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the the people you can see working around me are all volunteers. he's comedy, it's of iowa to try and do whatever they come. those who seen their lives swept away by the devastating floods in germany, turn on politicians, seeing its action, they need not just words of support. i've been trying to sort out drinking water for 2 days, but it's impossible. business owners and ordinary people alike, you'll let down by the politicians hungry. so it's not for gains. q for hours, for emergency deliveries after looters left nothing to eat when the strip shelves, the recent rising. when we come up 3 days ago,
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people are panic bang and there's nothing left to coming up in the program. facebook is killing people with misinformation. that's the claim of president biden, who's blooming the social media giant for his failure to reach coven vaccine targets. also all eyes to this guys are corresponded, joins the best in the business. those pilots prepared to flex their wings at the annual max or show taking place near moscow. ah, mid day in moscow this monday. my names you no, no, no. let's get right to our top story. this is our the hard work begins must clean up. operations are underway in germany following the catastrophic floods.
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they're a huge army of volunteers, of join firefighters, police, and the military and tackling the devastation. german chancellor, anglo merkel visited some of the worst effected areas in western germany, describing the scene as surreal and terrifying on the stating the climate change must be addressed more. 180 people have lost their lives and many more are missing with intense search operations. continuing to tell you just said to be the worst of its kind in 200 years or europe corresponding peter oliver reports from germany. the people you can see working around me are all volunteers. you've come here to try and do whatever they can. one of the big problems they say that facing though, is that there's no real coordination with the emergency services, like the fire brigade, or the police, or even the military who are here in this area as well. although there's no
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shortage of people willing to help. many of those don't know if by turning appear, they're actually causing problems by parking cause in the way of stopping emergency vehicles guessing where they need to be. i think it's a heart to, in this federal system to, to coordinate some things like this. i asked the firework is where my help is needed because i drove with my brother and a friend here just to help. and they just didn't know exactly where to put the help they will like, i don't know either. and a lot of people are just like, ok, we want to have would want to do something but tend to make it worse if they're just standing in the way or the blocking the roads for the, for the, for the work is really need, like firework isn't nursery and stuff senior politicians have been pledging their support for those and the federal government will not pull it said, i hear the rumor that the military won't be there. the army will be there to help for as long as needed. i promise. and as this is good, that's the federal and state governments have announced their support for those who
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has suffered great losses. the affected communities will also be helped to repair the damage in the hour of need. our country stands together, starch. the whole of germany will help this rich needs of the community know the country will be able to take this alone, but will do everything or build whatever can be rebuilt about we can not every political leader has struck the right torn, while german president franklin died maya was offering messages of support and lush, it the man who will potentially be the next room and chancellor of the september's election within laughing and joking in the background. those to clean up the devastation say words of support. a one thing actual help is another. and they aren't seeing enough, you know, i can use it or so we have a situation that really calls for action. even this help on the spot is probably more effective than any efforts by the authorities who are wondering what's going on. i have to stress that people relying on the government feel somewhat abundant,
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but we have a lot of community support, including your people's clubs, volunteer firefighters, and groups of people who have teamed with their friends. we would definitely not be able to manage without these people here. i've been trying to sort out drinking water for 2 days, but it's impossible. it was supposed to arrive between 8 o'clock and 9 in the evening, but we only got it today. we have enough food, thanks to private donations, totes are available. we have never been so aware of how comfortably we live before business owners and ordinary people like you let down by the politicians. now with the flood waters have receded in most places in the west, tens of thousands of homes are without electricity and running water. maintaining supplies to those areas is alongside making sure that buildings and infrastructure like bridges off the cure among the top priorities for those on the ground. they demanding that politicians back up their words of support. we action peter, all of a r t west in germany. can know the story that bring you today. the white horse has
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been facing flack over the failure to reach it. covert vaccine targets. former president donald trump has claimed the piece of inoculation have fallen because people don't trust the current administration. the media or last years election result, joe biden was pointing the finger at facebook, saying disinformation on the platform is quote, killing people, broadcast the ticks up the story. when barton promised to vaccinate 70 percent of americans, by the 4th of july few could have predicted that it would be facebook that would stop him, doesn't make much sense, but that is allegedly exactly what happened according to the white house. so barton breaking his promise is facebook's fault. according to the white house, what is the platforms like the world people really? well. the only pandemic we have is that we've increased this information,
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research and tracking within the surgeon general's office. we're flagging problematic posts for facebook. the federal government is now marking posts that it deems problematic for facebook to take down. it's 5. this is for every one's good. they say one time thing to save lives. they say this is ministry of truth level of no fees. and there are literally admitted to collude and with media to control the narrative, this a censorship. this is the union of corporate and state power. one of the classic hallmarks of fascism that they people who spend 5 years babbling about fascism support, probably didn't expect facebook to put up a fight. the facebook has been playing. biden scape good game for, for much longer than biden has been president. and they're very good. the data shows that 85 percent of facebook uses in the us have been or want to be vaccinated
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against cobra. 19 these and other facts tell a very different story to the one promoted by the administration in recent days. as i said, these guys are my a screws that deflecting reflecting in dissipating blame. generally the only fax the make it into facebook press statements are those that make them look good years and years of scandals and disgrace have taught them. well, facebook would love full transparency if there was a guarantee of positive stories and outcomes. but when transparency creat uncomfortable moments, the reaction is often to shut down the transparency. as an example, the team of facebook employees recently found the conservative media on the platform has outperformed everyone out in likes and shares even off the facebook club. so what are the executives do? they disbanded the entire team, just for sharing facts, our own tools,
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helping journos to consolidate the wrong narrative. it told a story they didn't like, and frankly didn't want to admit was true. facebook men, the biden administration, they deserve each other. they're 2 wins of the same stick, move, blameless, and righteous, both eager to fence at the race ideology and debate that they don't like. the only difference is one is hell, bent and money and the other help and power. and we the ordinary people. we're just going to have to learn to live in a world where we need corporate or government approval for our opinion. at this point, facebook is already extremely sensory us and they're prohibiting any type of information that counters the narrative that they are. so intent on maintaining. now, the government itself is stepping in and sensory content. they're telling facebook what the sensor, so this is strictly prohibited by the 1st amendment. i think it's basically an
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attempt on the part of the administration to enforce a particular narrative and to exclude all others. and also it's a way of shutting down political opposition to the by administration. and you might think of facebook as an extension of the state. i don't see any possibility of them actually being regulated in any way. the only thing that will bring them down will be real competition and, and eventually like from facebook by flocks of people who had enough written so name, ping, demik, where you're full warranty to self. isolate for coming into contact with a cobra cases claimed to high profile the victims, the british prime minister, far as johnson and his chancellor. that's after the health minister tested positive
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for the virus. however, dunning st. intended to bypass the rules by taking part in a pilot daily testing program, sparking both outrage on the hasty you turn what happens when the rules apply to the prime minister? he tries to wriggle out to them and pretend he's on some pilot scheme that exempts him. i'm afraid that yes again. we see it's one rule for them and another for everybody else. 0, one rule for them with another made up because pilots came won't go down well full out will the bigger than bonded counsel i test. ah, that's pilot scheme and full deer and a chest track and tracy morrison tree. she have a special pass and not have to isolate your sincerely morrison reaches mom. ah, it took less than 3 hours for they both turned to be announced. came amid mounting
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controversy about today's lifting of almost all coded restrictions in england. title freedom day. it's being marked by must celebrations this by rising infection rates. last week, more than half a 1000000 people were forced to self isolate by a contact tracing up. now the reform parties, deputy leader a toolbar to the government, us simply failed and attempts to have a consistent coordinated policy. clearly what happened was that the government tried to get away with it by trying to use this idea that they were actually involved in a pilot scheme where they could be tested every single day. and it just seems incredibly hypocritical. but that seems to be one rule for them. one rule for the rest of us. and so what for me, this smack solve is the fact that we have a totally route to the government. the government doesn't know what it's doing. and clearly actually, i think they started coming for a couple of hours and then realize there was no way they could get away with it. and, and there's a really important point here which is that
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a government only governs with consent of the people. and i think this government is fost running out of goodwill from the people. and actually the british public have been extraordinary. they have actually kept to the rules. the vaccination levels in this country are extremely high. and i think people have, have this incredible responsibility to do the right thing, but it seems that the government feels that it is untouchable. and i sense that actually people are pretty angry. the way things are going. we've got businesses that are failing. we've got people who are struggling for their livelihood, and the government seems increasingly out of touch. it cannot go on that needs to be a change. the south african president has called for unity after the violent riots that engulfed his country. over the jailing of his predecessor, dozens of pharmacies been left. got it with everything taken, including all prescription medicine community have also face food shortages with local shops and warehouses. either run sector of burnt done. some people have
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complained about going for days without food, with volunteers now organizing emergency deliveries to the hardest hit areas are correspondent paul asleep has been talking to some of them. i'm here to small in the field in the town of black pan in south africa. everything you about to witness has been organized by volunteers from the food and medical supplies that are being brought to this. a field loaded onto these flights to the pilots who have volunteered to take these items to the south africans, desperately in need. in the province of castilian natal, probably just individuals collecting food for people who need it, just doing it collectively. there's a need for for baby products, food baby formulas. so those are the essential items that we are focusing on. i'm about to get into this phase, macau van, and it's full of goods being taken to people in south africa. ah,
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me. last week i will be very busy at the office today some other day, even the blood movies have it all down. but to be that i very with no way to be any good. so food down to natal, completing most of that but well good. well, i've been told me just
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gonna catch a lift now with 2 local students who offered to take us to the local mosque some way the food is being distributed. people have been coming here for hours and they've come from wide and for some people telling me that they've been in the sky for 23 hours and people haven't eaten for days. you see the shove, the empty after the looting, the shop allowing only a certain amount of time people are pending. banking, there's nothing left phase, no job, no money. that hadn't been no contracts, nothing. it is nothing leased. so you came for nothing and nothing is at the place . we came to nothing. when we come out 3 days ago, is this the worst ever been? was there was also that's never the violence and looting seems to be over for now. but the hunger and impact that it left in its wake is going to be felt for
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quite some time, polio, and still had the british opera hoping to re kid in over the death of a former russian spies. but isn't hitting the right notes without the deep field. ah, with me ah
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ah, i use so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. developments only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, a very critical time. time to sit down and talk the it's got drama, a former russian spies, a poisoning, and plenty of songs. the story of the death of alexander lithonian has been turned
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into an opera in london with cell i chose, the organizers are claiming they've got a hit in their hands. southgate taylor has been checking though, just to ensure the performance actually is with reality. full disclosure, i am a big profile. so when i had that a new one had passed onto the scene, i had to check it out. like all of the classics, i'm talking. i da. com and tosca. this one. take a short, sweet, and give nothing away. the me like, well the classics, it starts with a song about chemical element ah, yes, expo nancy bolton decided to have a job. but music and said, dave,
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you chose the story of alexander and young co, former at the b agent, tons and my 6 informant who was poisoned with the radioactive substance in london back in 2006. he lived 25 years, also deteriorating, with his body being eaten from the inside out. so i was very moved by that. it was then this inspiration came that they had the ingredients for an opera. these ingredients include historical inaccuracy, making claims, giving no evidence stereotype. the evil putin regime obviously, and fond gardening over a man who probably did some pretty bad things in his time, but that was mean about pollution, so automatically became a free to fight and obviously a hero. in short, all the ingredients found in the traditional anti rush, the dish that so many like pasty in the west and made all the more appetizing food . bolton cells it. as fact, i hope i've written something that might have longevity and keep the story alive in the long run. that's one of the things opera can do. one element that didn't make
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the cops, the truth. take the opera is audibly most morbid moment. the reenactment complete with gun toting stick terrorists walking amidst the audience of the duke ross got there to siege and moscow. so back in 2002 on catch you. medicines took 900 theatre, go as hostage security forces 8 us to the building and they killed the terrorist, bought by gun 130 hostages, had already died. but if the universe, lastly, known truth in russia and abroad, but bolton's money guy, and he knows what cells inexpensive are 2002, and that's hostage taken moscow's de brasco theatre estate by the f as b to spread anti church. and failing a cynical politicization of the deadliest attack, the capitals ever seen. also living in cuz matter is presented, case closed as a putin hit job. obviously, even though a british inquiry itself only use the what,
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probably not the version of tourism a highly likely, you know, points the thing without talking about the proofs imagined then how devastating it must have been for bolton. when the reviews for his opera came in and well, they want in fact the 5 star, all of which might suggest that this is an offer, a full of so many shocks, terrors and malign miss these, that you leave the theater shaking with fear and righteous indignation so it might have been if for instance, just the code which had been available to compose it. sadly, bolton is no source to code which poor thing and already gave it all. he rated that cliche bank. russians of the bunch of stumbling drunk side and mentioned them, but they all there in the boot. and the kid up silenced opposition and rewriting of history, highly likely, and even a bad le leica, it should have been didn't the easiest spell of his career. but you know, police are thrown in a matching bad. well,
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for good measure. the police have used water, kellen on tier gas to break up anti government demonstrations in the tie capital around $1500.00 protesters have gathered with some fluid rocks on the security forces. under the fluid over the authorities handling of the pandemic with a number of daily cobit cases, deaths in the country reaching all time highs. large wildfires continue to burn through tinder dry forests. busy in the u. s. state of oregon, the blades has already destroyed more than 400 square miles of woods. that is roughly the size of los angeles. more than 50 buildings, including homes, being burnt to the grounds around 2000 firefighters, are trying to bring the situation under control. 7 months after the u. s. election. there still wrangling over the results are result less senate
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republicans recently hard contractors to prove whether the vote count was firm. but the company charged with investigating is asking for much longer than the initially proposed 60 day deadline. the protracted story has led to comparisons being made with hillary clinton's attempts to denigrate donald trump's victory in 2016 are tease eager to sit down off being taken a closer look. be gracious in defeat. a very basic rule of good sportsmanship, but it's one that no longer applies to the race to the white house. i want to provide an update on our ongoing efforts to expose the tremendous voter fraud and irregularities which took place during the ridiculously long november 3rd elections . i am determined to protect our election system, which is now under coordinated assault and see if we are right about the fraud. joe biden can't be president. oh, damn you,
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democrats and your voting heist months on from the election. and some trump support is still can't accept. he lost very much like hillary clinton and her campaign couldn't back in 2016, dishing out millions on yes, a vote recount. he refused to say he would respect the outcome of the election. i believe he knows he's an illegitimate president. he knows. i remember i did win more than 3000000 votes than my opponent. this recount business didn't help the democrats overturn from victory 3 years ago, and it isn't helping the republicans now. there are still stuck in the bargaining stage of grief, claiming to have discovered more than 75000 male and ballots in arizona, which were never sent. they haven't released in a number yet, if you will. however, we do know that those numbers do not match with miracle county at this point to do this or did they hide?
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cyber ninja is. yeah, that's the actual name of the contract. the firm, which by the way, has no expertise in elections. these auditors well named jews, ended up scrutinizing ballads for bamboo fibers on the assumption that fake ones had been sent from south korea all pretty desperate. and it's not just in arizona. it now appears that actually was meaningful voter fraud in fulton county, georgia last november. that is not a conspiracy theory. it's true and there's another e re parallel in how the loses took it in 2016 and last year, showing that even arch enemies are alike. i've been telling candidates who have come to see me. you can run the best campaign. you can even become the nominee. and you can have the election stolen from you if you count the legal votes by easily when. if you count the illegal votes,
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they can try to steal the election from us. the democrats, really enjoying, of course, looking down from their high horse. now at the in denial trumpet. it's as if they've never spent 4 years trying to find dead on from supposed ties with russia. never flushed tens of millions of dollars down that drain. never attempted to impeach trump twice. none of which undid their defeat, and got rid of trump. if only america could have 2 presidents it's the annual showcase of everything you're real. the mac or a show is about to kick off just outside moscow. it will see the skies filled with planes being put through their paces, including those from the russian 1st flight to earth club, r t julius chump of all of a hitch that ride with them. the
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launch of the my 21 to one international s face and all preparations are in full swing here in the region. members of the slide alabassic team are practicing best south right before the show and we are lucky enough to be part of the hassle. so this is my 1st life would be 5 life. our 6 team i flight has existed for 12 years. and during this time, dad become multiple well champions in both groups. and so by 6, the guys train in this port 5254, playing with paste and engines. and the team also has a unique support to says he want in the arsenal. immediately after the marks asian
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sho, zacharon will travel to poland to participate in the world championship. it's better not to look down the pilot instructor irina marketplace policy, blaine to have been involved in asians for for over 35 years. why do you think so many people suffer from ara fabian? why are many people so afraid to fly? hard to say it's absolutely no typical for me. so i just feel sorry for those people who do not understand what kind of happiness they are depriving themselves of democratization in space alone, defense slide group will present its most varied program would be participation of 6 aircraft. the well coordinated flight of the team during the performance is the most doesn't go pilot must speak the same language. therefore these days trading is
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very intensive. won't cut us off. i know the key to a good flight is sleep, food, and rest. it's necessary to sleep, at least a 1000000 hours. you need to be hungry. they say the key to successful performance is facing yourself, your teammates and the accuracy of the calculations. therefore, before each flight, all the formations are practiced on the ground level. flight program always starts round training. this is particularly important for groups like because the planes are very close in the air next to each other. according to the pilots, the monks, aerospace alone and the perfect platform to meet every 2 years, communicate and show you as well as to show what they have learned and upload bench humans of others. you lash oliver c. yeah, thrilling week ahead at mux 2021 more great program to get their started moments here in our tea discover what's being served up where you are today after.


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