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equipment and that was used at the o. b, c, w laboratories in for conducting this task. and this had joined the research and it was designed as we propose that you determine when under what circumstances and if you did, it would have been outside of the russian federation. the rational logger this misuse was found to how far toxic agents in his body. what happened to lou and next time, let's call things up as a yard after that that no technical secretariat derailed assistance provision under the pretext. now saying that there was no precedent for that, so we should, since there is no precedent, they cannot provide us, justice could be assistance. and what this tells us is that not only the countries have mentioned that coordinating the actions, but they are coordinate,
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representative to the o. p. c, w alexander shogun. thanks a lot for those updates. well, that's all for this. our stay tuned for more news and just about 30 minutes. mm mm. oh no. when i would shoot seemed wrong when i'll truth just don't a whole new world. yes. to shape out this day because of the african and engagement. it was the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. ah . he died.
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i cried. and i just slept the whole time. i was there. no one really thought anything different knew this all thought i just don't feel good. on the ways for the surgery, his lungs failed. 30 seconds when i killed him, i had gotten stuck with so many needles that day. in 2019 doctor started talking about a new wide spread. does he use that caused severe lung damage? there's a few points that were really to turn all of the patients were diagnosed with a lung injury associated with using electronic cigarettes or facing products. he pulled this out. he really felt holy crap, his him died. oh no, he's to be better. it was, i wouldn't want my worst enemy to every go through that. it was
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out of breath with the ring rated by the f. b i o leg, dera, pasta guys speak and addresses. why was the democrats and not the prussia, but gave the presidency to trump in 2016? united states is not the only country dealing with migrants as the european country has put thousands of troop added order. sap illegals coming over. however, this move and others are causing a major friction in the year. we over europe court from the ground and is all for given with a simple name change or one big changes coming they made for social media platform with help. people will forget the wrong for the past so that it might be able to fulfill its ambitions of domination in the future. we will uh,
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bring you the story. and cargo ships are still sitting in the ocean, waiting to dock trucks are waiting to be loaded with product and consumers are waiting for their favorite items. why is they're both supply and demand yet neither side is actually getting filled. we will read the latest on the multiple kinks in the supply chain. i'm sky now hughes and we're going to give you the 360 view of these stories on today's news is used right here on our t america. ah, thanks for joining us in the f. b. i combed through properties here in d. c. a new york on tuesday. they were all tied to a billionaire, russian, businessman, oleg, derick pasco. and while the f b, i says there were searching it based on a court order, dera pasco isn't buying it, and he actually fired back with a harsh, feisty response. well speaking, if i say we ran our own fair and fraud, zack, who was at the right on tuesday who shows us what the f b,
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i actually walked away with once hailed as rushes, richest man, the aluminum tycoon, oleg, dairy pasco, had some feisty words for the f b i agents who rated his home in washington, d. c, as well as his town home in new york city, tuesday, dairy pasco, suggesting the raid was all centered around allegations that russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to secure a win for donald trump. jerry pasco saying via his telegram, watching everything that is happening in america, i cannot help but marvel at the utter stupidity of the american establishment who persist in spinning this story about the allegedly colossal role of the russians in the 2016 u. s. presidential election. jerry pasco was said to be tied to former campaign chairman, to trump. paul man of fort was convicted on fraud charges, but then pardon, by trump in his final month and office according to an f. b,
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i spokeswoman agents were conducting a quote, court authorized long foresman activity tuesday, but didn't provide any more details as to why the f b. i was there, jerry pasco, spokeswoman put out this statement during the raid the f. b. i is indeed currently conducting searches in the homes of oleg, dairy pasco, relatives, the searches are carried out on the basis of to court orders related to us sanctions. the house is in question, are located in new york and washington o, like dairy pasco, himself, is not their owner. 53 year old jerry pasco was sanctioned back in 2018 by the trump administration. along with about 2 dozen other kremlin officials with close ties, the president vladimir putin following alleged russian meddling in that 2016 presidential election tuesdays rate is just another, sat back for dary pasco, who recently sued over those sanctions. a judge dismissed his lawsuit back in june,
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and a 2016 court filing dairy pasco said he had difficulty getting a visa to travel to the u. s, but was able to use his diplomatic passport to visit new york 10 different times since 2009 many m d c neighbourhood. however, say on some of those trips, he did visit the home and stay at the house. reviewing renovations. however, no word on the last time he visited the property, dairy pasco, again saying via his telegram, what mind blowing sums of putin's money? did you find yesterday in those abandoned houses? did you grab and enjoy the jam that went bad in the pantry? or the vodka? i'm so sick of these jokers. f b i agent search the dc home for about 6 hours walking away with things of all sizes from small boxes, even all the way to towing his car. dary pasco continues to deny any wrong doing, saying the u. s. is trying to destroy his wealth reputation and his global assets. according to forbes,
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jerry pasco is currently worth $4900000000.00 for news use use. i'm fair in france, act now over to the european union where germany, police are warning that the country's border with poland is at risk of collapse. this comes right massive influx of migrants crossing over into the you from navy, bella. ruth r t at pier oliver report from berlin. the european union is placing mounting pressure on minsk over refugees looking to enter the e. u via bella roofs. that the german foreign minister has been among a group of, of senior german politicians that have pulled absolutely no punches whatsoever and their comments. hi, co must. the foreign minister has accused alexander lucas shanker, our rights of running an illegal migrant transport network is in huntington. are, will park we in europe are being confronted with the fact that lucas shanker is
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using refugees as a tool to put pressure on european nations of lucas ankles. nothing short of the head of a state runs smuggling race with our 3rd shift in new bill in and through belarus, states organized or at least state supported smuggling activities are taking place . the regime in belarus is now considerably expanded. the list of countries from where people can answer without the results. that's a form of hybrid threat. when my grants are being used as a political weapon horse, they offer the interior minister of germany who you just heard. there's also said that he wants to coordinate with his polish counterpart in order to have joint border patrols along, not polish, or bella russian border. that border basically between bellow, bruce and the european union. there has been a deal done between brussels and baghdad. though in this particular issue, that is to make sure that no planes will be flying refugees from iraq into bela ru city route, that quite a few people had taken. now this air bag on flights is going to be in place at
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least until the end of the year. but what we're talking about deals, and particularly when it comes to refugees minds go back to 2015 to the start of the migrant crisis, which saw over 1300000 people seek asylum inside the european union. a deal at that time was done with turkey. turkey, of course, was the country that the vast majority of people who arrived inside the you traveled across the time, billions were given towards or promised, at least, and certainly hundreds of millions given to turkey, trying to make sure that people either remained in turkey or certainly didn't make or try to make that crossing. there's still a lot of reserve judgement when it comes to exactly how successful that deal was. and however, any sign of a deal being offered toward valerie is non existent at the moment. in fact, the president, alexander lucas shank,
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says that he's doing everything he can possibly to fight illegal immigration, but says that only get in return from his europe. impalas is political pressure and function. you are stifling us information only. you were doing it methodically and collectively. you are trying to destroy our economy and expect us to spend hundreds of millions of dollars protecting your cheer, political interests, like before. you must be crazy to think we will support you if you want us to help . you have to take steps in that direction rather than try to stifle us. it's hopeless. well, despite it not being what anybody in brussels wants, or certainly not what they want to talk about publicly, at least it does seem that one of the only real ways to get to the crux of this problem may be for the you to work directly with bella roofs. joining me out to discuss the refugee crisis in bell overs as well as around the world as professor danny shaw, senior research fellow, the counsel of hemispheric affairs. thank you so much for joining me, professor. thanks cody, it's refugee issue. it's nothing new, but it continues,
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especially in the modern day, and i have to ask, do you feel like countries these days are using refugees almost as political weapons? yes, yankee zation coming from germany and poland against lucas ankle in bella, rues, beller. ruth has to contend with its own issues is sanctions from the u. k. and the u. s. against the bell russian. people that have been very cruel and now is what we are in lucas. shank goes state. you want to stay for sanction and walk us in wage hybrid. ready war don't expect any type of cooperation on our behalf. well, and that's the thing, you know, there is more, i feel like sometimes there is more anger and i want to just talk about the present situation. obviously, what's going on, bella roost, but also in other countries. there's angers at countries who are trying to stop the legal poa and united states for from illegals, or those migrate from crossing to the borders. there's more than that than that, the anger at the corrupt government causing people to actually want to leave. so
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why do you think should be better for global pressure? we used to put that kind of pressure on crow leaderships in government and cause those governments to change so that people might not want to leave their home countries in math. i think there's a lot there. scotty, for example, today's the 10th anniversary of the murder of more market daffy and libya can turn a anniversary of the overthrow of the area of leadership in the 1969 libyan revolution. and what is that cause that has caused millions and millions of people to slow through libya in search of a better life, where in europe, but what nato would the us do to libya, the richest country in africa before the nato bombing invasion and dismemberment. i did today a country locks in tribal, asian divided in, conquered. so at this catch word corruption,
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i think we have to redefine these hybrid wars, these ongoing wars against the iraqi, any palestinian venezuelan people in so many other examples. it's going to spark millions and millions of people to try to find a solution because they've been de feature arrived in their home. and then you're looking and i have to group all of those countries together. i think each country deserves their own attention. they each have their own problems, but sometimes those it, what's happening, the refugees are coming from that country. they're trying to escape, they're going to other countries. it's like a snowball, and there's not enough being done. i think actually is one thing just to put money into it or to threatened, but those corrupt leaderships and it's not in every single situation you mentioned are still saying and power. so what is the best way to handle that? so the people actually want to stay in the country. i doubt refugees want to leave their own homeland if it was a good place for them to live in the 1st place. why are we not doing more to try to facilitate healthy countries, healthy environments rather than trying to motivate or giving motivation to
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politicians, to push people out? well, when you say we were talking about the u. s. government, whether it's under the leaderships, i'm not even talking us government and talking about why and as we as a global community not wanting to to foster good health. the relationship in these countries themselves within that we've is the 99.9 percent with the 0.01 percent. and there are powerful stakeholders from the u. s. in england and france and the neo colonizing countries who have a huge, huge interest in continuing to exploit plunder and recall in africa, south america, the places where there's so much natural, well. so i think the people empowered despite their rhetoric really have no interest in solving this migration crisis, which is not a crisis of,
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of migrants or crisis of, quote unquote, illegals, i would never call any human being illegal. it's a crisis of neo colonialism in neoliberalism. a field economic model that continues to be predatory versus the vast majority of humanity. and yet here in the united states for thing time and time again, that just continues to cause more problems and who's going to pay for it. and we're not the only country that is having to deal with that issue. thank you. once again for sharing your insight into in your right, this is probably a small amount that it's causing harm for a lot for the bigger picture. thanks for joining me, professor. mr. shelves are continuing to decrease in product. the administration is saying it is because people have more money to purchase items under president biden's economy. so does this make dollars and cents to you? well, we'll give you 3 things to view after the break with
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ah, it's been decade since the fall of spain's fascist regime, but old wound still hadn't hailed you from going into gum them is what he finished because when we found out the huh michael feed him okay, people and he said, oh, said cutting me on the bus at the station. you know to that i was just thinking which i know thousands of newborn babies were torn from their mothers and given away and forced adoption. that only bought about i used the young fiesta, bit of my own robots, ophelia and linda. to this day mothers still search for grown children, while adults look in hope for their birth parents. ah, one week the by researching call for the port of los angeles to be a 247 operation there they record number of ships simply waiting off the ports of
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southern california are to correspond at natasha suite has more of the ongoing congestion. there's a huge backlog of shapes waiting off the coast of los angeles, and there's a record $100.00 ships waiting to unload. this is not your grandfather's good movie chain. it is. however, in many cases, your grandfather's infrastructure that we're working with there is major congestion off the coast of southern california. officials say there are some 200000 shippy containers floating on the water waiting. and now a senior official with a los angeles port says they're working to ramp up operations to move cargo. their facilities are witness seen record levels of container activity, amid plans for around the clunk operations in the u. s. supply chain. today we have some good news going to help speed up the delivery of goods all across america. last week, after meeting with top shipping and retail executives, president biden called for the port of los angeles to become a 24 hour, 7 days a week operation. it's all part of an effort to relieve supply chain bottlenecks
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and moves. training container ships that are driving prices hi, hurt for us consumers. the cost of shipping supplies, such as cardboard and plastic, have recently increased a whopping 300 percent. prices are jumping enlarge part because container ships are stranded up ports waiting to be unloaded. and then there's shortage of truck drivers that need to move those goods. plus gas prices are at a 7 you're high and still rising. all of this is understandably driving up inflation and other rising costs are affecting worker pay. and it's not helping biden's reputation among republicans who are slow to jump on his multi trillion dollar tax economic climate and infrastructure agenda currently. and congress by administration has argued that higher inflation is only temporary if the supply chain issues have persisted for months after the economy began to reopen and recover. i think we all understand that the whole se, supply chain in the united states, and in fact, globally, was creeping along before the pandemic. the pandemic laid bare with its,
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its increased volumes and with its different buying patterns. it laid bare system that really needs to be modified. port them off angelus in long beach, california account for 40 percent of all shipping containers entering the united states with at least $45.00 more ships arriving on thursday. port traffic is only expected to get worse and worse, black friday. only 4 and a half weeks away. amazon isn't taking any chances. they've already had hundreds of ball containers delivered to the port of houston. and giant retailers like home depot and wal mart may seek out other port alternatives, reporting for new fees. hughes and sweets r t. joining me out to discuss is my dynamic debo, toby smith of transformative research and steve gail form official in the us trade representative office. thanks for joining me gentlemen. we've had this debate last week. we're going to continue it. and sadly, i think we're gonna continue it even more because we, there's no end in sight toby,
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it a week later. what is the main reason that is keeping the ships from getting into port unloaded and on the road to the stores? well, because i think you're missing the actual issue. the issue is, is that before the pandemic, we have a 70 percent service economy, 30 percent product. when the pandemic hit that flipped all of a sudden no services, but everybody in my block i there fedex of amazon. everybody was getting delivered stuff and we're not set up for that. you can't push a button and get more ships. i take about 3 years to build. you can't add more people because in parts of vietnam and china, of the people who make the stuff were quarantined out. so all you have to really understand is this. the supply chain is only as strong as its weakest link when we took 3 or 4 legs out at the same time where we were done. okay, that makes sense. but jim, saki had this to say, there are some realities about an economy turning back on and moving from
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a period where there was low demand, where there was not the production of goods and even of ever range of supplies, the american people are looking for that as it's turning back on and as demand has increased, as it did that there would be ups and downs. okay. that sounds almost like what you said. but steve, do you buy that answer that basically, you know, whatever big things is that the economy was booming, and people are just buying more today than they were during the pandemic. now, during the trumpet ministration, the academy was booming. people were buying tons of stuff. we're getting back to where we were before the bind administration crippled the economy. so i do agree with tobin that a supply chain is only as strong as its weakest late. unfortunately, the president and his secretary of transportation booted are the 2 biggest, weakest links that have destroyed a once thriving supply chain operation. and we're not dependent on getting our
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loaves of bread and milk from china. we have a lack of truckers because we're paying people to not work. we have a lack of food service people because we're paying people to work. we can fix those things and just opening the ports 247 isn't going to solve that. well, until then, you know, i, i was hearing a little bit of politics involved in this, but you mentioned it yourself, could anything have been done to prevent or at least alleviate these effects that were saying, i mean, we knew there was going to be some sort of effect of a mandatory shut down for during the pandemic. what could we have done differently prevent where we are today? well, i know you guys live at the political level. i, i actually invest in stuff. and when you invest some stuff, i don't care about the politics. the reality is that when, when we see offshored products from the ninety's in the 2, thousands to china and to vietnam, et cetera, we became dependent on them. now i could argue that that was the stupidest thing we ever did. and i could argue that this was the idea that we let them into the world
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trade council and allowed them to sell, you know, pick their people who would work for 5 dollars a day. but we did, so you can't blame out on trump, you can't plan about on biden, that was back in the bush years. okay. that many people are going to be political about it. but the 2nd part is, is that it's way too late. i mean, i don't care with when we, when you switch from 70 percent services being a bought to 40 percent products being bought in a 3 month period, you are dead and god was never going to know what could change anything, biden or trumpet, didn't better. and prompt and do anything during the pandemic. so that's just a canard canard on that one. but that's the thing. i think people were still buying or just they had less options to buy from. it doesn't mean that they're buying with why, unless they were buying the stuff. well, how about my daughter? yeah, she said that i was buying more actually as is being delivered to my doorstep. i might not have been having to spend as much time looking for it, but the,
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there's another part of this is people are saying and it was an article in the washington post. it actually said, this is actually purposely being done to lower the standards of living expectations for americans so that people can get used to kind of like what the mass people are not asking questions anymore as much about where the math same eventually happened with the average person expectations for what they should and should not have here in the united states name to go around on, on what created a lot of this crisis and it goes back to previous administrations. but the last thing you want to do is have an administration like jen sack in the president, blaming the american people for expecting to see shells fall at their grocery stores like they used to be expecting to see stuff they want to buy available like they used to be and having the, the push, the bided ministration. mark the american people by saying, look, you might not be able to get your jacket at $15.00, but you'll be able to get the jacket maybe in time for crisis. you know, the bottom line is blending, the american people is bad politics. it's bad economics and it's just bad. well,
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and that's one thing that i'm both of you don't do. toby and steve would love to talk, can do this conversation and what we will at a later day. thanks for joining me. now facebook, once a new name and a new brand, as another accusation of wrongdoing by the social media company has emerge this time, have us exactly who they are hiring sort of fill us in on the details, we invite on investigative journalists and how to build bus been swan boom, this is going to be a quick, 2 minutes. so let's get to it. let's start with this plan to re brand. what does facebook look to do? yeah, so basically facebook is a damage brand. no surprise there. and so what they want to do is unveil probably within the next couple of days, in fact, unveil a brand new name. it's similar to what google did. you know, when they expanded vastly and bought up youtube and became a maps into t, android developer. all these different, it, it, you know, off shoots of their company, and so they rebranded and became alphabet of the very top. and then google's just the search engine part of it. what they supposed to do was they were, were much more than
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a social media company. we also have whatsapp. we have instagram, we have oculus, we're going to get into, you know, working with ray ban. and so they want to create kind of a suite of different companies, and they wanna re brand at the top so that facebook just becomes a, one of the names, one of the brands that they hold. but i think there's a bigger reason for it's got a and the reason for it is because facebook is such a damaged friend, horribly damaged and it's only getting worse. they continue to have scandal after scandal about the way that they treat other people about the way that they deal with their algorithms. the fact that they are right now there's a push to for government to take over the algorithms of facebook. so i think a lot of what they're doing is system minimize that brand and say we're much more than this one badly damaged company. where did they change their tax status and liability for all of their issues right now i, it won't change a whole lot of that because really it's just a name change that it will change it to some extent because it depends on where they place that, that top company, right, where they essentially place it in terms of a tax haven, but i really think it has to do with money. it has much more to do with the fact
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that ultimately facebook is, is falling apart. i mean, the right now you can look at it and say, it still has, you know, a 1000000000 people who use a 2000000000 people who use. yeah, that's true. and in some parts of the world, facebook likes to say, facebook is the internet. think that's true as well, but if you look at the, the trends for it, the demographics for facebook is dying and it's dying of quick death, not a slow death. and i think in a very short amount of time it would become obsolete anyway. so why not move away from, i guess, as i said, a damaged brand. well, i know looking at what's happening in the past, the places like my space, i think they're saying, how do we keep from becoming that type of dead social media. but at the same time, face that's had to pay a fine over 14000000 to the u. s. government for who they were choosing to hire. what did they now? yeah, i mean essentially facebook has been hiring people and going through this process of not being transparent once again. i think it's a lack of transparency in every single thing that they do. and so they're facing fines again. but remember, fines are nothing new for facebook. and the reality is for a company like facebook,
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they are without question working very hard to establish within their bottom line. the cost of doing business is part of that is paying fine to break the rules, pay fines don't do what you're supposed to do. pay a fine, getting trouble with the you pay a fine getting trouble with the u. s. government pay a fine. it doesn't really matter because the fines don't do anything to deter behavior. the funds don't change the fact that facebook is doing what it's doing. instead, the fines are, are merely, some of the government feels like it's doing something. and facebook is to continue on business as usual, and they are more from the profit than they do the problem. thank you so much. been for joining us on this and that is all for today show in the meantime, tell me on twitter at scott, and he's used to hash tag team in b h and for this i'm more download for that to be apple. apple or android device. thanks for watching. ah,
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