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vote popular support for the legislation instead, just repeatedly are carried out these meetings that lead to nowhere. looking back with commentary on biden's 1st year and officers, archie kill him up. madam, he serves as presented joe biden with quite an honor to celebrate his 1st year in office. he and his vice president had been immortalized in wax. ah. 6 tomlin harris is the 1st vice president to go in with some joking that she was added simply because joe biden can't cope on his own. now, their hollywood smiles are recreated almost to realistically for some put them in the white house. it would have the same results or probably better, can we put them in the oval, they're about as useful as the real things outstanding job of capturing the
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likeness of both prison bagman vice president harris. historic because it's the 1st set of wax figures with the same amount of christmas and mental capacity as the real versions. so how did we get to this point? well, when joe biden 1st took off his mainstream media, talked about it like it was a fairy tale he was sweeping in to rescue us from the nightmare of donald trump. he was going to re unify the country president elect joe biden, and vice president harris, cold the grief and regret out of the privacy of our hearts, if just for a moment so that we all could share it. he's going today to, with a stroke of a pen start to take real action on the challenges that are facing our country. and that's gonna be one of the 1st things he does when he walks into the oval office 12 months later. and mainstream u. s. media is now reporting on a very different atmosphere. the president will arrive in this room at a moment of national exhaustion and drained morale. as the crone of ours pandemic heads into a 3rd year. amid a sense, the events at home and abroad a cascading out of control,
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and the vicious ideological divides could to america appalled, and they're always holding joe biden speak to the fire, asking him tom westerns about important issues or maybe not. i'm not going to read more from question that gives you a voice of july, except now you're living there and you're president. it's been 4 weeks. what's it like? you guys are bad? i'm not supposed be answering all these questions was to leave americans. patient is running out the price of gasoline and food is rising. so as crime cove, it is raging out of control. the usa is the longest war ended in a chaotic disaster is pull out that made america the laughing stock of the world. the mean for dissing sleepy joe is let's go brandon, with some wondering if biden even gets the joke. yeah, i hope you guys have a wonderful christmas as well. let's go brand joe brand and i heard or maybe he does know what it means and then he just forgets every so often. and then
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he remembers again with with no, no, no way to me. i'm asking you a question. i said, is that accurate? the best you know with and i want to thank good that film down on thank you very much. i don't present harris. mike took a virtual tour vaccination center in arizona,
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a los angeles, and i one my daughter to long beach long reach. thank you. a days you and are going to write yet another chapter in the beautiful story of the french mainstream media is suggesting just a year into his presidency that maybe biden shouldn't run again in 2024. some are suggesting hillary clinton again, or maybe biden could add trump's arch enemy republican liz cheney to the ticket. a lot of biden's voters have turned against him. the 14 point shift to republicans that just took place around the country is the biggest on record. it's pretty safe to say that jo biden's 1st year in office hasn't gone so well for him. he's pretty unlikely to get his face added to mount rushmore anytime soon. that sad, this is america, and he still gets 3 more years. gail mapping, rti new york,
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or that is for me this hour i will be back in 25 minutes with another full fresh lecture news to with with is the earth's still large enough to satisfy the ambitions of jeff bezos? you know, it's got its tentacles in so many aspects of the economy. there's nothing that amazon isn't trying to get into to step by step. the amazon empire has extended its group on the world that walks like end up being quite like a dog gets a dog. so amazon looks like monopoly trades like a monopoly makes money like a monopoly. behaves like monopoly. amazon essentially it controls the market place
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. it's not really a market, it's a private arena, a wild where a single company controls the distribution of all of our daily products. and the infrastructure of our economy is loose the world according to amazon. yes me, i'll do, you know, look we're in fact will you? i, lisa typical, there's only 9 but already a university students that away else national world. if that's everything you impact beckers that go on the kids to seems a new, modest appointment. let's see. yep. you've got the last, there's dos padilla uh digital spots. diane noble choose to snable to go, but yeah, but that's a little only thing that i feel good. so the last 8 months, yahoo jumps that he newcombe could no recalls. he me shows control center program, use them now bush night new passcode, no porcelain will your special. i want the yeah, my what i said,
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i had my 1st thinking what so at the player by putting it on the she was a new mom. she's in the some did it, it wasn't for doug that he was not sure how i knew it with soon losing credibility to do to prove you leaning more of judge if you and could you from his teacher was also reason is balise. we'll come on. good ah oh for everything got started and all the needed to be done assumed such of mythical need both in the mall and the forklift. and then universe sauce expanding. so where those equations come from and i hopefully the switch is not a gun regression. the science can so, so called enhanced interrogation techniques used by the u. s. officials were basically designed as techniques to break down the human mind.
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if you force a human being to stay in a certain position doesn't take very long to the pain involved to become absolutely excruciating, but nobody's lane finger on you. you are doing it to yourself. and we started adopting those techniques when i was stationed in mosul. among them wordpress positions sleep deprivation ah, inducing hypothermia. there's already beginning to be evidence that these old techniques are now being used on immigrants and children, whatever you do, a war comes home. nobody has been held accountable for the torture that happened in the past. the moral authority, the made america war leader sacrifice. but the shimmer of effective interrogates ah,
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were this by the president? i had him. where is it's natural believe that mister president, i would like to express our gratitude for giving our g u 1st international media interview as president and hampton. and of course, the 1st question is about you, can you personal impression about the meeting with the russian president vladimir putin and the level at which russia iran relations are ad irosia, how closure must go into iran the day she would no musk were it to get out the smell of monitor him, them now in the name moved. gracious god, i want to thank you media. i'm very glad to be in moscow meeting high ranking representatives of the russian government today. and yesterday, at the meeting with mr. pruitt's and we discussed bilateral relations, as well as regional and international issues. in general, what i understand from the meeting is that russian and iranian positions coincide
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in regard to many issues. and we do have common interests with russia. in addition to being neighbors was russia and iran, a members of international organizations, they were able to corporate within the shanghai corporation organization. there are lots of opportunities in russia and in iran. and these opportunities can create the grounds of even greater interaction in the economic sphere as well as in science, technology, aerospace, defense and security of our countries. so there are lots of grounds for corporation and given the will of the high ranking officials of the 2 countries. all these areas will be further developed. there is also ground for developing our relations in other areas. are relations with the russian federation won't be short term. these will be relations and corporation on a solid basis, mutually beneficial and in favor of the 2 countries and their people. and we are working to ensure that our relations become stable and strategic so they can guarantee our future interaction. therefore, in this regard, we have the strategic document in the making aim for
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a 20 year perspective. that is a comprehensive document. it includes all areas of corporation and it can determine the prospect for all the participants in echo mac and market activities in the field of technology defense and saws. either the scarcity puzzle firm or brought procedure scare the criminal pro for great hellish about the strategic document. you're on agreement, go, it. would russia the rod? how closely to the corporation were with me, and that what should be expect for you, richie july? and here between rush, i had the ra and am 30 good. just go say user revenue. mom you see are relations with the russian federation. and with all countries will be based on common interests on fruitful interaction. one that will lead to results and what we feel is that today our foreign relations match our principles, the main principles that we do not want to gain dominance over other countries on and are not ready to be dominated by the countries. this is the principal wants, shouldn't oppress others and shouldn't be suppressed while the country. therefore,
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after the victory of the islamic revolution, we develop the principle that iran should be an independent states. and today, our ties. will russia lie in the fact that russia wants to be in, in atlanta, in the states? and we see that it's under attack from the west and from americans for those countries that want to be independent to being attacked by enemies. when you want to be independent, of course, you will be attacked by those countries that want to dominate, as americans don't want to have independent states in the world. they want to turn these country into slaves. and for 40 years, of course, by the grace of the islamic revolution we've been resisting, the american dominant relations with the russian federation will be based on the principle of common interests, interacting on various issues in international and bilateral relations, as well as with m regional and international organizations where was only subordinate eh, ging nick, the e m. nor you the day, many wesley upon daddy politicians as well as the media the of having his syria biological strategic partnership between russia and iran. why are they developing
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that his near? yeah, and what is the overall goal, serial, eager carnage that said, oh, need it on the egg. as you can see, iran is powerful, independent states of russia, is also a powerful and influential that they thought that when the 2 powerful states sit together willing to agree on corporation. because yes, of course, is gearing those who have intentions to dominate. and what we announced on our foreign policy was that we would corporate our own country world. and if countries want to demonstrate their hostility to us, i, of course they will face the resultant of loraina people. what we've shown in the past 40 years is that we are people who are not ready to accept falsely and oppression. if someone does not want hostility, of course we will corporate with them that are you from the very beginning. our government's been saying approach is corporation with neighboring states in all areas. and therefore, i stepped off diplomatic work with our neighbors, nicholas's, this will benefit the entire region and the global economy as a whole out of cuz it is by charles the broad. what mitigate, what did you tell us about need will go she should have gotten such
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a sensitive issue at the nuclear deal. you hope to rewrite agreement at vienna? he was a but he's else okay. but his negotiations are for our storage of near carrasco. mar down was, or kellogg was asked of negotiations. we took them very seriously. and if the other side's really to lift sanctions, they'll be real grounds at reaching an agreement. but what we've seen so far is a violation of obligations on the heart of the americans, as well as the lack of new appropriate measures from the europeans. once them is the europeans of also fail to fulfill their obligations. and the americans of officially violated the treaty. on the other hand, the international atomic energy agency stated 50 entire or the to ronald fulfilled his obligations was around, was committed suicide negligence. so we fulfilled our lawyers, but they have violated theirs. they must fulfill their obligations. we didn't break any last that under the policies are ready to lift sanctions. the grounds, reaching agreement on nuclear issues is amazon city or i c. e o. iran, thanks video. ah,
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another has elected bratia and iran. i have been brahman accusations that aren't countries that are constantly committing, right, even with the ibis via killer, now cyber espionage, anti cyber attacks, against you, other states, as to what extent a smudging accusation, the justified and who, what are they aimed at? i mean, it shows you how that air hum list you've probably heard about the cyber attack on iranian petrol stations. where did this attack come from? those carrying out these attacks undermine communications, including sub been in various countries. and in iran, that's only say themselves agreed that carried out the cyber attack on the efficiency assisted by designers. and therefore the country, the ones that have who gave them permission to carry out. so we're carrying out peaceful nuclear activities and then they have, what reason do they talk to don and get them on their undermining pets when there are people who want to provide them? so on, of course, he managed to settle the situation in
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a very short time. i was very beginning, given a progressive cybernetic not to have very good at it. but nevertheless, this is what they do themselves to blame others. this is a cause, a warning people of the world, those who oppress others inefficiently attacked committing terror in broad daylight and carrying out the cyber attack in broad daylight and our commander, the head of a major resistance movement and the hero in the to get terrorism with kathy, on it was j, tara, as well as his companion and high ranking command, is fighting against terrorism, and the heroes of anti terror acts in iraq, kill them, and they die as martyrs. blamed said they want to portray the press print and the oppressed to be painted. the oppressed people do understand that you know who is missing a question in the world that in the ah
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ah ah, gothic go by the help on this particular quote, man. healy please. you could go ahead and push and push it if i had a fee, but i should somebody somebody from a few minutes ago was 3 to what i still love to sell it at the but i booked with loaner vehicle me in your school. thank you. believe about give hope, all right from where you will be with you
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a follow up. i know that you were boiled like it, but here for a weaker lia, from what i show protecting you from virginia blues, [000:00:00;00] with the sure law at vienna coverage justice, which is one of the accusation, letters you often made against over russia. and iran is that on these nations and
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behaving aggressively towards other countries will sheeting that by you have probably heard them pendleton, the american expression about with a dish reactive role of a rod and the middle east. he, what would you say to those 1st bread such rumors and what you say such were bullies? casserly tear mac door, earth boy scout m d courier more. matt and quin, i would like to ask a question. who created? i still who founded it in the world. i still has committed very terrible crimes against children, women, and the vulnerable in syria and in other countries in the region in iraq, for instance, they're now in afghanistan in the mosque where muslims, a 100 or 200 people prayed, they were killed. these are the horrific crimes that i sell is perpetrating all over the world who undermines global security. and these are the ones who created i sell those who support i. so those who have been undermining security in syria for many years as well as in iraq. john or that have happened, you see the americans had been present in afghanistan for 2 decades. and what remains as a result of this presence in almost 2 decade prisons, apart from war,
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apart from bloodshed and destruction, is thousands of houses destroyed thousands of disabled children in thousands of killed or repressed people in afghanistan due to the american dominance. this is the result of this presence half. we see so many costs are what does it brought to? again, is down that today we see so many issues afghanistan is facing. therefore, i think that it's right that the americans left afghanistan and iraq or so to speak . they were rightly expelled from there. but the fact is that today the americans have changed their warfare. they've somewhat changed their weapons, some where they have some where they haven't, what are, for instance, they use sanctions as an instrument. they say about those who want to work well. this person is independent, so we need to hit him with sanctions journalists and influential people in various countries or under american sanctions. if a person is independent, influential, or so to speak, or leads the movements, of course, this goes contrary to the system of domination, to american interests. it, therefore they would impose sanctions against this person. oh, what procedures are, but
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a warm up so to cure through new to these is next question is more about cooperation with as your example, you are actively developing ties when you're china in various fears. what world of doing china playlists, iran's foreign policy now, and while june russia, perhaps very jealous loyalty was, was that a she? is that right now? ordering care more? no, no, there's no need to be jealous. we do have ties a china. but we also have relations and contacts with russia. we have relations with those countries in the region. the wants have relations with us relations based on common interests, mutual respect for of course we will develop these relations. we already have strategic relations with china and also with the contract that wants to have them with us on the basis of mutual respect and good neighborliness. and also on the basis of using the opportunities of the 2 countries for the well being of the people or the comforts of the people, of course will certainly have contact little countries that once have relations with the islamic republic of iran. we still have good relations, even with those countries that are geographically far from us. and we will
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certainly maintain these relations at home. and of course, we believe that we will maintain this view in relation to russia and china and in relation to other countries at all. does cause a deposit, the other woman abram leaning its and throwing the idea. please tell us about another direction. the middle east, where are russia and iran closely corporate in and various issues. glove. what made vegetables can you single out here? museum was talking movie in my dad's our town near the saul here. you know, we're working to ensure security and peace and central asia. and we think that of course, this region must be said from many destabilization. and this must be the efforts of all countries in the region. we are ready to work with the countries or the caucasus, and central asia to work for peace and tranquillity in the region for me after. ah, storm was discuss, i brought them linear iran. what can you tell us that iran's desire to integrate or more closely where we were shanghai corporation organization would. how important is this for you and do you think it looked really dominates in eurasia in the
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future? oh, man thing. i think that of course, the shanghai corporation organization where ron has already become a full member can of course have good relations with asian states. these are trade in economic relations. this is corporation of security, culture and so on. and this will benefit all regionally and steps in these directions have been taken already, but it seems to me that the shanghai corporation organizations should become more active as well as the eurasian economic union. long as this union becomes more active, it might be useful for the region. you see, we have regional organizations and we believe they are good premise for developing into regional corporation. and there is room for development and exchange of opportunities here for that. this will lead to the development of the region and prevent the penetration of foreign states. here we can use the capabilities of the region to the maximum. i'm korea venica shadow less should when the me iraq speaking about them had them in both iran and russia have been hit hard by the corona, barbara yaeger. you said there was any cooperation between the 2 countries in this
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regard, dera toward the war quarter, nor i think the whole world has learned a lesson from cove it. and the lesson is that despite many tools in the hands of the superpowers, they've not been able to deal with prevention or identify an effective approach to combat the virus. you have an a fight against cove. it has been some kind of joint work joint action. therefore, in this regard, i'd like to thank china and russia, another country incorporated with us. in this regard, of course, we were able to take appropriate measures. and the most important thing is the vaccination of the population. today, a large percentage of our people are vaccinated. this will ensure that we can save and protect our people from this disaster. when i hated the government every day, $700.00 families may be more or less lost their loved ones. and today the number of deaths stands in about 20 people says is a very low level. the incidence is very low and the desk rate is also very low. but nevertheless, we don't have protection against this new attack omicron strain if we must make efforts the law, people and other nations do not suffer from this new strain and cooperation between
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iran and russia. on this issue, it's very fruitful. we have scientific cooperation, as well as corporation of vaccines between our countries. i'd like to thank all countries to put effort into this, and i'd like to say that such corporation and so to speak, a coalition of efforts can lead to saving people in asia, on their dog darnesha at thanks to her till birth press. i would also like to talk more about on cash teams. will a marya lou russia, by the way, i mentioned several times while working in syria recently have univers review death . we've decided if there is no international trial and an investigation into the murder of soley mind, he by donald trump or the entire nation of iran, will take revenge. how may please she was this a warning blow may be a threat in you. you must be grocer when your debt was watson asserting one year for admiral tolerability. you see kasim silly man in os only belong to the people
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of iran. he belong to the muslim community. he came to save people's lives. he made efforts in this direction and all people, both muslims and non muslims, of course, have great respect for his work. they respect his work because they know that he was able to save people from the attacks of the enemies of humanity. i mean, i sill antiques very factions. he was able to protect and save people's lives. therefore, his presence in syria and iraq in the region was aimed at fighting terrorism or he was there to save people's lives. everyone in the world knows this had you on their forecasts. him silly money is a hero, and the americans must give answers. so to speak, awaken the conscience. they say that they are the banner bearers in the fight against terrorism. but why was the hearer of the fight against terrorism killed? why was mister almo hondas, his companion killed, and they have officially admitted it all before. they've committed such a great crime! the one who commits such a great crime and confesses to this crime naturally should be punished in court, and they must go through this process in a qualified court order. the promise is to protect the oppressed and punish the oppressors. it was, of course, the sincere promise,
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and it will certainly be kept shaka, her morning, waters of artillery sort of ashore death, isn't it? cuz by then president, spicy bar mazda president. the thank you very much for this, interviewing love the beard, or the personal international media to get your opinion was from name we july and one was spirit. i did already of the ship. thank you very much. and also many thanks to all your friends as well. as media representatives who took part in this, thank you. oh, you're ah, the so called enhanced interrogation techniques used by the u. s. officials were basically designed as techniques to break down the human mind. if you force a human being to stay in
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a certain position doesn't take very long to the pain involved to become absolutely excruciating. but nobody lean finger on you. you are doing it to yourself. and we started adopting those techniques when i was stationed in mosul. among them were stress, possession, sleep deprivation. inducing hypothermia. there's already beginning to be evidence that these old techniques are now being used on immigrants and children, whatever you do in war comes home. nobody has been held accountable for the torture that happened in the past and the moral authority, the made america, world leader sacrifice the shimmer of effective interrogation. and this addition to the program, we discussed the ongoing nato, russia pensions. we ask, what is nato strategy also? what is russia strategy dealing with nato nice word expansion,
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and what are the likely outcomes for both? there may or may, we should all be may or may. we should all be angry because a was more all right. can't understand united states history on it and the role that slavery play. he was already a very formal institution. by the time united states became a nation, it actually to find the nation, the rise of capitalism clearly on the backs of flight. and it's laid down. if you have, reaching any great extent, can't believe the country and country still dance, and i'm from the south. everybody know, know what this thing to some extent. i would argue that we're still fighting. the civil war in the south is winning
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with ah, the russian coven vaccines put, mcvey demonstrates a strong protection against the recently emerged on the constraint according to a new italian study, and also produces more antibodies than the pfizer jap. criminal negligence. that's how russia foreign ministry is describing the work of some western journalists seeking to mislead the public into believing russia wants to invade ukraine, despite continuous denials from officials in moscow. f disturbing, he classified video shows the 2nd before you as a drone kills at 10 afghan civilians. many of them children who were playing on the street in one of the most appalling incidents in the box to withdraw from the


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