the theme is power, and with awe, dozens of protesters and law enforcement officers killed in the unrest, sweeping conflicts down with more than a 1000 other people injured. because a government has asked his allies to send in peace with questions about the nature of this request and whether it has it was a legitimate invitation or not. or we don't know, at this point, washington skepticism comes despite the request, having been made to a regional military block to which kinds of stuff belongs. and which and titles members to call in the news a year on from the us capitol hill, riots america seems more devices than ever with republicans outraged by vice president camilla harris. comparing the events of january 6th to the $911.00 attacks and the bombing of pearl harbor
with hey there, thanks so much. big company, this is our to international deadly gum far is being reported in the center console stands, largest city al matty. it's been a grim few days of rest in the country report sighting officials say 18 police and $26.00 protesters have been killed in violent clashes according to cause extends presidential administration. one law enforcement officer was headed around a 1000. other people have sustained injuries demonstrate as 1st to the st sunday in reaction to a fuel price hike with the unrest quickly taking a political turn. the now this video here we said to be from an automatic gun fall can be heard on it that we showed on social
media. and yet to be verified. an anti terrorism operation is in full swing of 30 se order has largely been restored in all regions. with more than $3000.00 and the rest made is a recap of the latest developments. what does the, what's every 20 minutes you can hear shooting the police departments. ne, there's automatic fire and pistol shot. i think i'm, i mean, it seems like they are trying to storm the police department today, and i walked across the central square and saw the burned down city hall and the president's residence. so i talked to everyone is scared. people are rushing out to buy food and stores. they argue like people have no access to information because of the internet out and they don't understand what's going on. and that's like the money to deal with the chaos catholic sand has requested help from his allies under
the collective security treaty organization. this is a military block of 6 former soviet states. please keep us from russia. valerie, some guest on have already been deployed with some of them on the ground now. washington, though his cast doubts on the invitation, were closely monitoring reports that the collective security treaty organization had dispatched its collective peacekeeping forces to cause extend. we have questions about the nature of this request and whether it has, it was a legitimate invitation or not. we don't know at this point because for the biggest dawn of his inside because of stan, now he's fall this report from the capital about the latest in the country, the peacekeeping mission, and the reaction to it. well, it has been relatively quiet over night, especially compared how the situation has unfolded in the past 48 hours or so. and indeed, it was the 1st night that the international peacekeeping force operating under the umbrella of the collective security treaty organization. as also spent inside the country as they have started,
their mission started helping because like authorities to restore the rule of law and order on their soil. and indeed their involvement has drawn some reaction from the west, including from the united states. basically, washington has said that they have questions about the legitimacy of their presence inside the country inside kazakhstan. just to give you an idea as to what sort of a peacekeeping force it is, as i've already mentioned, it is operating under the umbrella of the collective security treaty organization. it's a military alliance, somewhat akin to natal. now the comparison is a bit of a stretch, but they do have some similarities and some parallelism. again, both are military alliances and are the collective security treaty organization unites 6 nations. that's kazakstan armenia, tajikistan, kyrgyzstan, russia, and belarus, all or all of them are post soviet republics. and essentially, according to the mission statement of this military block, they have each member state has an obligation to come to help and to aid and other
members state. if there's an act of aggression against them being committed against them. and according to the catholic authorities, this world is exactly what is happening. have listened with fear. she cherished their season buildings and infrastructure, including sites, housing, firearms, these terrace gangs are essentially international. they've undergone serious training abroad. their attack on kazakhstan must be viewed as an act of aggression . so again, from the standpoint of the catholic president, it's no longer an internal matter pudding to him. internationally trained and equipped him, a terrorist groups are taking part here and that they are operate inside the country. so from the standpoint of the government, the presence of these well peacekeeping troops is completely legitimate. again, it is somewhat similar to if one nato members state was to ask for help or military help than other members. states would have no other choice but to intervene and send their troops. i sent military equipment or help out somehow otherwise. and at
the head of this block of this military block of the collective security treaty organization has clarified the mission. because there has been a bit of concern that there will come in these peacekeeping forces and they will just start shooting out people according to the head of this military block. this is not the case and that in fact there, a key mission is just to defend some key infrastructural objects. have a listen. city is, was there all of these insinuations about our troops, like we're going to break up demonstrations are not true. that's what the cars like leases for, they will do their job, and our job is slightly different. some rumors about an intervention occupation and other things started to spread. it's just stupid. i once again stated this is the c s t o countries moved to support kazakhstan and such a difficult period. this is the main reason for our decision. there's no other reason for it. as soon as the situation stabilizes, the operation will be suspended and the troops will be pulled out. so it's
unpleasant 1st to hear that we allegedly seize an opportunity. it's fake. c, s t o countries show willingness and sincerity in helping kazakstan get through such a trouble period. but again, it's just the early hours of this peace keeping force operating inside the country . and while we are already seeing some progress, i mean, there's been a break in the violence and with dozens killed on both sides. many would argue here that this is exactly what this country needs right now. author nicholas death, dave, he says that it's a bit rich, the u. s. casting itself is the voice of reason, given its own foreign policy record. the united states made home with this sort of t r approach to the well that in spite of the united states having dropped more than 300000 bond and other countries in the last 20 years. and then the united states being the one that has routinely and systematically invaded and bombed
countries during that time. the u. s. prioritizes the information war m, which it always cost itself the 4th of the reason, the democracy before since the jet m i c. and by contrast, likes to frame its enemy as somehow illegitimate. well, the protest seemed consistent. first erupt it on sunday, after spike in the price of liquified gas that followed. a price count being lifted, which has since been re imposed by the president. his government subsequently resigned over this crisis, but the rest is continued to grow, and a state of emergency was imposed nationwide. his recap of how things unfolded. ah, ah.
attackers destroy the tv production complex and workplaces of journals was to provide you with some context cuz it's down is the biggest of the central asian republics. it shows a border with russia and with china. it's a key part of beijing's trade initiative. the belts and road initiative under wells 9 biggest country because it's done has vast natural resources. ranked 15th for example, among global oil producers, countries also the forefront of certain economic trends is the world's 2nd largest bitcoin mining hub. and the mid the protests, the could to currencies seen a sharp decline in price dropping $6.00 and a half percent since tuesday, because it's don is also the will, the leading uranium export security collapses had a significant impact on the price of the radioactive happy mantle,
which is shot of 8 percent in just a few days. economists tillery and says that the may have been formerly stable because extern is a red flag for foreign investors, and potentially in international security risk. more of political issues and economic one. but obviously it must be a big concern because the amounts of civil disruption that is taking part in that country, i mean, is widespread in very expense to be very there. so i think that we possibly secured to confirm with it's very, very important that you read valuable, not clearly with a significant disruption that is going on in public thumb. thought is certainly in the short run in some doubt supply will be that i think it will make foreign investors quite nervous. i think they will be looking for more stable economy. they may have been very stable off now. i mean, it's a huge, great country. it graphically very, truly it's got very important neighbors,
you know, lot china, but what is taking place my country at the minute i think will be foreign companies from actually putting investment. and i think they'll be looking elsewhere. well then we'll just financially benefiting in one way because they share price and sales training in the u. s. companies have gone up, whereas they share prices go down though that the company is actually involved in uranium production, l y r old might be making finance today. um i think that will continue now it's one year on from the us capitol hill rights. and jo button says that it was all caused by quote, a web of lies spun by his predecessor, notably the us lead to got through his entire anniversary speech without ever once mentioning donald trump by name for the 1st time in our history,
president had not just lost an election, he tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power, the former president united states of america. as created and spread a web of lies about the 2020 election. meanwhile, us vice president comma harris is facing a barrel of criticism for her remarks on the january 6th anniversary. she amazingly compared the attack on the capital to the 911 attacks and the japanese bombing of pearl harbor tragedies that remember killed thousands of people comma la compared jan. 6 to the attack on pearl harbor and the twin towers fear bating, in truth twisting at its finest. president biden and vice president harris speeches today were an effort to resurrect a failed presidency. more than marking the anniversary of a dark day in american history to day vice president made history as a national disgrace. nearly 3000 people died on 911 and about 2400 were killed at
the attack of pearl harbor for blatant disregard for the legitimacy of those tragedies by correlating them to january 6. there's reprehensible, abiding promise unity a year ago. but the new pulse suggests bold and half of americans think national divisions are worse than ever, and they also believe they will be a similar attack on the capital within just the next few years. we discuss buttons, anniversary, speech with political analyst day perkins. everything joe biden brings to the mix causes more harm than good every week he gets new record lows and ratings for this or that issue. he actually is doing what trump said he was doing aids, slowly dismantling and destroying the country by virtue of policies that don't work . january 6 is being compared to pearl harbor and $911.00 because they want it to be remembered eternally because it's an instance of trump supporters gathering and shouting support for trump and opposition to democrats. and because democrats chant, when the legitimate arguments with policy positions,
the next thing they have to do is silence and intimidate the opposition. it says account mckesson, i bank to last year, we seem to spell the end of the normal diplomacy between nations. we'll explain all after this break. ah ah, i am inviting shaped by thinkers and of those with the dares sinks. we dare to ask.
so got to do is identify the threats that we have is crazy. even foundation, let it be an arms race is on offense, bearing dramatic development only literally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful. very katy killed time. time to sit down and talk the me the the, the the welcome back. 2021. it was a bad the arrow. many levels not least when it comes to international relations with traditional diplomatic ticket, seemingly out of the window pull asleep. thanks look back at the that was when it comes to crises and conflicts,
politicians usually say they prefer diplomacy. but in the year that was we saw diplomacy failing even allies. the apple of discord in 2021 was a trilateral security agreement between the united states, australia and the united kingdom, to provide camera with a nuclear submarine fleet. but it ignored one small detail. australia already has a submarine agreement with font. it's really a stop in the back. a relationship of trust have been built with australia and this trust has been betrayed by did made things worse by claiming that frank was aware of the alliance and the new deal. while emanuel cron was furious and accused australia of lying to him, i do say when, when we have respect, you have to be to and you have to behave in line and consistently with the value you think people i do. i don't think, i know the conflict shows something many already new western countries are not
united, not even against a common enemy. the beijing olympics is another saw in everyone's eyes as the u. s. u. k. and candidate seemingly support a diplomatic boycott. us diplomatic or official representation would treat these games as business as usual in the face of the p. r. c's agree, just human rights abuses and atrocities. and john, and we simply can't do that. there will be effective, a diplomatic boy because of the there will be diplomatic because of the, of the winter, the big baby's name it is respected to attend. i do not think that supporting boycotts, all sensible, not remains the policy of the government. the chinese viewed the need as manipulation, but shrugged off as unlikely to cause too much trouble. in fact, no one would care about whether these people come or not. and it has no impact whatsoever on the beijing winter olympics to be successfully out. not only you alive agreed with the u. s. decision to keep government officials away from the
lympics, making some american politicians angry. i'm deeply concerned that seemed less determined than we're to stop china from using the olympics as a huge propaganda when and in fact, china's using it in all kinds of subtle ways with influences another means to spread information. i'm hopeful that perhaps allies will be stronger, but european politicians seem to have another view. respite on sports is a world apart that needs to be protected from political interference. if not, things can get out of control and it could end up killing all of the competition. for many countries. it's more important to maintain relations with china than to express on the devotee with the united states raising questions as to the integrity of the waste. the e u winning faces many different internal diplomatic scandals. not least of all
between neighbors. like the notorious case in turkey, where the e u commission president had no way to put me i felt hurt and i felt known as a woman and as a european other crisis were more serious than sofi gave and included a lead within the you. like when bustles was unsatisfied with polish legislation wanting in new laws to be superior. walsall was angry. more and more you member states are seeing that there should be a limit to competencies what the european union can decide on and what the polish state can decide on the use these things different to consider that this case low breach the general principles of autonomy. 3 must see effectiveness and uniform
application of union low and the binding effects of rulings of the court of justice . and it's not just about poland. hungary seems to be at odds with you to an awful bunch of money off with my and consequently, following the decision of the constitutional court, we decided that we will not do anything to change the way the border is protected. we will maintain the existing regime, even if the european court ordered us to change it. although poland and hungary have different ways of challenging the you, it's the idea of undermining the supremacy and unity of the union that has brussels most while it russia is another example of diplomacy gone wrong, except that in this case the u. s. and you are acting together. russia is worried that nato is expanding and building up relations with the ukraine and acting aggressively despite promises not to you. but those reason, in case our western colleagues continue to push their clearly aggressive line,
we will respond with appropriate military and technical measures. we will provide a tough response to any unfriendly moves. and i want to stress that we have the full right to do this. the us and its allies are threatening harsh actions. i think that is a very clear signal that we are poised to move in a dramatic way. if wash it does undertake for their military question against ukraine. so from submarine disputes and fractured alliances and fears of an all out conflict to the encroachment of sport from politics. have plenty of diplomatic debrief or politicians to sift through and try to amend as we into the new year. policy a r t, berlin. the while another feature of last year was culture walls and in france, this centered on what some leading politicians among them. president my tongue
called woke movements imported to the country from the us to duke explains that how the shift awoke. ism has been tearing france apart. this is in fighting mode with the government acutely concerned about a new cultural totalitarianism that's been creeping in from the endless fear may specifically from the us. now, in a little, under 12 months criticism over that us inspired activism over race and gender called woke is emma has been growing the ideal the u. s. wants to lecture france has provoked bafflement on that said local boost. on the contrary to the united states, we accept much more grouping by ethnicity, by culture, by religion, and precisely where there is a kind of idea of universality was her pointed word or so it was the golden age. so we're not going to criticize the americans for that. when we see slavery, they abolished in the united states in 1865 with lincoln, and we in france, in 1848. that's even 17 years before. but we're not going to say we did it before,
have to go away, ship you. so i really don't see how the americans can see something like that. because if you look at all of the history of our country or the culture of our country, all the countries that we have, like martinique in guadalupe who's in all of the indian ocean, et cetera. i think that france was always open to all of the cultures. things are considered to be so dire that the country's education minister has been put in charge of an anti woke, think tank to coordinate the action present. marconas also made his views clear about a raising history to appease these woke activists. la bleak new republic will not erase any trace or any name from its history. you will not take down any statue. for people here in paris council culture is becoming all too much from 7 am in constant because i find that in queens back inequality is in fact it separates people when there was no separation before and it's the opposite effect.
so both we should rather have subjects of agreement rather than a discord. we already sufficiently in a troubled world. i said i the union pointing the finger too much can reinforce nationalism and withdrawal into oneself. and that it is not a good bar when 75 years old, and i have never seen the country in such a state. we already muzzled with our masks. we can no longer express ourselves properly without being called a fascist or another insult. but pro awoke campaign is on not giving up these a frances using the idea that he doesn't segregate people by race, by sex, or religion, to hide the realities of racism and sexism that he's right within the republic. however, for critics of work isn't, the problem boils down to the idea that canceled culture aims to stifle real debate . what is objectionable in this woke ism, is the idea that instead of having a discussion or a debate, or even an argument about it,
that there should be that it should somehow be cancelled. and so are we, we are dealing, i'm sorry to say that it sounds rather rude, but we're dealing with the difference between intelligence and stupidity. it's just stupid. and is this shift to woke? isn't actually promoting reverse discrimination. politicians of all stripes were united in condemnation. after to merge that, the largest french student union unit was holding meetings that were not open to white students. the president of unit visible, uncomfortable, explains at workshops, organized by the student union apprehended for white. how can the university tolerate such discrimination and anti white racism within it? if our rooms are closed to students because of their skin color, we must dissolve the unit. a real worry is that any rearing towards woke ism will only stoke divisions by putting people in tribes and telling them how they should behave and as much as frances government me be fighting against it. it's
a battle that the country may have already lost charlotte, even sky r t. paris and that wraps up for this news out. thanks so much for your company, laplace you could be, i know, appreciate you joining me. hit announcing, i'll be back with them. they submitted, ah it st. they have to be rash, to be able to afford enzyme, and find the luxury that for sure. despite having the most expensive health care system in the world, we have poor life expectancy. we have higher infant mortality. we have more deaths from treatable causes, so americans are suffering every day from it. it's as if these people don't count.
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