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as accuser wasting billions of pounds of foreign aid not caring where the cash ends up as long as it's seen in a positive light. deploying missiles and troops along turkey's border with syria to help to defend itself from the conflict. the palestinian authority is official the state of palestine to help the families ripped apart by israel's imposed border is. also reporting that. arrives in russia speculation he's come to receive a russian passport from. around
the world online on satellite this is a t. with you twenty four hours a day live from moscow u.k. governments charitable enterprises abroad could be doing nothing to help the world's poor in fact a center right think tank says the billions of pounds in taxpayers' money being spent part of a p.r. campaign to promote the image of the government's disgust with where exactly this cash is ending up. let me give you three quite stark examples the first is the example of british eight ethiopia which totals three hundred million pounds. evidence studies b.b.c. investigation shows that in fact it wasn't used to help poor people it was used by the ethiopian government cements a corrupt hold on power the u.k.
government refutes that saying that the money doesn't even go through the government but according to human rights watch they say it does and this investigation showed that in fact supporters of the opposition weren't allowed to receive food or seeds or fertilizer which is what the aid was destined for a second example is in india a three hundred eighty eight million pound project aimed at improving indian schools the government here hailed as a huge success they said more children are going to school as a result of it but the indian government says that around seventy million pounds of it was either stolen or lost much of it was allocated to schools that didn't even exist and that some of it went to by cause for dignitaries officials in india again the u.k. government refutes that and nigeria thirdly one hundred million pound project improve again the quality of education in nigeria an independent report showed that
actually the results of it had been not to improve the quality of education at all they awarded the project to nigeria their second lowest rating again the government here refutes that same report sources that only visited a handful of schools so it's a pretty damning indictment of what's happening to all this money. vos some of aid money how does it exactly help the image or british politicians. well of course the conservative party here in this country has an image of sort of stinginess and only wanting to help the rich and it does go a long way towards getting rid of an image like that it shows that that politicians and magnanimous sort of make them seem very generous this information does suggest that the government doesn't really care where the money goes or how it's ministers or how effective it is it only cares that it's seen to be giving this city the study is really quite critical isn't it does it suggest the u.k. should stop helping communities abroad altogether i know it's not suggesting that
it's just suggesting that the money is allocated and administered much more efficiently of course this is all happening against a backdrop of austerity at home and many people are saying you know forget forget giving money abroad let's keep it here at home where it's really needed at the moment so here we're saying we're duction same benefits even for very poor people we're seeing tax hikes we're seeing raids on particularly public sector pensions so a lot of people say keep this money at home don't give it give it a broad and the budget is continually increasing it's now going to be no point seven percent of gross national income and that equates to five hundred pounds a year for every household in a lot of people say you know we could do something here at home with that five hundred pounds nato has begun deploying surface to air missiles on turkish border with syria to prove the reinforcements last month after requested support their
claims the move is to help defend its member from the conflict in syria germany and the netherlands are preparing to ship more patriot batteries next week the six units assured would be operational by the end of january but moscow says the deployment will only serve to escalate tension in the region jeremy salt a middle eastern history and politics professor from bill university says nato will have no excuse to use them. there's no possibility at all no likelihood that syria will attack turkey the only circumstances in which those missiles would be used was would be if there were a nato attack initiated from turkey into syria and then of course syria would strike back the situation has changed i mean it's quite clear that from the beginning of this crisis that this anti syrian coalition did want to attack syria but i think that this government state in place for the last two years despite everything being thrown at us the fact the syrian army has not disintegrate and the fact that we've seen every single day in years of most terrible atrocities being carried out by these armed groups the fact these armed groups have rejected the authority of the council formed in doha the fact the doha council has no support
inside syria lives up to the kind of very clear message the americans are particular that they have to kind of change the course in syria and come up with something different i think that libya in particular had a very very significant effect on american thinking because the americans back to these groups in libya and one of them to a panic. and this caused great shock in washington and so when the americans look at the situation and we know that there are voices inside nato that it came from actually nato secretary general anders fogh rasmussen is one of them we know that britain and france you know talking a silly belligerent fashion but the key to the situation is in washington and i don't think the americans have any interest in taking this any further listen i know perfectly well that to actually intervene in syria would trigger off a major regional crisis much much bigger than we're already seeing. faster is held a mass running guns a stronghold of its palestinian political rival had mass thousands of supporters
flooded the streets for the first time in years they were celebrating the forty eighth anniversary of the movement which was removed from power in gaza after two thousand and seven elections many welcome the rally as i renewed a tent by the rival palestinian parties to reconcile and find ways to share power with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is concerned a mass viewed by israel as a terrorist group could take over the palestinian authority political analyst a loss is an eerie says many are his fears are baseless hamas will have to look and to to fight the hand they are in fact i would have to look into the hamas in the eye and both sides have to agree on only one thing we don't need more the consolation talks we don't need more the consolation agreements because there were so many agreement signed between the two parties but not one of them has been honored or implemented but hamas cannot take over palestine the concerns of netanyahu are baseless and groundless he is the only israeli leader who has been
giving support to hamas on not only to hamas but out to every extremist group on the palestinian side simply because he's dumping the palestinian moderates is dumping the leadership of president abbas he's dumping the put the political negotiations with the with the palestinians and he's getting on his own agenda of increasing the number of do with settlements in the west bank even though they are illegally they are illegal under international law he carries on his policies that disrupt every chance of meeting a two state solution between the palestinians and the israelis in the israeli withdrawal from gaza was based on an agreement with the palestinian authority we have we would have seen a totally different middle east today. president mahmoud abbas has officially changed the name of the palestinian administration to the state of palestine but despite this recent status upgrade by the un the nation still remains all but united as it is paula still reports that dozens of families are torn in two by israeli borders. this is the areas crossing one of five land crossings between
israel and gaza getting through here is tough you need the right permission and papers but this crossing does not just separate israel from gaza it also divides families who are trapped on either side of the border these are the tears of a boy who hasn't seen his father in three years mohammed left gaza in search of a better life for his family but what he found on the other side of the border was loneliness and despair and what he left behind destress and fear. i miss my father a lot and i want to see him i'm afraid a lot my father must come back here we must go and live with him but he can't come and we can't go. all they have now to remind him of him are photographs and the occasional phone call. loved me i can't live like this anymore i'm sick i'm having a nervous breakdown this happens when a man is very sad when he has
a lot of pressure on his soul and heart. this family is just one of thousands torn apart by israel's separation policy that makes it almost impossible to move between the west bank and gaza it was only after mohammed had moved that he found out his family could not follow because while he and one of his children have west bank identity papers his wife and four other children don't for reasons unknown to them . it was a big surprise for me they told me there is a possibility of changing it so i sent the papers up until now they have the file but they refused to give permission for them to come i can't give up on my kids but i also want to give them a future. israel says the west bank is a closed military zone and it has the right to prevent people from entering it even those from gaza but palestinians have extensive family ties in both areas and the
policy affects just about everyone and there are a number of policies that explicitly say that family separation is not a justification for being allowed to enter the west bank so even if there's no serious security claim against an individual even if there's no question that that mother is separated from her child that's not enough to justify a travel international law protects freedom of movement and israel itself has recognized gaza in the west bank as a single territorial unit but that's not enough to guarantee something people in the rest of the world take for granted a couple from different cities wanting to get married or a father looking for work. the children miss you so much they hold these pictures and cry when they speak with him on the phone this is that it's enough come back and he says i can't i want to bring you all to the west bank who want to go and live with him it will be safer for the children and they have a better life. that it's a choice no father should have to make to be separated from his family so he can
provide for them or join them and together face a bleak future policy r.t. israel gaza. you're watching on t.v. . is apparently a step closer to becoming a russian is the rise of the black sea resort of sochi where he could finally receive his new passport putting home in a tax around more ahead on that story also. examine how a wave of political correctness is turn america into a hyper sensitive nation leaving many more prone to biting their tongues all that still to come here not. so how much does it take to get into russian politics how many hours of hard work and how many patriotic deeds does it take to become one of the people who make the
decisions and the world's largest country well i'll tell you how much it takes exactly seven point five million euros russia's federal investigative committee has a stablish that allegedly hey of constantine should show from faire russia and the commies prospectively promised for a fee to get a businessman on to their party's electoral lists getting him a spot in the lower house of the duma the investigators have forwarded the state duma an official request to strip the two m.p.'s of their parliamentary immunity and you're darn right they better street have their parliamentary immunity stripped i mean what's worse than government corruption some people in the government being so corrupt they can actually sell the government itself to someone for a fee so positions in parliament corruption and this high of a level needs to be punished severely breaking rocks in siberia or worse sounds pretty good to me tolerating flagrant corruption does not a great civilization make but that's just my opinion.
within twenty four hours a day this is live from moscow good to have you with us this hour the french movie star has arrived in the russian black sea resort of sochi he's apparently traveled there to pick up his new russian passport after he was granted citizenship it comes after he turned his back on his native france in a row over escalating taxes in a question of has the details. according to russian president's press secretary dmitry peskov craned sees it as a preview is on a personal trip to some achieve and there is a possibility of that he might attend an informal meeting with president vladimir
putin and there he might be given his brand new russian passport meanwhile gerard depardieu has already been granted russian citizenship and before that he remembers his french citizenship and move to belgium where we pointedly he has some real estate now this news comes as french president francois juan is trying to push forward a law that will see french citizens who earn more than one million euro piece seventy five percent of their earnings to traps this meanwhile in another french legendary movie i can brigitte bardot is also think of following the footsteps to preview however her movie is backed by a completely different reason now she's also a veteran anymore writes complainer and she has threatened to apply for russian citizenship if french authorities use an ice age peer off the sick elephants at a zoo in new home now explaining why she thought of russia she said that she
believed that president was human foods and has done more to protect the most the benefit for inge presidents all together and she also said the average time she asked something as the animal rights to complain or he always helped her she also called him the president of her heart after he banned the hunting of young seals and indeed president vladimir putin has burned a reputation of a true anymore lover during the years of his presidency and when he was the prime minister. in europe it spanish locksmiths say they now hold the key to a stereotype that's after they refuse to cooperate any longer with the authorities who've been repossessing homes and demanding a change of locks you can find out more about that on our website and. in a fight bring down the crime rate in mexico local authorities destroyed thousands of toy guns you can find out why.
former french president nicolas sarkozy legibly received over fifty million euros in a legal campaign money from the late libyan leader muammar gaddafi and lebanese born businessman who is facing corruption charges says he will provide evidence in a french court some of the claims of previously be made by other witnesses. who is chief editor of weekly magazine l'express says if these allegations are proved to be true they could uncover a deeper trend of corruption. it's true that libya under gadhafi must have generated lots of dirty money with a system in place and poured cash into western countries look at this alleged contribution to sarkozy's campaign fifteen million euros for the presidential campaign expenditure is twenty two million years fifty million that's more than double the leftover money certainly didn't go towards a campaign but instead ended up in someone's pockets but tangible proof is needed as of now there's only a statement by one man on trial who's trying to blame someone else to shift the
attention away from himself which carries no legal weight for the coming up to eighteen minutes past the hour in the russian capital coming your way later in the program online hacktivists keep us society adults. i work for the government i don't appreciate people hacking us social justice is real thing and so something has to be done if you like we have the means to do it then we should do it. people in new york their feelings on a public group of hackers who vowed to be very active in twenty thirty. now some other stories making headlines around the world this hour venezuela's president hugo chavez can still remain president even if he's to will to attend his own swearing in ceremony on choose day that's according to the country's vice president nicolas maduro he said that the court could delay the event to a later date speculation has been growing about chavez's declining health following confirmation that he suffered complications following surgery in cuba for cancer
the opposition's call for new elections to be announced within thirty days if the president fails to return. police use water cannons to disperse angry crowds around one hundred loyalists attacked officers with bricks and pixel bombs in the northern areas capital belfast has also been confirmed shots were fired during the clashes today's violence follows a string of overnight rioting when pro british loyalist brought disorder to different parts of the city in nine policemen and some people to be detained despite their claims they were acting protect themselves from republicans who attacked first. by decision to end the century old tradition of flying the union flag over city hall. hundreds of people have been running in pakistan administered kashmir to mark the day of self-determination commemorating nine hundred forty nine un resolution which said the people in the region should have the right to their own sovereignty protesters shouted anti india
and anti un slogans in a demonstration organized by a local militant group which wants the region to become part of pakistan the area's been disputed by the two countries since they gained independence in one nine hundred forty seven. thousands of people have been left stranded in australia as numerous wildfires rage across the island of tens mania at least one hundred homes have been destroyed and hundreds of locals have been evacuated from the area at least thirty percent of all buildings are burnt down in one community east of the tasmanian capital hobart while roads and parts of the on in still remain cut off by the far as much of the country is currently dealing with scorching temperatures reaching over forty degrees celsius. the. freedom of expression has been one of the pillars of america since it was founded but the modern phenomenon of political correctness means one person's freedom of speech could be someone else's insult porn or examines how candid expression is turned into a touchy subject. america is
a country that pioneers freedom of expression but is the rising tide of political correctness reigning in the right to say what you think white people do or. do you actually speak their mind it's almost as though you have a sort of a code to follow sometimes you want to call a spade a spade and sometimes you want to call it trouble according to risk news and poll the majority of citizens think the u.s. is overdosing on p.c. turning the land of the free into a nation of hyper sensitive sissies. where even corn chips can cause mass controversy in this ad a priest substituted to read zero for the eucharist the body of christ. the commercial was created for a possible super bowl broadcast but after an uproar among catholics frito lay apologized and pulled the plug on the satirical spot during a commercial being pulled is a classic example of americans freaking out about something insulting to do with
religion i understand why the catholic league might flip out that's their job however be able to laugh at yourself folks. the price of humor can end up costing big maybe captain owen honors intrusted with a nuclear powered aircraft carrier worth half a billion dollars was fired over racy morale boosting videos created years ago having survived eighty five combat missions owen was shot down by fertility style gestures and comments as for the man who wrote nineteenth century classics not even mark twain is protected from present day p.c. two of tweens books are being republished with the word sleeve replacing the n. word it's about laziness it's not about liberal guilt to not want to do a friend or conservatives want to want to sanitize or plain vanilla history and art it's really about laziness we don't we don't want to trust people to look and examine to look at something and then go beyond that said what does it mean what
were those times like what is the author trying to say when film critic roger ebert took to twitter to criticize the censorship he was criticize. used for simply writing the n word a federal jury will soon decide if a white people can use the n. word at work this as a white t.v. reporter is suing a fox news affiliate in philadelphia after being fired for using the n. word during a staff meeting white house chief of staff rahm emanuel has apologized he's apologized and of course the r word can also make you a glorified villain as was the case when former chief of staff rahm emanuel privately called a group of liberals retards rahm emanuel and i think some indecent and insensitive ways of being pale and as of. e.s.p.n. sensitivity surrounding sex has become a touchy subject announcer ron franklin was fired for allegedly calling a female reporter sweet baby let me say a political correctness has a neuter in the american language creating
a super sensitive society incapable of laughing things off a p.c. employee that more people biting their tongues for fear that freedom of expression may be more trouble than it's worth for an important artsy new yorker. it's the news which will breed fear into companies and governments worldwide the prominent hacking organization anonymous has vowed that in twenty thirteen it was more than ever before with a wave of fresh cyber attacks when i was very a new york resident went to find out if the underground group still has the support of the people the claims to be fronting for. the hacking collective anonymous issued a statement warning the world to expect them in two thousand and thirteen is that
a good thing this week let's talk about that it is an all course of business that they interfere with they can write their congressman they can vote. i work for the government i don't appreciate people hacking us we've got people's personal information that has to be protected that these people they decided hey i want to take that. that's their information because they've decided to take the law into their own hands this is ok yes definitely keep on going why are they important in the world today well because to bring a certain information to the public. because of the activities social injustice is real thing and so something has to be done if you like if we have the means to do it then we should do it what about the fact that they do it anonymously they don't show their face or their name do you think that they have to because what they're doing is illegal or do you think they should show their names and faces but i think showing their names and faces would just block them out blacklist them and stamp
them out so i think that's the reason why that to be anonymous i think they're meddling kids legally should not be doing what they're doing definitely but so do we just let governments and corporations do whatever they want unchecked no not in check but do it legally through the law and follow the guidelines that are set before us for example with the united states were built on the constitution and that's how we have to follow the law through that i'm against anything illegal just because i like to follow rules and i don't want to be a put in jail or i wouldn't want to be put in jail even if it does mean sticking out for other people love them or hate them anonymous has promised to put on a good show for twenty thirteen just well. they have to wait to see if they live up to that promise. well that's it for me for the moment i'll be back with a news team with more news for about thirty five minutes from now in the meantime
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