with the plan demick unfortunately they didn't live up to the task neither in the economic terms nor socially nor in terms of development and implementation of vaccines that's not how a real leader does it. the united states is under heavy activists pressure to slash police funding at the moment in the wake of high profile killings by offices but huge numbers of americans to say to you that such political agendas
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leave to crime. reports their children is now behind bars many americans don't seem to view him as simply a bad apple the idea that all police are irredeemable seems widespread among liberal politicians it wasn't an accident policing in our country is inherently and intentionally racist. no more policing incarceration and militarization it can be reformed congresswoman elano mara laid out what her agenda is for dealing with the police 1st demilitarize the police with protests becoming more intense some argue now is not the time to tie the hands of the officers then there are steps to criminalize violence against protesters now we can all agree about peaceful protesters but what about those who burn buildings or engage in property destruction next stage disband and deconstruct police stations now in some parts of the country they are taking that literally and portland we saw protesters besiege
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and the light of police union building on a grand scale if it's what they want which is the reduction or elimination of law enforcement you can see on the streets you will get survival of fittest you will get the american who knows them to find themselves defending against those who don't in the lesser of it you're going to get a complete lack of morale which is going to lead to just men and women who sit in their cars and collect a paycheck and the proactive law enforcement which will be done by presence only will only completely lead to more crimes are the only people going to urge the community so people are not really thinking they're thinking out of motion and the politicians are 100 percent capitalizing office and it's going to be the people who suffer the most now police chasing down suspects on foot is something you can see in all kinds of t.v. and movies but the mayor of chicago now says it may be time to give that a rest no one should die as a result of a foot chase now of course this raises some questions say
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a woman's purse is snatched the police then have to call and ask permission before chasing down the perpetrator police feel that they are being demonized and in some cases they are resigning saying that the atmosphere is too restrictive polls show that a large percentage of americans do fear that a shortage of police officers could result in chaos nationwide los angeles has seen an 80 percent increase in shootings i mean. the mayor a democrat calling for an increase in the police budget reversing the cuts in the police department made at the height of the black lives matter protests last year this is purely political for the reason that the systemic racist problem in law enforcement isn't the american police officer it's just the system it's the politicians who make the laws it's it's the prosecutors and the defense attorneys but nobody wants to talk about that so the easiest pawn to play in this whole game is the police officer or the easiest one to wind up attacking because they're the front line in between the community and ultimately what happens to the community
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member the police in the public have a relationship and if one party is always abused and criticized and the other party refuses to take accepting accountability for what they're doing you're going to get the one side that just ultimately throws up their arms and walks away so to be honest whatever the american police choose to do if it stand down or if it's all in all give up or tire resign walk away then nobody should really be shocked what's happening the morale is going to be massively low and you're going to get men and women who are completely unappreciated walking and good luck to whatever happens in america we have all seen the horrendous videos of police shootings anger is completely justified and reform is long overdue but there is still another question what will replace them that is what has many americans very nervous. r.t. new york. ok well let's return to the pandemic because the situation in india has taken a shop change for the worse more than 300000 new cases have been registered for
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a 2nd day in a row amid the shocking coronavirus spike a massive fire has broken itin an intensive care unit apparently killing 13 of the 18 patients that hospitals had already raised the alarm have a chronic shortages of equipment oxygen and oversight beds in fact until to put this into today's lawmaking this summation will pay for people to follow coronavirus roofs. we have to leave manage patients at home with oxygen and this is not something we are enjoying so i didn't hear earlier live or all if you want to follow a few things that are only and requesting you to follow so most importantly please take it off yourselves now corbet is everywhere around you please keep yourself very well masked at times. well the doctor there added to that such suffering was unprecedented a word of warning you might find the following footage disturbing to underline the
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point she was making this open a crime atory i'm so overwhelmed by an influx of victims facilities are said to be working around the clock with grieving relatives queuing for hours to come in i can write loved ones we spoke to the doctor who made that emotional play you just saw there and she gave us some insight into the distressing situation. what's really distressing for most health care workers now is just the lack of intensive care and bets in not just in will buy it but across the country now there is a huge shortage of ice and a huge shortage of does and a huge shortage of drugs and this situation just something that we've never seen before and it's depressing it's fear and if it does kill the morale of a lot of aid workers in spain introduced these only people die and so many people still reading outside the hospital and we're not sure what they're going to do with them i think right now in this situation everyone has either some credit or south
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today who was stranded trying to find even a hospital bed of medicines and oxygen especially in the run # so january and february when this isn't and yes they were down people thought that we had the cord was already put out. all the gods came down masks were down socialization started and it is back in our we have this stuff and we wouldn't a street which is much more transmissible then see this plane we had so it was this 2 and 2 was not fought it was going to wait and it just get mad at night and now absolutely really is. what we saw in the 1st week you watch not international still to come for you this hour violent clashes in downtown jerusalem but you to dozens of injuries and the rest we'll have the details on this story plus others to you in a couple of.
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the world is driven by a dream shaped by one person. dares thinks. we dare to ask. stuff certainly that china disagrees with america's foreign policy or the china disagrees with america's domestic policies that china disagrees america's monetary policy they don't want all that money printing sell a few things are going to happen member one it's past 4 or a global race to procure as many pick quite as possible now on the geo political
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level china is leading the way this is the sputnik moment corbet point america can answer that phrase or it can be left behind. but again i ve had rainin president said that u.s. sanctions are preventing his country from receiving vaccines putting millions of lives at risk taran signed a contract in january for almost 17000000 vaccine doses through the w.h.o. used again but 3 months only a tiny fraction of days had been delivered at a time when cave deaths have worryingly high present reality says that is entirely down to the trade restrictions being enforced by the u.s. and its allies. if there were no sanctions we would be getting deliveries through the code like scheme and today millions of people could get the facts and i would
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like oh people to clearly realize that this is a crime by washington what the united states has done so. since day one of covert 19 was that it blocked iran from using the international financial sector and that basically blocked iran from importing task it's. importing. all sorts of hospital supplies in order to combat covert 19 now under fire in the united states continues to pursue the same policy iran can't transfer the money of the united states is blocking it and the iranian backed team program has been delayed for months as a result iran doesn't need their health iran wants them to stop trying to harm iranians. come amid reports of cautious progress that talks in vienna at the moment are reviving the iran nuclear deal the biden administration wants to revive the pact which previously gave iran sanctions relief in exchange for the scaling back
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of its nuclear energy program but is a key sticking point to all of this because washington wants around to act 1st and they meet limited he reining in richmond before sanctions can be lifted while iran says the u.s. which left the pact unilaterally under trump needs to take the 1st step on the arabic spoke to a candidate for next year's iranian presidential election and he says the country is ready for dialogue with america. our relations with america are based on mistrust this goes back to before the iranian revolution even then the actions of the us government caused our people to lose trust in the americans if the united states wants to establish relations with iran will welcome that we want relations with all countries of the world except for the zionist entity which is our red line america must atone for its past mistakes regarding iran washington must earn back the goodwill of the iranians the way the nuclear deal has played out shows that the americans don't keep their word so i advise the u.s.
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administration to return to a relationship based on mutual respect iran is a big proud and independent country if america wants to restore interaction with iran it has to change its position on the nuclear agreement. my facebook is reportedly damn paying enormous data breaches when a leaked memo the tech be a myth has ordered its p.r. team to normalise the masterly of uses personal information as an industry issue earlier this month the personal data of 533000000 users including names and phone numbers was posted on a hacker forum europe's leading privacy regulator is now probing the facebook broke the law in its handling of the leak if found to have violated the data rules it could face a fine of up to 4 percent of its $886000000000.00 annual revenue facebook is reported to be cooperating fully with the investigation assuming press
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volume continues to decline we're not going additional statements of this issue longer term though we expect more scraping incidents and think it's important to both frame this is a broad industry's normalise the fact that the success of it it happens regularly. well arlen's data protection commission says it believes the data rules quotes may have been and are being infringed meanwhile the company said it has not notified those affected as it's not sure who they are internet lore expert yeah cohen gave us his views well it seems that. the full time being at least the deep pockets of facebook allow the company to get away with pretty much anything and everything i'm not quite sure why facebook hasn't been a challenge seriously by european data regulators facebook says well you know let's see how we can manipulate the mind let's see how we can
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engage in consciousness engineering to manipulate the mind or for users a sole day thing that i that what actually happened didn't happen all the data that had been stolen was a really stolen if it was stolen don't worry about it it's something that happens all the time what facebook does it uses its all ability to control what information has been communicated through facebook to manipulate the very same information did the users need to know. u.k. reporters fanned covert contracts to companies tied to the ruling conservative party including those with no track record of supplying relevant goods or services . it is very surprising that the u.k. government prioritize recommendations from politicians given to most of the areas
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of economic activity this type of association raises red flags and they are not known for their expertise and procuring medical equipment what is even more surprising is that it did not engage professionals such as the british medical association and the royal college of nursing well the report looked at thousands of contracts worth almost 20000000000 pounds handed out last year transparency international says it has identified scores that urgently need to scrutiny adding that 20 went to those with known political connections to the conservatives in well the party insists that everything is ok. all people procurement went through the same assurance process and due diligence is carried out on every contract ministers have no role in awarding them their priority list was widely advertised across government as a way of more quickly tree arching offers of support for the co-chair of the advocacy group keep our n.h.s. public does disagree and says that the government does have serious questions to
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answer. i think few people would complain if they made good decisions for good reasons and with good results alongside transparency but in fact they've made very bad decisions and for very bad reasons including this cronyism friends and political allies and terrible results you'll be aware the public accounts committee looked at the impact of the private contracts for example on on contact tracing for curb it and they they could not find any discernible impact on the spread of coronavirus through the contracts that have been awarded by the government in this privatized. diversion of money from the public to the private sector this is a really desperate time of the government has claimed that they are the saviors of
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the country and actually they've to to me they've betrayed public trust. in clashes in downtown jerusalem that left at least 100 people injured in arab demonstrators squared off as police struggled to keep them apart. i. i. i i. i. i. was. the instant occurred there were hundreds of demonstrators shouting anti arab slogans were confronted by palestinian protesters security authorities kept a heavy presence in the city amid the violence with dozens of arrests being made police chief stun grenades and tear gas to against the demonstrators some of whom
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threw stones and bottles the rest does come amid a surge in violence during the muslim holiday of ramadan which has seen tit for tat attacks and the crisis. so that brings you up to date that's how the news is looking so far today here in r.t. just coming up to half past 2 in the afternoon in moscow we're back again at the top of the.
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in his annual address to the nation russian president vladimir putin reminded his citizens and the world in fact russia has red lines when it comes to foreign policy interests and those red lines need to be taken seriously and there lays the problem the west refuses to acknowledge that russia has its own national interest. psychiatric drugs are essential for millions of patients rather they want that pill that they hope will take care of their problem thoroughly and rapidly in the short term they really work the problem is in the long term and mostly disastrous suddenly stopping a drug can cause withdrawal symptoms more serious than the condition it was meant
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to treat instead of the beneficial effects of these different medicines ending up to something wonderful very often or in full effects it up to something terrible can bill solve all ills probably trying to mitigate life itself i just think i was in like i was just scared me i was a scared little girl of 24 and like. i didn't have to be so complicated. a folks next up on dennis miller plus one the a beautiful lovely and the mirror john love it so be here john no doubt have his dog jerry bruckheimer the 3rd in a slap i hear jerry's got a bit of a hacking cough going let's hope that doesn't play a part in the interview can tell we've taped it already dennis miller flux what.
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folks welcome to dennis miller plus one i'm joined by one of my dearest friends in the world i love i'm completely and jerry bruckheimer and ernie's brought his friend john lovett swept up. the love. affair. herb i'm sorry i have the. jerry travels with what he goes i'll. stand up and he's a great delight you know john it's so funny to me about dogs that we have a dog in our family named benny granted he's my son and his girlfriend's dog but he comes over i can't tell you what an addition he is to life in general i sense
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you really grown to love jerry over the years oh yeah it's like my age is like my kid but. you know and i have to support him but he's you know he's opted not to go to college so it's been great and dead that's right. yes it's the best thing when. i bring with me everywhere in it i mean it makes a giant difference when you're on the road and you know you got your dog with you but i don't even like calling him a dog and so he's got such a personality. i just never you know he some dogs they look all around they're really connect with you and this guy he's consciously looking me in the eyes and every morning and night he hugs me and you know i never had an animal like this is that i had recommended to anybody it's the best you know and then well john if he is if he is if you're questioning whether or not.


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