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cronan to 20 percent of the shared his annual budget program. flagship pricing system is an app which uses if they come in to prolong into contact with someone. in fact, with cobra. it advisors, but not legally obliges them to self isolate for 10 days or partial missing this function. you guys fill in, says that as long as you're outweigh the disadvantages we heard from dr. john pontus pediatrician who believes the government hasn't learned from past mistakes and test and trace is no exception. i think they'll keep shoveling money at it and say no, no, everything's fine. the commons county committee is go to rome. the select committee is go to rome and they just carry on burying their head in the sand, which is basically a kind of common characteristics that run through the government. thinking that if you throw money private companies, you're going to get something that's expected and they should have learned by now. since you know the case, they should have invested in n, h, s,
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laboratories and in local public health teams. these are the kinds of things which people have been saying for a month now, very little evidence they've done that. there's a headlines for this hours they've seen with us across all can just a few moments time, the theme and i return in often with the latest headlines once again that ah, well, i mean, no shit, you know, born is a piece and you face as emerge we don't have a therapy, we don't on the back seat, the whole world needs to take action to be ready. people are judgment, common crisis with we can do better,
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we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great. the response has been met. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are in it together with ah, littered, i'm peter lavelle. does hear a path to strategic vision for the future. what kind of relationship will it develop with china? europe stands at a crossroads will remain dependent on washington as a junior partner or will, europe ought to play the role of a great power on the world stage. i
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cross stocking e u. china relations. i'm joined to be careful that there are some issues. so like on taiwan and others, but for the rest we not like america tool, we don't follow america that so when mr. salt and barrett, for example, the 2nd page on of nato in brussels, said that nato needs to project himself into the indoor pacific region. i say what, you know, i, i don't understand this, this is not the north atlantic, is it? yeah, well i, it's go to our guest in beijing, i know i, we're beijing, i, i wouldn't like that again. sounds very jingo, istic to me. and particularly since china is in what asia go ahead in beijing. well, nato has been looking for some sure destiny. in the absence when the, when the wall fell, i mean, they really, it's just plain inertia that they're still there. i mean, it's a real question about what they think they can do in such a place. i mean,
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it's not a naval power. it's a land power. everything was based on facing off with pressure. tank's artillery pieces missiles is not equipped and therefore it would be a huge boon for the armaments industry as they try to figure out how they're going to get involved in asia. so it's, yes, it is. exactly. as you said, these are the echoes of gun boat policy. the, you know, policies are trying to set off asian neighbors against each other between india and china. and also just this whole colonial. busy is ation act it's, it's really is erie, how many people are in the u. s. and also you about the subject brand. i mean it's a, it's a truism that the u. s. arms industry always needs an enemy and it always needs
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threat inflation. and of course, china's in line now here. ok, i get that. ok, and the jingo is think, attitude, you get and cable tv about the time, the threat and all that. but when i look at europe here, i mean, how does europeans feel out way? i mean, they want to really sell out a lot of money for armaments and things like that for an enemy that doesn't even exist geographically for them, at least all the way on the other side of the world. i mean, if they don't want to cough up money for nato to confront russia, why would they do it for china? go ahead, brand. i think for europeans, this is a really open question and, and then the next few weeks we will see exactly where the european union is going to stand on the issue of the emerging cold war from the united states against china . because the foreign policy chief justice burrell is working on the so called strategic company. and this is actually really important because it should be
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agreed upon by members member, which comes ahead of the next nato summit in 2022. when they're going to revise their strategic concept that they've actually been working on the non revised one since 2010. and that one doesn't even name china as a threat. in fact, the last week, nato defense ministers had a meeting and none of the working groups actually focused on china. so as the one gets mentioned, the policy is really at a standstill. but i think that as we've seen, actually from the defense minister meeting, france has gotten a concession to united states to develop a complimentary european defense to nato. which in my mind is them saying that they want to pursue strategic autonomy, like they've been saying. but also it shows that nato's become actually less relevant to the countries that it was designed for in the 1st place. you know, look, it's very interesting. as you know, we talk about nato in europe is being synonymous. but that's really what the problem is here because they shouldn't be synonymous. all right?
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because individual member states have different we live, even with russian, look at hungry, for example. ok. the trade relationship between germany and china has already been mentioned here. it seems to me that nato is it gets, is what gets in the way all the time of real strategic thinking. because when you met, when you invoke nato, you have to check with washington. how can that possibly be in europe, that the european union? i'm saying europe strategic interests. go ahead. look. well, you know, a manual and michael sat down some time ago, back from the alliance. that was brain dead on. if you put that next to the fact that a few days ago, president emiliano thought turkey wanted to expel 7 name to ambassadors out of turkey, out of the 10 that he wanted to push out. i mean, are these alliance with a no military alliance? it's song, it's very strange and also the way the americans lately have push europe,
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especially germany on gas. you'll remember also that john on the congress in america, didn't want germany to finalize to complete the o. oh, and all stream to play play. i mean, this was incredible. it arrives in the island, the proven, which is the constituency of mrs. merkel. so it's a slap in the face of lady merkel. but of course she didn't say anything, but i'm sure she thought of some things about her american ally. so we have real problems with the nato to, to be an alliance. and it doesn't represent europe at all. as you say, it represents some wishy washy alliance that doesn't know exactly what to do since the war. so back just disappeared. i know it, let's go back to you in beijing. i mean, can you explain something to me or maybe it is not explainable. i mean, how can, from a europeans perspective specifically, you know, make the claim that china is
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a threat and all, by the way, can we get back to that investment deal that you know, that it is frozen in the european part. i mean, how can you talk about that in the same conversation? i mean, a day. so that's why we're doing this program. i really don't understand it. you know, you know, you're a threat where get upset arms that we're going to go halfway round the world. and, you know, we're the, to improve our trade relations. how can you, how both at the same time, go ahead. well, if you haven't seen it, there is a marvelous yet that has done, it shows the australians, somebody asking. so who's our biggest rates are china and who is the biggest threat? and so what, what you're saying is that we're going to spend our money to guard our trade routes against our largest trade partner, and the guy kind of nots. and that's the same thing. true for the u. s. u in china, closing and not $600000000000.00 and trade china is the use are just trading are now it's applied to the west. and now they're talking about how they can rain in
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china, how they can change china. i just doesn't make a lot of sense this idea of having military tactics or directions against your largest rate or i think it just, it is flexing and that's, that's really what it is. but we live in a, you know, kind of post hypocritical age. and i, you start thinking about it here in one sense for about 226. everyone's concerned about china's, you know, making a commitment to getting, you know, coal down. and they are, say they're going to stick to their long term goals. but there's a fluctuation right now because it, but on the other hand, you're, again, is, are absolutely concerned that china will not be able to supply enough of tried only serials for cars because why they haven't had enough electricity because they're now having to burn coal. so on one hand, they say, oh,
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we want you to do these things on the other hand and say we want to do the opposite . and this is the problem today. there's no sense of irony or hypocrisy, amongst any of the stations. they just simply say, oh, what's good for me is, is good for everybody. well, it, brad, you. you mentioned joseph burrell, i'm kind of glad you did because he's a rather odd fellow. ok, i mean, i mean, he goes, i mean, joe biden would blush with this guy's gaps right here. i mean, the europe, it's interesting, it's future to this in this guy here because when he came to moscow, we made it come, he made a complete fool, not of himself. and then he had to do this quickly. leave me the directions, have no interest in talking to them. why would the chinese be interested in talking to them? go ahead, brad. well, you know, i think that from their perspective they would be interested in talking to him because he is the foreign policy chief by the same time taking him seriously at this point. you know, basing, i think if you look at how they reacted to certain european parliament resolutions
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and various things coming from you, they're starting to take it less than less seriously and see that the you and i think anybody that lives in the you can agree is kind of broken at this point, if you see how various member states are trying to undermine collect policy and some emerging pregnant to them. for example, let's look at like lithuania, the czech republic. right now, both of these countries are trying to take a cudgel to you china relation by, for example, opening trade offices with taiwan, which it acts acts as a informal embassy. i think that right, i have to jump in and i have to jump in here, but we have to go to a hard break. and after that hard break, we'll continue our discussion on e. u. china relations. stay with our team. the ah
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join me every thursday on the alex summon show and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politics sport. business. i'm show business. i'll see you then me so he say this statistic that 90 percent of the well the cell by 10 percent of the population and they added trillions of dollars and a net worth. since the fantastic one would look out on to the american landscape and look at all the wonderful innovation, these folks have brought people to their lives. oh wait, hold on. life expectancy is down into mortality is up wealth. an income gap is widening to genie coefficient. looks terrible. death of despair are exploding. so i think it's natural to conclude that all this money fronting is not feeding a meritocracy. in fact, it's fading at tack. his doctor said rule by the least qualified
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welcome at crossing were all things are considered. i'm peter labelle, to remind you we're discussing e china relations. ah. okay, go back to loop. you know, i started out talking with our to our guest in beijing out the new approach. this new cold war as a eerie resemblance to european colonialism of the 19th century. but there's also an echo of history here. and it is of the cold war itself after world war 2. and where europe found itself as a junior partner to the united states with the end of the cold war, the not the rise of china, but the return of china. um, it's the u. s. that is making everybody choose. you gotta be with us or you're with them. okay. and europe is the one in the middle. most of all,
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i am it completely baffled by a, the euro. if you're a proper, you know, it has the into it well educated people industrialize, very modernized, very innovative when it wants to be, it has the population size, it needs larger than the united states. it has everything, it needs to be a great power, but it's not, and it probably won't be. and because it can't get it's house in order on all the things i just mentioned there, it will forever be dependent on the united states and become irrelevant. i mean, this is why i said in my introduction, this is a crossroads. you've got all the ingredients to be a great power and a great power that can be part of a multi lateral world to keep the peace. not to be an aggressive one, but to be part of a peaceful one as well. but it's never going to come together. and if you listen to all these buffoons in brussels, you'll never understand what direction they want to take europe. you know why? because they don't know. go ahead, luc. well,
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we are an international diplomatic and political dwarf. europe is where a great partner, economically speaking in all the phases astonishing with a lot of consumers, of course and dumb. it's very important for china, by the way, to have good relations with europe and with and for europe, record relations with china. so you have the silk road issue. we haven't mentioned that, but that crosses are by land. i mean asia to come to italy and further to germany and, and further up even so on and, and part b through, through russia as well. so, um, there are things that are moving in and this economic diplomacy that so rose, creating of course, europe needs to be careful. m a chinese non for having spied on certain things. so, you know, we need to be careful, but china must remain
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a partner. as for the rest, of course, we still diplomatically, very much dependent upon the us for our defense and dumb. it doesn't go well within nato at all. that's for sure. i know a, one of the things that i find really disturbing in the 21st century with the return of china and the scene in a very big way here is that the u. s. continues to rely upon military solutions. it's always the military, you know, more project, you know, the pentagon loves it. ok. but you know, when i look at china and, and i try to be objective here. i mean, china is a, is a massive business trading partner, you know, a belt road initiative. and things like this, which the americans are terrified of because they don't have the wherewithal to do that. but china is okay, creating prosperity, jobs, trade, all of these things that the world needs here. and it's because the u. s. is unwilling or unable to do that. i mean, you can't even fix its own infrastructure. good for goodness sake. ok. i mean that
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in the default position is need more missiles. okay. oh, and taiwan, all of a sudden taiwan is a big issue here. no, it's no coincidence. you know, that it's suddenly, these are put on the agenda here because it's a gemini, they see. so in a country challenging, it's a gemini, and this is white reacts that we all the time with military force or the threat of milk and military 1st for us, go ahead in beijing. well, this is a playground. you have somebody who wants speaking of the mountain and they see anybody coming up, they're going to say, i'm going to knock you down. i mean this, this is the, the modus operandi. united states. we've always felt that we need to be in, you know, post 2nd world war. there was this idea that american exceptionalism was necessary . so to avoid a 3rd world war, us would impose its values on everybody, and thereby everything would be just fine. well, we've seen the results that not good. i've got a snow middle east, the number of refugees who are displaced on the number of debt. when did you think
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about 911? i don't know how they would feel about that. over 100 people for everyone that died in 911100 civilians have died since that time and more are going to. so at this point and you know, china, the us are going out in different ways. china is talking about economics and the u . s. is always about security, but you know, i have a question, there's this idea. there was one of my compatriots there and said, depending on the us for defense, defense, what, who is going to invade europe? who is going to invade australia? you know that over 50 percent of the people in australia have been convinced by the media that they might be invaded by china. i mean, anybody who knows tri, sees what they have. it knows that that would be virtually impossible. second, there be absolutely no appetite for to doesn't want more people. they have quite
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a bit, quite enough as it is. and they certainly don't want to go to foreign lands and take on the headache of ruling other people. that's not to say that they obviously the europeans took that challenge under their wing quite some time ago and that didn't work out very well either. so at this juncture, i mean no one can make abner chelsea. i understand your confusion. it just seems that we're on this kind of cost, but this break in rationality, i would say that it's a paradigm change that things are we thought we knew we don't, we're not sure anymore. it's not a democratic capitalism anymore. it's. it's not socialism, communism on the other side, they're all mixed together. yeah. the metrics by which we measure things have changed, nor have the attitudes going back to you know, reads under the bed. joe mccarthy. you know, brad, 11, parents,
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the word it's been said paradigm ok. paradigm change. and there is a huge one in front of us right now. and if you look at your history and i look at this, how neo liberalism, like to throw around charges of racism and all of these kinds of things. you know, they again, this export of values, their values that nobody else in the world is particularly interested in. but mean what is happening with the return of china is that for the 1st time in 500 years, the west is being challenged. and the west doesn't know how to deal with that because they think that god made them the way they are to lead humanity. well, it's not turning out that way. it doesn't work that way. and we already heard about american exceptionalism. these a leads don't understand the dynamics that they see in front of them, the rise of another great power. if you know your history going back to through cities, great, great powers. why and fall all the time. i don't know why would change the 2021st century. go ahead, brad. i think what's,
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what's also really disturbing about this idea of containing china's rise is the fact that china's rise has led to the largest anti poverty campaign in the history, the human race. and to try to stop that or stump that to me is just criminally immoral. the thing about china's rise and especially this is true for europe with the, with the comprehensive agreement, an investment languishing now in the european parliament is the fact that trying to rise because of the growth of the chinese middle class will actually benefit the world. and especially europe, if they're able to ratify that agreement, trying to consumer market will be the biggest one in the world. probably in less than a decade, but certainly reaching parity with the, with the united states is the consumer market by that time. and this is an amazing opportunity for any, any block of countries or a country that wants to enter into the chinese market. and yet, as we've been saying this, and during this program, the, the european union is just, just stuck, doesn't know what to do. but at the same time,
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i think that some countries actually do understand the fact that cutting china out of the, at a trade relations on certain products will just make it so that we're trying to replaces them. for example, when we, when the united states bar to google from using android software with why way, why we just invented its own operating system, harmony o. s. they replaced it? yeah, i mean, it's making sense. yeah. it doesn't. it? yes, because there's the, there's no such respect for a competitor here. i mean, it, it's my question. you know, if i, after 500 years, they can't accept that a different part, a different people in a different part of the world can actually be shakers and movers. and, and that's just the case here. i mean, i don't understand what people are so afraid of. i mean, china is not trying to export its ideology. what is china's ideology? probably wouldn't make a lot of sense to us, but that's something for them. but we in the west are constantly exporting our values through the use of force. okay. i think you get people had
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a choice though. it's an easy choice to make luke ahead and jump in. yes, i agree with you, but if you look at taiwan, i mean the issue is not you with dates back to 1949 and that part of check i checked, but time one is still there. still a thorn in the side of china and dumb. it's a danger because as you said, america is very much into security, and we've heard joe biden a few weeks go out to say that job the way split the fan tally taiwan if ever attacked. and i see that there are, there is the only possible war issue that could to, you know, explode in the coming years. that's the only danger for the rest between europe in china. i don't see any real problem. we have a rope in europe. we need to re industrialize the continent. all we have to look, let me jump in here. look, let me jump in real quick. as we're almost out of time,
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i want to go to our guest in beijing to react to the taiwan issue. because i want to everyone, i want this to be fair and balanced, go ahead. the issue of taiwan over the issue of taiwan is very simple. the u. s. has no intention and no capability of defining the island. and i actually went in, but they are, you know, as you recall from the generals, call to the chinese counterparts during trumps administration. at the end of it, it was the chinese were afraid that the u. s. is trying to goad them into doing some sort of military action against taiwan. so the u. s. the claim that so yes, c, china is the terrible over. we've always said it, everyone has to rally around us american exceptional lives forever. so i want to be very care or not another on another down us down the u. s. idea recount during the world. ok, gentlemen. very robust discussion here. i'm sure we're going to say a whole lot more, particularly in the issue of taiwan,
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which em western audiences are being scared with here as all the time. we have many thanks, i guess in beijing, frogs. and i'll look on that. and thanks for view is for watching us here archie's the next time. remember of cross tacos. ah ah no one else. so think wrong. what else? just don't hold you yet to see proud disdain, because of the african and engagement it was the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground with
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