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i think. united states broke the world's number. united states brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice donald trump annoyances this. one terrorist leader just donald trump annoyances this. nation of. the russian defense ministry. russian defense ministry. operation some countries were not the.
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banks of the operation some countries were not the terror group still. terror group still. ahead the european union agrees to extend the u.k. deadline by the european union agrees to extend the u.k.'s bragg's a deadline for. hong kong as grip. on hong kong is gripped by a 21st consecutive weekend of violent protests. 21st consecutive weekend of violent protests the own risk is driving money away from about financial towards. risk is driving money away from about financial hub toward strictly govern . singapore. singapore.
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i. live from moscow to the world. live from moscow to the world this is r.t. international my name's you know neal hello and welcome to the program this is r.t. international my name's you know neal hello and welcome to the program we begin with syria donald trump's ace the leader of the islamic state we begin with syria donald trump say he's the leader of the islamic state terror group. been killed just clean and. in a u.s. . raid targeted by keir al baghdadi compound in it
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liberal bones this video purportedly al baghdadi compound in it live province this video purportedly shows the sites where he had been highly guarded according to president truly shows the sites where he had been hiding and according to president the terrorist chief led down the tunnel with 3 of his children when u.s. special the terrorist chief led down the tunnel with 3 of his children when u.s. special forces stormed the compound baghdad even reportedly detonated a suicide vest forces stormed the compound by daddy then reportedly detonated a suicide vest killing all 4 mr trump multiple countries including russia ling all 4 mr trump multiple countries including russia for their assistance with the operation of school has cast doubt on one except for their assistance with the operation school that was cast doubt on what exactly happened. united states
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brought the world's them back to help a. united states brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice i want to thank the nations of russia for one terrorist leader to justice i want to thank the nations of russia turkey syria and iraq russia treated us great they turkey syria and iraq russia treated us great they opened up we had to fly over certain russia areas russia had opened up we had to fly over certain russia areas russia held areas russia was great they holding their number right disagreed on slate and stick to this of increasing number of participants and states who supposedly took part in that operation each having contradictory details all of the pose of lee took part in that operation each having contradictory details all of that prompts reasonable questions and doubts about the reality and even more so but
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it prompts reasonable questions and doubts about the reality and even more so about the success of this operation we are not aware of any alleged assistance from the success of this operation we are not aware of any alleged assistance for the american into the airspace of the illit deescalation zone or the american into the airspace of the illit deescalation zone. well moscow also said that the death of the elisa leader does not change this. well moscow also said that the death of the illegal leader does not change the situation in syria nor does it affect the actions of the remaining terrorists in the concert you ation in syria nor does that affect the actions of the remaining terrorists in the country that few has been echoed by the pentacle fronts in the u.k. but 3 that view has been echoed by the pentacle fronts in the u.k. but for donald trump the death of baghdadi was
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a crucial item on his to do list secret for donald trump the death of baghdadi was a crucial item on his to do list. explains. he was terrorist number of explains he was terrorists number one now he's thrown is up for the taking aber one now he's thrown is up for the taking a brutal killer one who is cause so much hardship and death brutal killer one who is cause so much hardship and death has violently been eliminated he died like a dog has violently been eliminated he died like a dog he died like a coward. diety the only dog. he died like a coward al baghdadi the only dog to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because
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since 2050 to be blessed with all 9 lives apparently because since 2015 various reports proclaimed him dead at least 5 times various reports proclaimed him dead at least 5 times the americans did it the russians did it he was bombed captured poisoned the americans did it the russians did it he was bombed captured poisoned and months later appeared in rare new video struggling to breathe hold and months later appeared in rare new video struggling to breathe hope into his dwindling caliphate now donald trump in his signature into his dwindling caliphate now donald trump in his signature cocky tone has joined the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for kake tone has joined the choir which has been announcing alberg dieties deaths for years from the 1st day i came to office and
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there were getting close to 4 years from the 1st day i came to office and there were getting close to 3 years i would say where's baghdadi i want al baghdadi years i would say where's baghdadi i want al baghdadi for trump killing our budget daddy is a line he'd love to addy for trump killing our bug daddy is a line he'd love to add to his presidential resume because now he's just as good as obama with his add to his presidential resume because now he's just as good as obama with his bin laden operation but from being trump he didn't stop at just bin laden operation but from being trump he didn't stop it just taking credit for the kill he's taken it to a whole new level taking. added for the kill he's taken it to a whole new level baghdadi has been on the run for many years law
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baghdadi has been on the run for many years long before i took office but my direction on before i took office but in my direction as commander in chief of the united states. we'll blitter it as commander in chief of the united states we'll blitter raided his caliphate 100 percent in march of this year it is caliphate 100 percent in march of this year it's been 8 years since bin laden's death. it's been 8 years since bin laden's death al qaeda hasn't gone anywhere but daddy was a symbol for sure the 1st qaeda hasn't gone anywhere but daddy was a symbol for sure the 1st caliph and after the 1st comes the 2nd the
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1st caliph and after the 1st comes the 2nd and the 3rd and the force albert darby. on the force albert darby. there's enough cities and villages in iraq for every terrorist sold be to our gee there's enough cities and villages in iraq for every terrorist so the terrorist king is dead long live the king you know the problem or will resist killing is dead long live the king you know the problem all along is the western violence militarized via long western violence militarized violence and a militarized approach to counter terrorism. you know kalends in a militarized approach to counter terrorism. you know creates its own enemies it's
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a self-fulfilling policy and these groups carry it's own enemies it's a self-fulfilling policy and these groups keep proliferating you know a year from now you know we may be told proliferating you know a year from now you know we may be talking about some new group you know whose name we don't even know today king about some new group you know whose name we don't even know today well i mean it the timing is is kind of interesting because this is well i mean that the timing is is kind of interesting because this is right after trump certainly took a p.r. hit over right after. trump certainly took a p.r. hit over you know the chaotic withdrawal or you know the chaotic withdrawal of u.s.
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forces from northeast syria and so you know that all of the u.s. forces from northeast syria so you know that will trump came out looking very badly as a result of all that you know this is came out looking very badly as a result of all that you know this is probably to some extent an effort to change the narrative and probably to some extent an effort to change the narrative and you know give him something he can really crow about. well the russian defense you know gave him something he could really crow about. well the russian defense ministry also pointed out i thought the area where baghdad he was supposedly located is a ministry also pointed out i thought the area where baghdad he was supposedly located is under the control of al nusra terror group is a rival under the control of al nusra terror group is a rival you know beisel and has executed this law mixtape fighters in the past
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moscow sees more evidence regarding and has executed this law mixtape fighters in the past moscow sees more evidence regarding the operation needs to be provided let's get into this not being the operation needs to be provided let's get into this not because a. writer and commentator joins us live on the pro because a. writer and commentator joins us live on the program good to see you could this go out as well or just spin you hearing there. was just been hearing there raise diets about what bike down he was actually doing in an area controlled by higher. do you bike down he was actually doing in an area controlled by higher. do you share those studs well i'd to be honest i'm sure those studs. well i to be honest i agree with the russian suspicion about the american narrative
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here what we with the russian suspicion about the american narrative here why because i believe if al baghdadi is dead or killed right because i believe if al baghdadi is dead or killed why don't we see his picture why we cannot see his body why don't we see his picture why we cannot see his body for example the same thing happened with osama bin laden they told us that he would examine the same thing happen with osama bin laden they told us that he was killed but until this you know after 8 years with us killed but until this you know after 8 years we haven't seen anybody and we haven't seen how this actually i simply said i haven't seen anybody and we haven't seen how this actually i sent it at them took
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place that i think is the town at them took place that i think is the self he told us that they estimated hundreds have been less than the sum of will be himself he told us that they estimated hundreds of belair than the sum of 11 and that his actually crown prince so where is his body gave them and his actually crown prince so where is his body again when as an american killed somebody or saved or hunt him we did see when as an american killed somebody or saved or hunt him we did see that the body when they actually killed the stool sons of saddam was that the body when they actually killed the stool sons of saddam hussein they paraded their bodies and everybody saw them the same scene they paraded their bodies and everybody. i saw them the same thing happen to cut their feet but why when those terrorists are executing happen to cut their feet but why
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when those terrorists are executed or isolated by the americans we never have seen their buddies are told or isolated by the american we never have seen their buddies at all maybe big killed them but what they are going to hide why they are not the leader of the thru maybe big kill game but what they are going to hide why they are not the leader of the truth about it definitely they have pictures we haven't seen this big until now about it definitely they have pictures we haven't seen this big until now there's another aspect to this as well quite peculiar russia denali there's another aspect to this as well quite peculiar russia denali mr trump's claim that it opened its airspace in the country to the americans mr trump's claim that it opened its airspace in the country to the americans why would he be so
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clear in saying then do you think why would he be so clear in saying then do you think you know because that i should definitely believe. you know because that russians definitely believe or is lying he is not telling the truth he thanks russia. is lying he is not telling the truth he thanks russia he even found syria for their corporation and this operation to pay even found syria for their corporation and this operation to put an end to cut back too bad that the life ok but that action said no put and took it back to bad that the life ok but that action said no we we never give them any any permission to actually use the space we we never give them any any permission to actually use the space space we never actually been told about this operation space we never actually
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been told about this operation in full so he is actually not telling the truth at all in full so he is actually not telling the truth at all so that's makes many people in the middle east and also on the international committee that's makes many people in the middle east and also in the international community very very suspicious it seems obama is fabricated ability very very suspicious it seems obama is fabricated this story but in the arms of many people in our part of the world i mean the middle east is story but in the arms of many people in our part of the world i mean the middle east and you know he's trying to avoid that investigation in his that count and you know he's trying to avoid that investigation in his that scoundrel's in ukraine and also he is trying to claim
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a victory in the ukraine and also he is trying to claim a victory in syria where he failed completely and that part create in syria. where he failed completely and that bar lost more than $90000000000.00 as he acknowledged a speech and lost more than $90000000000.00 as he acknowledged speaking on the donald trump there abdel bari atwan writer and commentator of going on there donald trump there abdel bari atwan writer and commentator also about the situation that has been unfolding in syria thank you 1st about the situation that has been unfolding in syria thank you very much abdel. all right so much abdel. all right to another
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story that's been gripping us for quite some time. the story that's been gripping us for quite some time bragg's it's been rolled back again after the e.u. agreed that only the u.k.'s deadline drags it's been rolled back again after the e.u. agreed that only the u.k.'s deadline to leave the bloc once more all 27 member states have now granted an extension until to leave the bloc once more all 27 member states have now granted an extension until january 31st next year shall be at was done she told me more generally 31st next year shall be at was done she told me more. johnson's vision of the do or die bricks that come october 31st is now called johnson's vision of the do or die bricks that come october 31st is now gone because what the have offered is a flex tension essentially what that means it's moot because what the have offered is a flex tension essentially what that means it's moved that deadline day from this week
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all the way to january the 31st with a deadline day from this week all the way to january the 31st with an option of an exit clause meaning that the u.k. can leave earlier if indeed they can option of an exit clause meaning that the u.k. can leave earlier if indeed they can get a deal through parliament plus what it also does is it moves can get a deal through parliament plus what it also does is it moves the possibility of a no deal it's popped it also till january 31st what ails the possibility of a no deal it's popped it also till january 31st one of the clearing up earlier today is a vote on a general election on. tuesday is a vote on a general election on december the 12th the issue with boris johnson needs 2 thirds of a majority in parliament december the 12th the issue with boris johnson needs 2 thirds of a majority in parliament to get that through to get that date secured and that also
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means some labor m.p.'s and to get that through to get that date secured and that also means some labor m.p.'s need to be on side however labor's position in all of this is that they want to be on side however labor's position in all of this is that they want a no deal completely taken off the table before they agree to anything like this or as far as johnson completely taken off the table before they agree to anything like this or as far as johnson has a tricky ultimatum for the way to get this done the way to get is a tricky ultimatum for the way to get this done way to get through. done is i think to be reasonable with parliament and see if they is i think to be reasonable with parliament and see if they genuinely want more time to study this accident the genuinely want more time to study this excellent deal they can have it but they
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have to agree to a general election or they can have it but they have to agree to a general election on december the 12th and that's the way forward there's also on december the 12th and that's the way forward there's also many issues for boris johnson then going into a general election because can the public trust many issues for boris johnson then got him going to general election because can the public mistrust him that he's a no they've gone but he's gone back on many many every every promise promise that he hasn't how i think it's going to instil tilt for many house and he hasn't got the you've got the u.k. out of the position which ignores just that until. the position that brown has jumped down is this is the fact that he has just done everything in his power to try and get it done he's gone through all the political mechanisms and everything in his power to try and get it done he's gone through all the political mechanisms and parliamentary procedures but it's employees that have looked at him in the
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process but for today alimentary prestigious but it's employees that have looked at him in the process but for today then bracks it buys more time however it feels like the never ending story than breck's it buys more time however it feels like the never ending story. on kong's being gripped by a 21st consecutive weekend of. phone kongs being gripped by a 21st consecutive week and a violent turn to beijing release with protesters and police clashing again in the financial help island turn to beijing release with protesters and police clashing again in the financial hub. alison's took part in or through rice rally to denounce police brutality the allisons took part in on or through rice rally to denounce police brutality many in the crowd were facemasks and i thought it was recently found in the territory and rest many in the crowd were facemasks and i was recently found in the territory and rest in hong kong could prove to be a boon for rival financial singapore in hong kong could prove to be
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a boon for rival financial singapore however with a new poll finding some companies are considering relocating there with a new poll finding some companies are considering relocating there according to the survey 23 percent of firms with an office in hong kong are thinking according to the survey 23 percent of firms with an office in hong kong are thinking of moving their business on it of those firms 9 out of 10 consider singing of moving their business on it of those firms 9 out of 10 consider singapore should be the best option doggle quarter looks at why. bright a porch should be the best option doggle quarter looks at why. riots in hong kong have dragged on for 7 months now disrupting both businesses and it's in hong kong have dragged on for 7 months now disrupting both businesses and the rule of law.
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i can the rule of law. i . i. for investors i. for investors and visitors that's enough reason to start looking to the city's southern competitor centers and visitors that's enough reason to start looking to the city's southern competitor singapore hong kong
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recent i'm dressed to have seen thing up my star rights affirmative singapore hong kong recent i'm dressed to have seen thing up and start furtive the tourists investors and extract the 4000000000 as an egg interesting number of special interests investors and extract the 4000000000 as an end interesting number especially in the hong kong monetary authority earlier this week already said that the outflows have been actually in the hong kong monetary authority earlier this week already said that the outflows have been more than the most in more than a year both cities have a lot in common on the surge in more than the most in more than a year both cities have a lot in common on the surface they're both financial centers people speak english when it comes to attracting foreign investment is there both financial centers people speak english when it comes to attracting foreign investment though the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong's advantage was always its didn't though the 2 cities are like night and day hong kong's advantage was always its democratic system that protected the property rights of its citizens on the other hand samak
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radek system that protected the property rights of its citizens on the other hand singapore could hardly be considered free the state there is not party to the un and the poor could hardly be considered free the state there is not party to the un convention against torture citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to convention against torture citizens need to visit a designated park if they want to express themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up to express themselves freely and the penalty for many offenses as simple as putting up a post. or in public is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's poster in public is beating with a cane nonetheless hong kong's riots are making singapore's law and order more attractive to investors and spry it's are making singapore's law and order more attractive to investors especially with the future relationship between hong kong
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and the mainland still in limbo for bestially with the future relationship between hong kong and the mainland still in limbo $4000000000.00 isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things but it's a drop that could be in dollars isn't really that much in the grand scheme of things but it's a drop that could become a waterfall singapore's singapore's not or a waterfall singapore's singapore is not or so there are people looking to put assets here in singapore so there are people looking to put assets here in singapore some people worry that if something happens in china it could negatively of some people worry that if something happens in china it could negatively affect hong kong people don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't calm people don't have that fear of singapore singapore doesn't have a neighbor they could to they could ruin it singapore doesn't have anybody who can
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tell it what to have a neighbor they could to they could ruin it singapore doesn't have anybody who can tell it what to do singapore doesn't have a neighbor who can take gases away it's not just hong kong's fondue singapore doesn't have a neighbor who can take gases away it's not just talking kong's finance sector that's taken a blow either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly finance sector that's taken a blow either tourism to singapore has jumped significantly since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering peace since the outbreak of violence and many members of hong kong's elite are even considering the . backing up and moving out to the cities competitor y. well packing up and moving out to the cities competitor why well perhaps they value 6 they've. heard any more and they were due to their than their own for doing their own for freedom. in the future anybody considering moving assets
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to asia or having a presence anybody considering moving assets to asia or having a presence in asia i doubt if they will think of hong kong just because they say oh they will reason asia i doubt if they will think of hong kong just because they say oh they will remember this and they will know that it could come back so while its own call is not going member this and they will know that it could come back so while its own call is not going to fall into the sea i suspect it is future is much less to fall into the sea i suspect it is future is much less exciting and prosperous than it that's past because. exciting and prosperous and that's past because even if nobody leaves hong kong people aren't going to consider going to hong kong now and if nobody leaves hong kong people aren't going to consider going to hong kong now whereas they would have 2 years ago 3 years ago.
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whereas they would have 2 years ago 3 years ago. on the way off the break one more painful defeat for under let merkel see on the way off the break one more painful defeat for uncle and merkel c.d.u. party has 2 very opposite to each other party's security you party has 2 very opposite to each other party's secure the top 2 places in term and state elections this is our team to national balance the top 2 places in term and state elections this is our team's national months coming home. coming home.
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join me every thursday on the alex simon chill and i'll be speaking to join me every thursday on the alex simon sure i'll be speaking to us from the world of politics or. i'm sure i'll see a vessel in the world of politics or. i'm sure i'll see if.
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most americans are having dots about the 1st amendment part of the us comes to america and. the 1st amendment part of the us constitution that protects free free speech is according to. a painful. pain for free speech over speech. of the 1st amendment. to be
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written in the 1st amendment needs to be read written quote to reflect the cultural norms of today but it seems most people quote to reflect the cultural norms of today but it seems most people don't actually understand what the law really protects with 80 percent saying that it means you can don't actually understand what the law really protects with 80 percent saying that it means you can do whatever you like without fear of consequences the poll also found that almost half of america do whatever you like without fear of consequences the poll also found that almost half of americans think hate speech should be made illegal and reports think hate speech should be made illegal and reports. the usa boasts that it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a key pillar of the usa boasts that it is a land of freedom and the 1st amendment is a key pillar of the us constitution but ironically most americans now think it's out of date and that it should be updated to meet the new cultural norms the find
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of the us constitution but ironically most americans now think it's out of date and that it should be updated to meet the new cultural norms the findings are frankly extraordinary or free speech rights in our free press rights of beings are frankly extraordinary our free speech rights and our free press rights have evolved well over 200 years and people now seem to be rethinking that volved well over 200 years and people now seem to be rethinking them now some would say that it's a wild world of political correctness others would say that now some would say that it's a wild world of political correctness others would say they have a point and that hate speech should be illegal but here's the question who could have a point and that hate speech should be illegal but here's the question who gets to decide what is considered hate speech well that's a tricky question 49 percent to decide what is considered hate speech well that's
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a tricky question 49 percent of americans say that they want facebook to make that decision but mark zuckerberg of americans say that they want facebook to make that decision but mark zuckerberg is adamant he does not want that job or more people across the spectrum for he is adamant he does not want that job more people across the spectrum believe that achieving the political outcomes the bay think matter is more important believe that achieving the political outcomes the bay think matter is more important that every person having a voice and being heard. and every person having a voice and being heard. and i think that's dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind and i think that's dangerous now facebook values free expression but it doesn't mind guiding and nudging what you see discretely it's algorithms determined in guiding and nudging what you see discretely it's
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algorithms determine what shows up on your news feed be it funny comments from friends or means face what shows up on your news feed be it funny comments from friends or means facebook even has its own version of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that decide look even has its own version of the supreme court it's a 40 member board that decides what accounts get shut down but nobody ever elected mark zuckerberg his aides what accounts get shut down but nobody ever elected mark zuckerberg his board is not appointed by elected officials are we really comfortable having a court board is not appointed by elected officials are we really comfortable having a corporation decide who gets heard and who gets shut down we decided to ask new york peroration decide who gets heard and who gets shut down we decided to ask new yorkers do you approve of the government regulating content brewing consonantal cares do you approve of the government regulating content brewing consonantal of
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course is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so. is open to freedom of speech absolutely not no i don't think so no matter what about facebook if it's harmful if a tape full speech no matter what about facebook if it's harmful if a tape full speech so it should be regulated and i don't either just keep going against those freedom of speech that should be regulated and i don't either just keep going against those freedom of speech they follow the same laws that we do so we'll make so many more powerful are you concerned about tech censorship should they follow the same laws that we do so we'll make so many more powerful are you concerned about tech. censorship and tech companies perhaps having a political agenda yes absolutely i'm sorry if i'm contradicting tech companies perhaps having a political agenda yes absolutely i'm sorry if i'm contradicting myself but yeah absolutely i'm concerned about that if it's a government or a private company for myself but yeah absolutely i'm concerned about that if it's
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a government or a private company free speech is free speech the increasing power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply concerned speech is free speech the increasing power of the tech monopolies is something that is deeply concerning to many americans on all different sides of the political spectrum. going to many americans on all different sides of the political spectrum. r.t. new york. chart to new york. chancellor angela merkel's party has suffered its worst ever results in a. party has suffered its worst ever results in a german states considered to be a traditional stronghold the countries german states considered to be a traditional stronghold the country's left party the alternative for germany fill the void taking left party the migrant alternative for germany fill the void taking
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the 2 top spots in the elections in turning. and the 2 top spots in the elections in turn. i do want to draw on. a lot of the left part of the op. a lot of the left party remains the biggest presence alternative for germany more than doubled its vote share he remains the biggest presence alternative for germany more than doubled its vote share revealing a fragmented political landscape eventually picks up the story from berlin or revealing a fragmented political landscape eventually picks up the story from berlin or it's only a 3 inch in state elections are now over and are. state elections
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are now over and the results show how deeply divided the state is parties from both it and the results show how deeply divided the state is parties from both extremes of the political spectrum the left and the right are the ones they gain the most the left party of the political spectrum the left and the right are the ones they gain the most the left party which succeeded the east german communist party is the one that won the majority of the votes followed of which succeeded the east german communist party is the one that won the majority of the votes followed by by the right wing the english. party are for or i if the germany that part. in. the 2nd spot one of the ones that that sauce offered them the most are the centrist part parties. and has since in. the end brandenburg merkel's christian democratic union lost large numbers of the once the brandenburg merkel's christian democratic union lost large numbers of the once again back in
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2014 coming into 3rd place with 22 point one percent gain back in 2014 coming into 3rd place with 22 point one percent something that the party was not expecting. the fact and something that the party was not expecting. the fact that the parties in the democratic center didn't obtain a majority. in the democratic and to didn't obtain a majority is the bitter result of this election evening this is a situation that was not expected since 949 of this election evening this is a situation that was not expected since $949.00 have not been any democratic elections that lead to such results which is impossible have not been any democratic elections that led to such result which is impossible to form a government with central forces so the big winner of the 3 engine able to form a government with central for. so the big winner of the 3 engine elections is the
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alternative for germany party it's a euro centric and the immigration lections is the alternative for germany party it's a euro centric and the immigration part of its campaign it was mainly based on immigration policy and deporting part of its campaign it was mainly based on immigration policy and deporting illegal immigrants legal mode suited to us. democracy was said to our state's party democracy a result that says yes to a new lively democracy in the next so much a result that says yes to a new lively democracy in the next to mention we would by a majority it's watch closely by berlin as we would by a majority it's watched closely by a berlin as is the leader of the party b. or in the whole kit his opponents call him a nazi a person as is the leader of the party b. or in the whole kit his opponents call him a nazi
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a person who promotes violence and the media even compare him to hitler but when it comes to the actual winner the winner of these elections is the link it the left part and promotes violence and the media even compare him to hitler but when it comes to the actual winner the winner of these elections is the a linkage the left party 5 years ago they didn't think we could do it then they bet we would 5 years ago they didn't think we could do it then they bet we would fail after $100.00 days and 5 years later we hear and we fail after 100 days and 5 years later we hear and we say we will keep on rocking it both the left and the right they gather they will keep on rocking it both the left and the right they gathered the most votes promote to lift the sanctions on russia and stand together the most votes promote the left us. actions on russia and stand together for more
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cooperation with the russian federation but the actual question here is for more cooperation with the russian federation but the actual question here is are the winners able to form a coalition well the c.d.u. ruled out from the beginning are the winners able to form a coalition well the c.d.u. ruled out from the beginning or that they're not going to work with either the left or 'd the right so what this means is that it could take that they're not going to work with either the left or 'd the right so what this means is that it could take a long time to form a government in the eastern state of the range. a long time to form a government in the eastern state of the range. or showing live in the program by martin toler martin is a member of parliament or joined live in the program not by martin daughter martin is a member of parliament for germany's left party congratulations and good to your colleagues for that result for germany's left party congratulations indeed to your colleagues
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for that result in turning via did you expect it. in it did you expect it. you know some are we were expecting that we have a good result that it's good you know some are we were expecting that we have a good result that it's good we didn't know so we're very happy about the more than 30 we didn't know so we're very happy about the more than 30 percent which is so-called or even entering in. the present which is support or even entering in. this is the one side and the other side is that it's not easy to go to this is the one side and the other side is that it's not easy to build a government. so 2 sides of one medal in a moment never know so. 2 sides of one medal in
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a moment one has been very happy and on the other side it will be no necessary to have one and be very happy and on the other side it will be no necessary to have a constructive dialogue with all the democratic party so to do a constructive dialogue with all no other democratic he's so true to government yet it's a thin majority as you say a chance for government yet it's a thin majority as you say chancellor merkel c.d.u. party had a nightmare at result but has talked a merkel c.d.u. party had a nightmare at result but has talked about possible cooperation in the region is that something the left party would consider to by possible cooperation in the region is that something the left party would consider. or dancing well we don't have to hurry do you have doing i want to. oh i can say mel we don't have to hurry
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to have doing i want to sit and now is necessary to really get it dialogue are we can do a responsible politics for our touring in which will efficient now is necessary to really get it done by a lock are we can do a response cause us of all quality of evolves for our touring in which will effect of cause of germany as well so we have to consider all options and to have a dialogue among us well so we have to consider all options and to have a dialogue for example with every party possible and then there should be a decision whether in mind for example with every party possible and then there should be a decision whether the minority government as an option or a coalition with the city would already government as an option or a coalition with the city who is this an option so i am based in is this an option so i am based in. or and i cannot
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make a decision for my comrades in war and i cannot make a decision for my comrades in cheering him so they have to decide they have to talk and during so they have to decide they have to talk and i think it's necessary that the democratic party's iraq together against i think it's necessary that the democratic parties rub together against the a.f.d. especially in tooling really are faced with or you know who is 50 especially in truing really are faced with or you know who is. just he's really a fascist he's running together with the. just he's really a fascist he's running together with the. militia from the extreme right wing. militia. extreme right wing g.
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g. g ok exclusion no interest isms. in the party the party would dispute that exclusion no interest isms. in the party the party would dispute of course the alternative for germany they had a good iting didn't they in an election of course the alternative for germany they had a good iting didn't they and in an election that was not a lot of people voting the turnout was very very high that was not a lot of people voting the turnout was very very high entering the is that something up pleases you in particular that now you could have momentum the last year is that something up pleases you in particular that now you could have momentum the left side could start having momentum because we've seen a number of victories for the f.d.a. in recent could start having momentum because we've seen
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a number of victories for the f.d.a. in recent times you know you were clearly new yeah for jihadists and time. yet you were clearly has. drowned you 3 percent something ronald that has. drowned you 3 percent something royal that is 23 percent too much but still there is a large majority 23 percent too much but still there is a large majority of people who don't want. and so i think it's a risk but you people don't want. and so i think it's a responsibility of the democratic base to work together to move responsibility of the democratic base to work together to reduce the influence of this arena right wing party especially if someone like to use the influence of this arena right wing
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party especially if someone like mr harbison in the leadership of the party in 2 ringing so what mr harbison in the leadership of the party into ringing so what i don't understand this the act i think their behavior is responsible that they say who don't understand this the act i think their behavior is responsible that they say i'm beginning we don't want even to talk about doing it or lucian predicts something to be getting we don't want even to talk about doing it or lucian predicts something together with b.s.p. between and my party it's like after the b.s.p. between me and my party it's like after the federal elections where they have the possibility to build a coalition federal elections where they have the possibility to build a coalition with different parties and they didn't do it and with that said sam today with different parties and they didn't do it and with that said sam do they
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make the f.t. stronger than they are because the people see ok make the f.t. stronger than they are. because the people see ok. there's people. now this. is people. now know this. first place martin thanks very much for. all right heidi you know 1st place martin thanks very much for your time this hour we've been speaking to martin dozier member of the parliament and homburg for germany or time this hour we've been speaking to martin doul is a member of the parliament and homburg for germany's left party. ok just coming up to half past 3 here in multis left party. just coming up to half past 3 here in moscow this monday october the 28th we are crossing to some more great programs in moments and i'll be here roscoe this monday october the 28th we are crossing to
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some more great programs in moments and i'll be here right afterwards i for one. afterwards i for one. during the great depression which i'm old enough to remember there was most of it during the great depression which are old enough to remember there was most of my family were working. there wasn't it was bed you know much worse a family were working. there wasn't it was bed you know much worse objectively than today but there was an expectation of the things were going to get better drifted listen today but there was an expectation that things were going to get better.
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there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today. there was a real so. it's of hopefulness there isn't today today's america was shaped by the turn principles of concentration of wealth today's america was shaped by the turn principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduce democracy. and power. reduce democracy attack solo doubt engineer elections manufacture can spank solo doubt engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to no i'm jones. another prince holds according to no i'm jones one set of rules for the rich opposites of. one set of rules for the rich opposites.
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that's what happens when you put her into the hands of narrows that's what happens when you put her into the hands of a narrow sector of will which will is dedicated to increasing power for chill factor of will which will is dedicated to increasing power for just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. speaks about the modern civilization of america.
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