well the good stuff so the. british prime minister boris johnson defeated in parliament samplings glaucus the deal breaker to stop general election . u.s. unleashes its military to develop the means to try to fight fake news and misinformation in the media tasking computers to decide what's real and what's in the. jewish and muslim communities infuriated after a breach in the belgians decided the. rituals of.
life ortiz worldviews h.q. in moscow for a good morning for me kevin though he just turned 11 am the next wednesday september the 4th having a stay with us for the next 30 minutes for your headline roundup in more detail than starting this again the folks in the u.k. again the focus on the latest twists and turns and now the british prime minister boris johnson is tamale a snap election after suffering a humiliating defeat in parliament opposition members along with 21 conservative rebels but to motion to take control of the commons agender away from the government that means they can now put it forward to a bill to again delay the u.k.'s departure from the e.u. . yards to the right 328 the notion that 301 with. the eye is having a low i.q. was to speak your own a point of order i welcome tonight's vote that's what they want yet another point
is this is a government with no bond no morals and as of today no majority was. parliament is on the brink of wrecking any deal but we might be able. we live in a parliamentary democracy was we do not have a presidency but a prime minister those m.p.'s many of whom are against if not brags itself at the very least against a no deal brags that which they fear the country is headed towards on october 31st and gives those m.p.'s the power to introduce legislation to basically stop it from taking place on that day and could see an extension to the period under article 50 in other words yet another delay to bragg's that process and as we heard just there are a number of conservative m.p.'s more than 20 voting against the government and we understand that the conservative whips have told them that those m.p.'s will have
the conservative whip withdrawn from them and essentially be does the selected as tory m.p.'s and that would mean boris johnson losing even more tory m.p.'s he's already lost his majority mr johnson in the wake of the vote to the dispatch box in the house of commons to address the country and to address the house of commons and to tell them that the country would have to probably go to yet another election a snap election to the side who they want to put to go in the go shape with the e.u. either him or mr jermyn corgan the leader of the opposition who e.u. themselves would be. able to decide how long to keep this country in the e.u. was seen so i would use to go along with that plan we are going to have to make a choice mr speaker i don't want to lecture to the public while i was actually i was maybe there was action but if the house votes for this bill tomorrow the public will have to choose who goes to brussels along with the 70 to suicide and take this
country forward is a prime minister's a confidence in his bracks if policy when he has one he can put forward he should put it before the people in a populated area was he wants a timetable of motion or a general election. tanks through was all an answer tell you no detail was off it was a tie even was now all eyes will turn to the house of commons on wednesday when m.p.'s will seek to get their legislation through that with no deal breakers that an essential the try to push back breaks that day and seek an extension from the e.u. while bars johnson himself could introduce legislation that's would see at the country have yet another general election rumored to be held on october the 14th that
election could decide whether it's boris johnson himself or the leader of the opposition jeremy corbyn who goes forward to negotiate directly with the e.u. but there's every chance the country could produce yet another hung parliament meaning more in division and more uncertainty when it comes to this briggs issue which is clearly polarizing the u.k. if i may pay steve a war spoke to us about it too he thinks his current situation is the result of the continuous attempts by remain as he says in parliament to overturn the democratic result without breaks that referendum. there's been a determined cabal of anti democratic remain is who over the past 3 years sought to damage delay and finally deny that it's been their goal it's been there since the referendum in 2016 they're attempting to beat up the voters of britain and pushed them into a direction they didn't want to go we're not facing an economic nightmare in fact
we've seen the economy grow jobs grow we've seen new businesses coming into britain so the project fear argument has fallen away by the wayside a long time ago that is why the remain as who are seeking to traduce the democratic arguments of parliament and pushes into the situation that we've got and they've left boris johnson with no recourse if a general election occurs it will be the people against parliament leavers against remain democrats against anti democrats. story the pentagon research agency darpa is reposing a new way to try to fight what it calls large scale automated disinform ation attacks now it'll be software with automated algorithms that will find out whether or not information is true or false is the idea of darpa even claims to be able to identify the source of news the alleged intent behind it and the impact if it spread senior correspondent were against him takes a look at the potential pitfalls. it's no secret our farm machinery artificial
intelligence have come recently face recognition cameras worldwide battlefields filled with remote control drones i even have a good authority that siri will soon be able to differentiate between lunch and launch that the forefront of this technological revolution is darpa the pentagon's super secret research arm best known for being mentioned in farfetched headlines they're working on a new program that will be able to differentiate between fake news and real news so long as there's no mention of the word lunch in it the semantic forensics program will develop technologies to automatically detect achieve and characterize folks evolved multi-modal media assets to defend against large scale automated disinflation attacks now i know what you're thinking and i agree that it can be difficult to think up new ways to drain the u.s. military's 600000000000 dollar budget but points for creativity on the other hand
this may be an honest effort the pentagon out of the goodness of its heart protecting people from this information that is when it isn't spreading fake news itself like when the secretary of defense had to shut down an entire department dedicated to this information and then there was the office of strategic influence you may recall that i went down the next day and said fine if you want to salvage this thing fine i'll give you the corpse there's the name you can have the name but i'm going to keep doing every single thing that needs to be done and i have i also know your next question yes a computer which can shed tell apart whether that's a smile on your face or whether your crying in agony will now tell you what's real and what's fake scary and probably impossible stanford university recently created an algorithm that tried to separate. 8 lies from the truth they said it worked 82
percent of the time and that's putting it kindly the possibility of actually detecting fake news from the written word i would say at this present moment in time is almost impossible it is possible if it is the spoken word if it is the prince of words it will be very very difficult because if you do not have. the ability to write grammatically correctly then i imagine this system will then detecting consistencies and presume it is machine written and if these machine algorithms would they would take years to develop you would have to study each individual area and program everything in to these algorithms the difference between the northeast of the united states and the size of these 2 united states. there almost are language
let's be honest this is darpa we're talking about the people who wrote off billions trying to create such wonders as an army a virus spreading insects weaponized be robotic elephants and a live polio virus just for the heck of it apparently never cease to amaze when it comes to creative ways to get to the bottom of another multibillion dollar budget and in the extreme the unlikely off chance that they succeed well our future could kinder suck. true you can't handle the truth. the region of belgium has passed legislation that bans traditional ways of slaughtering animals for muslim and jewish faith l.l. and kosher slaughter requires the animals be alive and healthy at the time they kill by the throat cut priest stunning is not always used which is why the practice
has been banned in several e.u. countries the new law no belgium's prompted much debate but animal welfare groups say the law is not about targeting religion's purpose. it is absolutely not a ban on religious slaughter not at all it is a ban on slaughter without stunning even if you follow all the rules and use a very sharp blade and you do everything according to religious tradition even then the animal will suffer i think that the bans have more to do with 2 legged animals than with 4 legged ones if there is one positive thing that comes out of this latest attempt to tale religious freedom is to bring in closer jewish and muslim communities everyone will just do our home or in some corner hidden from view i don't think that's what they want to achieve. well we put the do this to the controversy to a panel of experts who are to this is what came back. it is the horten debate the issue to see. whose death is quicker historically for
millennia jews have been more merciful towards animals the eat well i'm sure no one really is cruel to animals on purpose by the fact remains that killing an animal when you really don't have to is always going to be cruel so no matter how you're going to kill the animal there is no nice way of taking away our lives which we don't have to take away. a standard in arabic it's a law is what is lawful and clean and they are but a standard for you to call it organic in our days so we need to have better standards for production of eggs out of a husbandry animal welfare animal slaughter we cannot have that on regulated use of slaughter in industries we have people who have been incarcerated for mass killing coming out and then becoming swordsman just to get their kicks out snorting animals well i think there are issues in their way how i killed and a lot of slaughterhouse workers you know they come from poor backgrounds and they have no other choice but to do a job like this i mean even all of us as children if you were asked what do we want
to do as adults no one would say i want to kill an animal after animal for 8 hours every day it's just not a job that anyone wants to be doing it's not up to you to tell religious minorities or minority groups around the world how to live ultimately this is a test of tolerance and well liked in telling me freedom the freedom. of religious beliefs. fine then don't eat animals but those who want to should but those standards should be of the highest order i am not telling anyone what to do i am simply stating the facts that people working in those slaughterhouses in in those industries they are suffering as well when you watch documentaries interviewing those workers they are suffering from mental health low pay horrible working conditions they get a lot of diseases they is very very monotone as war of the cause that we get over underpaid for millennia now we have seen religious slaughter accepted as long as it's practice humanely and in accordance with its religious practices the can be. more humane the more deaths the animal is going through i can only say something is humane if you would be willing to swap places with
these animals but i don't think any of your interviewees or any of your viewers in fact would like to swap places with do these poor animals whom we kill by the 1000000000 you know 56000000 animals are killed every single year. hollywood stars or come under fire for suggesting a guest list for a trump fund raising event could be used as a go for who never to work for you saw the black list suggest is a dangerous move kaleb open reports. the prevailing voices in hollywood consider themselves to be woke progressive's extolling values of tolerance and liberalism but not so much tolerance when it comes to conservatives actors debra messing and eric mccormack are calling for the list of attendees at double trump's recent beverly hills fundraiser to be made public because apparently celebrities should not be able to support the president please print a list of all attendees the public has of right to know haiti a chart kindly reports and everyone that tenzing this event so the rest of us can
be clear about who we don't want to work with blanks conservatives are calling it totalitarian liberalism i don't blame you i understand i wish i could denounce trump as i was offered quite a bit in return and it would make my life easier but i have refused to do so as i believe he is great for on nation and people you are entitled to your beliefs let others have that is their pushing the case that falls apart from the sheer weight of its own lunacy is lol very hollywood community needs to be purged of this social and intellectual hygiene problem called conservative thinking but to be fair if people are taking a political stand going to a fundraiser shouldn't they be public about it aren't political donations a matter of public record well if you only would stars have found out that leaning the right word is pretty bad for their career james woods was declared to be a racist when it became clear that he supported donald trump furthermore stacey dash who is a mexican was declared to be racist when it turned out that she was
a fan of the donald what's the nastiest thing someone in hollywood has said to you about your politics everybody tells me i'm racist i'm a black mexican it's absolute white cursing people have actually said to me you're not black enough is the same mysterious having white people with ugly sweaters at christmas and grandma drunken i'd knock the snow white people and now they say black people have to think act speak a lick a certain way in order to be black enough. hollywood conservatives retain lee conceal their views fearing it could be a career killer to not follow the party line interestingly susan sarandon the leftist actress has also become the target of a lot of hate not for being a conservative but for being a hardcore bernie crab who refuses to march in lockstep behind the d.m. see if you don't go to that liberal fundraiser if you're not a big girl now you're not in that era. you're not in the club and you're not being hired i mean it's a very lonely existence out there but it's a toxic environment and they they that is they react this really to the fact that
you don't agree with them i don't like being with conservatives. there's a whole bunch of them that. people don't really. give a give a lot of attention to it's old news that hollywood leans towards the dems during the 2017 midterm elections more than $4000000.00 was donated by top hollywood exacts and stars now 99.7 percent of that money actually went toward the democrats that's according to hollywood reporter that cites the official results and statistics from the federal elections commission and hollywood's top $100.00 list only 3 have donated to republicans and during the 2016 elections 90 percent of hollywood's donations went to hillary clinton they even made an amusing ad only way we can prove that to you is by having lots of famous people lots of famous people lots and lots of famous people just kind of famous people repeating how important poor and important or important how important it is. kollywood has even threatened
to take action against those who don't adhere to their liberal values remember george's anti abortion law well there was a call for a boycott of the state we cannot in good conscience continue to recommend the industry remain in georgia if h.b. 481 becomes legal the movie world has always pushed back against traditional values however it also glamorizes well and the american dream values that are very important to american conservatives now hollywood is one of america's most powerful institutions and there is no question that it is not acting when it comes to its feelings about the donald the more you hate the more creative you hate especially in hollywood the more you. achieve and seek favor of your fellow hollywood types who in their right. mind in hollywood that whatever want anybody to know that they're exercising their 1st amendment right to support
a candidate sometimes people really don't care necessarily for trump as much as they do and consider this to be a good business move there are people who contribute to democratic causes republican and the like but it's a it's a. it's a suicide pact for you to openly in the hollywood or among certain areas new york as well or i am in silicon valley for you to even suggest that you support trump londell the pigs for too small a thing as long as him it is possible and i am moscow time coming up off the break a code in california sparks outrage of reverse the convictions against an illegal immigrant charged with giving more background to that he's still facing federal prosecution more after the break than.
you know world big partisan movie lot 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 bad 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. make this manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final merry go round be the one percent. we can
all middle of the room. real news is. a good morning there's public outrage in california after a court of appeal reverse the conviction of an illegal immigrant who was charged with shooting dead a woman place in san francisco also condemned the decision it's gusting injustice perpetrated by a broken criminal justice system that is more intent on really harming the victims of crime and their families than holding violent offenders accountable. cade stylee was shot in the back in 2015 while walking along a pier in san francisco a mexican man arrested at the scene claimed he'd simply found a gun wrapped in rags which went off accidentally he was later convicted with murder but acquitted in 2017 the only remaining conviction against him in the state
that of illegal gun possession was dropped after the court ruled the incident was a case of momentary possession but according to a u.s. attorney for the northern district of california the ruling is going to have no legal effect on the federal prosecution against him for possessing a firearm the suspect was identified as an illegal migrant from mexico he'd been caught and deported 5 times before the killing happened 3 weeks before the incident he'd been released from the latest of his multiple offenses sentences rather for drug possession legal analyst jennifer braden believes the decision by the appeals court now has got no legal basis. but the court of appeals in california did was essentially overturn this and create their own law that states it only matters how much you hold the gun just because this person was a mexican national there is really no legal basis given for this so as a horrific decision meant to incite a political firestorm in order for california again to continue protecting illegal
migrants in protecting criminals in place of u.s. citizens even those that have murdered killed or harmed u.s. citizens there better be accounting for this there better be appeals for this because that would essentially mean that they are snout stadion that there's no problem with firearms if you only touched it for a 2nd it doesn't matter how many people you killed or whether there was a victim so we are certainly going to see judicial groups judicial watch i hope there are going to be many law abiding organizations that hold this decision accountable so that innocent people are not killed and that guilty people are not allowed to escape justice. prove it was wrong to do some big deals on the table wednesdays eastern economic forum kicks off in the russian far east and city of light of all store see if any surprises are likely to be in store for drinkers covered it for us and here's a preview. if you get on a plane here in vladivostok in about one and a half hours you can find yourself in tokyo or sold but if you want to get to the
russian capital you will have to spend some 9 hours and that airplane seat but make no mistake lot of oz talk is a very russian city desperate for international investment though lately it's been regularly making it into the headlines be it because of kim john who comes over to meet the russian president here or something that comes out of the annual eastern economic forum yes and beat an economic forum but with a bit of a political taste of course every year here in vladivostok there's a bit of an intrigue which ange an economic powerhouse which leader will become the special guest at the forum well this year it is india and prime minister modi just before the forum began the 2 governments set a goal for themselves to expand the global partnership be beyond the usual war
traditional ties as they put it for the 1st time in history of the eastern economic forum a delegation of ministers from indonesia is attending so as you can see it's not only about the closest neighbors of lot of os talk the likes of japan south korea china but it's beginning to spread far beyond that however very big chinese and japanese delegations are also here the japanese prime minister shinzo abi well me to vladimir putin face to face and also take part in the main power discussion of the form as i've said there are many names from china on the guest list but paying isn't here and it's got nothing to do with russia china trade wars that are non-existent as you know it's just that you have to take turns in this year it's someone else's turn did someone's. great wars of course the very latest economic hit still is between washington and beijing will be shaping the agenda here and
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after it out 3 and you're watching going underground while we're away we're going to be showing some of your favorite episodes of this season coming up in this show we are called running human rights lawyer cherie blair q.c. about bringing together donald trump and so they lover of to free a russian citizen detained in kuwait but says the climate crisis our 3rd world war we are down to british environmentalist johnson porridge y.-e. was name checked by one of britain's greatest actors mark rowlands when he cut ties with the world shakespeare company of a privatized fossil fuel company b. all this is all going up in today's show i'm going to busy law firm go on the a strategy with me is the q c cherie blair sheree thanks for inviting us in to the law firm let's begin with why you're defending a convicted alleged russian in beslan. as a river said as a 10 years hard labor and find some to $2000000.00 well in the 1st place she's not
convicted conviction was actually overturned in may and why was it overturned because it was based on flawed and indeed forged evidence and she had not been given the opportunity to put her side of the case so the trial actually was a travesty did not comply with fair trial procedures and finally the court of appeal in kuwait did overturn that decision so she isn't currently on bail awaiting trial so she worked she's a russian national she works for a company called k g l and stand and you're referring there to documents that are proven to be forgeries the accusation that there was this half a $1000000000.00 in a dubai account that was and now it was true in the sense that marcia headed an investment firm and she made some investments including from that the. weighty port authority is part of that fund and those investments were indeed successful particularly one that she did in the philippines as
a result of which the money was to distribute investors is was transferred into an account and dubai when extraordinary the attorney general kuwait asked the dubai court to freeze that money so that's why the money wasn't paid out it was because the kuwait prosecution authorities froze it eventually thanks to the efforts of our american colleagues it was unfrozen and the kuwaiti port authorities received at least 4 times their investment back from that fund so that was just a nonsense in relation to the forged documents extraordinary thing about that is this claim 1st started because a disgruntled employee who just sacked went to the authorities complaining about her subsequently an auditor audited the books of the kuwaiti port authority and produced 2 documents which he said showed.