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the truth behind the murder of former russian security officer alexander litvinenko gets a classified stamp with evidence linking his killing being deemed too secret to be considered at the inquest in london. and europe can get by without britain says. patients of demands from the u.k. excusing its leaders of splintering. within. the christians stole a gay rights parade in the georgian capital tbilisi attacking the activists who needed police help to escape the area. and russia's mediation effort in syria gets the thumbs up from the un faces obstacles
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from the powers that want the rebel forces there despite evidence of atrocities committed by them in the civil war a top stories this hour. on screen international news and comment live from our studio center here in moscow a british inquest into the death of former russian security officer alexander litvinenko may have reached a dead end we've just heard that the coroner has said he is able to consider evidence whether the russian government was involved in the killing due to national security well for more on this. boy well so explain exactly what is happening here it sounds quite complicated. it is quite
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complicated but what's happened is we know that the inquest has already been massively delayed from both sides on. being very slow to provide evidence from the russian side from the british side but what's happened now is that there's been a real spanner been thrown in the works because william hague the british foreign minister very recently applied to keep any evidence related to the involvement the alleged involvement of the russian government and any involvement of the british authorities or how they may have prevented alexander litvinenko his death well he's just lying to keep all that information secret and the coroner has had to reluctantly grant that request now that means that the inquiry that was set to take place on the second of october first the start then is not going to be looking very . fat or it's in danger of being misleading according to the coroner because
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some of the evidence quite simply won't be heard now. he's proposed a very unusual. he's said that in order for this case to be heard he's proposing a secret public inquiry which would allow for the inquiry to go ahead but behind closed doors now is quite a few people are very surprised at this time of events because the british government has been requesting the extradition of a russian deputy called under lugovoy for the murder of alexander litvinenko for quite some time now but no evidence has ever really been provided as to how he was implicit in what took place and it looks like now that it's being kept secret that evidence isn't likely to be heard very soon either and now we've also got a lot of people very dismayed at this time of events alexander litvinenko his widow
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has accused the british government of effectively covering up whatever truth there could be that could come out in relation to this story she's already been excluded from a number of hearings that were in relation to this application to keep the evidence secret so it's a very surprising turn of events and as you know this is a case that's really blighted relations between russia and the u.k. britain has repeatedly requested for the extradition of alexander. of i apologize the russian deputy he actually passed a lie detector test last year which said that he was innocent. he took the lie detector test in russia he's repeatedly said from russia that he's happy to give evidence and to take part in the inquiry so at the moment the inquiry into the death of alexander litvinenko looking very. undecided and it
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could be falling apart at the seams still very much indeed for that explanation of this turn of events there of that case thank you very much for that low. update from london and of course we'll have more on this over the next few hours with live expert opinion and analysis as the development unfolds and we stay with the spy theme one spy scandal too many for russia as it says the cia is crossed the line with its antics after the latest u.s. agent was caught in moscow this is r.t. obtained a phone recording involving another american operative intercepted earlier this year. so that story still to come for you here on r.t. in the meantime the european union can survive without britain that's according to the french president two gave a marathon three hour news conference yesterday for all and went as far as accusing the british of being a threat to the very existence of the e.u. on syria reports. there's been a lot of your skepticism growing in the u.k.
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and demanded said that he wants to put the membership of the e.u. to a vote in twenty seventeen and when along was asked this question a lot simply said that europe existed before britain joined it. was very noticeable how long has really been trying to go on the offensive it was acting up showing himself to be a strong leader at this point because he himself is facing a very large and growing euro skepticism in his own country if you just look at the latest figures there's a pew research showing that even if most french people still want to remain part of the eurozone seventy seven percent of french people think that this closer economic ties with the entire union has been detrimental to their own economies so a lot of very seems he has been talking to the french people that is his audience for this speech trying to show how france can still go on even if the u.k. does leave the you that if that is the final decision now a lot also said criticized u.k. for being such a euro skeptic essentially saying that this kind of rocking the boat attitude of
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the u.k. is threatening to splinter the e.u. is what we can see here is pointing out the fact that the u.k. really has been one of the most critical voices in the union so far and also along the austerity policies of david cameron and interesting a lot himself is facing you know growth in his own country so he said that david cameron's policies is hindering growth in the u.k. while france right now is officially in recession now again it's interesting to point out that when a lot of this trying to rebut and answers these questions he's speaking to the french people hoping the massive this satisfaction that he's facing for the french people will eventually turn on his leadership here is under question he's facing massive unemployment he's a very unpopular man at this moment so in trying to prove that he's still a french leader years going on the offensive it's unlikely that we're going to hear him say that france is not going to survive without the u k. there and dennis which shane he's a former british minister for your perspective
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a little earlier and he says infighting between the countries is putting pressure on the european union was every day you could have papers in britain here or go and listen to debates in the house of commons where people are lecturing the freight shouldn't everybody else in europe what to do sadly europe the european union at the moment is it a kind of giant blain gauge figure for you that you you've got you it's not me i'm a good boy i'm going to get better the british labor the french the french blame the germans the germans played in scottish try to be i think play grow out so got more adults in them these days the only top leadership of europe we're moving after the catastrophe of the banking crisis where the banks were robbed by all these people who destroyed the economy had two thousand and eight was still living with the disasters of their incompetence we now i think want to have more banking supervision what's called a baggy union i think should be part of that probably it is time for us to settle this question about britain and europe. david cameron's under increasing pressure
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to guarantee a vote on the case future in the new level of britain's european partners fear that such a divorce could be a strong thing. gay rights activists had to run for their lives in the georgian capital tbilisi as their street parade descended into chaos a crowd of water docks christians stormed the event attacking the revelers and i'll talk to auntie's tom barton he's been keeping track of the situation there. the trouble started when a gay pride march in the georgian capital was itself marched on by thousands of very angry off the docks christians people opposed to gay rights they were in a very angry mood indeed chanting slogans like we don't need sodom and gomorra brandishing nettles that they said they would use to thrash any gay rights activists that they caught their central message really these gay
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a gay pride march was very much against their orthodox christian ethos the police went in to try and basically extract the gay rights activists for their own safety get them on to buses and get them out however despite their efforts there were some incidents of fights of injuries some head injuries and others and of rocks being thrown at least one of the authorities vehicles as far as the authorities were concerned they allowed this gay rights protests to go on because they said no matter what your sexuality all groups within society deserve a public voice but i think it does illustrate something of the conflict in georgia in society between more liberal elements of the government of society and also more conservative more religious elements that don't want this kind of thing to go ahead last year there was a similar kind of gay rights march and it ended severely. the cash strapped european union is mounting
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a crusade against the continent's banking hubs brussels declares open season on account previously tax evaders alike with even those outside the union pressured to change their rules will have more on this later this hour. first moscow's efforts to launch direct negotiations between the conflicting sides in syria is not receiving support from the united nations secretary general ban ki moon is the latest in a string of high profile figures to visit russia to discuss the syrian civil war and has given the green light to russia's talks initiative is following the diplomacy in the black sea resort of sochi. well after meeting with russia's leadership the un secretary-general ban ki moon agreed that the conflict in syria could only be resolved in accordance with international law without any foreign military intervention and with the full respect of syria's territorial integrity he also agreed to the idea of putting together this joint conference which would
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include both the syrian rebels and the authorities now they were also able to establish the list of current stumbling blocks concerning the sadia and well first of all currently the opposition is still quite divided it's unclear who would be able to represent it as a whole at such a conference secondly moscow wants to see all the regional players taking part in such a conference including iran which may cause problems with washington and also if the syrian authorities are ready to take part in such a conference right now then the rebels are making are voicing preconditions which include president assad having to step down but in general ban ki moon's visit continues this diplomatic marathon which will been witnessing for the past few weeks a lot of officials have been coming to russia discussing syria including u.s. secretary of state the prime ministers of great britain and israel and in general it seems the approach of many nations two ways of resolving the conflict in the
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country is changing now however there are still many problems including the one with the washington since when john kerry was in moscow it seemed that they were completely on the scene beach with russia's leadership but as soon as he left he started calling again for president assad to step down and promised more support of the rebels and that was back just recently by president barack obama himself what's widely being ignored is the fact that many of these rebels admit that they are receiving directions from international terror organizations including al qaida there are tons of videos in the web showing horrific acts conducted by rebels including. public executions of captured syrian soldiers there is this just troubling in couric video of a rebel cutting the heart out of a dead syrian soldiers chest and eating it on camera calling on everybody else to do the same and promising to continue doing so in the future and also there is the
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statistic from various international activist groups which basically shows that every time the rebels receive weapons from abroad the violence just spikes. bitcoin an online currency set up to get around the banks. government sent ripples through the internet community that uses the fledgling monetary system and raising fears that it will be snuffed out before it really gets going that's coming your way off to a short break. is it turning into an overblown scandal or a reflection of the foreign policy poorly thought out and executed the terrorist attack on the american diplomatic outpost in benghazi last september has become a political football to attack the obama administration and hillary clinton mistakes were made but is there proper focus on the most the breaches ones choose
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used to news here in r.t. the cia has gone too far with its spying operations that's the message from russia's federal security service commenting on the recent scandal involving an american agent uncovered here in moscow this week. explains the implications of this i visited the f.s.b. had quarters in moscow the f.s.b. officials told me that they knew from day one since ryan fogle came to moscow that he was working for the cia that's why they had a very close eye on him and the most important formation here clearly is that this is not the first case over the past three years in fact and in fact since two thousand and eleven there have been four cases like that but one story which the f.s.b. officials wanted to draw particular attention on is the story of also a third secretary of the u.s. embassy benjamin dillon who are just like ryan fogle tried to recruit an employee of the national anti-terrorist committee offering him a money and offering him to meet and privates to discuss the details that's when
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the f.s.b. officials actually managed to apprehend them i have acquired and the audio recording of the phone conversation between benjamin dillon and that man who do you have. your family misses and those that. are never really. we're not sure you have to tell me no long till it's described but also not something that's got daughter but instead of the is your name. yes and yesterday and we were never actually warner used to be mysterious and so you know for specific corporate speak to you use you know to good being you well the f.s.b. officials also pointed that the tactics which both local and dylan used to have a striking resemblance they both made phone calls they offered money maybe there's one exception that presumably dylan didn't have a wig on him like fogle did but clearly the tactics were the same and the consequences will probably be the same as well because we know that ryan fogle is
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now in for a deeper taishan from the russian federation and the same thing happened to dylan he was deported in january twenty third scene without making it public. there are some routine intelligence work and some professional athletes but the cia according to the f.s.b. officials went too far with fogle case the reason why the benjamin dillon story was not made public in january was because the f.s.b. try to keep it under the carpet they made a warning to the cia colleagues that such things could not happen especially given the fact that the f.s.b. and the cia have a very strong partnership in fighting terrorism together i talked to one of the high ranking officials in the f.s.b. and here is how he explained the current state of affairs we were particularly outraged with the actions of the american spy deal and benjamin he tried to convince an employee of the russian national counter-terror committee to hand over classified documents of this department to the cia like mr fogle he was also deported from russia we hope the cia would learn their lesson and something like
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that would never happen again so we decided not to release the information about dylan to the public but apparently they didn't learn that lesson in fogel's case the cia crossed a red line so we had to react according to official instructions. while they have no common so far not from the us embassy in moscow not from the washington officials but the f.s.b. told me that they will let us know if anything any comments coming from washington come on that matter. thank you their banking privacy could soon be a thing of the past in europe that is if e.u. regulators have their way you have been pushing hard for access to all data on the continent and even switzerland and all member nation has found itself on the precious resources kitty pilgrim reports the prospects for the banking or looking good so what do we know about switzerland then while the mountainous country sells tasty chocolate is home to some of the finest watches and it's
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a great place to ski but when it comes its banking set so well that when it also is getting a little bit secret if avenue the one hundred years this secrecy attracted some of the world's mega rich to the country now to qualify for the flat rate tax deal on offer the rich are not actually allowed to work in the country but must have a net wealth of at least two million dollars now this ystem has attracted more than five thousand affluent x. patches to this nation of only eight million people including. twain now well they are foreigners collectively give seven hundred million dollars in federal local taxes maybe it is that could be going into their home than treasuries this cozy arrangement may soon be a thing of the passes the e.u. can't stand no such juicy tax incentives the e.u. is also piling pressure on members luxembourg and austria as well as san marino.
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and monaco which are actually not members of the union now luxembourg recently changed its chain just last month that actually agreed to lift bank secrecy rules for european union citizens who have savings that. so what all these tax haven countries actually expected to do that well quite simply expose the e.u. want to be able to check out banks he tells of any individual whenever they want without requesting permission first and considering in cyprus the banks are worth seven times as much as the country's g.d.p. other luxemburg for example they're worth twenty two times more the situation could be catastrophic that if you put it in that way so in a wall where bank his secrets are no longer cat these havens may have to find another way to seduce the great. kitty pilgrim where the independent online currency bit coin has had a serious snag after u.s.
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authorities blocks the account of dollar business allows users to convert us dollars into bitcoin and back again the department of homeland security says the peer to peer currency runs roughshod over new laws that require online transfer systems to identify its users as it is more important explains the move as a warning shot for the fledgling currency. the u.s. government has made no secret of the fact that it is keeping a close eye on that point but now it appears that the close eye includes a crackdown on the decentralized digital currency the department of homeland security sees the company known as to wallop which allows customers to transfer their u.s. dollars into points on tuesday washington shut down while his ability to process point payments now the u.s. warns of alleges that my obese company was operating as an on the license money transmitting business because to wallow wasn't registered with the with the
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department of treasury is financial crimes enforcement network now some economists believe the timing of this case is no point to see the popularity and press surrounding that point is skyrocketing and the use of electronic currency is growing more appealing to investors and customers around the world this of course threatens the long held grip that governments and banks have had on currency regulation and interest rate manipulation this new york city farce last restaurant behind to be known as ever began to accepting the point last month so far the midtown business has reportedly processed more than twenty thousand dollars worth of transactions in the morning now while wall street remains less than eight kilometers away from here the financial industry to its disappointment is far removed from the way in which the business of morning is operating according from new york very important r.t.
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. let's get to more in the snow with your thoughts he's a digital currency consultant and also owner of a ball. except coins why did you then decide to accept big. well for a for purely practical business reasons like being able to accept digital payments almost free of charge almost instantly and without being possible to be reversed and also because crypto currency obviously is the money of the future so why not start with the future as soon as possible the people using it in the present energy get many customers buying a beer or a wine or whatever and you will bar with a bit coin of course we do every day with the increasing. quantity of people and many people are beginning to grasp this whole idea
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some would say this is just merely a bit of a fad on the internet mainly aimed at the anti establishment libertarians. thinking this could perhaps become mainstream. most definitely i believe that the future economic system and financial system will be based on crypto currency. we're just in very early days of somewhere like email was twenty five years ago but if you look at it in depth and understand how it works and what it does you really start to believe that this is the future of finance and what sort of people are coming in and using that the big point other people actually from the financial sector who really understand it or is it just everyday people it's everyday people it's all ages all classes people don't really introduce himself maybe there are people from the financial institutions as well i don't know but it's usually it's all kinds of people all ages but it's being targeted now by the u.s.
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government. does not make you think twice about using this now because the whole thing perhaps could be closed down. first of all i don't think it's been targeted yet you're probably talking about the fin statements that have recently been released where the authorities actually only say as long as you deal with bitcoin and stick to the same rules as to foreign currencies it is still legal to do anything with bitcoin the same thing to do with euros or yen. so i don't think it's been targeted yet but that may come we shall see how governments and banks react to this new technology governance and banks probably don't want to see the normal traditional currencies being undermined but also there is that security and anybody anonymously can trade with the big coin and many say this could really encourage criminality. as far as i'm concerned criminal acts
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are mostly committed using u.s. dollars or euros or things like that since bitcoin ease a currency people will probably start doing anything with it they've done with other currencies. one quick question how much is a beer then in big coins in your bar just briefly. right now like zero point zero two two zero point zero four coins. well that means a lot to me thanks very much it sounds a good bargain thanks very much york thank you. thank you on some other international headlines in brief in iraq at least forty seven people have been killed in an explosion targeting a sunni mosque to the north east of baghdad this comes a day after a string of bombings across the country the death toll in the space of two days has reached almost one hundred recent surging violence and instability has dealt a major blow to rebuilding efforts in iraq ten years on from the u.s.
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led invasion. a train has derailed in hong kong injuring more than sixty people in the north of the city three people taken to hospital with serious injuries officials said what caused the accident but passengers say the light rail train was speeding round the corner when it veered off the tracks. and that's opens up state for the moment i'll be back with more news from the team in about half an hour from now joining us here with the business news in the studio natasha turns out that microsoft's bill gates he's once again the world's richest person so well just how much money we're talking about talk about big points well we're talking about some real money like dollars almost seventy three billion but granted his donated about a third of what he had to charities but i'll tell you which washington's are on the list after a very short break thanks a lot. mission
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stories. here. i'll teach spanish to find out more visit actuality. it's exactly thirty minutes past ten pm here in moscow welcome to business with me that the shi'ites go gold fell for a seventh straight session on friday having already shed six percent in as many previous days it's very little in the losing streak and it's the worst losing streak and for years the recent talk about the us fed reserve winding down a stimulus measures is really making investors lose interest in the precious metal and says the consumer price is in the states are rising slower than expected gold is setting its appeal as a hedge against inflation does all this mean that it's
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a good time to buy or should we expect gold to continue being crushed that's the question i asked craig maryland of all purring and wonder. i think eleven fifty is going to be a big level in the next six to twelve months given the fact that you've got a big if i'm not sure trace maybe that's the sixty one point eight five level of thing that's going to be a major level of support for gold in the longer term in the five year term i think is can find it very difficult to break through one thousand before the two thousand and eight financial crisis kicks off gold train between seven and eight hundred dollars so i think is going to find it very difficult to break through the one thousand level if we do see it break below here and of course we could see it fall back to six seven or even a hundred but personally i think it's going to find it very difficult to break below that one thousand level at this moment time anyway. considering how much gold is off its peak steve think that might be a good time to buy then this moment i wouldn't be necessarily buying gold i'd be more shorting gold but there are going to be times when we when we are going to
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have an opportunity to go along for example in the second half of this year you do have indian festival season so we may see a bit of support for gold here but at the moment i am looking to short as opposed to go long right but some say with all the stimulus measures namely the continued stimulus by the fed reserve and also the plans that the bank of japan just recently announced that gold is bound to go higher certainly by the end of this year would you say you'd agree with that i think that's very dependent on whether the federal reserve in particular to continue with this large stimulus program there's been a lot of talk over the past couple of days and even the last few weeks from different members of the federal reserve who have hinted that we could actually see the fed put a plan in place to scale back its early as this summer if we do see that and i really don't see more pressure for gold if we do see the fed start to scale back its its is that of really to say gold only has an in one direction and that's.
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imagined a festival in india so do you actually see the demand for physical gold such as you know bars cool wines or perhaps even gold. jewelry do you see that go up certainly do in the second half of this year i don't think we're going to see a significant increase in the price but i do think like say for example in india i do think we are going to see people taken advantage of these lower prices but this is only like so this is only because over the course of four five months and i do think it's only going to go somewhere you to support the price of gold as opposed to send the price significantly higher i think there's just so much pressure on the downside on gold at the moment i think it can be very difficult for any anyone who's polished in gold to make any money out of the current moves and considering that downward trend what's the alternative that where for instance do you keep your money at the moment it's hard to it's hard to argue with the markets in the markets of all stocks and bonds high if you look at the you look at the stock markets we've
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got the dow and the s. and p. in the us we've got the docks in germany all the record highs we've got the footsie in the u.k. the nikkei in japan at five year highs so it's really difficult to argue with a rally i think i think it's very difficult for any investor to really move against the trend so i think at the moment your money is just got out you've got you've got to continue with the trend keep your money in stocks in my opinion anyway. it is time now to check out the markets starting with wall street where trade is active this hour and the stocks that want to watch chair were probably in the black if they managed to keep up this momentum till the end of the day that would mark four straight weeks of gains and the date is given the stocks a boost consumer confidence rose a major the highest level in about six years old out all over in the states is this building over to the european markets they closed higher in fact the highest level in almost five years the carmakers are rallying on the news that car sales in the
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region jumped for the first time in one and half years now moving on to the currency markets the dollar's demonstrating strength against the euro and here in moscow as you can see the russian ruble closed mixed to the major currencies now the russian equities on friday closed higher in fact much higher more than two percent for the my six apparently some finally see all that sell off over the past few days as a buying opportunity. the money's coming back to russia indeed after eleven weeks of capital outflow rush oriented funds are finally seeing a trend of ursule over the past week three hundred forty million dollars were reinvested back into the russian stock market and that's the highest figure in about three years but it's still too early to celebrate so far this year more than one point one billion dollars flowed out of russia's equities. the
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microsoft co-founder bill gates is back on top of bloomberg one hundred richest list the world's wealthiest person gates now has close to seventy three billion dollars to is made and he's one of the most generals for a long trip this the world over him is why. donated more than thirty billion dollars to various causes gates bumped a mexican billionaire carlos slim from the top spot this year slim is very very close behind he has seventy two billion dollars and the legendary investor warren buffett is twelve billion dollars less he's over in the third place now when it comes to our fellow russians they appear closer to the middle of the list the other shares motto as number thirty five and move it as number seventy four all the way over there with just thirteen billion dollars. and
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that brings you up to date on all the latest in a business up next after a short break it's the truth seeker with daniel bushell. a fairly dickinson university study has been revealed to twenty nine percent of americans think that a revolution won't just happen in america but needs to be done in order to protect individual liberty if respondents consider themselves conservative and that number is bumped up to forty four percent that's nearly half also fox news found out that since nine eleven the percent of americans willing to sacrifice their personal freedom to reduce the threat of terrorism is an all low this number might sound trivial but it only takes a tiny percent of the population actually start a revolution i mean how many communists were in russia at the start of nine hundred
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seventeen and how many were there at the end revolution may sound like a nice thing to a growing number of people but the media wrongly portrays revolution is some fun video game battle where freedom fighters toppled a statue of the dictator and then democracy just instantly comes about and life is good and happy i ask you to ignore movies like v. for vendetta and look at history revolutions cause horrible destruction that could take decades to repair i guess what when your economy collapses because a revolt infrastructure breaks down and the shelves go bare also professional revolutionaries get their supplies from somebody and a foreign powers would have say fundamentally revolutionaries they would want something in return aloha and goodbye alaska if you look at history then you'll see that revolution is brutal and ugly and it's truly the last resort but still is a resort but that's just my opinion. real damage and complexity of this oil spill is not something you can grasp just by
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looking at dirty birds we have between four to five million people in this directly affected area of the coast. it's pretty clear why it's not being reported because b.p. can't afford to have a reported. all along the gulf coast are clean they are safe and they're open for business if b.p. is the single largest oil contributor to the pentagon the us war machine is heavily reliant upon b.p. and their oil this is a huge step backwards for the marker see it's a step forward. carex it is toxic is a look a lot like spraying and. it was it was not a picture that either the government or b.p. really wanted to have out there i don't want dispersants to be the agent. this boils.
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