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unprompted uninterrupted says the 1st round school girls are those who work. for him and in fact. if you like to think that their national is not as ugly as someone else's national park one of the unscripted. i'm sam is a. look at the headlines here now dizzier now india has reported over 300900 cases for a 4th straight day started overwhelmed hospitals are begging for oxygen supplies as the country's health care system buckles the white house has expressed deep concern and plans to urgently deploy additional support just in the capital new delhi a person is dying of coded every 9 every 4 minutes there's a throng of has more from new delhi. mumbai and delhi have some of the best
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healthcare infrastructure in the country and yet here in the capital we continue to see the entrances to hospitals filled with desperate family members begging for their loved ones their loved ones to be admitted being rejected because hospitals are full and we're hearing reports of people dying outside hospitals dying on the footpath outside hospitals waiting to be admitted to the southern city of bengal luger which is also one of the richest cities in the country it is an i.t. harb it is known for its medical tourism is also now running out of i.c.u. beds and that will give you an idea then of the situation in much poorer areas like the most populous state or 3rd for their age or like could be hard where it's much more difficult for people to get to hospitals there you know who
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often have to travel tens if not hundreds of kilometers to actually reach proper hospitals that have the equipment that they need and we are seeing cases rising alarmingly in india's most populous state with the predation cases a more than 30000 a day now and with there predict like most of india still not conducting enough tests we also have a discrepancy a very big discrepancy between the number of deaths the official death toll and the predation also in other badly affected states like garage and madhya pradesh doesn't add up to the number of bodies which are being cremated a number of co the 19 patients and their bodies which are being carried out of hospitals and being brought to cram a toy and burial grounds. doctors in iraq say at least 27 people have been killed after an explosion inside a baghdad hospital fire burned through ward work over 19 patients were being
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treated so understood an accident calls for an oxygen tank to explode so out of 14 has the latest from baghdad. the fire has already been put out the surviving patients have been transferred to nearby hospitals but many of them of course have been severely injured and we understand that the death toll may still rise and of course this comes at a time when iraq is battling a surge in covert 9000 infections just last wednesday the country registered the highest number yet with over 8600 new coronavirus cases which was the highest since the onset of the pandemic and the total number of cases have now exceeded 1000000 coronavirus deaths are also rising in argentina as hospitals struggle to keep up with the number of patients more than 500 people are now dying every day doctors say a variant of coded 19 1st detected in brazil could be behind the sudden rise in
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cases joe biden has become the 1st us president to formally recognize the mass killings of armenians during the ottoman empire as an act of genocide biden said his intention is not to cast blame but to ensure it never happens again turkey is rejecting biden's statement summoned the u.s. ambassador to encourage in protest armenian prime minister nicole passion and says it's a powerful step towards justice. there's been a night of violence near the a locks a mosque compound in occupied east jerusalem. restrictions on gatherings during the most and fasting month of ramadan syria's oil ministry is blaming israel for an attack on a rainy an oil tanker the incident sponsored log file which is now being put out israel declined to comment its al-jazeera investigations now stay with us.
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i. in episode 2 with how to sell a massacre polina hanson's one nation party is in america it's. called. the will sure if. they're in search of millions of dollars from the us come they'll be the sort of number you guys seem to think i'm to get 10 obs one. they want the cash to buy control of democracy in a strange. chair because i think. we can help. with the rest of the gulf you know ahead of every different side the only
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way for us to stay free is by having whatever cuts the tax cuts. one should use coached by the national rifle association on how to make a straight against belief they need more guns now to break down the narratives that people react to gun is it to make if there's something you need in the. jealous feeling you. need to have every single school in america going to be in the point next program and by that. i mean armed security more guns more guns we're going to change and change. you want to put messaging out there will be people out here even at your stand one nation one state mission to america to be kept secret. of the public of public lives or got to work for plot to kidnap a neighbor. think that they haven't made it like that at the time maybe about do something. and they visit one of america's wealthiest political donors
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a month and child of a couple of months ago we had 8 weeks of momentum revulsion for toughness of magic . previously in how to sell a message of good i would say it says diana just released one nation party arrives in the u.s. capitol but a very busy way coming up. the mission to make friends in america's multi-billion dollar gun industry and to source millions in political donations while they're at it. for the country. one nation has almost dismantled roger to help set up key meetings in washington. roger is the public face of gun rights astray an organization calling for the loosening of strict gun laws there. is if you're a person or
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a meeting the 1st their annual meeting as pretty as candles would tide following a messenger in the town of port alpha a gunman killed 35 people with an eye out 15 assault rifle. automatic and semiautomatic guns were banned in a struggle in what became known as the national firearms agreement hundreds of thousands of tons were destroyed since not in 96 and 0 mass shootings of people that's not new to the asylums instruction. the n.r.a. feel is the straightest lose main spy of american politicians to follow suit it's the left wing anti gunners who literally point to australia using the mainstream media as the shining model as to why we need gun bans and gun confiscation raja's connections to the us gun lobby have lived next to one nation's in a circle. the party's chief of staff james ashby hopes gun lobby donations can lead
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one nation to electoral victory. would be. el al if we took it to 6 you know all of them are directed. to you man enough. actually. you a 20 you're on a lot of houses and i. don't know that it never. gets yeah i. dropped the bomb. but roger isn't who he claims to be he's working undercover for me peter charlie. i'm a reporter from is here is investigative unit we created gun registration as a front to infiltrate the pro-gun lobby and to understand how they operate a guy's right i won here louisville and there are a conference they soliciting the season. over 3 years roger filmed with concealed
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cameras. can you go the hundreds of hours of hidden camera recordings. and yeah you. can out of those already live where i work. at the hotel in washington d.c. the one nation delegation relaxes with broacha as it prepares for potentially game changing meetings with the gun lobby. and the happy that the media is well out of sight. i always thought i'd done a lot of truth about somebody and i got him to do what he would get and see that's why you went up so it was like you know it stuck i'll. take. james ashby is a key political strategist and chief of staff for the right wing party. he wants
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the n.r.a. to provide one nation with its electoral clout and know how to. use or whatever that's one stock to up to to behave so i see. but that's right if the focus will be for folks who. are going to search. his colleague steve dixon dreams about what he do with lots of money living like a drug lord with an arsenal of guns. i'm going to be given the right to feel their actions and you are not the ones 20 progress on the ship that we went. right through to push everything to the out of the middle of the guns and everything but just that's what if they tell us should stop it and we can protect ourselves just because. dixon leads one nation in this trillion state of queensland and he's a candidate for the senate in the upcoming federal election. he has
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played a key role in helping reshape one nation's firearms policy. we had but one policy in life lou it's what he wants what plan to make things better for registered shooters want to acquire one. town fence vote on said. we're on your sawed we want you to be all for shooting the best you can. in an interview for the gun rights astray your website the one nation party leader said today's gun laws make the innocent will phone rable only jane is taking a nap and dancing to fatten jeanette papal connection allowing for most to actually have the firearms. for years pauline hanson has been pushing a populist anti immigration agenda. i believe we are in danger of being swamped by asians. good publicity stunts including wearing
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a burka to poem and have led to accusations of racism because this is not. what should belong in this column and. everyone now and famous should have some knowledge and have a handle of the. i am how to protect themselves because i don't trust our government's failure to do it for us. what we say here it would probably translate their we say that the right to protect and defend yourself is a god given right. the one nation visitors a being schooled in public relations by the n.r.a. media liaison team. just for an mortons an off as an argument for gun ownership that can be used beyond the united states the right to protect and defend yourself exactly now is fighting hostage really doesn't come from the constitution determines just guarantees us but it can to god. if your it person
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or so you share as a right it's a god given right. one of the p.r. team's biggest challenges is how to respond to a mass killing. the biggest one in recent years was the newtown shooting where the little children got shot at in elementary school. there's somebody shooting in here did you know. i had like 7 loud booms and it didn't he just told us to go in the corner. so carrying on. really george in your pronounced dead at the school there were 2 they were transported to area hospitals were pronounced dead at area hospitals. and. people are now asking when there will be a debate about america's gun laws. the press was how he and how he this organization for some hope he would make
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a statement like comment maker common law right that's at the end and the organization what they'll be debate they'll be delayed the n.r.a. will say this is not the time to talk about it of the 26 murdered at the sandy hook elementary school 20 with children aged 6 and 7 the gunman used an eof 15 assault rifle near the chechen anybody who went on the ground mr martin has closed the door and he went to the corner 1st graders. and no time. every time i think about those kids it gets me mad. and then decisions like responding on this kind of shooting are happening at the very highest level and they were not responding not responding. whilst some of tried to exploit tragedy for political gain. we have remained respectively silent. and then and then when not here held
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a news conference in which he basically said we're holding pla we're not going to cave and. now we must speak. for the safety of our nation's children. politicians from passed laws for gun free school zones they post signs advertising. and in doing so. they tell every insane killer in america. that schools are the safest place to inflict maximum am with minimum risk. however nation's priorities gotten so far out of order. our society is populated. by an unknown number of genuine monsters.
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people that are so deranged so evil so possessed by voices and driven by demons that no sane person can ever possibly comprehend. when we're not here to the press conference i thought they're going to come out and say this is a mental health problem and the n.r.a. recognizes that and we are going to put in a $100000000.00 into mental health research and supporting mental health services to the wrong people don't care because. we need to have every single. school in america immediately deploy a protection program proven to work and by that i mean armed security more guns more guns more guns ching ching ching ching ching sick because sick is not it is so sick. because people are dying. and already reacts to criticism by trying to generate positive stories about come
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under shipping it till one nation that the 1st step is to co-opt willing reporter. you know somebody who maybe least year or so i worked at a newspaper maybe was over in city hall or fired for her. last dose side advises feeding reporters information they need to write junk princely stories. will turn up stories about people who were robbed of their own vision a whatever might be that who didn't know how they got it done i'm not going to be able to words and it was better i was going to go to my alluding. to make sure you set up let's carry a pro-gun message and i'll raise p. how to go scribes articles for them. will pinch a guest call logs in the local papers a lot of times we'll write down for like a local sheriff in wisconsin or whatever anyway he'll drafted or she will help us
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track it we'll do a lot of the late work because these people are busy and this is our job so we'll help them and then they'll submit it with their name on it so that it looks organic you know that it's coming out that you know that we will have a role behind this. campaign it will be fine it's been about it back to me in this is for many years is the arms innocence stories these are our own members like in order to send us a newsletter from their local t.v. station. awareness is used as a firearm tied themselves or something else. we start crediting a vigilant gun owner with saving the life of an upper darby cop and if it wasn't for the good samaritan stepping forward he'd have been dead meat. he's our little storage and there's sort of little snow this year alone cashier at the local convenience store i was fired protecting style. these stories
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happen every single week and you'll never hear about them from gun grabbers when you see these stories sheriff. those are good because they're short and they kind of get you outraged calling the outrage of the week. we have after getting. important to a strong recovery in the house by the presence of you every time there's a story there are. things i wish you put out there maybe a tweet or facebook voters but are not allowed to own their own little defender of all the both guns save lives gun control does not that's despicable in the same way to back going to street told you you're not going to get cancer if you smoke cigarettes they lied to you and we know the largent. and you want to put
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messaging out there believe people out of mad easy to understand the n.r.a. till's one nation to engage members with a simple message exploit anger and fear when you start talking about issues that get too complicated and think too hard to lost their lives and they can get to like the american flag on my thoughts we all get out that easy. this threat is real. leaders. riser entry or unwilling to protect you there is no better fire on the from their homes against realistic threats than a ar 15 semiautomatic it's easy to learn and easy to use it's accurate it's for a lie. why can someone own can they are 50. you can't legally own a tank in america you can't legally own a r.p.g.
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you can't legally own nuclear weapon why do we have restrictions on the don't. we never say well it's ludicrous we never say it's a gun ira it's a right call. viral the key thing is that the 1st thing well that's what they are they don't let you know it's a dangerous thing when you look at a lot i assault rifles. for people drowning pool. and they are 50 is one of the most effective tools available to protect yourself and your family get trained and learn how to use it your safety is in your hands. that they are 15 is the weapon of choice for a mass shooter and that weapon should not be on the streets of this country. the same weapon used next to bazooka use next to a tank next to a r.p.g. in war m 16
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a ar 15 the same weapon one can shoot faster with the trigger held down when you've got to pull $100.00 times in a minute the bullets the same the damage the same the brazed a blow out is the same the heart that explodes is the same in the bullet it's it the organs that separate are the same. let's look at the gun still. there and don't. call in the name of a gun. dixon till's a salesman that semiautomatic weapons including the 15 were confiscated in a stranger following the port arthur massacre 0. 000000. 000000000000000 while before. syria matter. for. the salesman had he's own story about johns and politics what
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we've seen with getting elected into office jails if there has been a rise of nut jobs like there's a lot more scary people on the cross not of people that think whether it's true or not they feel like they're in a much more sent leave political climate so they're coming out of the woodwork staring a lot of big. holes frightened people feel by johns the whole they want comes. here every little more than buying guns for the 1st time or getting really no buyers minority buyers we've got a lot more they'll be. as evil are recognizing are you willing that they're in more danger they. are exactly themselves not in unity not reality hamish not my granny clinton gun who are not my kid i do student who's got a full time job. dixon meets a woman whose experience he believes will resonate to destroy you this was not
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actually ended but it's good. he later recounts his story which he thinks could be used to inspire women to themselves back on. she got 100 by a documentary half. wrong. you'll go to a little ball of. this is there if you give money and. then when you're on. a particular family. who. it's right. to tell me if they. are going to that. now under cover roger discovers that the fear of being attacked even obsesses members of the n.r.a. . better be carried out and. they don't have guns.
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water and. weapons in case the guy gets. their security guard. brandy graham is a senior federal lobbyist for the n.r.a. . she fears her office will be still going to come into this kind of thing you think then you're the person i don't have a chance if you're unstable why would you want to run and when you think this they think that it's just crazy talk. and that it wouldn't matter to. him it seems the good news. for him says she feels vulnerable wherever she goes when i get it right there i think it's down $93.00 if i meet in that one hour out. in a flash back but there are myriad i might know that i'm going to get it.
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put back. the next just an asian for the one nation team is an organization representing gun manufacturers in america. they discuss their constant battle against anti gun campaigners. trench. larry t. is this. vice president of the national shooting sports foundation. you can't image. that. dixon says they need to work together to combat the rise of political correctness for throwing it out how. to kill the culture of it's lucky not to watch the series. as the republic of.
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god at work. yes that's true that. the organization includes gun makers retailers and distributors. how do you get confused poultry years eve it get those people to burn it just fits for it it's. the foundation sees women as a key to making guns more acceptable. in the box ok with. them they were sounding as if not was against you. that's just something that's like that's why it. must. be allowed to you know you gotta get. yeah it's a mosque. in town to one nation lays out a strategy for how to introduce soft a gun that was in a stray you. didn't want you to. tell. us that
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you have a lot it's a curse me it didn't used to the pride. and party leader pulling hanson talks about going to america herself to meet gun lobby contacts yeah i'm gonna write it. off yeah. well if we cannot have palestina my government was suddenly not allowed. britain to control french palestine would be an outrage but then we need to find another solution before we come to blows 100 years ago britain and france made a secret deal that would influence the shape of the middle east for centuries to come and so. now we can during the. psych speak of lines in the sand on al-jazeera. teaching or you can
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watch al-jazeera english streaming live all night teaching channel. plus thousands of our programs will be tweeting documentaries and in-depth news reports. subscribe t u g forward slash al-jazeera english. all. i'm sam is a dam and with a look at the headlines here now just now india has set yet another global record number of new corona cases reporting over 300000 infections for a 4th day in a row the white house has expressed deep concern over the situation and plans to urgently deploy support elizabeth brother has more from new delhi. mumbai and delhi have some of the best health care infrastructure in the country and yet here in the capital we continue to see the entrances to hospitals filled with desperate
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family members begging for their loved ones their loved ones to be admitted being rejected because hospitals are full and we're hearing reports of people dying outside hospitals dying on the footpath outside hospitals waiting to be admitted the southern city of bengal luda which is also one of the richest cities in the country it is an i.t. harb it is known for its medical tourism is also now running out of i.c.u. beds doctors in iraq say at least $27.00 people have been killed after an explosion inside a baghdad hospital fire burn through a ward where covert 19 patients were being treated coronavirus deaths are also rising in argentina as hospitals struggle to keep up with the number of patients more than 500 people are now dying every day doctors say a variant of covert 19 1st detected in brazil could be behind the sudden rise in
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cases joe biden has become the 1st us president to formally recognize the mass killings of armenians during the ottoman empire as an act of genocide by his intention is not to cast blame but to ensure it never happens again turkey's rejecting biden statement though it's summoned the u.s. ambassador to encourage him protest armenian prime minister and the called me and says it's a powerful step towards justice. it's been the 3rd night of violence near the a long some mosque compound in occupied east jerusalem palestinians are angry at restrictions on gatherings during the muslim fasting month of ramadan syria's oil ministry is blaming israel for an attack on an iranian oil tanker the incident sparked a large fire which is now being put out israel has declined to comment back to al-jazeera investigations now.
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the one nation team is back at the national rifle association headquarters. not going to break down the narratives that people's reaction to gun use in. their meeting played caroline whose role is to galvanize the n.r.a. has 5000000 members to vote for pro-gun politicians. so we're trying to identify that sweet spot of what a 2nd in that boat would look like so we can deliver a 2nd member admission that specific an amendment to the constitution gives all americans the right to carry guns in many states the 15 assault rifle for self-defense like wrong with talking over your house just prior to your but was childish i think was naughty she just typed it when you have scenario to my question john and. those guns were banned under restraint is national firearms
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agreement following the port arthur massacre in all the an unrealistic goal to wipe out a national gun ban overnight but if you can work around the market what it does it improve the lives down to daily basis it does demonstrate and make him not in again can start making a difference with the belts and tell. her simply that means we have the testicles of the government in our hand at every given thought i. have guns and scale of things to the gate at the end or will be offered to cut my children we still have to 3 to be able to shape. caroline suggests to one nation that owning a gun should be presented as a matter of personal freedom. there is me well especially women coming in you don't have to fire off she just go with a gun but you can't be that choice that right now you really don't have enough to be legislated away. the n.r.a. and pfizer's to one nation's campaign should focus on getting this message to
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targeted sections of the population because he isn't so you get them ask for 25000000 people if you give them to the right side of occupation it's going to create who will take that message and turn active trying to dominate or let's get it to ensure that a lot of it takes a lot of we have our next month or so if not a shocking approach where anything is everything a rifle shot so it sounds like i want to reach out 1st and foremost people like by themselves as supporters and activists then as i have time and resources all expand that to be. the one nation visit his plunder the advice they've received on how to sell a pro-gun message. something why you should have to. have fossil of those guns and trust you have what is your best me if it didn't used to
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the 5. it was still to come and get to. be let's say you're vehement in women's shooting right there graham snaps a picture of her and what i did i was the one taking her stop reassuring women on the label. if you really want to know the person the family tree to remind her of the full recount properly. but if. you've got the current governor you know what time of year he might be are going to get rid of the. it's going to. be
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a shoe not so obvious of the young so. we're given already groups. this will be felt while driving down the street there isn't really . in a mess we're going to change us on station you've got children on we're night on we're tired to the mulch. which will have to do. identify your child. if you feel your child. rushing eulogy for your child. attend a service fee you charge. every child. because that's open to us and. that's my reality and that's what the general public. is concerned. they're not concerned at raj it's.
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all all all. amazing arm of the n.r.i. museum in the in order to stop the stop here from bof one bill there is to run a weapon you gotta ride through this museum it is really really incredible dixon is enthusiastic about guns but he knows it will be a hard sell for these stray and people to accept the dismantling of firearms laws. shootings not a bad thing into a white thing and to die in australia we use it in the olympics the calm welcomes and we should be in touch in young people to want to have a shoot it's a quite short.
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it's ok if he's gets hurt. walks so tough if it's really it's a taste of fish or of the great sport dixon doesn't plan to till the is trillion public the one nation is considering the repeal of the national firearms agreement he suggests the low be whittled down to 5 be it want to go for the end of the journey or do you want to stop the rest of you from the life or up with of it. not it's not enough to stop us. taking it tight right now with the side if we can do something with a then we get another piece of bread and a. really even with roger claiming to support american style gun laws dixon invited seem difficult shape one nation's firearms policy. you know what bullshit rob but comes up with a problem. where you can get a yeah. they're
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not. and if you $1500.00 a hip gathering dixon and ashby mixed with some of washington's most powerful gun lobbyists. and the honest if you know more people talk about god a lemon go if you want to be done stand together we thought want to be there for you push. your man dixon is now clear on the language that cuts through in america's wealthy pro-gun community. and you better get that done we don't have the 2nd amendment in act now. that you know about the petty. as they speak as selection is just months away. dixon tells roger that if one nation wins the balance of power it would be like the party
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holding a gun to the strain in government and. the need to understand about health care is the headline the no no to the back of it that's where she wants you so i. think you get. to them that i get a much quieter the government would then be compelled to pass laws that one nation wants. better one where we are we've got to look really big block for my company. that we don't have that. i don't attach well. members of the gun lobby offered to help stop it we've made sure that you never know. i'd never want you to go down and that's why i never want you to fact i walked over here to somebody i merely for a listen to this i got to go but. i'm still i believe that
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yeah they're. going to hear. through and you will get to know so i want you to know fully that you know i don't speak personally when i have to write the check up if you want to wants on you under wraps right now no. dixon issues those around him that he will do what they want and change the strangest gun laws we're going to stop. we're going to fall off oh no we don't i don't. care we doubt. dixon is given advice on how to pave the way for those changes here's what you need to do this doesn't go anywhere except off get help from us gun manufacturers. have you ever gone to america have you ever gone to your you know what if you need to sit down and be a scout right yeah. he suggests that one nation till gunmakers the amount of money
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they'll make eat fish stray use firearms laws are changed. next year they're going to send literally your next $4.00 to $1.00 of me often dollars while the product goes on sale although nearly the 1st 2 months they would. remove it if it got much in all those people are going to give you 15 from ukraine and. to make jungle was presentable he suggests a degree of deception. and at that point we have a $2000000.00 campaign to get money and she writes not yet writes you're never going to put gun rights do not ever touch gun rights on your and they're going to doubt your eyesight will drop out in fishing rights were to get it they're. going to pass it and you go how could i want you. i love you you know what you just said to me all my life. you are a good man and you know it's going to irish mike doing what i want to. thank you.
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absolutely got to one nation announces it has a meeting lined up that week with for interesting to observe the energy giant koch industries. go to about with their auto body. group or even blog it can do more voted with they discuss what industries might expect in return for a donation. but when we don't converse here do so they will one of them get a war either think about what you need to. be to just about anything or where you need. to be looked up the cart probable i believe well that up early the election. but every night the shell of which can fight. it doesn't typically end up with 500. it goes toward another q i mean the series was between the large and the gone from 45
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the goal to reach but if we get to the point where we can talk about figures what sort of number seem to think it 10 nods to one book ready to start. with and the. inside the cook offices dixon and ashby suspect that he microphones may be used by their hosts to record the discussion they give roger it would if it follows that if you share it if you're on good read on the. next you go on a bit. special. day i know you and i give you good. stereo. rajam out on
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a one off here we make records triple the meeting with the team led by catherine hackett the rick to river federal affairs a coach industries. and a full much employee of the n.r.a. . in his speech the money dixon makes a remarkable author one of the electoral process in a strange if industry is gets the money. watch and it helps me that he's going to get out yet a. tough on when you can chime in and 100 why he won't run the money we have he will among men who really love senator orrin hatch and she really was person called for that person. the green so they're just. waiting. to happen not for mayor but your election i mean think. rules regulations. so i don't knock and they are surrounded sort. with culturally how
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that's viewed what sort of money you're allowed to pay. how we understand that there are no set limits on the actions you are purchasing or not not well there is reporting russia anything out of the $10000.00 in a very large must be one of that's recorded on the website by us by the public luckily ok. it is. nothing that i've seen as money should not have an influence in now. saying as well so i believe fined and i should be stopped and tried playing. 10 weeks out to the one nation meeting with koch industries the astringent synod change the move and bend foreign political donation center to hanson voted in favor of the ban. this no big open eyes sanctions set tonight to one nation i can assure you that
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it's been the hard work of having the fish and chip meetings so we actually have something sizzles. i will. call and wire. potentially there's interest and you and visit some other bokes. with the prospect of a food the meeting dixon leaves feeling upbeat. they'll . clash with your thoughts on this. the following day the delegation discusses roger's role in pushing through changes to the bill. don't you have to work to get your very strong not. it's the frost it's
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a clue for it's something we can. see what. they would through the challenges one nation would face if the gun lobby comes through with funding. channeling that cash through rogers group gun rights a stranger would be a problem. he gets money if it's close enough that. it is good for the local government. where they want $600.00 right but koch industries could provide a more sophisticated option. over. their. heads on top. of. what. the koch empire includes a sort of byzantine set of groups that have been set up to influence politics and
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to spend money on politics but without having to disclose where the money is coming from and the koch brothers were really pioneers in this area and have set up the very complicated networks for money to get into the political system you. know this. much. like you said it was the. 3rd. i've heard it described as a daisy chain. with one group giving to another group to another group and sort of multiple layers of anonymity for the donors. and always. circulating the money so that the law isn't here to technically but that's perhaps the letter of the law not the spirit of the law. should be ones roger to be careful when he communicates about the one thing. trip to washington. having
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a product. that was struck rice used. in citrus well on the city where you see this fish if it is that says it says. he's worried about marriages experience with foreign meddling in elections. all i'm saying. that that russian if it's true that i want to say it's got all of this on the soapbox this stuff brings something broader ashby doesn't want to strain journalists to find out why he and dixon have come to washington. if you've got a. lot of that you have this this and seated on the edge of it in the arts that. is the trip to washington comes to a close contacted by his party leader pauline hanson he says the trip has been
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so sensitive that he's careful in passing on information. to be able to get. their. meeting come up with. something that i think we did get a good idea as he has a message for keeping some communication secret i avoid. people. came up to nitpick iraq have they got the thing that they really needed but that. add something that you wanted to go. there for. you know. they may be keeping a low profile but dixon appears play. eased with one nation's progress in
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washington. i mean it's a t.v. trip it's the big. i don't i think we've already looked the future and all of that before that. he believes that money will eventually make its way to one nation who did the fears and i believe i let you know this between real limits that you set those people to die yesterday i stood at that time we would have offered amends my own not to have. not ready for their membership maybe about this immediate that's up to each other. on this i need to. last this show. you don't need to bring. your last day forward. there are other people on this planet. we can't. back up. you cannot get along and especially you cannot buy everybody in the market because
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there are some people that have got up right there robert i want to play the night . as the one nation team prepares to leave washington ashby's final words to roger were about the media. come jennifer's. not gonna want to. go but your regiment. 3 months after the one nation delegation returned to australia senator pulling hanson joined roger and ashby for a private dinner. so all the old boys. you happy with the boys i did a good job besides custody that's. a discussion on gun laws she told brought you she believes many questions remain unanswered about the port arthur massacre. this is it maybe it's out there but actually it's
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a man and as man turns. out there. was i don't know who it was set up. how it's very always things i know it's there. was here now i'm with. the senators said she wouldn't hesitate to use a gun for self if she needed to. if i had so much time to my house it's time to see me how to tell you i'm. not here senator ensign revealed why she had no trouble with ashby and dixon's when they visited the us looking for the gun lobby money i like oh my god the only good . thing to hear because i fear i'm tired of the right here and is not it is
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not. right that i have to actually take this. to correct let's jump up and get my period of time in peter in. october that would imply that the sizing needs the biggest threat against the now good work area that's what. i thought started it. made. the dinner took place just weeks after the astray and senate banned political parties from receiving foreign donations and we've got a time i. was born dr nice house and i. return. to spots favorite spots where you know the good work or no. tells us despite the new lure ashby plans
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a return visit to america to reconnect with the pro-gun lobby this time she'll take colin henson with him there was a crack up there and. quite a group thanks to the cause a great way to enter ha yeah because we go there with me.
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hello there we got to warming up nicely now across much of the a middle east but some places of cloud want to see showers chiefly across northern parts of the regions that you could catch a shower would say but otherwise as you can see it's pretty much wall to wall sunshine as i see sunshine coming through when it's warm sunshine is well into the forty's for kuwait for baghdad getting into the mid thirty's for damascus and i
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think we'll see the levant just picking up on those temperatures as we go on through the next couple of days further south will be getting up to 38 here in the eighty's 100 in fahrenheit so the temperatures picking up here as well just nice is the possibility of wanted to show was just around the southern end of the red sea through southern parts of saudi arabia just was it western side of yemen join up and show is that we have across the ethiopian highlands some showers there to into somalia and of course we keeping a close eye on our tropical system making its way towards tanzania already filtering some rather wet weather in across the east coast of tansen there a possibility of some flash flooding coming through here winds could cause a little bit damage you could see some significant rainfall coming through the next 24 hours or so i want to these places could see maybe 70 or 80 millimeters of rain and cause flooding.
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