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id ology, over competent virtue over reason and democracy is only a good idea if and when it's sort of a lead interest. then there's the issue of competence, competence used to be rewarded. now incompetent is overlooked when serving ideology ah, this ours headline stories from cancels and embassy celebration in washington in protest against the new us security part with the u. k. l stream yet resulted in the loss of a lucrative submarine part. we get reaction on the streets of the french capital. this is not the 1st time that united states has taken contrast from last year. very good at that. they do not respect anyone across from themselves. they act like masters of the world. they shouldn't have done that because i think it fronted on the same. they would have complained giving the game away while washington insists
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the new pacific security alliance focus is not aimed at any will. the secretary of defense makes the true target abundance. we spoke in detail about china as the stabilizing activities in beijing efforts to the course and intimidate other countries. this agreement, this relationship does not name that anything or anyone. instagram permanently blocks r t investigative media project, read fish, or a similar move by facebook. earlier in the year, we look up an alarming level of control being wielded by social media joint brushes. parliamentary elections underway with pulling stations. now open all across a promotion will bring you the full breakdown later this hour on throughout the 3 days of voting, interest, special coverage. the
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who's just after 5 am in lima, 8 pm and sydney on one in the afternoon here in moscow. welcome to the news, our, an rti. i'm you know me. a diplomatic flash point is developing between france and the united states party has scrubbed an embassy galleria to celebrate the country's historical alliance in protest against america's new security pack, signed with a st. the u. k. which french officials have dubbed a stop in the back the u. s. secretary of state and sis though all as well. france in particular is a vital partner on this and so many other issues stretching back generations. and we want to find every opportunity to deepen our trans atlantic cooperation in the pacific and around the world. despite anthony blinking assurances,
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many french citizens are unconvinced. we gauged opinion in the capital. missy bought up from your phone please. this is not the 1st time that united states has taken contracts from us. they are very good at that. we do not respect anyone apart from themselves. they act like masters of the world. they shouldn't have done that because i think it fronted on the same. they would have complained they wouldn't have liked we'll see if the current president is better than the last one. it represents a lot of money, a lot of jobs, but it would be better if these jobs were for making other things. it's a little dishonest, i suppose. and the other hand there were closes which allowed them to break the contract before they started making the submarines. no, it's never good for a person to see that a contract has been broken. it's happened to me personally. they're always paragraph included, but it must be justified. you have to have a good reason if i understand it correctly, the united states is a competitor. so of course, it's not a good thing. there should have been talks between the french and the americans. a
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recap of what happened on wedding to say a street near the u. k. am the u. s. signed a pacific security pack called orchestra scenic, country china. it involves cooperation and artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and nuclear defense. while it's truly will acquire a nuclear power at submarine fleet with american unpredicted technology. china, which is the dominant power in the indoor pacific region house, condemns a deal of cold war mentality. neither washington or london have explicitly lengthened. you deal to the suppose that threat from beijing, but remarks from the us defense secretary, left little room for died. we spoke in detail about china's d stabilizing activities and beijing efforts to course and intimidate other countries. this agreement, this relationship does not aim that anything or anyone. while china and france are
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angered by the new pact, others are asking what this could mean for nato elliot. pet ranko sums up the latest reactions when donald trump left office and joe biden took charge. it could have been a side relief for some of washington's allies just when europe was starting to think that the future would be more predictable under the new president. this happens. i'm very angry today and bitter. this is not something allies do to each other. the world is a jungle. france has just been reminded this bitter truth by the way, the u. s. and the u. k. of stub to in the back in australia. phil v e readers are still really over what the biden and ministration did in ghana, stan, and now paris has been stunned by washington's announcement of a new partnership with australia and the u. k. called all because, but haven't the u. s. the u. k. and all these been close allied for ages. what's
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the problem? well, thanks to august, australia will now be hooked up with us technology to build nuclear submarines while france waves goodbye to its own multi $1000000000.00 contract to build 12 diesel subs for a camera. now, for some damage control by senior american officials, after that deal was to repeat ode. there are a range of partnerships that include the french and some partnerships that don't. and they have partnerships with other countries that don't include us. that is part of how global diplomacy works are such words enough to calm the fury in paris, which is even called of a gala, at the french embassy in washington to celebrate historic ties with the u. s. good question. anyway, the french government has shown they're not willing to just swallow that bitter pill. plus there's solidarity with paris from b, e. u on the matter. you know, because you do believe it is a good opportunity to recall to reflect on the need to raise the issue of european
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strategic autonomy. it is a new proof of the need to exist on our own when the grazing of august. busy was announced, none of the leaders of the u. s. u. k. or the trio mentioned china even once. but make no mistake. the masterminds of the new pack must have had keeping beijing at bay on their mind, their falling no one. just look at how the article on on because on the b, b, c, is titled find his reaction to the new partnership. didn't take long, critical and outright countries should not build, exclusionary blogs targeting or harming the interest of 3rd parties. in particular, they should shake up there. cole were mentality and ideological prejudice. and the new published ed strategy for cooperation in the, in the pacific. clearly stating the intention not to worse in relations with china, contradicting the apparent intentions of august, the e. you will also pursue its multifaceted engagement with china,
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engaging bilaterally to promote solutions to common challenges when it comes to neighboring countries. new zealand doesn't want australian nuclear subs anywhere near its waters. stria has today voluntarily and secretly entered into a nuclear by defense the military pac with to nuclear weapons site. is that an it guy parade, tional stability and for placing corporation in the world? there are a wide range and concern indonesia, the pacific new zealand. many other players are looking in a, the disbelief or anger or at least concerned about a position to not having gone through all that. let me just show you part of how the australian prime minister introduced barcus. we must now take our partnership to a new level, a partnership, the 6 to engage not to exclude, to contribute, not tight, and to enable and empower not to control or coerce. well,
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good luck with hen gauging and not excluding something tells me that this new partnership, though, has already stepped on toes and undermined international ties. and just staying with the story we heard from valley them or former vice president of the organization for security and cooperation in europe. and long at time finished i member. he thinks the office pack raises the prospect of a conflict with china. we live in absolute corporation with how i bought and i and china and that on it is complicated because we just globally and our allies the united states. so if you want to feel confident they can and even conflict with the china and know what's going on and how do i know the 2 of the know the
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call. and i'll make that clear that even the angle we had been split and then find out what is the leaving behind us. so good looking dining door policy which had been the 967. so many, many to be late in, you know, going into the wrong direction. they're going to kind of update, they're going to be and they might be going to law as the food and include not only is the you will be union, but try and in japan, colleena and,
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and all i think is what is the basics for global ortiz investigative media project, read fish, has had a current on instagram deleted by the platform. it follows a similar move by facebook. back in april, before its page was block, read fish had a run 400000 followers. it had been facing increased pressure in recent times. such as its content being labeled, russell control media. red fish contacted both. instagram, i'm the sites owner, facebook seeking explanation for the your instagram account got deleted either because you violated one or more of instagram's community guidelines. or because of a mistake. once in instagram account is deleted, you can't restore it for us. the major problem here is that companies like facebook and instagram, they have more power than any cooperation before them,
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or any government before them has over the media. but the less accountable and less transparent than ever before. and we've tried over and over again. so reach out to somebody at facebook and instagram and to for them to explain why this is happening or to challenge the decision. but we constantly faced brick walls. in fact, the latest response that we've had about the instagram is instagram ben is the most chilling. they explicitly say that the decision was made by the higher ups, by the so called internal team. and that they can't disclose to us why. the reasons why this decision was made because of it would to do so would violate the security and privacy policy, which really just leaves us with the question. why are they being so secretive? if it, why, why can't they explain why they've reached this decision? if the reason political, it shouldn't be that difficult as he fealand will a number of guess we spoke to feel it's worrying how much control social media
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giants currently wheeled. you need to say to people, look, if we're going to take something off the platform, here's the reason you've done that. these companies also dominance. now you cannot exist as a modern company as a molten individual, as a model called mental institution without access to facebook, without access to instagram. and so when these companies take away the free speech of people, actually they are hugely damaging. it's not true to say if facebook take you down, you can move somewhere else. no, you can't. this is censorship. and they're going to take the, the, the position that these are private companies. so you know, they can do what they want. they don't have to justify or give an explanation of why they take a whole established channels down in the case of red fish. this could sort of censorship, i think, is geopolitical because it's affiliated with, with russia,
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with r t tangentially any way. then it becomes a problem and so the censorship takes on a whole new kind of weight. geopolitical weight on storm clouds are gathering over another big tech company, twitter. it all stems from a post by rougher nicky minute to her 22000000 followers in which she claimed her cousin's friend in trinidad suffered a highly unpleasant side effect from a covert vaccine. here's the take of our teeth, poly polco. one of america's most successful reporting, nicky, min and britain talk doctor flash, pandemic oracle. professor chris with the 2 people you never expected to utter in the same sentence. it all started with the men gall earlier this week that had to be vaccinated. mickey didn't go to the man gall and said that it was because he didn't want to leave her baby. but she also tweeted saying that she wouldn't get
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back jack to attend the medical lab and then if she was going to get back, it would only be off the she's done enough research in after which she received it this week in great detail about a friend of a cousin of hud in trinidad not tweeted to had 22000000 followers. his test scores became swollen. his friend was weeks away from getting married. now the girl called off the wedding. so just pray on it and make sure you're comfortable with your decision. not bullard, the story for and marianne of mean and nicky cousins, friend is definitely going to become some sort of pop culture icon and into this very dull and dreary, but obviously very important. corona virus press conference, one of the journalists that professor chris, we see why he thinks of human story. predictably the scientists gave it a proper sat down. and many of those people regard,
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i think know that they are peddling untruths. in my view, they should be ashamed. and then he k prime minister or johnston, also commented on the story. and as if this story couldn't get any way to him and then responded to bar johnson with this bizarre recording of imitating a british accent. not too bad actually. yes. hello, prime minister, boring. it's nick human knowledge. i went to school with margaret. that shot. i'm not. big star is in the united states. just to be clare. aussie does not endorse me. he's cousins, friends. tactical, very my, i'm the thing about high school with my get that check. that's definitely great news. i'm getting back to they did is great do it. i think i thought that was the end of the story, but i'm here to update to the government of trinidad. tobago has issued an official
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statement denying that nicki's cousin friend balls was swollen because of the vaccine now that the ball gate has reached such truly epic proportions. the conclusion of this saga is something that only and a bill made couldn't, couldn't call nick, even though i had posted on her instagram this time that twitter restricted her ability to tweet that uses of the conservative pundits really flowing point she's making are worth reiterating. you can't allow people to force you to take drugs that you don't want for that you don't need. the only thing is that we have denied restricting nick human knowledge, is that somehow she has managed to make a false claim about being in trouble for making a phone crying. wow, holly boys. oh, major news outlets were quick to notice that minot just tweet wasn't taken and
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given fears, it could make some of the rappers followers think twice about getting facts and apparently radio host journalist junk gone things. fish, a clear political pattern in who twitter the science, the center tricia have a gigi. she, they hide, they say all were technical platform, were not a publisher. the moment they threw dani trim trump off twitter for what he tweeted . they became, in my opinion, a publisher just like a tv company, just like a newspaper. and therefore they should be responsible for what he's published on their platform. but these big companies don't want the hiding behind if your opinion fits in to their so to california and view of the world liberal view of the world, except if it doesn't, if it goes against what they think the world should be like,
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then they'll send you the best example is donald trump, if he had some tweets that were wrong, of course they should be taken down. but to actually take away his whole account, i said democratically elected leader. that is twitter. overstep and the mark in my personal opinion, i'm twitter because they control the public square, the public space. now, i don't know how they got themselves into this position, but they have, they have this inordinate power. and if they can get rid of the democratically elected president of the united states will come to get rid of this will rob singer and her dangerous trash. talk voting is now in full swing across russia in the parliamentary election for the 1st time. it's a 3 day process running until sunday. the well,
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here's how the election will work. 450 m p 's from 225 electoral districts will be chosen to the state to the for a 5 year term for elected by majority voting and based on one m. p per constituency . the remaining $225.00 are made up by parties which have more than 5 percent representation in parliament. well, throughout the week, we've been examining the 14 parties and what they've done for years. the snapshot again of a few of them. let's begin with united russia, which is the de facto ruling party of the country. it's also the largest, it's german is the former president prime minister dmitri made the party support the program with the current president and among its goal to strengthening russia's sovereignty. its economic agenda include support for domestic industry with an emphasis on high tech sectors,
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while another contender in this election is the liberal pro business blocker party, which means it's been around for almost 3 decades, but it's popular, etc. has waned over the years. yep. look is best result was in 1999 when it took almost 6 percent of the folk. now they haven't won any seats in parliament since 2003 r t new harvey know it takes a broader look at how the voting process operates. the efforts to keep it transport voting, as we said, is held over 3 days. it's extended on previous versions going from friday through to sunday. and that means that for us, as far as things are already begun earlier on thursday, the rest of central, the election commission opened up a video will. this will broadcast the entire election process. clearly, this is about transparency. the commission says there are more than 100000 cameras, upholding station. this is so that people can know how the elections are being carried out. the transmission is available to all the participating parties,
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the public to can watch the broadcasting and $86.00 special election centers. across russia, but even before any ballots have been cast, moscow was already furious about alleged foreign interference, and it's handed over evidence said to prove just that to the state department in washington, but he's christiana, that it was transfer. the russian side has concrete evidence of violations of russian law by the u. s. internet platforms in the context of preparing and conducting the duma elections. it was stated that interference in the internal affairs of our country was categorically inadmissible. we had also pass that relevant information through our embassy in washington to the department of state. now this comes as google and apple earlier invited to attend a special security session of russia's parliamentary commission to explain that position. the head of the commission said that evidence of meddling in russia is the 1st mind. both those companies has been presented to the us ambassador to moscow. nowadays, after the tech john failed to remove voting related content and apps made by
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organizations that russia considers extremists. the ease also been accused of trying to exert influence over the vote after the blog post the motion allowing it to potentially not recognize the results of the election as they are quote, seen as fraudulent. more than 100 members though, voted against may even some of them are plenty to say about it. this isn't a serious credible document. it's actually, it's then a phobic round. much of the information is false, misleading. on one side it's we surround russia with mesa basis, and we call them the aggressor. we support opposition groups and we accuse them a foreign interference. european project is not being undermined and divided by russia by fight the rank hypocrisy that is characterized in this report. it shows me that it is time to embark on a positive dialogue with the russian federation is time to stop listening to the american in europe is our continental europe. as of right to make
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a choice in favor of good relations with russia, alaska. and i spoke with a professor of the moscow state institute of international relations about a bond of thesis, despite the stance, it'll still have to work with the new russian legislators. anyway. it's quite interesting, i've read today, recommendation, they don't be on parliament today. so not recognizing and trying to engage, and it's not quite threatening to say that before the election rather than wait and then say we have this evidence of wrongdoing, which would be completely reasonable. sure, sure, that's true. but there are 2 ways to control the elections, to monitor that access. want to send, are we all up servers? and another approach you cannot find anybody here. you can just check the internet, you can just check social networks. you can speak with a representative of society or position or whatever you name them and so be it'll be on up servers. they could not go to moscow to,
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to feel if they can just check and copy and copy paste. what they're rushing position was saying someone could make the accusation about itself is, is meddling from the e. u in the russian election. if for example, i now want to go for their actions and, and i see from the union of which i think by default, everybody and from that direction coming, rational actions are problem. and so what are you going for me to go there? so, so each flores over the water, if the e u is concerned about the integrity of russian elections, should they be focused on the allegations that russia is making? that is interference coming from outside russia. 100 evidence over to the us state department saying that some of the big tech platforms are allowing citizens access websites they say, belong to extremist organizations, that this problem is really sharp because the russian courts are started to
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or issue some flying some multi 1000000 fine on the giant from 40 started to wait, but not everybody saw that's the question of not compliance to the state lead to the state registration to the court. and so it's quite, it's quite difficult. we don't have the resolution in one day. sure. but i think at the some logic in the rational official statement, we can try something else to tell you about today, just a few hours into russia's 3 day parliamentary elections. there already been reports of technical glitches. the online voting system was briefly out of action. it's now fully restored and it's not the only platform that crushed on friday morning. a proposition up called nevada league has been deleted from google play and up up store ortiz constantine raj coff has more. the app in question is somewhat an
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extension of nevada. his website and provides news about him or his organization, but this is not what's gotten it under the scrutiny. the app also has a section dedicated to so called smart voting. now, smart voting encourages those who disliked the current government to mark their ballot for whatever candidate in a given constituency is most likely to defeat the candidate of united russia. now more often than that, these are representatives of the communist party, russia, 2nd most popular party, which leadership ironically denounces nevada and his demon distances itself from smart voting anyway. according to ross, comrades or rushes internet watch dock, there is a link between smart voting and the news intake corruption fun, which was labeled an extremist organisation for spreading extreme as content and inciting unauthorized pro, has despite coven restrictions earlier, ross come to absorb demanded from google and apple to take down the valley because of that link. otherwise,
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russia officials would have considered this as foreign interference in the run up to the parliamentary election. now, we've also heard from the head of the sovereignty committee in russia. senate, mr. climmer, who said that the issue was brought up in a conversation between russian diplomats and the us in bassett, or in moscow. john solomon now in the band. his aides have also published and an official response. the guy from apple, which states that advocate status as an extremist organization, was a reason the tech company decided to take down the app. american tech jones did not always comply with russian laws. an offer, refused or failed to delete illegal content. for instance, messages publicly calling on people to take part in unauthorized demonstrations. for that, the likes of facebook, twitter google receive have to find, but this time they decided to comply so that the app is no longer available in russia, which is of course, another blow to the jailed opposition figure and his team as they often look to the
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west for support. konstantin ross, cough so day one of russia's parliamentary election is well underway in the coming hours. we'll delve further into the parties hoping to sway citizens their way. how the ballot is progressing on the election process itself. r t. you covered for vote . 2021 the ah, ah, listen, what it says was in the middle, so i the, the person who did the get there because there's something you would
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