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to the waste that some jobs gulag of our minds. another day and yet all damaging revelations that the case communications had cooled the documents reveal the lengths that you think you went to to keep the math surveillance program secret. the u.k. prime minister fails to convince european partners to cut back on business red tape following reports that regulations are costing british taxpayers over twenty seven billion pounds a year. and a tan so winds turkey angers nato with its decision to get chinese help in building a new missile defense system.
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this is are you going to live from moscow armory to joshie welcome to the program. british intelligence has been trying desperately to keep its surveillance practices secret wary of public anger and legal challenges that's emerged from classified internal documents leaked by edward snowden and obtained by the guardian newspaper but as our geezer of first reports the spy agency's worst fears are already coming true. these latest documents reveal the long fight the g. c. h. had against making insists that evidence admissible in criminal trials now one of these memos detailing that g c h t's main concerns with reference to agency practices and the extension scape of the would lead to a damaging public debate now ironically of course that public debate already taking place in the at the moment on the back of those edward snowden revelations and for
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the first time in a few weeks we're going to see the head of m i five and six and he giving evidence in public now that will be broadcast by a fast like link although there will be a short delay now perhaps you'll see as this public debate unfolds wheeling out some of the media friendly people the documents also revealing that they had a list of people they could rely on for press handling but the guardian newspaper really pulling no punches in their piece today saying that the revelations once again calling into question the lack of effective legal protections when it comes in thirteen of our communications and calling this a breach of trust by the u.k. government on the grandest scale. while on the sol follows a storm in brussels triggered by revelations the u.s. has been spying on his european allies france and germany voicing their anger over
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reports down the n.s.a. has been tracking the phone calls of thirty five world leaders and he used it meant war and a lack of trust could harm transatlantic cooperation germany is also teaming up with brazil to push for a u.n. resolution restraining u.s. surveillance former cia analyst ray mcgovern thinks the i.c. has slid out of control. i don't know what they would learn from under their medical fellow phone that they wouldn't what they wouldn't learn from other more traditional or other technical sources so for them to admit that front nothing of much value boys again that's an indictment of how they allow this kind of thing to run amok without any adult consideration of the consequences americans are now service providers are also feeling the pressure crypto seal which allowed users to browse the internet anonymously as close down following the same path as leva bit email encryption service used by edward snowden love
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a bit closed in august after refusing to cooperate with the n.s.a. group to seal co-founder ryan lackey told us what was behind his decision they would require a search warrant to extract key. under the new. lot of this case they can use a pen or issue order a suit their id order which is a much lower standard to compel providers to turn over keys so we can't really operate in that environment so we preemptively shut the service down it was too risky to operate being threatened with jail or prison for running a computer service for people is a very very scary proposition and i personally have no interest in going to. meanwhile activists in washington d.c. are gearing up for what they say will be the largest pro prophecy rally in u.s. history sounds are expected to show up and deliver a petition to congress calling for a surveillance laws to be reformed are to talk to one of the people behind the initiative. if there is anything hurting anyone it is the n.s.a.'s activities and
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hide behind the secrecy that's enabled those abuses to continue themselves is cowardly quite frankly in a democracy and if these programs are poured into national security as they claim and are in fact compliant with the constitution which they are not they should survive the light of day and it's no longer overdue for congress to have a transparent debate about whether or not we want to live in a country with prevailing pervasive surveillance or instead we actually mean it when we sing anthems at baseball games about living in the land of the free. for more. on the n.s.a. spying fallout head to our website and we've got full coverage on the journalists activists supporting the stop watching us campaign against surveillance on our. friday summit in brussels britain failed to persuade the e.u. leaders to curb what it sees as pointless regulations that's after a new report detail do have
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a cost of red tape on british taxpayers laura smith reports from london. david cameron's in brussels this week to demand the return of powers from the u. and he's got a new weapon in his all marie a report by think tank. fall from being a net beneficiary of all of brussels rules and regulations that. the u.k. tax staggering twenty seven billion pounds a year in europe has looked at the hundred most expensive regulations stuff like rules on working hours g.m. food and a range of other addicts and found that in at least twenty four cases the costs outweigh the benefits even according to the government. meaning that it's knowingly spending taxpayer money to know. in other cases the report the benefits of the regulations have been involved. in that in the case of climate change regulation
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around ninety five percent of the expected benefits totally failed to materialize but this study only covers the top one hundred others it's just the tip of the arts . and regulation which doesn't include. it is just red tape obviously if britain left the e.u. tomorrow those costs wouldn't just disappear but at least say critics it would be british regulation of the british people. and many see cameron's proposals for reform to this european summit as his first step in trying to change the balance of power with brussels ahead of the referendum he's promised the british people. who catches an eye on america's expanding waistlines.
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feet in the chemical concoctions that are very sweet very fatty and very salty and they call it a political point. coming up we take a closer look into why people become addicted to high fat high sugar foods and why afterwards to find a trainer so far failing. to lift up a lot of lies in part complication runs on the show before that is that ben bernanke you know mark carney are trying to monetize their flatulence that's the that's the economic growth in the u.k. they talk about g.d.p. idolizing up three percent growth but debts annualized at nine percent growth and higher if you put the debts that are off the balance sheet like on the bank of england back into the mix the jets compound a good twenty percent a year or so three percent a year in g.d.p. growth even though it doesn't even discount for the actual inflation number the
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fact is you can count me in negative territory they're living on party farts they're living on corny farts here that's their entire economic so called growth. will go to the interest. thirty four can just spend over fifteen billion euros she says should each one just keep a million degrees with some token mark noll to cells from st petersburg to france the trouble in situ so. we've got the future covered. maybe those you don't know if you don't have a car you know response to really. everyone in my life that i cared about there. and then. i came askin well. i was national
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champion in track and field and also was able to go and qualify for the olympic games. you know nine hundred eighty eight i started to experiment with other drugs i had lost all the financial means that i. was really on the street. black market can. get a great. welcome back this is r.t. now nato member territory is coming under fire from its allies for considering a multi-billion dollar military contract with china the u.s.
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insists the deal isn't common in compatible was nato's to fans framework ankara is holding talks with a chinese firm to co-produce a missile defense system as dr the same but she explained what's in it for turkey the american. system it's all bizarre that the americans control the entire system if it is deployed rare as china offering turkey to produce together. to control. together and provide turkey along control of the entire system. the sides agree the possible deal is a purely commercial decision however the u.s. is still holding discussions with turkey over the matter for faster bochy told our t.v. that ankara once more leverage and its relationship with washington. the turkish government. of course negotiate with. americans but the
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americans have to make this point station that turkey is taking part in the production mechanism process until now it was already off to. in turkey this was their new way of thinking to a new set of confidence that turkey wants to be part of the entire process and while tangents are running high with the nato turkey's bid for membership in another block the european union is not seeing any progress as artie's merissa national reports anger is growing increasingly frustrated. always the bridesmaid but never the bride progress over turkey's accession to european union could be best described as. this is like a. platonic love affair the europeans doesn't want turkey to go away totally but there's a war in the house the talks started in two thousand and five but brussels still
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says turkey is not yet ready with the eurozone debt crisis raging turkey's membership plans look far less tempting everybody's concert. in new further enlargement of the european union whether it's on the balkans or in turkey . because much more travel more problems for the european union turkish authorities say they are still keen on joining the e.u. family but there has been conflicting signals from an impatient and current prime minister erdogan recently threatened to turn away from e.u. if the country doesn't become a member before two thousand and twenty three many greeks with that sentiment believe in a fast growing economic and strategic power will not profit from joining a political and economic zone in deep trouble it's very clear that brics countries have the future of the world the usa and the european union the don't know when
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and how they will overcome this economic crisis they are not going well and they did everything and they don't have any strategy to do now but the turkish opposition believes economic prosperity is not the main issue they say membership might help improve the domestic situation in the country where spiritual groups can't operate freely and last year turkey was accused of jailing more journalists than any other country in the world and the turkish policy at the moment. no policy i mean the europeans. i don't really want turkey described as red a comfortable with that because they don't want to you we think this is wrong because we feel your accession is a strategic goal for turkey and for democracy for that secular democracy approach it being a member of kyoto tried to communicate your nations and while the political see so
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between brussels and and current goes up and down more and more people are becoming disenchanted with the idea as turkey is europe minister one says membership is like a pregnancy you either are or you are not where they go she continued for eight years turkey is definitely not still and it seems to want it less and less reflection ati from turkey. japan's crippled fukushima nuclear plant is getting more on the welcome attention a former cleanup worker has pointed to major blunders in the plant's operations and accuse the management of exploitation and even mafia connections we've got all the details for you on our website r.t. dot com. also from high hopes to bitter disappointment a long anticipated biopic about the wiki leaks founder julian assange gets a hostile reception to find out why this estate is being panned by the critics at our web site. right to see.
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her straight. and i think that you're. on our reporters were there. in. the the in. the story for us the rate has become a key house concern affecting one in three adults some say the phenomenon is a direct result of the tricks food companies use to get consumers addicted to their products are just more important investigates. it's the richest country on earth where banks can't fail and waistlines can't stop expanding waistlines in america are growing alarming new study showing half of all americans could be obese in less
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than twenty years sugary drinks and wider waistlines go hand in hand with one out of every three adults clinically obese and forty percent of children officially overweight experts say food has become a drug engineered cooked and marketed by an industry banking on addiction what is food scientists. and lab and they've created these chemical concoctions that are very sickly very fatty and very salty and they caught up with point scientists and food industry whistleblowers say big food companies engineer processed foods and beverages with ingredients that pique the taste buds while tricking the brain to think you're still hungry causing you to eat more but in a country where diabetes high cholesterol high blood pressure and heart disease are becoming all too common among millions of children and adolescents why don't food corporations create healthier recipes when one word would say great. we are
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doing mommy. kill. another major profit generating ingredient for big food is marketing in the u.s. there's virtually no regulation of food and drink advertising even when it's hard it's children. last year entertainer beyond say a fifty million dollar endorsement deal with pepsi this came as the american heart association released a report finding that twenty five thousand obesity related deaths in the u.s. back in two thousand and ten were linked to the over consumption of soda and other sugary drinks in france they have a warning label on it much like we have warning labels here in this country cigarettes they put a warning label on processed foods it says warning this food may be harmful to your health while europe. in countries require genetically modified foods to be labeled in the u.s. the biotech industry and corporations like pepsi co and coca-cola spent millions last year to defeat a california ballot initiative for g.m.o.
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labeling it's very difficult to get the right labeling stand on to the packaging is big pushback with. producers who do not want to label what really is going into a food supply whole foods market our grocery chain with three hundred thirty nine stores recently announced that it will begin labeling on all g.m.o. foods within the next five years it will be the first and only u.s. retail store to require the food labeling on the other hand when it comes to soda regulation is off limits new york city mayor michael bloomberg recently lost his fight to limits the extra large serving sizes of sweet beverages in an effort to fight obesity. i i. am very day and so to lovers like v.p. want to be sarah pailin have celebrated the fact that americans can continue
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consuming and alarming amount of high fructose corn syrup and empty calories in one giant cup not sure if miss palin knows about the medical warnings indicating that if the country's health trend continues at its current pace nearly half of all americans will be obese by twenty thirty marina portnoy r.t. new york now take a look at some other stories from around the world. hundreds of protesters have attacked a bus station in brazil's largest city of some power after a peaceful march against high ticket cost or an ugly police tear gas that angry crowd which man allies. and cash machines and set beadles allied to seventy eight arrests were made of brazilians have been protesting against mismanagement of public services in cities throughout the country since june activists also accuse the government of wasting billions of dollars on preparations for the twenty fourteen world cup. the
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old ember when several hundred people have taken part in an authorised demonstration nearer the brandenburg gate. and they're all against police brutality and germany's persecution of asylum seekers was organized online at the same time thousands of people and hamburg marched in support of african refugees around three hundred migrants from africa are now living in the city seeking residency and the right to work. graham media say the authorities have hanged sixteen rebels against recent killings of border troops earlier the stadium's agency reported that seventeen soldiers have been killed in clashes near pakistan they were reportedly ambushed in the mountains outside the town of all around southeastern border area known for its interethnic
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tensions also wise a major drug route to europe well if you've ever tried to learn how to hack into computer networks it my be a good idea to stay quiet about your hobby breaking the set host every martin explains why. it turns out that not only the act of hacking you can do you know legal trouble but now just labeling yourself as a hacker can get you into hot water last week a u.s. district court ruled that if you simply call yourself a hacker you can apparently legally have all your equipment taken without warning in this particular case engineering laboratory but tell energy alliance is doing x. employee or claim that he stole software coding from the company and the idaho court decided that the employees computer could be confiscated without notice simply because his website stated we like hacking things and don't want to stop yes that's right despite fourth amendment language that protects individuals from on reasonable search and seizure hackers are apparently not included.
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russian security services have discovered a large cache of suicide belts and explosives in a house in the southern republican dug a stone it's believed the stash was used as a workshop and quaters for future terror operations are just ridiculous go reports we're talking about almost hundred of kilos in the equivalent of a very have to amount of explosives as matter of fact on top of that there were also women's wigs found as well as car license plates this was found in a house which of course is now basically remaining is smoldering rubble as of this point and the authorities are sifting through trying to find more clues as to who the house might have belonged. but this is happening just days after a massive terrorist attack in the russian city of volgograd in which six people were killed more than fifty how been injured over are still regions that are now on
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alert for possible signs of terrorist plots taking place. and in just a couple of minutes it's the kinds of reports and what's interesting. new zealand is boldly going where no government has gone before and according to reuters has decided to create a regulatory body to oversee recreational drugs that is they are opening pandora's box that have at least temporarily given approval to fifty substances for sale at special stores which are banned in most other countries the body is trying to take a more scientific approach and determine which substances are actually harmful to the user you know i've heard the argument that the war on drugs just wastes massive sums of money effort and lives and you need turn a futile battle which is true it does but the only option people give is just
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legalize all drugs there are a few problems with this when something is legal that tends to make it ok is it really ok for you to spend your whole life in a trance to avoid reality is it really ok for everyone in town on friday night after work to go on an ice crystal meth rampage the other problem is that the war on drugs fails because it is fighting the drugs and not the reason why people take them which is to escape reality why do people want to escape reality because in modern times or post modern times we live a soulless pointless isolated consumeristic existence of working in a pointless office job just to get poor so we can scrape by and get some cheap plastic junk at wal-mart when people's lives are empty they will fill them with something through a needle but that's just my opinion. on the money with the business over russia use this. to.
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approximately sixteen percent of imports came from illegal fishing. the european union is ironically taking fish from some of the poorest nations on earth so this is a very serious and very urgent problem that needs immediate international action. get blown up they enter our territorial waters they fish they load the fish on to the ships and leave for europe. to day illegal fishing is taking the bread out of our mouths.
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who. are great hopes for freedom and democracy. substituted by great disenchantment. what was expected to be a blessing to the country. turned out to be its course. georgia the story of a disappointment. the cries are a part imax guys are you know the u k. there's a new line of underwear that filters out farts using chemical warfare technology these new underpants neutralize odors up to two hundred times the stinky strength
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of the average flatfish a mission alas even these underpants are not powerful enough to mask the stench of the foul wind spewing forth from the mouth of the average central banker with their quantitative easing wreaking more havoc on the bells of the financial system than refined bread to a constipated i.b.s. patient no i think jeremy paxman wrote that no only gold silver in bitcoin can neutralize the stance of central bank policy stacy herbert what is all of this about well max's underwear actually called shreddies and they're manufactured here in the u.k. now regarding the central bankers and their spewing this flash of submissions well alan greenspan was is in the news and he's new he's famous of course for his silent violence. silent but deadly alan greenspan as he famously said if you think you know what i'm saying that i didn't express myself correctly. well he
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spoke in fed speak which is that he spoke so much nonsense people just took it as a good news oh there's a whole lot of big cigars you know that's the way such a black gentleman should big make it stink make it obviously stinky not the silent but deadly stink about greenspan who speaks in code saying nothing except that he isn't bad with the financial terrorists. well alan greenspan is in the news because he's pushing his book greenspan admits he knew there was a bubble in two thousand and eight but refuses to apologize here he is on c. and b. c. i think we should take a look at this clip here. we missed the time in. terms of the fifteen times. all of us knew that there was a bubble but a bubble in another child doesn't give you a crisis. i will always remember on top of the one thousand nine hundred eighty seven darwin down twenty two percent.


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