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[000:00:00;00] a headlining right now, president putin says he believes moderate conservatism, the most reasonable policy approach. in today's turbulent world, in an hour long q and a at russia's bell by discussion club for a massive supply disruption and staff shortages ahead across the united states, oblique warning from the federal reserve. but president biden refuses to accept responsibility instead, blaming his predecessor and rival republicans and tempers for a between the a you and the member state, poland over whether the blocks launch should take precedence. aroused dominating this week summit in brussels along with efforts to cope with the energy price crisis.
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ah hello, good to happy with us live from moscow. this is our t internationals. world news at 10 with me column bright 1st for you. then after 3, i was wrapping up about an hour ago. vladimir putin addressed key thinkers into industry leaders at russia's top discussion 4 of the valve. i club with a speech and fielding questions. the woman free. i was in front of representatives of more than 50 countries in the resort of sachi, audi correspondent elliot katrinka, with air force some really eye opening comments by the russian president vladimir putin and their messages clearly being sent far beyond saatchi. far beyond the russian borders and the many things that he has touched upon, you mentioned some of them. i can name definitely current affairs that as covert of janice stan at the energy crisis in europe nord stream to as the controversial
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implementation of the law on foreign agents here in russia. these are some of the things that he's been talking about, but also the most importantly of some of the experts here have been pointing out. vladimir putin gave a very long speech in which he made some fundamental assessments of where the western liberalism is heading and assessment of a gender equality and also the criticism against the russian government of being way too conservative. so let's just digest all of this one by one, and i will begin with cobit you. in particular, he linked the battle against the pandemic with sanctions. here's what mr. brewton meant by that. it was saying that while we hear from international leaders that the world needs to unite in its attempts to battle the pandemic at the russian
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president was critical. he criticized the western leaders for not easing their sanctions against some of the most vulnerable countries in the times of colbert and even appealed to western humanism. when he said that there's a problem with that. i'm so brazilian, we're talking about the need for a joint fights against the corona, virus infection, even for humanitarian reasons. i do not mean russia now forget about those sanctions against russia. but the sanctions also persist against states that are in dire need of an national assistance. no, nothing like that happens. everything remains the same where the humanistic principles of west and political thought. in fact, it turns out that there is nothing. there is only chatter. the russian president decided to devote several minutes of his speech to something that's a very important to him. that is traditional values,
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the concept of traditional family. you can remember that probably probably you do remember that he's an orthodox christian and that mr. prudent kept saying that he's against the ruining of the concept of the traditional family several times mister proven was making that clear. he went on to assess the criticism of the washing government ways of being way too conservative. like i mentioned before. however, when it comes to moderate conservative, mister prin believes that for not only in russia but the rest of the world, this is the way to go. it's a, let's take a listen to the russian leader that police station, from my point of view, most roots, conservatism seems to be the most reasonable policy for the upcoming time period of re imagining the world. and it could last some time as the final design is unknown . course, this policy is going to inevitably change our conservatism is an optimistic one. we believe that stable and successful development can be achieved,
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but it's up to us and we're ready to work with partners for the great good world capitalism is working and there's no recipe for success either. one crucial point during the session, which grabbed a lot of attention, when was when the floor was given to a noble peace prize winner from russia. he's a prominent journalist here, mr. moran of, and his question for there was a leader, was about the way the works in law on for an agent is implemented. the message from the journalist was and that some of the organizations and some of the people are being labeled for an agency in this country without a court decision. and them without a warning. and he pretty much begged vladimir putin to make sure that the russian parliament and the law makers have a 2nd thought about this law. and, and mr. prudent referred to how this law is implemented in the us. and this is when
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a r t was brought up as well. so have a look at what had this situation was like. it was cuz we looked on stood. you said this is not decided by courts, but in the us is also not by a court. then the department of justice makes the cool go, scotty, what they've been through it. you know how tough it's been, gone all the way out to criminal culpability. we don't have that on us to coin though, but it's in we in that again, william nogales high would've been for an agents for many years. and moreover, i've had a summons for questioning in the us for already several years without the fact that we didn't register as for an ages earlier, we'd received written legal conclusions that this law didn't apply twice because it said, except for the midi escobar study. but when our audience began to grow and we started bothering them, if we were told you're either register or go to jail for 5 years. and i have a summons for questioning because i myself haven't registered previously before they registers me, which i don't why they're anymore. i'm just in case because i could end up in jail . there were 2 to were you never say never do you see how it is in the u. s. is 5
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years in jail. it's your them, we're now people who have been jail for 5 years under this lot. natalie, it president vladimir putin also replied to a very strong remark from the turkish president type air dwan, who said that the 5 permanent members of the un security council cannot decide the fate of the rest of the world. and mister bruton believed that the rights of vito at see you on security can this is something about absolutely essential. and a of latimer prudence said he believed without it. and without the current framework, the un and will be destroyed altogether. an important message from the russian president. however, he believes that the countries that are very important regional players very important international players such as india, such as turkey, such as brazil. and he understands their willingness to play
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a more important role internationally. and at the un security council as well. so mister putin believes reforms are needed. however, he thinks that this is something that needs to be done very carefully. that's why he disagrees with his turkish colleague, hybrid on actually heading into the holidays as a star warning for americans from the federal reserve that a supply chain crisis and stopping shortages has led to significantly slowed economic growth. critics pointing out to the problems old appeared to have developed on president biden's watch escalade corresponding cash in milton in new york. kind of hi, what does this warning mean for america? is the situation genuinely calls for alarm? while the federal reserve is a very vital institution in the us economy, and it has just published a report nicknamed the beige book, now that report contains some information that is
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a bit disturbing to those who are worried about the economic future. the united states. it says quote, the pace of growth slowed constrained by supply chain disruptions and labor shortages, referring to september through october, goes on to talk about how in transportation, in technology and manufacturing. there has been labor supply shortages and as also went on to talk about how retail hospitality and manufacturing firms have been hit by cuts in production as well as staffing shortages. average americans are the ones left to bear the brunt. now this is your items on the source, it says on the to show. so, you know, and i guess not everybody, i am awful for stuff right now. days are going up so it's of the crazy lot of people are getting laid off. and i do believe people will start already certain items just like how the beginning of the band and people did with toilet paper and
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so on and so forth. store prices are on the rise. it's gonna happen until they can get all those cargo ships unloaded. and the cargo moved from the ports. now, inflation in the united states reached a 13 year high in june that has remained high ever since. and polls show that 62 percent of americans believe that joe biden is to blame for this. now it's important to note that inflation started climbing in april after joe biden had already been in office for 3 months. and at this point, we've got joe biden losing public support. polls continue to show that there was a poll tuesday from going to pick university that showed 37 percent of americans think biden is doing a good job. well, 50 percent, disapprove, of how he's handling the presidency. 58 percent of voters are even unsure whether or not biden is physically and mentally up to the task of running the country. now, biden himself doesn't seem very concerned about this. he tends to blame donald
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trump when confronted about the problems in the economy and other failures of his administration. i in september biden even told reporters that he doesn't actually look at the polls, but he is confident that his policies are, quote, overwhelmingly popular. and of course, he doesn't take a miss an opportunity to blame his predecessors, saying, quote, take a look what i inherited when i came to office is also blamed republicans for refusing to raise the debt feelings. now on tuesday, jen saki the white house spokesperson, she was confronted about some of this, and the answer she gave didn't go over very well. it was crystal clear that things were not improving on supply chain. people couldn't get the dishwasher, isn't. and furniture and treadmills delivered on time, not to mention all sorts of other things. so why is raggedy the short the treadmill that's delayed the trip problem? now we spoke to people on the streets of new york about how they've been affected
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by this and how they felt about the white house comments. here's what we heard if they would sap really making jokes about it and actually acts and things look at things then. well, i think it's terrible. i think that it's a major problem and it needs to be addressed. and i don't know then that washington is doing a whole lot about it, an electrical business and everything is back order. you gotta wait months. now rather than holding biden's feet to the fire, we see mainstream media stepping up to defend biden and point the finger at the american people. ah, there was recently an article published by the washington post on monday that went as far as telling the u. s. public to lower their expectations and to stop blaming the biden administration for falling, living standards that needless to say, there were many who spoke up and did not approve of the town of that article. among them was republican. senator josh holly, you know, i think it lower your expectations, tucker is really the slogan,
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with abiding presidency. we're told that the american people of the problem, you're the problem. national may lays all, it's all the american people's fault. in fact, it's joe biden's fault and his terrible policies he's trying to run down this country because he doesn't believe in it. now the u. s. economy is falling into distress. americans are feeling the impact on their everyday lives. and the biden administration is largely who they blame for it, according to polls. however, the mainstream media is telling them instead, they should blame themselves and give biden to pass. i tangible in new york, thanks for that. ex frances e. g u ministers warned that member states which don't play by brussels rules don't get the benefits of europe. the comments is seen as a major slapping down of poland, which is disputing, the supremacy of you know, the talks which also tackled europe's energy crisis. have been that time explosive as shall to do better get reports, o e, you counseling, meeting as you said in brussels,
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going back to the drawing board over many of the troubles and issues that face the block. not just in the immediate future, but possibly over the next few years. and probably 1st port of call is that issue with poland in this crisis over the room of rule. this idea of whether a country's constitution is something that takes precedence over nur itself. no, earlier this week, the polish prime minister spoke to any peas at the european parliament trying to put forward his point of view on this particular subject. but before he spoke, the commission president ursula vaughan delay. it was pretty fiery, saying that what poland was doing was essentially rocking a rocketing the bed rock all the european union. we cannot and we will not allow our common values to be put at risk. the commission will act and the options are
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all known. first option on fingerprints, where we legally challenge the judgment of the polish constitutional court. another option is the conditionality, mechanism, and other financial tools. the polish government has to explain to us how it intense to protect your pin money. given this ruling of, they are constitutional court welling pain during the bedrock of the european union . she was very fiery, quick, equally. so was the polish prime minister matters modify etzky who basically turned round and said that you had to stop making some countries within the you feel like they were 2nd class citizens and you said that it was the you itself, that was being on the democratic yoga pushed only yesterday, you must not impose a decision of verdict without a legal basis. it is unacceptable to talk about financial penalties,
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et cetera. but we heard even the wars language as it relates to some other states. i reject the language of threatened that a complete. i will not have e petitions, blackmail, poland blackmailed, must not be a method of policy conducted in relation to certain other states. this is not what democracies do turning question about energy or in fact, the lack of it. here in europe. we know that ursula vandalay and the commission president has just warned that businesses may have to close as a result of this crisis. as they may run out of the energy that they need to run those businesses. we know that spain is spoken to the block and said that urgent measures need to be taken. there has to be coordinated action amongst the block members to deal with this crisis, which it warned may last beyond next winter, far longer than anybody else has been talking about to date. no natural gas has gone up in price by more than 400 percent in the last year,
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more than 20 percent or so in the last day. that gives you a sense of how urgent this crisis is. and as this is unfolding some politicians, rather than looking at what's happening at home here in the you are concerned and pointing the finger of blame, shifting it towards russia. the current high gas prices, primarily the result of high demand and low supply. at the same time, russia is playing poker. gas supplies have been significantly reduced. but it's like a poker game, isn't it? the anti, the stakes are being up all the time. and if this is a poker game, then perhaps russia is the dealer and it's the dealer. they saying, you know what, we are ready to give you more gas. that's not an issue. you just have to ask is, in fact the outgoing journal, a chance langler merkel said recently that as far as she was aware, russia had to come through to all its commitments when it comes to gas at the moment. so, demand from russia is ask us will gas,
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and we will happily give it to you. and there are others. the saying, this is not russia's fault at all. this is actually the use of making it put itself in this course is because of the fact that moved away from traditional sources of energy like fossil fuel fall too quickly. while at the same time, it's been far too slow to implement the new green energy agenda. so all of this is being discussed enough for discussion today. one solution has been suggested to strategic, i guess, reserve for the european union. but even if that is put in place, it will be too far in the future to mitigate immediate crisis. meaning that as winter approaches millions, if not tens of millions of homes across the european union will be wondering how they will keep the heat on the lights on. you will tell you on the way rushes emvoy to the world. chemical weapons watched old warms the organization is hiding t information on the electrical design of rational position figure,
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alexey novelle. me, we hear from that voice after the break. ah, ah ah . mm. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy,
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even foundation, let it be in arms. race is on offense. very dramatic development. only nationally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult time. time to sit down and talk with ah, oregon. moscow's representative to the international chemical weapons watched over p c. w says it's western members of dodging key questions on the alleged poisoning of russian opposition. figure alexi, nevada. early this month, a group of $45.00 members states in the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons, questioned russia over the case. moscow replied, then send a counter request to the 4 countries that have made the poisoning allegations.
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that's the case, france, germany, and sweden. however, none of those countries sent a concrete response. russian official to not found any evidence to support the theory that in the valley had been poisoned with a nerve agent of russia's representative to the o. p. c. w. alexander should been explained moscow's position. no. so was to look at the western countries, didn't respond to all the questions. we asked lilly some questions, aside considered beneath their dignity, reacting to them, but they were still questions that received their attention. they gave us answers which are not really answers in our opinion, not to be unfounded. i'll give you just 2 examples. we asked germans who was that mysterious person on board? the ambulance claim that accompanied the valley from old to berlin. the german side responded that the plane was chartered by a private company that no officials from the government or any other official body were on board. the answer is not convincing at all. it's difficult to believe that the german government didn't have
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a list of passengers. it means they're clearly hiding something and not only from us, but also from their own. m. p. 's. another example we asked the u. k. what role the newly minted citizen of the british crown miss pet chick was known to be under the protection of u. k. special forces plays in the murky case. the british response was that the role of patrick in the valleys, anti corruption activities, was well documented in the media. we ask one thing, they respond with another, the same goes for all other questions. be it the chemical formula of the substance allegedly found in the bloggers body or the notorious bottle with fingerprints or with chemical traces. that's the picture we get. and that's why we say that our western partners gave us empty answers devoid of content. engines between nato allies are escalating, as greece is pressing ahead with plans to host us forces at for additional bases, despite protests by neighboring fellow nater, lab estate, turkey, the american ambassador to agree to try to smooth things over, insisting that the expanded u. s. military presence wouldn't pose
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a threat to regional stability. greek foreign policy is not defined by turkey. the united states angry share an interest in seeing the turkey remains anchored in the west. we also have a strong shared interest in the resolution of disputes through non military diplomatic means, especially disputes between allies. on just a week ago, the united states and greece signed a deal to expand their defense partnership paving the way for the u. s. troop presence of the additional bases, including at strategic point, just kilometers from the turkish border. of that agreement came just a few weeks after another defense deal was signed by greece and france. down the 1st time the to nato member states bowed to defend each other from attacks within the alliance. with the french president menu, i'm a chron warning. the european countries can't rely on the united states for defense . political bandwidths of $280.00 europeans must still being naive when we are under pressure from powers who at times harden their stance. we need to
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react. the us is a great historical alive, but we must see that they have been focusing a lot on themselves and they have strategic interests that are reoriented towards china and the pacific. we will be naive or rather will be making a terrible mistake in our, if we did not want to draw consequences from that. we have to see this with pragmatism and lucidity for our independence. and we must, as europeans take responsibility for our phone, protection at all possible and deep joy, a lost our turkish political analyst use of aram told me that leaving anchor out of regional security agreements damages the entire nato organisation. turkey is a major driver in many of the decisions at greece makes in the region, whether it's, it's relationship with brands or the united states, allowing more us forces there. whether it's the east med platform that greece is a part of our, any type of foreign policy that tries to exclude turkey out of regional platforms. when we look lately, at the trajectory,
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in trend of these bilateral trilateral deals that have been going on, whether it's the greece, france, steel, whether it's the u. s. a grease steel. whether it's the australia, u, k, i and i united states the, we're starting to see a lot of transactional wisdom. we're starting to see a lot of bilateral deals that are slowly forming more and more bigger cracks inside of nato. us house intelligence committees, looking into an alleged to 2017 c. i. a plot to kidnap wikileaks found, a julian assange the story published by yahoo news last month claims that former c, i direct of my pompei o, pushed for highly aggressive measures against the whistleblower organization. including but not limited to the abduction of assange, kidnap aerial man hunt and shootout with russian spies and central london. the new james bond movie. not exactly. in fact, these are the highlights from
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a reported cia secret plan to silence the journalist, saudi, who revealed americans for dirty secrets. location london, the year 2017 starring julian, a sorry, a man of interest hiding ecuadorian embassy. my campaign, then c. i achieve evil mastermind behind the operation. the russkies. the essential ingredient for any good spice. dory. dow ha ha. with great every possible law to silence independent journalist state you. the upcoming details may surprise you. we are chapter one. the fascination mike compared wanted the cia to be create instructors. these subordinates not to self sense of themselves when it comes to dealing wikileaks, sometimes, oh tricks, work best they might have thought and came up with a good old assassination. close detailed sketches options on how to murder sounds,
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reportedly with disgust in the whiteness on the highest possible level. why would a cia chief plots of the killing of an independent journalist? well, it was an act of personal vendetta. back in march 2017, the newly appointed cia chief found himself in a very difficult position. when wikileaks released top secret cia papers, they were completely detached from reality because they were so embarrassed about vault 7. they were seen blood chapter to kidnapping. but somebody in the white house might have thought paid, no killings where a civilized nation that's kidnapped this journalist and sentence him to death by american law. the plan was simply break into the embassy drag assange out and bring him to where we want one small issue. the u. s. justice department failed to keep up with cia fantasies. they were still processing the case and didn't file charges
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against the wikileaks founda. so the cia was going to kidnap a foreign citizen from the capital of washington's closest ally with no legal basis tool. a perfect master black deed do could possibly spoil the fun russians of course, chapter 3, fighting russians. what if vladimir putin intelligence gets there 1st, a dunce assange, and then flies him to moscow? that's a possibility. the paranoid, see i any offices thought. brace yourself, the plans accounts of russians made just blow your mind. the see i left nothing to chance. passenger gets into the car with the russian operatives. the cia initiates a contract with the russian diplomatic vehicle. god knows how many other londoners collateral damage is. they say, assange gets on the plane. the cia blocks is on the runway by shooting its ties,
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as well as any, and anybody else in the way the plane takes elf with a flat tire. the c i, a hub is a helicopter. everything's still manages to leave the ground. they demanded the european countries closed, their rasping. we're still talking when captain julian assigned not the number one terrorist owens. if you are an independent journalist who happens to cross the american government's path from a c i a, it's pretty much the same thing. the rule of law may not look like you own a tube, a little alice, patrick, headings, and suspects the democrats are using the probe to pursue their own parties and interests. i really doubt, i really doubt that this has anything to do with defending the free press or human rights from the democratic parties of perspective. i think there are partisan. there's definitely pars and motives here. the democrats still regard julia sanchez
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. the it's major scape goat for giving the trump upset against hillary clinton, 2016 with the put as to emails and so forth. so mike pompei of features heavily in this is supposedly, as a reaction to the volt 7 release is so pop, pompei i was going a major p r. make over image make over. he's lost a weight. he's gone blonde, he's clearly being groomed for the 2024 election as a candidate and would likely be parlayed into a vice presidential slot either for president trump or rhonda santas, whichever a g o. p candidate is selected as the nominee. ok that's in use for now says days. kaiser report is up next off to which i'll have your next global update from all t in moscow. thanks for watching. mm hm . oh is your media
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