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to the chief because that hallmark is we can't trust the police, we can't trust the government. we can't trust anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves in ah, it is feared, the number of victims could rise after a car plowed into a christmas parade in wisconsin in the u. s. 5 people were killed and at least 18 children are in the hospital. 6 are critically ill. we hear from a father who witness what happened. 8 kids were were down in the kid that i was administering. first aid to both of his feet were like ran over and his legs were broken. a april scale violence stand off over new covered restrictions across europe. while the dutch pm dismisses protesters as dissatisfied idiots. and britons held service the n h. s at breaking point with record waiting list. that's as the
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government watched on fines that was ill prepared for the pandemic, and failed to act on warnings. one, coven victims, relative tells us why he's angry. to the fact that my grandfather requesting it was taken out by virus, started in china because our government still allowed to fly in business lines. a very shocking, ah, are broadcasting live director of studios and monica. this is art international. i'm john thomas. i'm glad to have you with you now. police have named a 39 year old man who, who is under arrest after an s u. v. was driven into a christmas parade crowd in wisconsin, killing 5 people that has been confirmed that all of those who died were between the ages of 52 and 81. darryl brooks junior faces 5 counts of intentional homicide
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. and a bit of a word of warning. there is disturb big video coming up. oh, videos posted on social networks show the moment vehicle ran into the crowd. a children's hospital in wisconsin says it is treating 18 youngsters 6 of whom are in critical condition. more than 40 people were injured. i called kevin owen, spoke to a witness at the place. it's a big part of their annual thing and people come from different towns and stuff to do it. so it's kind of like to kick up the holiday season. there were probably, i don't know, 40000 people there. you were filming it. you kind of saw it all 1st hand before we have a talk about it. let's just show of you is just a little clip from some of what you filmed. oh my god, it was crazy. we were the 1st point where he entered the parade at so we were right
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around the corner. so when you see that he's worked around the track, there is a road and then that's very entered at. so we were the 1st people that he made contact with. yeah. and he was doing at least $35.00 or 40 miles an hour down the crowded street. and it was just an absolute instant chaos. he managed to go almost the entire length of the parade. when he went through our band, he struck 8 kids were down in the kid that i was administering 1st day to both of his feet were like ran over and his legs were broken. your daughter's bond was performing upright against us while you were filming there. what went 3 ahead is literally this must all be so unexpected and it takes you just a moment to work out what's happening around you. first thing though, there went through my head after i realized i couldn't stop the guy was, i get the kids off the street in the safety and there's a lot of people who,
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who've never seen that amount on ports, not only i've seen trauma before. so i just started getting people in groups connecting them with each other, getting them to safety. i'm trained in combat 1st aid. so i started, you know, checking the pulses, making sure the kids are bree, then, you know, not move and tell on people to get some blankets out here. my family and kids are still traumatized. we were talking with the police officers until about 1 o'clock because we actually saw the driver's face and we're giving descriptions that most of my kids are still asleep and now i really couldn't sleep. so meanwhile, a democratic party, stafford caused uproar soon after the incident by using a series of contentious twitter posts to sarcastically equate the incident to call written houses, acquittal for murder in the same state. it was probably just self defense. the social media director said using the same terminology, used in the acquittal of written house and referring to the situation as karma
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against the state or to kill a mob and reports. and many would have believed that the tragic incident in war cassia would have helped the country overcome the divisions resulting from the kyle written house trial, which just concluded with an acquittal. but now we're seeing a situation where a democratic party staffer in the us state of illinois is dragging kyle written houses name into the aftermath of the war cache incident. we had mary la uminski, a democratic party staffer in the state of illinois for do paige county, basically bringing up the kyle written house acquittal and tying it to the incident in walk cassia, in which the car plowed into the parade. here's what she said. it was probably just self defense. i'm sad. i'm sad anytime any one dies, i just believe in karma. and this came around quick on the citizens of wisconsin.
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now lemons. he had been the social media director of the do page, county democratic party of illinois. but at this point, no one is listed for that position on the website of the democratic party of do page county. they have distance themselves from her controversial comments. the democratic policy of 2 page county immediately several times with mary landscape. once we became aware of her callous and reprehensible posts, she does not speak for us and we end quickly reject her statements about the tragic events that occurred yesterday and walk asia. we as a party denounced violence of any kind. now since then, mary lemons, he has deleted these comments from her social media. and at this point, screenshots are still circulating there still widespread outrage. this points to how big of a gap there is among the u. s. public when it comes to the kyle written house trial and its aftermath with a 4th wave of coven battering europe,
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estates are re introducing extremely tough restrictions with blanket curfews and segregation for the unvaccinated. that's leader, has branded those protesting against the move. idiots so ultimate as prime minister and as a liberal, i will always defend the right to demonstrate in this country. that is part of our democracy, of our rules of law. but i will never accept that idiots under the guise of being dissatisfied. you share violence against the people who work for you and me every day in the field to keep this country safe. won't budge. prime minister marketer then not pulling any punches when it comes to how he
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feels about those that took part in knights of violence across the netherlands over the weekend, just gone. in fact, in rotterdam, 3 riots is that we had to received medical treatment. the gunshot wounds out investigation is underway to try and establish whether those shots had been fired by the police. previous reports had said that at the police had fired warning shots, as they struggled to contain with what the, the cities man has called an orgy of violence elsewhere in the netherlands. in closing down an elementary school was set on fire also in gun again. shots was smashed open. there was new thing that went on here in germany. we didn't see those type of scenes over the weekend. what we do have heading into this week is a lot of new measures being taken to try and stop rocketing cove at 19 figures. in fact, in parts of the state of buttons voting bulk, you're going to be facing at 10 p. m. curfew not allowed out your house at all as
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they try and get numbers down in that area. proof of vaccination recovery or a negative test you go, you need to be able to show one of those. if you want to do pretty much anything in some of germany's hardest hit states, including saxony and bavaria, that's called the 3 g method. basically that you need to provide proof that you've said how the vaccination or you've recovered, or you have a negative test. a lot of places going even further and adopting the to g policy that so only allowing access to certain areas if you are well vaccinated or you can prove that you've recovered. we've entered into the holiday period here in germany and from monday at around a lot of the country christmas markets opened up. in fact, in some places such as munich, there are no opening at all. some of the most famous markets, not opening that doors. again this year because of the coven pandemic. however, here in berlin,
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some are going to be doing just thought you're going to need to pass to g system proof of vaccination or proof of recovery elsewhere, though they're taking a much hard line. in fact, in humbug, they've come under a little controversy as they've, they've erected essentially offense through the christmas market, one side being for the vaccinated, the other side being for the own, vaccinated, lots of measures being put in place. and we are expecting perhaps even more to come into play here in germany. the german health submitted state yen spawn really painting a very rosy picture of the state of affairs. right now. i need to get them in the us been to us probably by the end of this winter or sometime cynically said pretty much everyone in germany will be vaccinated, recovered or dead. but it's true with the highly contagious delta. very, very, very likely. and she has elsewhere in europe and belgium. so violence in the capital, brussels on sunday is unseat covey. restriction demonstrations got very ugly indeed
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. in australia, they begin a new national lockdown on monday. it will continue for at least 10 days, but could be extended through until the 13th of december. while in france, alarm bells ringing their with the countries health ministers say they've been shocked at how quickly case numbers have increased across that country could well be expecting to see new restrictions in france. very soon. britton's health secretary has admitted that the national health service waiting list, which has already hit record highs is likely to rise further to date. there are around 6000000 people waiting for scheduled hospital treatment. the chief executive of a group that represents health service leaders has attributed delays to underfunding, coven, 19, and failures in social care. and that was even before the pendant started the demand from the red code levels. yet the amount of money going into
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support and provide the service is shrinking. because you mustn't forget, you have to understand how a government pending of the pandemic on a background of a desire to privatize the chest. and let's not forget, before we enter the pandemic, danica was short so short of 10000 doctors, 40000 nurses. this government's been in power for 11 years. in 2012, they introduced a major legislative change which our soft and care provision in our bags. so we entered, depend them in a very curious situation. the problem is, the chance is being set up to fail. the government wants to tear them resembling the american system where you have skid row, public provision, and the middle class of power for private insurance. that's what's going on, and health care leaders are not selling this out to the public. so then on our side, i'm afraid. meanwhile,
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the u. k. government has been accused of not doing enough with a new report by the national audit office, criticizing its response to coven. this pandemic was exposed to vulnerability to whole system emergencies. although the government had plans for an influenza pandemic, it did not have detail plans for many non health consequences and some health consequences of a pandemic. like coven 19 there was limited oversight and assurance of plans in place. and many pre pandemic plans were not adequate. it was my grandfather who died on christmas eve. he went in for a routine or infection. obviously nothing wrong with them. co cobra died of loss people did in this country. so the fact that my grandfather, rural west, england was taken out by a virus that started in china because government still allowed people to fly in business flights. in february last year. it's pretty shocking. hancock giving away 600000 p to china. the get february. doesn't really how so
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this is how to improvise. it's been bags. yeah. numerous stories of how service is being led down by the life or johnson, the very thought they didn't close borders. goes to show that they didn't understand the stress this would have on, on a chess, along with the mental health about the entire time. the report also notes that despite warnings about potential shortcomings ahead of the outbreak, the government failed to act. it also suggested officials were to wrapped up in preparations for breakfast. however, downing street has defended its response, saying the pandemic was unprecedented. we have always said there are lessons to be learned from the pandemic, and have committed to a full public inquiry in spring. we prepare for a range of scenarios. amal, there were extensive arrangements in place. this is an unprecedented pandemic that has challenged health systems around the world. tons of things are unprecedented.
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walking into the road is unrest. 11. i was going to happen when he walked to the street. we walk into the street, the knowledge that we have to look left to right. these people did. we don't need current kind of based buffoonery in charge. we need a meritocracy. we need the scientists, we need people actually understand what the talking about. this whole process has been done by people that don't understand science, don't take it seriously. it took 56 days, introduced masks, countries like career and china been using last years with some reasoning brand. we just did get our government list for of money 1st they for, well, you know, we can either keep our pool is open, which would potentially, you know, kill a large population of british people with the economy with century 5 longer or we can close it in economy, okay, go ahead. what they've done is i tried to do an option a, it didn't work,
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we've lost lots of people in the economies to not to slap women and urban communities have suffered disproportionate social economic effects in the pandemic . and international inequalities have widened according to a major new global report from the red cross cove. at 19 has amplified inequalities destabilized communities and reverse development gains made in the past decades. we will never truly be able to say that this pandemic is over. if the socio economic coms are not addressed, any action will be meaningless. if we do not also consider the consequences of violence, discrimination, and exclusion in an integrated way. it will continue to be a crisis that affects us all. the report highlights some of the worst consequences of the crisis, including worsening unemployment. and loss of income has been an accompanying increase in food insecurity with communities globally finding it harder to feed their families. women in particular have become more exposed to sexual and gender
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based violence, as well as bearing the brunt of subsequent mental health impacts. the red cross and red crescent president told us how he is deeply worried about societies, most vulnerable. i did not. doors were leaving. if you got condition before the crisis, and once again, this is dami got approved and saw your most marginalized groups, women and she, they're not, as i said in the, especially in the developing countries, but not all, even in the western counties. he's been betty. we are now in the. ready in the or by settings a new number all the way up and especially in the most legal enable the add this to reach. so these is something that continue to happen. and unfortunately, despite all the all. busy of that,
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we may not on the ask that you might need that community to the call to the government do aren't going to do more to protect the most about i fortunately so far they are still leading the consequences of the crisis. the unfair approach to that, all of the women in many, many societies that i created the condition for the specific storm and as a consequences of the of the, of the mika class. when, when it comes to the, to the jobs in the market over the job market, the women are often employed in the form of factor. and once again, the informal, i think, why nobody of the be the most exposed to the confinement and low balance. we must use the opportunity to brush form the project they make is important to create a new hobby called the society to be the society around around values and bring people that it seems we are losing. and this is something that, that for me, is
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a streaming extremely vital a majority of new york police officers say they would not join the force if they had the option to do it again. and that the general public disrespects and distrust them. that's very much more after short break. this is our international i mean with
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as tensions are again on the rise regarding ukraine, we hear about the red lines. russian red lines. the west needs to take them seriously. also in the weight of the rittenhouse murder. isn't it time to admit, blake, legacy media live all the time about almost everything. with the walk back, this is art international. now more than half of new york police officers say that they would not join the force if they had the option to do it again,
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that is from an internal poll of nearly $6000.00 uniformed officers taken in march, which has just been revealed by the new york post nearly 3 quarters of the officer surveyed, also think that the public does not have a good relationship with the police with a majority feeling that the public disrespects and just trust them. also in an incredible 80 percent of spawning, say that they are afraid to aggressively fight crime due to the fear of criminal liability. well being sued or unfairly discipline. what's perhaps most alarming is that the survey took place before the landmark police reform initiative in may which banned police from using choke holds. assigned a special prosecutor to police involve death and limited qualified immunity which protects officers against civil suits that opened the door for civilians looking to suit police for certain suspected violations. now prior to these reforms, please said that they had believed the crime rates would become even worse. 79
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percent of those who responded to the survey said that they did not believe the city would become any safer in the next 2 years with new or crime rates for october up 11.2 percent on last year. that is a major concern for the police department. police officer sergeant zeek r. com says police officers have become increasingly stigmatized. every cops i speak to in the y p v just feels that everyone is against them from the public to the elected officials, to the mayor, even the higher ups b, y p and just feel like there's no right they can ever do valuable crime fighting tools like stop question frisk were taken away, you know, legal options for people i want. assume the police were expanded. you know, every, every elected official now has a platform. they want to go directly after police. this isn't gonna make anyone safe. it was going to make cost apprehensive and empower, embolden criminals. as we've seen that, the poll didn't surprise me or didn't surprise long foresman experts at all. you
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know, like i said, you want to have programs like defun, the police, which are directly going after cops. you have elected officials standing up and they should more empathy towards hard and criminals than towards the police that actually would incorporate criminals. you know, we have elected officials who campaign promises we're going to active. we prosecute cops or what else could you possibly expect to happen? cuts on going to want to glad to risk their future, their, their family, their, their financial will be. so they're going to take a step back and this isn't going to make anyone's, they would favor it potentially game changing theory about the thinking of rushes course submarine more than 2 decades ago is dominating national headlines here. that's after a state news agency spoke to the former commander of the northern fleet, who said the craft collided with a nato vessel or cheese on quarter. got the latest. there are a lot of theory still going around as to what actually sank the russian nuclear
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submarine curse back in 2000. some people say that it may be collided with an old world war 2 mine other say it could have potentially even been sabotaged. but as for the official russian government investigation, moscow says that it sank because a defective torpedo exploded on board. but in his recent interview, with re a nova, the former commander in chief of the northern fleet actually gave his version of events. he says that the curse collided with a nato submarine that was tracking it at the time with no, cuz the wrist was schools. the submarine, the collided with a curse, had apparently been tracking it, but got too close. or there was a maneuver that led to a collision. i know the name of the submarine with a 90 percent certainty, but in order to disclose it publicly, there needs to be proof and it needs to be released. and i cannot release it because i call 1st gave his version of events, not long after the submarine was destroyed, back in 2000 at the same time of the blast,
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the u. s. nuclear submarines memphis and to late. oh, we're also in that area. and the russian ministry of defense requested permission from the pentagon to inspect those vessels. the pentagon said no and that they were in perfect working order. as for the russian government, they have retained the same stance on the version of events. you go from yours to. we will not comment on this version, you know, that there has been an investigation. the investigation has come to an ultimate conclusion. that is why we do not want to comment on any of the hypotheses. so of course there still are a number of. 1 different versions going around about as to what exactly happened. us state department has called on the e. u to boost it's military autonomy by raising defense spending state department counselor, derek co haul, says that is washington's own interest. we want to stronger europe. it's in america's interest for europe to be more capable, militarily. it's important to get out to the theoretical row, the think, 10 realms,
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strategical autonomy and to talk about pragmatic, practical solutions. coley added that european defense ministers have long pledged to spend more on weapons, but that so far they have always been blocked when they go back to their parliaments. and governments for approval. also offered washington's expertise on what kind of capabilities member states should focus on. but a political analyst told us it's main interest is wanting. all of this is to sell more american weapons to allies, a lot of cracks within the nato alliance. and we can see mentioned we're ticket in france. we think lot recently about with the us did by stabbing france in the back and taking over 50000000000 euro budget. a france to people in france are saying, but we're a major arms and we've got a big arms industry today. we want to sell our arms why would be by american if we can build our own arms and that we should this big difference between the strategies of the nation. busy some of what sniffed with nation states in your and,
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and the u. s. the biggest problem, the u. s. is facing, is having a collective strategy. there's in fighting within the within nato, and there's nothing more than the u. s. can bring today to say, spend more money and buying my weapons. this is nick, definitely not something which is going to persuade european countries, nato countries into strengthening their ties within the alliance. they're washington is going to have to find something much more delicate and more strategic than that. that doesn't for me this, i'll be back about 32 to half minutes with another full infrastructure news. stay with us. start to international oh, driven by drill shapes, bankers, those with
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theirs sinks. we dare to ask in a thing they can't ride on police report. it's an all cash in december 2020 a group of anti fascist. fill out a film crew access for 3 months. so if people organization, if an idea that it must be of how the channel out the gate while they may come with their faces. but they can see what they believe in. we believe in helping our community. we believe that our fascism is one of the major threats to the united states has gotten proven. this is a chance to see who and t for really are in order for me to extract my 1st
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amendment right and say that my life matters have to be on to the teacher that i felt good. we can't trust the police, we can't trust the government. we can't trust anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves in a ah, ah hello and welcome to cross out there. all things considered, i'm funeral about as tensions are again on the rise regarding ukraine. we hear about red lines, russian red lines, the west needs to take them seriously. also in the wake of the rittenhouse burdick, isn't it time to admit, blake legacy media? lie all the time about almost everything.
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ah . to discuss these issues and more on joined by my guest jordan, samuel eli, in budapest, he's a podcast her at the gaggle which can be found on youtube and locals. and here in moscow, we prostitute dmitri bobbitt. she is a political analyst and editor, and in us me, internet media project. a gentleman cross up rose in effect. that means you can jump anytime you want. and i would appreciate it. our host, our, our team here in moscow, our president, putin address. so russia's foreign policy elite and was quite interesting that he talked about red lines again to the point of reminding, as he likes to say, where his wet rushes, western partners, which i find quite whimsical, to be honest with you. but he did, he's basically saying you're not taking serious rhetoric very seriously and you do it at your own peril. i mean,
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i don't know how much more straightforward and simple you.


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