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ah, just a historic 1st and co ordination that allies, the united states, is releasing strategic oil reserves to bring down petrol prices up. the failed attempts to convince opec to boost production. what i will never accept is media to under the guise if we at the set despite he's a fuel violence against people. the dutch prime minister lashes out to protest is off the knights of rioting against tough you cobra restrictions as cases surge unlocked down to re imposed across europe. and the lead to new york police survey shows that more than half of the cities offices, which they had never joined the force we hear about the growing precious. do you have elected officials brew campaign or promises we're going to actively prosecute cops, or what else could you possibly expect to happen?
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so they're going to take a step back and this isn't going to make any ones they would say, ah oh, hello, good to have you with a slide from moscow. this is off the internationals world news at 11 with me. colin bright 1st for you then joe biden has opened up america, strategic petroleum reserve making available some 50000000 barrels through the coming months. but despite the unprecedented move, which political rivals claim smacks of desperation in a struggling economy, the president made this rather astonishing boast. we're experiencing the stronger 2nd i'm a recovery in the world. even after county, for inflation, our economy is bigger. and our found is that more money in their pockets. and they did before the pandemic. there we got some thoughts on that in a moment. first our u. s correspond and kind of open explains how the decision to open up the oil reserves came about. the decision was made in coordination with other major energy
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consumers, such as india, japan, and south korea in response to the fact that oil exporting countries have not made the decision to ramp up the oil supply as the biden administration has repeatedly request it. now, many of looked on and seen this is potentially a p r, move on the part of the biden administration to show that they are concerned about the economy and the rising oil prices. but as you can see on social media, it's kind of had the opposite effect. we see many voices speaking up and calling the move. outrageous biden releasing 3 days worth of oil. that tax pays already paid for. joe biden would rather dip into a strategic oil reserve and puts americans to work in the energy industry bite and gave away our biggest bargaining chip when he shut down domestic oil production. what incentive would opec caps negotiate when they know we have no or else to go? the price gouging is just beginning. this comes as 70 percent of the us public says
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they think the economy is moving in a bad direction. the approval ratings of the biden administration are not good by didn't ministration has attributed the, the rise in gas prices and to the global oil supply, essentially not keeping pace with the world economy that is now recovering from the pandemic. now they've blamed other countries for holding back oil supplies, as well as energy companies for not passing along the decreases to the consumer. the by did ministration, has repeatedly called on the opec plus countries, led by saudi arabia and russia, and said that they should pump more oil in the hopes of getting the price down. opec countries that represent roughly 77 percent of the world's crude oil reserves . they have declined to do that essentially, and they're sticking to their plan for only modest increases. you know, you have to remember oil consumption in the good stages, roughly 18 to 19000000 barrels per day. so biden is essentially releasing about 3
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days worth of oil. very gradually, over the course of the next 3 months. so at this point that we're failing to see any real impact on the oil prices, because some folks now from current clients or who's a former offering. foreign minister, welcome back to our tea. can i ask you 1st about what you think the opec plus producers doing here because the dominated by middle east and produces a part of the world, you know very well why they've been declining to increase production. dinning well, the reasons are manifold of firstly. and we do not know exactly how the world's economy would pick up to which degree. and there is a certain expectation that the economy, quote, slow down. for instance, in case we were locked down. so if an increase in that make, that's one reason. and the other is that a, let me just remind us of the fact that in february 2020, the u. s. government ass up at countries. so stop pumping oil at because the price
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was negative and was in one and a half years. we had this tremendous rise up by 25 percent glass in the oil price. uh, but this is just a picture of the volatility out there at the ups and downs. that's just amazing. on, in terms of commodities as the walt is rollercoaster them all, isn't it? a why do you think president biden is releasing? what should be emergency reserves, because the price as it stands, would necessarily count as a major emergency wouldn't exactly add the strategic petroleum reserve was made for a natural disasters warlike situations. and actually the tramp had filled it up at 3 years ago with the price was very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low, which very low. okay. i
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i sorry we're gonna have to leave can, can i so there we seem to have an audio loop stock there. we'll try and speak to miss glycine a little bit later in the program to get more of her thoughts on what president biden's doing in order to try and bring petroleum prices down. we'll move on though . next, europe's in the grip of another wave of covert with cases rising in germany and the netherlands, and the 10s of thousands. only the tuesday, the w i chose said it's the continents number one cause of death. so now tough restrictions being re imposed in several countries, sparking a public outcry in the netherlands at least a 130 people were detained as anti locked down, protest her violent with the prime minister that calling those responsible idiots and external all to me as a prime minister as a liberal, i will always defend demonstrations in this country as parts of our democracy of our rule of law. what i will never accept is idiots who under the guise of we are
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dissatisfied use pure violence against people who are working every day to keep this country say a neighboring germany daily knew. corona virus cases more than doubled over the last 2 weeks with health care workers there warning that they are being pushed to the limit of uneven needs. who should have been working here for 5 years? and the situation has never been as bad as it is now. we are completely overwhelmed with an incredible number of patients. we no longer have an intensive care unit. all this patients are waiting until bats become available. eventually, patients that need to go in ventilators will be in the emergency department, rather than in the intensive care unit. there should actually be 7 nurses on duty, but we only have 4 and sometimes 3. it is not clear how it can take care of patients adequately and that's on file. okay, with more now on the situation in germany, his are your of corresponded. what is the serious debate sounds away in germany right now? well, the, whether the country should follow australia is lead and making vaccine. mandatory
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austria will make that move from the 1st of february of next year. the debate in germany is really over whether it would be legal or not under the current constitution. there are other measures being taken though, in some regions in germany or imposing nighttime curfews saying you can't go out of your home after 10 pm. while this, if you've stood guard, becomes the latest region, the latest area to cancel christmas markets for the festive period. following on from the state of bavaria, the states of saxony and a number of other cities across the country angle. a miracle has described this 4th wave of covert 19 as the worst thing the country has faced, while health minister and spawn is painted a bleak picture of the way he sees the current state of affairs, the shining ended. these has been to us probably by the end of this winter or this some time cynically said, pretty much everyone in germany will be vaccinated, recovered or dead. but it's true with the highly contagious delta. very,
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this is very, very likely. well, in australia they are into the 2nd day of the latest national coven locked down. it will last for at least 10 days could go on until the 13th of december. people there though, and people here in germany as well, have been expressing their concerns that the actions taken by the government. haven't been the right one off because i don't believe it. all. the locked down will be over after 3 weeks. not even for us vaccinations, but it is what it is. too late too late. especially the mandatory vaccination which should have been implemented earlier. not in february. we thought what did the last few months bring vaccinations were done? tests were done. distance was capital math floor and yet still the numbers rise will be nice. i. i think it's not nice because at 1st they said that it would open up, but then they built everything and then we are told that it must be close and cannot
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open in slovakia and the czech republic, covert cases are all so soaring. in fact, in those 2 countries from monday, extra restrictions have come into place barring the on vaccinated from hotels, bars, hair, dresses, and almost all public events. as the fear is that intensive care beds will be well, they'll run out of intensive care beds due to the sheer number of people, the contracted coven. 19 lawyer heights maya says, the issue of mandatory inoculation is legally complicated. yeah, i lose duration for fast. sincerely your easton, all austrian lawyers specializing in constitutional law unanimously. hold the opinion that's common. mandatory vaccination is permissible when the situation requires it. it means that mandatory vaccination is a suitable means to prevent serious threats to human health. looking at the current situation and what viral did you say about it? this is exactly the case. therefore, here,
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only when mandatory vaccination is formulated at the level of law. can we say whether or not is possible, but in general, it is permissible. on the other side of the world, there have been opposing rallies in australia. those people their turn out to support as well as protests covered restrictions. the authorities are trying to expand their pandemic powers to, with a new build to allow them to reinforce, locked down some vaccine mandates. once the state of emergency and next month i've had a one regent says that anybody opposing the mandates is an anti back sir. you are out there in any way, shape or form campaigning against this main that you are absolutely any backs your personal back. sasha status is oddly irrelevant and the accusations continued to fly around. i discussed with a paddle of guests whether governments are failing in their fight against cove it of course i can see why the people are strong protesting their feel. look at the background, brianna, great world economic crisis since 2008. that even deeper,
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2020 and that, and in that crisis that was brought forward measures against corona with which are not consistent in favor of the people. but for example, in favor of big companies. and then there is a kind of a lock down, which again is more of hitting the small companies, the restaurants, the small casual industry. some of the protests that we've seen over the past week, they've been a little bit agitated, but i think by far the most ferocious has been in the netherlands with the police opening fire there. is that an appropriate response? i think it really depends on the circumstances that that police officer found themselves in if offices are really genuinely did feel that i liked was threatened . and again, i wasn't there and we didn't see exactly what the situation was that i'd be fine. i could be justified, it does raise questions as to why offices didn't have less lethal means to combat people that are the media. and they have deemed riotous, you know,
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far more about this disease than we did 2 years ago for the alternative to lock downs and restrictions. so while the antibody levels go down within 3 months, doesn't mean that the personal immunity loss, but in fact, that the rate of transmission is not altered. so then the conceptually, the idea that you quarantine or restrict in some way, those who haven't been vaccinated versus those who have doesn't have any actually impact on the spread we've been told. the protest is our idiots there by the dutch prime minister, and that they are the 8 agents of violence. i do think a criticism of the demonstrators is misplaced, given, is really very draconian restrictions which are at any rate illogical governments of facing recalled levels of mistrust. resort a survey, hobbies, but since he showed doctor a doctors and nurses, well trusted, but politicians were less trusted than any other member of society in the record levels. approx. and we've seen a very large factor in people,
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not trusting the message of the government, and actually not wanted to take up medical advice from it. so i, returning to our top story then that president biden has announced that he's opening up america's strategic petroleum reserve is going to release and the $50000000.00 barrels onto the market in order to try and bring down petrol prices after some failed attempts to try and get opec plus to increase supplies, right. we can go back now to former austrian foreign minister. karen can i saw who we had trouble with a sound a little early, but glad we got you back. now, we were saying earlier, we were talking about how opening up those reserves. it's only supposed to be for emergencies, but the price, as it is, doesn't seem to constitute that much of emergency compared to where it has been over the years. so what's going on? second, well, it is a kind of thought maybe panicking reaction i really don't understand is move by president biden by the white house in general because what,
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what they're doing is give bringing more route to the u. s. market, but the d u. s. consumer actually is asking for cheaper oil products, such as gasoline names, such as heating oil, as so what we did, refinery to now with all that fruit ohio 3 days at it just adds to more uncertainty and it's incomplete contradiction. always free market economy, it's, it's about manipulating the price and it's, so it's, it's, it's actually really incomplete contradiction was the legislative basis for doing the strategic petroleum reserve. but also we did play a clip of the start of the program where we heard president biden talk about the u . s. economy being so robust, it's bouncing back bigger and better than ever paraphrasing. they're the ones that exact woods, which does beg the question why tap into these emergency reserves. whitehouse waters again to smell something fishy on like yes, i mean, some why says i've been going through today. a claim that it's all about inflation
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. it's about a domestic inflation issue and that is old saying of tonight's and seventy's cell. once the inflation, inflation is like tooth paste. once it's out of the tube, you can't move it back and the inflation is here with us. and i don't think that this kind of moves, which is a very short time thing. and this, we have seen their reaction by the markets at the prices didn't go down. actually, it was also a by to moving up. oh, so it's, it's domestic politics for, for, for a few days, but nothing more than that. what do you think it says about biden's? america's colson, green energy is, is the real issue? ah, because this topic has been on the agenda to my knowledge ever since july, august, driving season. when the u. s. the customer wishes cheaper oil, such
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a sage and the u. s. administration was already in a walk, maya in summer, being torn apart between on the one hand, getting out of oil, stopping all kinds of fly projects within the united states. and on the other hand, assuring the u. s. customer cheaper oil and pare by off think optic and optic blossom to bring in people. i mean, this is a tied to rural walk that doesn't function having these major rouzan, these sledge hammer responses and over to try and calm or inflate the oil price. where is this heading? is it going to puts america on a collision course with either opec or opec plus those extra countries? when it's fascinating that ever since 1973 the, the big oil price crisis down there is kind of stereotypes hi, on uptake as such, uptake. this is the middle east,
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is that if i may say on the inward comma that did the ara muslim era up the i produced which black made a free market just united states. this isn't very old. stereotyped as has always been with us. and when we look, and so the latest reports by the international energy agency, which is very close to the united states. and then to can also see why, at course, which is full of contradictions on the one hand, the same move out of fossil in west man. on the other hand, to say we need affordable oil. ah, and a dis, confrontation is already with us. i'm so there's nothing new i would say at us. his to 19 seventies has always been just kind of law confrontation. and this is deplorable because a indiana leave each other. if you just need to tie it, customers and customers neetha needs produce us. it does feel like mixed messages,
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does not go green, pump oil, everything's finally got plenty of money, but let's dip into all savings. really appreciate your patience waiting for us to come back to us in the on the problems. ellen, greatly appreciate it, can, can i fulfilled austrian foreign minister? next to night, warsaw has confirmed that britain will be sending troops to the poland bella roost border to help with the migrant crisis there. but the u. k. government being accused of failing to cope with it even bigger immigration problem at home with the numbers of those trying to cross the english channel traveling since last year, reporting next from westminster. his shoddy eyed was dashti. well, pretty fertile. the home secretary is being accused of totally losing control of the current crisis on the english channel class. she's being accused of double standards when it comes to how the united kingdom protects borders. you remember 3 years ago, pre to patel said that she would make crossings on the english channel, an infrequent phenomenon. then later on more recently, she said she would shut off the route entirely,
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making it on viable. but what we've seen this year is up to 25000 people have cross english channel headed to the british shoals in the last few weeks and numerous occasions over a 1000 people have made that perilous journey. and very sadly, in recent weeks, around 10 people have lost their lives, making that journey too well. both sides of the english channel is simply blaming each other. what we're seeing is a slight tit for tat, coming from the british and the french basically a wall of words. 8 but the united kingdom, as says that the french are refusing to keep its word on a joint patrol mission even though the u. k. has forked out around 54000000 pounds to try and help with this operation. but the french simply say, this is a british problem, and now the home secretary is almost back tracking on what she said, that this isn't a quick fix solution. this problem will take time to fix and that there is no silver bullet. the only solution is whole scale reform of our silence system so
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that the home secretary is saying that this isn't something that can be dealt with over night in comparison though, to the mike and crisis on the polish baton rouge border. while the united kingdom got involved in that, almost immediately as the crisis i was developing some weeks ago, the united kingdom deployed a small team to assist in the operations on the polish side. what we're seeing more recently as an additional 100 troops will now help to reinforce the frontier and adding to all of this. the u. k. has now signed an agreement with potent missing even help build a wall to stop migrants from getting in. now this moral is expected to cost $1.00, billions, lot there. that's around 300000000 pounds. it will be equipped with electronic surveillance equipment and topped with barbed wire to not that will be erected in mid 2022. now the punish administration. i'll thanking and welcoming the british forces to help tighten insecurity. border border is and will be tight. we will
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ensure pulling security with the support of british troops. a company of british soldiers will be deployed to serve alongside poli soldiers as soon as possible. hopefully, later this month, well, both campaign is on the left and right of politics here in the united kingdom are far from happy in slamming this move on the right. they say that the british government is essentially showing a double standards because it's not really dealing with the crisis on the english channel, but almost immediately it's trying to alleviate the crisis on the polish border, plus campaign is on the left, will they to are condemning the government, they say the british government shouldn't be sending troops to deal with a humanitarian crisis. it's not a military one. so why send the troops and particularly pay attention to the fact that these people are helpless. refugees fleeing west in it generated conflicts? so 2 issues here, very different issues regarding asylum seekers at the united kingdom is
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a broiled in one here at home. and one abroad, one though, we're seeing more rhetoric rather than action to try and deal with it. but then if we look over to the polish border, very, very different tactics being used by the united kingdom. some say though, a slippery slope that those tactics could then be deployed here in the united kingdom to pressure being placed on new york's police are so great that half wish they'd never joined the coding to elite and total survey. they had the city's biggest police shooting and claims. also the new laws and tedious policies are punishing good cult new york city police offices, a well past breaking point a made diblasio and the outgoing city council is still piling on with policies that punish cops and a road public safety. the intolerable environment and our sub standard pay has every cop looking to get out as soon as they can. or his fears are shared by 56 percent of the cities offices. in that recent survey, the majority said they wish they'd chosen
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a different career. citing public distrust and disrespect and a lot even said that they're afraid to pursue criminals for fear of being sued this year. of course, a scene sweeping powers earned reforms in the city, curtailing the rights of the authorities to use force in order to restraint suspects. but even before any of those new policies were announced, officers were already concerned by high levels of crime in new york believed that they won't come down any time soon either. in fact, from that survey, almost 80 percent of respondents said there wouldn't be any improvement in the city safety for at least the next 2 years. top of that crime is up as well. it's up many 15 percent since august. how in response the m y pd says that it is taking the poll results into account as it tries to make the department more effective. i spoke with one officer there. he told me that cops like him have become increasingly stigmatized. every cops i speak to in the y p, the just feels that everyone is against them from the public to the elected officials, to the mayor, to even the higher ups be, in my opinion,
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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 who want to sue 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, was going to make cops apprehensive and empower in bold in criminals. as we've seen that the poll didn't surprise me or didn't surprise long foresman experts at all. you know, like i said, we 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 when our in corporate criminals, you know, we have elected officials who campaign promises. we are going to act that we prosecute cops, or what else could you possibly expect to happen, cause we're going to want to go out there risk their future, their, their family,
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their, their financial will be. so they're going to take a step back and this isn't gonna make anyone's, they would say for record corona virus tests in russia, in the last week, scientists, moscow's gamma la institute, and now testing a new nasal spray to combat the disease, the deputy head of the institute, which is behind the sport degree kind of a job, told us why all means a needed in the drive to achieve heard immunity. aah! village of when people gain immunity, either off vaccination or illness, or even a mild form of the illness after a job. there is heard immunity and it will surely play its role as soon as the population becomes immune will 1st and foremost overcome the viruses. lethality, even though it's more difficult to overcome transmissions, a typical problem for acute respiratory viral infections to not get sick, it's necessary to constantly condition the immune system as we do with the flu. of course, there may be problems with transmissions, but the most of them therefore reduce the burden on the health care sector by
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lowering number of hospitalizations. so doctors can better coat and provide care. so the length of infection is reduced ah, independent, which china is coping very well with the issue population density. there is so high yet. there is no cove. it. i don't represent any regulator. i'm a vaccine developer, but if you ask me, i will said it's necessary to impose a general lockdown is not that inoculated people can't transmit the virus, but that they are tens, hundreds of times less likely to do so. few introduce a lot down. there is no need to segregate society, which you want to share a lot of talking heads that have no knowledge in medicine of virology, but they have large audiences and they captivate people with devious ideas. at the same time, the voice of those professionals who work in the red zone, who really see how hard it is, how many people are dying, have vaccination helps assembly heard to a much lesser extent, though to my mind, it could popularize any vaccination process with any vaccines,
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we have no experience in mass vaccination of the adult population. we're always vaccinating and protecting the child population. in the majority of cases, we happily vaccinate children, but we do not go to get the job ourselves. therefore, it's naive to expect that the population would go to get vaccinated all at the same time. it's rather long and hard road way you need to explain show by example. we need specialists to speak ha. so every person perceives lives through the prism of their unconsciousness, and it's very difficult to tell them that somewhere out there, everything is statistically good yet. anyway, there is no other way. rather than to study a pre selected group of people. when you choose a group unvaccinated, you can compare it with a commentary, bull parts of the unvaccinated population, and with the same sample, you estimate how many people got sick among the vaccinated and unvaccinated deficiency itself is made up of these figures they are not invented. so very traveling times as net. okay. your 1st kaiser report or the week is moment away after which half the maxim stacy, i'll be here to update you on the headline stories were across here,
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artie from moscow with oh hello, welcome to the guys are a part i'm a mac kaiser. yeah, we're still in el salvador and our in san salvador, it's all popping off here. the country's a dot big one is legal standards transforming the country, transforming the people, transforming the culture, transforming the region, all my god spaces. so we are still here in el salvador where we are witnessing hyper bitcoin ization happen in real life. we are here hanging out with the people
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about salvador happy everywhere you look. busy hanging out with the president, with ministers, cabinet ministers, they're down here with the party happening for bitcoin celebration at little bit, cough and out in the other world, the feel world out there while we've been here. well, the interesting headlines out there are of all despair. essentially. inflation is good for you. they say, and so is jamie diamond. so here's the headline. inflation is good for you and this comes from the intercept and i say don't panic over milk prices. inflation is bad for the one percent, but helps out almost everyone else. and what's happening is this says, the intercept, the inflation freak out, is all about class conflict. in fact, it may be the fundamental class conflict that between creditors and debtors a fight that's been going on since the foundation of the united states. that because inflation is often good.


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