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in the soviet union nations who allied together along with england to defeat the nazis tragically became foes as the cold war began. right we're all set to start in five guys in the studio has a signal. he's not going to talk about. just me right after the war's explorers what do you put it there. for to rock.
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out a list. and welcome to sophie and tell him so the sherrick not said today without lots to talk about in our program and our gas this. little rock that. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime stamping each day. eighty five percent of the global wealth he longs to the culture rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred trade per circuit per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one in one business show you can afford to miss the one and only
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boom bust. in a world of big partisan movie lives and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. play.
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the era of political and military tensions between the us and the u.s.s.r. lasted for nearly forty five years keeping humanity under the constant threat of nuclear war. in this battle the united states never lost sight of ukraine's importance. the u.s.
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intelligence kept a close eye on ukrainian nationalist organizations as a possible source of counter intelligence against the soviet union. cia documents that just recently have been declassified shows strong ties between u.s. intelligence and ukrainian nationalists since one thousand nine hundred forty six from the cia agency report it is clear that they were not mistaken about the nature of ukrainian nationalist organizations or their leaders step on monday or on himself according to an o.s.'s report of september one thousand nine hundred forty five bundy era had earned a fierce reputation for conducting a reign of terror during world war two after the second world war under another ukrainian nazi leaders fled to europe where the cia helped them hide. the cia later inform the immigration and naturalization service that it had concealed steffen bond darragh and other ukrainians from the soviets the operations involving
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ukrainians continued for many years the nuremberg trials of one thousand nine hundred forty five in one nine hundred forty six brought the political economic and military leaders of fascist germany to justice and revealed to the world the monstrous face of naziism and the crimes they committed but the ukrainian nazis were spared the same fate and some were even granted indulgences by the cia by nine hundred fifty four the agency excused the illegal activities of the zero un security branch. in the name of cold war necessity in one nine hundred forty nine nicola levitt the man responsible for the massacres in the lena was moved to the united states where he died in one thousand nine hundred nine without ever being investigated or pursued as a war criminal the cia moved to protect ukrainian nationalist leader nicola legged from criminal investigation by the immigration and naturalization service in one nine hundred fifty two perhaps pantera lost his use to the us or maybe k.g.b.
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agents outsmarted the cia but in one nine hundred fifty nine step on bond era the leader of the ukrainian nationalists was killed in munich where he was hiding under the name of stefan pople it would be fair to say that pantera became a major symbol of ukrainian nationalism by sheer chance for he was neither its only leader nor its most powerful one dimitrov don't solve was the father of the far right to tell a tarion doctrine in ukraine andriy melnyk was the leader of another faction of the un romance you have it was a general of the ukrainian insurgent army and others contributed greatly to the movement bonder as dangerous ideology suppressed by the communist authorities but supported by external forces never really died the seeds of ukrainian nationalism were passed from generation to generation unfortunately it was just a matter of time before they would once again blossom. in one nine hundred fifty
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four ukraine's territory was expanded even more when nikita khrushchev the leader of the u.s.s.r. and ukrainian himself generously gave the crimean region to ukraine. historians would argue about the legitimacy of this transfer for many years to come and sixty years after khrushchev's gift dramatic new events would take place in crimea was around the world are on ukraine as a crisis in crimea continues dozens of heavily armed men seize government buildings in crimea shut you crazy. just shrug it shell doesn't say ok crimea is lost and the old arguments would heat up once again. the cold war would heat up and cool down by turns while both rivals were obsessive leave building up military capacity the turning point took place when the new era perestroika came to the u.s.s.r. with its new leader mikhail gorbachev in the middle of the one nine hundred eighty
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s. . perestroika meant restructuring towards liberalization and democratization it certainly had a positive impact on the international situation astonishing news from east germany by the east german authorities have said in essence of the berlin wall doesn't mean anything anymore. but inside the u.s.s.r. the weakening of kremlin control had different consequences. in ukraine a nationalistic political organization. for people's movement emerged in one nine hundred eighty nine due to this mild openness. they advocated for independence of ukraine from the u.s.s.r. and became an incubator for leaders of ukrainian nazis. in one thousand nine hundred one one of them new book founded svoboda an openly
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radical nationalist party preaching the good old principles of bondage era. if you. heard jew crane from the jews in russia ukraine for ukrainians and so on his statements got him fifth place in the simon visa and thought center top ten anti-semitic world leader rankings of two thousand and twelve. it also sadly attracted numerous follow ups. dimitry are founded another extreme right organization treason or trident in one thousand nine hundred four. in april two thousand and thirteen became an assistant to a member of parliament from the opposition party who died. later that same year he would become the leader of the most radical ukrainian nazi group the right sector.
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laundry paro be would soon appear leading a whole army of ultra nationalist warriors. in the torch marches would once again light up the streets of ukrainian cities. with. the world drastically changed in august one nine hundred ninety one when the u.s.s.r. de facto ceased to exist and the global political map welcomed many newcomers ukraine one of them in modern history it was the first time ukraine was truly independent and all on its own. the red flag came down over the kremlin tonight as president gorbachev resigned and
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or to an end seven decades of communist rule in the soviet union. the years after the disintegration of the u.s.s.r. became known as the crazy ninety's in all the post soviet territories. he's leaving behind fifteen independent states which share only a disastrous economy and an uncertain future after having been under a government controlled economy the free market dramatically changed the rules of the game new businesses emerged instantly in the first. all the guards were born overnight. the former country with no class division suddenly became stratified the chosen few became rich while the rest had to fight to survive. the same as it was the pollution and they said mr bush was. they which is that's the easy stuff going you know she still of us living in the slopes of the city and using your trees in the world. so well as opposed to pollution is
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a. good. a waste in human you to do little good reason yeah you know well there's a in each you and me and as many of you know bumpus ideal of the system might be good you should listen and understand president going to mitchell brains when that eventually you will still at the appraisal out of a socialist slush a chicago the people's growing discontent made ukraine more vulnerable to outside forces and a new kind of warfare was launched one not known before the color revolutions. illustrators clashed with police hundreds of thousands protesting the results of the election and calling for a new vote. ukraine has had to color revolutions and it's twenty four years of independence in two thousand and four crowds of people descended upon kiev marking the start of the orange revolution. at that time ukraine became once again
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a battlefield of two forces the russian and western governments the culmination of this conflict took place during the presidential elections in november of two thousand and four. the two major candidates western backed victoria yuschenko and russian leaning fichter yannick overage almost equally shared the votes of ukrainians by the way calling viktor yuschenko western backed is not an exaggeration. his wife. katherina yuschenko is a former u.s. state department official and worked in the white house during the reagan administration the division was along geographic lines traditionally russian eastern ukraine voted for young. while western ukraine chose use janko by the announced result viktor yuschenko lost to victory on a covert each but thousands of people didn't agree with it and they came to the central square of kiev on the twenty second of november. the situation received
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wide news coverage of the country's election commission ignored reports of fraud declaring kremlin backed victory the winner international politicians such as former general secretary of nato. became frequent guests in kiev initiating negotiations between parties and they called very odd little. league you got to see the results of the negotiations however were often reached only on paper thus you shan't go never told the supporters to stop blocking government buildings in central kiev. and therefore these nonviolent and very orange protests lasted for a month during which time the previous election results were no marred by massive corruption and new elections were announced an important nuance just three months before viktor yuschenko became a victim to
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a mysterious and still unsolved poisoning but it didn't prevent him from winning in the new election. though as we shall soon see there was much more than just the people's will that led to this victory this peaceful revolution and its leader a world warmly welcomed by the international community but the euphoria didn't last long yuschenko as government completely failed with reforms and lost its chance to establish democracy instead descending into infighting viktor yuschenko was not reelected for a second term but at. the end of his presidency he had the time to make one last gift to his supporters from western ukraine. and that was one of the contact another. bloody that cut out of the
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lot of the money that they're letting him. this was a good time to. try to move there i'm. not out loud get my money not why not. stop why exxon and they'll all people we believe just the again. but i can sell a lot of them up with a john hardy of the moment on account of mother having little nikki's there is a little on the way to maybe a little of the people i don't want to put out they are the most hardy without all the other blood. generally speaking mr trump's unilateralist notably the unilateralism which we saw with regards to iran which we also saw with regards to the paris agreement
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regarding climate change which we saw with regards to the american embassy in jerusalem all these unilateral decisions i challenge from my point of view the quality of our transatlantic relations. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation that does my mike will still be on the board just one from one of the just the dumbest down the guns not woods as that into the sea. just like you can proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that such a security risk when you have a black box operating the public eye to microsoft dependency puts governments under cyber threat and not only that she thinks off message books it more and that's what we call softness of this this and this is selling they want. to
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lead to more risk than. this you will do. with. these this is the i still call them strident on the old vision of stopping the war seems to know who they fund is up and describes in the find. the accounting firms the banks the rating agencies the government and the central bank it's called a racket the u.k. profits from it and some way that's how the aristocracy keeps going and that's not going to stop. but you got the ball off and up until. this minute oh on. the right the way up was the us and what got us through this thing. or not. but.
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belgium escaped another twenty eighteen world cup upsets coming back from two goals down to win their last sixteen clash against japan a three two set a meth labs delirious. brazil are also through to the next round of the knockout stage after defeating mexico a win that set off some of celebrations from some morrow to south paolo they'll meet belgium in the quarter finals. and in other news this hour the three month old coalition government of german chancellor angela merkel has averted collapse after the interior minister reiterated his threats to quit over
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immigration policy. welcome to our international. and other day of the knockout stage in the twenty eight hundred free for world cup has been completed brazil and belgium are the first quarter finalist they've sent mexico and japan packing more analysis and commentary coming up a bit later on our special coverage of the tournament. amazing game we've just witnessed an amazing second half to five goals to enjoy in the end it was belgium were strong but really only just to have to say japan almost causing the upset of the tournament it would have been having gone to new ahead i mean you called it you said there was going to be an upset and he did look like it was going to be that way belgium ranked third in the world japan sixty sixty one as it was before the tournament brilliant goals as well as you said all the action coming in the second top we did think we were going to go to extra time the last kick of the game cruel on japan but brilliance of what we thought was going to go to extra time to be fair
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after what with fifteen twenty minutes to go i thought japan russia canada we're going to win it yeah the way they were playing i think you start looking at the goals the first one that came just after the restart a great strike it was. here. and planting it in the bottom corner great to. see stuff there the way you went around the defense leaving t.v. court. absolutely no chance there was a break on it was a mistake by yonder tongan in defense actually that led to that break by japan and at that point that was three minutes into the second half you think in japan take it away and they didn't two minutes later as well in a with a great you see this one just on the edge of the box thank you time for belgium the fans there just holding back not going to the ball whatsoever taking full advantage of the fantastic strike to make it so you know that point i thought belgium looked completely they did as well and in defense particularly what we've seen on the wings what japan were doing there exploiting their ability to play great tactical
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football great technical football as well i kept it on the deck they were great you saw that the belgium defense were squeezed into the center because they were keen to take out the center forward but they left those spaces on the wing so when those balls were coming in yeah vincent kompany coming back from injury and you're looking me thinking belgium here third in the world they're looking rattled sure but for all the criticism roberta martinez the belgian manager so you keep played a blinder here because he changed things in. and didn't he with a couple of substitution absolutely the double substitutions and it was the big men that were coming on as well marilyn for any coming on nasa chadli coming on and they start to have an immediate effect you can start looking at their goals then when effectively belgium started to pull it back. i have to say a freak goal is trying to put this back across the launch on top of that but. i misspoke back in the game and from that point it was now an aerial bombardment from belgium and they recognize that they have. a place i don't think so why not just throw the ball in and get your head on it and that's exactly what they did i think
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pretty much for the next twenty minutes or so after that and they got their dividends they did and they didn't just get that gold any in exactly the same way you'd had a flurry of japanese goals that were technical goals in the same way as you said the big men had come on from belgium and within just a few minutes i think five minutes they got there they got their equaliser and again if you can look at that goal as well again another of those big matters well the ball comes into the box really if there are fantastic way to verify he was a sub we don't just have said you just come on fantastic the equalising goal and then you meant well to be fair to pan so you thought well we can win this we can see they tried and they had several chances right at the end they had a great free kick with ok so you can obviously went to a corner at that point people caught it and this is and that's the final goal because people caught it and then threw the ball out and it was a quick break and it was it was a break that went all the way through and you're thinking i think at that point
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there might have been a bit of a switch off because they thought they were going to extra time it was the fourth minute of time i did on which is literally the last kick of the game as you say and then it was nasa chartley he went through and he had the final tap in didn't he because the ball that got me in it had been left by the car and he tapped into with . the overcommitted i thought that overcommitted for that corner so they just assume the rest of us was going to go any second but it was just fifteen seconds left enough time for. to cross it in the vocal twats available without and then to pry quite chatty together with an amazing going to watch what she had to sleep or trying to he was up again lucky man he was in rostock the beginning of the second how it seemed that the belgian fags were destroyed because it looked as if their team were soon going to leave the world cup but just take a look at what these guys are going through right now. the over. the. horizon
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can you tell me. how did you how was it possible that your team made such a great comeback oh it was all because we have the best plays in the jungles we have you got to the food line and i know you have charlie was easy what do they offer they have nothing in them are going to do nothing you don't know who to hang out to we are belgium we were only on the who grew up a maybe you had a valid say the argentina france game people thought that it was going to be that close but before this belgian japan encounter what a surprise this was and i can tell you that when these guys come back home they will be sharing so many stories and they will tell this and raise it and stand out . by the way this is the team that they are taking on us in the
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choir father was five son so going back to what i was saying when these guys come back home they will tell the folks that stayed back that it was absolutely amazing and you guys should have been here and rostov the the yellow the. but there is a loser there is always in this particular instance i went as high as you can imagine belgium's founds went absolutely crazy i. bought a cracking quarter final install brazil against belgium though i'd also in one way can considering all the shocks that we've had in the complete defining of all the predictions on the odds on the bookies as well and how the bookmakers and thought
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about that when you look at that particular line up for that particular match that's one that could be predicted is a really good yeah as far as you can predict things. so that means any way that they go through that they will play brazil next but brazil had a good game today and we can show you the highlights right now.
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you can't always get what you want but if you try sometimes you get what you need know they wanted five or six goals the cut of how to almost up on the pitch they came away with the tuna went into the quarterfinals for the seventh straight time and there was a little bit of a frack is going on the brazilian fans were celebrating largely the mexican followers took a little bridge to this started throwing their drinks at them got led to some of the. asking everybody calm don and what did i witness at the end of the game just as it was running out of this life decision i turned her i'm on there were the mexican phones with their some bread it was the same ones who had been throwing drinks hugging and kissing their brazilian fans the same ones even though they had just lost the game and that's really indicative of what i'm seeing here and some are over the weekend yellow and green coming together anything to come be drum can be bind like a trump was being done so over the last number of days and it is a lot in american party was i was it
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was you. yes it was the name on it is the best soccer players off the wards actually more better and better than messi yes whom and all moon were blown away by zero zero zero i was very happy today because we've done in name very good you know and this game of the show how they were can win these awards. going through and the defense in trying to score a name same was amazing to the. moon all over his best city in russia we love it we love it a lot to but not just through but the russian people russian people are awfully ourself.

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