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[000:00:00;00] a a bit of splits exposed at an e u some. it says latest amount. poland obeys european rulings for warsaw insist, pluralism, suspected office. that is not surprised by aggressive rhetoric from nato states, up to germany, calls for nuclear weapons to be deployed near brushes, borders. people fry bureau in london, tries alleged u. s. war crimes and an act of support for wikileaks whistleblower julian assange. the washington once extradited from the u. k. the sites editor in chief says allegation for the cia plot, kill us on, prove that his case has been politicized. the recent revelation shows serve with any adults to the political elements of the case because to real songs,
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while we have all the human rights and civil liberties, organization of any merit to teaming up together and highly vulnerable patients are at risk in the u. k. as doctors confusion gross over the difference between a 3rd dose of coping, backseat and a booster, as well as which is the correct order to administer the people that's giving this objection, the doctor sacred. no, nothing about that job. you know about the la based computing. i'm giving it to the roots, but this information has not been given out correctly. ah, hello live am worldwide. this is you from r t international with me calling break. first, a you leaders have demanded the poland, obey a european court ruling to restore the independence of the country's judges. but the brow block summit has exposed
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a critical divide over the supremacy of european law. more on that next from charlotte davinsky person. so message is coming out from that european council meeting. the summit has been taking place in brussels for the last 2 days. you mentioned there were a hot topics. is poland, but other things were being discussed to including migration and the energy crisis . but we will start with poland because it is taking up a much of the headlines of newspapers across europe and this week. and even beyond that, following that some, it seemed members that need is, were coming out and singing to the same him are basically saying that poland has to know that the rule of law is central to the heart and foundations of the european union. and what poland must do now is toe the line and also must reinstate the judges. that its sack is part of this judicial shake up in its own country. however, the polish prime minister having none of that,
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and basically saying that this is the sort of interference that it won't accept a long road ahead of us. this road is a combination of dialogue, legal response, and concrete action to restore the independence of the judiciary. young, i'm not that there is no european country the content itself. european, if it's just as are not independent, this is at the heart of our fundamental tax collector. i, for my own, some countries have a stronger appetite for you integration. others not only poland, see this issue in the opposite way. some countries constitution say you, laura, supreme other say the opposite. so this constitutional pluralism, this pluralism, has to be respected if the cares about is strong economic and political role and aspiration in the world. another hot topic then that was being discussed was that of that migration, something that the e u has been grappling now with for many years. you leaders saying once again,
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the issue right now is coming from bella roofs and saying that the government of president lucas shanker is using migration as an instrumental tool for his politics . the new saying though that it will have a new way of potentially dealing with this impeached artem booth. we're focused on external migration, especially from belarus to e member status. this constitutes a hybrid threat. one has to be frank about that guns. mr. hooker shanker was using people for his policy and cussing car we are very concerned about the situation at the borders in with fellows. we consider the behavior of the bellows government as a hybrid attack. we will keep up the pressure on the low cash ankle regime and we are ready to explore options for further sanctions, not only for individuals but also for entities or companies. so possibly new sanctions against the bella roofs. however,
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there are some that say that sanctions are not the way forward, and in fact, all they're doing is aggravating the situation rather than making it something that can be improved. they were around 1400 illegal migrants who went in to poland. we boil that down over so many months. it's actually quite a small figure. what isn't a small figure though, is the crisis that energy is creating in europe ahead of this winter elite is scratching their heads as to how they're going to deal with that crisis. in the coming months and potentially as spain is suggested into next winter. and there are some you countries saying that the problem here is the making of the e u, because of it's pushed towards green energy sources, which it doing at the expense of a traditional fossil fuels. and it hasn't quite got there yet to pursue that green energy agenda to make up for that shortfall. however,
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the commission president ursula vaughan delane saying that that is a determined path for the e. u. for the future. it's obvious that we need more renewable and clean energy. if you look at the production price of renewables, it has considerably decreased for solar. alongside this we need a stable source, nuclear and during the transition of course, natural gas. now there's also suggestion coming out from that council meeting that the e was going to be looking at. ju, critical issues impacting the energy crisis between you and i, that is code for russia. however, the russian president, vladimir putin has said on several occasions now that russia is ready to step up to the plate and to help you out in the gas supplies it needs to mitigate this crisis that is due to hit in the next few months. in fact is already biting, but the key issue here is that the
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e u has to ask jim and he says the nato should be ready to deploy nuclear weapons, to quote, deter moscow near russia's maritime borders in the baltic and black seas. but the defense minister was challenged to exclaim, a hostile remarked. buddhist royce reported this morning that night is contemplating deterrence scenarios for the baltic and black sea regions, a possibly evolving air, deployed nuclear weapons. is this the best nate is prepared to take? this is, that's the path of deterrent. we must make it very clear to russia that in the end we're ready each month. and that is also the deterrents doctrine in to deploy such means is to deter in advance and so that nobody comes to the idea of attacking nato partners in the bull taken black c regions. and this is the comments coincide with nato unveiling. it's new master plan to defend the block against what he calls a potential russian attack on multiple fronts. the west military alliance held a 2 day meeting of defense ministers,
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the wrapped up on friday. his how nato secretary general described the current state of relations between the block and russia. it'll soon approach sharon to russia her remains the same as before, meaning earn credible the turns on the fence, combined with efforts to a have a meaningful dialogue with russia. the relationship between nato and russia is now at a low point. it has not been more difficult since to handle the cold war. mate has been jittery over a supposed russian threat a few times this year. in april, for instance, when russia conducted drills near its border with ukraine, and last month when russia and bella roost held a joint of military exercise, rushes insisted that there was no hidden agenda behind those drills of monday rusher announced it suspending the nato military liaison mission in moscow, i was after the alliance expelled 8 russian diplomats, the kremlin spokesperson says nato's new strategy proves moscow was right to sever ties. there is no need for dialogue under these conditions and natives who concept
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just goes to prove it. russia hasn't been under any illusions regarding nato, we know what the raise on diatra. this alliances this alliance was not created for peace, was created for confrontation. lee heron, r t, a former austrian foreign minister, warned the natives hostility as making europe and even more dangerous place that it was at the height of the cold war. but we have heard from boston back and the german defense minister it's, it's the regular rhetoric. it's the regular last sentence that you after statement and of course we're open for dialogue, but that generally dialogue hasn't been down for years. and in particular with regards to in whiting additional countries. insulin made so this, of course gifts which was sort of for the russian side, i will be much more food. and if i were a nato official or a german at defense minister in, in, in making these sort of statements. because we are definitely in a situation where
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a certain things on the need to a dental step in order to, to, to walked the wrong direction. and we have seen over decades about what can be built up in terms of confidence, building measures a lot more and much more to choose than the 9th and sentences ages with the dance you see process with the exchange of military observation posts. so in much worse times, you know that there was maybe a better decree of communication done today. and this is most from week to, to the fact that we missed this talents of, of being able to talk to each other and to listen. and this is definitely to be observed on, on, on the ne, to side it's, it's, it's, it's, it's much more a kind of reading out lessons to both of julianna's songs held a people's try be role in london on friday on the alleged
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u. s. war crimes revealed by the wikileaks found which reportedly led to a c. i plot to kill him. it was intended to strengthen public backing of the whistleblower ahead of his upcoming extradition hearing. it is a disgrace for europe that the toner list and found off. we can leaks julianna's, so she has been locked up. we need to be absolutely clear is crime is telling the truth in a different society. julian assault would now be hailed by every aspect to the british media for being a hero. the u. k. government's conduct in relation to sancha has revealed such gross hypocrisy, or when it comes to any professed commitment to human rights. so if the british judges decide either to extradite the sans to the us or to keep him in the british montana mob, they will basically condemn him to death is about people, power versus state power. you can go to the united states and you will find plenty of them. for criminals who have never been put on trial. you're criminals,
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and we're going to pursue you to the end of the earth and back for the crimes. you're committing all over the world against humanity, while also murdering slowly drilling assange and other whistleblowers. now, while the bell marsh tribunal, it is named after the jail where research is being held, had no legal bearing, but it aim to elicit public attention following in the footsteps of a similar event conducted half a century ago, condemning us actions in vietnam next week. as on faith as a hearing into his possible extradition to the united states on espionage charges. if found guilty, he could be jailed for up to 175 years now rallies planned in the british capital on saturday ahead of the proceedings. supporters have been telling us why they think the case must be thrown out. there is the possibility that it can go to the supreme, the supreme court. i'm hoping very, very much that the united states does both. there's this appeal hearing angel's
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conclusions from why to political events awful. we've never seen the key witness say that he live. we've seen the cia attempting to support the entire security organization in ecuador and embassy. i'm. we've seen now that they were plotting to either kidnapped or possibly even fastly during this time. to be honest, most cases would have absolutely collapsed up this point on this case certainly should, to the recent revelation shows. so without any doubt for the political elements of the case we've has to be on sounds. well, we have all the human rights and civil liberties, organization of any married to teaming up together. i have to talk to this to be a just outcome. just as for julian and justice for journalism, because that's what the stake here. you've been punished for telling the truth. when the united states administration on the british government were lying. if you want journalism like that real journalism, investigative journalism, then you're gonna have to pop with the fact that june assigned to people like him.
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all the people who are giving it to you. well, from a man who exposed alleged to you as crimes, to a whistleblower of perhaps a more questionable kind of form of facebook data scientist who's been dishing the dirt. but links to the u. s. establishment of prompting suspicions about her motives as our t reports among our stories after the break and blue ah, ah ah, ah ah ah
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ah ah, ah, it join me every 1st bit on the alex simon. sure. but obviously you the guess on the world politics sport business, i'm sure business. i'll see you then. ah hello again. more by headline news now and vulnerable patients in the u. k. could be missing out on a life saving cove id shot at the doctor's confusion on the difference between the
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3rd dose of the vaccine. and the booster or these inoculations must be given in the correct order, but the 2 terms are often used interchangeably leading to a mix up even among medics. i went to to richie p surgery and she said it was not very jam. chris sure does not fear great a fish. this is different to a booster. it is part of the primary cause of the vaccine, right crater that to my research and my research i found whilst that 3rd dose is a full gosh, the booster router value, as when to looms 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
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administering them. legal from white to speaking to him. and he saying the word in it differently. vaccine has gotten differently to chat for you. it certainly is confusing people. the recommendation is that those who are immunosuppressed, meaning they have a weekend immune system at the time of their 1st. and 2nd cove at 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 fifty's, those with underlying health conditions and those living with the immunosuppressed as well. not only are they entirely different jobs, but thousands of extremely vulnerable people are struggling to break into their life. saving vaccines with experts saying that this huge error could cost lives. reduction it be the potency of the job for the boosters. so there's
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a lot of a translation of these 2 terms, b to cover most people don't have full effective immunity against a k v. 19. if you don't have your immunity top top to the, the optimum level for you, then your greater risk you need to pay. presumably some people will end up passing away because of a cheerless husband. brian suffers multiple myeloma, a rare type of blood cancer, meaning his, amino compromised and entitled to his 3rd job in the last 8 weeks. so julie has fought against at least a dozen healthcare professionals, including gps chemists and even staff at vaccination centers. they told her there is no such thing as a 3rd dose or use the term interchangeably with booster. the people that's given different direction. you dr. sacred. know nothing about their job. you know about the booster. i'm hearing. i'm giving it to go. to be honest because they're not,
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you have the right to commission in my i for a lot of people that the booster thinking to get into the job and did not pick up. i'm speaking on behalf of brian because e is magwell. all the people out there that's not just necessarily got my loaner gotten leukemia that got linked former but got any thing that give them a compromised immune system. so my husband is one person, but i just think about them on the people, but it's not actually beander avenue more either in the contract that this information is not being given out correctly. as you can infections het almost 50000 in single day, the highest since july. in order to avoid a return to cave at restrictions, the government is urging the public to do their bit and take the coven vaccine and booster offers. but i think we've been really clear that we've all got a role to play. if people, if known enough people that boosted jobs, it's gonna hit us all. but when those administering the jobs don't know which is
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which leaves those most vulnerable, even more so sharp edwards dashti, artie london, united states leading medical research agency has admitted funding risky studies into bats. and corona viruses in china's will hand province. and as despite early denials from the president's chief medical advisor, doctor entity foundry, his correspondent daniel armstrong, a game of fat and mouse in the u. s. over corona virus research findings and public funds. quite literally, a top national institutes of health official has admitted us taxpayer money, finance, testing, mice in china with backbone of irish, genetically altered to make it more transmissible to humans. now the danger of such research has always been that the virus could escape the lab and spark a public health disaster. the limited experiment described in the final progress report was testing as spite protons from naturally occurring bat corona,
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viruses. circulating in china were capable of binding to the human a, c, e 2 receptor and the mouse model. laboratory mice infected with the c h. c o. 14 w i v one bad corona virus became sicker than those infected with w i. v one batt corona virus. ego health failed to report this finding right away as was required by the terms of the grant. and yet for months the biden administration's big cheese on the disease thought to anson he found she denied any claims that the u. s. funded such projects. it comes as vindication for republican senator run. paul, who's quest for transparency on the investigation was beginning to look like a rat race? no one saying they are, it is ours to it also. and malachi, los virus cause the pandemic. what were alleging is the gain of function research was going on in that lab and an i age funded it. that is an ide away from it. it meets your definition and you are ops you skating the truth. anybody have lying
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here, senator? it is you. some experts say found she knowingly misled the country, the national institutes of health, se acknowledgements of the facts is new, but the facts themselves and not new. the national institutes of health was informed about the gain of function research in wooten, in 2018 and again in 2020 collins and found she lied to congress light to the press and light to the public. now, although the bat is out of the bag, according to take back, let's a seems that the u. s. has tried to cover up anything indicating any links to such research in we won the u. s. space eco health alliance. president pizza, dash jack was even chosen as part of a w h o team of experts to investigate the origins of cove it. but it seems that much of us top level f. it's in the pandemic, not least. their insistence on blaming and investigating china have only exposed to u. s. official cover ups and lies with
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a disturbing question being why cover ups and lies needed these most recent revelations show that a national institute of health director collins either outright wide or. busy have absolutely no idea what's going on with their agencies either way they have no business writing these organizations. and frankly, i think there needs to be a full open investigation that are whether or not they didn't know directly. no. and if so, they should be held to the fullest extent of punishment, or that if history is a judge of how it's going to go, we're going to see little to no accountability. but i hope i'm wrong. i think it is the height of night say to believe that what we know the u. s. government you have done from the 193019495900. 69799202010 has suddenly magically stopped in the 2020 that you know, a decade century cost of subterfuge in clandestine operations. and you know, and cover ups and scandals and lies suddenly ended. even though no one ever was
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held accountable for the old lives and clandestine operations and so forth. so i hate to say that, you know, i don't think this is a one off. this is car for the course for large authoritarian governments. facebook whistleblower frances, how can they seeking more government regulation of social media to tackle supposedly dangerous content, but she's not above suspicion herself with compromising links to the u. s. establishment. putting her in the spotlight as a potential government stooge. i'll teach dmitri polk dig deeper. whistleblowers are generally seen by many to be sort of brave heroes. they put their careers freedom work 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
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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 learn my life. this is my virtual badge. today i join fisma as your credit key for cynic information pm. i was extremely excited to be able to make a difference in the 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 contents hate speech and misinformation. when you're a, a real whistleblower, you are targeted by the government. you are silenced,
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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 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 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,
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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 of media is supporting hogan out of 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 how get his backed by us intelligence insiders doesn't even seem like that far of
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a stretch. any more fear on media or through his limit. a foundation has sponsored whistleblower aid. o media 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, 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 halligan's 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
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o media are sponsoring this group. and 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 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 and trumps impeachment trial. and andrew, because another key figure at the firm which, judging by its name, is supposed to aid whistleblowers, literally called for ju innocence to face the full wrath of the law. it was an honor to support francis 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
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n for having me on this evening. i'm proud to represent francis, a courageous whistleblower alongside my colleagues and 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 a cold shoulder at best. okay, that's the news for now. next we me, the spaniards still searching for their real families, having being forcibly taken a birth simply because the parents to fight the franco dictatorship generations ago . ah, we have always been able to push that in sort of a far dark corner of our conscious because they will know turn it in once there are alternatives, you can no longer do that and you have to kind of accept,


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