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from. the headlines an hour to the british prime minister and the leader of the opposition. had launched an artery the british prime minister and the leader of the opposition clash in parliament for the 1st time since no election was a result for. the 1st time since no election was a result. meanwhile the rights to become the us democratic candidates in the 2020 presidents meanwhile the rights to become the us democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential elections get even closer to the gap between the front understanding
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between king and elections get even closer for the gap between the front understanding between king and it is how doing today although students need us to say there are limits on how to celebrate is how doing today although students need us to say there are limits on how to celebrate the heart. and. the heart. good morning you're watching r.t. international it's just gone out a cult a remorse now the pretty. good morning you're watching r.t. international it's just gone ita cocktail remorse now the pretty. prime minister
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and the leader of the opposition that had their 1st heated exchange in parliament since the prime minister and the leader of the opposition that had their 1st heated exchange in parliament since it approved a december election boris johnson and jeremy corbyn clashed over it approved a december election boris johnson and jeremy corbin clashed over everything from the soldier attack russia us trade deals and of course the main reason everything from the soldier attack russia us trade deals and of course the main reason for the election breaks it. should apologize i mean for the election breaks it. he should apologize i mean to speak up or continue striking attitudes that i do not think are in the interests of the get over it to speak up or continue striking attitudes that i do not think are in the interests of the it's all very easy to the it is entirely in a protest or in say the tree so i was rushing easy to be it is entirely in a protest or in say the tree so i was rushing i want you to do so was all
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continually took one way when i want you to do so or continually took one way or the other now leave now remain refusing to respect the verdict of the people in the reference to the other now leave now remain refusing to respect the verdict of the people in the referendum was me you did this spot by the primary i'm going to says enough not all our skills are grown our children is nice chess is up for grabs by us corporations was so i'll write to you is up for grabs by us corporations was so i'll write to you to seriously suggesting that the n.h.s. should not engage in negotiations should be seriously suggesting that the n.h.s. should not engage in negotiations to ensure that british patients was ceases to be sure the british patient was she says this is for your not for the
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1st time the prime minister is talking nonsense was to speak you know for the 1st time the prime minister's talking nonsense was well the early election will be held on the 12th of december was supposed to leave the e.u. today on october 31st but johnson was forced was well the early election will be held on the 12th of december was supposed to leave the e.u. today on october 31st but johnson was forced to seek a deadline extension which brussels granted party boy k. reports nasa seek a deadline extension which brussels granted party boy kaye reports now on another failure tilly. which has hit it or another failure. which has hit its hollow we bragg's it deadline i mean case you haven't noticed the huge hollow we brags it deadline i mean case you haven't noticed the u.k.
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hasn't left the european union again they've called a generally carry hasn't left the european union again they've called a general election instead it's fair to say that for many here in britain brags it is action instead it's fair to say that for many here in britain brags it is now a joke ever since the country voted to leave the e.u. back in 26 is now a joke ever since the country voted to leave the e.u. back in 2016 the u.k.'s internet users have been trying to consult the u.k.'s internet users have been trying to console themselves through the 5 stages of grief all themselves through the 5 stages. of grief denial when the brags that was all was fust announced even the denial when the braggs it was all was fust announced even the queen was confused
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the british people have to leave the european queen was confused the british people have to leave the european union. u.s. news networks new. u.s. news networks were confused or there to be honest that's par for the course while we're confused or they are to be honest that's par for the course while twitter users thought it was funny that the government had overturned the public twitter users thought it was funny that the government had overturned the public's democratic decision to name a new british research ship boat democratic decision to name a new british research ship boat boat face but it didn't reverse the arguably more self harming my face but it didn't reverse the arguably more self harming decision
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to leave the e.u. and then there was the time that decision to leave the e.u. and then there was the time that everyone realized that adele song was about bread as it everyone realized that adele song was about bread visit. and brags it wary journalist started talking about the most impact. and brags it wary journalist. talking about the most important meal of the day instead she will say that breaks it means breakfast potent meal of the day instead she will say that breaks it means breakfast breaks it until it breaks breakfast and you keep the
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breaks breakfast wrecks it until it breaks breakfast and you keep the breaks breakfast we will make breakfast breakfast success after we will make breakfast breakfast success after denial there was anger best summed up by john bercow trying to deny all that was anger best summed up by john bercow trying to keep a lid on parliamentary proceedings. to keep a lid on parliamentary proceedings. she told. me what i'm doing. 6 what i'm doing. 6 well angry book. angry booksellers
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brought to their wit's end by brags it forced to put notices like sell is brought to their wit's end by brags it forced to put notices like these in their windows and when i was time to especially trigger of these in the windows i want it was time to especially trigger article 50 that's that letter telling brussels that the u.k. really does want article 50 that's that letter telling brussels that the u.k. really does want that divorce well the analogy is well priceless divorce well the analogy is well priceless.
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then there was bargaining when terrorism a made trip off the trip then there was bargaining when terrorism a made trip off to trip to brussels trying to get herself a brags that deal off to advance the owns also is trying to get herself a brags that deal off to advance the own set of bragg's it in joost depression that was when brits started a set of bragg's it induced depression that was when brits started coming up with drinking games just to make things a little more exciting coming up with drinking games just to make things a little more exciting what we need is a bricks and drinking guy it would be so much more interesting that the whole country what we need is a bricks and drinking guy it would be so much more interesting if the whole country lined up some shots and took one every time certain words were mentioned the government is still searching for the century lined up some shots and took one every time certain words were mentioned the government is still searching for the censorship. come on us like you've been drinking going to you know.
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come on us late use the hash tag break a drink you're going to get a little bit go on. to reason raise governments vision of a 6 little bit go on. to reason raise government's vision of a successful legs it had become this magical hope because it had become this magical unattainable you know. politics that you know parents hold on to promise the door to you in politics you know basically parents who promise their daughter a unicorn to reason like is presenting them a horse with an ice cream cone glued to his head. to reason why is presenting them a horse with an ice cream cone glued to its head. well over in brussels the u.k. has any ability to get a break does it deal well over in brussels the u.k.'s even ability to get a briggs it deal through parliament turned into existential angst
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polman turned into existential angst that has a special place in hell for those promoting bragg's it without that is a special place in hell for those promoting bragg's it without a plan said donald tusk and the guest list is still planned said donald tusk and the guest list is still being finalized according to. being finalized according to. those still empty and. that means the little face of those still empty and. that means the locals face. one man we can bet. one man we can bet may think will make an appearance is britain's new prime
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minister scott may think will make an appearance is britain's new prime minister boris johnson. boris johnson. i'm sure.
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with another extension agreed with. with another extension agreed with brussels under general election on the way the u.k. gets to stay in greg's it muscles and general election on the way the u.k. gets to stay in gregg's it for another few months in fact plagues it. for another few months in fact plagues it tree has become the norm for those of us living in these green and pleasant has become the norm for those of us living in these green and pleasant pastures which brings us to the. hostages which brings us to the. day of grief and that is except. now with the 2020 looming 2020 looming the race that is except.
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now with the 2020 looming 2020 looming the race to become the us democratic presidential candidate is far from a sure bet at the moment because the gap used to become the us democratic presidential candidate is far from a sure bet at the moment because the gap between the front runners is narrowing although more voters than before do you say a tween the front runner is narrowing although more voters than before do you say they are still undecided. looks at what. for more than they are still undecided. looks at what. for more than 3 years the democrats have been chomping at the bit for a presidential election 3 years the democrats have been chomping at the bit for a presidential election what they want is to put the unraveling and embarrassment of 2016 behind them what they want is to put the unraveling and embarrassment of 2016 behind them and take another whack at beating the donald more than
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a year away from the vote democrats are breeding and take another whack at beating the donald more than a year away from the vote democrats are beating the drum of party unity and standing together against donald trump one thing all of the drama of party unity and standing together against donald trump one thing all of the democrats could agree on the issue of impeachment is reviewing a united front against president the democrats could agree on the issue of impeachment is reviewing a united front against president the next leader is going to have to be one among those democrats that can unite us on the next leader is going to have to be one among those democrats that can unite us all we must elect a democratic president all we must elect a democratic president of the year 9 and. now you would think that defeating a president put a new 9 in. now you would think that defeating a president to trade on t.v. as the orange menace wouldn't be so difficult but reality does trade on t.v.
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as the orange menace wouldn't be so difficult but reality does not always match expectations now the 1st presidential primary is the famous i am not always match expectations now the 1st presidential primary is the famous iowa caucuses now before the debates over the summer 21 percent of iowa caucuses now before the debates over the summer 21 percent of iowa's voters were undecided but now that number has gone up to 29 percent i was voters were undecided but now that number has gone up to 20. 9 percent bad trend but why well perhaps the number of candidates in the race has got them on the fence bad trend but why well perhaps the number of candidates in the race has got them on the fence and the race does just keep getting larger at this point you've got billionaire tom styer who's and the race does just keep getting larger at this point you've got billionaire tom styer who just threw his hat into the ring with 3 months out from iowa and we thought
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that would be a most are going to just threw his hat into the ring with 3 months out from iowa and we thought that there would be a loss of indecision but he's definitely harder than we would have expected no question i see something the house isn't but he's definitely harder than we would have expected no question i see something that has to be true if i'm going to win and it is true now the democratic leaders realize that the debauch to be true if i'm going to win and it is true now the democratic leaders realize that the debacle of 2016 threw a lot of voters either to tromp or to just stay home on a lack of 2016 through a lot of voters either to tromp or to just stay home on election day so they're prepping the u.s. public not to do the same thing this year they have action day so they're prepping the u.s. public not to do the same thing this year they even have a catchy slogan vote blue no matter who you can get a pin a t. shirt and even have a catchy slogan vote blue no matter who you can get a pin a t. shirt and even a pillow inscribed with the message but the question is will it work we decided to
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ask a new pillow inscribed with the message but the question is will it work we decided to ask new yorkers what they think i think you should vote for the right person after you've done all of your research new yorkers what they think i think you should vote for the right person after you've done all of your research after all your conscience. it's not a group thing situation my condition after for your conscience no it's not a group thing situation i can understand why blue no matter who a little bit off you know the primary decider stand why blue no matter who a little bit off. you know the primary decides a lot pay attention to the primary pay attention to all the research and it should go it's a lot pay attention to the primary pay attention to all the research and it should go the right way i think their message is quite coherent it's current administration the right way i think their message is quite coherent it's current administration but nothing more i haven't seen anything more i think their message
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is pretty clear and they would but nothing more i haven't seen anything more i think their message is pretty clear and they win with that maybe maybe it's i think it's possible now compare those answering with that maybe maybe it's i think it's possible now compare those answers here in the democratic party stronghold of new york to the answers from pennsylvania i was here in the democratic party stronghold of new york to the answers from pennsylvania a swing state that was pretty decisive in winning the white house for trump and no matter who you are you a swing state that was pretty decisive in winning the white house for trump and no matter who you are you've got to look at somebody as ideals 1st has allowed there's a lot of people to do that like my mom was that they got to look at somebody as ideals 1st as the and there's a lot of people that do that like my mom was a democrat so i have to be a democrat and they don't care who the person is or what i'm a crowd so i have to be a democrat and they don't care who the person is or what they did and we're not voting for a president we're just a vote for
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a status symbol and we're not voting for president we're just a vote for a status symbol there's such a big push to just get donald trump out of office they're all trying to one of there's such a big push to just get donald trump out of office they're all trying to one up each other the main message that everybody is on board with no matter if each other the main message that everybody is on board with no matter who they are upon that that day is that platform is natural theirs or they are upon that that day is that platform is now. there's a lot of confusion with the democrats i think the democratic party's message is like a lot of confusion with the democrats i think the democratic party's message is like . it's too much like divisive and they're not really thank you 19 together to me it's too much like divisive and they're not really thank you 9 together to make one strong candidate they're kind of just all like fighting against each other some
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journalist damn was there some one strong candidate they're kind of just all like fighting against each other some journalist dan was there says that sometimes democrats can be their own worst enemy is there a potential is that sometimes democrats can be their own worst enemy is there a potential divide in the democratic party that could hurt them in november oh sure the risk that the democratic party is will divide in the democratic party that could hurt them in november oh sure the ricin that the democratic party is it's too big it's so big it's not stable it has a has a centrist wing web it's too big it's so big it's not stable it has a has a centrist wing web by hillary clinton essentially and it has a left wing aquash like hillary clinton essentially and it has a left wing a quasi socialist wing by bernie sanders and there's an immense gulf between those 2 can be socialist wing by bernie sanders and there's an immense gulf between those 2 camps steps. the in good part of the real police part of him you don't like
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calm him down to a book both on those days what books of those wings. so say there's a house doesn't but it is a house to get himself to bear it is essentially get some sleep some. gabbert is essentially the only one out there who's speaking out forcefully against the hillary clinton or i'm speaking out forcefully against the hillary clinton aggressive foreign policy of regime change and wars of aggression and aggressive foreign policy of regime change and wars of aggression. now the democratic national committee is now saying that they're going to use the slogan vote blue now the democratic national committee is now saying that they're going to use the slogan vote blue no matter who is that strategic for them is that going to help them. i suppose it will matter who is that strategic for them is that going to help them. i suppose it will help them to a degree i don't know but i think overall if you go if it's the wrong candidate
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a lot of it will help them to a degree i don't know but i think overall if you go if it's the wrong candidate a lot of you will wind up staying home now if you watch the coverage of the 2016 election the media almost of swythe of staying home now if you watch the coverage of the 2016 election the media almost obscured the fact that it was a 2 way race they made almost a referendum on donald trump's and scared the fact that it was a 2 way race they made it almost a referendum on donald trump's latest outrageous comments now at this point many people are asking if the democrats just comments now at this point many people are asking if the democrats would be better off giving voters something to vote for rather than just someone to vote again as would be better off giving voters something to vote for rather than just someone to vote against we'll have to see what happens over the course of the next 12 months they looked up and we'll have to see what happens over the course of the next 12 months they look up and r.t. new york. now the u.s. times read r.t.
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new york. now the u.s. times of representatives has passed a resolution acknowledging the mass killing of amin's by the autumn n n presents to use his pasta resolution acknowledging the mass killing of amin's by the ottoman empire 100 years ago as genocide and i speak announcing pelosi 100 as genocide and i speak announcing pelosi. operation in syria at the moment a key reason for the me. to day that is clearly state the facts on the floor of the could operation in syria at the moment a key reason for the me. today letters clearly state the facts on the floor of this house to be for ever to the congressional record the barbarism committed against house to be for ever to the congressional record the barbarism committed against germany people was a genocide if we ignore history then we are destined to many people was
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a genocide if we ignore history then we are destined to witness the mistakes of the past be repeated the recent attacks by the turkish to witness the mistakes of the past be repeated the recent attacks by the turkish military against the kurdish people are striking to a reminder of the danger in our own military against the kurdish people are struck into a reminder of the danger in our own time or pelosi had earlier claim that trumps decision to pull u.s. troops for a long time or pelosi had earlier claim that trump's decision to pull u.s. troops from syria would result in the turkish genocide of the kurds and even though the reson syria would result in the turkish genocide of the kurds and even though the resolution isn't legally binding he's president has already called it worthless adding that illusion isn't legally binding the president has already called it worthless adding that a country with the stain of genocide itself and slavery has no right to lecture the
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country with the stain of genocide itself and slavery has no right to lecture ankara the mass killing of armenians in the ottoman empire took place ankara the mass killing of armenians in the ottoman empire took place during and after the 1st world war between 915 and 924 clearing and after the 1st world war between 915 and 924 it claimed the lives of up to one and a half 1000000 armenians thousands were forced to seek refuge around the wind the lives of up to one and a half 1000000 armenians thousands were forced to seek refuge around the world including in the united states and many armenian families do remain separate a lot including in you know. states and many i mean family separated across borders to this day well former u.s. diplomat james trask gave us to across borders to this day well former u.s. diplomat james trask gave us his fiends and why american politicians are linking
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and historical genocide to the technicians viens and why american politicians are linking and historical genocide of the turkish operation against the cuts. i don't think they're just implying that i think they're 2nd operation against the cuts. i don't think they're just implying that i think they're saying in so many words that they are accusing trump of facilitating a genocide and again in so many words that they are accusing trump of facilitating a genocide against the courage and this is one of the the ways unfortunately in which the church the courage and this is one of the the ways unfortunately in which the term genocide has been deep based and distorted for crass political terms genocide has been deep based and distorted for crass political purposes yes i think there was the genocide of the armenians 100 years ago purposes yes i think there was the genocide of the armenians 100 years ago i'm glad that the congress has finally recognized that after so many years of resistance bill i'm glad that the
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congress has finally recognized that after so many years of resistance but to see it done in this kind of cheap an opportunistic way because people like nick but to see it done in this kind of cheap an opportunistic way because people like nancy pelosi find it a useful stab at the president is another thing entirely and see below she find it a useful stab at the president is another thing entirely i sort of wonder what it is now the official line coming down from washington i sort of wonder what it is now the official line coming down from washington how intolerable will be about what is or without isn't a genocide in the augusta opinion how intolerable will be about what is or without isn't a genocide in the oh gosh the opinion of net net once you push push the. still to come. which does
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a low again now a new poll has found that most students and. hello again our new poll has found that most students in the u.s. the think offensive halloween costume should be punished the prime example being in the u.s. the think offensive halloween costumes should be punished the prime example being black face makeup only 45 percent think the right to wear such costume should black face makeup only 45 percent think the right to wear such costume should be protected of the examples of potentially offensive costumes they were not given in the poll would be protected other examples of potentially offensive costumes they were not given in the poll some universities have even issued specific costing
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guidelines like michigan state and some universities have even issued specific costing guidelines like michigan state university posters born against racially ethnically or culture embrace dress diversity post as born against racially ethnically or culturally based dress and advice is also being handed out to buy stuff new to our universe. and advice is also being handed out to buy stuff new to our universe. why i think that you have to be sensitive to the actual group of people or address why i think that you have to be sensitive to be actual group that people are dressing up rather than listening to ourselves we should listen to the group. rather than listening to ourselves we. listen to the group that's being dressed up and i think that that's the important thing is we have to stop being so sensitive i mean that's being dressed up and i think that that's so important thing and we have to stop being so sensitive i mean i've been told before that me mayor wearing a make america great again had as offensive i've been told before that me mayor
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wearing a make america great again had is offensive so where do we draw the line i think that's where we have a very clear problem kids so where do we draw the line i think that's where we have a very clear problem kids universities professors they don't have to be tone deaf and they can actually listen to the actual green diversity's professors they don't have to be tone deaf and they can actually listen to the actual group and listen from them actually what's offensive or not offensive and i think that's the right way to approve and listen from them actually what's offensive or not offensive and i think that's the right way to approach these you know if somebody is offended i think you should have to need to try to be sensitive and not offend people to these you know if somebody is offended i think you should have to need to try to be sensitive and not offend people but i don't know how this is so far on these college campuses that now all but i don't know how this is so far on these college campuses that now we're going to call people out on how wayne talk about ruining
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the holiday so i think we're going to call people out on how wayne talk about ruining the holiday so i think that you can go too far in terms of something that's offensive but you can go too far in terms of something that's offensive and divisive even for a comedian so i think you just got to thread the needle and you got to be receiving device even for a comedian so i think you just got to thread the needle and you got to be respectful what scares me about this topic is i feel like when we just say how we got full what scares me about this topic is i feel like when we just say ha we caught him and we have college students talking about what's offensive we really don't even know where you are and we have college students talking about what's offensive we. really don't even know where the guidelines are anymore because we're living in this p.c. culture that sometimes really doesn't the guidelines are anymore because we're living in this p.c. culture that sometimes really doesn't make a lot of sense so let's talk specifically hollowing so if someone's to dress up as
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make a lot of sense let's talk specifically hollowing so if some wants to dress up as freddy krueger no problem they stick on you know the appropriate attire what if they want to freddie krueger no problem they stick on you know the appropriate attire what if they want to be someone like. i think is tony told was the who you know would be someone like. i think is tony told was the who was you know a black man if you want to just play a famous black you know a black man if you want to just play a famous black you know horror character how on earth would people of this on t.v. well without the visual clue 'd character how on earth would people have this on t.v. well without the visual clue i would probably just stay away from it because you have to quote yourself the question is the squeeze work to do i would probably just stay away from it because you have to quote yourself the question is the squeeze worth the juice but for example say i wanted to play michael jackson would i be in
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trouble for. for example say i wanted to play michael jackson would i be in trouble for and how do i dress up in that kind of costume you know i wish we could just embrace them and how to dress up in that kind of costume you know i wish we could just embrace people for who they are and that we could not have the racial division that we have in this country people for who they are and that we could not have the racial division that we have in this country and i've been told before that it's really easy for me to say that sitting back is a cart and i've been told before that it's really easy for me to say that sitting back as a car cajun woman in america but you know for me i think the more emphasis we placed asian woman in america but you know for me i think the more emphasis. we place on race and the more we talk about the division the harder it is to come together on race and the more we talk about the division the harder it is to come together and i look forward to a day in america where we can embrace everybody for who they are and hopefully and
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i look forward to a day in america where we can embrace everybody for who they are and hopefully be able to kind of take race out of the equation and hopefully we can finally be able to kind of take race out of the equation and hopefully we can find a way around it because now that we're censoring how we in costumes it doesn't look like it's getting much away around it because now that we're censoring how we in costumes it doesn't look like it's getting much better. and that's how loose the movie was and brief. discussion we had and that's how loose the movie was in brief the prime minister has been met with well path along the people that prime minister has been met with well catalonia people there urging him to engage with the rest of regions ministration. him to engage with the rest of regions ministration. with the recent sharing of pro independence politician. with the recent sharing of
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pro independence politicians. and construction work in the hague on wednesday they are unhappy about and pollution rights construction work in the hague on wednesday they are unhappy about and pollution regulations claiming they are too strict make construction. is claiming they are too strict i'm a construction worker. pictures now from chile people that protesting there against president sebastian pinera. pictures now from chile people that protesting there against president sebastian pinera anti-government protests erupted in public transport antigovernment protests erupted. in public. transport fares and the latest rally in santiago demonstrated carried a figure of chile and the latest rally in santiago demonstrators carried a figure of chilean singer victor hotta who was murdered in 1983 during the
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military and singer vic to heart who was murdered in 1983 during the military activist you see him as a single ace and social justice king activist you see him as a single ace and social justice. now you came teligent. you came teligent institutions are reportedly leading a campaign to warn british universities of foreign spy and institutions are reportedly leading a campaign to warn british universities of foreign spy activity in particular they warned that chinese students could be undercover activity in particular they warned that chinese students could be undercover agent says hostile state taxes targeting u.k. universities. hostile state taxes targeting u.k. universities to steal personal data research data and intellectual property and
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this could be to steal personal data research data and intellectual property and this could be used for their own military commercial an authoritarian interests used for their own military commercial an authoritarian interests. universities are being given advice on how to minimize the threat and protect the research for our universities are being given advice on how to minimize the threat and protect the research from hostile foreign actors according to government data the number of chinese students on hostile foreign actors according to government data the number of chinese students at u.k. universities has doubled in the last 10 years and at the same time foreign students at u.k. universities has doubled in the last 10 years and at the same time foreign students do account for almost 20 percent of british universities income we are students do account for almost 20 percent of british universities income we are students in the u.k. what they thought about the idea that there might be spies sitting in the u.k.
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what they thought about the idea that there might be spies sitting in on their lectures. so if they're making a claim they need some sort in all my lectures. a few so if they're making a claim they need some sort like actual data to back up i just don't think it's happening though unlike actual data to back up i just don't think it's happening though unlike you i don't see this issue trying to care much if there are better areas to target structurally i don't see this issue trying to get and i think there are better areas to target structures to be quite surprising because you see i was going to be an institution to be quite surprising because you salesman to be an institution where students come together and you know share ideas and discuss speeds having charter students come together and you know share what i do use and discuss things having chinese spies like in the university with you know kind of in
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. you know 20 spies like in the university with you know kind of in. you know of course students feel you're the need to be careful about what they say because really share ideas for students to feel you're the need to be careful about what they say because really share ideas. view about what they do each much just wouldn't be surprised if you wrote what they do each much just wouldn't be surprised if that's what was happening because. it's going to spread to the us what was happening because. it's going to spread to the world if she's a real concern then that could be like a vetting process before the world if she's a real concern then that could be like a vetting process before like any of us apply to university check on like background history just like you know how they do it like any of us apply to university check on like background history just like you know how they're doing jobs like the system check just to make sure we don't like some database for the
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government work for jobs like the system check just to make sure we don't like some database for the government work for very poor be trying to do the same probably not strictly i. could be trying to do the same probably no such extreme. so again. the u.k. government spokesperson did confirm to us. the u.k. government spokesperson did confirm to r.t. that security agencies are indeed working with universities to protect them from saying that security agencies are indeed working with universities to protect them from threats political scientist joseph cheney fears that the campaign could make it harder the threats political scientists joseph cheney face in the campaign could make it harder they for genuine chinese academics to carry out their research abroad. for genuine chinese academics to carry out their research abroad. these strong suspicions against china may well these strong suspicions
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against china may well concertino a serious obstacle to normal dammy extensive to a serious obstacle to normal dammy exchangers. one understand step 2 day dangers. one understand step 2 day the united states and some western countries are now the united states and some western countries are now spending tremendous efforts in screening these exchange programs spending tremendous efforts in screening these exchange programs and it becomes much more typical for tiny speck a band mates with time to be becomes much more typical tiny speck a band mates with chinese people spread through students to engage in exchange for
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awareness to engage in these people straight to the students to engage in exchange for awareness to engage in studies. in western countries it's ending our studies. in western countries general suspicion now concentrating on china middle suspicion and now concentrating on china may well spread to other countries like russia and certain it will spread to other countries like russia and certain countries considered unfriendly to was to do night to space on series considered unfriendly to was to do night to space. and the western countries. other western countries. almost 70 percent it seems of millennial is in the u.s.
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or more likely to. have almost 70 percent it seems of millennial was in the u.s. are more likely to vote for a calmness candidate at least that's according to a recent poll by the survey to vote for a calmness candidate at least that's according to a recent poll the survey was conducted by the victims of communism memorial foundation it also shows the call was conducted by the victims of communism and moral foundation it also shows declining support for capitalism among millennial and generations said more people line in support for capitalism among millennial and generations said more people view donald trump as the biggest threat to world peace than any other world leader those of you don't want trump as the biggest threat to world peace than any other world leader but those behind the poll believe the results show people have forgotten the past. behind the poll believe the results show people have forgotten the past. the historical amnesia about the dangers of communism and socialism is on full display historical amnesia about the
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dangers of communism and socialism is on full display in this year's report we need to redouble our efforts to educate american this year's report we need to redouble our efforts to educate america's youth about the history of communist regimes and the dangers of socialism today as youth about the history of communist regimes and the dangers of socialism today we got the views on this from political commentators in the us media we got the views on this from political commentators in the us media the authors of the so of the survey i'm sure were expecting. the authors of the sought of the survey i'm sure were expecting and hoping that most of the people that they interviewed most of the millenniums that they interview in and hoping that most of the people that they interviewed most of the millenniums that they interview. would have a very unfavorable view of socialism. would have
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a very unfavorable view of socialism a very unfavorable view of communism and that wasn't the case and so they're on a very unfavorable view of communism and that wasn't the case and so their only recourse when the survey did not turn out the way they wanted to do it when you know when the recourse when the survey did not turn out the way they wanted to when you know when it in a in a fact show that the majority of the millennial view and socialism and communism in a in a fact show that the majority of the millennial view and socialism and communism in favor always when they say it's a lack of teaching with their and in favor always when they say it's a lack of teaching with their with they're basically saying this is a lack of indoctrination because for instance if you live the united states what they're basically saying is it's a lack of indoctrination because for instance if you live the united states where i live a lot of the teaching within public school systems even you know it's where i live
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a lot of the teaching within public school systems even you know many private school systems from elementary school all the way to tertiary education in private school systems from elementary school all the way to tertiary education ira it's a creation it's indoctrination if you go if you're in economists and higher education it's indoctrination if you go if you're in economists if you're studying to be economists at a at a university you're not learning about if you're studying to be economists at a at a university you're not learning about alternative alternative economic systems outside of capitalism you're learning how to be a good cattle turn of the. alternative economic systems outside of capitalism you're learning how to be a good capitalist you learning how to embrace capitalism no matter how destructive no matter how one solace you learning how to embrace capitalism no matter how destructive no matter how one sided it is no matter how much it benefits the
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conditions that young people say side it is no matter how much it benefits the conditions that young people face enormous social inequality indebtedness young people graduating from college enormous social inequality indebtedness young people graduating from college with tens of thousands of dollars in debt unable to get a decent job or the judge with tens of thousands of dollars in debt unable to get a decent job or the jobs that are available or in a so-called gig economy where you don't have benefits you don't have you know that are available or in a so-called gig economy where you don't have benefits you don't have you don't have job security poor wages temporary employment this is the reality of job security poor wages temporary employment this is the reality of young people unable to even have a family to move out of their parents home body of young people unable to even have a family to move out of their parents' homes and this is the reality of capitalism
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of exploitation and young people because this is the reality of capitalism of exploitation and young people are getting a very clear lesson in that and that really i think is what is getting a very clear lesson in that and that really i think is what is behind the growing interest in support for socialism behind the growing interest in support for socialism the washing off international just coming up to ha ha site in the morning here in moscow we're back here watching on international ships coming up to ha ha site in the morning here in moscow and we're back with moni and the headlines at the top of the hour. with moni. and the headlines at the top of the.
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i peeked in the zimmer yeah. just give them. a bill and coke you should let me just give them. a bill and coke is a small fortune in that again do you would you. watch an indie game
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do you would be. watching very outnumbered a lot about this more than a terror suspect. watching funny outnumbered a lot about this and more than enough to spend that sort of. naturally. you know world of big partisan movies lot and consume. in a world of big partisan movies lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to
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dig deeper to hit the stories yours 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 seen but mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely for. the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. for watching the hawks.
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no chance. no chance am i unfairly at m.i.t. and i think. getting warmer have wendy and i on a family at mit and i think. getting more heavily involved as we were activities for the last few years. and they were activities for the last few years. noam chomsky has made to international reputation school wide as does one of the national coms gay has made to international reputation school wide as does one of the national leaders of american resistance to the vietnam war the deepest is a professor leaders of american resistance to the vietnam war the deepest is a professor of linguistics who before he was 40 years old
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a transformed the nature of his son privilege to before he was 40 years old to transform the nature of his subject. you are identified with a new level whenever. you are identified with a new level whenever that is you certainly have been an activist as well as a writer. you certainly have been an activist as well as a writer. has the time scale and is listed in any but. has a time scale and is listed in anybody's catalog among the app doesn't top euros of the new left and it catalogs among the half dozen top euros of the new left. this dandy achieved by adopting over the past 2 or 3 years a series of this dandy achieved by adopting over the past 2 or 3 years a series of.

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