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ah, highly vulnerable patients are at risk in the u. k. as confusion grows over the difference between a 3rd dose of coven vaccines and a booster, as well as the correct order in which they should be given. the people that's given this injection, the doctor sacred? no, nothing about the general. you know about lavista. i'm painting a few minutes ago groups that this information is not been given out correctly. poland accused is the you of pressure and blackmail. as a dispute over the rule of law rises to summit level and lower, your expectations are republican. senator claims that should be jo biden's motto, amid anger at a supply chain, disruption or multiple supply chain disruptions and oblique forecast. for the u. s . economy, ah,
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wherever you are in the world, you know what time it is. it's time for our to international. i'm your host donald quarter. welcome to the program. vulnerable patience in the u. k. could be missing out on a life saving cobit shot. it's all over confusion about the difference between the 3rd dose of the vaccine and a booster. these inoculations should be given in the correct order, but the 2 terms are often used interchangeably. leading to mix ups even among medics. i'm going to trigger g p century and she said it was not that jump. chris? sure there's no fear. great, a fish. this is different to a booster, it's his parents are the primary cause of the vaccine, right? credited back to my research and my research, what i found whilst that is a dose, gosh,
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the booster router value as winter limbs and rumors of returning to lockdown, circulate the government is upping the ante on the vaccination top rollouts. but those that need it, the most struggling to get the 3rd dose they so desperately need you to confusion over the differences between the 3rd jab and the booster by the very people administering them. leasing black and white is vicky to him. and he's saying the word in it differently than faxing has gotten different to be it certainly as confusing people. the recommendation is that those who are immunosuppressed, meaning they have a weakened immune system at the time of their 1st. and 2nd, covert vaccines should now receive a 3rd dose as part of the primary vaccination routine. the booster program is totally separate to the 3rd dose and is being offered to the over fifties. those with underlying health conditions and those living with the amino suppressed as
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well. not only are they entirely different jobs, but thousands of extremely vulnerable people are struggling to brook into their life. saving vaccines with experts saying that there's huge error could cost lives, reduction it be the potency of the job for the boosters. so there's a lot of a conflation of these 2 terms, b to compromise. people don't have full effective immunity, a j, a k v. 19, if you don't have your immunity top top to the, the optimal level for you, then your greater risk you need to bait. presumably some people will end up passing away because of julie's husband. brian suffers multiple myeloma, a rare type of blood cancer, meaning he is amino compromised and entitled to his 3rd and the last 8 weeks. so julie has 40 tanks, at least a dozen healthcare professionals,
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including gps chemists and even staff vaccination centers. they told her there is no such thing as a 3rd dose. oh, use the time interchangeably with booster. the people that giving this injection. dr. sacred. no. nothing about the day joe. you know about the booster. i'm fuming. i'm giving it the book room to be honest. because did not go right to commission in my i saw lots of people about the booster thinking to get into the big not be published. i'm speaking on behalf of writing because it is magwell. all the people out there. that's not necessarily got my loaner got leukemia lymphoma, but scott and you think that gives them a compromised immune system. so my husband, each one person, i just think about all the people that's not got a judgement beander avenue, more of the, in the contract. that this information is not being given out correctly. as you can, infections hit almost 50000 in a single day. the highest since july,
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in order to avoid the return to kind of restrictions the government is urging the public to do that bit and take the coven vaccine and booster office. i think we've been really clear that we've all got a role to play. if people, if not enough people that boosted jobs, it's gonna hit us all. or when those administering the jobs don't know which is which leaves those most vulnerable even more. so, chateau edwards, dashti, arte, london. we won't act under pressure or blackmail that was the polish prime minister's statement at the e. u. summit in brussels. tensions had been high between the block in warsaw recently over the question of rule of law, a subject at the forefront of discussions and dividing member states with the details here charlotte rabinski from paris. you lead is debating late into the night over those and difficult topics so much so that the usual press conference after the 1st day. the council at was cancelled one official saying that raoul,
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bout poland and this rule of law and whether a country's law takes precedence or not. of law was so tense that the slovak prime minister actually had to intervene at one point to calm the situation down. but we won't know exactly who said what, because the usual details are record taking has been for gone this time for more generic note making. make of that what he wants. now the sparring though, had already begun before the leaders even sat down at the table. the polish prime minister on his arrival at that summit, making clear that his country's position was firm and it would not be backing down . josh, but he won't act on the pressure or blackmail. we're ready to dialogue. we don't agree with the constantly broadening range of competencies, but we will of course, talk about it to sure how to resolve the current dispute with understanding and dialogues. if they look, now, we know that most european countries, lilly does
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a pretty serious with poland. at the moment over this wrangle about the rule of law . however, poland can i count on the support of at least one other member state that hungary who itself is in its own tussle with the european union, was going on here is regularly that european institutions circumvent the rights of the national or parliament and government, and modify on the treaty without having any legitimate ter, or serenity, tall luisel, saw the polish. all right to get the independence of the ball. judiciary is the key issue which we have to discuss and we have to shuttle and we're, poland has to take the necessary steps that is non negotiable. it's a shame that we have to spend a lot of time on this because we could devote our time to discuss an energy prices or the future of our economy or to better social protection. the main question i ask my polish colleague, what future do you see in europe? are you part of this club? you can't be part of the club and at the same time,
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say the rules that apply to everybody, do not apply to you anymore. now we understand that they won't be any official mention all that debate over poland from the european council, but unofficially we know that the council president shall, michelle says that he believes the primacy of law is fundamental. so this is an issue that will continue to tear away at member states. the other big discussion that was on the table on thursday was energy and how the european union is going to deal with this looming energy crisis as we move in to the winter. now, leaders are have apparently adopted a conclusion over how they're going to deal with the spike in energy prices. but that also is pretty difficult discussion. this is though, what the commission president ursula vander lane had to say about that in the mit and long term. it is very clear that the strategy has to be to invest massively in clean and renewable energy because this is energy that is reliable because it is
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produced in europe. and it is the future growing energy though another sticking point between new member states with a for a couple of my misstates. now, blaming that as being, the reason that europe is in this problem, this crisis at the moment, they're saying what's happened over the last few years is that the e u, in the commission itself is pushed towards a greener agenda. and it's done that at a point that so fast, but it hasn't got the technology to pick up the slack as it's been closing down domestic gas fields. and for some member states including poland. this is the big issue. in fact, poland actually suggested to the leaders that what they should be which should be a rethinking of the news thick for $55.00 climate package. that though, was shot down discussions due to continue on friday at with leaders looking to
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discuss trade and how that can be used as a bargaining chip full influence for the european union in the future. you can imagine as that there will be time for more fun and debating and possibly even more disagreements. 16 people howard have been confirmed dead in an explosion at a gunpowder factory near the russian city of resolve on which is about 200 kilometers south east of moscow. several people are still unaccounted for. while a search and rescue operation is underway and the completely destroyed building, preliminary investigation suggests a violation of safety regulations could have led to the explosion. fire sparked by the blaze, has now been brought under control. the factory produced explosives for industrial use and also decommissioned ammunition the binding administration is considering deploying the national guard to deal with
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the current supply chain, crisis ravaging the country. us ports and warehouses are packed with goods, but there's a shortage of drivers to deliver them. so now the president said at a maryland townhome meeting that he was discussing the measure, the federal reserve earlier concluded that the crisis had resulted in significantly slowed economic growth. and as caleb mob reports, all of these problems seem to have appeared on biden's watch. the u. s federal reserve is a vital institution, that's the center of the us economy. and in their recently published report, referred to as the beige book. they said some pretty dire things. they pointed out that quote, the pace of growth slowed constrained by supply chain disruptions and labor shortages and referring to september through october, goes on to talk about how in transportation, in technology and manufacturing. there has been labor supply shortages,
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while retail hospitality, and manufacturing firms have had cut hours of production and other problems due to the pandemic. now, inflation in the united states reached a 13 year high in june, and it's 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 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. 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 tone of that article. among them was republican. senator josh holly, you know,
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i think that lower your expectations tucker is really the slogan to the vice presidency. we're told that the american people with the problem, you're the problem, national may late. oh, it's all the american people's fault, and it's joe biden fault. and his terrible policies he's trying to run down this country because he doesn't believe in it. and at this point, we've got joe biden losing public support. polls continue to show that there was a pole tuesday from gwinnett 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, so he tends to blame donald 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's confident that his policies are, quote, overwhelmingly popular. and of course,
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he doesn't miss an opportunity to blame his predecessor, saying, quote, take a look what i inherited when i came to office. he's also blamed republicans for refusing to raise the debt ceiling. 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 for 15. people couldn't get dishwashers in furniture and treadmills delivered on time, not to mention also another thing. so why is a tragedy in the short the treadmill that's delaying the trick? the problem now we spoke to people on the streets of new york about how they've been affected by this and how they felt about the white house comments. here's what we heard. if they would stop really making jokes about it and actually action things. and we would get things done well, i think it's terrible. i think that it's a major problem and it needs to be addressed. and i know that that washington is doing a whole lot about it. i'm in the electrical business and everything is back order.
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you've got to wait months now the u. s. economy is showing signs of systemic distress. we've got the inflation that is hitting americans in their daily lives, the supply chain issues, and most americans, according to polls feel that joe biden is responsible. however, the biden administration, they blame it on donald trump, they blame it on other factors and they don't seem to be very learned about it. you'd like to delve even deeper, check out our websites, op ed section american writer, robert bridge describes how an expletive fueled mean has placed the democratic party in a bind and sent a clear message to president biden. go ahead and take a look at why it's so popular and how influential it is right now on r t dot com. after the break, president putin and israel's new prime minister, enough tale bennett, reaffirm the country's close ties at a meeting in the russian resorts city of so cheap. our correspondence is there for us to. he'll have a lot of interesting details. after the short break. blue,
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ah ah ah ah, we'll come back to the program. now facebook, c, e o, mark zuckerberg might be facing a 1700000000 dollar hit as he has been made a defendant in a data protection lawsuit against his platform. it comes amid growing calls for more government regulation to tackle drain dangerous content on social media, driven recently by the testimony whistleblower francis hogan. but she's also not
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above suspicion with compromising links to the u. s. establishment. putting her in the spotlight as a potential government stooge. as ortiz, dmitri polk dig deeper, whistleblowers are generally seen by many to beep sort of brave heroes. they put their careers freedom were even lives on the line. to reveal the dirtiest seeker itself corrupts organizations and governments. but when a whistleblower like francis hogan comes along and becomes an overnight mainstream media darling with an odd background and a full team of top tier lawyers with close ties to the establishment. that sort of raises some questions to say the least. i mean, come on. how many whistleblowers get these kinds of high production, promo reales? these look has the resources and potentially the motivation to run my life. this is my virtual badge. today i join fisma and i was recruited kitty for cynic misinformation p. m. i was extremely excited to be able to make a difference,
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a whistleblower blowing the lid on the social media giant. that's constantly accused of pushing agenda, censoring dissent and violating privacy, etc. well, let's just say halligan's revelations turned out to be a bit more in line with establishment talking points than you would expect. apparently the whole point of her leaks was that she just wanted to promote more government regulation and censorship of co, dangerous content hate speech and misinformation. when you're a, a real whistleblower, you are targeted by the government. you are silenced, you are prosecuted and sent to prison. but if you are celebrated on capitol hill and financed by independent companies, i'm sorry, but you're not a whistleblower. you're a political tool. she's being treated well by democrats on capitol hill by the white house, by the mainstream media, because she supports their narrative. you know, there's talk on capitol hill about breaking up facebook and breaking up some of the
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other big tech companies because they're monopolies so far. no one has had the guts to pursue something like that. this may be the hook that they need to at least start looking into anti monopoly actions against facebook and against some of the other big tech companies. so the question now is, who exactly is this woman and who is supporting her? well, according to political, how getting allegedly has quite a few big name backers, there's larry lessig, a former democratic presidential candidate who is now managing her legal team. there's been scott, former tech advisor to hillary clinton and then there's her tapia representative mil burden, who runs public affairs at a little non profit called the center for humane technology. which brings us to the guy behind all of them. e bay founder and millionaire media mogul, peer media, who's luminated foundation, apparently funds all these people and their organizations. but if you think a media is supporting how going out of
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a sense of justice or disgust at the way social media giants operator, something like that. well, that may be a little naive ever since he started growing his media empire, his main clients have been done. done, done the state department. apparently he helped them supplement regime change in foreign countries, which they don't even actually hide. they literally posted online as their strategic plan well with these kind of ties allegations that halligan is backed by us. intelligence insiders doesn't even seem like that far of a stretch. any more fear media are through his lumet. a foundation has sponsored whistleblower aid. o, many are put up the money for this very suspicious our organization which claims that it's sort of an anti wiki leagues. and it encourages whistleblowers to collaborate with the government and with their employer as they blow the whistle. it's pretty clear that they coached frances halligan,
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inserted her script about taking on official enemies through facebook's threat intelligence division from ethiopia to me and mar to china, to iran and omit ours role was never reported until weeks after huggins high profile testimony. but it makes perfect sense, considering that facebook is the bad cop of the big tech world. and mark zuckerberg is a whipping boy for virtually every one in washington right now. so long comes o media are sponsoring this group. this whistleblower who want to speak out about how toxic facebook has become. and he appears like the good cop, the good big tech guy who wants to work with the democrats and actually help sensor what goes on in social media, which is a key imperative of the democratic party right now. whistleblower aid doesn't exactly have
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a good reputation among whistleblowers to put it mildly the founder mark zaid literally read it out. his client geoffrey sterling, an actual whistleblower to his buddies at langley. but then had no issues representing the ukrainian whistleblower in trumps impeachment trial. and andrew, because for another key figure at the firm which, judging by its name as opposed to aid whistleblowers, literally called her ju innocence, to face the full wrath of the law. it was an honor to support frances hogan today, as she testified before the senate. i am privileged to work with a talented team of co counsels. thank you. out front sin n for having me on this evening. i'm proud to represent francis, a courageous whistle blower alongside my colleagues at whistleblower aid. with frances halligan's, unusual success story. many whistleblowers now probably wish they also had the kind of support that she does. but unfortunately, it seems, there revelations just weren't as convenient for the establishment. so all they got was prosecution and
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a cold shoulder at best. rushes federal security service says it's foiled a terror attack on transport. infrastructure located in the south of the country. government agents arrested a suspected follower of islamic state who was plotting the assault as archie's roman culture of reports. well, according to the russian federal security service, the supporter of the islamic states was planning to commit a large scale, a terrorist act in russia's caucasus region. now a security service statement says that he was ready to blow up an area of transport infrastructure in the city of several ball with an improvised explosive device. now authorities released this footage of a search in his home, showing explosives and damaging fragmentation. elements used to manufacture an i. e . d. now the timely arrest has the potential to save the many lives. indeed, it's hard to say how many, but unfortunately,
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history tells us that hundreds of people have perished and other terrorist acts on transport here in russia, including railways, airports, buses, and other places of mass, a gatherings. now, once such a tragic example took place in april of 2017. when 15 people were killed and the dozens were injured after suicide bomber designated and improvised explosive device in the st. petersburg subway. meanwhile, the terrace act that phil was averted in russia's several poem friday became yet another successful operation by the federal secured his service. that's once again save the lives of many innocent people. indeed, israel's new prime minister, enough tale bennett, has met president putin for the 1st time since taking office. the 2 leaders, reaffirmed their countries close ties during a gathering in the russian resorts, city of sochi. eli potential wraps up the meeting for us. well,
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the way russia and israel have been dealing with each other in the past few years is truly remarkable because on the one hand, los gills, the allies in the region are of the islamic republic of iran, and also syria ruled by president bashar al assad. but then on the other hand, these are some of the staunchest enemies of tel aviv. however, despite all that latimer potent and the previous israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu have been able to build a truly trustworthy relationship, if not close ties in some areas. and by the looks of it, the new head of these really government, natalie bennett, isn't keen to challenge or change that. and this attitude is being felt here in russia from the news things mother. i hope very much, but despite domestic political battles, which are inevitable for any country, you'll government will pursue
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a policy of continuity in russian israeli relations. when we built businesslike and trust based relations with a previous government, jewelry whole mala whole not. i'd like to say that our relations are based on very close ties between our countries in our people, mister president, for more than 20 years. you have been working to strengthen ties between our countries and you have brought them to this level sion. i want to tell you on behalf of the whole country and our people that we see you as a very close and true friend of the state of israel. now when it comes to the agenda, when it comes to the things that are on the table, well, that was easy to predict. the 2 things that i mentioned, the situation in syria and also the iranian nuclear program. this is where despite the, the new chapter and friendship between the 2 nations, the discussions perhaps won't be easy at all, but that they will be much more pleasant when the 2 leaders talk about a bilateral corporation. in fact, the vitamin brewton did say that russian is railey trade,
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grew by 50 percent in the 1st 7 months of 2021. despite the pandemic, then surely, they will be discussing ways to deal with the pandemic. possibly even the recognition and the use of russian made sputnik be in israel. if you'd like more details on those top new stories, you can always check out our website r t dot com or follow us on twitter. i'll be back with more news in just about 30 minutes, so stay tuned. a dye . i cried. i just kind of split the whole time out there. no one really thought anything different. you just all thought i just didn't feel good. on the way for the surgery, his lungs failed. 30 seconds,
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but i killed him. i had gotten stuck with so many needles that day in 2019 don't to started talking about a new wide spread disease 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 vapor products. the pull this out to refill note. holy crap, he's gonna die. oh no, he's better. it was, i wouldn't want my worst enemy every don't see that it was come out of breath. join me every 1st bit on the alex simon. sure. and i'll be speaking to guess what? the world politics,
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