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ah ah, unwelcome and desperate thousands of migrants and do another freezing night before a heavily guarded polish border. apparently willing to take at greater risks to get into the you ah, anti locked down rally sweet europe with austria becoming the 1st nation to impose a shocked down only for the unvaccinated. but to tear decision has split public opinion. the u. s. is to trillion economic recovery plan is under scrutiny and mid reports, they could inflame already high inflation on social problems. i definitely philly and facia have more so on food. a lot of people are out of work and they're spending their savings just to stay alive. honestly, people savers have gone, i'm know. ah,
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that very well welcome. you're watching r t international with me, nikki, our top story, this. our opponent is bolstering gets bored up with bella bruce, thousands of micro insur roughing it in freezing conditions, along with along the bob black cover. frontier desperate to reach the you will so has deployed a huge contingent of soldiers armed with water cannon until gas to stuck them in their tracks. otc gorged on of sent this report from the st. louis, so the migrants here in the camp on the border between bella, rosa and poland, they might be preparing for the most difficult lie to allow you to excuse me, of their lives. because this is what the camp looks like right now, at least in part. i mean, the, the smoke here makes it so difficult to talk. we've come here just a minute ago and already my eyes are watery. as people over there you can see are trying to make the fires going. but there's
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a huge problem with that. there's no fire wood and as well fires. so what they're trying to do, they're trying to burn grass old grass for grass. so have a look what this isn't. some people are having less luck than others like here for example, like have a look. this is what their fire looks like. i mean there's more smoke than actual heat that it produces. many people don't have roofs over their heads, like some people are lucky enough to have tense. others well are not so lucky again . and if we turn around and our point the camera over there, you can see you can see a massive spotlight on the polar side of the border. they lifted up just recently when the night fell. so the already difficult night is proving to be extra hard and you know, extra tough because you have this adding up to some natural hardships like well for example, you have cold. i feel so bad because it's too cold for us and we have babies and babies crying because it's too cold. and within the world i, we,
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they never open the bordeaux. he will die when it's the help and i think we will die. many people here have to sleep on bare concrete because right now we are crossing into a another part of the of this camp and have a look. just have a look over that was the, towards the polish board and towards the polish border dispatch. you might not be able to see clearly, you know, because of all the smoke and because of the dark. but here are all the people who are trying to have a gover night's sleep to catch some shut eye. but they have no tents. i've his sole source are because it's silly. it's is extremely core because as you see, there are so many child that is on may vizier. they are sleeping on the ground right now. i don't have anywhere to sleep. i'm standing right now. my, my, my hand is have gone numb because this is extreme, you court. and it is,
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i mean the temperatures to night might fall or you silly when the light they might, they might fall wall, well below 0. and over there, the pictures does not change as well, military police, there's water cannon still on guard, and well, a massive spotlight shining straight in their faces. again, this could prove for all these people, especially for the hundreds of children who will have to you know, have to sleep and conditions like this. how do you feel? i all hungry all fear is the all family sheldon all seek? yes. why don't you? why don't you return to the, to your previous camp where you had, you know, hot camp? no good cabinet, white cabinet, but i was no good. okay. he had him barrows no good. and in fact, poland no good either because they don't want to stay there. they want to move on into europe, but so far so far they are preparing to do for the worst they are preparing that they will not be let in. and that weld the polls will not them let in that nothing
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will change, but there aren't returning their only moving forward. so they are preparing themselves for the night here. but the conditions here are times in times worse than how they had it back at the camp at the forest. jeremy says the migraines that the board should be returned to their home countries. many of the newcomers come from places like iraq or syria, which have been subjected to western military interventions. the e u, though, is adamant that the crisis was manufactured by bela bruce and is threatening another raft of sanctions. the responsibility of what is happening is alberto rose, 100 percent. we agreed to expand the scope of the sanctions regime on barrows. we will be able to target those responsible for exploiting vulnerable migrants and for facilitating illegal border crossing into the u.
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independent journalist. look where they say is more sanctions weren't resolved, the migrant crisis unit is very ill at ease with this thing. you know, they can only impose sanctions, but there isn't much sanction that they can impose them by roscoe's, the. the comic links are cut or, or there are more many, anyway. oh, politically speaking, they have forbidden on the id, but i was aligned to land or to fly over europe on that is much more that can do the sanctions. it's just the word. it is totally inefficient, it's just words go. oh, so in this instance, there are really annoyed by this problem. because as you here in germany now the clear that these people should not coming, it's the exact opposite of what mrs. nautical setting. 2015 are the shot from best . they can go. austria has become the 1st country in the world to impose
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a nation wide, locked down for those on max, unaided against cove. it, it comes to me, it is spike of infections across europe, accompanied by a wave of social unrest. the austrian chancellor announced the drastic measures. jessica die does. the restrictions will apply to everyone over the age of 12. the unvaccinated will only be allowed to leave their homes in exceptional circumstances, and they will no longer be allowed to visit shops that provide non basic items and handled. for example, to clothes, sports and furniture stores. cradles could shift, and the reason that austria is gone ahead and said that if you're not vaccinated or can't prove that, you've recovered from covert that you are essentially on lockdown. is that 35 percent of the population out there, or thereabouts? haven't had a full vaccination dose, they are taking this very seriously. now if you are over the age of 12, if you can't prove that you've had the vaccine, all that you've recovered from covert and you're caught out in about not either
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going to a future doing some exercise in your local area or going or going back from receiving medical treatment, then the police could well stop you, you could well receive a huge fight. some of the funds have been talked about as high as 30000 euros, highly unlikely. $30000.00 euro fine would be imposed, but it's, it's there as a threat now for the next 10 days. this is going to be the case. at least it will be reviewed after that. but it's caused serious upset and in salzburg over the weekend, there were people angry and out on the streets to tell the government that they're not happy with this. did some people are against it, and it's discrimination against the unvaccinated mitra, to control it will be hard to control. so perhaps a full lockdown is simpler than that. i think it's really important we end upon damage and open banking, and i am think i am against mandatory vaccination and to healthy for that. when hundreds of thousands of people are forced to be vaccinated. i don't even know how many people will, is there jobs. and yadda. i think it's
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a step in the right direction. in germany, we are moving in about the same direction as well. here in germany, they'll be keeping an eye on how things go with that policy. in austria, because the silk about trying to introduce it here as well. some german states bavaria, saxony, and the city state of berlin have already introduced similar measures already. they'll be looking on thursday during a meeting of health ministers to decide if they want to try and impose this nationally at the moment. 65 percent of german saying the federal government in berlin isn't doing enough to tackle this 4th wave of coven 19 as a cinder, as it has a little bit critical of it. so i'm actually here for my 3rd, perhaps insured in it, but i think it will deepen the divisions in society if someone for some reason decided not to get vaccinated and that should be bad. just have to leave for that, had an unfair, stagnant taking into account the right numbers. i think it's reasonable about it, but i can also understand people who are new vaccinations i'm vaccinated,
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so it's good for me that it would be better if l. a. fleet again, does it make something easier and people would probably get in fin the status of some money as human when someone is vaccinated, they can still get infected with a virus and get sick. so i don't really know if it makes sense at all. listen more similar story in the netherlands where restrictions have been put in place on those who haven't been vaccinated and in level and in the city of the hague. that resulted in violence over the weekend with clashes between place and anti lockdown demonstrators, resulting in the place ending up using water cannon. ah.
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one of the reasons that governments are taking the measures that they are taking is vaccine towed across the country. the problem is, is that those who haven't received the vaccine haven't come forward for the vaccine, do seem highly unlikely to do so. on their own accord. police in the u. k. have identified the man believe to be the bomber behind sunday's deadly explosion in liverpool as a month else will mean, the suspect died and an injured another after designating a bomb and a parked taxi in a seemingly bulged attack case, terrorism threat level has since been raised to severe and counter terror police arrested for people in connection with the incident shortage. dusty in london has no well police investigation, a taxi exploding just yesterday on sunday morning. have now declared it
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a terrorist incident. that's off to this taxi went up in flames. outside. liverpool women's hospital just yesterday in an apparent suicide bomb being detonated. now the passenger inside to allegedly detonated this bomb was declared dead at the scene. while the cap, dr. a remarkably managed to escape the call that was up in flames. managing to survive him was only being treated for injuries in hospital and now is recovering at home. now, the mayor of liverpool on the prime minister, both of praises cop driver for acting in quite a heroic way for diverting. what could have been a much worse situation as the count dr. a locked the passenger in the back of the tax as he felt he was acting suspiciously. and just shortly later, of course, the call then exploded. while the prime minister has held a cooper, emergency meeting, not meeting with all of the top cabinet to discuss what is now an ongoing investigation. as for the motivations of this particular incident,
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the police say they yet to be understood. though the police say the identity of the man now dead is known. now the enquiry lead, the police though to go and visit 2 addresses and full people with been arrested in connection with this incident under section $4.00 to $1.00 of the terrorism act. they will be interviewed throughout the day today by counter terrorism, please. but at this point, it's not yet known whether they were known to the counter terrorism police department as to the device. they believe it was a home made device and they believe that it was made by the passenger. but the timing of all of this could be raw. the crew should indeed, yesterday, mocking remembrance, sunday here in the united kingdom. the incident happened just before 11 o'clock in the morning and that is exactly the time. 1 1 where a minute's silence a hair on just a mile away. that was actually a remembrance sunday service. so please say they cannot make a connection to this right now, but it's certainly
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a line of inquiry that they are pursuing. why outside the women's hospital that as yet unknown, but the peaceful, competent enough to now declare this a terrorist incident based on the information they do know. so biden's 2 trillion dollars spending plan designed to reinvigorate the economy could reportedly make surging us inflation worse with the rising prices, affecting swath of the population of supply chain crisis on job losses. the president is under pressure to come up with a solution. u. s. correspondent caleb moping reports however that it could be a long way off. whether it's mel for gasoline. the prices of everyday commodities are rising. american families are being squeezed now. more than ever. some voices in mainstream media say the solution is pretty simple. stop complaining and deal with it. and the dirty little secret here, willi, while nobody likes to pay more, on average, we have the money to do so. whole household savings had a record high over the pandemic. we didn't really have anywhere to go out and spend
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according to m. s. n, b c. host stephanie rule. household savings hit a record high. during the pandemic, we didn't have anywhere to go out and spend. we decided to put that theory to the test. people savers have gone up now. and now i don't think so because things are more expensive or we have to buy food and do things like different ways. i don't think you save money, especially way, transportation and everything. i definitely feel the invasion have more so on food . you notice the difference like in, in proteins and just in general, it's definitely worrying. i don't know too much. not a great financial guy, but extern says the economy is a little bit. we're an semi us. i think a lot of people are out of work are spending their savings just to stay alive, honestly. yeah. what about all the lost their job? a lot of those people are definitely spending their savings, myself included. what rules theory ignores, is that sense? the pandemic, many americans have lost their jobs or seen a significant decrease in their incomes. the federal reserve is warning that inflation won't be stopping any time soon and that we should be expecting rising
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prices for at least the next few months. the math suggestion, we're probably going to see somewhat higher readings over the next few months before they likely start to taper off food banks across the country have never been busier. hit with demand from desperate americans who are hit by the double whammy of rising prices amid a supply chain crisis. i would say that in our county specifically, we've seen a dramatic increase in food insecurity. we've had to make a lot of really tough choices, singly biden's, popularity has taken a knock. now, 51 percent of voters say they favor the g o p. getting republicans the highest lead facing the mid term in decades biden promised to rescue the country from a crisis that he blamed on donald trump. however, over the past few months, things don't really seem to have improved with the country financially squeezed. this could mean a big turnaround when it comes to the mid terms. caleb martin, r t, new york economist and also richard wolf told us that millions of americans are
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struggling to make ends meet because of the pandemic. it is not on the on this representation. here's the reality. we have millions of people who have not paid rent to their landlords because they couldn't afford it, since they lost their jobs as part of the pandemic. at the same time, every family in the united states incurred special expenses because their children couldn't go to likely, a majority of those cues were also competence at the time of the strike. these 2 strikes were legitimate, self defense strikes, no disciplinary actions were warranted. this is a determined isis was on its last legs as a coherent caliphate when they were fully in their last towns that they control. and what happened didn't bug was, was the united states air force command based in kat for they had seen
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a group of isis, mostly women and children of ice's, refugees huddled together near a river back. and they were just watching them from a, from a drone. and what they saw next was a surprise even to them, and that was one of f 15 fighter jet, flew by and dropped a 500 pound bomb into this huddle of people. there was shock initially among the offices, the mit reports, the one of the group in a secure chat who dropped that, another person responded. we just dropped a bomb on. 1 50 women, as the survivors stumbled out of the blast, airy after the 1st bomb and trying to make sense of what just happened. more bombs, pommel, the area until no one was left alive. allegedly, at this was all ordered by a secretive task force task force, 9 the new york times identify the mass of with lives on the ground, united states troops on the ground who can circumvent the,
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the ordinary chain of command and ordered this drone tra, that the officers that saw all of this happened, they immediately, i flagged the incident as a potential walk, rob, and try to get it investigated. unfortunately, that is where it all ended. seni ranking u. s. military officials intentionally and systematically circumvented the deliberate strike process. clearly seeking to cover up the incidents at nearly every turn, the neocons report since 2019 the in the pentagon has impeded any potential review of this of this incident. so for example, the death toll was, was downplayed any reports what but delayed. they were watered down, they were, they were sensitive taskforce if the is a very secret of the new york times reports. and it has a lot of power on the ground. so they ordered this air strike circumventing the u. s. air force command and qatar that was in charge over the whole mission and syria ariel mission at they ordered this air strike. and then it was them who was sent to
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investigate this matter on the ground to see that survey the sea. and when they arrived, they reported that the mission was a success. there was no war crime, and that the majority of those killed were enemy fighters and only a very few civilians. now the pentagon has acknowledging 80 people dead, but their argument is that they were potential enemy committed. so out of out of the 80 people, 16 they say were fighters and the rest, the women and the kids. they could have been fight this because isis and known of isis women and kids are known to pick up godson and join the fight. here, it's not the 1st time the u. s. stands accused of mistakingly killing civilians in such a way. there isn't. it isn't as there's a history of, of such incidents in recent decades. technology has reached a level where they are, these aren't over the horizon artillery strike. these are precise ashtray and there
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are drones. there are aircraft to cooper equipped with cameras. almost always they can see what it is that they're going to strike. and still they decide to proceed with a stroke with these strokes, as we saw recently, of course, in, in afghanistan, towards the end of august, we were there when the united states carried out its it's last june psych of the afghan war at killing 7 kids and 3 adults, leeker, gothic, of which we can't go to our house, because we are scared like the u. s. as a superpower. they should have observed that the children were playing around the targeted car. they say they can detect even a needle. how could they not see the children? my nephew facade was sitting in the car. they should have been watching more carefully. they are a superpower, that they promised to punish the people who carried out the attack. have any other incidents either that we don't know about that have been kept on the rats that have been watered down by, by the pentagon or other nations that the account at this try to he in iraq and in
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syria in afghanistan a. but there is the rock in syria in afghanistan a, but there is, there has be the history of these as there has been in mosul, where we were also a nash. hartford killed 200 civilians huddling in a basement the, the, the as shrug or a hospital conducted by the united states in afghanistan, on clinics in syria, in iraq. and the thing is that they keep happening. it is almost as if lessons just aren't being learned. david swanson from the world's beyond war group believes the lack of accountability from the us needs a strong international response i in thy head, should it be legal or moral to blow up 80 people if you label them non civilians. why and that can you scream, imminent danger or self defense in somebody else's country, thousands of miles away, self defense, and make it ok that this is, this is absolute madness. where are the prosecutions?
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where are the human rights groups? where is the u. s. congress, where was the senate armed services committee that did nothing. imagine if, if china had done anything, if russia or iran had done anything, north korea had remotely done anything like this. where is the sort of pressure you would be seen if this were a nation being targeted by the united states rather than be in the united states? the tribe underway in the us of a young man who fatally shot 2 people and injured another during black lives matter protests in wisconsin last year. and his closing remarks, the prosecutor alleged that cow rittenhouse provoked the entire incidents by pointing a long barreled rifle at protest, where it's in house and says, see acted in self defense. now it's up to the jury. and if the case that has divided and matthews, congress in house traveled to kenosha in august last year when he was 17, he says he went there to protect local businesses from the riots following the
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death of a black man during an altercation with police. during a confrontation, he opened fire. he claims in self defense. 2 people died and another was wounded. as a case that encapsulates one of america's most deep rooted issues. as r t southgate taylor explains patriot or terrorist hero or cold blooded killer. that's no consensus in america. in fact, kyle written house has become the face of the united states divided look up cow rittenhouse and throw away the key. he was trying to get away from them. i guess looks like. and he fell and a very violently attacked him. this is a city president of the united states of america is supposed to be protecting his country, but instead he is rooting for chaos and violence when joe biden called cal rittenhouse, a white supremacist last year. it really was just the go to move of the democrats. they do this all the time. the ongoing trial of the teenager who shot dead to
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people during the canal should be allowed protests has ripped wide open deep rooted rifts. it's gone way beyond left of us is right. it's revoke the 2nd amendment buses don't come from my guns. it's defun, the police forces back the blue. it's the tolerant vases, the micah crowd. never mind that those rittenhouse killed were white during the keels. rittenhouse, who is white shot and killed his attackers, joseph rosenbaum, and us and huber, who are both also white. rittenhouse also shot and wounded gauge, gross crates, who is armed and also white, who still a rating racist blight. the judge, it took just one bad joke about asian food and one ring tone. and if the court makes or finding that the actions were done in bad to determine that the judge was probably k k k. i mean, who else would said,
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god bless the usa as thou ringtone. only fanatics who attend trunk probably is right. in fact, it's obvious what's going on here. the good old american justice system and white races church presided over murder trial by a white racist. this church searching to mistrial. this case and save the pull. why? killer? from justice. the written house judges ring tone is literally trumps. rally theme song, draw your own conclusions. so a year ago, tens of millions believed the elections were rigged. and now tens of millions think that's no real justice to cornerstones of the greatest democracy in the world undermined and under 12 months. and if he thought that the mainstream media would stick to reporting the facts, well, think again, the jury might still be out, but the verdicts already in take the law suit. why the tweet by cbs news which claim that written house admitted to mud which he hasn't or take the thin and chief
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legal unless professional opinion. i mean the stupidity of this like what could possibly go wrong? well, a lot went wrong. the good news for kyle written house is that he's not on trial for being an idiot. meanwhile, on the right, images of written house flashing 8 white power symbol are being just swept under the carpet because everyone seeing what they want to see. and i said biden, the president who promised to heal, well, he got written houses, photo and put in a little trainer about white supremacy. how's that for leadership in times of trouble? when i saw that, i was shocked. i was angry, president biden. doesn't know my son whatsoever, and he's not to white supremacist. he is not a racist. and biden did that for the votes. and i was so angry at him and what he did to my son, he defamed him. so patriot or far right, poster boy, killer or mater. whatever the jury decides, one thing is for shore at
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a time when americans have never been so polarized. co. rittenhouse has brought them together only for them to realize just how far apart they really are. cub $26.00 was supposed to be a pivotal. no, i mentioned the fight against climate change. and despite a number of agreements on coal use methane emissions and money for developing countries. the commitments aren't enough to cap temperature rises below the crucial $1.00 degrees has led many to label the climate conference a cup out mm with
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there is no planet b, there is no planet blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, field back there, blah blah, blah, green economy, la, net 0, blah blah blah climate neutral.


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