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well. well it wasn't you know it could be but. it wasn't you know it would be. with a snap election on the way and it breaks it extension. with a snap election on the way and it breaks it extension in the bag the u.k.'s parliament finally starts talking about other things with the prime minister in the lead in the bag the u.k.'s parliament finally starts talking about other things with the prime minister and the leader of the opposition clashing everything from brush. to us designs of the opposition clashing everything from russian souls to us designs on the n.h.s.
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. meanwhile the race to become the us democrats 2020 on the n.h.s. . meanwhile the race to become the us democrats 2020 presidential candidate this is getting tighter with many still undecided on the presidential candidate this is getting tighter with many still undecided on who to choose. there's such a big push to just get. there's such a big push to just get donald trump out of office because there's a lot of confusion with the democrats and they're not really out of office because there's a lot of confusion with the democrats and they're not really but you know i mean together to make one strong candidate the biggest fright but you know i mean together to make one strong candidate and the biggest fright this halloween seems to be walked away with that person defends his american universities to this halloween seems to be walked away with that person defends his american university . offer guidelines on what costumes were books. please offer guidelines on what
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costumes would be. hello they're just gone 11 o'clock in the morning here in moscow you watching r.t. international hello they're just gone 11 o'clock in the morning here in moscow you're watching r.t. international our top story with her breaks it deadline extension in place and a snap election on the top story with her breaks it deadline extension in place and a snap election on the way british politicians are finally talking not just about the u.k.'s divorce from the you know way british politicians are finally talking not just about the u.k.'s divorce from the u. prime minister boris johnson and the opposition leader jeremy called when clashed
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in parliament new prime minister boris johnson and the opposition leader jeremy called in clashed in parliament over everything from russia and the soldier 3 nerve agent attack to us to cement over everything from russia and the soldiering nerve agent attack to u.s. designs on. national health elfs this. he issued a pop. mr speak up speak up or to continue striking the striking attitudes good good i do don't think you're in the caribbean the interests of the debate over a very easy. bit of the it is this link internally in a pretty protect extra insurance agency so i was rushing she was i want to have what you could produce and sold all this is by the prime minister this is in. our own our own just as it is is are up for grabs was
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by us a school call for a gracious was wrong so i'll write to you i just threw the suggesting that the as i wish i could write to you to syria years ago suggesting that the n.h.s. should not engage in negotiations to ensure in the british to ensure that the british presence thank you today was he was he says this is for your not for the 1st time the prime minister is talking nonsense he says this is for your not for the 1st time the prime minister is talking nonsense was what the u.k. was supposed to lead the european union today was what the u.k. was supposed to leave the european union today but boris johnson was forced by parliament to ask for a deadline extension and brussels but boris johnson was forced by parliament to ask for a deadline extension and brussels agreed to push it back in control till the end of
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january. as upset the never read up the never ending sell something. well but what has it hit has to hit if. we blow greg's exhibit deadline lie i mean kate's case you have sumant know how to minister to those things you think you can't pay as you as an left the european union again they've called a general election 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 now a job stead's it's fair to say that for many here in britain brags it is now a job ever since the country voted to leave the e.u. back in 2016 ever since the country voted to leave the e.u. back in 26 the u.k.'s internet users have been trying to console themselves
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the u.k.'s internet users have been trying to console themselves through the 5 stages of grief denial of through the 5 stages of grief denial when the braggs it was all was fust announced even the queen was can all when the braggs it was all was fust announced even the queen was confused the british people have to leave the european union refused the british people have to leave the european union. and then there was the time that everyone she said. and then there was the time that everyone realized that adele song was about bread as it realized that adele song was about bread as it.
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and brags that wary journalists started talking about the most important. and brags that wary journalists started talking about the most important meal of the day 7 instead she will say the brics it means breakfast bricks and meal of the day 7 instead she will say that breaks it means breakfast breaks it until it breaks it means breakfast and you keep the breaks right when with until it breaks it means breakfast and you keep the breaks breakfast we will make breakfast breakfast a success. after denial make breakfast breakfast a success. after denial that was anger best summed up by john bracco trying to
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keep a lay all that was anger best summed up by john bracco trying to keep a lid on parliamentary proceedings. don't parliamentary proceedings or do. you know what i'm doing. or what i'm doing. i want it was time to essentially trade. i want it was time to essentially trigger article 50 that's that letter telling brussels that the u.k. really does want to 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 to resume a made trip off the trip then there was bargaining when terrorism a made trip off the trip to brussels trying to get herself a brags it deal off to advance the also is trying to get herself a brags it deal off to advance the own set of bragg's it induced depression that was when brits stella to set of bragg's it induced depression that was when brits started coming up with drinking games just to make things a little more excited coming up with drinking games just to make things a little more exciting what we need is a bricks drinking it would be so much more interesting that the whole country what
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we need is a bricks and drinking it would be so much more interesting that the whole country lined up some shots and took one every time certain words were mentioned the government is still searching for these 3 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. come on us late use the hash tag break a drink you're going to get a little bit go. to reason raise government's vision of a 2nd a little bit go on. to reason raise governments vision of a successful brags it had become this magical unattainable sesto brags it had become this magical unattainable unicorn politics now basically parents who promise their daughter a human unicorn politics basically parents who promise their daughter a unicorn to reason might is presenting them a horse with an ice cream cone glued to his head to reason why is presenting them
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a horse with an ice cream cone glued to its head while over in brussels the u.k.'s even ability to get a briggs it deal. well over in brussels the u.k. has any ability to get a briggs it deal through parliament turned into existential angst rupali turned into existential angst there is a special place in hell for those promoting bragg's it without there is a special place in hell for those promoting bragg's it without a plan said donald tusk and the guest list is still pre-planned said donald tusk and the guest list is still being finalized according to. being finalized according to. those still empty and. it means the. lot of those are still empty and. it means the.
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little. one man we can bet. one man we can bet may think will make an appearance is britain's new prime minister may think will make an appearance is britain's new prime minister. and. with another extension agreed with brussels under a general election on the way with another extension agreed with brussels under a general election on the way the u.k. gets to stay and gregg's it in limbo for another few months in fact purgatory has become the norm for those of us may the u.k. gets to stay and gregg's it in limbo for another few months in fact plagues it
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purgatory has become the norm for those of us living in these green and pleasant pastures which brings us living. these green and pleasant past years which brings us to the final stage of grief and that is the final stage of grief and that is accept. for the boy then i want her when we are supposed to separate. for the boy then i want her when we are supposed to be scared by ghosts and ghouls but this year it does seem that people are more fresh to be scared by ghosts and ghouls but this year it does seem that people are more afraid about what they can or car where because a new poll has found that most students in the usa and about what they can or car where because a new poll has found that most students in the us do you think offensive costumes should be punished the prime example being black face make you think offensive
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costumes should be punished the prime example being black face makeup only 45 percent thought the right to wear such costumes should be protected up only 45 percent thought the right to wear such costumes should be protected so i mean the verse is even issued specific costume guidelines to it so i mean a verse is even issued specific costume guidelines to lake michigan state university posters warn against racially ethnically or comments she can state university posters warn against racially ethnically or coach for him based dress and advice is also being handed out by southern utah are you not for him based dress and advice is also being handed out by southern utah university to my colleague neil harvey put the issue up for debate diversity to my colleague neil harvey put the issue up for debate. well i think that you have to be sensitive to the actual group the people are dressing well i think that you have to be sensitive
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to the actual group that people are dressing up as rather than listening to ourselves we should listen to the grew up as rather than listening to ourselves we should listen to the group that's i'm sure it's being us and dressed up and i think and i think that's put simply some film being in. being said in a sense if i may have to stop being so sensitive i mean i've been told before that me may or wearing a make america great again had as offensive i've been told before that me may or 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 universe 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 group or see these 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 approach and listen from them actually what's offensive or not offensive and
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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 if 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 will 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 the holiday so i think we're going to call people out on how wayne talk about ruining a 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 respect of the vice even for a comedian so i think you just got a thread the needle erroneous. you've got to be respected about this what scares me about this topic is a topic else i feel like one when we did we just say
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a ha ha we think. and we have we have college students talking about what's offensive if we really really don't we don't even 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 let's talk specifically hollowing so if you want person wants to dress up as for make a lot of sense let's talk specifically halloween so if it was a person wants to dress up as freddy krueger no problem they stick on you know the appropriate attire i would if they want to be crude no problem they stick on you know the appropriate attire what if they want to be someone like. i think is tony told the who was you know someone like. i think is tony told the who was you know a black man if you want to just play a famous black you know. if you want to just play
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a famous black you know horror 'd character how on earth would people of this on t.v. war without the visual clue or 'd character how on earth would people of this on t.v. war without the visual clue i would probably just stay away from it because you have to yourself the question is the squeeze worth i would probably just stay away from it because you have to yourself the question is the squeeze worth the juice but for example say i wanted to play michael jackson would i be in 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 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 isn't hard and i've been told before that it's really easy
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for me to say that sitting back is a cajun woman in america but you know for me i think the more emphasis we play station 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 hopeful and 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 hollowing caution as it doesn't look like it's getting much way around it because now that we're censoring hollowing caution is it doesn't look like it's getting much better. the race to become the u.s. democratic president. the race to become the u.s.
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democratic presidential candidate is far from a sure bet it's because the gap between the front runners is not rowing until kind of this is far from a sure bet it's because the gap between the front runners is not rowing well many voters say they still haven't made up their mind while many voters say they still haven't made up their mind. primary decides a lot after all your conscience would never enter a minute even consider the primary decides a lot after all your conscience would never enter a minute even consider straight to there's a lot of confusion with the democrats they're all trying to one up each other straight to there's a lot of confusion with the democrats they're all trying to one up each other for more than 3 years the democrats have been chomping at the bit for a presidential for more than 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 $26.00 to election what they want is to put the unraveling and embarrassment of
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2016 behind them and take another whack at beating the donald more than a year away from the vote democrat behind them 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 what rats are beating the drum 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 to get all of 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 because to president the next leader is going to have to be one among those democrats that can unite us all we must elect a democratic president unite us all we must elect a democratic president of the year 9 and. now you would think that defeating that end of the year 9 and. now you would think that defeating
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a president to trade on t.v. as the orange menace wouldn't be so difficult but the president put trade on t.v. as the orange menace wouldn't be so difficult but reality does not always match expectations now the 1st presidential primary is reality does not always match expectations now the 1st presidential primary. is the famous iowa caucuses now before the debates over the summer 20 was the famous 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 291 percent of iowa's voters were undecided but now that number has gone up to 29 percent bad trend but why well perhaps the number of candidates in the race has been percent 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 got them on the fence and the
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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 through them tom styer who just threw his hat into the ring we 3 months out from iowa and we thought that there would be a most of indecision but it's definitely harder than we would have expected a question it would be a loss of indecision but it'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 something that has to be true if i'm going to win and it is true now the democratic leaders realize that the debacle of 2016 through a lot of voters either to tromp or to just says that the debacle of 2016 threw 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 day home on election 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 tear they even have
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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 the shirt and even a 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 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 have to vote your conscience not not nuts not a group thing situation all of your research have to vote your conscience not none nuts not a group think the choice i can understand why blue no matter who is a little bit off and i can understand why blue no matter who is a little bit off you know the primary decides a lot pay attention to the primary pay attention to all the research how the primary decides 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 courage and it should
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go the right way i think their message is quite coherent it's current administration nothing more i haven't seen anything more i think their message is pretty good have been 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 malcolm clear and they win 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 pair of those answers 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 additional veiny a swing state that was pretty decisive in winning the white house for trump i definitely feel you should vote for a person like i'm not i'm not in touch any poor definitely feel you should vote for a person like myself who i'm not i'm not in touch any parties were never in our mind to even consider voting straight to it is the end of his were never in our
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mind to even consider voting straight ticket it is the individual that matters i've never really been the type of person that says you know vote straight party line vidual that matters i've never really been the type of person that says you know vote straight party lines because you don't know what you're getting them because there's a lot of confusion with the democrats they're all trance because you don't know what you're getting them because there's a lot of confusion with the democrats they're all too. trying to one up each other there is only an aiding a large percent i think of the growing to one up each other there is only an aiding a large percent i think of the group they used to vote for that the democratic party's message is like that they used to vote for that the democratic party's message is like. it's too much like divisive and they're not really thank you 9 together to make one it's too much like divisive and they're not really thank you 9 together to make one strong candidate that there's such a big push to just get donald trump out of office and strong candidate that there's
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such a big push to just get donald trump out of office and if no one can form a strong enough opinion to vote for one person it will kind of and then if no one can form a strong enough opinion to vote for one person it will kind of end up like last election journalist dan was there says that sometimes democrats can be there up late last election journalist dan was there says that sometimes democrats can be their own worst enemy is there a potential divide in the democratic party that could hurt them in novelle 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 it's too big it's so big it's a state oh sure the risk that the democratic party is it's too big it's so big it's not stable it has a as a centrist wing web by hillary clinton essentially able it has or has a centrist wing web by hillary clinton essentially and it has a left wing a quasi socialist wing by bernie sanders and it has a left wing
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a quasi socialist wing by bernie sanders and there's an immense gulf between those 2 camps and the router's and there's an immense gulf between those 2 camps and the party really can't accommodate both those wings so if there's a house divided party really can't accommodate both those wings so if there's a house too. hard to get to self jabbered is essentially only one out there of speaking out forcefully against itself jabbered is essentially the only one out there and speaking out forcefully against the hillary clinton aggressive foreign policy against the hillary clinton aggressive foreign policy of regime change and wars of aggression now the democratic national committee is now regime change and wars of aggression 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 as i was saying that they're going to use the slogan vote blue no matter who
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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 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 a lot of you will wind up staying home now if you watch the coverage over if you will 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 obscured the fact that it was a 2 way race that of the 2016 election the media almost obscured the fact that it was a 2 way race they made it almost a referendum on donald trump's latest outrageous comments now it made it almost a referendum on donald trump's latest outrageous comments now at this point many people are asking if the democrats would be better off giving voters something to 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 against we'll have to see what happens over the vote for rather than just someone to vote against we'll
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have to see what happens over the course of the next 12 months they look up and r.t. new york course of the next 12 months they look up and r.t. new york. will be model my 70 percent millennialists in the u.s. some more likely to vote for me model my 70 percent millennialists in the u.s. some more likely to vote for us. socialist candidate at least that's according to a recent poll that was carried out by the end socialist candidate at least that's according to a recent poll that was carried out by the anti socialist group the victims of communism memorial foundation and also shows that the socialist group the victims of communism memorial foundation and also shows a decline in support for capitalism among those in their twenty's and thirty's on to decline in support for capitalism among those in their twenty's and thirty's on top of that more people view donald trump as the biggest threat to world peace and hope of that more people view donald trump as the biggest threat to world peace
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than any other world leader but those behind the poll believe that people are forgetting the past any other world leader but those behind the poll believe that people are forgetting the past the historical amnesia about the dangers of communism and so the historical amnesia about the dangers of communism and socialism is on full display in this year's report we need to redouble our is on full display in this year's report we need to redouble our efforts to educate america's youth about the history of communist regimes and the dean threats to educate america's youth about the history of communist regimes and the dangers of socialism today what we discussed the results of the survey with political commentators of socialism today what we discussed the results of the survey with political commentators in the us media. the authors of the so the service in the
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us media. the authors of the sought of the survey i'm sure were expecting and hoping that most of the people that they i'm sure were expecting and hoping that most of the people that they interviewed most of the millenniums that they interviewed. would have a very unfavorable view interviewed most of the millenniums that they interview. would have a very unfavorable view of socialism a very unfavorable view of communism and that wasn't a rule of socialism a very unfavorable view of communism and that wasn't the case and so their only recourse when the survey did not turn case and so their only recourse when the survey did not turn out the way they wanted to win you know win it in a in a fact show that the majority of them are not the way they wanted to win you know win it in a in a fact show that the majority of the millennial view and socialism and communism in favor always. viewed socialism and communism in favor always when they
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say it's a lack of teaching with their with their basically saying this is a lack of indoctrination because 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 where i live a lot of the teaching within for instance if you live the united states where i live a lot of the teaching within public school systems even you know many private school systems from elland public school systems even you know many private school systems from elementary school all the way to tertiary education ira it's acacia and it's indoctrination and it's rescore all the way to tertiary education higher education it's indoctrination if you go if you're in economists if you're studying to be economists at a at a you know 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 alternative alternative economic systems our 1st you're not learning about alternative. alternative economic systems outside of
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capitalism you're learning how to be a good capitalist you learning how to do and praise capitalism not side of capitalism you're learning how to be a good capitalist you learning how to do and praise capitalism no matter how destructive no matter how one sided it is no matter how much it benefits how destructive no matter how one sided it is no matter how much it benefits the conditions that young people face enormous social inequality indebtedness the conditions that young people face enormous social inequality and debt in this young people graduating from college with tens of thousands of dollars in debt and a young people graduating from college 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 good economy were able to get a decent job or the jobs that are available or in a so-called good economy where you don't have benefits you don't have you don't have job security poor wages you don't have benefits you don't have you don't have
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job security poor wages temporary employment this is the reality of young people unable to even have temporary employment this is the reality of young people unable to even have a family to move out of their parents' homes families and who got there this is how it is owns the. well as the reality of the capitalism of exploit in an age range and young people are getting it and very young people are organ letting us be very clear. in that. in that and that and that really gives this. what is b.b. is behind hum the mind the growing interest group and growing interest in support for her socialism support for her socialism. in this issue kiran is think you can see these up security agencies want you. to see these if they need. them from foreign born she didn't know how to have
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a look at why they are suspicious. of a look at why they are suspicious. plenty
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live live. live live. live live. live just. lift. playing. playing. and a very warm welcome to you you're watching us inside. and a very warm welcome to you you're watching us inside. so what we've got to do is ask. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we
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have it's crazy to confront ation let it be an arms for identify the threats that we have it's crazy to confront ation let it be an arms race in his own spearing dramatic development only mostly face to face on offense very dramatic development only closely i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very chaotic i'm going to exist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk time time to sit down and talk. you know world of big part of the new lot and conspiracy it's time in a world of big partisan lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to
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dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media repeat to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop uses 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 it's time for 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 for the true critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now we're watching closely watching. the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. the hawks.
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welcome back now u.k. intelligence and. welcome back now u.k. intelligence institutions are leading a campaign to warn british universities of foreign spy activity sions are leading a campaign to warn british universities of foreign spy activity in particular they warn that chinese students could be under cover age city in particular they warn that chinese students could be undercover agents hostile see taxes targets and you
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can universities. hostile see taxes targeting you can universities to steal personal data research data and intellectual property and this could be used to steal personal data research data and intellectual property and this could be used for their own military commercial and or through tarion interests versus for their own military commercial and or through tarion interests versus are being given advice on how to minimize the threat and protect key research from hostile views are being given advice on how to minimize the threat and protect key research from hostile foreign actors according to government data the number of chinese students in universities has doubled in the last 10 years and at the same time foreign students do account for on foreign actors according to government data the number of chinese students you care universities has doubled in the last 10 years and at the same time foreign students do account for almost 20 percent of british
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universities income we are students in the u.k. west 20 percent of british universities income we are students in the u.k. well they thought about the idea that there might be spies sitting in on their lectures or they thought about the idea that there might be spies sitting in on their lectures. the truth or if they're making a claim to be some sort of like actual data to back up. i fear so if they're making a claim they need some sort of like actual data to back up i just don't think it's happening though unlike you i don't see it as a shop i just don't think it's happening though unlike you i don't see this issue trying to get i think they're better areas to talk back structures to be she trying to get i think they're better areas to talk of spying structures to be quite surprised actually because you salesman to be an institution where students come to quite surprised actually because you salesman to be an institution where students
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come together and you know share life ideas and disco speeds having chinese spies like in the ever and you know share like ideas and disco speeds and having chinese spies like in the university with you know kind of in. you know of course students to feel you know in the university with you know kind of in. you know of course students to feel the need to be careful about what they say they can't really share ideas your view about what they feel the need to be careful about what they say they can't really share ideas your view about what they'd be doing to much faster would have a surprise that's what this is way too much australia would have a surprise that's what was happening in hong kong. it's going to spread to the world what's happening in hong kong. it's going to spread to the world if you see is a real concern then that could be like a vetting process before like any of us apply to university if this is a real concern then that could be like a vetting process before like any of us apply the universe they can check on like
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background history just like you know how they do in jobs like their systems they can check on like background history just like you know how they do in jobs like their system check just to make sure we don't like some database for the government work for a very purpose check just to make sure we don't like some database for the government work for a very poor be trying to do the same probably not subject to me. so fair game trying to do this. probably not strictly. so very very. well the u.k. government spokesperson did confirm to r.t. that security. well the u.k. government spokesperson did confirm to r.t. that security agencies are indeed working with universities to protect them from spying though they did agencies are indeed working with universities to protect them from spying though they didn't suspect i see china as the party is the threat protected it will start right at the beach referring to scientists joseph chang is
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the campaign could make it harder the genuine chinese academics to carry out the campaign could make it harder the genuine chinese academics to carry out their research abroad. the strange subspecies their researcher brought. these strong subspecies against china may well constitute a serious office that golding's china may well constitute a serious office that go to normal oh vanny exchangers. to normal oh danny exchangers. one understand step 2 day the united states and some western one understand step 2 day the united states and some western countries are now spending tremendous efforts in screen name countries are now spending tremendous efforts in screening these exchange
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programs and he becomes much more difficult and these exchange programs and he becomes much more difficult for tiny soccer band mates with chinese people straight 3 students to end it all tiny soccer band mates with chinese people straight 3 students to engage in exchange for a way to engage in studies. in exchange for a way to engage in studies. in western countries general subspecies now constant in western countries general subspecies and now concentrating on china may well spread to other countries taking on china may well spread to other countries like russia and certain countries considered unfriendly russia and certain countries considered
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unfriendly was to do night the space. was to do night to space. other western countries. ok let's look at some openings in other western countries. ok let's look at some world news in brief now starting in pakistan where the number of dead in a train fire has risen to separate starting in pakistan where the number of dead in a train fire has risen to $73.00 over 30 are injured officials say a gas cylinder belonging to appointing $330.00 or injured officials say a gas cylinder belonging to a portable stove exploded the fire has now been extinguished cortical stove exploded the fire has now been extinguished. elsewhere spain's acting prime minister has been met with protests while campaigning in catalonia people there are ging him to engage.
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elsewhere spain's acting prime minister has been met with protests while campaigning in catalonia people there are ging him to engage in talks with the restive regions ministration they are angry over the recent jailing of problems with the rest of regions ministration they are angry over the recent jailing of pro independence politicians and since the dutch construction workers gathered in independence politicians and listen to dutch construction workers gathered in the hague on wednesday they're unhappy about anti pollution regulations claim that the hague on wednesday they're unhappy about anti pollution regulations claim that they are too strict and could make construction work impossible we are too strict and could make construction work impossible meanwhile in chile people are protesting against the president sebastian pinera antigovernment protests in chile people are protesting against the president sebastian pinera anti-government protests
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initially erupted over hikes in public transport face the latest rally test initially erupted over hikes in public transport fare is the latest rally in santiago demonstrators carried the figure of the chilean sing it to how he was millions santiago demonstrators carried a figure. the chilean sing at victor how he was murdered during a military coup in 1993 an activist who sees him as a symbol of during the military coup in 1993 and activists to see him as a symbol of peace and social justice. so that space social justice. so that's the thing that brings you up to date back again with more news and the headlines in the news is the thing that brings you up to date we're back again though with more news headlines in about 30.
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is broadcasting around the. god has been around the world and covering all aspects of our global economy in the 21st century i'm christiane walling covering all aspects of our global economy in the 21st century i'm christiane washington here's a look at what we have in store for today the federal reserve has one here's
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a look at what we have in store for today the federal reserve has once again cut rates after the u.s. economic outlook remains shaky professor richard wolfe again cut rates at the u.s. economic outlook remains shaky professor richard wolfe lends a hand today to break down what does that mean for the future of finance in the states and around the globe and today to break down what does that mean for the future of finance in the states and around the globe. for their currencies further into the mainstream regulators are beginning to take. their currencies further into the mainstream regulators are beginning to take serious note of the technology jeffrey tucker of the american institute for economic research joyce of serious note of the technology jeffrey tucker of the american institute for economic research joins us so today in studio to help us sort through the safety concerns in the coastal states amid the still today in studio to help us sort through the safety concerns in the coastal states amid. that is to let's go and.
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we have a package that is a let's go and dive right in. the u.s. economy grew at a 1.9 percent annualized rate. the u.s. economy grew at a 1.9 percent annualized rate beating expectations of 1.6 percent but still below the already weak 2nd quarter per expectations of 1.6 percent but still below the already weak 2nd quarter print this 3rd quarter report reflected increases in consumer spending household investment this 3rd quarter report reflected increases in consumer spending household investments and exports while business investment inventory investments decreased personal comments and exports while business investment in.

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