tv Documentary RT July 3, 2021 12:30am-1:01am EDT
me oh the in the water and we go through the streets where i will make them feel that the fellow human being the people in the communities in front of them. can you breathe water to anybody to start same water. that's the start point. rebuilding the trust, but the connection that they have with the managed to do the retail if you need to get rid of the longer
here the the all the work. yeah. i have like why now? i know so many vibrant, beautiful homeless people, and there is a saying that homelessness is a temporary condition. it's not, it's something that you experience. it's a phase of your life, but it's not who you are. you don't say i am a homeless. you say hi. i am homeless right now. i won't be forever. i wasn't before and i won't be forever.
the okay. here we go through the i oh here they do basic health. i've never been homeless my entire life until a year and a half ago. i am on the street. i live on the street. i'm not bad. i'm actually happy. i work every day towards my dream. i don't think anything is hopeless. i just happen to live on the street, haven't found consistent income for me to have
a place to live or somebody to stay with. and the propagation is what we're doing. and we've been talking about this for a while. improved is in there. we're improving. we're starting with nothing with only what we've got. we're improving. take the top of the coldness. josh. all right, here we go with the use of the topic homelessness. so we're moving around right around with the topic of homelessness. we are going to present a piece that we call stop and go home or go with kid in a lot of people don't realize. i think that word has a lot of shame or guilt or something surrounding it that hopeless. you know,
i've heard the term homeless, not a lot of people hear that word in the it's, it's not their fault. they just think that they can't do stuff because of that word . this is in life. i chose, this is what i want. it is like everything went at once, all at once. first it was my job and it was my family. didn't was my savings. i have nothing, i have nothing and it's not like i don't try. i look for resources, i look for jobs. i look for everything i can to make this pass. and i end up doing is passing time. every day we say every day knocking on the door. so church, what i want more than this. someone told me there was more than this. oh my god, i am so tired of this smell of urine everywhere. i can't get away from it. somebody gives me life are something, it's not enough. there's like a st everywhere and trash so many get me out. and we're not going to leave
any food on the ground. but if someone is sleeping, we at least want to leave a water for them by their tent. and if the women would please take the feminine product, because that makes more sense. i think there's a bag for everybody now. more or less, right. ok. the the reason i remember that yeah. okay. i was going to be a nice thing to give away the power to
drive. right. i read everybody's file and they're saying what chair meal dedicated itself to is at least let's not have people starve or become d hydrated on the street. yes . and water water. oh, there is no such solution other than to educate people that these are somebody who son, daughter, brother, father, mother who are on the street. we need to give them
a hand to get them all in one of the 193 neighborhood. the best, don't us in los angeles, don't it. and then to get on, i know you're thinking way too much and it's obvious that this group has been like eric shaking his head. we don't think in here. it's okay. it's okay. we get out of our heads, we trust our instincts, our guts are stories. i don't think. don't think sometimes i look homeless. sometimes i don't. sometimes i tell people i told people i was on the street before they say i you don't look like it. but i am, and i have a smiling face. happy,
i'm excited and i'm happy because i'm doing, i'm living, i'm living, i'm not making any excuses. i think interest i'm in and i pursue all available people should not be on the street in the richest country in the world or we have some food and water. they can have a breed of way. one radio got there. yeah. one spicy man. ah. okay. i i was strong faith, believe in god. i church. i read the bible,
i keep my head focus on the bigger picture. i pray constantly pray. ah. i do things for other people. that's a big one. me. ah, huge a to tight. jimmy got me the shoes, free and salvage army. i went ahead johnny. i went ahead and body over my insurance. right on your corner. cobb. i got my baby. alright on. are you doing? good. good. the going to nice. nice. nice night. and i'm sitting on the bench. you've got a story. not right, daddy. thanks again,
special live, but also to live on a healthy planet. and the challenge of energy is the emissions of carbon dioxide for other greenhouse gases that we're trying to manage. and there's many different ways of doing that. the transitions have begun in transition and it's proceeding along many different ways with ah, today, industries prefers and millions of, you know, the regulations will be all about making money. i think it's about big corporation, international markets. import export. do you imagine the number of the diseases are in every family today? it's, you know, due to new viruses or new microbes, not true. so it is due to environment that not gonna take either the momentum is
simply a matter. hello. yes, thank you. let me come in and they don't allow us. the food industry is successful, it will create more jobs, it will create more value added, it will create more so i don't see why we shouldn't also fight for the interests of the industry that we have regulation. we want the regulation as the industry and if we don't have any specialty, that's fine. ah ah, [000:00:00;00] ah, ah, i try and help you. if there's one thing you should do when you're on the street,
i, if you want to get better, if you want to feel better, you gotta do something for other people. you got to find some way to serve people, give skills, use your skills and what you had helped people i person i want to join for 1st i do whatever you can help to be serviced. and that's why i think i'm so happy. one of the reasons i'm always sharing night. thank you for the evening. jesus name, we ask you to bless. as opposed to the holy spirit or guy that here on your roof, for the god we ask you to lift us, guide us at all times. not a god. help us. stay up and aware of your presence, guide us and always not
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perhaps this is mr. good. how are you doing? i just wanted to let you know that we just received a missing person from somebody that our just in case you have seen some money, which is scription. he's 22 years old. okay. between 66 and 67 inches tall. the only distinctive features that he has is that the who's for me with the name mighty yes. yes, i don't know which arm is because the family can remember. yeah, that's the only thing that he has. he doesn't have any factors or dental work. he was feeling ok. he went just traveling with a group and he came back to try to help pregnant women and all the guy. and the
last thing that i found is can somewhere in the last tuesday tunnel kelly pulling cruises, whittling components here. 2 because you want to be in a de la, for center community. there's lots of jazz close to our cruisers can, you know, so really uses this one, no america, so young and real. we know america continuum which we think has shown as he was showing up as a percent. i'm with a the impulsive if the house on the event in the media as
a persona. yeah. ah, work a key. can you not? you sound like it was a person, but if someone can assist you with today, i need to put you in this up a 1000000. ah, ah, hosting here soon as possible gives us the me be 3000 bodies that we have found about 2000 have names there 535000 that we don't have a name. but, but now they know they're doing dna sampling, you know, from,
from families and from the bones. so now we'll be able to match those, the samples and identify some people. but sometimes always find is just one bone. and is the bone could be there for 10 years. so it's very difficult to make a match just from one moment. we have struggled over time with how to examine these remains. what to do with the remains of people who are, are not able to identify. we try to gather whatever information we can about them to compare against missing persons report that we may receive up to including comparing dna to family members. if we are in contact with them to see if they are
related to the remains that we have recovered about 86 percent of the people that we found have been male and most of them are in their twenties or thirties. this is a demographic of people that are crossing usually for work or for family reasons. not with a large group of family members seeking amnesty the ah, is your media a reflection of reality?
in a world transformed what will make you feel safer? type relation, community. you going the right way? where are you being that somewhere direct. what is true? what is in the world corrupted. you need to defend the so join us in the depths will remain in the shallows. ah. i don't think that comes right on police report and all cast in december 2020 a group of anti finishes. fill out a film crew access for 3 months. 3rd row like people organization. it's an idea that must be opposed that channel out the gate route. they make their faces,
but they can say what they believe then we believe and help our community. we believe that fascism is one of the major threats to the united states as gotten driven. this is a chance to see who and teeth are really are in order for me. my 1st amendment right and say that my life matter. i have to be onto the pieces that we can't trust the police. we can't trust the government. we can't trust anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves in me the to don't want to move a toy new. he will turn when she will be ready to love me. as soon as she too will
grow up. what i can do to me, if you could, totally traditionally, but she's she's really, if you see the one doing the best for me was over. she said for me and lasted with metro. okay. sheet i checked my notes that i was in, this is a for the new new new which is the new i see executable couple was quite up when i got to pull it up on that. got me.
ah, the news the police officers shot dead in sweden becomes the 1st to be murdered in the country since 2007. the middle violence of the opposition is blaming on margaret an outburst against so called low culture president maximum. that was the progressive american ideas off racialize in frogs, if he put it, we get some insight from our panel. again. he definitely has a point, goes from the united states, in some sense history, a very different race relations or very different vaccinate. it doesn't always mean unrestricted travel, it seems to repair my this is agency has yet to prove an indian version of an