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ah, ah ah, from tanks to tankers, britain called in the army to alleviate pressure at the petro pumps as people panic by fuel. the poles said that the public blamed the media port stoking hysteria, although many points to the government. with playing the media with media government takes place. meanwhile, europe's of gas prices hit a new hi with the german government warning people to prepare for a chilly month ahead. at the same time as the countries energy regulator is still yet to grant a license for russia's north stream to gasp, pipeline. and a paramount challenge shaken by officers outspoken criticism,
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and the hasty withdrawal from afghanistan, the u. s. army suffers a spike and military suicides. we look into what's behind the tragic trend. ah, a broadcasting live direct from a studio in moscow. this is our team international. i'm john thomas. certainly glad to have you with us. you know, the british government is bringing in the army to deliver fuel from monday after a chaotic week that has seen massive cues at petrol stations across britain, around 200 service personnel are set to hit the road with the defense secretary saying they are still needed to ease the pressure on petrol stations, even though the pm claimed the situation is stabilizing, the crisis began after fuel deliveries were disrupted. due to a shortage of tanker drivers. as pressure builds at the pumps, anger has spilled over with some members of the public, lashing out
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a journalist's reporting on the fuel crisis. a pol suggest that many believe the media is responsible for the panic buying with more on who's to blame. here's our cheese. shoddy edwards dusty. the u. k is still in the middle of the pandemic. no, not the co with one of the petra, $17.00 whole days of backed up, caused driver's waiting hours to fill up and public transport diverted to avoid the gridlock. anyone in a car that's been running on empty will tell you. it's been chaos. and many, blaine, the national media for a quick search on social networking sites like twitter and facebook, show thousands upon thousands of post blaming news outlets. the causing the panic. buying, is there a no show? it's just and while you reporting on the 6 p, p, petro stations closing temporarily, should have been an old story. maybe the old saying some things are better left unsaid applies here. there was no excuse for any vitriol aim to journalists on this
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or any other topic, but you must acknowledge that the way this has been reported influences the decisions the public make. and you have a responsibility to consider this in your reporting. i'm jealous of even suffolk, still appalling, a b as to as soon as people recognize that i'm a reporter for the show. you know, when those you've called this in, there's even bit of pointe wells bit concerns on the place. anyone that's reading the news is not read it carefully enough. if they've read the headline, sorry, with the text within the story properly. because it wasn't sure that there was no reason why journalists across the country have done. they've reported on the situation after the headlines, which accuse a little way down the road blocking road. we would look really silly if we just ignored it. he's not so low last week. i was also told by driver to get a proper job and stop lying to the public. the report to simply point out it's neither the media nor the public spoke. there simply isn't enough glory drivers to
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get the fuel to the petrol stations. ha! the news is the news playing the media media is going to be want to see what is happening. they don't say we're gonna pay them. i'll go and get paid for it. i think it's probably most people just logical reactions are well, partly being worried about petrol. i think it's kind of like, i mean it's people going when they need, the media is always manipulate in muscle. so i will either have myself a car. so i know really to this problem, but i heard of those so with the buses, some proteins as well. so all the noise is already also with the u. k. as last list auditioning a 100000 laurie drivers. but the government says the situation is not totally under control, but patches of the keys, the government of gaslighting,
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the nation. some of our members haven't had any fuel deliveries for nearly a week. there's been no easing off of the pressure from driver's wanting to refuel whenever they can, wherever they can't trying to calm this down, appears to be a money mental task at the moment. cabinet ministers. woo, though top level intervention will be required if the situation gets even worse. we're still seeing strong demand and parts of the country around fuel. the distribution mechanism is trying to respond to this unprecedented demand. i think if thing started to deteriorate, further, obviously the prime minister and the secretary of state for energy whose responsibility this is, we'll have to review the situation. and if the sensor, the government says it's localized in the army to help with the supplies and even looking to dish arc temporary visas to get laurie drivers on the road. charge. edwards ashley, archie, london. another solution from dominic rob in his new role as just a secretary as
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a proposal to use prisoners to fill the driver shortfall and that's got people fired up. oh no. mm. weeping gets in prisons undefended to do full and cheering and unpaid work. why not? if there are shortages, encourage them to do pay the book where there's a benefit to the economy. benefit for society. ah, dominic robs, found the perfect lads to deliver fuel to britain's petrol station. he would be more qualified to do rob's job. if this anything other than sarcasm, one can only hope that we don't have a shortage of pilots in the near future. minister, son lounges has another bad idea. i always knew this kind of secretly like freedom with
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there is also a separate pan european fuel headache, gathering steam with winter just around the corner record natural gas prices continue to sweep the continent. one possible way out would be rushes newly complete nord stream to pipeline. but germany is still yet to granted all the necessary paperwork and that could take months as honest as here too much. too much of a expect winter is coming grim reality for the either he is unprepared. the german government has even released educational leaflets and videos, showing people how to cope this here. i rash is vast nor stream to gas pipeline to europe could have filled the energy void
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. but slow moving e u bureaucrats nips that hope and above the certification of the pipeline. as far as i know will be so light, it will probably not be able to help was out this winter, nor to stream to delays were hardly an issue as recently as august when gas and germany cost to relatively cheap $515.00 per 1000 cubic meters, but in barely more than a month, prices have more than doubled past the $1200.00 mark and wild brussels accuses gas from of menu, relating prices at a time of urging neat they had of german green party went even further. and alina burbock, accused moscow of black mailing europe by limit tanks, gas supplies, despite international energy agency calls to pump more. but the ration energy firm notes, it's meeting all contractual obligations in their entirety. and ration gas may become even more in demand as europeans dont want production in their own backyard . here is that a nick,
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just north of berlin. a company looking to tap it's natural gas reserves, but not have locals get their way. gas production just doesn't fit into the regional concepts. it doesn't fit the time. it doesn't fit the climate crisis. many anti fossil activists demand more renewables, but even was europe's extremely generous green subsidies. they're still just 15 percent off the energy mix, not to mention renewables, notorious unreliability. when to wind stops blowing or the sun doesn't shine. green power appears to look good in theory, but seems there are hidden unexpected perils as well as germany tries to ramp up its use of renewables. it's been forced to suspend the use of $1000.00 wind turbines, after one collapsed and forth in western germany, just hours before it was supposed to be officially launched. another 240 meter tall structure with its huge roto blades abruptly toppled over. officials are now trying to determine how that happened back when he was prime minister russian president
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vladimir putin joked about the difficult choices germany faced when it came to fuel miss a. so the german community doesn't like nuclear power. i don't want to make any comments. ah, the ocean, but i don't understand what you're going to use for he think you don't develop your nuclear power. what are you going to use? i would what i thought of, you'd have to get it from siberia to bruton got a laugh from the german media at the time back then. but prophetic, it may have been because now it has become an issue for the country that's far from funny. austria's former foreign minister told us that brussels failure to plan is the real problem. energy politics has also to do with securing supply with affordable prices with bringing anna to, to the customer. and here we have seen mismanagement that we have been focusing
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only on moving out of forsythe, not anymore allowing companies tool to invest and foster. but it's a completely whole major dilemma. it's definitely not that the russians are not delivering dell, that russian energy companies, such as gust from fulfilling that contracts. ah, but the issue is manifold. and so the situation that we are in is one of an a sheet transition. and in an energy transition, you cannot seem to move out of anything without moving into something. and this has been the case in germany. good news from russia where the health ministers announced an extremely positive development this week on the world health organizations long awaited approval of the sputnik v covered vaccine. more that forties were sun following his meeting with the head of the w. h. o,
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the world health organization. russia's top health official has revealed that apparently, only a few bureaucratic hinders remain as russia's pioneering vaccine. sputnik re is on its way to being recognized and approved for emergency use by the w. h o. here's what he had to say. this was all barriers for sputnik ve authorization by the world health organization have been removed with only minor administrative procedures needing to be sorted out. this has been confirmed by the w. i chose director general. now russia sputnik lee has already been approved for use in some 70 countries with a combined population of 4000000000 people. now, it is estimated that more than 10000000 people have already received the 2 required jobs of sputnik v and are fully vaccinated with this. russian vaccine, so really the only thing left for it is to get the approval of the w a chill. about 2 weeks ago we will learned that the body had some questions about the production
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of sputnik thee at one of the factories essentially. now what is left for this factory is to well bring its standards up to well the w e chose requirements and for the experts to visit the site and make sure that everything is in order. and hopefully this will put sputnik re on its home stretched towards being recognized by the w h. o. after all, as put in agrees actually among worlds 3 most efficient vaccines along with pfizer and madonna. so hopefully it won't take long for it to join other jobs and being recognized by the w h o. suicide among us troops is on the rise. according to a new pentagon report, it's up 15 percent from last year. with us defense secretary calling the situation troubling and a paramount challenge for his department. and it's far from the only issue facing america's armed forces. over the past 2 months,
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several officers have publicly spoken out against the military's top brass over a range of issues with the most contentious claims coming from marine stewart sheller, he's calling for leaders to be held accountable for the flood withdrawal from afghanistan. it is now awaiting trial for speaking out or g k. the mop and comments now on why the u. s. army has been thrown into such disarray. the case of lieutenant colonel stuart sheller certainly raises a lot of questions. says criticism of the military certainly happens a lot these days for officers came forward publicly. recently condemning the u. s. military over a whole host of issues including vaccine mandates as well as alleged marxist indoctrination. apparently they've lost faith in the u. s. military and instead of obeying, they are revolting. all i'm doing is asking open strategic question. this is about principal i consider about the freedom of the american people and i swore an oath to, to protect their freedom. what, why would you want to serve if will lay your life on the line potentially to defend
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that one of them was even promoting coven 19 dis, information and vaccine conspiracy theories. now that's wrong, but the fact is, the number of military personnel who gone public against the policies is alarming. there has also been a spike in suicide 3 in just 2 days. now, one of those soldiers had recently returned from afghanistan. however, the army says they don't believe his death was related to deployment. in 2020, there was a 15 percent increase in the number of suicides by u. s. military personnel, 580 members of the us armed forces took their own lives. suicides among civilians actually decreased by 5 percent suicide rates among our service members and military families are still too high and the trends are not going in the right direction. as i have said, mental health is health, period, top military brass are now expressing concerns over the mental health of soldiers. but the conversation they do not want to have it seems,
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is about how miss leadership may have contributed only after pressure from lawmakers. can they finally admit strategic failures outcomes in a war like this? an outcome that is a strategic failure. the enemy is in charge and couple, there's nowhere else to describe that. that outcome is, acumen of effect of 20. strategically. strategically, the wars, los suicide, public criticism of commanding officers demoralization, all of this is not the sign of a healthy, effective fighting force. ala mobbing our d, new york. the u. s. isn't alone and suffering from the fall out of the rapid withdrawal from afghanistan, the british government has faced plenty of criticism as well for failing to evacuate afghans working for the u. k. army, one of them, a 28 year old british trained sniper, was killed by the taliban just a day after he sent his friend, a former afghan interpreter. this plea for help rush, brother,
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and one of the triple threes. i'm sure you remember me. hope you're doing well in your family's fine. i have already sent you my documents. let me know if you need anything else. make sure i'm on the list. thank you. the murdered soldier, had a wife and 3 children. he had been in hiding at a relative's house, but was caught by telephone fighters when he went to a nearby store, he was shot 4 times. former afghan translator ruthy hintock who received the plea for help, told us that the soldier was included on an evacuation list, but it was too little too late. i did include his name and that list which i was preparing, which i've submitted to the u. k. government, i and i saw that there he is one of those who should be evacuated. and by the way, this evacuation was conducted. and it was a very poorly and am and not managed properly. and as a result of that poor management, in many of these triple trees,
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interpreters and other partners, the water turned down and told that you cannot be evacuated because you, you, you, application hasn't been processed properly or we do not have capacity at the moment or are we cannot take your hand because of the, the, the crowd at the gate. so many other reasons which were given to them and there they were left behind, i'm not included and, and those are evacuation flights. my new case withdrawal from afghanistan was completed by august. the 31st, but more than $250.00 afghan interpreters and staff remained abandoned in the country and they made impassioned. please to be air lifted it due to fears the taliban may kill them. roughly says that the british government should take partial responsibility for the chaotic pull up. the sa sniper was killed only because the u. k. government, i could not ah, reach,
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reach out to him. i could not evacuate him in time. although he put his plea out to d, u. k. government. all those who have served alongside the british forces, the interpreters and many others are especially from the special units who served alongside the british forces. they feel let down. i feel that the british government betrayed them. they feel that they have been let down in between. so if you feel set me feel angry the way they have been treated still to come in the program that the plan to force banks to report every transaction and american makes that's over $600.00. it's to climb down on tax dodgers. but is the seeing, the president accused of the big brother fight will tell you about it. among our stories, after short break. blue
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cars after 40 years of fed interventionism by simply expanding and pretending and printing a lot of money. they got into this cargo cult, you'd call it mentality where simply waving a flag, you know that this actually printing more money is going to make all the problems disappear. meanwhile, politically, what we've seen in america is really remarkable. the, the liberal left and their cohorts in the media, even though that this policy is causing incredible human suffering in america. they effectively marginalize those people as quote, deplorable and really made scapegoats of the victims of j. powell. and they've often said that this is a victimless crime, money printing and extortion that's practice at the fed. and yet i look at those 90000 dead americans last year from opiate overdose. i'd say j pal, you've got blood on your hands because that's a direct result of mal investment, money printing, and rogue economics that you're practicing as a charlatan. join me
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every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. i'll be speaking to guess when the world of politics, sport, business, i'm show business. i'll see you then. oh, come back. this is r t international. no, a journalist for a top russian newspaper has reportedly been taken to belarus after being seized in moscow. beller is claims that he incited social hatred by praising a man that shot a bell, russian police officer. but as archie constantino rosco reports, the case is shrouded in numerous mysteries. while there is still confusion over the exact facts in the story, there are reports that bell russian journalists deny the mosaic who was detained in moscow and sent to minsk. i'm formation emerged on october 1st, when his mother said the last time she spoke to him. he was in moscow hotel on
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september 30th, and suggest that he had been detained in the russian capital and transferred from russia to ballard. so that hasn't been officially confirmed. while details of this story remained sketchy, we've already heard from russia's foreign ministry, spokeswoman money as a hot of a who said that the russian embassy inman sca has been cuban in close contact with her about the russian counterparts. regarding this situation, the russian embassy minsk, is in constant contact with the bell russian side of the issues related to the work of consumer sca pravda in the country. in the meantime, the newspaper works as a branch of the russian media. in this case, we insist that the rights of journalists, i secured, according to conventional international standards that the my think a works for a val, russian branch of the well known russian newspaper come somewhere. scam products. some days ago he while in belarus, wrote a piece about a shooter who killed the battle, russian law enforcement officer. this was
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a big and emotionally charged story in ballard. for that article mac had quoted one of the gunman, schoolmates who was complimentary about the shooter. now this didn't and well for the newspaper, it's website and beller, roost was blocked by authorities. shortly after the article came out, a local police have opened criminal proceedings, calling it an attempt to incite social hatred. the journalist's department was rated and men sca bought according to his relatives. he wasn't there and had allegedly already left for moscow that emerged. eco's editor in russia also says he didn't see the latest developments coming. neither for the newspaper nor for one of his employees in my view, this is terrible because i think that his detention is totally groundless. these guy has been working for us for a long time for 15 years and bell roost, i guess. and we never had any troubles with him. he's a good journalist. the fact of his attention is an explicit outrage. of course we will do our best. we never leave our people behind belarus. his interior ministry
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has not yet officially commanded on the situation and hasn't even confirmed the journal as detention the bell. russian investigative committee also stated that they don't have information to corroborate the allegations, and we're still waiting for valid russian officials to explain the situation. because clearly, there are a lot of questions every transaction and american makes over $600.00 should be reported by the banks. that's what joe biden wants to do to climb down on tax dodgers and money laundering. it's well below the current threshold of $10000.00, and it's provided plenty of pushback, amid claims of big brother tactics by the authorities. this is one of the most unprecedented examples of invasion of privacy in the history of our country. a government overreach like this has never happened before. are you aware of how unnecessary this regulatory burden is? do you distrust the american people so much that you need to know when they bought
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a couch or a cow? treating the american people like they are subject to the government? is unconscionable. this is big brother government. at its worst. this is one of the most outrageous proposals coming from this administration. and there have been a lot of them over the last 9 months. for those for the bill, they say that it will not seek details on individual transactions just to aggregate inflows and outflows of an account. the new requirements are being suggested as part of congress is $3.00 trillion dollars, social spending bill and the treasury believe that the proposal will generate, excuse me, about $460000000000.00 over a decade. but one british american investor and banker believes biden's proposal targets less privileged people. the proposal is designed to go
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after people they want to go after it weaponized as an agency to persecute people that they want to persecute. you know, because they can accuse anybody of anything that they want. i mean it's really draconian, it's draconian measure and it's total overreach into people's privacy. this is more of an authoritarian dictatorship than anything else. it's going to be a master problem for the financial institutions are going to have to hire numerous thousands of people to do this. but you know, none of this is about a disease called cove. it's about politics, it's about power. it's about ensuring that there's a plutocracy that takes over america. you have companies like amazon that don't pay any tax whatsoever, and you know what they want to do, go after the mom and pop shops that are i have all closed down because of cove id and go after the individuals to try to make up the massive amount of spending that they have with this crazy $5.00 trillion dollar spending spree, the 5 and
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a half trillion dollars that they claim is going to be paid for. it's not going to be paid for. and it will spark massive hyperinflation. or that does it for me, i will be back and let's say 33 minutes with another full and fresh look news. ah, so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be in arms. race is often very dramatic development. only nationally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical of time. time to sit down and talk imagine picking up a future textbook on the early years of the 21st century. what other chapters
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called gun violence school shootings, homelessness 1st, it was my job and then it was my family. dealing with my savings. i have nothing. i have nothing and it's not like i don't try. i look for resources, i look for jobs, i look for everything i can to make this pass. and i end up doing, passing time, the road to the american dream paved with dead refugees. it's very idealized image of older america makes americans look past the deaths that happen every single day . this is a modern history of the usa by america on our t. good i'm actually guys are, this is the kaiser report. as we continue our deep dive in to
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federal reserve dis, and genuine ness, they think, yes, it's a deep dive into all the times. max kaiser kaiser report, stacy herbert, we've been right over and over. we're right. last time we mentioned how jamie diamond had capitulated and agreed finally that the kaiser was right. a bit coin. well of course it was kaiser for we 1st heard about the threat of stagflation, high unemployment, high inflation. well, the fed chair, jerome pal, i j. pow, he says, well, inflation is high and unemployment rate is high. so right, right. a step to play, the fed has 2 jobs. one is full employment. the other is price stability. so there are failing on both of their primary jobs. and in a way that was predictable, because if you're simply printing money to bail out, bankers all day long,
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you create a situation and what you do not have any reliable price discovery, amy economy for any of the components that make up the economy. this leads to both corruption and mal investment, a wealth and income gap. and as we see now stagflation, you have on employment high and inflation. those high. and both of these things are now structural cyclical. they cannot be cured by simply extending and pretending they can't. if the u. s. were to introduce 100 year bonds or 200 year bonds, that's not going to solve it. negative interest rates are not going to solve it. this is now pretty much heading toward a well catastrophe. yeah, and again, one analogy we've made in the past is the cargo called and the cargo called was in the south pacific islands, who were suddenly confronted by the advanced japanese army, the air force. and then the u. s. air force. and they saw all these planes arrive
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