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tv   Cross Talk  RT  November 29, 2021 9:30am-10:00am EST

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ah, ah hello and welcome to cross doctor. all things are considered. i'm funeral about legacy media continue to prepare a western audiences for a military conflict and ukraine. another war of choice. also, the united states doesn't export much these days, maybe, except for so called values, or those values attractive anymore. ah, to discuss these issues and more, i'm joined by my guess was papadopoulos in london. he is a historian analyst, an author of the book arises, see in the return of russia to world politics and in plymouth. we have 3 kennings and he's the editor in founder of the 21st century wire dock. hi gentlemen.
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crosstalk rules and effects, that means you can jump any time you want, and i would appreciate it. it was going to marcus in london. i pride myself on this program to keeping a microscopic eye on what's going on in ukraine. because when you look at the, what i to say is outright propaganda and western media about upcoming war in ukraine. of course, russia is deemed the aggressor, but they're, the audiences are being prepared for what the west wants to see happen when it comes to ukraine. i don't think nato wants to fight russia. i don't think the united states wants to fight russia. but a, they certainly are intrigued by the idea that ukraine may fight russia, which we all know what the result would be. and that is a plan result. go ahead markets i most of you. that's the well, it is beginning to reach a climax regarding ukraine because america's goes in of russia
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has served a purpose. specifically, buying washington have been proven to play increase naval. ready presence in the black sea, this has inevitably about a response from russia, and that has provided the americans with a pretext to increase, not only nato's a presence in the boat and in eastern europe. but it is also enabled the americans to increase their military and economic assistance to ukraine. so the americans and the british weaponry, at the same time, the international monetary fund, which of course, is a weapon of washington and london has agreed to release funds for ukraine. so we can see that a very dangerous picture is emerging,
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and the americans and the british on now in a position to cement fission in your crime. and you're saying this is that they're trying to provoke a response. this is the intention. yes, they are trying to promote a response, but i think primarily they all look into and haunts their position in your crime. that carries a lot of risks. is fruit with risks because it was, america does not and will not go to war. russia over you train that is of course, a risk of an accidental war and for nato. ukraine is necessary to and circling russia on its way to ukraine is not necessary to the western military block security. however, ukraine is vital to russian national security. and this circumstance is
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compelling to russia. we'll go over your crime. and if that means going to war with america, if you try and it will do so, because as i said, ukraine is absolutely crucial to russian national security. if the russians were sent in the neighbor, so the gulf of mexico, you would see america take very, very clinical. ready response, it is no different for russia in the black sea way, but it's very interesting, patrick it. ukraine is also necessary for nato because ukraine gives nato a reason to exist. ok, because they, they claim nato's a position is that it's a defensive alliance. and then it projects stability. however, army ever more sophisticated weapons to kim is the stabilizing. it's the stabilizing to the, the conflict that is going on inside of your brain. we need to remind our viewers.
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this is an intra ukraine conflict that i believe the west ones russia to be involved in. right is always said this is an internal conflict. dom bass of course . but if the dumbasses attacked, which would basically be a form of ethnic cleansing, of the don bass rush is. this is a red line here. so again, adding all the elements for a possible military action is as we just heard, mark to say, if this could happen by accident, but i have a feeling lot of people in washington in london would love to see an accident. go ahead. yeah, absolutely. the other problem is ukraine's become a kind of dumping market for corporate welfare in the united states. that's really what military aid is at the end of the day they're, they're dumping various products or discontinue products or whatever. and now we've got the issue of drones. and so,
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as the technology of military advances and you have the sort of the revolution in military affairs with drones, for instance, this is kind of problematic because of the proximity between russia and the ukraine being next door neighbor. so it does increase the chances of all sorts of problems, new problems that are emerging, that sometimes take years to get ironed out with the introduction of new technology . turkey is also been supplying them with arms and drones. actually the 1st drones and i think supplied to the credit from turkey, not us, but that that day might not be too far off. peter, when the u. s. is sending reaper drones or other, you avi's advance you a b s. the problem is ukraine's in the cycle of dependency. so the u. s. and the west have captured them politically. they've captured them. and now economically, in the cycle of a dependency and aid comes in various forms, ok, and once you get in that cycle, you become
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a kind of you become colonized by the west. i mean, next thing will be if there's a significant intelligence presence or listening stations based in the ukraine, then it control over the ukraine's political bodies becomes a kind of a foreign affair. australia had fallen into that trap years ago during the cold war . that's one example. many countries actually fell into that trap during the cold war period, and they're still in that cycle all these years later. so, i mean, i see this is a kind of a colonization, a long term colonization of a. i agree with that kind of mental premise here, but it also can turn into a wag the dog situation as well because that dependency isn't now. now they're all in so many different levels. all we need to do is the seal. the deal is law. a few more of a few more drones. why with the don basses create an incident to me because you've already made a commitment. it can be very difficult to withdraw me. we already are now be
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a historical example of august 2008 a and saw percent ok. it's going to be and because if the u. s. doesn't now go stand by its commitments, then it will bass. i'm just great military side the military. so i could be over very quickly, this is a political situation more than anything. and i'm sure the you credit the credit would like nothing more than to see the mix piece process realized. but a lot of interference continues to happen. constantly. every single turn by the us or by whatever leader it had installed for shank. and now they seem to have a tremendous amount of influence way over the current president zelinski. it's not about the markets. over the last couple of days. lensky has been making claims very public claims, that there is a plan who against his government. here is this is another site got here or,
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or is he in trouble because he's lost his majority in the parliament. many of his a close associates have turned on him. a major opposition figures based being, being held under house arrest. he's attacked independent media. he's in trouble here, but i mean, is this create this part of the site here of pensions growing, or is he sending a message that was getting logged in saying, let's go ahead nearly 8 years now. ukraine has been in the west sphere influence, so therefore it follows that zalinski came to power as a result of his masters in washington, london, brussels having decided that he was the person they wanted to be in power in care of them for he is part and parcel over provided a pretext for ukraine to be eventually brought in tonight. so for you,
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for nato to increase its presence in the boat in eastern europe and also in the black sea region. that is why the landscape is making these completely and off. and actually, unsubstantiated claims if he has evidence that a foreign government is planning a country and go to the united nations and present your findings there. that is why the united nations about is one of the reasons why the united nations was established in the 1st place. but of course, there is no evidence to suggest that moscow or any other foreign governments in the world is attention to the reason he made the allocation is to give a pretext to keep on building up its presence on the russian. yeah, but the irony is here, and then there was a 14 by foreign governments against the duly elected president at the
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time. i mean, it's really quite rich. you're talking about a foreign meddling in your domestic politics when he is the result of it. i can't imagine where they're getting their intelligence from that i can't imagine. so he's privy to the special briefings and u. s. intelligence will probably have plenty of files and dossiers to open up on the desk of president zalinski to show him how an under threat he is from, from moscow, it's not in moscow's interest to be over throwing government, especially in the ukraine and doing it in the sort of public view, but this, this narrative plays over so well and constantly in the west. so this is a very much a battle of narratives. and i might add that this is a very complex situation. is not only do you have eastern ukraine, but you also have the issue of crimea and they're always keeping that on the burner in washington as a sort of reach out retaliation. pretext and europe's kind of almost gotten past
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crimea by now. but washington will just keep dangling it around like they do with cuba, for instance, constantly and forever. but the reality that the reality there is, they'll never contextualize what happened with crimea in any historical context. and they won't call out the actual how things actually unfolded. there, when that process happened in 2014, so you know, anybody out with, before we go to the break here. i mean, it's really interesting. is it, or, i mean, is it an army? and here, i mean, there's a be very low cost for the u. s, but it's very important to russia because it's border security and the security of its sovereignty. so the white cynical game and ukraine almost had nothing to do with that per say. 15 seconds back regarding yeah, and only that, you know, this, you're constantly champing in the west o blasts and independence movements and f know,
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independence and so forth. and this is a perfect example. crimea of something that normally they would get behind in any other part of the world. but in this case, because of the no political implications, they want only only friends get self determination. that's what we learn here. i gentlemen, we're going to go to a short break, and after that your break, we'll continue our discussion on, on some real nice stay with ah, ah, ah, when i was sure seemed wrong when i was just a shave, how does the because of the african and engagement, it was the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground.
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use ah welcome back to crossed up. were all things are considered? i'm funeral a bell. this is the home addition to remind you. we're discussing some real news. ah ok, let's go back to patrick. patrick lee, the the, the us with the by the administration is sponsoring a democracy conference on december 10th and 11th. it's all going to be virtual, i think a $110.00 countries have been invited. we can look at the the list. ok, there's some interesting omissions and then there's some interesting additions which one good question. and it puts the entire idea of democracy into doubt in the 1st place. however, this is an interesting cudgel here. i mean, it seems to me that the washington, the washington consensus is very,
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very nervous. it needs to convince itself that no beating the world in terms of democracy is if that is what is driving the world through this whole narrative of democracy versus a talk or see, falls apart like a house of cards. it's laughable in the 21st century. go ahead. yeah, it's, it's, it's the sort of contracts are just endless and i, i thought that they would die off at some point in the past, but no, they're going to expand the sort of thing. and it's even more laughable. the fact that these are all being done remotely by zoom, for instance. so they're just kind of these digital. com for, ultimately very meaningless in terms of what's going on on the ground. but in terms of showing the public what direction this sort of the social agenda is being steered towards then in that case it is kind of significant. it is important. and so this idea of social justice, this idea of this sort of cultural agenda is very much baked into the un
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sustainability goals. and all of these countries have bought into those talking points and those objectives. and so, and the world economic form as well. all these things, social justice, the, you know, trans agenda and inclusion and equity. and all of these things are baked in to the world economic forums literature and what they're promoting. and also the un sustainable development goals. so it's not something that's just a feature or an ornament. no, it is a central part of what's driving this agenda. so i think whether it's through climate change and you see this at the g 7 as well, everything is gearing towards that. so they're trying to inject this on a globalized social agenda. and you can read this as a direct attack on new traditional family structure to religious institutions and all of the sort of traditional features that have created modern
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nation states that have broad society and the world to this point in history. this is in the process of being undone, and i think through, through all these comp, i think, i think another thing that's being, i'm done, i'll go back to mark as in london here, is that this is a replacement for what we understand as international law. and replacement up the united nations and in the founding charters, this is we've seen this repeatedly, this is actually not a new idea. john became a john mccain wanted to have this league of democracies basically in the washington consensus proceeding international law in the united nations. and we see this continuing right here and brought up a very, very good point. is it, this is all, it has actually very little to do with democracy. i mean what, there's 500 people being held in washington jail because of the riot on january 6.
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what about their rights? ok, it's a bit rich to be talking about human rights when we have a situation like that. but what it is is that, again, it's just the washington consensus with its meal liberal ideology, trying to replace institutions because of the notions or just been convenient for them, go ahead in line. so the societal changes, the diabolical society changes occurring in america for washington to keep home preaching, to the rest of the world about democracy amounts to simply inversion. because through his physical ailments, i believe that joe biden epitomizes symbolizes how america is the sick man of the world. because there was a time when americans in the context of at home could claim morality. they could claim democracy, but those days are long gone. because firstly,
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there is very little freedom of speech left in america today as a result of mere liberalism, which manifests itself today for work. and of course, work very much includes b, l, m. there is very little freedom of speech in the workplace and america, in schools, in colleges and universities. and also in schools. we hear how near a champion tolerance, i'm a champion, diversity. they are some of the most intolerant people you will come across. these people love diversity. if you do not, if you do not support their values and i use the word values in a very loose way, then they will demonstrate to you and to everyone else look in on just how hateful
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just how violent just how poisonous they are. secondly, in my opinion, what something else which is emerged in america and has also the most in britain and which is worse than the deterioration of freedom of speech in america, is the emerge of the most wicked, the most abhorrence, full of sexual privacy. and that is the fires rebranding themselves in american society. why normalize the failure? so i am referring to a term which has arisen called minor attracted persons rash is a france for pe, the failure minor attracted to persons has a presence, in fact is pervasive on social major that have been numerous investigations which have exposed joe biden. to write,
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to refer to our co written house as a white supremacist, but he has not to try to intervene and to obsolete condemn the emergence of minor attracted persons. that is why i say that america is a sick man of the world and for his physical ailments symbolizes last. you know, it's interesting, patrick, this a, going back to the democracy. confound, that's coming up. mean, a country like hungry, which is a member of the european union and under european union by laws you have, you cannot be anything but a democracy to be part of the european union. it is a member of the united nations, but it is being punished. it's not invited there because the washington consensus and it's ideology. i'm a poor what the democratic wishes of the people in hungry support. ok. you can like
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prime minister about or not, but i mean he was put there by his the people that voted ok again. this is a very pernicious way of understanding democracy in it. it has a whole lot to do about the values that we're talking about in this, from the lack of values. okay. i mean, it's either our way or the highway and i think that's already been sent on by both of you on this program. go ahead a probably the issue in terms are hungry. the issue is drawn the are of, of europe in the west is, is an issue of immigration and non greece, oregon stands towards that which, which isn't a lot different actually if you look at it from a lot of other european countries, but he's kind of been singled out and also i think because he's more concerned no more conservative. he's champion family values, he's champing hungarian sovereignty independence, culture and so forth, traditional culture. and so this goes absolutely against the trend that western
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europe is heading very aggressively towards that the united states is heading a very aggressively towards. and if you look at this, i think the big advocates for things like open borders and things like the sort of the general depravity of culture and the restoration of traditional families and values. court of trends. national corporate cartels are some of the biggest beneficiaries of each and every one of these. so you'll see they're also very much on the woke left as well. so because for their bottom line that you know, children are a massive economic pool for them to draw from now, a massive consumer group that wasn't there before. and in terms of, you know, cheap labor coming in or the stabilizing traditional family values. these are all group things that benefit in the short term anyway, the corporate agenda and the profit bottom lines of many of these companies. so
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you'll find them backing these candidates who are pushing all of this, this agenda, and you'll find them generally, you know, running these ad campaigns and marketing with social justice ad campaigns have nothing to do really with selling the actual product. but everything to do with inculcating this generation was whatever that sort of idealized or seem to be ideal or social justice messages. they are selling an attitude and a bad attitude at that. i would say mark is, it's also interesting that countries that were not invited to the con, obviously china and russia are not invited. again, this is a form of some kind of new cultural cold war. and these countries are not, i'm invited to a company here, but it, it goes in line with all this have been saying here is that, you know, the particularly russia russians, a conservative country to proud conservative country. and it's something in the people in the washington consensus, or any other choice, no option,
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there's only one option. it's our option. and if you're not part of it, then you will be silenced. we will be disappear, you will be canceled here again. this is the, is it very much of a cultural cudgel? go ahead. marcus in love and absolutely new liberals in america and in britain and other parts of the west have appropriated was and terms and have deliberately the store to them in order to fit into their agenda. so today in 2021, social justice has lost its meaning, a quality has lost its proper meaning. diversity has lost its meaning. tolerance has lost, its meaning. these words and terms have been politicized, and they are being used as weapons. and i should that since weapons to silence people in america and in britain who oppose near liberalism,
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who is one who spieler, but also a purpose in a g, a strategic way. and that is, russia is again, a great power. russia is the only country that can limit american global it, as you say, in control times it's a sign. sometimes russia is a very conservative country, it was a conservative country. of course, under the sauce, it was a conservative country under the bolsheviks. on modern day, russia continues to be a conservative country. it holds its cultural and spiritual values, and that is for such it's in washington and london. it was against russia. it's a, it's a breath against the consensus. i want to thank my guest in london and employment. i want to thank you for watching us here are be, see you next time. remember as a
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