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we had no fears, jell change, pre fashion, 4 shots, different stories behind the bullets. with top headlines for this our here on our teeth, the prime minister of molly accuses french forces of training terror groups in the north of the country. he's on the army. so anthony, there arms groups trained by french offices. we have evidence of dogs, and this is the situation we are currently witnessing molly and we don't understand it. and we can't tolerated us. lawmakers demand sanctions on russia, nor stream to gas pipeline blabbing moscow for a price, so on europe's gas market. thus, despite the market retreating from an all time record off, the putin's pledge to boot supplies and also the world health organization. so it's
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close to approving rushers of sputnik re cope shot, but getting the vaccine certificates recognized internationally is proving difficult. something experienced 1st hand by a german member of parliament. hungarian who got 2 shots of these funny b vaccine considering a restaurant in berlin. i also 40 vaccinated with sputnik v. i'm not allowed to enter this restaurant. ah, well, it's already turned into a busy saturday morning here on our t international mind from moscow at just off at 10 o'clock. now here in the morning, we've got audio news set to go. so molly has accused of french forces of training extremist group submitted deepening feud between the 2 countries. a 16 soldiers were ambushed and killed by terrorists in northern marley. on tuesday, the prime minister has pointed the finger at paris,
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accusing it of deceased jessie. the molly government still doesn't control the region of key doll their arms groups trained by french offices. we have evidence of that. in our language, there is a phrase if you search for a needle in your room, but the person also looking for it is standing on it. you'll never find it. and this is the situation we are currently witnessing molly and we don't understand it and we can't tolerate it. french troops have been and marley since early 2013 fighting is the most militant. but more than 8 years into the intervention, the security crisis has only worsened with new terror factions. emerging. g hardy attacks continue to devastate the sa hell region of north africa, and with a growing backlash against the french presence. emanuel micron has agreed to pull most of the troops out. last week, the french president slammed the my leon government saying it has quote, 0 credibility after 2 military. coups. meanwhile marley's prime minister has accused france of abandoning his country. if they lose
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w. firstly, the terrorists came from libya and who destroyed the libyan state. it was france and his allies. those terrorists came from abroad and then they expanded to secondly, when the malia government asked france for help in 2013, the authorities only wanted air support and intelligence, but no troops on the ground france complied with that request in a few areas. but when they reached key, dal they blocked the molly military from entering, creating an enclave for and what happened next. in order to establish new governments, the french contact to members of answer are deemed an organisation considered to be an international terry script by the u. s. law is the molly wing of al qaeda and they also contacted the leaders of the so called national movement of as of as freedom. harris said it would help them divide molly and give them their own state as of as freedom were exiled by the molly and people because they were angry at them. they hidden burkina faso. the moral image was in tatters because they were plotting with terrorists. and they went to political power as they were a minority, even among the torak population. they went to military power because they had been
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exiled from of them for the quino faso and brought them to key dove in doing so. france, united, the national movement about freedom with a number of groups considered to be terrorists to create a group. they call the coordination of about movements and fronts keep, keep out of this organization. we heard from a hub, co chair with the american media coalition for democracy. things african nations need to handle their own security. however, the french intervention has only made matters worse. wouldn't finance to name some local because this is the bible region. maybe, but i have to put a name from a settlement of that tribe. i think the relation is gonna be $38.00 and more to put on for them, for the mally people than anybody. i, i know different i would prefer that you had a country, but they gotta also keep an eye on the nation because we don't want what happened
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in 2000 and 4 pm in northern africa and in the middle east, where i says it's spread out through the region, the african nation, they need to create the force eventually to put an end and 2 to 2, or press the organization. because they are real one and their own company before they don't want anybody else. politicians in the united states or seizing on europe's energy crisis to demand sanctions against russia, north stream gas pipeline. and some lawmakers are planning moscow for a record price search and us despite market chaos, easing off the president putin's pledge to supplies. let's get more details now. here's our correspondent donald quarter. the call for sanctions can once again be heard in the us capital with fingers pointing at, you guessed it, russia us. congressman michael mccaul says moscow's up to some malign activity,
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trying to weaponized the nord stream to gas pipeline, president biden. and chancellor merkel committed to taking action should russia attempt to use energy as a weapon? yet both of tend to blind eye to the person regimes, deliberate efforts to pressure europe into accelerating the russian node stream to pipelines, certification process by manipulating europe's gas markets, and leveraging a severe energy crisis on the continent. us politicians have long been accusing russia of trying to hold europe's feet to the fire by trying to drive up the price of natural gas and gain support for the completion of nord stream to. but mccaul statement came just 2 days after russian president vladimir putin promised to boost europe's natural gas supplies. that caused a price decrease of over 20 percent. the opposite of some evil plan for a price hike and german chancellor angler merkel even said it herself. russia doesn't have anything to do with these outrageous gas prices to fog. it is a gift. this. if you ask me whether there have been orders that russia has taken
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and then fail to fulfill as it stands now, that is not the case. various, there are no orders that frush has said, no, we will not deliver those to you, and we are not pumping gas through the ukrainian pipeline. rather, russia can only fulfill orders that have been contracted out. so the question is really, isn't being ordered. as for russia, foreign minister, sir gay live rov said the u. s. is trying to turn europe against moscow. so your list of 30 of them will go to the us openly say that cooperation with russia is contrary to europe's energy security interests. they want to directly embroiled in this area and reduce our independence. europe's future could look pretty bleak without russian gas. so why would washington treat its friends like this? the pipeline has been completed and it's, it's to the situation now is about approval on the you is in a fiscal situation when the pressure is going to be maybe not immediately, but the pressure is going to be substantially got this over the line if with 2 months from now we're in the midst of
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a cold wind. sudden pressure is going to ramp open. i don't think sanctions is going to ultimately get in the way of out at any rate. winter is approaching. there's not enough warmth to go around. and gas prices have been getting heated. ah ah, to make matters worse, this energy crisis is in danger of becoming a food crisis in the netherlands. energy shortages are forcing green houses to go dark and cold. the result is that they're also empty and producers don't know when
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they'll be able to start planting again. this a drastic measures that reduce production and yield and have major economic consequences for the companies. what can not rule out what a consumer, so also pay more for the vegetables, flowers and plants. according to the food and agriculture organization, the price of food rose over 32 percent from its annual average and september. then in the u. k. the threat of a food crisis is even higher. a different shortage of transport drivers is forcing farmers to dump fresh milk by the 10s of thousands of leaders. so with cold weather round the corner and russia are ready to supply gas to europe, maybe it's time for washington to start cooperating instead of sanctioning about 7 years ago. that could he and more supply today your market wire pipeline that was never billed them. he's house 3000 dream boss. preventative from being
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constructed in the summer 2014. and so, so now it seems as if all the i, all the criticism available is simply directed against the most stream. and it simply doesn't make sense to the real matches, take in, in terms of making a guess as much as the way level as the contracts allow, when we speak of anna to weapon a lot of people, even. so those who have been a born here, then $73.00, will always think of all what, for instance, i'll pay the arab countries to stay in the nights in seventy's, we had at $7.00 instances non supply and non exploit of oil. this what we can call it in like an an a to weapon. if you want to use that natasha, that's in the current context of the many context, long term delivery castillo contracts that exist between the russian federation. and there he is, you conference and beyond that,
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it simply doesn't make sense to use it. rogers of sputnik v. cobra vaccine is close to being approved by the world health organization. a spokesperson for the organization made that announcement on friday. however, getting a sputnik certificates recognized internationally is still proving to be an uphill struggle in germany lawmaker from the left pod. he is fighting a law suit off the local authorities fail to accept his sport. next re certificate fee to them. so that means people like him won't have the same free movement rights as other vaccinated citizens, and it is in contrast to hungary, which is treating old vaccines the same. and we had a chance to speak with the to them. i got a hungarian who got 2 shots of these funny vaccine. can sit in a restaurant in berlin. i also 40 vaccinated woods pudding v. i'm not allowed to enter this restaurant. why? because of european legislation and a you panama ruling to be exact. that if
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a vaccine is approved in a city and state, this person can move freely around the u territory. and i think even a child can understand that it contradicts the principle of equality as a german citizen. i don't have the same rights, but visiting a restaurant as a citizen of a country where sputnik v is approved. this is one of the economic wars of the german oligarchy against russia. we have had to deal with in different forms for already more than a century. now, i don't always agree with russia, but how russia is being treated, how the intelligence services use every opportunity to create destabilization in russia. it takes me off. the president of taiwan has insisted she's not seeking conflict with china while also warding of catastrophic consequences. if beijing were to try and seized the island, this comes off to reports that us soldiers have been training forces in taiwan, which of course china considered to be its own territory. ortiz simon, right,
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give us his take on the latest escalation. i won as a bit of a dilemma. we'll join our tank. will america attack back if china are attacked should attack, if attacked. taiwan is warning that china could be capable of a full scale invasion by 2025. although considering that since friday, over a $150.00 chinese will plains, including jets and nuclear capable bombers have entered this same area sort taiwan cause it's air defense zone 2025 might be wishful faking on taiwan. part of course, is always worth pointing out the in the world of geo politics. nothing is exactly as it seems. apparently, all those chinese planes did actually stay in international airspace. and although it certainly wasn't a friendly wave at taiwan, it could also be interpreted as a response to this. the aircraft carriers from the us and u. k. combined with a helicopter carrier from japan to conduct exercises and went to taiwan and the same weekend that china made a record number of incursions into timelines,
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air defense zone. the name of the us, japan, the u. k. canada netherlands and new zealand. we're taking part in that, so somewhere between join is planes and the west ships, it will taiwan to yourself. i wants defense minister sense relations with china are at their worst and for decades this little island, which keeps itself busy making semiconductors, which make, show everything in your house work properly lives in a very strange diplomatic nether world. i mean, i'm not going to go into the history now because you can read wikipedia as well as i can, but essentially taiwan believes itself as an independent nation. whereas china does not believe that president g of china has euphemistically been talking about reification for some years now saying things like, we do not promise to renounce the use of force and reserve the right to use all necessary measures. us kind of hints that it will come to tie warns aid of a war actually starts. and in a very american wave beads in loads of weapons. if on the wall street journal said
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this week that actually some us change the already station there. but there is no official defense packed with washington and america still doesn't officially recognized taiwan as an independent nation, which is important in the current environment because this form of forestall, u. s. general says the united states did not defend a 20 year ally in afghanistan and surrendered the country. and that is what they're saying. your fate will be as long as you stay aligned with the united states, protection doesn't always seem to be the right word when it comes to taiwan because the strategy around a war, there is not so much about keeping people safe about both sides threatening to call so much college that war becomes too expensive, which is not really that reassuring is it? so how confident should taiwan b that it's friends will come to? it's 8. well, i'll let the u. s. national security far as a deal with that. but if it is military action is the united states prepared to take military action,
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we are going to take action now to try to prevent that day from ever coming to pass . so no thing is joe biden, he's not willing to just sit by and washing, paying intimidate, and ally. i've spoken to you about how we agree we will buy. i want agreement that we are really clear that it will be due by the group of $5050.00 and whether yet she knows all that agreement is that joe biden has done the one thing that any millennial with an i phone with sarah the us in china have region agreement in principle for the 2 presidents to have a virtual meeting before the end of the year. yes, the to organize the summit? well, a virtual summit, basically, the 2 men with a wells future in their hands. i gotta face time each other at some point in the next few months, possibly because she refuses to leave china. that sharon and joe,
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realistically speaking taiwan is best lies in the fact that generally, beijing doesn't stop, was unlike taiwan lanes. it's unlikely that the u. s. would risk a larger war depending taiwan less? washington actually desires a larger war. now, some argue that a limited conflict over taiwan, more interest in the south china sea is possible, but this is doubtful. even a small conflict would create a point of no return. and us china relations that have severe security and economic consequences with global implications. and aside from that, it's not clear this high one would survive the conflict, even if the usa did it. but as a general question of trust, one has to consider what the usa, lydia can ascend, occurred and many other through time and understand the u. s. commitments can be an effective and fickle who point to ruination. the bottom line is that the situation appears to gotten increasingly dangerous over the past several months,
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perhaps went out saying you asked, stepping back from the brink of the agreement to hold a virtual summit between the u. s. and chinese presidents, by the end of the year, comes off to a closed door meeting in switzerland between beijing and washington. those talks raised hopes of a reproach, went off to multiple disputes including a tariff war. and we spoke with a pack long, long senior lecturer and politics have bought the university in the u. k. and he thinks the u. s. administration needs to be more realistic when it views its rivalry with china, economically and technology equally. china is obviously on the rise, also east military, but checked the snot and it's polity, but it's already the 2nd largest in the. well, the us are this proportion, they slee the new tree spending east, the largest, and i don't think china is going to catch up here for sean. however, the united states, economic and technology 10 on logical capability,
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east tree in decline. we cannot just so say that why not us and china sit down and make peace with each other and have a half and all, i think this is too naive. you got to be realistic in the only option would have for, for the global committees to managed them. yeah. so that where, where one is rising, the other one is declining, that they don't a full blown but the war? yeah. this is, this is what we can do. yeah. i feel to come in the program here one r t cove. it might be a disaster globally, but it certainly put some big pharma bosses on the forbes rich list will give you details animal part of the brain. with
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to what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy, even foundation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk now and the 21st century. we have a, a panic buying spree and commodities. commodities have had a new all time high, higher than a 20 a lot higher than at any time in history. and yet what's lagging horribly, gold and silver. this commodities boom is being spurred really by oil. oil is to really the new goal is the global goal is to global currencies, the petrol dollars been with us since 1971, when the u. s. widest from gold to oil, to back its currency. and so j girl, the fear alive today,
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he would be cornering the oil market to try to support our commodities panic, trying to get offload is wheat. oh, good if you join us for this program here. one, our team and alliance within an alliance for the 1st time since the creation of nato. 2 of us members have signed their own defense packed of the greek parliament ratified a deal with france on thursday. for the 1st time in explicit and unequivocal military assistance calls is provided in the case of a 3rd party attack on one of the 2 states. we all know who's threatening whom were the cause for war in the eastern mediterranean, with greece and turkey. currently at loggerheads over an oil rich zone. and the eastern mediterranean athens has sought additional support, even though the existing military obligations make greece and france military
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allies in the event of an outside attack. but speaking earlier this week, nato's chief, outlined his opposition to such deals. what i don't believe in is efforts to try to do something outside the native framework or compete with or duplicate nato, because nato remains the cornerstone in the bedrock for european security. and also actually for north american security. and while the new pact is the 1st between member states, it's not the only defense deal involving nato members signed as of late, only a few weeks ago the u. k. and us hopped into bed with australia and a deal that we'll see nuclear powered submarines patrolling the indo pacific region and eurasia center, vice president, earl rasmussen, things we could see more intro, nato defense packs in the future. and he told this to my colleague eula, ship of oliver. we've got issues within the nato alliance to say that it's, it's not an important alliance id, but i think i, i think europe needs to look out for themselves and they should realize that other
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allies don't necessarily look out after the interests of european aisd nay, to no longer fate for papa is to increase and france not trust or feel they can rely on that allies alliance between the u. k. u. s. ross earlier, christie place, which basically went against alliances. basically put a put a dagger in the trust. there are a lack of trust that exist between major and the nato side. it is the key part of that. do you think we will see more defense plants between nato members than i do? i think we're pending how this goes. i do see that we will see additional packs internally within the nato alliance between ours so while millions worldwide have lost their livelihood since the start of the pandemic times have never been better for big pharma, the main shareholders of my daughter, no one of the leading producers of cobra vaccines are now on the forbes rich list.
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one of them is timothy springer, an early investor in the us fun. his fortune has shot up to nearly $6000000000.00. next we have moved out on those chairman and co founder new, bought a fagin worth 5000000000 with board member robert lying on not fall behind in 200 and 22nd place. now none of these 3 were in the top 400 before this year. now the staggering wealth of u. s. farmer bosses has prompted some key questions in the media. firstly, whether global calls for coven booster shots are financially driven. secondly, why corporations are raking in the profits from taxpayer funded research. and thirdly, why they're refusing to share that life saving, know how with the rest of the world. those points are being widely raised on line. of course, the company made money of the vaccine, but the u. s. g greatly helped fund the final product, and no one should have become the richest american during
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a global pandemic come on. even though modernity, founders made the forbes $403.00, just least pharma companies are refusing to share the vaccines with the world immoral. how about a list of names of people who have died of cove? it because they couldn't access a vaccine in parts because of madonna's reluctance to share its vaccine technology to help increase supplies. or are we are society, the only values billionaires cove, it is the best thing that ever happened to them. no wonder they want to keep it going with unnecessary boosters and more vaccines. next year. we heard from our global health policy expert, dr. moga camel, jani as she thinks, the scale of big pharma profits during the pandemic and nothing short of immoral. then i never made anything that way. you know, it doesn't have any doubts in pharmacies and by fresh for that reason that it 19 vaccine. same was my own day and they just made billions basically at the
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moment we are not found that me. why can we date to be stronger? why not, if you don't have crowns that got on? maxine pharmaceutical companies can make you know, other vaccines and make billions of dollars. so it seems like a bunch of companies and that's your whole make billions of dollars and the rest of the world that was going to want suffer in not day. nobody said no profit, but to have this up seen property while that it was people's lives of shots and he's not just the more insane. in some other news hornets, he classes have wrapped it in the west bank at a rally against the construction of new israeli settlements. is already forces use t, a gas sound bombs and rubber bullets to dispose. palestinian protesters on friday, according to local red crescent, felt he full people. what injury now easter russo. i'm also saw major stand off on friday. i robot,
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solidarity activists along with left wing israeli activists to gather, to denounce a plan, to evict $28.00 palestinian families. a cordelia offered a compromise allowing some families to remain in their homes for 15 years, though without recognizing them as the owners of volcano was continuing to spew lava and to residential areas on the island. all black palma of eruption in spain's canary islands have been going on novel, almost 3 weeks with rivers of molten rock. devastating several villages ash clouds of disrupted flights in the region and nearly 6000 people have been forced to flee their homes. the u. s. navy is asking boeing to stop providing new fighter jets saying it already has enough, although congress wants to keep funding the plane saying failure to do so, would put jobs at risk. this critically important aircraft have been part of the fabric of our community for decades. but plans to cut funding for this program,
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put manufacturing jobs in our region. ek risk. although it's in the industry's best interest building the ships that you want to build lagging on repairs to ship santa submarines, lobbying congress to buy and croft that we don't need that access to our needs. it's not helpful. in 2019 a boeing received a full $1000000000.00 contract to build super hornet multi roll fighters. do to be ready by the end of this year. although the u. s. general accounting office has found that 11 similar programs during the last 30 in years are proven more expensive than planned or ended up behind schedule. and we discussed the story with dave lind off editor of the news website. this can't be happening. got net. every district has some work on these big weapons systems like fighter jets and bombers and, and ships. and so every congress person wants to have some work assigned to their district so that they can say that they created jobs. but it's
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a terrible plan. and also incredibly expensive, it's the most expensive, a fighter plane that's ever been built, you know, rather than buying more of those there, there was an effort to get the f 18 updated a bit so that it could be bought. and part of the deal is that if you happen to have more boeing plants in your district than you want the up 18 because it's made by boeing, it's all about having jobs in your district that you can brag about it the next election. well, any thoughts you think you may have missed on our checking out online at r t dot com? we're back at the top of the hour with more of your saturday. hadn't joined me every thursday on the alex salmon show when i was speaking to guess of the world politics sport business. i'm show business. i'll see you then.
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oh hi, i'm max kaiser. this is the kaiser report. oh, you know, those current days that we live in is not particularly unique. we've had previous ages of scull degree oligarchy, ari and other tricks. stacey. right, well, you know, people have been pointing out that were in the age of the robber baron. and that really started right around the last global financial crisis. and of course, in the data you can show and you can see that the wealth of income gap has been exploding. and certainly over the past year, year and a half, we're seen robber, baron sorta fortunes. the vanderbilt sort of fortunes.


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