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that late dom too, i took the spy obscene. these people up nor sold a claims that priest shouldn't report sex crimes against children. if they are revealed. during the confession get the top french bishop summoned by the interior minister. we speak to a victim of child sexual abuse by the clergy. oh, full. a child who trauma is engraved in my memory. very precise details. one cannot commit crimes and simply say by i'm ashamed of the crimes. i have committed. domestic terrorists parents in the u. s. are branded to that and face a probe after criticizing critical race theory in schools,
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we hear from one mother about it later in the program. and showing a shakespeare classic to a class sees one american college lecturer, varg after students were apparently outraged, over the lead actor wearing black face to portray the man character main character . excuse me, in the 19 sixty's movie of a fellow ah . broadcasting live direct, more studios in moscow. this is art international. i'm john thomas. certainly glad to have you with us. we start with news just in on our t international. a small plane has crashed in the u. s. state of california setting at least one home on fire and damaging others to people have been confirmed dead, although it is not known if they were on the plane or in the house, firefighters and investigators are on the scene. of course, our new team is following the situation and we will keep you updated as we get more information. stay tuned. by switching gears now,
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france's top bishop is in hot water after claims that priest should not report sex crimes against miners. if the offense is revealed during confession he's due to meet the country's interior minister who is against the idea of church rules taking precedence over french law. we have spoken to the founder of a victims association who himself suffered to sexual abuse at the hands of the clergy. the level of hill halls when we came to france, i was 8 or 9 years old. my parents wanted me to join the scouts group. so i spent almost 2 years there until i was sexually assaulted by bernard. pray, not found myself alone with him and the door was closed. he hugged me, he lost it around 15 minutes and he was saying something i couldn't understand. i didn't understand what was happening, and i remember having my head completely crushed. i was completely crushed against his belly, and i remember seeing fiber of the fabric and the color of his shirt, his smell. this childhood trauma is engraved in my memory,
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very precise details. he kiss beyond the mouth of that. so went home under told what parents immediately according to a french commissions report on sex abuse by the clergy and the silencing of victims . there have been nearly 3000 perpetrators among church workers since the 1950s. more than 300000 minors were abused by the clergy with boys aging, between 10 to 13 making up most of the victims, overwhelming majority of the crimes mentioned in the report have passed the statute of limitations and can't be prosecuted francois deval claims that it's the policy of the french catholic church to conceal these atrocities or shortish unwisely. after i told my parents about the incident, they took me out of the scout group, but then they were harassed by the whole local community and on catholic neighbourhood who choose by parents of harming the church. they protected me from this. they tried to get the priest to leave and they succeeded after 8 months of fighting, but had to live with the reality that this had happened. i couldn't hide it from my
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family. i couldn't wool myself in when i understood the magnitude of it, i told myself that they would come on. i could confront this evil force and kill it, and that i would not miss the opportunity. so i am certain these atrocious crimes, their organization and concealment are evil, and we have in front of us, the vatican with all its power. my strength is that my opponents of understood that nothing will stop me. i have nothing to lose with investigates, commission must fulfill its responsibilities. prob francis expressed his great sorrow and called the report, a moment of shame for the whole church and in personally. but francois de vo insist that the pope should do more for the thousands of victims plough onto this hidden bus, excuse z, what is shameful is not apologizing for an atrocity committed in catholic institutions on hundreds of children. the pope has never ever sent a single message. never tried to contact us, but it's his responsibility we're talking about. it's not about his shame. we don't care about his shame on cannot commit crimes and simply say, i am ashamed for the crimes. i have committed. it doesn't work like that. the pope
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received cardinal barbarian, but he did not receive the victims. he did not receive the victim's associations despite the media coverage. divine justice is based on the statutes of limitations for sex crimes against minors. is that your religion? is that what you are explaining to us? you are a shipwreck of spirituality and a source of shame for humanity. pope francis, that's what i said to you. a diplomatic spat between algeria and france, it grows with the president to borne, demanding a total respect from its former colonial matter. relations between the 2 countries, remain strained over comments by the french president and new visa restrictions. we can't act like nothing happened. and our ambassador will only return to paris when france shows total respect for the all jerry and state. outside of recalling its ambassador, algeria has also banned the french military plains from its airspace. that moves come after french daily lamond published remarks by president micron in which he
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claimed the former colony is ruled by a political military system with a history rewritten to a discourse of hatred towards france. micron even reportedly asked if algeria existed before french colonization. paris has reduced its allocation of visas for algerians, moroccans and g nissans, according to its former colonies of not doing enough to allow illegal immigrants to return or to get more on this, we can cross live to gerald horn, who is the go to person for situations like this, gerald, let me ask you, micron has claimed that algerian history has been totally rewritten to a discourse of hatred towards france. that's from his those who are his words is clearly taken some time. so why has he only brought this up now? mr. malone is facing a very difficult reelection campaign. the right wing is growing by leaps and bounds
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. you may know that one of his main challenger as it appears, will be a television punted, interestingly enough, who was l. algerian origin. that is to say, he was part of the french movement across the mediterranean to algiers, beginning the 18 thirty's. when france colonized algeria. and i think that because of this right wing challenge a mr. ma chrome feels that he has to step up the rhetoric against algiers. but i think it will backfire, it will backfire for a number of reasons. a number one, france, like much of western europe, is heavily dependent upon natural gas exports from algeria. and i don't think that the algerian government will look very kindly appoint a tax appointed state when it's expected to keep french people warm during this coal upcoming winter. while there's not a lot of colonial guilt invoice. and in fact, quite the opposite. lamond they reported that much strong criticized algerian
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figures from the war of independence and in generally laid his former colony in general to french leaders not understand much damage their interference has done historically i think they do. i think that what is happening right now is france is engaging and cynicism. every french school child knows that before algeria came to independence, and 1962, many of the sufferers that i made reference to that is to say, the french you across the mediterranean to settle in algeria had come back to france with blood in their eye. and they, in fact, tried to assassinate charles de goal. they tried to undermine the french government, and they still remain a very potent powerful force. and so mister crone is engaging in a bit of cynicism when he brings up the spurious claims about how algeria supposedly hates france. and i should also add that given the horrors inflicted
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upon algeria during the decades of colonial occupation from 1830 to 1962, algeria might have good reason to despise paris. so what kind of a loaded question if you will, but how much do you think the french establishment rebels in its colonial path? i think that we need to realize that francis pretensions to being a great power basically rest of on is historic and contemporary role in africa without us exploitation of africa of france would basically be a middle ranking european power. and i think it's also well to know that france's object a string, wesley, to the fact that algeria has bard french aircraft from coming into its aerospace, which is going to complicate the effort not only of france to supposedly
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a tap down and repel in islam asus insurgency in the former french colonies, that is molly. but also it will hamper the efforts of france to keep an eye upon its former french colonies, which it continues to exploit. speaking of cote d'ivoire and sent a gall and burkina faso and the for assistance on there is a problem with immigration in europe. it's not a secret. for some reason, do you think france was justified in trimming the number of visas for not just algerians, but also moroccan vend tunisians? well, i think the problem was the process. i think it should have been done on a bilateral basis. more so than a unilateral basis, and in any case of that, that france like britain, which to have sought to keep our immigrants and now is suffering with regard to truck deliveries, france will also suffer. this is a self inflicted move. the french economy is heavily dependent upon exploitation of
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north africans. so in addition to the full paw with regard to circumventing a bilateral process concerning visa, allocation of france is also hampering its economy. which once again, is going to be problematic as we approached is difficult winter. all right, author historian gerald horn, always interesting to get your ideas on these things. thanks for being with us. you're not international. all right, domestic terrorists is how some american parents are being branded by the us school boards association. the organization filed a lawsuit against those who say, who they saying asked too many questions about the highly controversial critical race theory course, which says it teaches children about inequality and discrimination. one mother claimed that she was bullied by her daughter's school for even requesting information about the program. dmitri pollock comments. if you think you should
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have a say in your child's education, then congratulations. you now might be investigated by the f, b i and labeled a domestic terrorist or just get a lawsuit like this mother from rhode island. i just wanted to re enroll my daughter in kindergarten and know what she was learning. and i asked the principal whether they were going to learn critical race area and gender theory. and it turns out they would be, they thought that they don't call kids boys and girls. they don't use gender terminology than the 1st thanksgiving. they asked kids what could have been done differently on thanksgiving, and they teach kids a certain line of thinking about history and every grade. and when i asked more questions about, what does this mean, why don't you call kids or think girls and how exactly are you teaching american history? they told me to use that met hobbling records for class. and when i did submit public records request, my school been threatened to sue me because they thought that i submitted too many requests re i had too many were too many questions. so my school bullied and
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harassed me in a public meeting. they treated me like i was having a show trial, but the law sued could soon become the lease of her worries. a lobbying group called the national school board association, sent a letter to the biden and administration, asking to prosecute dissenting parents, which it says are essentially threatening violence against teachers and education board members. and literally equating these parents to domestic extremists, the classification of these heinous actions could be the equivalent to a form of domestic terrorism and hate crimes. as such, national school boards association who quest a joint expedited reviewed by the u. s. department of justice, education and homeland security. additionally, it's asking the u. s. government to use against parents all tools at his disposal. even the patriot act intended to prevent international terrorism by, you know, actual terrorists now, so my thing that all this is a bit over the top, you know, considering most of the lobby groups, complaints are about parents, quote,
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threats of harassment. it's in other words, just mothers and fathers disagreeing. however, it seems the justice department didn't have to think twice in just 5 days after the letter was sent to us attorney general merritt garland ordered the f b. i to investigate the parents and seek ways to prosecute them and stop this quote, disturbing trend. the department takes these incident seriously, and it's committed to using it so thought a tune resources to discourage these threats, identify them when they occur, and prosecute them when appropriate. i'm direct them. yes, be i work with each us attorney to convene meetings with federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial leaders in each federal judicial district within 30 days of the issuance of this memorandum. right? because apparently who cares about organized crime, drug trafficking, skyrocketing murder rates, and so on the f b, i needs to focus on the stuff that really poses a threat to society, school board meetings, and complaining parents. needless to say,
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the parents trying to exercise their right to free speech shows, sorry, the domestic terrorists have been appalled by this move. they now want to intimidate us into silence. by putting out this memo nationally saying that we might be federally investigated. we advocate you hard for our can the attorney general merrick garland, he is a lying propagandist. he should resign. this is in a courageous abuse of power. he is attacking parents where the pillars of society. we are waiving our children to be the next american. and now the department of justice use us as an enemy. this is part of a larger colonial purge of ideological county. and the outrage over the attorney general's decision doesn't stop with the parents. many are already seeing this move as basically confirmation that the biden administration is ready to go to extreme
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lengths to silence descent. even if it means putting people on a black list, i have a feeling and a fear that the left has become more authoritarian than we can really even imagine, be afraid of your government. and that's a sad thing from someone in the government to say, is it domestic extremism for a parent advocate for their child's best interests every day brings new reports about this administration, weaponized the federal bureaucracy to go after political opponents. frankly, i don't think we've ever seen anything like it in american history may for those of us who missed the mccarthy era, i guess this president is intent on bringing it to us, but with new force and new power and new urgency. unlike anything we've ever seen, debates and protests are supposed to be the cornerstone of american democracy. however, lately, it seems that simply shutting up the other side is becoming the preferred method, especially for those who feel threatened by dissenting opinions. christopher harris of the rights group and the hyphenated america says,
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teaching has turned into indoctrination. it's almost laughable if it weren't so tragic. this is something that is definitely an overstuffed or massive overstuffed by the, by the administration to get involved in something that is purely a local school matter. that is not the purview in any way. stretch a form of the federal government. i call it the educational industrial complex. they do not want the kid, the parents seeing what they're teaching their kids. that's the problem. and you should be very concerned about school teachers, administrators who don't want you as a parent to know what you're, what, what's being taught to your kids 6 to 8 hours a day for teachers today are indoctrinated. they're not educators. i was educated to work. educate means to help draw from with in. these are indoctrinated. they're trying to tell kids what to think. instead of trying to help kids learn how to think you're with our international still coming to program
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a new anti coven pill should be good news, but it is, i watering the price tag and it appears to be getting more attention than anything else. just one of our story still had after short break. stay with joinme me every thursday on the alex salmon show. i'll be speaking to guess in the world of politics, sport business, i'm show business. i'll see you then. oh, driven by dreamer shaped banks and kirsten. those with
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who dares sinks, we dare to ask a chase bank, and i tell people lending against entrepreneurs necessarily. they only wanna lend against real estate speculation. so this was created the biggest real estate bubble in history. that's now collapsing. oh, we'll come back. this is our t international. now a u. s. music professor has lost his job for showing the 1965 oscar winning film a fellow. it's after some students expressed outrage over the lead actor wearing blackface, to portray the main character in the shakespearian adoption. well,
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culture has gotten so out of control on university campuses that now even professors who themselves are statistically speaking, unlikely to be conservative or being targeted by students for failing to be politically correct enough. right. shane was a professor of composition at the university of michigan school of music, theater, and dance. and he had been with the university for over 26 years. that is until he dared to offend the sensibilities of one freshman class, shang show his class. the 1965 film, a fellow starring lawrence, olivia as delete. now that film a fellow did receive 8 different oscar nominations at the time that it was released . so i'm sure that most of us wouldn't think twice about seeing, included as part of a university class. but the problem you see at least according to some of shanks former students, is that as the morse king lawrence olivier, actually dance black faced throughout the entire film. remember shang was showing this film specifically to focus on the musical aspects. but it wasn't long after the screening ended that some students took it upon themselves to file complaints
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against shane. i was stunned in a school that purchase diversity that makes sure students understand the history of people of color in america. i was shocked. shang would show something like this in what is supposed to be a safe space. the classical interpretation of university and academia as a whole used to be a place where you would go to have your ideas challenged and probed and to be introduced to other opinions. some of which, yes, you might even find distasteful. and frankly, it does seem like a sad state of affairs that now students are seemingly so fragile that they can't even watch a film that offends them even without being asked to engage directly with the offensive material in question. without breaking down, professor shang did eventually come forth and apologize for showing the film. however, after that, some students still felt that shank had not done enough to make retribution. and so one week later he issued another apology. in a classroom, i am a teacher representing the university i'm. i should have thought of this whole
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diligently and fundamentally, i apologize of this auction was offensive and has made you angry. it also has made me lose. you will trust shang then when, as far to actually mentioned specific times in his career where he had collaborated with people of color despite the fact that he himself is a person of color just to illustrate that he bears no ill will to people of different races this grovelling was still not enough to appease these social justice activists who had apparently been so hurt by the showing of this film. in fact, 40 different students and staff from the university banded together to write a formal note addressing the department, asking for shank to be removed from his position. and so for the moment, at least she has in fact, stepped down from his teaching role. and as frustrating as this story is the sad truth is that this is far from the 1st time that students have been bullying their professors for failing to be woke enough for their standards. for example, recently a u. c l a professor came under fire for refusing to grade black students more lenient leave than white students in the wake of george floyd's death. and just
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last month, dr. peter bergen, of portland state university publicly resigned, criticizing his former university's failure to accept any ideas that go against social justice. passionate students may be a good thing, but at a certain point, universities are going to need to enforce the fact that students ultimately are there to learn, not to teach themselves, and certainly not to bully. shakespeare plays have caused a race related rouse before, including being dropped from the us curriculum on the allegations of promoting racism and a massage name. meanwhile, london's globe feeder has launched a project to the colonize his work with academics finding a midsummer night's dream, problematic for linking whites to beauty. the manufacturers of russia's product, v colored vaccine have criticized a report in british tabloid. the sun alleging moscow stole the formula to the astrazeneca jab and used it to create its own. now the gamma layer institute
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stresses that the story makes absolutely no scientific sense as sputnik use as a different, longer lasting platform. we discussed this with british national health services, surgeon and consultant around gte brock. he says that there are many reasons why the allegations are baseless. one being if you are going to copy someone else's work, how could you possibly produce yours 1st? or the oxford ass astrazeneca maxine schools itself. chad offs. chimpanzee adam, a virus opposite as a chimpanzee fact, in fact, has been lambasted slightly in the russian pass on occasion as being a monkey vaccine. and where is the camera lay is shoots, elaborates on their former a fully developed well known platform, which is 2 separate human told viruses 2 separate at no viruses. if you a bang to copy someone's work, how would you then produce it was before they had produced, the original app itself makes more logical sense. in fact, that that leads to the superior efficacy and safety profile of the family is sheets,
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vaccines. and the fact that the ease is t different agnew and vaccines and for the prime and boost chad. it means that there isn't cross reactivity and it's that release the, the, it, it's almost 9697 percent at a plea and it doesn't have the same at problems of safety profile with the, from moses a such to lean a sinus for moses in this fruit that you seen with the astrazeneca vaccine. the son claims that anonymous intelligence sources were sure vladimir putin spies had pinched the formula in person from the pharmaceutical giant. but despite the apparent inconsistency with the russian shot using different vectors, the british security minister chose to fan the flames while not confirming the story. i'm count. comments won't comment on the specific case, but it would be fat se correct to say that we face threats of this type that are
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different than most sophisticated, the more extensive than they ever have been before. journalists and broadcaster, neil clark told us that if evidence existed that moscow stole the astrazeneca formula, u. k. authorities would waste no time presenting it well. it's interesting as to why this is come out now isn't quite clear. we have no evidence because if they hadn't the next face it, if there was hard evidence that russia had actually stone. and i was super rush, super russian agents, russian super asian in the lab that had taken away photograph dawkins that been evidence based. then that would have been presented, that would certainly be presented in a press conference. if there was a smoking gun, so to speak, there hasn't been to that full, we would conclude that there isn't any evidence. so why they doing this for, i've started this role on while i think there was a correlation between these anti russian stories coming out. and when public opinion is beginning to turn against the governing authorities in britain, people have had enough all the restrictions in it. some part of the coach still going on they, they, they don't want another look down. they,
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they don't feel as if they're being told a truth about what's been going on. that could explain why this precise moment when people all that very, very angry and cross about government. and what's been going on that we get this bogeyman there, slash bab bogeyman once again being sort of brought to the, to the full. and you know for me on, i'm a security sources. producers of a new antiviral pill to fight cove. it are facing a backlash with people pointing to its hefty price tag. the pill is made by pharma giant merck, and it's called mal new peer over trial show that it reduces cove hospitalizations and deaths by 50 percent. and unlike most vaccines that can be stored at room temperature, but in the us, the treatment costs about $700.00 for a 5 day course. even though the price of producing that course is just $18.00. and this comes as the owners of another farm, a giant, modern em have made the forbes list of americas richest people. it's prompting
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questions about whether global calls for covered booster shots are financially driven. and why corporations are raking and profits from taxpayer funded research. medical charity doctors without borders thinks companies are blatantly prior to prioritizing profits over our health. and again, highlighted a number of days that drop in getting out of the bank to make it something that pharmaceutical corporations need to refrain from. and you can look at the genetic price, which is ranges from $15.00 to $20.00 a treatment. the $700.00 price is absolutely outrageous. if you watch what's going on in vaccine, by then more than i have made millions of dollars of profit. why depriving the developing countries of these vaccines apply? so it's really critical that you do something different for try to be the treatment . we know repeat apathy that happened on vaccines for treatment essay. the drug is already under genetic production in india,
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and it will be available once that regulatory bodies approval i didn't use. and the price is going to be between $15.00 to $20.00 per treatment, significantly less than the $700.00, right? that does it from now, it will be back in about 31 minutes with another full infrastructure news. this is our international stay with ah, a
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