tv Shadow World 2018 Ep 1 Al Jazeera December 23, 2019 3:00pm-4:01pm +03
and the similarities of cultures across the world so no matter how you take it al-jazeera will bring in the news and current of the matter to you al-jazeera. how they're enjoying with donald here in doha our current top stories on al-jazeera saudi arabia's public prosecutor says 5 people have been sentenced to death and 3 to 24 years in prison in the case of the killing of saudi journalist. but a top aide to crime prince mohammed bin solomon and the most senior official implicated in the crime has been cleared of wrongdoing the identities of those convicted hasn't yet been released or the closed door trial was held at the criminal court in the saudi capital we add to malcolm's shoji was murdered in the saudi consulate in istanbul on october the 2nd back in 2018 the crime prince says
he had no prior knowledge of the operation saudi arabia's public prosecutor said the murder was only decided once jamal khashoggi was inside the consulate yeah but i am in the hole that the investigation is carried out by the public prosecution revealed that there was no provocation not murder at the beginning of this assignment it was a spur of the moment action when the leading negotiator inspected the consulate premises and it was established to him that it was impossible to have the victim may he rest in peace transported to a safe place to continue with negotiations consultations were made with a leading negotiator and it was agreed with the perpetrators to kill the victim inside the consulate mohamed says own has more now from an attack. we particularly spoke a few moments ago 2 years seen he's a member of parliament for the ruling party and he was the 1st one to report. showed you was missing after he was contacted by his turkish fiance.
yes seen act saying. this is. just a continuation of he said the. very lies tissue of lies he said that was coming from riyadh and said that this was nothing that was going to a peace as he said the friends of you who are going to continue the search for justice and he also said that the chief prosecutor here in turkey is continuing apart a little process and that this will continue and if it has been unable to provide justice then it would be incomplete of poland to step in and provide of course turkey has in the past asked for the extradition of believed to have been evolved
in the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi but that has not had any favorable results that was ultimately rejected by soda and if it looks as if the reaction from the government is going to be along the lines of the marble fundament . india's main opposition congress party is holding a rally against a controversial new citizenship law demonstrations are again ramping up in the capital new delhi and several of the state's prime minister narendra modi's defended the legislation which opponents say discriminates against muslims in india . 3 days of national mourning have been declared in algeria following the death of the army's chief of staff the 10 general ahmed guide sally suffered a heart attack was regarded as the most powerful man in the country following the mass protests and resignation of longtime president of dillard buthe frica back in april kmita said rail enthusiasts usually celebrate the opening of
a new train line but the 1st direct rail link between russia and the crimea is being described by critics is a violation of international law russia's president vladimir putin is on board in all kuwait the new rail line the 1st passenger journey will run from st petersburg to crimea's largest city sebastopol the u.s. and e.u. impose sanctions on companies involved in the construction of the road and rail bridge which was built without the consent of the ukrainian government preliminary results show is because dan's ruling party has won the most parliamentary seat so far after sunday's election the liberal democratic party hasn't secured an majority quite yet those are current headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera after shadow world see later.
still. we are at war. i'm responsible for the deployment of thousands of young americans to battle in a distant land. some will kill. and some will be killed. and so i come here with an cute sense of the costs of armed conflict. filled with difficult questions about the relationship between war and peace and our effort to replace one with the other. thomas it turns out the most. you know i need to make it all.
there were 5 months in a world war one both sides were in trenches they were just mass slaughter across the landscape men were standing up sleeping they were in their own feces and their dead comrades were sitting there no man's land they couldn't even get them and bring them back for burial. it was christmas eve and a german high command sent little christmas trees it was like a stage set all of a sudden across the german front you saw these little christmas trees lighting up and then the allies heard silent night being sung by the germans and started applauding. and then all of a son a couple of guys on both sides get out of the trenches and start walking toward each other. and expected any moment to pull back it's a machine gun zipping up and. and within 2 hours we were walking about and often talking and it was nothing like. hundreds get out of the trenches
then thousands get out of the trenches and they embraced each other $100000.00 men . no man stands phosphoric see as graeme attack that the west memphis talk shaking hands exchanging names addresses after the war wrecked one another. about it back in your trenches you know jumped the generals b. i must've seen it and got a bit suspicious so what they did they gave all of those for about 3 of guns behind us to file an offer shish so i had their revolvers but the japanese you know was not stopping their water again or we were christian i'm told.
this was a war to end all wars. this was a war to make the world safe for democracy. at least $21000.00 new millionaires were made in the us millions and billions of dollars would be piled up a few. in mission makers shipbuilders meatpackers. and let us not forget the bankers who finance the great war. to turn blood into gold. and their profits were secret as they were. all of them are looking ahead to war. i stand before you tonight in my red star chiffon evening god.
base softly made up by fair haired gen. with. this extraordinary deal between the united kingdom and saudi arabia in which ronald reagan wanted to sell the saudis billions and billions dollars worth of equipment but these radios stopped it and congress wouldn't approve it because they feared the saudi would strengthen israel. handed the deal of the effectively to his political soulmate margaret sacha un soon not. very effective.
when. the saudi arms. deal we really started to stumble on a central feature of british politics over the last 30 years. has been at the heart of many of the great. i was always pleased to see him when i was prime minister because he brought sure. she considers saudi arabia as a strong friend and would be willing to support taking them with whatever the kingdom needs and of discussion from there on everything else was. he explained to mrs thatcher this was a deal with saudi arabia and therefore things were done differently. they
wanted $43000000000.00 worth of weaponry that was $6000000000.00 in commission. the false majority what most people understand as bribes. we'll continue to work together against the terrorists who threaten the way of life of pacifists. one day i thought right and it was a man to look at it coming i'm actually he said i've been working for a travel company and we had a kind of slush fund we used to distribute to saudis and other arabs when they came to britain for be all to help the path of alms deals along. and he told the sex workers stories that when saudi military officers would come along he would present them with canteens of cut through that was something that they liked another thing they liked was girls so he would take about the town and
get them girls. to be honest it seemed like quite small being here payments made some of them from rather on as manic activities and in chips david talks about cooldowns that sort of thing there's only 2 things that count in business my friend money and sex the rest you can write as much as you like is absolute garbage you can measure weapon beautiful the president's secretary. because they're more destructive you just take it to the what the hell you are talking about. and that is sometimes all that is you need. to use an escort agency called launches because of the specialties of the chief of staff of the army like blankets or because. we had their secretary of the embassy come and review the photos she said i want this one i want this one i win this one
i win this one i had the girls i arrived one day before and i said you're old i know you will be paid handsomely for this but do me a favor if you get any people thought that is relevant please bring your cross because i could use it and for each interesting information i will give another 2000 euro bonus so with 60 grand i signed the contract with 3000000 so it wasn't ideal. m m i phone rang again. it was another whistle and he said you have no idea what it is that you're getting into here. and he said this slush fund is much much bigger than you realize our job was to look after the really high level people those who used to come to england who were being bribed essentially by be a people of the level of the head of the saudi air force who was a royal prince. we would fly the 2 of us angelica's and they would buy cars dresses and it wasn't shopping like you would i would think in the end when they gather
together all the shopping we would charge an entire jumbo jet to fly it all back to saudi arabia it was in the attempt to try and trace through the bank accounts who the ultimate beneficiaries saw that the case became really very serious is the trail appeared to lead towards senior members of society royal family. the most outrageous example was that maybe 80 i don't want it to go that way with prince bandar at one point i made him a present of a huge commercial airline had all of his very. which he promptly have painted in the gray and silver colors of the dallas cowboys who were his favorite american team i mean is the fly around in that quite cheerfully. case centered on establishing the ultimate beneficiary of exceptionally knowledge amounts of money paid by big sherry spaces for consultancy said
decisions. there's evidence that mark fashion this is that your son got 12000000 in cash for his work as a fixer. this is a start and i know. this is who know what it is really beautiful up and it's also amazing if you want to sell on the market and you're looking probably about 3500 euros and why you keep it in the house because it was all her and you can do that legally. yes and no but you know more or less you care as long as it's in the house. it is oh sure the shot of the neighbor . i don't know the us money i don't mind paying bribes to politicians it's part of the deal the thing about politicians is that they're very much like prostitutes but
only more expensive. polities is it dated by the whims of the arms industry politicians are nothing more than sales reps by their friends that have as much power as a middle ranking executive and want to martin ident of the day they do with the tolls. when an executive goes to bribe a foreign official he says to himself look i've taken a lot of risk to take this $5000000.00 that i'm paying to the prime minister of x.y.z. who makes an arrangement with prime minister of x.y.z. . i'll hand over the 5000000 could you take half of that 5000000 and you send it to the following bank account in churchill and wilshere in the floor. the 1st time an executive does that and he collects $2500000.00 he says wow this is
a good business to be and within moments of that realisation he is no no longer in the business of selling airplanes he's in the business of selling bribes and he is now scouring the world for somebody to find to bribe. its. head to feed. it it can. chew through it. i. had to do. them see what it's from. this is out example. i play. each child. each kisses. on foot by.
8. with. a megaphone running jep. this was somebody who said you have no idea what you're getting into he said this whole be a thing is much much bigger it goes right to the very top what he had was something that you never see as a journalist swiss bank records of international cover payments going all over the world he showed me how be a set of a whole system with lloyds bank under which they channeled secret payments into a british virgin islands offshore company called red diamond from red diamond the money went into this guy swiss bank account and he then used it to distribute to the local politicians taking a big chunk of himself of course we don't i can assure you we don't we and i believe most companies all to the business of labor's policy as you suggest above sums up what they do employees of government it is just the way the business is
done. we were actually able to publish what was the most dangerous story the prince bandar had been given not just the plane but over the years a total of 1000000000 pounds we did not invent. corruption i mean i mean he would have been and they had hanky panky and they had to go down to ed so i mean this is this is human nature i salute you prince of state run and a friend. how do you screen. of course none of us are greedy it's only the other family's grief. this the world runs on individuals pursuing their self-interest. all those people who believe that greed violence etc these primal so-called primal instincts other religions things and everything else is a social construction they've lost their mind and for the last 50 years at least
policy has been made based on the assumption of greed and it's ruined the world. every. path generates believe there is new nature of society so you have to nurture individual is i don't accept that at all i think there are very many good public policy initiatives for creating society. in the beirut they're saying allude to you. there's a committee is in a k $47.00 kalashnikov. a society that decides that the bulk of its budget is going to go to arms manufacturing building of a military eccentric the have made a moral decision that militarism is more important then the creation of wellbeing for the population. this is not the world i want to live in i want to live in the real world and the real world is peopled by real emotions including love and generosity. my god if you want is
freedom the freedom of human beings of individuals to pursue their own set yes i think what they term freedom means is economic license and economic license and those who control property and those who control capital has in fact been a threat not only to equality but a threat to the freedom of peoples all over the world and not only in europe and the united states but nafta in asia and in latin america i want you to name me any society in which you have any large measure of that freedom where capitalism and free enterprise has not been the predominant mechanism of the free enterprise system has spread through the force of all and send those on through wielded by governments that was government intervention under the name of the free enterprise system but a government intervention which destroyed the freedoms of many people not least of which of the people of chile.
from the 1950 s. all the way through the 1970 s. the cia and the us military were engaged in covert actions throughout central med america throughout africa really throughout the world where they were assassinating populist leaders they were backing up right wing military juntas funding and arming death squads like the contras in nicaragua our battalion $316.00 and under us and i and there were these spate of assassinations across the globe. in countries like mine people have been killed to be quiet to know that any day any time you're going to be killed you don't know how but it's coming. we were fighting in the league and still we are fighting you know body guards mines that don't want to work going inclusiveness they just take
a. action is not only about taking from india but taking from the people. even to dreams take on the next. the last half of what is called the cold war i don't know it to be a very hard war for many parts of the world. from the standpoint of want it badly and would cause the victims or what i would think of really as of people trying to make their own futures. there was an attempt in the global south to create an alternative imagination for people. but in the early 1970 s. this attempt was destroyed and it was stopped through a real genuine attempt by the global lot to take over the institutions of the world including the world bank the i.m.f. . souls not simply that the bible of the south was incapable of carrying forward
their dreams. it was a very strong word these dreams were assassinated. it's not just the one off killings the coil or the cool there. it's the entire dream that had to be killed. to be sure to do less than to be a book on our own aren't going to or much else. to live by i asked him but are any mere mere holy orders true or a loser will be because on the the end. looksee your children should be the one dust got a person on the most if they meet by these. when i said kind of guy is here. the
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what people expect of us and that's what i think we really do well. hello there i'm julie wood all here in doha our current top stories on which is iraq saudi arabia's public prosecutor says 5 people have been sentenced to death and 3 to 24 years in prison in the case of the killing a saudi journalist jamal khashoggi but a top aide to crown prince mohammed bin solomon and the most senior official implicated in the crime has been cleared of wrongdoing closed door trial was held at the criminal court in the saudi capital riyadh jamal khashoggi was murdered in the side a consulate in istanbul on october the 2nd 20 team the crown prince said he had no prior knowledge of the operation well the spokesman for saudi arabia's public
prosecutor said the murder was only decided he wants jamal khashoggi was inside the consulates. and the whole. investigation is carried out by the public prosecution revealed that there was no provocation not murder at the beginning of this is a sign meant it was a spur of the moment action when the leading negotiator inspected the consulate premises and it was established to him that it was impossible to have the victim may he rest in peace transported to a safe place to continue with negotiations consultations were made with a leading negotiator and it was agreed with the perpetrators to kill the victim inside the consulate india's main opposition congress party's holding a rally against a controversial new citizenship law demonstrations are again ramping up in the capital new delhi and several other states to prime minister narendra modi has defended the legislation which opponents say discriminates against muslims in india . 3 days of national mourning have been declared in algeria following the death of
the army's chief of staff it said in general ahmed guide salai suffered a heart attack was regarded as the most powerful man in the country following the mass protests and resignation of longtime president sees beautifully back in april . tens of thousands of syrians are fleeing towards the turkish border after a new round of airstrikes by russian and syrian forces on the rebel held province turkey's president says his country simply can't cope with any more refugees preliminary results shows because don's willing parties won the most part of. our after sunday's election but the liberal democratic party has secured and i was right majority yet. those are your headlines up today the news continues here on al-jazeera after shadow world.
transaction with iran. and the select committee on secret military assistance to iran in the nicaraguan opposition will come to order congress began to address what they perceive to be an insanely out of control series of covert actions with little to no congressional oversight we have been supplying lethal weapons to terrorist nation involving the us government in military activities in direct contravention of the law and lying to the congress now i believe that democracy cannot survive that kind of abuse. and people like dick cheney and donald rumsfeld who are relatively new to government at the time did not like when congress said we need to step in and confront the national security state and what's become a very out of control kill program cheney then went on during the reagan years in the eighty's to serve in congress and when the iran contra scandal broke out into
the open cheney did not like congress being involved with anything that the executive branch was doing. and you had this is utter scandal that emanated from the highest echelons of power and the reagan administration was acting as though it had nothing to do with it i've told you all that i know and you know the truth of the matter is for quite some long time all that you knew is what i told you to. do with. our witnesses morning is mr robert mcfarlane the former national security adviser to the president. mr mcfarlane will you welcome you to the committee and we look forward to your testimony. mr mcfarlane. did you have any discussion about the possibility. of in effect farming out the
whole contra support operations in nicaragua to another country which will call country run yes that's correct and did you in fact succeed in obtaining money from another country. which we'll call country toe. that's correct. i had a practice meeting periodic lee who was the official from the country true about assistance we could provide some cases arms sales. and he intended to provide a contribution of a $1000000.00 per months to the contras through the end of the year. you have no problems working with the cia we have no problem working with the united states government and unless the cia does not work for the government then i think we have a bigger problem there are many cases where some americans are question that you
know well thank heavens. not in connection with. i think that there was a substantial shadow government trying to run for if they actually united states. these events have been characterized by some pretty strong statements we've heard talk of a grave constitutional crisis and even been treated to talk about a coup in the white house not only does cheney sort of defend iran contra but he argues that iran contra is actually a model for how the u.s. should be conducting its national security policy he is a radical subscriber to this notion of the unitary executive effectively what you're doing is saying on certain parts of american policy we don't have a democracy we have a dictatorship. as a matter of fact i was. very definitely involved in the decisions about support to
the freedom fighters my idea to begin with. in my opinion there is no justification for further restrictions on the power and flexibility of future presidents. the national security leak today is mostly composed of people who hit the revolving door multiple times during their last nomination of richard b. cheney to be secretary of the friends is they make a name for themselves in the private industry and then they come into the go. this revolving door keeps the national security leak very small and very wealthy. and increasing its wealth as it goes up the chain to the extent that then when you get to the top as cheney did then you can become a member of the plutocracy that runs the country to this is an impressive crowd the haves and the have more. money commissioned
a study by halliburton to find out how much more of the defense department could be privatized proud to serve our troops palaver was he laid to get this $1000000.00 contract and of course returned a verdict that oh mr secretary lots more of it can be privatized. dick cheney leaves the defense department and goes and heads halliburton himself and he spends the entire 990 s. building up the how important war empire well if we're going to talk about star wars we might as well invite darth vader i. am. happy to accept. when he comes back into power as vice president and then they start hiring halliburton to you know in advance even if u.s. troops going into iraq. snellen equipment was being deployed to the gulf it's hard
to look at this and not say these guys had a very long term plan for how they were going to increase the powerful infrastructure of private companies. what we've essentially done is to create a network of corporations that have the fire power of small nation states that could you know overthrow some small governments around the world. in essence we in the united states have privatized the ultimate public function war. going on and not want to get on the market right now even obama's of the the time of the like food. you know munitions as good as going through known so by the things you know you do think. it's just.
you can treat. in iraq that if this feels and i say teens where firing 6000000 dollars within seconds coming back we are me and going up again. there's no hope of any harm because there's always a small kabul of people for more really really good business. it doesn't matter that we're losing the war in afghanistan albertan could care less it's good for them good for profit. i don't mind here in the interim. i don't want this have the words or the.
bad luck i was told at about 5 really good them off and i know there are your i see a lot. to get to the bit. where we've undergone a corporate coup d'etat in slow motion coke approach at all since all 35000 lobbyists in washington they write the legislation they write the bills. all it takes is one phone call from somebody on the hill to someone in the pentagon saying hey turn on the dogs the hills out to get our program the guys in the senate are on
board we need you to turn on the gucci shoes guys to straighten this thing out because you shoot guys been the lobbyist. and what this does is just lock the system up and that's the whole name of the game it's it's called political engineering and i'm like political science political engineering is real. one of the most important things dunder stand it essentially creates what we call a self like an ice cream cone. and it's like a perpetual motion machine for getting ever increasing defense budgets the way we do it is by downplaying the future consequences to start a new weapon we over promises performance under promise it's cost we then systematically spread dollars jobs and profits to as many congressional districts as quickly as possible so that everybody has skin in the game. the people who are invested in this state or people like the largest defense contractor in the world lucky more than they will die before they see it going to.
going to change the world. we're probably already working. what did martin basically do you assume unless you look to push them to goals you know in all branches of the government and to the whole. and this is the group that make them if you will go you've been to school would. fiscal year 9992.3 trillion missing fiscal year 2001 point one trillion missing the pentagon has claimed year after year that the reason it can't account for the money is because its computers don't communicate with each other one trillion $1.00 bills stacked high would reach nearly 68000 miles into space one 3rd of the way to the moon. i got a phone call from the f.b.i. saying that i was a target of
a death threat. and that's what happens when you go against the big boys who has the contracts today to make those systems communicate with each other and how much have the taxpayers paid for them there are times that corporations do things they should not do in which case they tend to be suspended for some period there are times then that corporations can get out of the penalty box it is you know any was never in the penalty box if you could proceed to my 2nd question please the 2nd question. i forgot what the 2nd question was. in the vigils operating in the shadows and never having their names called are able to leverage the power of the military and the foreign policy apparatus for their own personal pick uni ery in. what's now who's the enemy
on but i don't know but he decked years he made a mint of a dorian out of the many guys who were no further than your let the analysis. which you see mean this is tony dances and similarly i'm going to see mean you know better you don't know either our foot on the dealer. but i have a nary doubt. when i say we i mean are even they let our money earned to that extent i am in a fabulous i don't mother this delusional must see what i want to see most of us in i live in assist those for me. is a see in me from the mental demand look rumana see see your. get the we and i nak bendin she on the get a 2nd a bit earlier her lack. of
i think that the most basic level when we realize how we've entered into. a permanent state of war like what often proponents of. counter terrorism on a global scale think of as a long war but a war without end something like that. and i think that what we've accepted is a political regime that is stained by fear is a very old very old political tactic i mean machiavelli asin the prince is it better for the prince to be feared or loved and his conclusion is because the locus of fear the the source of fear resides in him in the prince it can be constant for his rule whereas the locus of love resides in the people it's in their
power and so for them could be tossed and long lasting means so much already opens a question that he probably doesn't provide us the answer with what would it mean to have our social arrangement like the basis of our social choices. be founded on love. i don't think one has to justify the cost and nature of the national security state one just has to keep the people fearful enough to support it but what i want to bring to your attention today is the potentially much more sinister nexus between iraq and the o. kind of terrorist network. every word in that speech was gone over by the director of central intelligence and his deputy director after so it was nothing that i made up it was nothing that i stuck in there and in fact some people tried to stick extra things in there that the intelligence community wouldn't verify with multi-sourcing and i said no powell grabbed me physically which was unlike him
and drug me into a space at the cia at langley and said throw all the material in my presentation about terrorism out cut it out out this amount this is just within an hour george tenet the director of central intelligence made a spectacular bombshell presentation we have just learned from a high level al qaida operative under interrogation about significant contacts between baghdad smoot of our ought and al qaeda. this was devastating. here's the director of central intelligence telling the secretary of state that he has interrogated evidence well the secretary turned to me and said put it back in. al qaeda continues to have a deep interest in acquiring weapons of mass destruction as with the story of the
kawi in his network i can trace the story of a senior terrorist operative telling how iraq provided training in these weapons to al qaeda later i learned that that was shake out libby that had to happen just instantly happened it happened months before that he been water boarded in egypt 20 did this no u.s. personnel were present and he had recanted within a couple of weeks and we never would tell me about that every statement i make today is backed up by sources solid sources these are not assertions we're giving you are facts and conclusions based on solid intelligence we were indisputable we were allowed to. at this hour american and coalition forces are in the early stages of military operations to disarm iraq to free and some people and to defend the world from grave danger as karl rove famously said to this reporter you know you guys are reality based communities we make reality by the time you figured out
you know what's wrong with our reality we've moved on the creation of another reality did you sell or cause to come into the possession of saddam hussein weapons of mass destruction did the united states sell to him absolutely not. iran iraq was on such a scale and i was on the iranian side and i went down to the balcony i was actually given a gasket and so let me take the train back right away up to town and the carriages with crimes with iranian soldiers had been gassed someone just cause aggression and one man who was reading. it was so he put a handkerchief to blow his lips. gradually to cargo's became permeated with a sort of 36 mile and i realized it was the smell of the gas they were coughing up from the lungs i was going around the car does open the windows and the night air is trying to clean the train out of the smell of obviously chemical.
after 2003 i was being attacked on radio shows especially from america you know complaining about the american invasion or you proceed on i said excuse me i was on the train of iranians gassed by the iraqis and the chemical components came from the united states at the very time that you all rumsfeld was meeting saddam you were meeting with saddam hussein i think we have some video of that. of that meeting tell me what was going on during this is what did you get this video from the iraqi television is on the wacky television when did they give it to you recently are we back then we dug this out of the c.n.n. library i see isn't that interesting. there i am.
our war on terror. begins with al qaida. but it does not in. this very phrase war on terror is a rational line saying. a war on more. when the serious fraud office launched an investigation into all the crimes that we were covering it turned out that many of these arms deals have been forced through by tony blair personally he said there's a case you don't send me. once you start a war. you open a kind of pandora's box you don't control it it controls you in the in the fog and being so odd man i gonna stand on it and i am on camera i am.
today there are good terrorists and bad the bad terrorists those in yemen who the united states deems to be a threat the good terrorists those who are in syria the joke here is we've been there before. i mean if you consider the of the honest on story they have learned nothing. today if i say that the saudis are giving money to groups that are insane here that are not only models so the. people who say you are a conspiracy theorist. american song review put $1000000000.00 each to give them training equipment we out of that was
so clear to all those people to go we had. peace that's what we want freedom and peace no doubt. the doctrine that has endured from bush to obama is that the world is a battlefield and that the united states has the right to go into any country around the world to conduct what they call kinetic operations lethal operations regardless of what international law says if you're a small state like we were for 150 years in in essence these are these spain france england even russia you've got to be exquisitely good at diplomacy you got to be able to talk yourself out of lots of things and make deals and compromises and so forth but if you're the world's head human you don't deal with anybody you smack him you your military and you smack him.
they wanted $43000000000.00 with the weaponry that was $6000000000.00 pounds in commission. there's no hope of a name off because there's always a small cobbles people for really really good business. in essence we in the united states have privatized the ultimate public function more shadow on al-jazeera.
hello again or welcome back to international weather forecast well it's going to be quite rainy here across parts of southern brazil over the next few days we do have a frontal boundary that is moving up the coast very very slowly so south pollo rio de janiero expect to see the rain lingering here on monday as well as into tuesday temperatures staying into the mid twenty's across much of the area probably on christmas day we won't see a break from the rain either over towards a sense and plenty of sun at $3011.00 is that it's though the temperatures few are going to be going up but that's only going to be lasting for the next 2 days so on monday 30 degrees it is a little bit above average for this time of year plenty of sun on tuesday but by the time we do get towards wednesday it is coming down to about average at $26.00 degrees there well across the caribbean we're looking at a frontal boundary that is coming in from the united states plenty of clouds pushing in from the north and with that we're going to see some winds as well as a change of air mass once that front does push through but until then we're going
to see a lot of rain for nasa for heaven as well as down here across parts of billy's once up front pushes through by the time we do get towards tuesday expect to see some much better weather but it will be a little bit cooler across much of the area dropping down to $24.00 have been a still clouds in the forecast for nasa but over here towards cozumel a nice day at $25.00. the weather sponsored by countdown and. teach it strong man and he's ruining within a fine faced on the silence from his allies is deafening the u.s. was perfectly happy to trade off tomorrow. for security why are western leaders turning a blind eye when even the citizens have forgotten victim to his repression executions torture or censorship is not acceptable and you won't hear such strong words from let's say berlin or paris or london and in cairo on al-jazeera i mean this was different to see whether someone voting for someone if it really does matter when
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