tv Documentary RT October 10, 2021 12:30pm-1:01pm EDT
these people have no soul. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, 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 successful. a very critical time, time to sit down and talk ah, green water. and we go through the streets that i will say are some of them make them feel that they are fellow human beings. people in the communities did
fund them. i think you brita water to anywhere, you know, like i started saying water. that's the straw point the but i think the trust of that on that shit that they have lost with read bill if you need to get with yeah. yeah. like with the low flashy food in front of you, we have 2 blocks from the old of auto pilot. and this is where we are pretty much in the slums. a blog and i have with
why not with i know so many vibrant, beautiful homeless people. and there's a saying that homelessness is a temporary condition. so it's not, it's something that you experience, it's a phase of your life, but it's not who you are. you don't say i am a homeless. you say hi, i am homeless right now. i won't be forever. i wasn't before and i won't be forever . you say we're lost? no, i've got a map. got lost. yeah. but we don't know why we don't we. i know where we're going
i've never been homeless my entire life until a year and a half ago. i'm on the street. i live on the street and i'm not sad. i'm actually happy. i work every day towards my dream. i don't think anything is hopeless. i just happen to live on the street, haven't found enough consistent income for me to have a place to live or somebody to stay with me. probably zation is what we're doing. and we've been talking about this for a while. can prove is in there, we're improving, we're starting with nothing with only what we've got. we're improving.
take the top of the homelessness. josh, okay. all right. here we go with the use of the topic homelessness. so we're moving around right around with the topic of homelessness. we are going to present a piece that we call stop and go. well listening to her work. go with a lot of people don't realize. i think that word has a lot of jame or guilt or something surrounding it. hopeless. i've heard the term home was not a lot of people hear that word it's, it's not their fault. they just think that they can't do stuff because of that word isn't life i chose, this is what i want. it's like everything went at once, all at once. first it was my job, then it was my family. it was 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
is passing time. every day we say every day knocking on the door of some church. what i want more than this. someone told me there was more oh my god, i am so tired of the smell of your word everywhere. i can't get away from it. somebody give me life or something. it's not enough. there's like enders down the street everywhere. trash. so many get me out of this place and we're not going to leave any food on the ground. but if someone is sleeping, we at least want to leave a water for them by their 10. and if the women would please take the feminine product, because that makes more sense. i think there's a bag for everybody now. more or less. right. okay.
i hear you. yes. i was like oh, that's something i remember. yeah. okay, let's go with the nice thing to give away with an hour and a half. right. i remember everybody's doing ohio and there's a what chair meal dedicated itself to is at least let's not have people starve or me come dehydrated on the street
i don't know if you're thinking way too much and it's obvious that this group has been like eric shaking his head. we don't think in here. it's okay. it's okay. we get out of our heads. we trust our instincts, our guts are stories don't think, don't think sometimes i look homeless. sometimes i don't. sometimes i tell people i told people i was on the street before they say i, you don't look like it. but i am as i have a smile, my face happy, i'm excited and i'm happy because i'm doing, i'm living, i'm living, i'm not making any excuses. i have things, interests, i'm in and i pursue you're very welcome. people should not be on the street in the richest country in the world. so we have some food and water.
they can have a brita ways one rudo got there. yeah. one spicy with welcome. okay. i was strong faith believing god. i go to church. i read the bible lot, i keep my head focused on the bigger picture or cry constantly pray i do things for other people. that's a big one. mm. choose a jew tight. jimmy got me shoes,
free from the salvation army to where i had johnny where you had body over my insurance. yeah. right. i get your current on the cob long. yeah. baby. alright. are you good? good. good. are you going to nights? nice night. been on the bed, sitting on the bench. you got old stories, right. odd yadi dates again body figure love. yeah. okay. all right. ah sweet guy, ah ah, ah, the way of life and reindeer herders leading and traditionally nomadic lifestyle in the tundra is similar to a parallel reality. i was the main drive. the
hood, women carry the weight of the household work on their shoulders. rather than that, she'd met with, however, in the vast expanse of russia, there is a spot where a house wife could secure a regular employment status. it's in the final semester. i'm sure i'm with one and i make no, no board is a team and you fresh as emerge. we don't have a charity. we don't to look back. see the whole world leads to take action and to be ready,
people are judgment. common crisis with we can do better, we should be doing better. every one is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is going to response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are in it together with when i see black america, i see part of my so i was growing young. black americans spoke to me when white australia did not. those who say black lives matter is a movement we are importing from america. no, nothing of who we are. i lived in a world where white lives mattered. and i was not why like mission.
and i wasn't known from black america. i learned how to speak back to whiteness. aboriginal people of iraq law every day. we are out loaded system now will be the police were out with just the. i'm scared that more children are going to grow up in the country that think says no racism, but they're more likely to end up in the criminal justice system. then there are other fellow friends in daycare driven by drink, shaped by frontier. some of those with
there's sinks, we dare to ask ah, with both. ah ah, ah, i try and help people. if there's one thing you should do when you're on the street, if you want to get better, if you want to do better, you gotta do something for other people. gotta find some way to serve people, give skills, use your skills, and what you had helped people with
one joins for personal do whatever you can help to be of service. and that's why i think i'm so happy. one of the reasons i'm always sharing night. thank you for this evening. jesus name, we ask you to bless us. fill us with the holy spirit. are gathered here under your roof, thought of god. we ask you to lift us to guide us at all times. not a god. help us. stay up in aware of your presence guide us always thought of god. keep any negativity, phyllis, the positivity goes with love, joy, hope, in peace. jesus name, amen. bring
yeah. the thing i was told the linda social media is other than lem from us in the lindsey less than the other one . i called on on flipped. okay. okay. is i was on the way then to because im or less and to because i love media. okay. hello. okay. which is the mothers is hi, good morning. the for has, this is mira good. how are you doing? and i just wanted to let you know that we just received a missing person from somebody that only corolla just in case you have seen
somebody with his description. he is 22 years old between 66 and 67 inches tall. and the only distinctive features that he has is that the 2 in his 4 arm with the name ah matter. yeah. that's a quarrel. yes, i don't know which arm is because of the family can remember. yeah, that's the only thing that he has. he doesn't have any factors or dental work. he was feeling okay. he went just travelling with a group. thank. he came back to try to help her pregnant women and all the guy in the last night a i found this.
can somebody the difference last tuesday? tonal to little little cruises, little and components here. 2 could you go month to the dna bill, upper seneca call. notice that they saw lots of was a just a close to a point of las cruces. can you or go no sound really useful over the phone? no. monica logan, real. mm. no, monica could hit him. witcher, let me think us, unity but. but this should happen is a percent. i'm what a, the impulses is. i'm wondering how soon gran event to luck, a persona or work to key a person. but as i'm working, anybody unless you know the local to the discipline in this up
a 1000000 a hosting plans in here to see this also gives every campus ah do of there's 3000 buddies that we have found about 2000 names there by 3, by the paulson that we don't have a name, but are, but now they now they're doing dna sampling, you know, from, from families and from the bones. so now we'll be able to match those, the, they samples and, and identify some people. but sometimes all we find is just one bomb and his and
the bomb could be there for 10 years. so it's very difficult to make a match we just from one moment. okay, we have struggled over time with how to examine these remains. what to do with the remains of people who we are are not able to identify. we try to gather whatever information we can about them. to compare against missing persons reports that we may receive up to including comparing dna to family members. if we are in contact with them to see if they are related to the remains that we have recovered
about 86 percent of the people that we found have been male and most of them are in their twenties or thirties. this is a demographic of people that are crossing usually for work or for family reasons. not with a large group of family members seeking amnesty. ah, join me every thursday on the alex simon. i'll be speaking to guess all the world politics sport, business. i'm sure business, i'll see you. then these are the 4 people who pull the trigger and survive something and survival. one to
the hardest things that i had to face was not counting a face at a low expectation of life. i accepted. accept the fact that i made that we had no fears. general change pre fashion, 4 shots. different stories behind the bullets. ah, 20 years ago the taliban were different today or more violent than ever before. 20 years ago, they really turned out to stick with central prince for so called today did i have none of classical at all except that they are using this principle claim has their own interest. but years ago, there was some sort of kind of dialogue with the others to see what they can do today. they are so kind of restrict your limits. if you check your chicken one cabinet, one interesting fall question and from in, from inside question there just completely concentrated on west gulker. so talk
about it on a in the stories that shape the week. we marked 20 years since the u. s. and allies invaded afghanistan and toppling the taliban regime. and now in the wake of the pentagon, pull out many questions are still being asked with violence. they're continuing to rage ramp and gas prices scale down in europe, off the russia pledges to boost supplies bought. the move hasn't stopped us politicians from blaming moscow for the crisis. and the rapid rise of one of europe's youngest leaders comes to a dramatic holt as australian leader, sebastian kurtz, quit mitigations of embezzlement and bribery.