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ah, ah, new unity during american independence day celebrations has a congresswoman sparks on god by saying that date is the least for white people. we look at how in today's america, even the state chris stars and stripes, pointing the nation. greenpeace found the law over scenes of how far in the gulf of mexico altar was reported to catch strapped company. that all pre cindy to gas pipelines had been struggling for years with maintenance problems. and as us troops and the main base and dentist on the taliban makes significant advances in the north of the country, humanitarian organizations now yet, and not the ways of refugees. ah,
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the thought of a new week is one day, the 5th of july. this is audience national as always, very good to have you with us. well, let's start off with how when you think of the 4th of july, you think called parade's parties, fireworks as the u. s. celebrates the boss of a nation, but this year it's also exposing strong divisions not off to one congresswoman highlighted, the racial issues surrounding the celebration. when they say that the 4th of july is about american freedom. remember this, the freedom they're referring to is for white people. this land stolen land and black people still aren't free. while between triggered a 5th reaction from republicans who pointed out that democrat corey bushes self managed to rise from being enough to solving in the house of representatives. another commentator accused, 1st of dishonoring black people fighting for the nation. the country has been split over at symbols and even subjects to studies in schools for some time. no more gods
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have looks at what american identity actually means today. nothing bought americans as close together as the 4th of july, a day of unity of solidarity of coleman spirit, who it was when americans thought that they had an identity to cute, to find america. i defy you to tell me what constitutes in america. can't do it with incredibly diverse democracy. what makes it american? while apparently not even the president knows that being a patriot lesson, serving in the marines paying taxes. is that waving the flag, putting up the stars and stripes and poll outside your house? know that according to the media, just might make you of fanatical republican today flying the american flag from the back of a pickup truck or over a lawn is increasingly seen as
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a clue will be. it's an imperfect one to a person's political affiliation in a deeply divided nation. while they're right about division, which the media cause fad, inflamed in the name of ad revenue, but it's everywhere. people see everything differently. everyone has an opinion that they'd rather that rather die than give up. everything is a battle ground, race, religion, booting sex, orientation, police, immigration, and war. there is almost nothing left that americans agree or have the flag symbol of unity as now a symbol of oppression. it is chatted dated, divisive and incorrect. it no longer represents democracy and freedom, it no longer represents all of us. it's not fair to be forced to own it. it's signed for a new flag. what if the flag look like this? and just like that out of a sheet, as soon you can see it
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a little way down the road protests and counter protests about changing the flag rods and shootings and enmity. because one person's idea is a bob unable to another. you're found on an idea. we hold these truths to be self evident, but all men and women are created equal, endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, life, liberty to suit, happiness, sounds corny, to america. we learn this in grade school and high school. and the idea that seems to have expired, what did they learn in schools now? critical race theory, the idea that no, we weren't created equal, but we don't believe equal. and that racism has painted every aspect of institutional america. that's what they learn in school. now, a far cry from created equal and you talk about critical race theory, which is pretty much going to be teaching kids how to hate each other. how to do
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is pretty much what have been all gone down to, you know, deliberately, pcs. why do you right here? got it better. you because he why you go partly so why? oh, the black people are all down. how do i have to know what degree the senior, oprah doesn't matter? black or white or anything doesn't matter if you're black or white. brown. yeah. right. and in how we treat people is based on who they are and what are you in tomorrow? this is, this is how children think right in critical race. neary wants to in now we my children, it's not going to happen. one couldn't only wonder how the land they going to go off the asian americans next. and then latino paths maybe a few decades down the line and sick twisted already. they'll turn it against african americans at the end of the day, america is bursting at the seams. it's, it's not overpopulation. it's over belief where everyone has an idea that they
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think is better than everyone else's and they demand that people respect it. here's the real problem. you have people to day independent of any history saying we want to have the black national anthem. maybe we want to have the l g, b, g, q, i a national anthem. and you have people in corporate structures in various governmental entities who say fine, we'll do whatever you want. we'll recognize that to some people, america is whatever they say it is. shake a rorschach test. you look at a cloud, you see a bunny. i see a dog, it's our interpretation. that's where we are right now. and we're going through this i guess his version of it words,
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we make it up as we go along. and i, to me, in my humble opinion, i think this is, this is temporary. i think we always go through this in one form or another and eventually things will somewhat shuttled down. but it's, it's most disconcerting to some people who believed that there was a degree of solidity and permanence to american history. but to other people. they make it up as they go along. well, in the meantime, the white house has tried to caution on the 4th of july celebrations by claiming credit for cheaper barbecues, but not everyone's fired up by the claimed saving of just 16 son, se. planning of cook out the sheer ketchup on the news. according to the farm bureau, the cost of a 4th of july barbecue is down from last year. it's a fact. you must heard hot dog. the biden economic plan is working on something. we
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can all rubbish, look what i got from the grocery store with the $0.16. i saved. thanks biden. wow, what will we peasants do with that big 16 samson savings the possibility of their endless. where would $0.16 have been significant savings? $800.00. 23 while prices might be down, but inflation has driven us petrol. prices up by $8.00 since last year. and tricity and the overall cost of fruit is only up to with inflation on its highest since 2008. but the white house thinks that people should look instead to the 3000000 jobs created since by didn't came to power. how think? $0.16 a barbecue has more of an impact on people's lives than gas being a dollar more this time. i would say, if you don't like hotdogs, you may not care of the reduction of cost. you don't have to like you're fine, but the big i reduction i will say that what we're most focus on is the fact that
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we've created now more than 3000000 jobs since the president took office. they really think that 16 senses amazing and we're going to go out to the streets and, you know, show our love for president biden over $0.16. i haven't seen much effort on the, by an administration to pursue any sort of economic policy that we have. unemployment numbers, they talk about the 3000000 jobs that they've created, but how long has under employment and people who are working part time that want to work full time. you know, there's real unemployment numbers are much higher there at least in the double digits. and even at the same time, does it really matter if $3000000.00 jobs are created? if they're all created at mcdonald's, wendy's target and walmart, not really even s. b economy is growing at an accelerated pace. even if the economy g d, p is expanding. how much does that actually translate into people's everyday lives?
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a grave risk to the environment and safety? not the warning coming from greenpeace, following a leak from an underwater gas pipeline. in the gulf of mexico, the company responsible is reportedly more than $100000000000.00 in debt and failing to adequately maintain its facilities. meanwhile, the biblical health scape in the waters of the gulf, drew comparisons to another incident that happened that 11 years ago. the who's the mexican energy environment and safety agency follows up on the event that occurred in the campaign. she proved related to a guest line. the incident did not generate any spin
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ah an open use with the us now leaving its main minute to base in afghanistan, adults and more districts, including key areas in the counter hall province have fallen under the control of taliban. a military force in government troops to flee into neighboring territories for 2 decades. the back on the field was a strategic point of operations in the region for washington. and it's made so allies. that base could house up 210000 troops and host over a 100 across. it also had a large medical facilities under prison concepts,
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which according to us senate reports we've used for local official say, american flag. the facility practically overnight and without warning, immediately attracting looters to the site. loft poured into the information that we have american forces left bag room air base last night. this has not been officially carbonated and reported to us, but from the ground we get these information from the situation in the area as several looters, opportunists and others are stormed back to this morning and with a quick response from our district administration. and we were able to before the plan, a more important question presents itself, how long will the afghan government be able to hold it? because looters weren't the only ones excited about the u. s. withdraw? the taliban is coming back in force. and according to reports just in june, they seized more than 700 trucks and armored vehicles from afghan security forces and have also getting significant chunks of territory throughout the country.
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humanitarian organizations are now in panic. warning of yet another wave of refugees from the country and the afghans themselves, more than a 1000 of which have recently fled to the jacob stand to seek asylum, said he wants to escape the fighting by any means necessary. the. they've got it. there's no one that i'm leaving, you know, 3 to 4 days with some friends. we leave because of the lack of job who'd leave this country otherwise. ah, where there are concerns about the return of the taliban. therefore, when to leave the country before the situation gets worse than most of the districts of school. and there is not even one district where there is no fighting . the taliban has even reached chief of police and provincial capital. i've come
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here to get what possible to get out of a gun. it's done. it is not the ah, then let's get started with all these problems who would want to leave and get this done in the kids? very hard to leave here. i'm going to go to belgium, the the decades of fighting and instability and of gas than have already displaced some 2700000 people from their home country. in terms of numbers that 2nd only to syria. but this mass us exodus might make matters even worse. so what does joe biden think of all this after all journalists have been growing him on this issue for a while now. well, apparently not a lot. he'd rather talk about happy things like fireworks and the 4th of july is
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going to be in the next few days. my fall the we're hearing around the holidays more and more than happy to help provide any kind of military for me. i'm not going to be more question again, is to load that life. we're bringing our, bring our troops home. we have all across america. people are going to ball games, i guess if you pretend to problem doesn't exist at all. just go away. perhaps that's just uncle sam's method. in the end, the u. s. came it saw and then it just left. and the question on everyone's mind right now is, what the hell was it all for? seeing the massive death and destruction brought on a gun, he's done. and the fact that the illicit drug trade expanded with u. s. presence
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there. and of course the taliban has been able to expand with u. s. presence there all these years. americans not really knowing what the war is, even about. the former president of attorneys, done how need congress. i had even said that the us role and war in the country. the longest in us history has actually allowed extremism and terrorism to have free reign, essentially in the country, and has been a spectacular failure. while sister channel tiara exclusively spoke to taliban representative home at night, he says the washington should have thought twice before entering off chemist on unfortunately the situation in the country is getting worse. if not for the occupation, the situation would not have worse than to the extent i should have thought of it before. invading and lemme country like i've got to start now. the american president has not, but foreign american troops will finally leave our country. there is no need to
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leave foreign troops in the country and we want to solve problems through negotiation. and we have a maintaining such a position from the very beginning, which we will negotiate with james, not as much as a representative of the people in the us with just one on the side. we cannot recognize the regime which is appear along with the occupant, which is completely over a while still ahead. president biden comes under pressure to cover the use of drones outside of recognized battleground. we'll talk about that. i'm much more in just a moment. i when i would show the wrong one, i'll just don't rule out the thing because the attitude and engagement equals the trail. when so
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many find themselves will depart. we choose to look for common ground the the the the, the, the, the, the, the the while come back and tie
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straight into some news in brief, from around the wild starts without a huge forest farm has killed it. nice for people in southern site press, their port had been migrant farm workers. egypt a 67 year old man has been detained, suspected of having stopped at that place. pipes as president has described the situation as an unprecedented tragedy. an apartment building that partially collapsed in miami last month has been completely demolished. that was says over the still standing section being unstable as a hurricane approach of florida. the initial collapse killed. and these 24121, remain on accounted for. far to say that as soon as the site is deemed secure, such assets will be resumed. engineers raise the alarm 3 years ago about major structural damage effects, and the building remained recommending repairs be carried out.
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the protest is until he was dispersed with take out the water cannon on sunday. now they've been demanding the release of people erected during previous bodies against social injustice. crowds also gathered in santiago for the dropping of a new constitution to replace one written during the dictatorship of peters. schools of rights groups have signed an open letter to president biden, demanding the us, and he told us troy outside of recognized battlegrounds we write to demand an end to the unlawful program of lethal strikes outside any recognized battlefield, including through the use of drones. this program is a centerpiece of the united states forever was successive. presidents have now claimed the unilateral power to authorize secretive extra judicial killing outside
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any recognized battlefield with no meaningful accountability for wrongful death and civilian lives. lost and injured. now respect to one of the signatories who told us that war people should be against this new weapon awful. first of all, i think we find that letter because drawn it acts as a tendency of the petty, disgraceful and very wonderfully dangerous a new a new door in the war. maybe one letter maybe signed by capital law condition is not have immediate impact, but we like to educate. we like to mobilize the american public opinion against is the whole global war and that this war is against american values. this body is creating, like it is mentioned in the letter racial injustice. those were killing the muslim that black, the minorities. this was not the solution. these are,
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this is not the solution to have peace in the war. while this latter for a recent strikes in iraq and syria against iranian box militias, the u. s. 7500 strikes were conducted against targets. outside. i've got a strong rock on syria between 20092015. it acknowledged more than $100.00 civilian deaths, while right scripts say the figures likely more than a 1000 killed. dr. acore again says drones strikes should be made illegal or un level donte or bast, the september 11 and the united states. well, the wall in global water and data, and i think what they got instead of destruction in the muslim country, especially, and also with huge financial loss for the medical money should be spending the american development infrastructure development and over the better image of america use of grown is especially very, very dr. most issue that you are the machine you are, you are saving your life,
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your personal buy. you are killing him on over the assembly and it should be declared at the level that it is illegal to use this type of rap on that these type of tools in the walk. well, hey, and russia, the countries in the grip of a rising cobit caseload caused by the highly contagious delta strain. the number of new cases has more than doubled over the course of the last month, and piqued more than 24000 daily infections that was on sunday. one of those moscow registered more than 7 and a half 1000 new cases. the capital launch the major re vaccination campaign last week. the sergeant infections was also prompted the city to introduce a mandatory coven speak to pass to access certain public places. now one of the ways to quantify is to get vaccinated. so we asked health experts about the benefits of getting the job i
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mean use to, to get the changes in the structure of the crone of ours to know. don't have a significant impact with or they don't significantly affect the antibiotic structure. the safety margin of covered 19 backs in is quite high. therefore, if the genome or the vice changes in the vaccines still remains effective. usually small coatings research community from kronos are specific to 6 months regardless of how it was obtained. and therefore, according to w. h o recommendations for a more effective fight against corona virus. everyone must be vaccinated and re vaccinated. and she wouldn't, she didn't you kind of, i restrained. the clinical situation has also changed. and coven 19 is also now dangerous for young people. the clinical situation has become heavier complication
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for fear. shortness of breath occur, lungs affected and it progresses rapidly. therefore, people over the age of 18 need to be vaccinated and re vaccinated. i not only due to the new grown of restraints and new taishan, what can i judge the correct number of antibodies to make people see from corporate 19 antibodies develop for the original strain, may not react properly to the new strain, which is why it is so important to be back sedated. this is a w h o recommendation. we know the just seeking a walk soon. that motor indeed exceeds work. we used them to prevent infectious diseases and there is no vaccine that can guarantee 100 percent effectiveness. therefore, there's still a chance that those who are vaccinated can get sick vaccination helps to prevent the development of severe forms and fatal outcomes. vaccinated people have
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a risk of being in contact with the cobra, 1900 carrier, and getting sick. therefore, all those vaccinated should follow cobra. 1900 restrictions, such as wearing masks and keeping their distance. france has become the latest you contrary to bond the hunting of some bugs with indiscriminate glue traps, denouncing the practice as causing it were possible harm to animals, hats off to a 5 year long case, brought by to move protection groups the who's who's ordering. it was when the cabin should washed with gasoline, it's very violent. they put in complete darkness in a garish to month where they cannot get any lights. then they're brought back to where they were trapped and putting cages hanging from trees. when
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a bird cannot see any lights and then it's brought into the light, things a lot to attract other wild bird with this is robin had become stuck in clue and died. the glue for social trends can be bought in shops across from. you can see it's a marketing clue. for birds, there is a big market for song. the gold finch could sell for more than a 1000 euro. it's a lot of money. the news is not selected because the trump has put the glue in the branches of the tree near the top, such as a pine tree, and it's therefore all but the past 5. even pigeons, we have video is taken by a hidden camera to show the hunter,
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