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join me every thursday on the alex salmon show and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politics sport, business. i'm show business. i'll see you then in the co restrictions and mandatory policies. bog, furious rallies, freedom around the world. while medics argues that while one person's liberty begins another ends, you have to balance personal choice with what's good for the most people at the end of the day. life is a balance of race. you can't wrap people up in costing well for ever. united states won't be investigating new york state is handling a cobit nursing homes, despite accusations of deliberately under counting the deaths in january. we hear from grieving families. does the us led coalition pulls out of afghanistan,
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interpreters who worked for the foreign troops, say they still feel persecution from the ever advancing taliban after reporter availed. one translator was beheaded a complete for you know, purpose and the person in the rooms are it's or it isn't and prove somebody point ah hello good to have you with us monday afternoon at 3 here in moscow. my name is colleen bray. welcome to you will be from archie international. those for you? then thousands have been rallying worldwide against government imposed coven restrictions. but while people charm slogans the greater freedom, many countries are grappling with relatively high daily infection rates. as the delta straight takes hold. the
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more than a 160000 protest as turn out in france over the weekend, the highest number in europe. president mcdonald is now calling on people to think of the welfare of others and be ready to sacrifice some personal liberties you had . let me see. oh, couldn't the best didn't exist? no freedom exists without duty. the freedom where i have nothing to anyone does not exist. it's a fiction ally. people tell themselves my freedom only ends where the freedom of the other begins. but above all has based on a sense of reciprocal duty, because what is your freedom worth? if you say to me, i don't want to be vaccinated. but if tomorrow you inspect your father, he's up against it to francis,
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registering an average 20000 new cases every day. and so called health path is now mandatory that the venue is holding more than 50 people across the channel in the u . k. despite the spread of virus slowing down for the moment, the figures are still high is that to running it about 30000 cases a day there. and while most restrictions have been lifted in england, whereas over that effect, while that's going to have an effect on in their statistics, some still don't feel that freedom is being respected. looking at that next is our senior correspondent, mariah garcia. it would be impossible to sum up what these protests were about. in britain, in france, italy, greece, strangely. people from all walks of life through quotient to the wind in a bid to be heard, to cry out. and the one thing that they all wanted is to say were todd todd and angry the
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the, the one 1st thought may be that the season very small stage you got mass protest in the middle of a pandemic was while the delta variant so much more contagious is making the rounds and that is what her st need is for example,
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latched onto cooling protestors. morons in relation to yesterday's pro chase. i cannot say how absolutely disgusted i was. it broke my heart, millions and millions of people across after doing the right thing. and it just broke my heart, the people had such a disregard that they feel i citizens. what we saw today in sidney is unfortunately something that we've seen in cities that we all shake our heads that it's quite clear that you know, sidney isn't immune for morons as well. except of course, it isn't that simple. people are weary. they are fatigued by this pandemic. the bad news, the, the locked down, the oscillation all over the world. in that respect, we're all the same. people yearn for freedom and equality, osha and we are not against vaccines as they claim. and this is not an explanation movement. these i think in people who want freedom, she has after them. i believe that this is an attack on fundamental freedoms. in
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france, there is a law saying medical procedures cannot be forced wives and facts. nation is being imposed on us one way or another. the people behind the health possible behaving like nazis. we are forced to get vaccinated. this is close up. we no longer have freedom of choice. as we mr. bay the gulf, which in my opinion is to run a cold with an absolute, legitimate public here in taishan morphs, into anger, even rage and even lunacy trial. and not i go too far way too far. they never consider the other side of the argument, the millions and millions that it being killed, killed by this virus. that is indisputable. and leaders have one overarching goal to prevent millions more from sharing the same fate. and they have decided the
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personal freedoms over which you are a p and for was that those freedoms can be suspended. ramon to come from the world is facing a 4th wave. we must act. and at the same time we know the key to this problem. it's not new to the contagious of this delta variance is forcing us to do more than we must functioning route. the bitter truth is that there is no miracle solution, no one that will make everyone happy. no matter how many protest people stage, or no matter how many look downs, governments implement the very best we can hope for all civility and perseverance. which will probably require protest this to refrain from trying to hang doctors and officials to cease from cooling. moved is more options or we discussed with medical experts, the balance between people, freedom and the necessity to contain the potentially deadly virus. people are
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absolutely furious. the proceeds are being turned into dictatorships. i think it's really important the government in the west realize that govern with the mandate of the people and i think keep changing the go. i keep telling people that they cannot have their liberty and they no longer have mandate will. of course, they are some restrictions of freedom. we all live together in a society and we give up some personal freedoms in order to live together in harmony. not being vaccinated. i think is like driving on the red light because you put not just yourself in danger, but you put other people around you in danger because this is a virus. that is of course, contagious. there will always be new strengths of ours. the whole point of the vaccination role was to ensure that we protected the elderly and the founder of what people are concerned about is that they have no choice in this. and the end of the day, it's your body,
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and what you put into your body should be up to you. personal choice is always the best way. people make the right choice. but we're talking about a contagious virus and you're, that is killing people. and so you have to balance personal choice with what's good for the most people at the end of the day. life is a balance of risk. you can't rack people off in costing will fall. and at some point we have to say, i think right, the actually we have on last week and a huge number of population. we already even had immunity. i'm afraid i agree with the protest this i never thought in the united kingdom in how's the war you pay, we be off to show papers to go to the cinema, to get to the states and to go to the football. go to the rock. me. i mean, i think it's absolutely outrageous now, only that we haven't fascinated enough people all we have will. of course, the people who are protesting they don't like to wear the they don't wish to bank's
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name, and therefore they don't like the passports either. so they would just like to ignore the coding and what it is doing to people around the world, making them sick and causing many people to die. now i have a major problem with that because i don't think that's about liberty. i don't think it's about personal choice and it's not about freedom. so i'm totally in the positive. but i'm all in favor of people being fascinated us justice department will not be investigating. new york handling is covered in the state. nursing homes announcement came in a letter to republican lawmakers and it is outraged victims, families, cowards, you cowards. you believe in the money you follow the money trail, your coward. how can you just and there is no apology. i mean to sit there and watch. cuomo how his tone change? you know, he seems so sympathetic now because he thought he's free. i'll tell you about the
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lie. the lights have been going on for years. my mother's been tripping and falling in that nursing home for years. my mom, they said she had arthritis, but she kept bawling. so they blamed pain on her shoulder on not right as and it was not arthritis she had at this located shoulder and years earlier. she fell in the nursing home and she broke her hip. they had to do a hip replacement. this is what i mean by the live lives are always there almost thing that he wants to help and not letting the, the live to. we've been lied to. and we're going to be continue to live too, because just that's the way that's the way in your function. we have no rights. i feel like i have no rights. i feel like all those $15000.00 plus, they're gone. they're not coming back to we. we for diligently and we have no answers, we still have no answers, we still continue to fight and we're just heartbroken. and how can the, where's the justice for us, where's the justice for our family? it's nowhere, it's nowhere. we will continue to fight on new york. i'm not 100 club mos accuse of
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hiding the number of corona virus related deaths in nursing homes to make the state look more successful in its handling at the pandemic. critics. those say some facilities were forced to take back recovering cobit patients from hospitals, even if they may have been contagious, but look at the numbers in january when it was 1st revealed 8 and a half 1000, but just a month later, the true figure is nearly double that amount, so the justice department's decision now to not started prob, has drawn outcry from republicans. well, they claim it's the biden administration. it's letting democratic governors off the hook. the republicans accusing joe biden of being complicit in the scandal, adding that new yorkers deserve answers on accountability. the governor did eventually confirmed the discrepancy, but he stopped short of issuing an apology, saying instead the lessons had been then behold, key years 3328 died in the hospital, died in a nursing home. they died. i'm the assistant director of
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a group of over 5000 family members that lost their parent or loved one, just like i lost my dad in a long term care facility because of cobit governors, knowingly put a disease that was the most jed lead to senior citizens and with senior citizens, they math dated it and we had no idea this was going on. this was done secretly, and they knowingly killed senior citizens. if this isn't a violation of civil rights, i don't know what is a violation of civil rights fighting? called governor cuomo, the handling of depend on the gold standard. and i called the bite in administration, the gold standard of corruption. there was no excuse for this. and we want to find out why this investigation was stopped. it looks like a case of democrats covering for other democrats. they don't want to open the pandora's box of what could be underneath the surface. they know that that crimes
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were committed here around the world. now more bad weather for china, the city of shanghai has been lashed by strong winds and heavy rainfall is typhoon info makes flights and trains a cancelled in the east and chinese metropolis. public attractions of been shut down to and residents have been warned to avoid outdoor activities. other parts of the country are also still clearing up falling earlier flooding. parts of europe have had a battering as well. clean up operations underway right now in belgium. after severe flooding hit the south of the country rescue teams and volunteers were seen sweeping and pumping water out of the streets. in some areas, roads were torn up and calls swept away by the deluge. in the meantime, the opposite kind of extreme weather is causing another natural disaster. the worst route in 40 years is hitting california fires or destroying homes and vehicles in the northern part of that state. wildfires of also intensified and ravaged areas across the west coast were almost $200000.00 acres have been lost to the flames so far. what's more experts affair that the $22115.00 season in the united states
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could be one of the worst in the country's history. many blame they come in spite of free weather and natural disasters on climate change and on the threshold of german elections. the greens and the social democrats are now claiming high speeds on the countries motor ways cause increased carbon dioxide emissions, which in turn polluting the environment. but the rolling conservatives that up by it, they see the auto bonds on not a problem say, it's all just political off that we want to speed limits of 130 kilometers per hour for the auto bond. and that maximum of 120 kilometers per hour if necessary for sections passing through cities and the surrounding communities. we will introduce a speed limit of 130 kilometers per hour for the federal autobahn. this measure will protect the environment and considerably decrease the number of accidents. the argument for general speed limits isabel, it's going from it's a war for some, even a fetish. corresponding to peter, all of a hit,
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the road to find out more about germany is troubled relationships with it's auto bonds. it's one of the things germany is most thing for. but the days of there being nosy limits on the countries out on may be numbered. german auto aficionados and not convinced by the plans and see motorists is coming in for unfair flack. out of steam in our opinion, call dr. is excessively the focus of attention was shown of carbon dioxide emissions. and total road traffic is at most 20 percent of all emissions, industry energy supply, an agriculture together responsible for 80 percent of emissions. and as an automobile club, we have the impression that car drive is very much in the focus without the burdens being reasonably distributed among the other sectors of climate change have been at the forefront of people's minds following tragic floating in both western europe and china. the men of the city of to begin in the south, west of germany has
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a controversial plan to get people to ditch their calls in favor of public transport. how much are you willing to pay for parking? the plan in to begin is that if you own a larger, more polluting vehicle like an s u v, you could be charged $10.00 times all over 10 times as much as anybody with a small vehicle as it stands at the moment a yearly residents parking permit. cost you around $30.00 euro under the new scheme, while that cost could rise to as much as $360.00 euro. for those big cars. i asked people in berlin if they would support a move like face. i will think it's kind of a price people that own cars have no pay more for them. so they asked me more money and maybe they wouldn't hurt him to pay for the extra space they take away from the city. i think there should be and balance for those who are driving big cars
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because they're polluting the air and just not good for the and such. i think that this would just harden the front and fire the conflict between those who are wanting to drive. because then those who don't public opinion in favor of a speed limit in germany is as high as it has been for 30 years. according to a poll by europe's largest motoring association, half of those polled said, is the time for change. turning, pulling into policy may well turn out to be quite a difficult thing to do. germany fee limit for the motor ways are sacrosanct to some, including those very close to the ruling. conservative party, south pole, and the alco bon, remain very dear to many german half feature, all of them off the girl in the united states is to continue to bomb afghanistan, despite pledging to withdraw from the country. by september, the 11th this year,
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a top general says the strikes will deter the taliban from further advancing on africa and government positions. the united states has increased air strikes in the support of afghan forces over the last several days and were prepared to continue this high level support in the coming weeks. if the taliban continue their attacks . it's a matter of massive offensive by the taliban, which now claims to control 85 percent of the country. the conflicts not only claimed the lives of military but also civilians. the un says more than a 100000 afghans of fallen victim to the war. since 2009, it's also led to an ever increasing refugee crisis. but former pentagon senior security analysts, michael maloof, believes the strikes will have a little effect in combating the taliban. well, i think it's a little too little to leave. the tele bomb was, has really been on the move and you have, you have a lot of african forces that have already deserted they, in fact they've gone into other countries. and this, this kind of support, i think,
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is a last ditch effort to try and support what's left to the cabal government. if you recall, the defense secretary initially announced that there would be no such air support for afghan forces. now that's been reversed after they saw the lightning speed in which the taliban has taken over. and they're just, they're just moving, moving, and they're, and they're going into strategic areas that they know that they can take very, very rapidly, particularly district capitals, biden from the very, very start, had advocated removing troops altogether from afghanistan. and, and if you recall, he was also the vice president. it under obama went, obama moved all troops out of out of iraq, and we only had to go back in again. and so this is just history repeating itself.
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and it probably will become worse because it's the bombing will probably hit limited areas, but i don't think it's going to be effective against widespread infiltration that the telephone has now made and the inroads that they have made into the districts and the provincial capitals and reports in our avail that he may, the advancing taliban beheaded africa and translator. he was one of thousands of local interpreters who now be a persecution by the militants. we spoke to one translator whose identity we've disguised for his safety. for conservative countries where people live in and type community, they have been in touch with their information was made by their relatives. regardless of where you move, you cannot forget all your relatives, save us your information down. the community for us is the information down because we're working for the video americans will seen as a betrayal off the country at
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a time. so you can certainly change your phone number, but that's not going to help. moving houses will not help you because people know each other. it's a country with, you know, every single person in the street where you live. so it's quite easy to trace somebody and find them and it's quite easy. you would form the relative student's home. the more square they go to you, you throw a night later that their home. so quite different ways with these except us have been threatened. washington's now launched operation allies, refuge to help support the relocation of africa, nationals who worked for the us. the 1st batch will include $700.00 translators together with their families. but the question remains, how much will the program, how those afghans in danger? of the 2 interpreters we spoke to seem to have opposing views on the west helping hand. nowadays,
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we hear. ready the you as well are located public who have worked for the u. s. a. we all hope before we are killed, we will be equated and we are very good, full and very minute for the rebel german chancellor who has promised to relocate as soon as possible. the school room is only for the all those local employed, civilian so worked for the american forces. it doesn't include mental countries, particularly one of the countries her, the united kingdom, australia to provide safety to their own local employer, civilians. different who carry out their duty of care towards stairs early since the west has not only abandon the african civilians who have worked
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with them, they have abandoned their fort most the african nation. the nation cited the western countries in this war against terrorism. today, the western empress, literally the bigger countries, like the united states, u. k. germany, france, have run away and left the commission alone to face the terrorism as political upheaval and unrest into new jersey or after the president find the prime minister in suspended parliament over the handling of the coven bandit mac protest shouted slogans. calling for early elections and police resorted to tear gas to disperse demonstrators. he threw projectiles. several arrests were made. the president also lifted the immunity of all em pays and promised to make a new prime minister in the coming hours. on the light to notice certain cartoon peg from the u. k has been causing trouble across the pon
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. american parents have been shocked to find that kids using british expressions and even speaking in english accent of their children, binge watch peppa pig during lockdown. the scene. you like watching not to pick has you told me i started calling you mommy all going to go to the lou instead of the bathroom. you might ask why? well that's thanks to peppa pig kids across the states have apparently started speaking with a british accent after binge watching the program during lockdown. who would have thought that this little preschool picky could be set influential? my daughter has what i would call the peppa pig, british accent. how? i think my 5
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year old niece in new york city had an american accent before the pandemic. now she has a passion, english accent of to spend and a year at home watching peppa, pig. oh, yes. my daughter commonly uses words and phrases like sent nath petrol. can i have a go a tetra? and for a christmas, i had to put out a freaking mince pie for, for the christmas, or is we call him here in the states. santa american kids watch so much peppa pig during a pandemic, that they developed british accents and started regularly using british words like holiday instead of vacation. confusing their parents or whatever. next going to be . your child wakes up and makes a nice cup of tea in the morning for now. the pepper effect is just dominating young voices with kids. adopting unusual to america vocabulary and a british accent. and this takes claim to fame is and she's a 2nd moses amman cartoon. and us household just fine. spongebob wrap. we just parents struggling to keep up us politicians seem to think that this piggy pandemic
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is another british takeover we thought was. so this wouldn't happen. oh, i remember the great battle over the british tongue the same, don't everyone things. so that's a key event in the history books. we find wars over english accents. i'll never forget the battle over the que versus line controversy that turned into a world war when the color versus color atrocities were exposed. so kids wouldn't learn british pronunciations. i'm pretty sure the revolutionary war was about something slightly more than that. so it was so bad a thing you'll please and thank you. i think it's rather lovely, but i would, i wouldn't time being in the homeland of peppa pig divided by a common language. then that's it from the reason for now i'm calling for moscow, but we the next day sitting around 2033 minutes time hope to see you then ah
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thing. we dare to ask me ah ah, the news i'm actually can see, and you're watching a special episode of going underground, looking at privacy war colonialism in pandemic through the lens of the world's largest democracy. india is allegations of spying on political opponents rocker the moody government, after the so called pegasus leeks. i'm joined now by one of india's most famous politicians and intellectuals, former under secretary general of the un shuffling through which is discuss what
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the accusations against israeli spyware firm and assuming for indian global democracy. thank you so much for coming back on before we get to the spying allegations. how are you? i understand that you're recovering from co video in the hospital for a short time. i mean a you okay. i know that the per capita rate is much worse here. in britain than in india. that's right. no, it wasn't pleasant. i had what they call a long code and there was a complication of something called it induce vitamin bio cars, which gave me a wrong key outrage. sort of it would go down to 30, some wanting chewed up $220.00 under a couple of hours later. so that was the reason. yeah, it was the challenge, but apparently it's not known and cases of covalent after a while into the x itself, which it seems to be.


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