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me ah, headlines stories, quitting a country when your opponent is up, its strongest parallels are drawn between the u. s. police from dallas done the vietnam war. made reports from recaptured. territory of the tele bomb is once again . and who thing says here? restrictions under. sure, real a plea for help the haitian government of the u. s. u. n. to send troops to protect countries key infrastructure. days after the president was assassinated in his phone. plunging the island nation into terms of buying the drum for inclusion and equity. a senior u. s. federal agency goes, woke, but finds itself in hot water for having to photoshop disabled people into the cover
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photo of its diversity ah, from moscow to the world. this is been use our on our see, my name's union o'neill. let's get straight to our top story. the taliban has been making further territorial gains in afghanistan, including a major, a border crossing points with a rum on turkmenistan reports. they're suggest the groups imposing strict sure real law restrictions similar to those deployed when they were lost in power 20 years ago, including forbidding women from leaving home without a meal companion. our t southgate taylor takes us through why there's echoes of an earlier conflict playing out today in central asia. it only took 20 years, 47000 civilian deaths and 2 trillion dollars for the u. s. to finally realized
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that i've got to stop has the right to determine its own state. i will much send another generation america to war and i can't stand with no reasonable expectation of achieving the different outcome we did not go to afghanistan to nation. bill is the right and the responsibility of the afghan people alone to decide their future and how they want to run their country. a think saving way of saying, but nothing has been achieved into decades. unpacking out of the yes nation building promises made all those years ago. piece will be achieved by helping. i've got to start train and develop its own national army. and peace will be achieved through an education system for boys and girls, which works till one of the many pledges that never came through. forgotten about as a u. s. army hasty packed up and flew out. having struck
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a deal with the very enemy, it invaded to annihilate and leaving no long last in peace plan. but hey, as a ton of recap to waves of territory, at least washington sending its best wishes to it's a bond and our lives in kabul. we're going to stick with you, do our best to see to and you have to and so america, for as a war, wraps up with its enemies sergeant back to ascendancy. it's our lives vulnerable and millions still desperate for that piece. they were promised all those years ago since 2001, the narrative was the taliban or terrorist for against thought about what it was from day one. today, murder. the americans before running away released some 6000 of these. deborah's, they have already started deal that another $7000.00 of these terrorists were released now who will be left behind to pay for the declines. the americans off
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committed the americans being enough to understand wasn't a crime. then why would you run away like that and leave interpreters and those will worked alongside you interest, travel 4 and a half 1000 kilometer east and you'll find the was of another of america's so as a was vietnam. yes, the u. s. was then saving the people from the red, tara, not the taliban, tara, but really the parallels a striking, starting with primal promise of freedom, stability, and democracy. first, the vietnamese without help. and that's about all the allies really making any progress. is there a ford movement? the reports, i see, make it clear that there is certainly there is a positive movement towards constitutional government. the people wanted elected responsive governments pretty quickly that positive energy fell apart. and
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washington realized that victory was impossible ring about. and so just isn't our guy missed on it in to deal with the enemy and set how to get rid of in the 1st place, the communists in north vietnam. and after years of effort, we negotiated settlement, which made it possible for us to remove our forces with honor and bring home our prisoners. though, at least unlike president biden, today, who dodges questions about the guilty conscience? president ford had the decency to just cross out the words with honor in his final speech. i wouldn't date of who i've canister on the u. s. pulled out soon after that speech leaving the allies with you guessed it, promises that wouldn't come true. therm pledges rather than given to us, that the united states will retail is swiftly and vigorously to any violation of the agreements. we consider those pledges. the most important grantees of the
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barest agreements. those pledges have now become the most crucial ones to survive. 2 years later, south vietnam abandoned off the 2 decades of american presents was concluded by its northern neighbour and with the taliban, claiming to control 80 percent of africa lands by 25 percent less than when the us invaded fears growing. that cobble won't even last 2 years, they say history is the greatest teacher. but if that's the case, why has the us lot nothing, and how many of the countries will have to lie in ruins before it finally does? well, when us by a journalist joe biden insisted there is no similarity between the us withdrawals from vietnam and afghan us them. the president said he believes the taliban is not as strong as reports suggest of its takeover of the nation as quote, not inevitable. the haitian government has
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asked the us to send around 500 troops to help protect some of the countries key infrastructure, the car to be a nation has also made a similar request to the united states. the move comes directly in the wake of the assassination of haiti's precedent, which is left the country inter mall ortiz. caleb martin has been following developments. well, the united states is drawing down and removing its military presence from afghanistan, but it appears it will now have a new opportunity to flex its muscles much closer to home in the western hemisphere . now haiti is in a state of unrest 2 days after the president was assassinated. and we now understand that local officials are calling for the united states to send its forces into the country to contain the unrest and to protect the infrastructure of the country. the ports, as well as the airports and the natural gas and petroleum reserves. so
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at this point, it's not clear. if the united states will actually send troops in, there will be law enforcement officials dispatched to the country to help get to the bottom of who assassinated the president. the united states remains engaged and enclosed consultations with our haitian and international partners to support the haitian people in the aftermath of the assassination of the president and response to the haitian governments request for security and investigative assistance. we will be sending senior s t i n t h officials to port a prince as soon as possible to assess the situation and how we may be able to assist. we are also starting to get a clearer picture of the kill squad that was sent. and ultimately did take the life of the haitian leader. now it was made up of 28th individuals, 2 of whom were haitian americans, the rest of whom were from columbia. and those individuals,
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some of them have been captured by authorities, there was a fire fight. you know, a gunfight that went on many hours into the night in which, in which several, 3 of the assassins were killed. some have been captured, these assailants, the thugs, who killed the president. we've caught them. we've captured them there in the hands of the police, as you can see now, to american citizens of the haitian descent were among the assassin crew, according to haitian officials, the us state department has not yet confirmed that russia has express concerns that external forces may be manipulating events in the country to serve their own geo political interests. they've also pointed to the u. s. citizenship of 2 of the suspected assassins. but at this point, the situation, the country is intensifying. the parliament is pretty much defunct. there are 2 individuals claiming to be the rightful successor of mcquease. in addition to that, we understand the senate has sworn in joseph lambert as the new president of haiti
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. but unrest is escalating. the military, at this point is on the streets and has declared martial law. all are watching haiti to see what develops on just a point that kill mentioned among the 28 suspects. there are 2 americans of haitian descent report suggests they were working as translators for the hit squad. the operation is said to have been planned for a month and the same was apparently not to kill the president, but bringing to the national palace on a warrant professor of latin american studies. daniel shore believes it was a classic kuta, the links between the drug enforcement agency, the different intelligence services in columbia. in the us, in haiti, definitely coordination. nothing happens in haiti economically, politically, diplomatically, militarily paramilitary without the u. s. is being involved. this could be the
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justification for the next us away if you win the try factor of evil, imperialism for the next invasion and occupation of haiti, where the entire economy is us sweatshops and us agribusiness. so this whole month about haiti being poor and haven't know geo political and economic strategic importance for the united states is ridiculous. so right now, it looks like a palace school, different wings of the haitian booth was the both of which would be in touch with different parts of the state department or the pentagon or the cia, or the d. e a or these proxy forces from taiwan and what we're seeing columbia, they would be buying this power. they would have their own rights which open up and there's a lot of egos in narcissism involved. but at the end of the day, this is a lot of pallets entry with what matters are the interests of the haitian people. and as they said to me as i was still in transit to new york city, leaving cap haitian, the 2nd biggest city and haiti,
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we were hungry when we woke up on tuesday. the president in the dictated, was killed. we had the same hunger when we woke up on wednesday. the stars and stripes sounds been flagged as a symbol of hate. a prominent black lives mutter activist is claiming anyone who flies the american banner gives themselves away as a big it. when we see this flag, we know the person flying, it is a racist. when we see this flag, we know that the person flying it lives in different america. then we do when we see this flag request your intelligence, we know to avoid you. it is a symbol of hatred. she is not the only one triggered out besides tell the american cymbals last month hummer through or gwendolyn berry turned her back to the flag is the national anthem was play during reasonable and pic trials about this by trying to get on the u. s. score. she also covered her head and a t shirt with the slogan activist athlete. and it doesn't stop
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there. the latest captain america comic has the hero calling the u. s. as part of a monologue, a piece of trash. that was a step too far for superman actor, dean k. i believe an individual freedom. i believe in equality of opportunity. celebrities, actors, athletes, the media. they love to bash america while we got the thoughts of social commentators, anthony bryan logan and chug wicker. on the rising anti americanism, within the country, i think it's getting under a lot of people's skin. i mean we are, we have the all to blame is the academy. we have all these horrible forces that are convincing lead to the young people that america some sort of hateful races, white the premises play. sure, america has its problems, but things have gotten better consistently. every generation in this country and yet instead of enjoying that and they're saying things are getting worse. so things have always been bad. well, these people love misery. they need to push the narrative. they need some sort of
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excuse for what they see is black failure. and they make it hopeless. it's training now. i think people like gwin berry, in many of the athletes, realize that it may not be a career in professional hammer throwing every to get done with their lympics. so what's the next best thing? okay. i can be like colin camper, nate, i can make a big stink about how america is races. america is terrible. i can become popular this way. the truth, all i see from their point of view are a dollar sign that's audit is about where they want to convince others is true. maybe even that sales. they're somehow a problem like we're always been told, represent so many different things to so many different people represent something completely different to immigrants who ought to come here for a better life. that maybe it does to a native born citizen. and obviously now it means something different to the far left woke race hustlers and that's fine. they're happy to have that opinion. that's
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why this is a great country. this lag represent those hateful people who want to tear down the country their right to say that in their right to believe that. and unlike that side, most people on my side support their right to believe those things. we just strongly disagree with them and wish they were better educated. everyone wants to come to america and talk about how races we are and how we at the same time, we should let everyone in from the entire world. i don't understand how to mix in the face. why would you want anybody to come for him to such a bad and terrible place? he's what keep everybody to prevent over going through the struggles that we go through obviously. and that the nature with, as i'm a popularity america is a great country and they know a lot on a dissimilar theme. it was an attempt to display its diversity credentials, but it's ended up having the exact opposite effect. a recent report on inclusivity by a major u. s. federal agency included a photo on its cover here, showing smiling office staff from all walks of life. but ego, i'd, observers,
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students spot it, not all was us. it seems dmitri polk, among them. how do you convince people that you actually practice what you preach? well, if you're the u. s. office of the director of national intelligence, apparently you do a bit of bad photo shopping at least if you go by the cover of the o. d and eyes latest report on diversity inclusion and equity. the intelligence community should reflect the diverse make up of america and demonstrate that well fostering an environment where every professional can succeed. promoting diversity, equity and inclusion is fundamental to our democratic values and critical to meeting the isis mission physics work every single day. it didn't take long for people to notice that the cover was in fact, the picture from shutter stock, literally titled portrait of multicultural office staff standing and love. what's
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more, it was doctor to include a woman in a wheelchair and a blind guy with a guy dog problem is these 2 were photoshop in sol, easily that half the internet noticed is a blame guy. you for the shop and the missouri analyst. low clouds for the shove, the blind guy and dog in their talk about the virtuous signaling. because nothing says national intelligence like empty virtual signaling with the shutter stock photo. while our enemies laugh it's all woke feckless leads. you might wonder why they didn't just actually take a picture of their actual sap if they're so diverse. but perhaps that's because the audience just isn't as diverse and inclusive a place as they would like you to think it just look beyond the front cover inside the report itself. there the figures suggest that since 2019 women have seen no change in representation whatsoever. while minorities gain just half a percent, and people with disabilities even less than that,
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it's almost as if they're not really going all in on hiring people based on skin color and gender. perhaps shockingly, merit and qualifications that they're actually after. but then again, even the us intelligence community has to keep up appearances, especially under this fight and administration. maybe that's why the u. s. media has been kind of silence on the story. after all, can't have people thinking that the current administration isn't woke enough still to come in the program lessons at the to be learn the u. k. is education watched on say, classes on sex and gender issues in school. how? because far too politicized is a head in the the people with diabetes, to number raises, whether it's not adequately managed or that they have some immune problem. then
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their risk of infections and something like the coven 19 pandemic, was very bad news. the people diabetes. and we consider it as one of the very high risk situations in terms of people being infected ah, driven by shaped by those with the in me there's things we dare to ask in
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oh, let's start the program back in britain were school children are being talked about sexual orientation and gender with the use of overtly political materials. that is the quote, the warning from the countryside education woodstock. a school staff can occasionally often inadvertently bring a virtually political materials into their curriculum. despite the statutory requirement of political neutrality, we have also seen recent examples of schools and parents been unable to see eye to eye on the content used to teach primary school pupils about same sex relationships . because men should be listening to parents and should be ensuring that the parents are away, much with her old and i. but if my children were, you know, i would, seriously considering taking them to school because of what is being taught in
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school. parents have got no hope of protecting their children from it, and often they don't have no idea what their children are being taught so they can't even contract it because they don't know what they're being taught. will. ofsted blaine confusion in schools over the equality act of 2010. that's anti discrimination legislation which was brought into offer better protection for people. but the act has been widely criticized for inconsistencies, especially in the field of sexual orientation and gender reassignment. the absence of a unified curriculum has seen some schools, often mick their own rules allowing young girls for example, to choose male names with parental consent l g b t writes. organizations are also promoting changes in school norms, including replacing the words, boys and girls with learners. they also want to cancel gender uniforms on star pupils being separated for sport activities. here's julie maxwell, again,
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representative for the nonprofit family education trust. the danger with it then is that you make it incorrect and you gave id is that are not real. so for example, if you had a book, a very young children that was teaching about transgender that perhaps that boy could become ago. and there are story books with, with those kind of story lines. young children will believe the boy can actually be a go, the system of the story books that talk about young children transitioning. and you know, they make it signed simple. you know, i don't know if the children have got no understanding of the medical and surgical interventions that the child that goes down that pathway will be lacking themselves in for the so called russian strain of covert has now caught the attention of the
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world health organization the variant which was 1st identified in january will not be included on its list of potentially dangerous mutations requiring closer monitoring. but as yet there still not enough data for the w h o to classify it as a variance of concert. during late 2020, the emergence of variance to post an increased risk to public health problems. the characterization of specific variance of interest and variance of concern in order to prioritize global monitoring and research, and ultimately inform the ongoing response to the coven 19 pandemic. here in russia, meanwhile, there is a push to deal with the recent rise in cases in moscow. the mirror has stated that the situation is now largely stabilized mainly because of the growing pace of vaccination. in addition, local authorities have made the inoculation process more accessible to foreigners by opening a vaccination center of the country's national stadium. this is russia's main sport,
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serene. i'm back in 2018. the fee for world cup final game took place within these very walls. now, the serene at the lou sneaky stadium has joined the fight against coven 19. and in this fight, it has a very unique role, because this is where foreigners can get a job in the russian capital. there is home to plenty of work migrants, for example, like taxi drivers who construction workers will delivery people. and this is far from it that there's a lot of people living and working here with a foreign passport. what they can get here is a jab with sputnik light. it's a variation of rushes, renounced, put in agree, but you only need one jab. moscow authorities are leading the charge in immunizing the population and made a new and very deadly coded wave of russia. the single japs put to make light was chosen for a good reason. we're told it allows a maximum number of people to get fractionated in
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a minimum of time because you know, we need to work. so needs quickly because we know the drug plan just people and to see that need to be protected, including foreign citizens with ex or nature foreign people who is a proven job that has passed all clinical trial. at 1st glance, it doesn't seem like there are that many people get to get the job, but that impression is misleading displays could win an award for how strictly it enforces social distancing. like most of them, we can currently vaccinate 15000 people a day and lose nikki. we have enough jobs for 15000 people every day. depart from its main purpose, providing moscow's guests with immunity. this vaccination center has turned out to serve another unexpected purpose. it's staffed with medic and even had doctors from several different moscow hospitals. what about them? we have been dealing put on the wires for a long time. so we have quite
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a lot of experience. we have the exact same goal in was to dress and me, simple hospitals, we have all worked through this infection. every one is willing to share their expertise, had it not being for this venue, they would have never met and never had the chance to pool their experience and knowledge. bad thing, the panoramic image done of reporting from moscow t deeper dive in to that or indeed any over stories this hour and a whole lot more besides can always be fund an rti dot com. do give it a check when you can buy for ah, the
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the, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation, let it be an arms race is on often very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very political time, time to sit down and talk as part of the international mega science with that project coordinator is being built into. it's going to allow the scientists to study matter, as they believe it existed just to the big bang get formed. ah, she's more flu shane in the order for the children or the other one. there's not 13 deal. it creates each as a country as a month. but with some a glove chuck,
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a place that niga evolution here to go that i don't want to even move this. we just put his credit that he has the the welcome back to kaiser report, i max kaiser and stacy herbert with another special episode. summer solutions today were talking with john ruby now of dollar collapse dot com. stacy right 2021 has been the year of the i word inflation. even the central bank is mentioning
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inflation. is it transitory? however, as the central bank is arguing, or are we going to see something worse coming forward in the next year or 2? yeah, we have inflation all of a sudden after what, 2 decades of 0 inflation and all of a sudden we're at 4 or 56 percent depending on the, the measure use. and the interesting thing about this version of inflation is if there are a lot of cross currents, you know, there are a lot of what they call base effects where we had kind of deflation at the beginning of the panoramic. and so the year over year comparisons are exaggerated by the really low numbers back that up and but then we've got spiking industrial commodities and all kinds of weird supply chain things going on that's forcing manufacturers to pay way up for whatever they want. so it's really hard to tell how much of this continues into the future and how much is going to get fixed. for instance, right now, a lot of the, the industrial commodities out there and agriculture commodities are starting to
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correct like lumber after quadrupling in just a couple of years. and spanking the cost of building a new house is backed down by $40.00 or 50 percent. so the question is, does that, you know that the new trend will, will commodity prices start to go down and more that filter through to inflation next year? i make it lower than people expect. i have no idea. but that's all you know in a way irrelevant because does the, the macro longer term trends, all point to rising inflation out there in the sense that we're borrowing so much new money that has to be covered by creation of new currency. and that is inevitably going to make the value of all the big currencies go down, which is how most people define inflation. so that's already baked into the k, you know, whatever happens this year is less important than the longer term.


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