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here in the evening in the russian capital top stories now in this hour naughty syrian activists over new crackdowns despite the capital of president assad global pressure on his ruling. in the u.s. protesters determined to stamp out corporate greed take their grievances to the doors of the wealthy as a key business of trying to employ elections. in ukraine's former prime minister faces new charges two days after she got seven years behind bars for abusing power gas contracts with moscow. coming about with about fifteen minutes from now in the
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meantime giant corporations getting richer and the expense of american taxpayers is at the core of the occupy wall street movement which is now well into its fifth week one new york times has been with the protesters from the very beginning and he shared with r.t. the disappointment and frustration behind the outcry and that interview is next. occupy wall street has now entered its fourth week of demonstrations and this movement has now been used for this nation in forty five fifty two hundred cities and over the past few weeks many well known names have thrown their support behind a movement in my current gas wrapper after this and revolutionary immortal technique thank you for joining me thank you for having me on the program within the first few weeks you came down here to speak to the crowd from what i understand
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you were very bothered by the fact this movement was being marginalized right now for one week into a mainstream media is down here we see all the satellite trucks around why do you think they have been going to report about what is taking place here and for a country you know there's an old phrase in the media if it bleeds it leads you know the more shocking the more outrageous it is the more that they want coverage because they know that all the stations the smaller media outlets the blogging sites those sites that may not be necessarily mainstream media but have the attention of millions of viewers are starting to actually pay attention to what's going on here which one is which is one of the biggest expressions of democracy in the past few decades here in america and i think that when that is clear and present in front of everyone to see it becomes blatantly obvious to some of the larger of media senses that they're not even giving an ounce of coverage to it it
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makes them look even more biased than they already are i think the kicking point might have been the arrest the mass arrests of nearly eight hundred people peaceful protesters on the brooklyn bridge it took place i know you've been very outspoken about it and of the police brutality i think that very much the police brutality when it hit the when it hit the internet became viral because you saw a bunch of defenseless people that were simply expressing their freedom. to speak their mind in a public place then they were penned of when they were sprayed down they were obviously not in danger of harming any police officers and then all of a sudden you see the church coming out warm warthen and seemingly unable to be held responsible for anything that they do almost as if they're above the law and that is very exemplary of exactly what has continued to fuel the fire here at this protest is that the people there on wall street people that are in government are refusing washington was all of them but
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a lot of them are refusing to acknowledge their responsibility and what caused all this you know listen come from nowhere people didn't just decide to get up and be angry about nothing people are seriously concerned about the direction that our democracy is going i want to ask you about something that new york city mayor michael michael bloomberg sad about this demonstration he said that these protesters are trying to destroy the jobs of working people in new york city mayor michael bloomberg said that this administration is not productive do you think that this is. an illustration of disconnect when you think about no i think that's a perfect illustration of a connect his connect to wall street bloomberg is what seventy five percent or about owner of bloomberg l.l.c. has a sixteen billion dollars stake or so down the wall street this is business of course he feels threatened and he's going to do whatever he can including making the police more and more confrontational to elicit the type of negative response that
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he wants from these protesters he wants to goad them into violence he wants to make them argue amongst one another he wants to find issues of race religion sexual orientation but that he possibly can him and people like him to exploit people that are coming here who just simply want to express themselves how is this anything but a democratic expression of freedom of speech and democracy is something very alien to that fraud mr bloom. what should we do should we just we just completely ignore our god given right to assemble here and to question our government when the entire american we love america and we refuse to see it destroyed by the same people that have been corrupting it for the past countless number of years i believe that there are lots of people that are willing to put up mr obama's second term on the altar of the marchese if he's not willing to listen to the same group of people that were honestly trying to believe in the words he was saying when he claimed. that he was going to change things in this country which haven't changed too much on this well
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this is clearly going to become a part of the twenty twelve election season this is gotten so big it is spread so far and why us president barack obama did speak about this and said he understands the frustration of those taking part and i'm sure my faltering heart is frustrations that you know in two thousand and eight this country was ready to go up in office obama was not the the great unifier he was the great pacifier. he came in here and said no it's going to be ok i'm going to take care of all this it's a care of all of them this is not hatred towards him this is not a denigration of him as of me but he knows the system he has to stand up for because he's had to to what makes the momentum actually that the u.s. to step aside from the occupation side from the visual what the people in egypt when we start costing them money and we start bleeding them down that's when they get the mess that's when they get it through their heads oh my god no they've
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discovered the magic way to deal with us all the problem here be is that i see a lot of potential i see potential that needs to be harnessed i see people that i understand the reason they have an elected leaders but i think that there should be more spokespeople that go out and have the actual full message of this group that realize that the corruption that has existed in this system would be to. look at this nation they see republicans completely in the hands of corporations democrats pandering to them nonstop we see them also involved now to the president as part of expanding war was expanding occupations not standing up for human rights you know being blind about several global issues that are important to people here because they reflect on our democracy what we do outside of america defines our democracy here i've seen a lot of people online suggest that this movement if they were to take some action should go so far as to either pull their money out of banks or stop using credit
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cards it's not i'm not promoting any ideas here while asking this question but it is something that has been suggested do you think that the second bad idea is a lot better than the first of using credit card at the even though we have to have a cohesive strategy to pull this together i think that there's a lot of real brainstorming that needs to happen because if we make one move we need to be focused on what moves will be made against us you know this is a chess game just like the united states chess game in the middle east where they're willing to give up a few points but what they really want to peace is they're willing to trade a few lame duck presidents because what they really want is the main characters of the bill you know they're willing to trade the foreign bengali he's for. the other guy used to be a player mubarak became a pawn what are they will. the bishop gadhafi go. now they want a queen iran out of the secu chess game i don't think that they're not playing that
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here is. we have to not only be focused on what the next move but what the reaction to what the reaction of our next move is we have to think ahead of the game this is why i said there should be more brainstorming sessions here and i'm not so sure they should always be in public because i think honestly that we're not the only ones watching this would be a fool to think that there aren't people involved here. around this area there aren't sleeper cells or agents that's not me being paranoid that's just the truth you know the first person the first black person to ever work for the secret service agency was agent eight hundred his job was to infiltrate the movement of marcus garvey if they were thinking like that back then why wouldn't they be thinking like that and i think what's most important is that we don't get frustrated or angry or upset or lack the patience to be able to deal with this movie there was a there was a sign out here that said you know police offices you're one bounced check away
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from being out here with the rest of us to look at a lot of people think they're angry they're screaming at cops but you're going to stand there just working class individuals whose their boss the mayor the mayor is get money with wall street he's literally. he's closer to wall street than america is this you know me. that's that's his home and those are his people when they die you pours out a little liquor for them so when he says something to the police commissioner the police commissioner says something to the white shirts and the white shirts kick down to the soldiers it's similar to what we see in the most brutal parts of the occupation of iraq and afghanistan the most brutal parts of that war soldiers held accountable for terrible things that have happened within the confines of the war but no officers no generals nobody that implemented these policies nobody that said hey you know what take him into the back and cut his hands off until he tells me what i want to hear or two she can't stand it so she gives us the information that
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we want but that's only attributed to the contractors to the soldiers not to the upper levels not to the cia memos not to the people that wrote that which is right when i look at cops this is a certain amount of cynicism that i have when people say oh they're all evil they're all we can know they're not evil then we can the people that are innocently following orders if they don't follow the rules they'll lose their job like the sign said you know one bounced check for being right here with the rest. busta and i think that's an also big difference in this movement at the to the arab spring it's the difference is that in the arab spring there was a concentrated force of security forces whether it be military or national guard i decided to join with the move because those are the people they were literally saying well these are people that are being told by my government that i have to go to war with other countries to protect and yet now i'm being told to attack and kill the same people at some point everybody has a question what they're doing and why they're even here what they're doing is their job if they're being expressive their democracy and
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a greater question what do they ever really do to be considered an american. if you fall out of a play in new york or new jersey or kansas that's why you're an american but you have to stand up when you kumin rights in your civil rights that you have the question of government and trying to infringe on your civil liberties did you ever try to reform a government that's done nothing but this country try stealing from people constantly. if people come here from the opposition people love consistently been a part of taking advantage of the people that are here that are upset at what we're doing because it exposes what they've been doing this whole time which exposes the corruption behind closed doors then we know we're on the right and i'm telling people right now that i'm going to continue to come back down here to this movement i was here when i started out i won't be here when it finishes because it's never going to finish because we can never stop reforming our democracy the moment that we stop reforming our democracy it ceases to be
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a democracy the moment that the revolution stops that means the revolution has been betrayed we're here to stay and we're not going anywhere. the leeches and discovery specie. communicate with the wild. test yourself and become free. see what nature can give you. a very warm welcome to you this is your news today protesters on the walls streets
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they are. ladies and gents a good chance the chance to sit together with the status of the human experiments get exploded. because you will see this rap music awards it goes to the movies lately trying to make sense of global economy and it's all changelings us financial temple each of the pieces clamoring to maintain our confidence in markets and taking on the primitive wants to be seen trade imbalances with c.p. nations close to collapsing the subprime loan foreclosed homes. to fail so we play banks again feel a little like things us crash seven and smash the ceiling seeing flames it's like christmas in the shops is an open street the i.m.f. constructionism just programs increase saying the total economy.
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will. bring you the latest in science and technology from around the world should. we go into the future or covered. stores this are naughty syrian activists along over new crackdowns despite lawless crowds in the capital president assad battles be global pressure on his rule. in the us protesters determined to stamp out corporate greed to take their grievances to the tools of the world as it cues big business of trying to buy elections. and ukraine's former prime minister faces new charges two days after she got seven years behind bars for abusing power while citing gas contracts with moscow. for joining me join me for more on those stories and less than fifteen minutes from now and indeed other developments in the meantime the sports news is next with dmitri.
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hello there welcome to the sports something eternity's groups have a company again our top stories this hour. thirty three thousand saw the point to russia's gymnast rhetorical nanos the difference between gold and silver. the path to london is open spanish david ferrer has the right play at the final a.t.p. a bounce of the year while rafael nadal fails to make it into the quarterfinals of the shanghai masters. and. australian cases could present himself with the best possible gift by winning the season's championships on sunday. and in a scandal is a rising in russia with automatic qualification beg for euro twenty it's well the country's football team are now looking to fill their time with friendless but according to pick apart russian clubs are already failing to achieve bartending
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over their stars for international duty so. we'll sometimes actually about it. because so we can play to find images next game in the world from some owners so i don't understand the way they think because i think they have to think about. because it's very important so we are willing to think about the gloves well so we only play one game and we don't they are happy but for really be against because he wanted to play a much tougher position on the french you could playing recently against the likes of iran it's on a trajectory the opposition base of your is getting much tougher in prison we know . already but we still get. over mission tomorrow so i can also fall to. the point. carter had stated last week that if russia didn't make it to
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appellant in the ukraine he would step down as national team coach but with a team qualifying group they have a say until next summer at least and the country's four billion in place of that. i don't card is a top level specialist he's a very consistent problematic and goal or interested person and to make it even better he's a winner if deal runs out in july next year but it has an option to be extended and i can't see any need to change that. are you or twenty uprising teams have found out their playoffs fate in krakow su world to come bronze medalists a creation i had made obviously hoping for a better draw the clash between goose hitting smear and sloven birches charges such as a bit and making ending to the qualifying campaign elsewhere first time players and to estonia will play against ireland but ever in the world have called for their encounter are threatening to overcome denmark in group h.
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another seeded side the czech republic will face more than a growth of the first leg pictures. will take place on the eleventh and twelfth by the return leg of the plate on the fifteenth of november. to the domestic game now where their final steps have been taken to move the russian primally coned in line with the rest of europe this season from twenty eight twelve on words were picked off in the autumn with a final match has taken place in a late spring richard about portland's has more on what this will mean for the club's. living the original with the new russian premier league champions. however this won't be the case this year in fact the winner will be confirmed to me of next year as the country school in calendar is undergoing a radical change to bring them in line with the rest of europe. he'll format off and put russian clubs competing in europe and disadvantage as once they reach the
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latter stages of the champions league or europa league this season was yet to start . however the remainder of the continents were already half way prove a campaigns and we're in a much better position because it will help us immensely moving to the new calendar clubs found it difficult previously to compete with the top clubs around europe in the latter stages of the european competition is however then should now be a lot easier for us one has to be put on a level playing field the clubs will carry on playing until the end of the current championship and maybe then every team in the page thirty games. however bend it will be a splits two games taking place in a bend and remains well for march and so many chiefs thousand and twelve to four month winter break confused well if you take a look at the current table and of the clubs remain the same positions at the end of the season the top eight so that they need to angie would play java home and
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away and fight it out to see who is eventually crowned champion and who qualifies for europe. however at the other end that's cost not just home again they were played each other twice with two teams relegated to the first division in the season the binchy finished in me and you have to be it will be really hard for the clubs at the start as we will have to play a lot of league games as well as trying to fit in european competitions as well but in the end it will be worth it because you'll be on a similar calendar to those playing in the majority of europe that have been concerns about the new calendar putting the clubs at a disadvantage in the unpredictability of russia's weather conditions however the spears should prove to be unfounded and you championship will come a pretty much the scene gates are currently used because of the winter break and on the contrary by the alternate two thousand and twelve russia will join the rest of europe and playing in a season that finishes in me which completely dougherty in moscow. and to recall
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more has won all round till at the tasting gymnastics world championships and the russian theme male gymnast claimed thirty nine point three four nine points she made no mistakes during her teen. to stand. down. of the united states who claimed the gold american athletes want a spot making several mistakes on the an even and a floor exercise where the thinnest only thirty three thousand points of camilla china sea are young so the bronze medal. in tennis world number to rafael nadal has been knocked out of the shanghai masters by florida in the last sixteen the top seeds planted last the first set on a tie break and the second he didn't have a lot of chances to fight back john when the world number twenty three claimed it with two straight great six three this most means that makes it second consecutive
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year yes failed to reach the tournament with violence. this is. me. was it if it was the season with the same. system for me you know it's kind of lose this affects. some of today's. in the meantime scott and them are advanced to the quarters so i think carter was so missed this very switzerland after winning the first set six for the brit lost the second group six to be decided by the same school i was i suppose shanghai paul is australian qualifier. there has built his place in this season ending a.t.p. world tour finals in london so it was because i was trying to wear a bit compare tread on in the last sixteen in three sets one six seven five six
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two the final score their. final end. to progress into the last eight of the americans needed only two sets to send for the spanish opponent packing six three six four tended. to the world of engines now where case is stone is looking to complete his fifth successive moto g.p. victory at home in the australian grand prix on sunday meaning he could clinch his second world championships prior to the race stoner like himself take a rest and enjoy sort of trap fishing ahead of the weekend's action as a fourteen point lead over defending series champs or held their own self spain the other man came from a winning this season title. rider needs to score ten points for me. to seal this year's championships stoner turns twenty six on their bracing day at phillip island so there will be the best present for his birthday. you know it's
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figure imperial ways look forward to come back to you know i think you know most people enjoy their home course as a little bit more stress a little bit more things to do but in general you know a little boy would be looking for a little. holiday shino going to be our first time here in a hundred. and we'll see how we do but you know last four years we've been pretty successful and attract a lot of fun. some we're going to have to wait and see when the weather is usually . formerly one giants mcclaren will have to wait another year at least to see its driver slip away that's off the subject some thoughts all secured his second straight crown with red bull last weekend five races where the champ and says the man who was his nearest rival is satan i never thought he'd win the church of interest and i thought he meant to no sex. rated this year he has driven superbly you know he hasn't really made any mistakes and he's been super
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fast everywhere we've gone. there's always he had a great crowd base and we were with a guy but he's the best request because it's like oh. yeah he's the he's difficult to beat when you win you don't quite have the performance but. you know i think where we're a very strong team and if anyone can fight back it's there for us. ok that's all the sports news for the moment thanks for watching us could. discover its beauty. communicate with the wind under. test yourself and become free. nature can give you.
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