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is forced like gymnastics swimming here, is that documentary? see it on our t ah, a school divisions spock protests in america after a court temporarily blocked the biden administration's plan to impose compulsory coping shops on businesses and charged over the capitol hill with riots compassed foul conditions and a washington jail to that up. one ton of obey here on our t, we speak to an investigative journalist who received the prisoner's letter. i know that the january prisoners are being treated with prisoners. that's what i'm hearing from then you're not allowed to have visitors. and now they're just being put in solitary planning, talked in iraq and grappled with a security crisis off from that alleged assassination attempt on the prime minister
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and deadly post election riots as us combat troops head for the exit. we look at parallels with afghanistan, and chikavsky gets the woke treatment in scotland. the national ballet company wants the dilute he dogs. elements from the nutcracker scene is promoting racial stereotypes but not everybody is onboard with y'all. it's foss towed into a busy monday morning for your world wide headlines here, one out to you international. let's get straight into the program for you. the, by the ministrations push for mandatory cove at vaccinations has exposed a really shop divide in the united states. over the weekend and appeals court temporarily blocked the government's job requirement for businesses. that certainly didn't stop people from taking to the streets. oh,
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i wonder. ah, the contested vaccine mandate would apply to all us businesses with at least a 100 employees. on a daily infection rate remains high, putting america in 4th place on the list of worst hit countries. despite a federal appeals court blocking the vaccine requirement for firms, the sojourn genuine insists these measures and needed the person in the administration to wouldn't have put these requirements in place if they didn't think that they were appropriate and necessary. and the administration is certainly prepared to defend them for all those promises of healing biden's america has become a tinderbox, rife with anger and division. and the latest vaccine mandate was just the thing to
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spark the fire. this mandate is unconstitutional, unlawful and unwise. the biden vaccine monday is a shocking invasion of medical privacy and individual liberty, and we will not stand for it. i'm exploring every legal option to defend the rights of north caroline and against this unconstitutional mandate. with president biden's plan to mandate vaccination in all us companies. with over 100 employees. more than 2 dozen states have now come out swinging, determined to protect the rights over 84000000 workers. but one of extraordinary, what's up, barry didn't read was the blue state, new hampshire. and among the attorney generals who fall the no food was a democrat from iowa, this was no longer from protest on the street. this is no longer about loyalty to one's party. this was the country, the big guns from both sides of the aisle coming out proclaiming we the people say,
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no, a court has now frozen the mandate nationwide. that's concern, it's an overreach. what about individual liberty? what about the constitution? what about a precedence? promise? no, i don't think it should be mandatory. i wouldn't demand to be mandatory, but i would do everything in my power just like i don't think mask have to be made mandatory nationwide and do everything in my power as president stage to encourage people to do the right thing. turns out that the man who didn't believe in mandates has turned into a big fan of them fast for federal employees and now for private ones. heads, mosque up, get job done. you might be out of a job. now you think that being sued by more than half the country states would dump in your spirits, but no, the white house is still feeling good. safe, just to get ministration over the next thing. the requirements for workers are companies. i'd like to get your response to that and also how confident you can
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with for so we are very confident that it can. now, biden in fis, he's acting according to international medical guidance. the vaccine is the only way out of the pandemic if you shed by many. but the timing is bad. discussions of to job will not have reached fever pitch. mm. from california to mississippi. angry citizens have flaunted the streets something they'll never vote democrat again, others, but they'd rather be unemployed and give out that freedoms. then you look at the recent elections, a litmus test of the bite and presidency. the democrats took a beating and what many say is a bad omen for the mid toms next year. it's been
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a bumpy few months and for some that's just one person to play. nobody likes to seem to be franklin d. roosevelt. deluxe is him to be normal and sub the kaos. you know, under his administration, the cdc said that anybody who's vaccinated shouldn't wear a mask, and then they did the hokey pokey and said no, no, you do have to wear a mass. they have said that boosters were not necessarily going to be thing and mandates, not going necessarily going to be a thing. and now we have both boosters and mandate. so if he goes back on this, it will, i think, a road, some of the confidence that biden came in with, remember, he was partly elected because he was the adult in the room. he was somebody for whom was a political veteran that would not see a new problem and therefore would be able to handle it better than the bull in the china shop that donald trump was. if he doesn't show com, even handed leadership on this, and i don't think he particularly has on this or many other things. then he's going
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to continue to see his approval rating a road like it is right now when it's under water, by nearly 10 points. the white house at odds with the states, the republicans taking on the democrats. so, democrats timing on each other and the facts rounding on the on faxed, like i said, for all those promises of healing. it looks like it's a long johnny to the united states living up to its name. so obviously there's still plenty of disagreement over covert shots, but the world health organization continue to say that vaccinations and natural immunity of the primary tools in fighting co vaccine pressure has taken a toll on president biden's approval rating. now down to 37 percent with 60 percent disapproving. and there's another cloud hanging over the administration of the ongoing detention of pro trump rioters. one capitol hill, div haney has spoken out against the conditions in washington dc trail, comparing it to the infamous one ton of obey. he wrote
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a letter to an investigative journalist who reached out to us here at auntie for the 1st $120.00 days, and d. c. 's, get mo. jan. 6 is experienced daily locked downs for 23 to 24 hours before being allowed to leave our small $120.00 square foot. so the extreme medical neglect in this facility has caused a variety of adverse illnesses and disease. some show signs of scurvy and some even have covered like symptoms, but medical personnel have refused to treat it. and on at least 5 occasions, raw sewage has overflowed our unit, causing human fecal matter to flood the flaws and rooms you sent it directly to me . i have been keeping in touch with many of the prisoners that are in washington dc right now, many political prisoners in the united states. and i keep in touch with them. they tell me their stories. and he wrote me a letter that i can release it to the public so that they would see what was going on right now in that prison. i know that the january 6 prisoners are being treated
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worse than most prisoners. that's what i'm hearing from them. that they don't have the same rights as all the prisoners in the jail, and that they're not be given any access to adequate medical care. they're not allowed to have visitors correspondence with their attorneys. now lawyers are being monitored and they're just being put in solitary confinement. often with no accountability whatsoever. and what's so different about the january 6 prisoners is they haven't been convicted of a crime. so these not are being punished for crimes that they would never connected out yet. and some of them don't have trial. they even set to possibly 2023 for some very small crimes. so they're going to be a waiting, waiting trial in detention for many years before they actually see their day in court. that's what's different about these prisoners, the regular prisoners mr. de grave has been charged on numerous counts, including civil disorder and acts of violence. he claims to have gone into the capital building to make a documentary he was arrested on january 28th. but so far,
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no trial date has been said. now it was on january, the 6th that several 100 trump support has stormed the capital building in washington. many of them angry about the results of the 2020 election pay off like $5.00 deaths, including one policeman with dozens more injured. are we on the sign almost $700.00 people have been so far charged in connection with the riot. there are more than a 100 now still sitting in the prison, where the us marshall's services paid surprise a visit to the prison author. defendants complained of poor conditions. it was altered in 400 inmates being transferred, although none of them were the january, the 6th detainees, a car customer over again. so the defendants are not being treated fairly. i think they should check the prison very alarming that that washington dc jail is treating american faces the way that they are are the bad. the terrible thing is they're
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removing $400.00 prisoners because they're, they've admitted that washington dc. gail is not treating citizens properly, but they are not removing any of the january defendants. they're, they're saying they're removing other people. but the january, the finance have to stay there in the condition that it can happen to these people that can happen to anybody in america. and this is a very dangerous time that we have to stand by our fellow citizens and demand that they have their constitutional right to a fair trial with speedy trial, to be able to be bailed out of jail. we've sent a request or requests you say to the us marshall's surface and the washington jell itself. we've asked if a comment on the decision not to move any of the january. the 6 defendants will let you know what kind of response they send back to us. or i still come to our here on our team, us combat troops filing out of iraq, against the backdrop of deadly rise on an alleged attempt, their prime ministers life. and just a moment here on the program,
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we'll be looking at the similarities between iraq, afghanistan. for now, the scottish ballet has stirred controversy by altering key elements from it's not crackers show, which has actually been running now for half a century. it comes off the claims of racial stereotypes and the chinese and arabic dances picking up the story as archie contributor laura china. seeing as how the nutcracker is a holiday favorite in many countries, most of us are likely familiar with it. stories and similarly likely confused by how anybody could possibly consider it racist. ah, well, it turns out that the racism in the ballet actually refers to 2 very specific dances that take part in the 2nd act. you see, while cora and the prince are in the land of sweets,
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they witness different dances that are each meant to represent a different desert delicacy from around the world. there is a russian dance that is meant to represent candy canes, a spanish dance that is meant to represent chocolate and apparently problematically . the ballet also features an arabian dance for coffee at a chinese dance to represent t. now, many different choreography is for the nutcracker exists, and every single production of the ballet does feature different direction and different costumes for the dancers. but the common theme is that for all of these different dances, spanish, chinese, arabian, and russian, the audience is supposed to get a sense of each country's unique, aesthetic. and this is surprising to you. keep in mind that this is the same ballet company who last year also said that quote, we have examined the 50 year history, which we are aware includes outdated and racist autistic content. now this demon and the actions taken by the scottish ballet are confusing for many reasons. first off, in what way is it races to portray a cultures?
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most recognizable attributes. it is true that stereotypes can sometimes be racist, but if a stereotype is merely an accurate portrayal of a country's customs, why is it automatically racist? what's also a very strange choice by this ballet company is to cast both males and females in the role of draw. so mire, why the need to introduce a gender bent? draw sal meyer. what does that add to the story? the answer to those questions remain to be seen, but miss certain is that in 2021, not even by lay is safe from the pc police. well, there is yet another story revolving around woke nurse and a quality in scotland. a primary school in edinburgh has asked boys and male teachers to wet skirts for a day to promote gender equality. well, it's certainly got a reaction from the parents. extremely creepy. so police haven't got any children go into that school. hope authorities are contracted about this disgusting decision. my son goes to the school and decided to wanted to wear
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a skirt and support this kids to be praised. not frowned on, i can believe the val single minded comments that some people have made. thankfully my kids are not part of your school. you should keep your range thoughts to yourself or not thrust them on to primary school children, shameful behavior. while don costs of you, proud of my daughter and her friend for asking for us, they are more mature than a lot of the narrow minded hate thrown at them today. brilliant school working towards teaching increase. 70 for all. as we can show you here on the program, several of the male teachers are castle fuel schools and edinburgh went along with the idea. it was inspired by the wear a skirt to school day in spain, held as a protest after a 15 year old and build bow was expelled for wearing $1.00 cost. you said it's all about freedom of expression where keen to spread the message that clothes don't have a gender and that we should all be free to express ourselves as we choose. however, richard lucas, the leader of scottish family party,
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and believe the initiative will only increase the already large number of children who suffer from gender confusion. what's happening in western culture, the language, if there is a move to see any gender distinction as a problem, as to try and subvert it, to overcome it. and while we're another now say whether or not the end results might be possible to do after that probably isn't positive in most cases, trying to use children as part of that process at a stage where there is where skirts are clearly seen as female clothing. so you're saying through a boy basically addresses a girl that's been helpful because gender confusion is an epidemic in the western world. remember, there's a massive increase in the number of children or young people who ran, experiencing gender confusion. there have been referred to clinics going on to various circle treatments. it's a problem the can blight them through the rest of the life. according to the school principal, however, the request came from students themselves. she posted some of the letters on line.
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one girl wrote that she heard about the bill bow case and wanted her school to have a ware skirt stay to. the edinburgh city council has spoken out in support of the school. stressing that no one was forced to take part. or richard lucas again thinks children are being used to advance the schools woke agenda. this impression that this came from the children is basically dishonest. this is a young children. they'll lead by the teacher in the direction the teacher wants to lead the math. and then basically the staff, a dishonest in claiming that this came from be the children in some sort of organic manner, didn't at all. it's the stuff using the children to advise that own agenda. this is a state school or government schools and soft them, which is where, you know, over 90 percent of children go to then they all have to have this sort of l g b, t inclusive education approach. so parents call in to opt out of this by choosing
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a different school because all schools have best, the sort, gender l g b, t agenda and it's been pushed on to our to young people. they're frightened to send the children to school because of their just sheer indoctrination that will take place some parts of a news just in right now from france where as we understand a police officer has been stopped in can as we understand though, the knife went into his bullet proof vests so the police officers unharmed. an attack, i locked out in front of the city's police headquarters, some official say, the suspect was neutralized report say he was shot by another police officer, but that's unclear. the motor for the attack is also unclear. we'll give you more details as soon as we get him here on nazi international for the meantime. coming up in the program here on our tea, a palestinians on demanding just over the killing of a 13 year old boy during classes with his ready troops. that story on the 2nd half of the program, just a month. join
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me every 1st on the alex simon. sure. and i'll be speaking to guess of the world politics. sport. business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm. oh, is your media a reflection of reality in the world transformed what will make you feel safer? isolation, whole community? are you going the right way? or are you being led to some with direct? what is true was is faith in the world corrupted. you need to
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descend. ah, so join us in the depths all remained in the shallows. ah, ah, ah, it's good to have you with us out into the 2nd half the program we go here were naughty international and iraq is tightening security. after the prime minister survived, alleged an assassination attempt that was on sunday. a helicopters had been flying above baghdad without me vehicles deployed on the streets of the miniature presence has been ramped up around the green zone, where the prime ministers residence is located. and we can show you some of the damage left by the drone bombing that which came days often deadly riots against the recent parliamentary election,
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widely denounced as rigged. a 7 security guard were wounded in the drone accident with the interior ministry, calling it a terror attack. the united states was the 1st country to condemn the alleged attempt on their prime minister's life at a time when the remaining u. s. combat forces are on a deadline to leave iraq. so i correspond to ortiz iga down off now looks at possible parallels between iraq and afghanistan. there's riots, there's tear gas. there's life gunfire. iraq continues its descent into security chaos. following the latest parliamentary vote ah, iraq's intelligence headquarters is shelled. it's pro american prime minister is targeted by a grown assassination attempt. this is what's left over his home in the most secure
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haven of baghdad. the attempt that got washington very anxious. we are following the reported drone attack. this apparent act of terrorism which we strongly condemn, was directed at the heart of the rock estate. our commitment to our iraqi partners is unshakable. the united states sense with the government and people for rock. all this just over a month since america started to withdraw its combat forces from the country, and the polar has already vote some morbid flashbacks in the white house. to this day, the withdrawal from afghanistan is tanking jo biden's political school. yet the president found no better time to embark on a similar mission just in iraq. i think things are going well or role in iraq just to be available to continue to train, to assist to help them to deal with isis. right. but we are not going to be brought
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in here. and america's relationship with iraq has been eerily similar to the one with of gaston security forces, fully equipped and trained by american specialists, pro washington leadership, a whole generation of locals who don't remember their lives without us forces in the country forces that invaded under the pretext of hunting down the bad guys. all these statements apply perfectly to both of gaston and iraq countries turned by the us into test sites for its nations building ambitions. our mission in iraq is clear, were hunting down the terrace. we're helping iraqis build a free nation. that is an ally in the war on terror. we know that true peace will only be achieved when we give the afghan people the means to achieve their own aspirations. peace, peace will be achieved by helping afghanistan develop its own stable government.
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osama bin laden escaped american bounty hunters by adding to pakistan. the infamous anthro exclaims, and saddam hussein's links to the $911.00 attacks turned out to be fake news. the u . s. military found itself bog down, and nations in tatters to decades on as it prepares to pull out statements of reassurance come out of washington. the very same old song had during the african withdrawal iraq essential to the u. s. vision for a stable me to least iraq is not have gone stand. where here for the long term with you, iraq is a key strategic partner and we're committed to this partnership world cobbled, succumb to the taliban in a matter of days. no, not a single us intelligence agency saw that coming or that doesn't provide much backing to the claims that the true pull out from iraq this time will end up just fine. i still is already taking advantage of the strain security capability of the
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taliban rule. in afghanistan, iraq is isis cradle. nobody wants to see another nation in the region crumble under the weights of a decades long string of poor choices made thousands of miles away. why to the mother world news for you? in brief, here, one arts, he a major cleanup effort underway in the philippines. a teams of local volunteers are working to remove huge amounts of plastic waste from mangrove forest and manila bay . it's a unique ecosystem that plays an important role in protecting inland areas from intense weather events. the areas been deluged by tons of plastic bags, bottles and enormous numbers of face masks, getting washed up on the shores every day. and floods and both here have forced the countries only license producer of medical oxygen to hold production. the facility has supplied the life saving gas throughout the cove at 19 pandemic workers and are
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trying to relocate production also for you, a powerful explosion and destroyed a 2 story building and a western context on a cafe was located inside, but was fortunately closed the time the cause of the bloss unclear as we understand no casualties reported the killing of a palestinian boy in the west bank is fired up the local resentment over israeli settlements and mass evictions. a 13 year old was shot by as ready soldiers during class on friday, on middle east correspondent paul asleep visited the boy's neighbourhood. mohammed walked this exact path from his home in front of this area. he met a friend and together they continued to weigh the nearby weekly demonstrations against a settlement take place. little did his family know that that would be the last time they'd see him alive. ah,
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the refugee camp is fullest posters, calling the 14 year old and marcia, and now the only people coming to the family home on mona's law said he had lunch at home on friday, then went out to play football. come late afternoon. i heard he was shot, i fear that would happen on wednesday, mohammed was with us at a graveyard and then we're headed home. the next day we were speaking and he said, i was born a man and i am in the redemption of palestine. it is a red line for me. this is mohammed bedroom, and here is the table where he used to work really hot. he said himself, a goal of 87 percent for his school work. and here he has a note himself that says he must fight hard for your dreams. this is the necklace that he was wearing when he was killed and it has the pictures of family members, some of whom were killed in the conflict with his robe. hammond had caliah,
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yeoman's family, then cannot be described. it is very hard, but always prays to god dumbness. he was everything. turner and the law had wanted to become a journalist and he was working towards it. that was his dream fiddle up. like any young palestinian that sees on t v. the destruction caused by the occupying forces. the desire is there to defend the homeland palestine. and the alex and mosque eddie palestine. it is subject to something happening while defending holy sides. god has chosen him to be more so of course they were targeted on punishing. this happens all the time in palestinian cities, the targeting of youth and young palestine. it was all of that these weighty army disputes says, fax, it says during the riots po, test its hold, walks at its soldiers and they are currently investigating the incident during the royal palestinian riots. his hills, rocks are israel defense forces who are at the scene. the troops responded with riot dispersal means alive. fire we are aware of reports of a killed palestinian. the instant is under review. the defense for children
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international, the ports that 12 palestinian children have been killed since the beginning of this year by these railey army. and with these weighty governments, recent approval of some 3000 new citizens, the situation is likely to only intensify with potentially more son's dying policy on r t ask a village west bank. and i just about wraps up this hour news coffee here on a r t international for this monday morning, half past 10 to here at moscow. thanks for joining us for sharing a time with us here on the russian capital. we are back soon with more. ah ah
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ah, a with i'm app sooner, tanzania, what you going on the ground coming up with the shoke, the ton of the horn of africa, or amidst an ethiopian state of emergency. we talk to neighboring eritrea, un ambassador, sophia test for marian about the biden administration's d, stabilizing military, economic and propaganda influence on peace. often h, a defeat in afghanistan, iraq, libya, and syria. and after that suspicious lebanese port explosion, how long can his bullet shaken astronomer weight as nato israel and saudi arabia attacks a jewel of the mediterranean and lynch pin of them?
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at least we ask lebanon's form a foreign minister.


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