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ah, ah, pulsing all this whole, we ordered several 100 migrants to stuck at the bell, russian polish border, and net or attempt to reach europe, or warsaw accuses means of escalating with refugee crisis on purpose. meanwhile, frank from u. k. tried blaise is a record number of illegal migrants made with across the channel to england. we hear from locals on the french side. grabowski. they are under the impression that when they arrive, everything will be easy. in reality, it is not at all like that. the story is about those who helped them cross because it's not migrant to buy the boats. it's always the traffic is better than russian developers come up with a brand new invention to brock, the legal trade in fake cove with vaccination policies. ah,
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oh hi, good morning, just going to 11 o'clock in moscow. you watching asi international. i. poland to secure sped roost deliberately escalating the migrant crisis on its border and says that several 100 people have arrived at the frontier under the full control of the bell russian authorities. this is before crossing the voltage border, a border crossing with these all that i just pictures from the better russian polish border where my grants have gathered in the hope of getting into europe. as you can see, there are at children, hey, it say at the sight, some of them very young. and the russo at disabled people to among the refugees. now monday clashes, bro, cat with border guards and gunfire was heard when crabs tried to force their way
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into po, ah, company, no thought you were doing. this is norma. right now. we're in bell room, a few meters away from the polish border. we're thousands of migrants from the middle east are stuck trying to cross into the ear after failing to breach the border fans. yesterday they set up tents and camp fire spanning last night, out in the woods. we spoke to some of the people out here in this makeshift camp and we realized that their situation is dire. this my food water aren't bird just bread and water the yes, all yes, yes, yes, yes. now we're a near coolant, but pulling it full on hurt,
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it hurt us on in the fallen. don't know. i don't want to go there. we just want to go germany and i think for a good org aren't for a good life. their plan hear it from what they told us is that to talk to the media, to bring the world's attention to bring the attention of the german government to the situation so that they can somehow influence the polish government so that they would let them on to their a terry t ran further afield, but as a, as that this news came out that the interior minister of germany, he said that he's country and poland simply cannot cope with this influx of migrants. so, ah, clearly what this people think, and the situation on the ground is, is, is a far cry. now, despite their fail to across the border, these migrants are, they are determined to try again today. most of them come from a war torn nations like iraq, afghanistan,
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and now they want and new life and europe's wealthiest countries, like germany, but also france. but to get there, of course they 1st need to pass through poland. now the number of migrants trying to reach to you through them. poland are belarus border has been on the rise over the last month. but the situation dramatically escalated yesterday when thousands of refugees are formed a column and marched towards the polish border. some of them and try to get through the barbed wire fence using tree trunks and space. others attempted to cut in with that wire cutters. polish security forces responded with tear gas and pepper spray even gone, fire was heard at one point of poland. town has already called a state of emergency and brought around 12000 troops through the border, according to a polish officials who said that this is so far, the biggest attempt to enter poland by force. now it's hard to predict how the current situation is going to develop none of the migrants. so we spoke to are
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willing to stay in belarus or go back home and almost certainly they don't even have the money to afford the trib, some of the, myron some. i tried to enter a poland at another point along the border. and so far of the polish border guard has managed to fend off most of the illegal crossings, but now they're up against a much larger crowd. so i guess what's clear is that these people just can't stay here in the woods forever. for one is getting colder by the dane. secondly, as i mentioned, they go in to run out of food and supplies sooner rather than later. constantly, rosco reporting there at the border with the food intensified last month for more so that to expel migrants. you crossed the border illegally passing a law that allowed them to push them back. critics, they slammed that leave calling it and abusive a year and international law. meanwhile, poland is a king's in the veneration president of conducting a hybrid all at the border. while the youth says that minsk is using people the
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political purposes, this is a continuation of the desperate attempt by luc encourage him to use people as pawns to destabilize the european union. and of course, the values that we stanfull and we are have repeatedly, firmly rejected attempts to instrumental ice people for political purposes. ma'am. and i to people who are, we are dealing with another element of the hybrid war on the polish bell, russian border. as you know, several 100 people are approaching the board and now having been taken through the territory balderas by people associated with the bellow russian services. this is an organized action that we knew about due to the information our services received . or person like a shanker, of beller esther say that those claims are hypocritical and accuses poland and lithuania of exporting migrants to germany and france for she left it in the pro poland. unless you ania a deliberately accusing bell arrest of artificially creating a migration crisis. at the same time,
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special operations are being carried out to create roots, the migrant, to depart from their places, detention to the territory of germany and france massively. and shamelessly violating human rights to another mike and try to spring between france and the u. k. you want to record number of legal need come as do cross the channel to england . we'll look at the august limits countries in making against each other to come later in the progress that offer surging corona vars. cases. many russians need to use vaccine passports at the moment to get entry into some public places. however, there's also also seen an increase in the number of fake passes being sold on the black market with that could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to new technology, is any portraying care. now explains, this is a q r code that i got from russian authorities to prove that i've got an todd bodies from a vaccine. i can use it to go to a feeder for example,
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but for now someone can steal it from me and use it instead of me soon though, that won't be possible because of an invention by one russian startup, which have come up with q r codes that cannot be copied whatsoever at 1st glance, the cure codes that stone as love invented. don't look too different from the classic ones we've known for a while already. but if you take a closer look, you'll see that they include a sophisticated additional element in the middle, a rectangle with a smaller and less traceable pattern of shapes. that's what makes a difference was thought. so are you saying that your q r codes cannot be copied in any way at all? yes, there is no way it absolutely impossible to prove it. we can go over to the printer, make copies of all codes, and i'll show you how it works. then we can also take a picture of the queue all codes on the phone until it's read them and the copies can be read. you'll see for yourself. with putting it
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last year in the quote here is one of al q all codes. we can read it using our phone comer, ludo, we take it, read what is encoded inside and get the result. did you now let's try to print a copy. click, where do we pull up your code here? let's go from now. let's try to read it again with al mobile. i got my medium and as you can see, the system can't read any mostly at the same thing happened when we took a picture of stanislaus code with a smartphone. the system wouldn't react to the one of the photo, even though it was a high quality one. only the original cure image triggered the act. if i don't know what my form left go, what do i understand correctly, that your cure code can be by the manufacturers on items that they don't want to be counter? feed it so that other receptacle. yes,
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that's roy modern situation where you were ordering a product on the internet on some online store, but you can fake part of the coastal of money. now with our unique q r code, the chance of this is eliminated because the manufacturer applies our q all code out the production site and uses ordinary people can scan it to make sure that this product has come off a legitimate assembly line. it wasn't replaced anywhere that here's a simple example ago buys cosmetics from a favorite brand, though she is not sure that these are original products. and if she uses it, she could have a reaction to the home. but it's an original product and she can check it to make sure afterwards, she can apply on her body of sites and not worry about it quite often fall. so how long did it take you to develop this cure code? winnable order it took is more than 6 months to create the initial prototype and it took to another 3 months to go into much production. and how did you come up with the idea yet? you won't believe it by trent. it. in fact,
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when we think about something a lot sooner or later it comes to mind, it just came to me in a tree that no one in this world has thought of it yet. we monitor the market on a weekly basis and there is nothing like this except us. of course, if you were looking for ways to cheat with to our codes, this invention would probably disappoint you. but when someone tries to forward you or your children with fakes that you paid money for, that really isn't something that's going to make you happy. this new invention, the brand new. all my take you, our codes will really make life of those who want to cache it on fakes much more difficult people trying to that now hundreds of people, if converged on new zealand, parliament protest against vaccine mandates. and lot times the march day was led by a biker rally, protest is carried, van is reading no more troll and chanted freedom. earlier in october, the government announced plans to expand the vaccine mandate. in certain categories
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in new zealand will need to get fully vaccinated against the karone of ours or risk losing jobs. so far, 2 thirds of the population have been inoculated with this being a steady rise in new cases in new zealand since mid august, when the delta vary did grip the country followed a year and a half of stable and low figures. one of the country's biggest cities, oakland has been in lockdown for the last 3 months. you're not international still had p this air we hear from a former bbc journalist to back in the ledge climate affair inside the broadcasting corporation will have a look at historically for the state to stop with ah ah
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again, britain's national broadcaster has been a keys of breeding a climate of fear inside the corporation when it comes to stories on rice and transgender. one format, bbc employee who even wrote a book on alleged by i sat the organization is highlighting the difficulty for staff to speak, act on certain issues, girls a very strong cohesive and in some ways coercive internal culture within the organization. it's quite difficult for individual sometimes to speak as and say things which run counter to the culture. if we're talking about l g b t methods within the b c, i would think that it would be quite difficult if you were a b, b,
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c person to say something which was critical of the current of liberal people on l g b t method. i would say that you would be very well advised to keep that opinion to yourself because way to voice it openly in an edits or meeting or something. it wouldn't get down very well. what would be the consequences of doing that if you are a, b, b, c person? i think you might like your opportunities for promotional, you might actually get some severe criticism from other people in the b, b, c. but in a recent article published in the u. k, several bbc employees did speak of a sensitive environment and face it being berated over undesirable viewpoints they also spoke to the demands to change will drop stories. meanwhile,
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the b. c chief team. davey has praised the broadcast, his devotion to make all the voices heard and his commitment to balance reporting. however, while ben 8 can again, does say that west, the media is largely dominated by a liberal agenda. here is you've got a media culture in brooklyn, but this extends into all the into other western countries as well. where there is an acceptable and polite view for world events, which is dominated by media liberal. so foreign in the matter of donald trump, there was unanimity in the british mainstream media that donald trump was a bad thing, and a bad man will take love unless there is a general anti russian atmosphere in the british media. and so these things color the reporting that we absorb and are exposed to
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and these are serious matters because they affect relations between nations. and they don't give a fair picture always what's happening. now there's been a record number of asylum seekers attempting to cross the channel to england in small boats. but while paris in london, he put the blame on each other for what's happening. the problem does remain unsolved. charlotte davinsky reports now from the french port of cal. a cross hair is what many dream of the white cliffs of dover and a new life goes. we have a problem in our county organ deserved for every damned if you will. dares mary, yesterday. yeah. more density people of what we were dead. that is a problem we knew to join our situation because now we are you we're, we're, we're,
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we're, we are here and we need to know how we gun gen our low. we knew dead, the ruler. god, people in doral it. what, where are you from? come from suzanne. it's that nur that has angered the mare of cali. she blames a fresh influx of migrants here on the u. k. government saying the see the country as an el dorado. we know that a migrant who arrives in england is taken care of their house to the heaven income for them. england remains an el dorado, but the british government does not have the courage to review its legislation in the field. her view is shared by a many people here at almosha false. i think there's a desire to go to england because it's easier to get a job there here why migrants can't walk at all and use. and i think some migraines also already have family in the u. k. and it makes them believe it's a kind of el dorado. and because life is better in england and france,
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at least for them in england, they are looked after. they get a house and the regular income dropped altogether. they are under the impression that when they arrive, everything will be easy. in reality, it is not at all like that. the tensions between the u. k. in france, have been rising of late with to speak over several issues, including this one over my grants. the u. k. government has promised more money to pay for checks. a france holds up its end of the bargain, ensuring that migrants don't succeed in crossing into british waters, both susie, other side of failing. in the meantime, the number of successful crossings has hit record highs and what the dangers of crossing the english channel at all to a parent. the locals hair, the only people profiting all the people smugglers cali residents want the u. k. government to do more use of, if you could, you know, how many have died,
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how many people have left on very fragile boats. the story is about those who helped them cross here because it's not migrants who, by the boat said, it's always the traffickers home. they put them in the boats, and after that they said, don't figure it out, played by their burglar. it's necessary that the british government closes its borders and borders. johnson hasn't done anything to improve the situation for me, excuse the expression, but he, the clown, he care. but there's another good does a french person from kelly. i would prefer that those migrants go to england because we don't want them here in 40. there must pay the money they promised, and they must change the laws to make it less easy for migrants in england for migrants like a ma ha made staying in france, just isn't an option. it didn't mean to go school. any school, any delay? does the lab norma do stillia but develop new technical the language because i didn't the pharmacy different different. and in that while many people we have
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spoken to in cali say that they just simply can't take any more they may have to. as the french government opens a new migrant shelter in the town, the mare is warning that this signals another jungle disaster. it is out of the question that this shelter should go ahead. it's total madness. the opening of the shelter will become a rallying post and you come in, you jungle. at 1st there will be 300 migrants, then 600, then 1500 and so on. the u. k is in the process of creating a new law that he believes will deal with the situation. if passed, it would mean illegally entering the u. k. could. and someone in prison for up to a full years. the offense would also be something that would be noted on any asylum application, but that still possibly a long way off until then this slid. the oversea is all for many that stands in the
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way of all of their dreams coming true. sean g ban sky r t cali. we spoke to steve, move about this, he's the director of the center for migration and economic prosperity and says that human trafficking has become a big issue for the u. k. well, there is a growing problem in the united kingdom of an underground market for jobs, which is creating a black economy that is growing ever more so illegal migrants who are basically economic migrants are paying millions of pounds each year to people traffickers to avoid the legal routes and, and, and avoid any lawful way of living in the united kingdom. very few people, traffickers have been caught, even fewer have been prosecuted and imprisoned. and as a consequence of that, part of the growing black economy in the united kingdom is basically what's called
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debt financing, and a legal migrant will pay a people trafficker a sum of money and if he can't afford it, the people trafficker will lend him the money and when he gets to the united kingdom, that person has to pay the people traffic back at really high rates of interest. so the people traffickers have them almost like slaves. now, joe biden has described the presidential elections. nicaragua, at the weekend is a pantomime and shan despite those allegations, daniel ortega was re elected after securing over 75 percent of the vase. according to the initial results pantomime election that was neither free nor fair, and most certainly not democratic. the ortega and maria family now ruined the corolla as autocrats. no different from the somoza family that ortega and the some
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the nist is fought for decades ago. well, the u. s. president point of that dozens of nicaraguan opposition figures had been arrested before the elections and moving a keys to faint traces. marika says threatened to impose sanctions and things restrictions on the country. and response though, what i get has denied that his allegation at those allegations and his point to think it back at me. and i did states been noting the assistant editor of independent each website that grace and believe say that washington is often nicaraguan state controlled asset. it's not about democracy. it's not about human rights. washington wants to overthrow the son, the niece, the government, and install a puppet regime, which will privatize all of nicaragua, state assets. will privatized the socialized health system and the socialized education system will sell off all of nicaragua assets to us corporations and will serve u. s. foreign policy interests by leaving the alba,
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the bull very in alliance. he talking point that nicaragua supposedly arrested, all of the opposition leaders is, is simply false. it's extremely misleading. there were 6 different opposition parties that participated in the november 7th elections. those opposition figures who are extreme as to who planned a crew attempt to 2018. they were not actual candidates, they were not legal candidates, they never registered to be candidates. they're in prison right now, being investigated for crimes that are illegal in all of the world. every country of the in the world, including united states, has laws against conspiring with a foreign power, has laws against treason has laws against cru plotting and has laws against money laundering. that's why these nicaraguan extremists were imprison. it's not because they were candidates because they weren't candidates. thanks for the company this morning. you watching out international. that's how the news is looking. i just approaching half past 11 here in moscow back again at the top of the
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ah, a wrong one. i just don't know any world yes to shape out disdain because of the attitude and engagement. it was the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. we're empowering ourselves to be more efficient or quicker with our transactions. we can make mobile payments from our stands. the truth is that every device is a potential entry point for security attack. if it actually, i think you can, but i don't want to mention, there's a clear with everything but only eventually there's
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malware on thousands, maybe sometimes millions each day. they use the cyber. they use the technology as an extension of traditional artificial intelligence has not many main threat. this is due to the 3 laws of robotics. one of the things that's happening at the many cyber implants right now, i'd be where they're really worried about it. most people would really be you can't put a chip in my brain. so there has been a lot of progress from the hacker side using ai and using other advanced technologies. there has been on the defensive side. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms. race is often very dramatic. development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk
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with ah, i'm match kaiser. we're going to dig into global macro economics. and once again, visit the treacherous path of our central planners who control the money printing. oh yeah, stacy? well max, i came up with a term saying strap in and get ready for squid. well, for you out there in the world, you might not know about this thing called squid, which is like a digital theat scam, sort of situation, which was a scam coin,
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digital coin created at a thin air, and it went parabolic. so parabolic, that it got up to over 2 trillion dollars and market cap and then within a fraction of a 2nd collapse down to 0. that is what i'm saying is where we have to get ready for that. that's like hyperinflation, right? that's what happens. it goes up to like enormous amounts. everybody is fabulously wealthy. if you add it all up on paper until the rug is polled. so here's an example of what we're starting to see in the headlines. british pound plunges more than one percent. after shop bank of england decision, bank of england, unexpectedly kept rates unchanged. sterling is now the worst performing g 10 currency. so there you see a quite a plunge in terms of displacement of economic activity. of course, it's a,
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you know, it's one of the bigger on the top 5 currencies in the world. so, and so a lot of when it makes that sort of move, it's huge ripples. right, right, right. well, the bank of england unchanged that near 0 european central bank unchanged, that near 0 federal reserve bank of america unchanged, that near 0. that's the latest that moves, or lack of lives by these 3 major central banks, that some would argue, control the global economy for the most part because they have the greatest reach. they've got the greatest military strength, the greatest influence post world war 2. and they all are talking about raising rates at some point, the future as they've been saying that for 20 years. but the baseline fact is that you cannot taper a ponzi scheme, right? the money printing is the base layer for this huge permit scheme. that now is spilling over into the hyper inflationary collapse of the.


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