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sure europe will not distinguish and the market stalls. knows the fish is good but if it is been fished illegally or not that does not concern the consumer but of course this is not easy and the european union is doing all it to get it but don't forget that this is just another player on the global chess board and let's not forget there is great resistance and huge interests right now in our effort to form and. which will respect all that you mention the sustainability of the sea is meant by a lot of opposition. these are all words. at the same time the ships are in the ocean every day today we are trying to establish an economy of subsistence. states of west africa from guinea bissau descent. so if we are in such a state of poverty. they have been flooded by drug dealers going to ship is
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arrested here not by chance but. it is carrying two tons of cocaine one or two kilo. so that means the drug smugglers come to the states because they are in misery there but we are governed by puppet presidents who do not care for the development of society or for education nor health of the forces they care about nothing when we build a statue worth thirty five billion we can't be saying we can't afford to buy two ships to patrol the seas when the organization of the islamic summit has cost hundreds of billions we cannot say we do not have the means we could say we channel our resources elsewhere.
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and i. don't run out of the water on a whole lot. i don't want to got to go to all the. other
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. conditions typically on these vessels that engage in fishing our. or her bendis there's there's there's no way to describe the how horrible and how completely unacceptable the conditions are on board of these vessels sometimes the crew have not been off the ship for for for months even years at a time the ships were only being supplied every couple of months in terms of being given food and water etc there's no medical care on board the ships the ships look like a ghost ships and rust buckets. that if any european were to see how the fish is now ended on what type of conditions the fish has now ended with the same platform where fish will be landed will be the platform where the fishermen will actually. defra katoey where you're a mate or at the. it's it's horrendous.
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workers from senegal i've been in. togo all nationalities. the phone working conditions on the ships. at least other senegalese fishing maybe . twenty four hours nonstop so i think that it's. good because if you buy there are teams who don't work for twelve hours or more then the other for twelve hours or more. there are days when their feet swell up inside their boots. and you need a knife to take them off people probably could cope with all of this pope bought some fall asleep on the working table. and that causes labor accidents. and they are abnormal conditions.
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we stay for three months and then we go out to shore are you well paid no we are not. you know in africa we suffer. we do not get paid well and there are also some restrictions you are not well here but there is nothing we can do this is how we live you know there is poverty in africa to find a job. they offer you a two hundred dollars salary. to help your family. it's not good but we can live with that. there is nothing but misery here and misery.
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yes there was. no. no no. the pseudocode my husband is at sea. biologist he used to be a fisherman too much he could not make an in the top many more on the money so he left to become a sailor my dear because fishing is not stable in st louis so he went to the ship's . wrote i'm needed for this to have. him up there with. the kind of brother when he returns. florida serviced everything has been known to to feed the family from here to where you can and so the minute runs out to get there jennifer. let me know what it was. and i have two boys and
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a girl but i have also lost two girls from europe if you did. not go along with me what did your children die from the law. you got to. see for what they were ill. or did you have money to buy their medicine. why. do you think it was too expensive for us so one cost fifteen euros and the other twenty two euros there were going to be you could bring organized labor without what you are going to different.
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you know who wants to come here if you would nobody wants to come here.
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because they're. going to and we fish time would go by quickly. mel we have nothing to do i play poker with the other cyclists.
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her. basic needs a pretty good economic up and downs in the final month a good month to deal sang night and the rest because it's a neat take it will be everything we know nothing. so we leave that maybe. push a superior. play your party years ago. where shoes that no one is asking with the guests that you deserve answers from it's all politics only on our team.
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wealthy british style. right on. target. market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy with my stronger no holds barred look at the mobile financial headlines conjure reports on our. right to see. first. and i think the trip. on a reporter's. instrument. the
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fact that the military is practicing at any given moment in palestinian towns on palestinian people you know doing false arrests which is basically like like a normal arrest that you actually drag somebody out of his house in the middle of the night don't a difference is that the person that you are arresting is not really wanted for anything this is just for practice for training the soldiers now obviously one of the reasons that it's being done even older to actually train the soldiers which is problematic by itself but i would say that if you look at the whole of the testimony of hundreds of soldiers you will see that the main mission around this. tear the palestinian society as a whole not just the gunmen men women and children everybody needs to be afraid of you because that creates effective control over the palestinian population.
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believes. police. he. the fishing boat that we arrest said this morning michel what he's done for the last hour from their travels to come here and. this is food this stolen methamphetamines that. through the last. couple of position most probably will try the problem with truly are closed the other courts with the same patient because that's
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a very the december gay. then clearing through customs of illegal fishing tried to been there has been complaints and the we're trying to work together with the corresponding country's prime minister however as far as the european union countries are concerned we are responsible and all they can say is that we intend to force them trolls we really must look into these issues. of this in a while from soon ago as soon as the fishes caught on the one hand it is caught immediately and on the other it gets here within twelve hours packed in styrofoam with a proper ice at nine to twelve degrees celsius and it gets here right away within
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twelve hours. yes of course they buy it it's also cheaper there's not a lot of difference from domestic fish. isn't just these people should think if you do that when they eat fish that comes from and kill legal fishing they eat the life of a fisherman to go three d. if the consumers think of that and realise the cost of the money follows what the. they'll see that them money does not benefit the fisherman. now or the fishing communities.
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that. say they are foreign companies and very often chinese or spanish if they are the two states that operate like that in west africa and they found out he did a company which is supposedly senegalese they arrive with the fifteen big industrial scale fishing vessels that supposedly be glowing to the company and so they fish freely.
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how do they escape the controls. when the ship comes to dhaka. but he seeks a senegalese pot not going to finish the senegalese cotton it becomes the fictitious president. did their big boom in order to deal with the public opinion and the regulations. to get the best of stamps and everything but it won't fit. however it it's the europeans who exploit the business. when the product arrives the european is here he checks it loads in the container is a big. and sends it off. he sells it in his cities become find this product here.
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and the fish is exported to europe. where you can see the container us. all fish goes to europe the white man is here and controls everything all the loads the months the containers and sends them off to europe. so by having a flag sometimes as far removed as mongolia when you're on your ship you are
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basically exempt from a lot of fishing rules because mongolia hasn't ratified certain treaties or as and is not member of certain fisheries management organizations so this way you avoid many rules and regulations to it's a clear new poll that needs to be addressed by the international community. the fishermen live day by day and what they earn isn't enough for them to make a living anymore. and that is why there are waves of migration towards spain with even if we get us all the list but to be also. before when fishing when good and it fed the people. fishermen had no need to leave for europe ever they had
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opportunities possibilities and they were not interested in migrating. to move to europe as the one that organizes the flight of africans to europe organizes illegal migration into the e.u. had helped us out in combating illegal fishing all the young fisherman who are abandoning africa instead of going to europe would fish here for there would be a fish and they would make a profit. they would be able to feed their families but when they have nothing to eat when they lack the protein when they have no money they will go where they can find to go to europe america canada. so if the e.u. wants our fish it should except our children and it's country so it can't be that it takes our fish are causing misery and then tells our children to stay in their country the main public health issue in the e.u.
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is obesity. in our countries the main public health issue is famine so this injustice is not sustainable either we live together in a fair and it gala tarion world or we share a world of terror because you would you apply tell you how many are in the ocean with the sea bottom is full of pirogue with the dead bodies of children young people who left in search of adventure. when i was a child i would come to see because i loved it a credit boom more to do because the son of a fisherman is proud to go out to see. his dream is to become a captain one day after going to. know how little it got but i had no money to support my parents so i decided to
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take the perogue and emigrate. i didn't care about the danger or if i would live or die my dream was europe so that i could help my parents out. with it. i took eighty seven people with me. who was on what we called one or more captain to help with the embarkation but one but he was unlucky you know in a way vova turned his ship. and nine people died in the sea of bora. never to millions who tried to save them. to the sea was cold and they all died when you got them but if we left without them. we said we're now all heading to spain you know but one male one family with the
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same dream brothers and sisters mr perot gets there we will be saved if it sinks we will all die even those who know the sea well we must show solidarity of water starts getting into the pirogue we all take it out immediately we don't wait for the fisherman. legs to be a god given day after two days at sea and if someone fell ill never know what i left in the water and then he wouldn't eat or drink he was vomiting we forced him to eat and drink but he kept on vomiting we don't know what. throughout he died on the third day of the journey that he would get we through his body to see because he started to decompose. never operated when we when we threw his body into the sea. we all prayed to god that he would go to heaven mary i'm in your home going to many were crying and saying we're all going to die i. mean there was
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an image on the fourth day big waves broke the battle of the pro going to be a big go it was a mobile dog but. what about human body at that moment everyone was out of control quite good no matter how many because those people who had more experience know how dangerous it is. back i'm not going to get i want to god it was about i'm the local god i'm think i'm ever going to go more among the eldest of a soul a very experienced fisherman he told us not to fear about the pira advised just to take a rope. and use it to tie the broken pieces. that were political in the book in the book because. we did i thought yeah and we used our bags to close the hole. when you looked at some lay down and sealed the hole with their backs so that water wouldn't get into the pirogue what on the journey was one of the hottest ever made .
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