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the coin setting, as he pointed out, 10 x from here. so he's looking for up to $450.00 to $5.00, and about a coin the it was an extraordinary disaster. if we didn't have a president, that was so addled. you all would be fired. i don't think anyone controls anything this present says about afghanistan. us lawmakers scold joe biden. that is tell several was something congress, the colon washington humiliating withdrawal from afghanistan. we are so if the whole us gun campaign might be a bigger failure than just to pull out itself. also this the rule of shame that the graffiti spells out how some in paris have come to view this. yeah, paris is up over the construction of a was designed in theory to keep the drug addict so,
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but they're saying is in humane and in practice only makes matters worse. it really feels like a zombie apocalypse movie. this last week we have faced assault after assault that we put them to one side like animal 3. it's a long western tradition to segregate, can you comment anger and has balls over the u. k. of a fuel shortages of petrol stations across the country with a government deploying it to reserve tank of place. in a sense, a result. the crisis probably boy could join the cues. one of those pump the ah, the life formalities will do that to my name is kevin owen. one welcome to the
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program this thursday, the 30th of september, got half an hour of our laces for you. and 1st, the 2nd day of tough talks in congress than as us lawmakers. yet again, law showed joe biden, and his top military command is over the county staff. withdraw by the ministrations received a re, a lot of flack over it in recent weeks with some calling and pull out humiliating from washington. there were just some of the accusations that have been fired, that the president and his team, the president said, none of his commanders said that he should keep troops in afghanistan. was that a false statement by the president? i remember you do not have a duty to cover for the president when he's not telling the truth. i've given you my judgment on it, and i think we all know it was a false statement. i have been frustrated by the lack of someone in charge on the biggest national security fiasco in a generation. there has been 0 accountability, no responsibility from anybody. we have poured cash and blood and credibility
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into a got a government that was a mirage. it fell immediately. we were buying into the big lie, the big lie that this, that this was ever going to be successful. and here's the thing. there's only 3 possibilities here. either the president lied to the american people, or he legitimately cannot remember the counsel of his top military advisors in winding down the longest war in american history. or you have not been fully accurate under oath. we didn't have a president that was so adult. you all would be fired. while in light of those accusations many are asking whether the would have been any real changes, enough canister unsecured to situation. if american troops had remained there next day, kellum open looks deeper into the probe and explain why washington, the biggest mistake might not be the pull out itself, but the whole african campaign from start to finish the testimony before congress was damning. not only was the pull out of afghanistan and the asco, but the campaign failed to achieve its primary aim. it was an extraordinary
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disaster. it will go down in history, is one of the greatest failures of american leadership. we have 0 presence in afghanistan. it could be as little as 12 months before our kato will use f ganeth stand as a base can do as a base to conduct air strikes or strikes against the united states frankly, after this debacle withdrawal. i don't think anyone contrast anything this present says about afghanistan. we need to consider some uncomfortable truths that we did not fully comprehend. the depth of corruption and poor leadership in their senior ranks. that we did not grass a damaging effect of frequent and unexplained rotations. by president gunny of his commanders and that we fail to fully grasp that there was only so much for which and for whom many of the afghan forces would fight. so after an entire war, aims to eliminate a terrorist threat to america. that threat could now be worse to real possibility
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in the not too distant future. 612182436 months. that time of timeframe for recalls, fusion about isis, terrorist organization seek on govern spaces so that they can train and equip and thrive. and there is clearly a possibility that that can happen here going forward. afghanistan, in effect now has become an entire terrorist state tele bond. even though they may think that they're trying to govern that place itself to split. and already we're seeing isis attacking caliber on and there's no guarantee them that taliban can ensure that attacks will not be planned and launched from that. but from afghanistan thought there were more revelations in the testimony, apparently behind closed doors. the biden administration was more divided on afghanistan. i think while we, it's conceivable that you could stay there. my view is that you would have had to deploy more forces in order to protect ourselves and accomplish any mission that we
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would have been assign. it appears that the department of defense was not fully on board with pulling out of afghanistan, and they are arguing for maintaining some presence in the country. my view was that we needed to maintain about 2500. and that we also needed to work with our coalition partners. we had about 6000 troops and their nato and other core countries that would, that would remain there. this flies in the face of the biden administration's claim that pulling out was a unanimous decision. it's unclear what would really change if the united states stayed in the country. it has been 20 years after all, and the security situation in afghanistan has not improved. so maybe the mistake wasn't pulling out in 2021, but rather going in in 2001. now that's a discussion you won't hear on capitol hill, but it's probably taking place in many american mines for officials on top of phil
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to attribute that so way to the somewhat chaotic withdrawal from afghanistan is completely absurd. if us officials had dealt with the crime on september the 11th, that's what they were and found out who was responsible and brought them to justice . you know, they would have been, you know, at this point something that just something that happened 20 years ago. that was dealt with instead, they used september the 11th as a pretext for 20 years of war. what the so called war on terra was doing with healing, camp terrorism and the just armed resistance in country after country the united states has, has actually increased the risk of terrorism. i guess my 2nd one, paris suburb of the construction of
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a wall designed to keep drug uses, but instead of solving the problem local say it's actually made matters worse in their view. and they say it's turn the area into a living hell. so it depends, keep, takes up the story, the writing is on the wall, quite literally the wall of shame. that's what the graffiti spells out. and that's how some in paris have come to view this. this barrier has been built to hide one of the city's ugliest problems. crack addiction models, drug use is turned hawk. it will in the 19th, decent paris and the surrounding streets into a living nightmare for locals. now they have been moved to around this location, meaning the problem haven't been tackled. it's just a new set of glucose to deal with what it really feels like a zombie apocalypse movie. this last week we have faced assault after assault theft
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. after 1st my neighbor is still in hospital at the trying to catch a drug addict who robbed him. he was beaten. noel says, this neighborhood has long suffered problems, but this addition of more than a 100 drug addicts on the doorstep only creates greater insecurity. that's been done yet. we are almost a breaking point because there's a feeling of nervousness, violence, we think about it everyday. i even have to all myself with protective equipment. gus, a taser or a but why? because just last weekend there were 5 fight that happened on friday, then saturday and sunday. they just didn't stop. we have got to come here every day because they need crack. this war was hastily built with the authority saying that it was necessary to protect glucose from the drug uses. but it happened to walking around in that neighborhood. we have seen everything from spilling over into
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commercial areas and drug deals taking place in the, in the metro is mounting here, locals, all protesting against the fact that they have essentially been on the doorstep. just last. i am angry because these people are being treated like animals. we countries, people like that. we can just move them to please further away from perry's well known color. why are we angry today? because of everything that's happened. we always been attacked. it's getting worse and worse, women are being assaulted, threatened. we must find a solution to the problem. and we find that scandalous. there you go, we have to do something proving so do you still want to instead of relocating people to good neighborhood where moving them to areas that already have difficulty was that they just shifted the problem a few blocks away. instead of building the infrastructure to accommodate the people about it's an acceptable so they'll call left. we are angry because instead of taking care of the deprived migrant population,
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we put them to one side like animals. it's a long western tradition to segregate new comment, to put problems to one side instead of helping them. it's nothing new to fascist. we're very good at it, said tracy. medical supervision have been approved by the government, but every time a location is subject to every position from people who live by some lightning, the plan to put in crock, and they know many schools injury children. cool is some things that are like a logical and also the psychiatric needs. there are about a 130 and a 150 men and some women living in a kind of shanty town on the outskirts of paris in totally unsanitary conditions. they need social and health care, not this type of security response. they had already been about it later play
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of insecurity. what's really good thing one about how to solid even sometimes the problems of a different kind of cross channel. the army has been cold into help on the u. k. governments long since reserve tank of fleet, as britain continues to rage over petro shortages, is spot chaotic scenes in the country this week. as people panic bought fuel. and in one extreme, it's even so violence that a pump too, with the men of the capital, apparently confronting a driver while holding a knife, the public eye with those massive cues and panic, buying kicked off last week off the oil firm b,
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p. well, it would have to temporarily close only some of its pets and station because of a lack of laurie drivers needed to deliver the field to the pumps or poly voice. took her turn to fill up the tank. and this is when i think this is patch or crisis time and the day has come that i finally need some petrol in my car. so i am going to go and try and find some. now i'm on a bit less than a quarter of a tank. definitely less than quarter of a tank close to kind of dangerously low on patch roll. first thing we're doing, by the way, as a little aside, is picking up from jerry can or from my friend who is pregnant and has run out of petrol. this is the find the stuff that's going to get you be to know that
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a petrol station are going to be like red rags falls, social media has really fed this crisis so, so there is a nation ahead of me, me petro station number one, look at i'm sorry, no fuel. you haven't been able to watch for delivering clued. yeah. you're delivering and you've been unable to work from the day because there's been no petra one or was that near the neighbor drive? or i got that. so this is central station number and it looks like there is absolutely nothing has. this is pretty di, and i believe we talked about you guys, if you have your own supplies somewhere,
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you know of any places where there might be that show that was a policeman just told me that the b p petrol station. it's about 10 minutes drive from here. how did delivery this morning? but apparently it was mental and where we're going to go now in order to give it a go. oh my god, like it's rammed, because they've got petro. it must be so this is patrick station number 3, and look at the key of what ready? monday or tuesday. i'm just going to work with tomorrow and i noticed people here that's been enough fuel for the jerry kendall to. it's actually crazy. the amount of people that don't fuel, i don't think that that there will be no, this is basically blocking off traffic access to the schedule station is blocking off traffic. people actually getting around the round about you did not get to you . and in britain i tell you this is quite
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pulled up. i'm wondering i'm only my couple just one way. know why don't please? yeah. the police, i was like, oh it's meant love. it looks like we may actually be able to get patch or if it doesn't run out right in front of our noses. yeah. can you tell me what's it been like for the past school day? we don't. yesterday i'm going to cancel my room. and i spoke to thank you very much . if you don't have any problem so i don't know, full garage is nothing money going to panic. 5, number 3. thank you very much. i also have jerry has, which might get me be to not shaming going on. i'm going to get a thing for the jerry finally happening. i can only fill up
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towns about the petrol because that's the thing possible thing to do. i'm making a real math. you've never done this before. i haven't done this. the didn't tune up, so they'll tell you what, no, there's no user around when you want to just fill out the the key, the q 5. sorry, that was excited. i got into a bit of a flap because i feel like i thought i'd be filling up the jerry can if somebody stockpiling petro whereas i was just getting it for a friend. now about probably an hour and a half. we started, i mean,
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the street said release a little bit of emptiness as well. and crazy things that while the u. k. mobilizes the army then to try to curb it's curved fuel crisis over in europe. rest a year. it's been struggling to keep its consumption of coal in like with green energy ambitions in moscow and kevin, and stay with me as to taking through that and the rest of the talk about this afternoon after the break. the ah, with me
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ah ah ah. 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 on often very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successfully very critical time. time to sit down and talk the again. so gas prices
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have his new high in europe now. region $1150.00 or 1000 cubic meters. prices have been rocketing things that beginning of september, and it's not only gas which europe desperately needs europe spin, also struggling to reduce its consumption of coal in line with policies aimed at limiting greenhouse gases. but next to be true parking place, those green energy ambitions might have to take a step back for a while. environmentalism is all the rage right now, but mother nature doesn't always play ball. winter comes whether there's wind enough or not to power the turbines. and where it's freezing cold, no one actually cares if gas and coal aren't green. energy prices are skyrocketing in europe and environmental initiatives seem to only be making things worse. the fact that wind farms are useless when there's no wind is a big problem for the likes of the u. k, for example, where they're supposed to produce around 20 percent of the countries energy supply
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. so it's back to dirtier forms of power. less than that, we need to learn that fossil fuels are still needed in the energy mix in order to back up renewable energy. because if we continue to remove all the bases capacity that is coming from sources like the gas called the nuclear, without having something that is like, come back up the intermittency of wind and solar. then we will be having tight situations of the one that we are experiencing at the moment. take the current unreliability of wind and solar, add the increased demand and low supply of coal and natural gas throughout the continent. plus all the carbon permit fees for coal producers. and you've got a perfect recipe for energy crisis, but somehow no one saw it coming. not a good start for what the likes of ursula underlines they will be a defining era for environmentalism. it just attention to welcome you to this conference on the make break decades for climate action. the next 10 years might be
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a turning point. first and foremost for global c o 2 emissions. good luck with that 3 month after she said that and you lawmakers are already extending subsidies for fossil fuel gas until 2027. all the while the energy commission insist that it had nothing to do with the crisis. the current increase in energy prices has little to do with our climate policies and much what to do with our dependence on volatile foreign fossil fuels. right. and the price of coal permits which have more than doubled over the past 2 years. probably also had nothing to do with the current situation, but higher coal prices and a shortage of supply isn't justice acting europe right now. china is also having a hard time with the whole environmentally friendly approach to energy. large sectors of the country's industry have been crippled by energy shortages and regions are being forced to ration power with chinese government is calling for an increase in coal imports and we're not even into winter yet. going green is trendy
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and it sounds nice, but in reality we're a long way off before it's actually practical until then it seems non green energy sources are here to stay, trying to limit them without thinking of the consequences. the simply a recipe for disaster. at the moment we have to date that physically it's impossible to get rid of all the fulfill if you will, sources for energy production. if we did not get now nuclear power production and a little later on and achieve production from coal, we could maybe use less natural gas. but natural gas seems to be the major backbone. so usually for promote providing a stable energy production at with natural gas. you can quickly lift up
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energy production level when the wind stops blowing when it start already strained. relations between the you came from to being tested further by a new surgeon, migrant crossings of the english channel. the number of refugee boats making a perilous journey to britain has doubled since last year and had seen london and paris exchange threats now of what should be done about it. we made the less channel crossings each month, not more. its vital from sacks to stop boats leaving and worked with britain unreturned, the former lives the last france, won't accept any behavior that reaches maritime law and financial black, male, great britain must own its commitment. the friendship between our 2 countries deserts better than posturing, that undermines corporation between all services. as far as the u. k, is concerned, the, the french have obligations and duties to alleviate the crisis and saying is they've
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not been met at all. here's the 54000000 pounds check to the french should be rip top. the situation is only getting worse, not better. i'm the statistics speak for themselves. a numerous single days nick, year over $700.00 refugees made it to vs. sure. bringing the total to at least $17000.00, up from around 8500 last year. and now the government said it needs new laws to deal with the crisis. this is a complicated issue, requiring changes to our laws. the government's new plan for migration provides the only long term solution to fix the broken system and delivered the change required to tackle criminal gangs and prevent further loss of life. pretty good for town hasn't recent times, wrapped up rhetoric declaring that the english channel route would be shut off entirely. and all full of policy has been sold off to make that happen. most recently, the nationality and buddhist bill which criminalizes such coughing so far have already been $300.00 arrest. with 65 convictions. plus the bill grounds for the
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forces further powers to 1st baffled back into french waters, which is apparently prevented will than $12000.00 attempts. a campaign to say these policies are totally inhumane. every time the home secretary talks about people's smugglers, she ignores her own failure to open up safe and legal asylum routes. we urgently need new approach to asylum in this country. i spoke to local people haven't days or about what should could be done, who is to blame, and whether the government has adopted the right approach. they could face from the other side, sales into thousands of people. it seems to predict the french don't care because say, go to the british problem is we really need to work for the friends to stop the people whole process as long as the french are completely wrong. the french have to just dump them in boats is really nice and they should be born here in
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a different proper wife, not for onto a boat, given money to villagers to get them here. seems to be the french don't want to stop. and if you come into the country, you have to report to a playstation police station say once they come in, you lose and they go to ground. so you don't know where they are. the people don't know where they are. the asylum seekers attempting to course the tunnel, being crammed into tiny boats and things that are designed for 21 mile journey, not lease at times with triple the recommended capacity. it must also be said, the english channel is one of the wells and busiest shipping lane. so when people say it's a life threatening journey, it's no exaggeration. despite the dangerous thousands are still taking the risk, which perhaps the volumes of just how desperate they are to escape, where they have come from. shot edwards, dash the all to dover is such a sub state of affairs and it goes on an on to doesn't it will not sit what we're
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talking about. so far this half hour of news, but as a myriad of other stories because she did a great pictures as well, features and checking those are tito coma of social media, have you will say as well, but for now it's kevin, out of the teams starting off thanks for watching and stand by to stick around hope we can for boom bust from a state side team after this break. the ah, the ah . ah.
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