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o direct, what is true, was his way in the world corrupted, you need to descend her join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah, ah, president, who can say is europe's own miscalculations resulted in their current energy crisis . confronting head on the narrative that russia is weapon, ising, or intentionally withholding gaps. also coming up in the program this hour, the german city of cologne gives the green light to broadcasting the muslim call to prayer, a move, which has very much divided opinion there. i think this very great is wrong. i think religion is something personal. it's nice multiculturalism,
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i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great either. ah, mid day in sao paulo 11 pm and singapore and 6 in the evening right here in moscow this wednesday, october. the 13th. welcome to the news are all righty. first, this whedon stay speaking russian energy week. it is day one. today, president putin has waited on the gas price hike in europe, unfiltered. some tough questions, dispelling what he has called false narrative. so for moscow strategy on the global energy market, let's take a look. so close to seattle, but as far as north stream to is concerned, don't opponents and the project to have claim that this is not a commercially viable product and russia if, pursuant geopolitical motivations can week. well, you know, this is yet another related with nonsense of what i just need you to pay closing
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attention to what i'm saying on this root is did with 1000 kilometers shorter and quicker to our main consumers in europe that and via you crank these, he 2000 kilometers more efficient, it's cheaper because the transit is cheaper to do, and it's also cheaper for common to virtue because the transit fee has to be included in the anne rice in particular for european customers. we are doing this, a little white are political differences. this year we have increased supply by 10 percent. it can let me very much like it em most to be grateful. instead of only criticizing us from orange notes to look well. ilia tranquil is our man out russian energy week on this across all the days. major statements for sna or a better understanding. i just want to give you a quick insight into the context of mister putin's latest remarks add to the russian energy week 2021 to the a post cove. it powered demand globally has been on the up and this really led to major changes in the supply chains and led to destroy disruptions. and this in
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turn led to shortages of supplies in europe. in particular, the prices for natural gas at one point skyrocketed to unprecedented levels and death that many analysts indeed call this a true global energy crisis. but in that times, specifically russia by some has even been blamed for politicizing the matter. and before that for years, moscow has been under fire for some of its infrastructure projects like gas, the nord streaming, to in particular for direct natural gas deliveries from russia to the northern coast of germany. and like i've been hearing from many experts here on day one of russia's energy we get there has been reassessment. and reassessment is also something that mr. putin has been talking about. he also spoke about what he called
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mistakes on the part of a some of brushes partners when it comes to their energy policies. so let's have a look at what else the russian leader said about that austin nuggets via group is higher prices on gas in europe are a consequence of a deficit of energy and not vice versa. and that's why you should match them, you know, going over the last 10 years left by for louis to manage the laws were introduced into the european management system. and they lead to a massive energy crisis unit for any market. stability and predictability are important. and russia flawlessly fulfills its contract school obligations to our partner, including our partners in europe. i believe we, in short guaranteed uninterrupted gas deliveries to your health. we have every reason to believe that this year we will reach record levels of gas deliveries on the global market. and due to what exactly could help europe in this particular situation, what kinda make sure the prices go down. well,
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perhaps the answer is obvious, that is, extra supplies to the continent. and what mister putin, as said during that panel discussion was that when never russia was requested for a boost in exports. the answer from moscow, the answer from gas from russia's gas, that was always, yes. so russia never said no. and when mister proven was after direct question whether moscow was ever using energy as a political weapon, the answer was straightforward. the answer was no. i want to ask you about it directly. has russia been using energy as a weapon? russia's not using any weapon capsule. if you've been paying attention, as for the economy where we're using waterloo in what can we say was, are we taking part and for the economy? this is not something we tend to use. this is what i call literally motivated. and so if there is nothing to support, you know, when it comes to saying that we use energy is some kind of when you're at the end
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of the day, i guess the question is, how can you expect europe to believe you're a reliable energy partner? when you're not supplying that energy via the pipeline, she was in here a beautiful woman. like what i'm saying, one thing to you and you're saying a different thing to me as if you haven't heard what i said. well, mister president, with what was the same point which you and you said that you were not supplying gas through pipelines to europe, but actually you are mistaken. you are mistaken. and all of those who feed on the information they received, we are actually increasing our supplies to europe. the cast price increases supplies by 10 percent. julian and overall, russia increased them by 15 percent. we have increased gas supply from pipeline by 10 percent increase l n. g supply by 13 percent, we are increasing what i will not decreasing our gas supply to europe use. this brings me to the key ingredient of the stability on the market for a lot of our pohden. this is, according to the russian leader,
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long term contracts for the exports of commodities when the prices for natural gas in particular are linked with world prices. now this also brings me to something that's been a cause for concern among european politicians. that is russia sticking to the transit, its natural gas supplies to europe, through ukraine, beyond 2024. this is what europe once to that watermark and says, well, what we need is contracts long term contracts to understand how much gas europe needs in the future. and then, and in that case, we can then decide how much gas goes through the turkish stream. that's what the pipeline through the black sea is called, how much gas we can send through our north stream pipeline and to ukraine as well. but mr. poodles, general answer to that was, yes, russia is ready to maintain its ukrainian transit. besides this,
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mr. went on to talk about something that doesn't really have to do with energy. but this is something that the moderator asked, the russian leader that was about russia relations with washington and about arm's security. mr. brewton said that russia is ready to talk with washington ready for talks with washington on the revival of possibly some of the older treaties that washington abandoned under donald trump, under the previous cedars as well, or ready to hammer out new agreements, which is very important for international security is stability, but mister, put this message has been the same all the time. we have only been responding to whenever you were getting rid of this st. these whenever you are leaving and out
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when it comes to the arms race. in fact, mister putin admitted there was an arms race between the u. s. in russia. at this point, russia is only taking measures in response. so like i said, this was the number one message from the russian leader. the muslim call to prayer will be heard across cologne and germany after local authorities gave their approval for it to be broadcast overload, speakers, officials say the move as a gesture of respect, but many citizens stress such a move is adults with european culture alarms, cologne's central moscow has been a flash point for anti muslim sentiment before with them or a strongly defending this week's decision. cologne is the city of religious freedom and diversity. those who arrive at the main train station a greeted by the cathedral, and accompanied by church bells, many clone residents amused lamps allowing them. whereas in cool is from a sign of respect. the $35.00 mosques in the city will be able to
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play the call for up to 5 minutes. the initiative comes as part of an agreement between kaluan officials and the muslim community. last seeking to broadcast, it will have to comply with volume limits and notify neighbors in advance. we got reaction to the decision in a thanks. can then say, i think that's great because the movement going into so soon could as a this is also very last week and was last time just at the church. concerning about the most al can also make the call to prayer. i think it's very great. now could i have fallen though? so they're all for it's nice for multiculturalism. google, germany says we are here like we also take care of muslin, also food, which unfortunately some political parties don't do any moral leather. it makes me happy when i hear it from a mother. it's a piece of homes on the fastest philosophy slim. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great either project. i live directly opposite, so i hear it all the time over my. the fact that you now have to listen to what is
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being said, which was whether you want to hear it or not. i don't think it's the best thing on her. oh, well that's, it's been this farms. i think it's wrong. i think religion is something personal. you don't have to bar all the people who are you with it look, go to when they call out and for language. i think that's really that because then the people don't know what they're actually saying on the notice. i mean, we heard from one among essays, it's a good an issue that because muslims are now and integrity part of german society. i think it's a good initiative. basically, highlighting the rise, which are founded in the concentration. so muslims are, are part of this country in this society. and if the i part of the society, then it's a matter of representation of every single citizen. so also as other religious groups are represented in germany, the same way most of them should also be there is a fear in regards to song. and,
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you know, we, as muslim, we have to do our part on a, to basically reduce this year. however, many other voices believes germany has its own identity, which needs to be protected. here's one voice. he's lamb is not the majority in germany. this depending on which city you are between one or 2 percent, after maybe 5 percent and some big cities, 10 percent that still 90 percent of non muslims. we have a certain condition and it's just the identity. and if you, if you see the skyline up cologne, how it is for the last century, the cathedral is a dominant factor. so it's the entity of cologne, every tradition in cologne, every believe in cologne, wherever you go, you'll find symbols of the christian identity. so to give away our identity is not carlo runs is not religious tolerance,
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religious tolerances to allow these land or community to pray. and so we've had it, but they should not dominate the sounds of the city of cologne. they should not announce for everybody to hear their law is greater than our christian god. despite joe biden's promise not to waste a single sense of american taxpayers money on donald trump's migrant fence project, it's been discovered that $100000000.00 worth of steel as me left to rot on the us mexican border. kill us open. take some thought story. now let's be clear, the money has already been spent. the american taxpayers already purchased these the old columns on order from donald trump. but now biden is president and taxpayer money does continue to be spent, but not on building a wall that we're paying contractors for a while. was almost 5000000 a day between d o d and d h s to not to not build the border wall there,
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stacks and stacks of border wall panels. there has been a lot of talk about the cost of building donald trump wall along the border. but it turns out that the costs are not building the wall is also rather pricing the cost of the biden administration's efforts to suspend or terminate donald trump's trademark construction project have been tallied up to roughly one point $8.00 to $2000000000.00. the last contract was ripped up last week. now remember when biden promised that he wouldn't waste any more money on trump's wall, which will be the policy of my administration that no more american taxpayer dollars be diverted to construct a board, a wall. and that i am directing a careful reviewable resources appropriated all redirected to that. and well, biden's rhetoric doesn't account for the cost of letting all kinds of building materials go. 2 ways. texans are not particularly thrilled with biden's decision,
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especially since the problem is along the border and only intensified. i think the money should be finished building the wall and the materials needed to be done a long time ago. it's not their money. it's our money. the tax payer's money. we bought it. i figure that to go ahead and utilize materials out there, finish the border wall, stop the flow, legal, and the resume that we need it. this is the warren, always the money due on the border of mexico and macallan for 8 years and i know it's like and what they should do is finish the job of the border is about to be breached. so while americans are stuck with the bill for riding steel, the countries ongoing financial woes and rising national debt are only getting
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worse, meaning there's plenty of places this money could have been better spent left wing radical democrats don't understand the phrase, waste of money to them money is infinite, it comes from nowhere, it grows on trees and they take and spend as much as they want, as long as it gives them power and control. the wall is more necessary than ever if you care about legitimate versus illegitimate emigration. if you're not trying to patch the united states of america full of illegal immigrants with no love for the country, no understanding of the founding of the constitution of the way politics works here . and the plan is to fill up the country with them and then complain that it's racist not to give them citizenship. and so the right wing will fold politically and give it to them in the next thing. you know, all these millions of immigrants will suddenly be voting at which point. democrats
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will win every national election. wrongly vaccinated. a family from the us state of indiana, including 2 children, aged 4 and 5, were mistakenly given adults shots of the pfizer anti cobit vaccine. they were supposed to get flu shots, their attorney said, the pfizer vaccine is only approved for people over the age of 12. the children were taken to a pediatric cardiologist who said both were showing signs of heart issues while to discuss that issue and a lot more besides, i'm delighted to welcome on to the program doctor robert w. malone, physician scientists and long time vaccine researcher. thank you for your time today. could the vaccine have caused the observed heart issues in those children? there's no question that the vaccine pfizer bio in tech community has an association with mike cardite is perry cardite is in
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adolescence, particularly in young men, but also in young girls. there does seem to be a concerted push for children right now to be innoculated. it's not a concern of yours. it is my assessment of the data in that of many others is that the risk benefit ratio for young adults and children does not support vaccination using these genetic vaccines. i don't know anything about the russian vaccines. i can't speak to that. well, i was going to ask you in terms of discrete what the use of m r and a vaccine such as the ones like pfizer and the, during that russia sputnik fee is a dino virus vaccine. is there a difference between the 2?
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there is the, but all of those are genetic vaccines. i don't know the specifics of the adage and express bites, but. but if it's, if it's the same as used in the western ad, no virus vaccines, asters at the oxford, et cetera. then there would be a concern with those with that back seen also potentially we need to look at the data in terms of perhaps explaining it to a lay person like me. what happens, do you have, daddy is so contradictory to the overwhelming li, real life instances that the vaccines have saved lives and prevented serious illness and millions of people. so historically, in vaccine development, we always stratify risk benefit ratio by special populations and by age. so typically,
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the advisory committee on immunization practices at the cdc will assess this risk benefit ratio using the approach that's used by the insurance agency. i'm sorry, insurance agency thing. another thing for actuarial tables that's called adjusted life years, quality adjusted life years, and they will make an assessment of the risk of the disease being protected against and the risk of the product being administered the vaccine for each of these groups . so that's typically elderly adult, healthy adult, pregnant women, adolescence children and infants are, are typical grades. in this case, what we've done globally is to spread the risk in terms of the statistical assessment spread, the risk that is concentrated almost exclusively in the elders. and in morbidly
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obese and some other smaller, high risk groups and spread it across the entire population. so i agree with you that the evidence that there are lives saved in the high risk groups is compelling . although as data are accumulating, that's becoming more a subject of discussion that my position is that risk benefit ratio for elderly, immunocompromised and morbidly obese benefits vaccination in the children. the problem is that we've been told that we're all at high risk for the disease of death associated with this fires. that's i, there's no general way to put it that is a lie. it's propagated by media in the various governments. it is not true. the
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risk is very, very clearly with this virus in the elders and in the morbidly obese. and some of these other smaller, high risk groups are the group, healthy sergeant or one of those groups. as you mentioned pregnant women, there is a fear among women that something might happen to them if they get the job. but they're more worried that if they don't, and they contact corona virus, then something will happen to their baby. so my position on that is that we don't have the data to make a clear distinction on this. and i haven't seen a compelling study concerning risks in pregnancy and birth defects associated with the virus. nor have i seen a study that convincingly examines the risks of the united states
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vaccines in those are all remain experimental vaccines. at this point, i haven't seen the outcome of the study, the documents that they're state. historically, what's been done is to with withhold recommendation of vaccine and pregnancy until there is clear and convincing data that vaccine in pregnancy is say we can't make an assessment about risk in better if that in pregnancy until we have those 2 data sets. those studies were funded in the united states. at least i can't speak to russia after there was announcements by the centers for disease control and prevention in the united states that recommending that vaccines should be administered in pregnancy. so to recap, we don't, we don't have the data. there was a recommendation made in the absence of data. and the studies to determine the data
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were initiated after that statement was made by the cdc, which is a scientist in a position i find upside down if that makes sense to we speak to a lot of people in the program from across the world in terms of perhaps one region i know you specifically are talking about america, but the w h o 170 percent of the global population, fax me that by mid 2022. with a big focus on vaccinating those in less developed countries, some of which tend to have weak health institutions. do you believe that countries in africa do they need vaccinations more than the western world right now? so i'm of 2 minds, and again i try to stay database there is a pair if one looks at the various sources of information for carbon 19 disease,
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or cobit 19 by country. what one finds is the countries with the lowest incidents of severe disease and death are, are uniformly emerging economies. let's say many of those. busy are in africa again, this is a disease of elders and morbidly obese. in poor countries, we have less obesity. in the africa mer, malaria belt. we also have a background of administration of hydroxy corklin and over back then, we also have lower body mass. there aren't many morbidly obese people, relatively speaking compared to the west. so lots of different variables at africa . but in so what i had recommended to cardinal turks,
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and when i visited him, you'll remember the he's from gone up in the, in the vatican a few weeks ago when i was the robes, was that we should, i'm aligned with the w h o that we should have more vaccine equity in terms of making product available to the elders. in particular, the elders are the institutional memory. essentially, they're the memory and the wisdom in communities as small as local villages up to national governments. i think it's a travesty that these vaccines are not being made available. i absolutely do not support vaccine mandates. i feel strongly from a bio ethical position. this is wrong, but i do believe that the vaccine should be made available, particularly for these high risk cohort. all right, the w h show recommendation for 70 percent uptake is based on
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a false assumption assumption. and in here in the united states, we've dealt with this as doctor found she has gradually moved, the goal pose is no sing 90 percent vaccine uptake. the problem is the vaccines are leaky, at least the ones that we have in the state leave also in russia. ok, let me just press on just fine, but every day go ahead. yes, 70 percent uptake will not get us to hurt. immunity is mathematically impossible. understood just some of the labels that have been for you personally sir. you've been called the, the ultimate anti vax or when you hear something about how do you, how do you find the claim? i was also called a terrorist in, in the italian media for advocating for early treatment options for patients and allowing physicians to practice medicine. and so i find these label, this is, this is classic western media strategy to d,
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legitimize people that are not complying with the dominant narrative. they do it with politicians, and they're methodically doing it to physicians. i'm just the high profile example of this, but they're doing it to physicians all across the world and certainly in the united states and canada. so the fact is, i'm a 30 year veteran and vaccine development. i'm actively involved in supporting the development of a 2nd generation vaccine. it's being manufactured by and developed by reliance in india, the largest conglomerate in india. and this is merely an attempt that can character assassination. it's not supported by facts. have you back? seems i have i was vaccinated with madonna. do you regret that suffering from long suffering from long coven? i was someone who took it early before all the current adverse events were known. i
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experienced stage 3 hyper tension, restless legs, syndrome, narcolepsy, and a number of the other known side effects associated with that next year. are you fearful the people that, as you said, morbidly obese or other issues that may need to be vaccinated? are you worried that those people will be too fearful? after listening to people who like you perhaps, maybe just a headlines not listen exactly to what you're seeing, which is an issue as you say in the ministry media. but the people who actually need to be vaccinated won't be i have consistently spoken in favor of vaccination of high risk groups. i have never wavered from that position. this has been for months and months and months. i pinned my tweets to this effect. you know, there is a whole lot of media scare porn going on in misrepresentation in miss branding.
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and a lot of it is intentional in terms of whether individuals in high risk groups are vaccine hesitant. my position, it's, is that it's the obligation of the world health community to provide clear, transparent, compelling evidence in favor of the vaccine product uptake in the role in the relevant groups. it's not, it's not, you know, well, it's not their job to provide mandates. mandates or experimental products are illegal in the united states, at least in, throughout much of the west, consequent to the nuremberg trials, cynthia cord, and the various hearings that have been held in the united states. and it's embodied in federal law, united states, as the common rule, this is illegal behavior that's occurring this mandate and it provokes exactly the
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