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oh, yes, this is what happens to vengeance in britain. does this up of you watch kaiser report? the headlines in our tea sciences rush to adapt cobit vaccines to tackle latest strain of the virus with the omicron very forcing countries to re impose tough restrictions. many of us might think we're done with corbett 9 to it's not done with us. also this others backlash in australia over the countries, new social media laws that could see user data handed over the authorities, although some say it's a comp time on their privacy. the same sets of rules could be used by a state enormously malicious, marla. this is not about curtailing free speech. this is about releasing pre spin speech from the powers of the new media, all a gorge, sam, fake it really make it
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a top health official for indigenous people in canada loses her job after lying about her heritage. and sparks another debate about white privilege which ah hello, they are just gone 11. i am in moscow. you watching artie international. i more countries are closing their borders or the 5th surrounding the new cove. it varied, omicron, u. k, the e u, and the us have all imposed travel bands on southern african countries where the mutation was 1st found in wild scientists. a rushing to adapt existing vaccines to fight the new strain which has yet to be fully studied. although the world health organization does say that potentially it poses a very high risk globally. we should a need and either wake up caudle, we should all be wide awake to the threat of this virus. but
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army chromos, very emergencies. another reminder that all so many of us might think we're done with corbett 19. it's not done with us. well, it's all hands on deck across the world at the moment we're seeing vaccine producers manufacturer is looking to, to modify the recipe, essentially, in order to make sure that these vaccines can try and target this new omicron variance of coven 19, which is currently going around the world here in germany in order to try and address not what we're going to see later on tuesday is chancellor angle america and her successor in waiting for job, olaf schultz sharing a meeting of the health ministers of the 16 states that may cope germany. the reason that they're doing not is because they need to have an overarching national plan in their opinion, how to tackle not only the new variant, but the,
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the cases of coven 19 that have been going through the roofs in this country. if we look at the figures for a little bit on monday we saw a new record when it comes to the 7 day indices that the, the number of cases per 100000 of the population. hit 452.4 for the 1st time during this pandemic. the good news, i guess you can say is that there has been a slight reduction on tuesday morning, and this is the 1st time there has been any reduction at all for the last 3 weeks in not they get. the sad news is essentially that it's a very small reduction. it is now gone from to $452.00. so 0.2 reduction. it's still a reduction anyway. well, what we're going to be seeing though is ministers debating just exactly what form a so called emergency break would take a here in germany. the idea being that that could be mandatory or nationally agreed
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figures that once those indices reach a certain level of schools would close that you would also perhaps see curfews put in place. now, health ministers heading into this meeting. i've been saying that there and cry really concerned about the young micron variant about us olenick does this. we all agreed that the media issue is to observe the situation very closely. especially one on the chrome is here. i can only say for the moment that the situation and the intensive care units is dramatic as this wave in terms of incidence is rising. well, it's already been a number of new measures put in place across germany. if you want to get on public transport or go into a workplace, you're going to need to show some variation of either a proof of vaccination certificate. a proof of recovery certificate or a negative cove at 19 test. in some areas which have been most worst affected, what we've seen is add them taking action to close christmas markets, also to bar the unvaccinated from things like bars, gyms,
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and all leisure facilities. now the health minister yen spawn has said that the situation across germany is dire. indeed, the loft buffer fleeced the air force is currently flying patients from one hospital to another within germany. just imagine what that means for germany. i hope this is a wake up call for many people. that vaccination is a good thing across the border in austria, they are currently in the middle of a national lockdown that was imposed a little while ago. there are also looking ahead to february when mandatory vaccination will come into play. we now know a little more about how that will be enforced. austria will find people, 3600 euros if they don't get a job for from at the 1st of february. now the other option is that you spend 4 weeks in jail for repeat offenders. well, that fine jumps up to 7200 euro. now austria will remain in the
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lockdown. it's currently in until the, at least the end of this week. but it can be extended, it was written into the legislation that it could be extended until the 13th of december. there were large demonstrations in vienna and across the whole country. when these measures were announced a little while ago. i well swear israel has closed its borders to all for national, which is a precaution. we spoke with their former un ambassador, who does say that the measures are necessary. burden, as is simply not enough known about the new stray it definitely. i think maybe it was too much, but it's better to be on the safe side when you deal with new variance and we don't have the data. but i hope that, you know, within 2 weeks time we'll be able to open our borders, divide open everything, open stones, mom, events. so i think, you know, it's a precaution because we don't know exactly about the value we have cases actually. now we have 2 cases of confirmed the only one you need. well that's why the
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government didn't do acting very, very fast and to close the borders to the allow only lady to come in and talk to run and be for 3. dave, even though we vaccine the base, you know, whether we should use the knology to actually one of those that carry the very end, you know, we have it, there should be 2 people that's debated and that's when both of the supreme court though sure again, so actually as we speak, the government decided to we initiate that policy, but only 2 people were confirmed. we would, that's valuable. now it's a no, had a few people. i hope it will be the number. but i'm not sure the policy was physically that, that meant that policy empowerment and in the public know it even possible to do, sat down or the flight was why we can do that every time the, the new variance coming out. but yes, i think we should want you to carefully and learn how to deal with that and to the public to, to be patient about it, to cooperate with
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a guideline elsewhere. japan is going to even further and his band all incoming travelers for one month. according to the prime minister. it is crucial to avoid worst case scenario while studying the new strain. and it seems to have the public's packing. the more i am from a rural area and i'm very worried, my wife is also very worried. wondering what tokyo resident, thinking about the new very and the you know, so i feel really now the prime minister casita announced very strict boredom as is it i appeal to the daughter. i think it was good that is sheila, to the border measures. they're swiftly and on top of that, i wanted to prepare well for things like hospital beds and similar issues. i'm scared because all her people like us are a bit too relaxed. now lou troubles it for sure is better not to allow people who might be infected to enter japan because the situation in japan is pretty stable now. it's initial feeling. no, no. the news estrella is set to inch g,
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some of the world's toughest anti tro legislation. that would for social media companies to disclose the identities of online trolls. prime minister scott morrison says he wants to put a stop to a lawless internet. i want to ensure that australians are safe online, making sure that the rules that exist in the real world must exist in the digital an online world. the online world shouldn't be on a wild whist. while the laws would set her for complaints, procedure for those who fail defamed, bullied or attacked online platforms, would be required to collect users, person information likely to include their names, telephone numbers, and also e mail addresses. and if a case does go to court, judges may require social networks to hand over the data. and it's those online companies to not the uses or owners of pages on their sipes. he would be held responsible for the damage in content. but there's already been
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a wide spread backlash against the plans from users violating privacy is wrong. people already give out too much personal info, t social media, and no government should forest any corporation to violate their users privacy. it is 100 percent obvious that scott morrison wants to use this against his online critics. the only reason for forcing and on to become mr. man is to take action against it. genuine trolls them mostly fake accounts, so that will work. just morrison's mouth and brain, unusual disconnects the sooner he goes, the better government must be please about the framing. anti troll could have used a few of a labels, anonymity ending law id collection law. what is friday is already locked horns with internet jones this year after it brought in the online safety, which that's the government commissioner demand information on abusive, anonymous accounts, facebook, those back saying it was impossible to monitor all comments. while twitter says
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that such moves do put, whistle blows at risk, we discussed the strategies new move with the talk radio host and calmness john going to also with digital privacy activist antec expert bill, me. i can't see how if twitter gives into australia and agrees to the set of rules, how it would then be able to refuse to get into other more a draconian regimes which seems to suppress dissent. and to write down on whistleblowers, where the same sets of rules could be used by a states in an enormously malicious manner. simple, bottom line is the moment they band and the president, the free will donald trump, than facebook in particular, became a publisher just like the sun newspaper or the daily mail in britain, if they're going to decide who can and cannot speak on their platforms, their publishers therefore,
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they should have the same rules apply to them when it comes to libel. defamation slandered, central center as newspapers to you know, countries when we get people on j. k. rowling. the harry potter author being bullied and harassed and thrown, thrown around on twitter. it has to stop and these people, they hide behind anonymous accounts. so if they have the passport or the name and the address of the individual, and remember saying only if he goes to court, they would have to give that name over. i think that's right. those authorities have a sex of a court within their country. that dean some sort of comment to be a libel or so trolling in some way and demand the details of someone. then you're going to lead to people being exposed, who i believe need some form or protection. so we possibly need to have a broad brush approach where i know neighbor t is eliminated in the norm. but there may be some special application procedure
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that basically in with a not now will you agree with australia, not with the saying only when he gets to court, but the very fact that he's there would stop the strolling. but it also has to be about free speech. this is not about detailing free speech. this is about releasing free spent speech from the powers of the new media. oligarchs. why ali got wine? deed should not zuckerberg game to set the standards, the taste and decency around the world. why? who gives him the god given right to do that. they've taken over the media. they've read local democracy when it comes to local newspapers, local tv channels, radio channels, because they can do whatever they want. it is the wild west. the top health official for indigenous people in canada has lost her job after lying about her heritage and opened up a whole debate to about race faking to get ahead. taking a closer look at what happened, he saskatoon,
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have you ever wanted to be someone else? someone, clive, for someone which is someone more successful, have you ever wanted it so badly that you name your self morning stall there. i'm very clan admonished, helping me cheap from treaty for territory. and i went to college territory, but i'm introduced 6 territory. i also want to acknowledge my ancestors her career here with me. well, i'm not sure her ancestors appreciate the shout out. in fact, for people who emigrated from russia and poland back in the 19th century, the revelation that their descendants put on tribal regalia held a feather and claim to be indigenous. would probably be quite a surprise. yes, outed by her own system. it turns out morning star bear, a k paying old carrie bourassa is a fraud, also known as a pretend in all a race faker. a person who feels all those heritage to get ahead without having to
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have suffered centuries of discrimination and abuse. because if you can bypass it, why not? it's colonialism and it's worst form and it's a gross form of white privilege that he can just take somebody else's identity and claim to be them. given that this year alone, more than a 1000 unmarked graves have been found in former residential schools, where indigenous children were full, simply assimilated, starved and beaten by rosters, claims, feel all the more egregious and it's a wonder she was fired. having enjoyed 15 years on to cover at the top of her field, but still the question lux, why? because if you think she's a one off example of white privilege on steroids, think again, last year, 6 people at canadian university is turned out to be carries. in fact, to left leaning academic institutions have become a bit of a haven for them, a growing trend. so alarming that the idea of penalties has been floated around jail time or a quarter of a $1000000.00. fine. and it's not just for the higher ups, more notes,
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people lowered down the chain have cottoned on to the survey found that 34 percent of white americans have applied to college. falsely claimed on the applications they are a racial minority. the number one reason why applicants faked minority status is to improve the chances of getting accepted. 81 percent 50 percent also lied to benefit from minority focused financial aid with universities and businesses pushing for diversity. it seems white students feel left out in the cold that trying to squeeze themselves into any quotes as they pan feathers at the ready home generation of kerry's ready to be caught at any moment in that nice because this is 2021 and genetic testing exists just ask elizabeth warren, i'm going to get one of those little kids. and in the middle of the bay was you proclaims that use of indian heritage because her mother said she has high cheekbones rachel dollars. how are you, african american?
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i don't, i don't understand. the question that the jury's stand out on that one, are you an african american woman? identify as black. what i claim that's up, identity theft, sometimes useful, increasingly trendy. oh, fun and games. until your sister turns on you. i mean, while there is a twisting to try that stripping the u. s. at the moment this new evidence has come to light and the case of act, jessie small it who's in court for allegedly organizing a fight racist attack against himself. he can read more about that and are tito the sex trafficking, trial or british? i shall i to killing maxwell has begun in new york. she's accused of dreaming under age girls for convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. he died in prison in 2019 reporting from outside the court,
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his artes john hud. 15 on year old and gillen maxwell has been in jail nearly 17 months since being charged with several counts of federal charges, including the sex trafficking of miners. now prosecutors including, by the way, maureen, coney, who is the daughter a former f b, i director james comey, she's among the federal prosecutors on the team. they maintain that melts maxwell essentially help recruit and groom young women some as young as the 14 years of age to essentially perform sexual acts and massages, that kind of thing on disgraced and now deceased finance. here jeffrey epstein while also according to a number of the alleged victims in the case providing them tab seeing circle of wealthy and powerful friends among the names that had come out of prince andrew, the duke of your car, former new mexico governor, bill richard, also famous side defense attorney allan gershwin, all of whom have denied the allegations leveled against them. the alleged victims and other witnesses will reportedly testify under pseudonyms,
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but their identities will be revealed to the jury's. now, maxwell has pled not guilty to the charges against her arguing along with her defense team that she's essentially being scapegoat it. and that she was being used as a pond by geoffrey epstein. epstein was found dead in his prison in his jail cell. shortly after his arrest back in august 2019 of nam city medical examiner here, new york said, died by suicide by hanging as the journey. basically, the jury's been picked and their civil questions really calling about the trial among them. will gillan maxwell testifying the case? that's a very risky proposition by the defense for many reasons. also will jury see and what we're hearing is that the answers, yes. a pre prosecutors will bring possible evidence from the quote unquote little black book that maxwell had. and also that actually had of all the, basically the names, the numbers and contacts, including those wealthy and powerful friends. as i mentioned now,
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judge alison nathan, who has pres, headed over many other high profile cases here and has also been nominated for the circuit court of appeals. my prison abida, which is next step. you know, one step from the u. s. supreme court. she's already ruled against maxwell several times in maxwell's bid for bail sank, agreeing with prosecutors that she is a possible flight risk. now, the trial is expected to last, at least 66 weeks. so that would stretch it basically through christmas, here in the united states. at the same court house, by the way, where other high profile defendants had been including my boss, john gotti, and bernie made off. so this is day, one of a very followed a trial. and then of course, a case that we've talked about. that's me, national and international headland artes john honey reporting that what you and mr commentator chadwick moore to say that everybody wants to know who is in that little black book, but expects that information to be kept from the public. you've got a judge who is a week before the trial begins. democrats are offering to give her
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a job promotion into the 2nd circuit court of appeals and, and then you have this prosecutor who's james colby's daughter, james co, me who of course, the democrat, party fixer, and know that here a clinton off of the, of the case with her e mails and was a former f b i, director, it looks like the democrats are really circling the wagons in this. so we have this decision from judge nathan that says she can basically block a lot of information from reaching the public. but media has been barred from the court room year, which is very interesting. and the judges made a ruling very recently that in pure and sensational information will not be released to the public. nobody really knows what the meter on impure and sensational might be. none of that really, what's competence in the justice system or in this trial to begin with. and now we have other information that you know, you don't want to be more of a circus around this trial. i don't know. there's lots of trials in scottsdale, it's either absolute good week services. so why does this man get special treatment?
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you know, it all just kind of reach something. something seems distinct here for a lot of people say with america because that u. s. senate republicans have built in governments latest defense bill and cool for vote on amendments that among other things to include sanctions against russia, notifying team gas pipeline. when that saw for document came to the attention of the media, suggesting berlin to try to pressure washington not to impose sanctions over the pipeline project. gemini, foreign ministry source of won't take the u. s. that any sanctions could damage trans atlantic. unity is, you go to don of ny reports, while germany has outright confirmed that it has reached out to some us officials to some your senators in a bit to discourage them from imposing new more sanctions on the nord stream to gas pipeline that runs all the way from russia and into germany, the confirmation came in a response to a question too. from
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a journalist with artes roughly video agency have a lesson less, as there is a document suggesting that the german government at members of the you asked congress not to impose sanctions on the nodes stream to pipeline. because this new would undermine us credibility and damage trans. atlantic alliance, unity would you confirm the german federal government's efforts to come to the sanctions. i can say the departmental chiefs of both the foreign and economics and technology ministries visited washington d. c. recently and conducted fruitful negotiations with representatives of the us government and congress. we are continuing intense coordination of efforts with the usaa ministration on the implementation of a joint statement on nordstrom to. we regulate exchange of views on the subject on many levels. our position in regard to sanctions is well known where categorically against any sanctions against allies. so they should not surprise anyone to have a while germany could become one of the main benefactors from nordstrom to gas
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pipeline, becoming operational, in fact, it could help the whole of the e. you deal with the energy crisis. but according to the german ambassador in ukraine, north stream to gas pipeline is still at least 6 months away from that. now the whole construction has been hampered by some fierce opposition coming from the u. s . that has been slapping sanctions on various companies involved in the construction of the pipeline and coming from ukraine as well. see a huge chunk of a rush as gas gets into europe through caves pipeline. so now with a new, a modern pipeline in place, kia fears that services will become obsolete. that despite brisk, repeated assurances coming from both germany and the russian president vladimir putin, that nord stream to will not be turned into an economic weapon. now the new york city governor, candidate germany williams is under fire because of his place of residence that
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after to merge that he lived in rent it housing on a secure army base. despite being a high profile campaigner for the defund, the police movement now was arrested marching in the parade. it demonstrated the human impact of discriminatory police. and we marched our 5th avenue to demonstrate our commitment and has 247 security water view and pays $1800.00 less per month. and similar digs outside the base, typical receiving all the benefits, while hair on fire, screaming, injustice, pathetic. do as i say. and not as i do how come any serious person vote for him or williams he's currently running for new york state governor is a public advocate and seen as a watchdog for many new yorkers as well as his push to defun the police. he was also a leader of the brooklyn marches during the joy george floyd protests williams also threatened to block the city budget when demands to reduce the m y p. these funding
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were not met in 2020 williams is representative, however, does say that the reason for such a choice is cost as the base does offer relatively cheap housing in the area. adding that his policies on public safety have stood for decades and did not change with his new address. however, he's been called out for wanting army level security while making new york streets less safe. sometimes you can't make these things up. here you have a man who swears that the problem in america and in particular in new york is that there's too much law enforcement. it's too easy in his mind in order to, to get protected. and yet, as he is advocated, nearly a $1000000000.00 was taken out of the in y p. the budget, while crime steadily increased and increased and escalated to
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now, it has, along with the pandemic, driven a substantial number of the population out of the city for safety. because why they can't go and live on a military base and be protected. it is the height of hypocrisy for him to live on a military base in comfort and security, not just for him, but also his family, and then advocate for everyone else not to have any kind of public protection. shame on this guy. you're watching out international being show up today and i didn't forget they've always plenty of stories on our website. i don't see them. mm hm. ah
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you survivors are the end of oak along a long process. you. so as in sugar springs at yellowstone, and we will not do very well, bacteria will do much better since i ah, i am ash taiser, this is the kaiser report. wow. what a moment for me. and stacy there we were on the runway in san salvador. ready to exit from the country when? yes, we were in the plane on the runway and i checked my twitter one last time. and lo
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and behold, i saw a special thanks to max kaiser for inspiring volcano, bonds that was her name. but kelly, the president of our salvador, we had just been to the party the night before where they were announced. so i yeah, that was pretty special. right. so on this show we've talked about pay these volcano bonds. they could just have basically future big coin mining in back bonds floated by the country with like a nice coupon. and they could pay off the m f loan. you know, this was in response to the i m f. and now hillary clinton, you know, wagging their ugly, which like finger. oh, you bam. and then when we were up the event at the end of big coin week and i'll salvador naive. but kelly, the president, had his presentation and then on to the stage, sampson now for bloodstream turns out they were actually cooking something up all this time.


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