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[000:00:00;00] a ah, in the story, the shapes the week you crane dominates both the headlines and the lines of nato states with lethal arms ammunition military equipment handed over to the us and u. k. prepared to send troops to eastern europe nozzle. nato members agree to weaponized ukraine. germany is slammed by allies, but going against the block line, while some spanish opposition party say it's not bad countries war to wage. spain has no police in this conflict. we are not interested in any worse all these approach cation of the united states. and they took,
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in an attempt to reshape the world order in which they are losing influence. while moscow states, clearly and simply if it's up to russia, there will be no war. foreign ministers, like a lot of outlines the countries position and a lengthy interview to the russian media and in other stories a super day by today's course on my consulting of folks news journalist here with just trying to get on says about when called inflation plating the us, we go shopping in new york to see how prices are being affected and also locals. how much it's hitting them in that pocket. after you have to make concessions to, to fit your budget, to, to buy the essential things to feed your family. you've got 3 kids in the cost, the food is going up. i drive the car almost every day, the cost the gas going up. i don't think there was anything
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with a very well welcome. you're watching the weekly with the round about 2 weeks stories along with the latest news. that date is great to have this week. how's the nato countries pouring weapons and military equipments into ukraine? britain now for they called it the biggest possible also to nato, a major military deployment to eastern europe. the case following a similar line to washington with president find and citing to send more american troops to the region. in the near future, a pentagon had already put 8500 soldiers on standby for possible deployments, old lives to deter russia. but now even kit is urging com instead of panic, claiming it won't be a talk, despite repeated warnings from the us. all we're moving us to so you are for the
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nato countries visit year term. these would be additional brigade, combat teams, logistics personnel, medical support, a vh one, support intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, as well as transportation, and maybe even some additional capabilities after that that you lots of search param, militarism, appears in the media. and i asked to reduce the intensity that exist today. little the situation is quite clear to us. there is no reason for us to panic, no grounds for searching a full scale offensive dreams. our country is even physically impossible to achieve or not. so, not all nato members are united and weapon ising ukraine, though germany is refusing to send on santa rule down evacuating its embassy. they're saying the move would only add to the tensions, but it also doesn't believe there's any immediate sign of ukraine joining the nato alliance. every one knows that this is not in the agenda at the moment, including russia, the people of ukraine, one to live in peace and security. many have been separated from their families for
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years due to the conflict in the dumbass. that's what the matter is about. not an imminent entry into nato that was latin mitten in ohio. that war is looming right now in the middle of europe has about doing everything we can to prevent a military escalation of the situation. of course, we do not deliver weapons to ukraine, is about keeping the peace lasting peace order in europe would not work with our russia, but only with russia. cranks have also a nag inside one nato member, which is already sent to the navy vessels to the black sea. spain has pledged his full support to the block, but some in the opposition are not in favor of the mays. no. so local mo, we as one of the signatories of this manifest. so, and the bulk of those who made the formation of the current government possible. believe that firstly, spain has no place in this conflict. we are not interested in any worse. all this is a pro cation of the united states and nato, in an attempt to reshape the world order in which they are losing influence. the us
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openly admits this is very important for its national security. so the u. s. and they to are escalating tensions. the united states and nato want on the one hand to control europe and on the other latin america literally crush and everyone who questioned the hegemony of the united states and the united states. and later want to direct the resources of control europe and latin america to attack those whom they consider their main threat. in this whole story, neither spain or the e. u has any row our troops should not become cannon fodder for this most enormous mission of genocide in history for nato. on friday, russia, top diplomat found out clearly that the country does not want to war, but it cancel out its interests to be ignored. foreign minister gala rob said his thought steering a 90 minute into the, into russian media history of the so if it's up to russia, there will be no war. we don't want any wars,
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but ignoring our interest is not something we can allow either. americans are trying to create a hysteria of the escalation around ukraine, burrell and blink, and repeating it to some kind of a mantra. they say we hope that raja is going to choose the path of diplomacy. and i can tell you that is something we've always stuck to since soviet times. and the outcomes of this diplomacy include the isda and bull and astronaut declarations, stipulating that no one is going to strengthen their security at the expense of others. this is the embodiment of diplomacy i need mobile proposals to nato might seem exceptional only if the experts who assist these proposals assume that the americans have already taken everything around. so why bother put up with that? confine yourself to the bare minimum. but we want them to work with us with honesty, the day before yesterday we received their response and obfuscate things as the west is prone to do. but still there are some responses to our basic questions. in particular,
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with regards to intermediate and short range missiles. we also offered to withdraw military exercises further from the border on both sides. there were other measures on de escalation that were ignored for several years. but now nater seems to be willing to talk about that. it's only something as simple as the president has already given an answer to that. if our attempts to agree on mutually acceptable principles of ensuring your atlantic security fail, we're going to take measures in response with regard to what kind of measures he said that they can be different and will be based on the information provided by our military. if they insist that they would not change their position, we will not do it either because their position is based on distortion of facts. and our position is based on what everyone's put their signature on. i don't see the grounds for reaching the compromise here because they are distorting the previous decisions that were commonly adopted.
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virginia, so as for the sanctions, when our president spoke, in particular, we told the americans that the package of sanctions, including russia's disconnection from the financial systems, controlled by the west, would be equivalent to the severance of diplomatic ties. we gave a clear message and i think we understand it. i don't think it serves anybody's interests or the ones watertight relationship between the u. s. the mainstream media and key f is in question after see and, and deleted. then reinstate is an article alleging the ukranian president told joe biden that america was over playing the eminent russian invasion cards. more on that from se, ask is hannah. also update us on ukrainian president had a phone conversation and the major reported the biden was warning the wilma brink of world war 3 pitches waiting for the ground to freeze over in february. and then he'll give the signal for an invasion. so let's keep his part was trying to calm his u. f counterpart down by stating that it's all still ambiguous. it's seen then that
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the 2 leaders will very much at all. a call between us president joe biden and ukrainian president followed him, or zelinski on thursday, did not go well. a senior ukrainian official told cnn amid disagreements over the risk levels of a russian attack. so lensky urge his american counterpart to come down the messaging, boarding of economic impact of panic, according to the official. he also says ukrainian intelligence sees but for it differently. so it quickly thought later that on top of all the other disagreements within the e u. a nato now, even washington and kia, who off, quite literally brothers in arms on to, on the same page. but then something peculiar happened. less than an hour and a half after the cnn article broke. it just disappeared. there was no trace any more bite and whipping up his theory about him in a war and the landscape telling him to come down on its pace. what a pit? well, a few of tweets from cnn people on soccer field about how the white house dispute,
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how the call wasn't success. in fact, it was all just one big lie. whitehouse on biden's lensky call. anonymous sources are leaking falsehoods. president biden said that there is a distinct possibility that the russians could invade ukraine in february, reports of anything more different than that, are completely false, and hot on the heels. he also came out claiming that the original article was riddled with mistakes. dear colleagues, some reports regarding the content of the talks between presidents villa dimmers de lensky and joe biden have appeared on social media. citing the alleged senior ukrainian official. these messages are completely false. so to put it simply, we had an article site in a senior ukrainian official. now the articles disappeared in a whole army. both in the ukraine and state side are out doing damage control. what happened behind the scenes? it's still a mystery bond, understandably there are lots of questions and what suspicions, why such a shot?
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180, who gave the order for the story to be taken down. and so probably not a surprise. biden's critics are calling the transparency. what they want is a transcript of the phone call. will someone ask press secretary if the white house will release the transcript? when will you release the transcript? what exactly was said in the hour and 20 minute chat between bites and ansolaski is still unclear. what did dynamic between them to lead to says it's still unclear. is it indeed true that zalinski was the one telling biden to tone down the hysteria that are a lot of questions. there also seems to be the sense that at best this was poor, unverified journalism. and it was, if we're being really cynical that was something in that article that someone really didn't want to come out for my indian foreign minister conwell, sybil believes europe isn't in control of its own face right now with the us at the
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will. i think this is playing with the goal question is the expansion of nato. do you agree? and if that problem is evolved, everything else falls in place and i am always surprised why finland and sweden would remain out of the needle during the whole war when the soviet union, very strong and is federal the front of the world and continue to be outside the door, why can't there be an understanding of ukraine? why is the west, especially the united states pushing? for grant's membership of natal knife on this, there can be a fundamental in understanding. then i think the best of what is happening is totally unnecessary. and what is surprising is that europe is not in control of his destiny. it is united states is domestic politics that are pushing for a confrontation of what you claim, not the thing is that in actual war is inconceivable. all will control the
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escalation last night. the side gap and it'll be devastating. so i am 100 percent sure. i don't want to war. and i don't think you missed once more either. so this kind of need less muscle fixing by what you're going by needle. it only invented the situation makes it more difficult to dissolve. ultimately, you have to have political negotiations on the basis of equality and mutual security. and that is the core of the issue and go over from the current simmering tensions rushes agreed to move planned naval drills further from the coast of ireland. i thought the irish government on fishing communities express concern about potential damage. the exercises could cause to the area in response to the request and minister of defense of the russian federation sake. a chicago has made a decision as
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a gesture of goodwill to relocate the exercises. but the russian navy, planned for february, said to february 8th, outside the irish exclusive economic zone was the aim not to hinder fishing activities by irish vessels in the traditional fishing areas. ask out just announced that it will move its naval drills scheduled for next week, which were originally set to take place in international waters, just about 150 miles off the coast of ireland. now that's after irish fishing authorities said that moscow was well within its rights to carry out these plans, but it would disrupt fishing activities in the area. so they asked if they could be relocated. we also heard from the irish foreign minister who pointed to the recent tensions around the conflict in ukraine, russia and the international law of the sea can of course, undertake military exercises in international waters. this isn't the time to increase military activity, intention in the context of what's happening with ukraine at the moment. i was the iris, foreign minister pointed outright there. there's nothing illegal about russia carrying
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out military drills in international waters. something that's been in the works for quite a while now, but moscow sees the decision as a gesture of goodwill, considering the fact that the western media has been hyping up, claims accusing russia of planning to invade ukraine for months now. and that diplomacy has been facing, set back after set back concerning this issue. so while tensions do remain high, at least ireland and russia can see, i hear also among the stories that shapes this week and another twist in a seemingly never ending saga. the whistleblower julianna's songs wings the right to get his extradition rolling reviewed by the u. k. supreme court. the story and more of the best short right. ah ah, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy, even foundation,
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let it be an arms race move is on often very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successfully, very critical time. time to sit down and talk to rob is driven by dreamer shaped by concur. some of those with who dares sinks. we dare to ask
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a welcome back. a hold to mike moment caused embarrassment for joe biden. this week, as a news conference, the president was asked about the record inflation, current inflation currently blighting the u. s. with one journalist getting back more than he expected. oh as well, it was a nasty boost baby and befitting the president, but that is imagine he was, he was stressed right he he, he needed an outlet, but silly moment we will have moments like that. but the issue here is the subject . neither not is inflation because there are, there are 2 explanations for what but, and said the 1st is that perhaps he was kidding. you know,
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he was angry. this is an outlet, again, again for his stress, for his ag and the 2nd option, which is even scarier is that he actually believes that inflation is a great asset. i'm you fault, right? you felt that the inflation that has ripped the world, not, not only of, of the past year, but of the past 2 years of the course of the pandemic. you walk into a shop, you look at the process. this is at the 7th and fuel for our cars, clothes, for food, the prices, and in supermarkets, i mean cars, computers. everything's gone up into the stratosphere. nobody's gaining from this. people are literally watching that their salaries, their wages, especially people have a fixed income, or even worse for people, low income people. they are watching their salaries, they're purchasing power evaporate. so it is incredibly strange reading, reading what some and the media wrote. and i'd like to note that this is,
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this is left when media that inflation is somehow a good thing, why inflation can actually be good for every day americans in bad for rich people. why the inflation we're seeing now is a good thing why inflation might actually be good for the economy. those headlines that some of them have apologized the authors. they have been ridiculed to such an extent that they had to, they had to go back on, on what they wrote because there is, there is no justice on the pseudo that says we are seeing in the united states, right, inflation. that is an absolute record in 40 years and 40 years. i mean the, the, the, the numbers are absolutely tremendous how much people are using career, isn't that this is all happening. will part of the reason who there is the pandemic . but there is also the printing press on which the united states toward to, to a greater extent than the european central bank to a less extent, quintin trillions, trillions. they ran these for,
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for so long. they give our people checks, covered checks, and more people used these co rejects for it is by basic necessities. they, they went for electronics, they went for fun for luxury things. and what this did is these caused inflation, supplier supply chains, all ready disrupted, theory with the combat. all of this is to it for 1st central banks we, we've all heard, you know, central banks, high rates or whatever. and we will wait for what the hell that mean, what it means that by way of increasing the interest on all loans, central banks cool off an economy by making sure there's less money to go around. the problem here is that the united states is now $29.00 trillion dollars in debt, $29.00 trillion dollars in debt. and if a hike rates, they, if they hi, grades long term. so for example, for, for 56 years, the issue will be that they're going to make much more payments,
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many more payments on the existing debt. so for them it would be like, shooting themselves in the foot. so they're trying to balance the needs of the economy versus the, the outcry from the public them from the people, and try to squeeze by an either pleasing, ultimately, no one. we spoke to spine cohen, who was a vice presidential candidate from 2020 p. things. president biden is trying to whitewash the economic hardships that are gripping the country right now. biggies, 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 going to be more respectful with reporters. and then he acts this way. natalie is 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 books telling them that they have less and less ability to be able to pay for the cost of living and are
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relying more and more on subsidies and help from others. just to be able to get by in life to, 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. so it's clear, it's not only joe biden filling the pressure from the economy, small businesses and households across a year with it being crushed under the weight of the spar, reading inflation kind of more and check out what it's doing to store prices in new york. as the saying goes, a dollar and a dollar any more, and american families are being squeezed by inflation. there has been a 7 percent increase in consumer prices over the past year. that's the fastest increase that we've seen since 982 joe biden has promised that he is going to fight these increasing costs of pretty much everything. and he has already found someone
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to blame for the crisis. the bottom line, this isn't just about quick winds, it's about reversing decades of concentration of hurt workers, consumers and small businesses. it didn't happen any one time. it's been over a period of time now a long time. the average cost of red in new york state in 2021 was $0.88 here, a popular supermarket in manhattan. there's bread for sale for roughly $3.48, or $4.27. now, prices in manhattan are loc, steeper, even in good time. that's a pretty significant increase in cost for the consumer. i food thickly thumb is really going up really quickly, really high on the flu. sec, we got a phone going up with the lawn, just a regular trip to the supermarket, as it is becoming a, becoming more difficult. you have to, you have to make concessions to, to fit your budget, to, to buy the essential things to a feeder. families got 3 kids in the cost. the food is going up. i drive the car
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almost every day, the cost, the gas is going up. i don't, is there anything class, january, the price of gasoline and manhattan was roughly $2.37. but now, here it be p in midtown manhattan. they want $4.79 per gallon to fill up your tank. if i could get this under control, a lot of people would breathe a huge sigh of relief. a new survey shows that 76 percent of small firms in the united states have felt the negative impact of inflation over the past 6 months. there's nothing natural about it is the result of political decisions and the result has been vast borrowing of money to speculate in the stock market. and some of that money has now fallen over into the rest of the economy. and so we have an inflation mostly because businesses have wanted to offset profits
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last in 2012 and the 1st half of 2021 by raising their prices. now, it is a profit driven decision we can make found a julian as songs one a bid on monday to ask the u. k. supreme court to review a previous high court decision to extradite him tonight, states if wanted by washington on charges of espionage. the latest court decision will hold the sanchez extradition from the u. k. for now. and is the latest step in his long battle to avoid trial of the wikileaks published us classified documents more than a decade ago. but those close to the whistleblowers say, it's still a long way from the results they're looking for. what happened in court today is precisely what we want it to happen. but we are far from achieving justice in this case because julian has been incarcerated for so long and he should not have spent a single day in prison. as long as this case isn't dropped, as long as julian isn't pre,
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julian continues to suffer. what we need for this case to be dropped entirely. that is, that is, that is the only real victory for or for journalism. but for julian, this is a 4th of the pro longed incarceration is already been for more than a 1000 days. and most prison, we've always been protesting vigorously. the fact that after the united states lost in the lower court, they were allowed to, to submit the so called up. so sort of assurances as he contributes, richard met her has seen closely following the hearings. he thinks julian songs have a strong case that the supreme court we have to be clear, it's not guaranteed that they'll take the case. i personally think that they will because this is a very important point of law. it's basically is the united states, the requesting state, allowed to provide assurance as after its last the case, you know, there being a sore loser,
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effectively because julian is on one is extradition battle in january 2021 fair and square. and then the united states provided assurances afterwards, they spend weeks arguing that, you know, special administrative measures and the terrific conditions that they're going to put them in are fine. you know, they, they, they weren't convinced that this is the right way. it's thing to do. and then once they lost the case there, they started providing these assurances. and this is what needs to be determined by the supreme court. if can a requesting state in an extradition give assurances to an appellate court to us to an appeals court that were not given that were not provided in a magistrate support. so this isn't just important for julian assange. it's important for all extradition and it is 100 percent relevant to, to a british common law and to the public. and we have to keep in mind that even if julian does end up free, he's not safe and other jurisdictions. if he steps foot in france or germany, or anywhere else where the u. s. as an extradition treaty that good again, start a new thing. so i certainly hope that the supreme court will do the right thing.
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