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oh yes, to shape out of the attitude and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds, the more we choose to look for common ground. ah, the west to rach itself, the temperature further over alleged russian plans to invade ukraine, bolstering its military presence in the region. that is clear of itself, says there's no reason to panic, insisting an attack is next to impossible with us to pursue a job. i'd nat court on mike insulting a fox news journalist trying to get answers from the president over the rapport inflation that's plaguing the us. fighting for transparency, we speak to
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a lawyer who helped force the f. d, a to release documents on the authorization of the file. the job explains concerns . the decision was rushed. very same health authorities that are telling you this part of the day are the same. federal health authorities that gave pfizer, missouri, and jane j lead immunity. from any liability for injuries cause other products more risk, free them if slavery, ignorance is strength. and now george will wells prophecies appear. one step closer to actually becoming reality as a british university, slaps a trigger, warning on his anti censorship. novel, 1994 with either very good morning and appreciate your company. this is internation 1st for
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you. this out of the united states is, but more than 8000 troops on high alert, as it sounds, the alarm over a supposed russian invasion, if you cried. moscow's repeatedly denied any such plans even care researching. com saying that it won't be attacked at these would be additional brigade, combat teams, logistics personnel, medical support, aviation support, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, as well as transportation and, and maybe even some additional capabilities after that loser. bohack them that you a lot of such param, militarism, appears in the media. i us to reduce the intensity that existed a little given. the situation is quite clear to us. there is no reason for us to panic groceries. there are no grounds for searching a full scale offensive against our country. it is even physically impossible to the, to your grandmother as close live now to our correspondence in berlin. as peter oliver. good morning, peter am. i was hearing these claims before christmas that russia was going to invade ukraine before the end of the year. i was the waiting. if and when anything
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will ever happen, how is the situation as you would assess it at the moment? well, a mid troop deployment send calls for high alerts. what we are seeing is diplomacy still being the number one aim when we saw that's in europe arc on monday, where you for me, ministers were meeting in brussels during that meeting though there was a lot of pressure placed upon the, the german foreign minister and the german government, that's over berlin's decision not to send weapons to ukraine. or the german government though, say they're sticking to their guns if you will, on that particular issue, that they will not be sending weapons to ukraine and they aren't going to change their minds over it. as a d bonus, the gillum cut the federal government, has not changed its position on the supply of arms to ukraine, including the supply of lethal weapons. and in view of the conflict in ukraine, it will not issue a permit for the supply of military weapons in can you give me?
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well, there are 2 very different messages coming out of the nato camp when it comes to the situation on the ground in ukraine. on the one hand, you've got the united kingdom and the united states who have both withdrawn some embassy staff and their families from their diplomatic embassies in ukraine. on the other hand, you have the european union embassies, who have said what we heard on monday from the chief of a you foreign policy, yoseph burrell, as well as a you foreign ministers. they're saying essentially that could cause more harm than good sector in lincoln to strollers, that he was not an evacuation. he was just letting to people, the ones who are not crucial, the staff are free to decide to leave the country. i don't think there is a need for us to know any kind of a precautionary measure from to find to be of the number of our staff and their
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berman engine. okay. i'm either very clearly in the counsel at this moment. i see no reason are forced to pull out our diplomatic stuff and i think your, our presence, our diplomatic presence and care is absolutely key because what we're seeing seeking is of diplomatic solutions and diplomas on the grammar. part of this, while the u. s. is placed 8 and a half 1000 troops spaced in the united states on standby for potentially being sent to eastern europe as also massive navy war games underway. nato war games with the u. s. s. at the u. s. s. harry truman, the american aircraft carrier at the center of those underway in the mediterranean . and on monday, we heard from a number of nato nations saying that they would be sending military hardware towards the east of the alliance. what this is seen is the kremlin spokesperson to me to repress. gov, saying that moscow is paying close attention to what's happening dog reduced to another, such nato actions and increase nato activity. now borders cannot be ignored by
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a military who are responsible for the security of our country. there is a constant process of drills, maneuvers, and military build up, which has never stopped and will continue. the french president emanuel mac kron is here in berlin. on tuesday, he'll be having meetings with chancellor or laughed sholtes as they get that franco german alliance in line ahead of wednesdays, meeting in paris, between delegations from france, germany, ukraine, and russia. to try and find a solution, a diplomatic solution to the ongoing tensions in eastern europe, in a nato troop movements and negotiations continue. bring is the latest that are correspondent and berlin. peter oliver. thank you. meanwhile, anti war activist, david swanson says that the west is painting russia as an aggressor yet is itself the one making war. more likely the point is to paint russia as the aggressor on, provoked in gauge or in evil aggression against innocent bystanders. most
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people are not in the military have nothing to do with the military pay, very little attention to the news at all, and are horrified of vladimir putin or having nightmares about vladimir boot and have been ward that, that the evil dr. putin is trying to take over the world and something must be done to stop it, building up the hostility, you are increasing the likelihood of war under the pretense of preventing it discouraging its i, but it's a vicious cycle. it is in the interest of, of european governments and the european publics, ah, not to go along. oh, with the madness of war. and that seems to be in the interest of certain individuals in the u. s. government. in the meantime, the american stock exchange experienced a turbulent day em it concerns over u. s. involvement in the ukraine, russia crisis and comes after
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a day of hysteria with the white house ordering officials to leave ukraine. the 5th, a conflict was imminent. stokes stumbled by more than 10 percent. dow jones took a major hit, things did recover a little by the close of play, am architects. but we spoke to says that politics is to blame to draw from the u. s . equity market. today had 3 direct costs. the 1st is the growing tension between united states and russia. ukraine. the 2nd is the u. s. federal reserve. meaning later this week to discuss either going to fight inflation. and the 3rd is of the stock market to resume extraordinary amount for their march 2020 lows. without a correction, investors are going to generate the biggest factor, the tension between the u. s. as in europe and russia and ukraine. any time to major superpower space off, there worries about the cost of a conflict on the risk that it will spill over job areas plus energy, as, as you job export of russia and western europe has
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a lot to lose. if trade in energy is hindered or stop by a conflict, and further there's, there's worry among some that, if you asked us most strong in front of the world facing russia to mike moment is close to embarrassment. the joe biden had a media conference. the president was asked about the reco inflation that's gripping the us with the journalist, getting an insult him to play good with now and did later on apologizing. there's nothing personal. meanwhile, an increasing number of americans think that the current administration is missing handling the economy. and yet the president blames only supply chain disruption saying things are looking, rosie, for the us economy. were experiencing the stronger 2nd. i'm a recovery in the world. even after accounting for inflation,
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our economy is bigger, and i found that more money in their pockets than they did before the pandemic. but that's not our view. our experts believe in the data shows that most of the price increases we've seen are we're expected and expected to be temporary. united states currently grappling with soaring consumer prices as inflation jumps at its fastest pace in nearly 40 years. experts site the panoramic as well as federal reserve hesitancy to raise interest rates. i inflation particularly has been hitting ordinary american households with basic goods. just food gas and clothes, getting more and more expensive. roddic speak now to spine cohen, who is the 2020 vice presidential candidate for the libertarian party. welcome spike. buying was caught on the hot mike saying, inflation was a good asset. now i immediately interpreted the sarcasm bus. not everybody might have taken it that way. that's the danger when you say something like that, it can be interpreted several ways. how did you interpreted and left himself open
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to a lot of criticism with it? why they just left himself open to more criticism about being a hypocrite about, you know, how we talked for, you know, during the, during the campaign and over the last year about how he was gonna be more respectful with reporters. and then he acts this way. but no, i think it was clearly sarcasm job. i knows that inflation is terrible for not just the economy, but also for his administration and any political capital that he may have ad, i think, frankly, what we saw was frustration, frustration over the fact that his policies have helped lead to this inflation that we're seeing this record inflation frustration over his rhetoric about shutting down the virus, meeting up with the reality of the fact that the virus is getting shut down frustration over the fact that now he seems to be flirting with a direct conflict with russia. fresh off the heels of losing a 20 year battle to the taliban. and frankly, i also think frustration about his cognitive decline that we're watching out in front of us. so i think that frustration has led to him acting this way. and
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frankly, i think we're going to see more of it. now, it's hard to believe that we're in a scenario like this where you're listening to joe biden speak, and it is very reminiscent of something you might have expected from donald trump. when you hear the president's president biden calling somebody and so be under no pressure at the time, really, this is going to be of concern even to his support is that he's behaving like that . i think so. i mean, certainly his most blind partisans will be, every bit of support of it, of his, as you know, trump's most blind partisans were of him. frankly. i mean, neil joe biden has been known as a gas machine. since i was a child, even before i was involved in politics, he has been known as the guy that says goofy stop. and over the years as he has gotten older and as frankly we've watched the cognitive decline, he says even more goofy stuff. so i was always amused by the people during the campaign who would say, well, you know, we need to get trump out so we can have someone in who's going to talk with less
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nonsense and, and speak to us more frankly. and i thought, showed biden is who you expect to do this. so, i mean, frankly, this was baked into the cake as soon as he got elected his hindsight of going to make americans start looking at things differently. because under trump, the economy was going pretty well until the, you know, the panoramic came along, but it was like, on the flip side, well you had his erratic kind of behavior in his outburst, but now what they've got is a really struggle in economy. and they're still getting these bizarre outburst, so they're going to look at like the trump presidency in a different way now. so this is an interesting thing, right? i believe that's exactly what they're going to do. they're going to say, hey, during from things seem to be going well before the pandemic and now things are doing terribly under joe biden. it actually goes deeper than that. a lot of the inflation we're seeing now is as a result of the inflationary stimulus spending that happened under trunk. but joe biden and democrats were supporting that every bit as much as donald trump and the republican. so there's really no one in d. c, who doesn't own the inflation?
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that's happening right now. see by handful of of deficit hawks who were speaking out against this from the beginning, both republican and democrat. but the reality is, you know, the average voter has very short term memory and maybe doesn't understand the complexities of, of the economy, especially when it comes to something like inflation. and yeah, they're gonna blame it squarely on biotin. and frankly, he's been the architect of bad policy in washington dc for the last 40 years. so if there's any one to blame for what's happening right now, why not joe biden? unless spare a thought for the average american, we know that voters vote with their pockets, they think about their finances 1st and foremost. and at the moment, they haven't really got much in terms of finance and prices rocketing through this record level of inflation. and what they see from the leader of the country is money seems to be rattled when asked about it is just going to fuel their frustration. i would imagine. so now you see acting rattled, he's cheery, picking data, and trying to whitewash what's happening. he's telling americans not to believe they're lying eyes and they're lying pocket books and check book telling them that
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they have less and less ability to be able to pay for the cost of living and are relying more and more on subsidies and help from others. just to be able to get by in life to sit there and tell an american public who is increasingly having a difficult time, being able to afford gas and groceries. and i'm not talking about the poor. i'm talking about the middle class being unable to afford the basic cost of living and telling them, oh no, my experts are telling me everything is fine. they know each line, they know it's not true. and i think the mid terms are going to be brutal forum, frankly, if there isn't a major political change between now and then. and if he thinks that starting a hot war with a nuclear power is going to be that change that he needs. i think that's going to blow up in his face entirely, and i hope frankly, he doesn't lead us into something that blows up in all of our phases. spine good to totally appreciate your time. my guess the spike co in 2020 vice presidential candidate for the libertarian body. the next, the us food and drug administration will soon after hand over documents that have
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been wanting to sit on for 75 years. now these relate to his authorization of the files. if i've seen critics say that was to take stick info will now be released thanks to a group of scientists took the matter to court. we spoke with the lawyer, our and siri, he says transparency is vital. no, our firm represents individuals injured by the axes, we've been representing them for years. we do that for all the other vaccine. we don't do that for to 5 vaccine or modern our j. j for cove it because you can't see them in any manner. we got waning immunity there in center of 80 immunity that the cdc same as the vaccine does prevent transmission. and there are obviously some harm to vaccine causes that in public health officials don't deny. there are clearly issues with the vaccine and we need every independent scientist on board looking at the data looking information, helping address those issues with the real problem here in my view. and you, i think of many is at the very same health authorities that are telling you it's hard to say are the same federal health authorities. i gave pfizer,
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madonna and jane j lead immunity from any liability for injuries cause others products. and they gave them that immunity before the products were even authorized before they were even made and license and, and put on the market. that creates a moral hazard by decoupling the company profit motive from its interest and safety . and i think that does concern a lot of people and it shows well, there are a number of doubts about the fast track approval of defies a shot. the judge he wanted the sta to release the relevant information says this is in the public interest. john f kennedy likewise recognized that a nation that is afraid to lead its people judged the truth and falsehood in an open markets is a nation that is afraid of its people. there may not be a more important issue with the food and drug administration than the pandemic. the phase of vaccine getting every american vaccinate is and making sure that the
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american public is assured that this was not rushed on behalf of the united states . even if it was a rush, there's no, we do not have transparency but certainly in a situation where. busy was rush, transparency is certainly important. it does beg the question, why does the da want to wave ally initially? why did you want to wait as long as it did? it claim it doesn't have enough resources, but it has over 18000 employees, a budget of our $6500000000.00. reviewing a few $100000.00 pages for what a claim is, the most important product it's ever reviewed and put out there presumably. and so we did couple the public health authorities own reputation from the products, right? such that they're just viewed as any other products. and then we can actually address individuals who are injured by these products and get them the treatment that they need. appreciate you joining me this morning on our team can can very short break.
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money's coming your way to go. i ah. herman died. rumor shaped bankers are those
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with dares sinks. we dare to ask ah, welcome back, george. all wells classic novel. 1984 was a chilling cautionary tale that warned of the dangers of censorship. the war, but this university seemingly ignored the central message. stamina said it sites on the novel slapping a trigger. warning on the work, chris, apparently explicit material. auntie shandey had was dusty res between the lights trigger warning. this item discusses trigger warnings. i'm now going to quote
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george o wells 1984. so if you feel at risk of being offended, please meet your tv now. war is peace, freedom is slavery. ignorance is strength, future with freedom becomes smack with privacy from the past. forgotten, his prophecy remains as terrifying as beverly incentive, engaging in individual critical thinking. students at north hampton university studying the dis, stokely and censorship nightmare ah, well receiving trigger. warnings from the institutions very own thought police. while it is not university policy, we may warn students of graphic depictions in relation to violence, sexual violence, domestic abuse on suicide. 1984 centers around a government worker renee totalitarian state. he is followed by the other present
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gaze of the ruling party. and it's dictator big brother. but maybe north hampton university is different from the big brother and simply one that's looking out for as little siblings who might just get upset or something trigger. warnings can be a spoiler and skew students perception, or was shut down, discussion inquiry, and dare i say it thought there's a certain irony when universities start adding trickle warnings to 1984. there's something very big brother about it. i think 13 year olds might find some of the scenes in the novel disturbing, but i don't think any one of undergraduates age is really shocked by buck. any more shock that i don't know perhaps by how all? well, in his dystopian science fiction depiction of mass media control, censorship and surveillance is becoming airily familiar. in fact, 70 is on it so relevant today that it's still on amazon is best sellers list and sets quite well on north hamptons, academic courses,
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alongside samuel beckett's play, and game, as well as alan laws, v for vendetta. oh, but they to come a trick of warnings, of course, i mean generations of students so read it without being offended and being able to re do without any kind of supervision. so i don't understand why they have to molly card to learn to protect this generation. of students, it's rather insulting to the intelligence. on the one hand you have students trying to cancel controversial views. and on the other, you have academics falling into line behind this kind of nonsense saying the controversial views have to be flagged up in advance. so students must be ready to encounter them or is it kind of infantile eyes ation or student life university and has to be dis and must be deplored? well, when i was at university, i was reading all sorts of things for my dissertation defending the west. the rise
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of islamic state, i don't think either of those who made the cut these days to you. but even when i was at school i was reading to kill a mockingbird. and jane eyre, both of which are now on the naughty sap. okay. kids are reading books these days anyway, they're glued to the t. v. screens and maybe that's for the best i 3 going to be any was gonna be any i just want to be on law. okay. okay. perhaps not. the and her family have come to the library. shush lots better, though the way things are going papa will be deemed pig is pinky and peggy phobic some day. an 8 year old girl was shot and killed while walking with a mother in the u. s. city of chicago,
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the weekend melissa ortega was hit by stray gun far during a gang fight soaring cry. rates policing in chicago is once again in the spotlight, and one local pastors calling for change, lashing out at the d fun, the police movement. is there any hope for chicago? the chaos. the lawlessness is so bad in chicago that the criminals, openly mark. i police and i city leaders. and even now governor, what makes me so angry and theory to you that we see our leaders marking i up with their wishy washy id like to find the police? come on, man. the police are not our enemies. how many more will it take me for leaders wake up. you know what? they'll never wake up. you know why? they don't care. galatia chicago recorded it's highest homicide rate for 25 years. at 797 deaths. meanwhile, the week starting january 10th. so overall crime up nearly
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a quarter compared with 2021. francis carjacking increased by more than a 3rd inside the city. we spoke with dominic, his own former police officer from chicago. he says it's short sighted to place the blame squarely on the police. sort of freaks a certain situation. this happens disturbingly repetitively in chicago is, is broken, got government system we have from our job safe, certain kim fox to the mayor and her vilification of, of the police officers. one of the 3rd, to our sheriff tom dark, who's absent at the helm, the define, the police know that is one thing in the next year is going to be something else. the police will always be the pawns because they're right in the middle. you got the elected officials who make the promise, elect me. i'm going to change things. you've got the state attorney who are making deals with the defense attorneys who are also elected position states attorney, you know, elect me. i'm going to do x, y, and z. then you have the, the citizens who are committing the crimes or also the ones you are calling for safer neighborhoods because of the crime. you know, not everyone's committing crimes. and you have a cops,
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the ones who are right in the middle, and the entire burden of peace and prosperity is put on their shoulders with no support from communities or the ones who are there to, to back them their, their government. so they're the ones who are taken the worst position, the hits on all side, and they are always going to be taking the it's, it's if they're the pons. ah, major power, black countess, at the ration states of kazakhstan, kit, gustavo, and as becky st on with major cities reporting outages on tuesday. and hey, we can see some of the chaos on the roads after traffic lights stopped working. and these are some of the scenes that will witness, that it all comes after a power line was disconnected in kazakhstan, the local operator cited emergency imbalances sequence of the 3 former soviet republics effected are interconnected. they're also linked to the russian power grid, which can cover unexpected shortages big shortages where
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our time bob split about, cut me away, just 30 minutes, hope to see it with with bring you the very latest every out the day. this is our national fun, everyone here with there may or may, we should all be may or may, we should all be angry because a was more,
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all right. can't understand united states history and the role that slavery play use 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 investigated lynchings. any great extent you believe in your country and the country still stands in brick. i'm from the south. everybody know, know what this figure. to some extent, i would argue that still fighting the civil war in the south is winning. ah, is your media a reflection of reality in the world transformed what will make you feel safe?
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isolation or community? are you going the right way or are you being that somewhere? direct? what is true? what is great? in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah ah
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