tv The Listening Post 2019 Ep 30 Al Jazeera July 29, 2019 7:32am-8:01am +03
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are killed in northeast nigeria and attacks carried out by suspected book fighters . doubling down on baltimore president donald trump steps up his rhetoric on the u.s. city as part of his attack on a black congressman. hong kong city center under siege as police fired tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters. and airstrikes in seriously last trouble stronghold of it libya intensified despite u.n. warnings of war crimes being committed. we begin in nigeria where as many as 65 people have been killed in a suspected boko haram attack on a funeral this happened near the northeastern city of my degree in borno state.
president muhammad do bihari has condemned the attack and ordered a military operation to hunt down those responsible boko haram has killed thousands and displaced millions in the region over the past 10 years the button that caused him to get it yet he made a huge turn to us. as. wendy he would have a few minutes of police. chiefs then they went after him. today. and we can get more on this now from ahmed idris who is in qatar in a state over the last few months especially the last 3 or 4 months we've seeing us picked up a rising cases of attacks by boko haram on. positions as well as isolated villages and the miller crizal region jerry cameron and chide have conducted joint operations center some extent they have there was able to
guesstimate the population or rather the numbers a book on fighters on both the lecture side and on the some be printed up some of the supporters in the lobby some country so the new directive by the president will probably mean that the military in northeast nigeria will step up their operations against these fighters eventually we will hear. moderate complain i'll go quite on 5 years but the rainy season by the way and it's difficult to conduct military operations in some of these areas because they are waterlogged and heavy military vehicles can hardly penetrate some of these areas so the question is how much higher power can the government commit to do aerial surveillance aerial bombardment of these places and that's one of the best options before the militaries in the region now to talk about quite. well nigeria's
government has banned a shia group a day after it was classified as a terrorist organization members of the islamic movement of nigeria have been marching in the capital abuja calling for the release of their leader abraham's exactly has been the tension since 2015 despite a court order to release him the group says at least 20 of its members were killed in this week's protests i am and is our tendency it is not an organization it has never been registered anyone in any state of the federation it does not exist legally is the legal body. you know do prescribe we are going to appeal and the home of the judge who did that that he did it out of ignorance. ok let's move on to some other news now a new u.s. president on trump is once again being called a racist after launching a blistering to char attack on an african-american democratic congressman and the district he represents the comments have sparked widespread outrage especially from
residents of baltimore also in jordan has the support president of the united states don't trump is the president of the entire united states but residents of baltimore maryland are angry trump has called their city quote a disgusting rat and rodent infested mess he's a horrible president. and says he's racist and he's roger land. he's an embarrassment to what our country thinks that we stand for having been overseas and you know it makes me you know a bit embarrassed for the country trumps lamp baltimore and economically and socially diverse city near washington as part of an attack on its longtime congressman elijah cummings cummings leads the committee investigating the president's political and financial ties he's also criticized the president's immigration policy trump called cummings corrupt and quote
a brutal bully there is nothing racist in stating plainly what most people already know that a larger cummings has done a terrible job for the people of his district and of baltimore itself. he also attacked the house speaker nancy pelosi the daughter of baltimore's former mayor on sunday the baltimore sun called the president quote the most dishonest man to ever occupy the oval office and said it's better to have a few rats than to be one the mayor also weighed in we're not going to ignore anyone degrading. no one even the houses only black republican condemned trumps attack allies or cummings and chairman cummings is someone who i have worked with closely on all kinds of legislation he is someone that cares passionately about his community and has been working tirelessly his entire adult life on behalf of his country and his community and he is someone that
he can defend himself a senior white house official defended the president's attack on cummings i understand why but that doesn't mean that it's racist the president is pushing back against what he sees as wrong it's how he's done in the past and he'll continue to do in the future but in baltimore the public's not having it because the downgrade everybody knows. the fix the problem is that a downgrade. a message to the man who was supposed to be promoting unity as part of his job rosalynn jordan al-jazeera washington. the andre or is a professor of political science at jackson state university and joins us live by skype from jackson in mississippi president trump the democrats that are pushing the race card in the race agenda. now dad was also governor of baltimore so it's a blanket criticism of the state how much credence is there to that comment.
well paul let me just say that. these were his comments that were strategically deliberate intentional and it's a classic example of a politics i don't 1006 is a political scientist he shot snyder so just that you know politics is rooted in conflict and whomever to create contagion that can bring those outside groups to their party can win the contests and best case it was a strategy that has long been used by both parties actually but specifically have so graceful strategy which is known as the southern strategy and that is to be able to use language that is not overt but it is subtle and in this particular case he uses language with respect to discussing a lot of the comics use language like border patrol border patrol clearly makes references to mexican americans they also use the language of dangerous this goes
back directly to 1968 when richard nixon used words like crime to associate with african-americans who were in communities where there were. bronzing that were taken place because of some of the violence that was taking place gives african-americans so this language has been you throughout the history of many lives been used by republicans in the recent years to try mobilize southern voters but now this you know carried over to american voters ok but if we move away from perhaps the crass way that president trump past been targeting. targeting alija cummings and baltimore the fact us remain and that's a point that the president does make and has. kept does make is that baltimore is one of the poorest states in the u.s. it's a 5th of this population live below the poverty line and it's 2 and
a half times more 6 more in poverty than the rest of the states national average so is there some credibility to what he's saying and is this the way to address that. well this is a part of the strategy again i mean this is a case where the president is priming those voters he uses these cubes and this phrases that he use you know was dangerous and he used the border patrol and that resonates with voters because when they do see some of these urban areas and the term urban itself has been used as a symbolic reference to african-americans and you know if you go back to say ronald reagan who used the word welfare queen to describe you know black women who were on welfare this was a clear case where he was not making an attempt to use a term to demonize african-american females and to use this language it creates
these or what ignites these cues that white voters have in their reference bands or psychological reference bands that are associated with blacks and so base or you know negative connotations that have been used to create stereotypes of african-americans and they have great staying power ok. elijah cummings. a known civil rights movements later someone who has championed the black rights what do you think is going to be the fallout from this from the back of population as i guess the political spectrum. well i mean the fallout has already taken place you know based on a number of incidents that you know donald trump has you know been a part of in terms of attacking you know women of color siding with whites apprentices and this particular case again you know this is delivered by the president because he's trying to create a case where ethnocentrism you know rise it's likely place where you have an end
group where they end group loves and group and that they dislike that out group and he's trying to create a case where he sees that there's a browning of america america's becoming more brown black and brown people and he's trying to create us versus them and that's t. the fact he's trying to create it us versus them if he can try and you know create contagion where you move these moderate whites into a us against them then the republicans win and this is clearly its efforts to win the white house thank you joe myers deon dreyer a great to speak to you and get your insights thank you thank you for having me well in another development in washington the u.s. president says his top spy chief stepping down that coats will resign as the director of national intelligence next month his departure follows weeks of speculation after a public disagreement with donald trump on foreign policy like how to hustle.