Skip to main content

tv   Keiser Report  RT  November 9, 2013 7:29pm-8:01pm EST

7:29 pm
well you know yes it was a journey fine thanks go on and look for your c.v. why you decided to work in the village it's a way of life it is twenty four hours but what i don't like is spending eight hours a day at work without really knowing why or what you are doing it for. a successful applicant for the position of s.o.'s mother is a twenty seven to forty three year old woman who either doesn't have children of her own or has adult children who live independently. thirty four years so you meet a handsome young man who's going to love you and want to have children with you but what i tell the kids early on as found herself it's all over. it's not as though
7:30 pm
there are crowds of men here in the village lining up for me begging big mean can you please. let me go to offer the kids. kindness and care it was but i'm very fond of cooking reading and talking to interesting intelligent people here in the uk our kids are smart and interesting. ok when can you start. you know week. right you can good morning kids good morning wake up. get up it's time to go to school no one to sleep. due to doing one boy for example told me that once he woke up got ready and went to school and it was so early in the morning that even the night watchman was still asleep when it was black his mother was
7:31 pm
a drug addict she didn't even notice her child gone i mean to exclude him they told me my scariest stories about what their lives her life and all their trunk mothers fleeing home and living on the streets or in on heated garages that's what these small children have gone through they've led me into their world and it became easier for them to cope. have you prepared clothes for the animal corner that have you taken was on the closet yes and the raincoat no problem go do it then. it's not a kindergarten or an offer in which it's a house where you live with your family or your children at five children. bedsits fun and cool new they're all small so they're always running of our life they're full of an energy so they're constantly doing something claimed.
7:32 pm
for a good morning. the reason we face this on a post-war collective well there's any women and children here. that i'm an old soldier myself just like after the second world war so we all work together here. and it was an ordinary week no incidents everything's fine in our house. while the mothers here work a bit like the left tenants on a ship. if the captain allows you to go ashore once a week or even once a month. the only question was how do you feel. i can say anything was especially appalling or surprising it's more or less what i had prepared for some things i didn't know about were quite unexpected but they didn't shock me. and wanted to enjoy the most wanted to bring you joy in the next fifteen years the kids. truth be told on this ship to it's my duty and the only difference is that i live in this
7:33 pm
cabin with my wife and child how well. building this ship brought me back to my naval yes as a young. woman i built this ship just the way i remember it. my service still have it. in touch with my former colleagues and fellow cadets. enough its naval officers that support the village and. not just anybody. spillage. is an international distress signal meaning say souls. just as the nose of any go. into tears i told him comforting. if i happen to be holding try to calm down a child in distress. i can be a father to seventy children just like i can't be a husband to twelve mothers. here.
7:34 pm
or there or there are. at the beach. you'll live. i would one for you i think an s.o.s. father is probably a man. who was with her she must be even tempered and have the patience to the same . time because in the evening when children come from school or kindergarden since extra lessons they gather rhone to me and start growing mom help me help me mom he's taking my pen it becomes a currys the house. why you all shall sing you join the drama club yes and shout there. they aren't. they're clean my
7:35 pm
nails are clean. what did you do any more color and and also go to swearing. that you are those sergey is a true father for the whole village for mothers and children alike he's the boss with a capital b. . being going to argue she would have made a wonderful father because he's very firm level headed confident and competent if you know how to treat children. my sister and her husband still try to convince me that i should have a child of my own they tell me not to worry that i don't have a husband and promise to support me but i keep saying that it's not a real family because their children are not my own but i think it's stupid idea i hope i will fall in love with a man who will force me to choose between him and the kids got about i hope i'll
7:36 pm
never face such a choice. the pressure ridges i was with are what i want to marry a man who will take responsibility for me and the children but i haven't met such a man yet. but you know i've regained an appetite for life and that's what happened to me this place lives at its own pace you feel as though you're doing something useful. yeah what does worry of all of us i've been divorced for quite a while and lived alone for more than nine years now. have a sixteen year old daughter who is in the tenth grade and an elderly mother there back in perm and she would be sceptical us another was that my daughter may be jealous but only of the youngest kids six year old korea. oh she's a very it's a nation's child you know you don't let me go no i won't. we got a list of lists quite a difficult child very opinionated and sometimes my daughter says now i know i hate
7:37 pm
children if i reply you before but it will pass in time and there's no reason for you to love kids at the age of sixteen. until now dahlia is kind she helps me with my homework and cooking and teaches me to be healthy and brave. a boy with kids at first i took four children in january two or joined our family. i came back from vacation to discover that i had six children not four and it's six children that i need to look after you. hello sweetheart how are you going to get up. fine so what do you have any free time. on a toll on one of my dear what's new let us know everything's alright rather the
7:38 pm
time we learn brings home good marks three or four aides every day. because i got good marks for general conduct which especially pleased me. hello hello. where do your homework is hurting me with physics well make sure your boyfriend doesn't distract you from your studies when need to talk. well let's talk about ten pm when i put the kids to bed wasn't. that all this stuff but i don't want her to think i've left her. that's why i would regularly talk online that's why i always send money back home. i put aside very little barely enough for a modest life it would be great to have the support of the man i love. i hope i won't have to choose between. work i had already face a choice once. i left work and my husband served in the military but i won't choose
7:39 pm
a man this time. this man had better be prepared to accept me with the work i have and the life i. think there probably no such man. they're all villages like this in russia where every mother's bring their own children and raise them all together. but it's not the same. even if a mother does care for everyone equally all the children start complaining because she loves one more than the other of course there is a distinction here my daughter is my own daughter. realized i'm not the kind of person who can raise and log and adopt a child i'm not jealous i may want to know. even when a mother calls him at eleven or twelve. even if she is young and attractive i say
7:40 pm
absolutely call. new mothers who are younger and younger to day for example i was going to wait and met my has been in the company of a pretty young woman. your husband in the company of your. mom with a young mother. so as mom as for an s.o.s. debt you have to go through the whole country with a fine tooth comb to find a couple like that with the difficult. moment when s.o.'s mom falls in love with a man it's different. than s.o.'s mother but he's not an asset. instead she's my junior but what about him my years boss to jordan doing in a sense from three of my rival as we speak i'm pretty and.
7:41 pm
you got a lot of sneering and negative press for your engagements here in russia especially for your public appearances with food and even though they weren't explicitly political you were just supporting sports one of the things that certain people who zoom has become very adept at is controlling the media for example right here c.n.n. do i think c.n.n. is you know completely telling it like it is no i think is a have an agenda i think through genda is is bought and paid for. peer. to peer right from the scene took. the first trip to sleep and i think picture. on a reporter's twitter. on instagram. to
7:42 pm
be in the middle. on. i think. we're going to go digital the price is the only industry specifically mentioned in the constitution and. that's because a free and open process is critical to our democracy albus. in fact the single biggest threat facing our nation today is the corporate takeover of our government and across several we've been a hydrogen why a handful of trans national corporations they will profit by destroying what our founding fathers once will test my job market and on this show we reveal the big picture of what's actually going on in the world we go beyond identifying the problem trucks rational debate and a real discussion of critical issues facing america five different job ready to
7:43 pm
join the movement then walk a little bit but. if you leave with these economic ups and downs in the final column month they belong to the old sang i and the rest because i was doing the case you will be everything we know nothing. would.
7:44 pm
choose your language killing spree killer though if you're going real send us a still some of the. right to choose good music consensus get to. choose the opinions that immigrate to. choose to stories get inside the minds choose be access to your offices. the old. the i was surprised when alexander the oldest of the kids called me mom she was the first to do it she was too early and if i jumped at that moment because i wasn't ready yet it's like if
7:45 pm
a man proposes to you and you answer whoa i need time to think so when she called me mom i needed time to think to get used to the idea i spent a couple of days sorting out my feelings. that well my mom died. and another woman. i didn't understand it when i first saw her new yes that joe you knew. i know lisa into her and called her names and said there's two things to her just now it's only until another to call mom. because emma used to her. because she has sky and nice. and caring mom is you could say. the most important person in your lie. but i'm not the only my big conflict if i tell a child to do something for example kids often want to play instead of doing their
7:46 pm
homework one of my girls takes these situations very close to heart and cool owes us herself up. and because of these strong emotions she might start calling me auntie again. now i even feel slightly offended and i go like why are you calling me that i'm your mother how can you say that. she can with a direct question was on t.v. and then cherokee. she likes it when it's clean and. that's. just the way our own parents didn't want us so when they came to the children's village just i understood for the first time that was what it meant to be needed to be cared for. you in a life felt i had
7:47 pm
a chance to achieve something in this life of the course to lead i like this job because it allows me to create chocolate is like modeling clay now it's flowing but in half an hour it will set and i'll be able to put it into any shape i like that when i lived in the village mom would say that if she did everything instead of us we would never learn that she told us we had to do everything ourselves. it was my dream is to open my own chocolate factory. sell my real mother only once it's limit on a street in the town of pushkin this one approached man said hello how are you so i realized it was my mother standing before me the woman who had carried me for nine months when these were the only words she had heiress said to me so i answered that i'm flying by. my village mother went with me through
7:48 pm
everything known as says scar and joyful mom and. each year she invited us to her house while we were in seoul calls that i never even noticed it was more work for her to. call me to see where i come in on friday where coming on saturday evening they know they will be welcomed here one says amy is so banking on the sas i want to meet. she started independent yes i am independent. it's just that i get marriage we've been living together for on the here and we're still getting used to each other my has new ones to have three kids i told him to raise at least one tourist and then we'll see. there are two sisters and they are very close the older one will defend the younger
7:49 pm
to the last drop of blood in spite of being small and she has a very strong character so when the older kids try to raise their voices to her she immediately takes them down a peg. their grandmother and grandfather often come to visit them it's very important when relatives can stay in touch especially if they don't just come with a bag of presents and leave thinking they've done their duty but when they actually spend time with the kids. normal rules. mom wanted to know my daughter was a single mother. so after giving birth to police alexandra she started seeing a drug addict and forgot about the children for some time. to but it was all. siblings can be sent to the same or for. image. so in this case this village was
7:50 pm
a blessing because they were not separate it now my first my wife died of a stroke then she suffered a stroke two. is that if i had had a stroke the girls wouldn't have ended up with a great grandfather was eighty two don't allow him to take the girls because of his age and i'm disabled they told me you yourself need to be looked after we can't allow you to take the kids come scoop lena did i wanted to gymnastics what i wanted to gymnastics. and i treat them as my own daughter is no good and what some strangers can just comment take them away i don't want it to happen we're going to hear such things i get really really nervous because i noticed that yesterday i got a phone call apparently there's some couple that wants to adopt a child i asked what my heart sank when i heard it i thought you wish i won't let
7:51 pm
you take them for me so easily. just announced in the record this is how she prepares for bed usually kids watch cartoons and go to sleep but she gets even more excited because of cartoons she different from other children she was so tend to trust with you know when your child hold you in tissue they read kindness. and some of these children it's different they don't give anything they only take trying to make up for the lack of kindness in their life and this girl radiated warmth. to. most of them. all our children are in the database for adoption one woman saw a picture on the internet and decided to adopt this child how she's so much like my daughter when she was small she's just her exact copy.
7:52 pm
i called her grandmother and she told me that the adoptive mother has stopped all contact contact because literally you will isn't that she said she heard the girl's voice but the woman told her she wouldn't give the girl the phone the girl with no roots going to be through the roof to go back to the dawn of time. which i'm afraid that if something happens to this woman the girl be sent to an orphanage again children should live in a family. but only after the last child leaves the orphanage why should people come and take because from here in the village it's not the worst place in the world for these children this. village kids i play the games i didn't have time to as a kid resilience to. the ok i mean your team they are not going off along the boys
7:53 pm
it's just that i have to sign papers and attach seals to show. with girls you can't be tough when you're raising a boy sometimes you have to be stern and force him to do things through the station you can have a serious man to man talk with him. so you're going to be a man a lot after all. is the father of the whole village. but he doesn't respond to dad because he has his own daughter i don't think i will ever call him dad in fact half of the kids call said gay father no they don't yes they do you i heard that what i have. to know why you are going it's true i had them i know better i'm not jealous because i think it's ok for this child it's what these kids need. they simply need to have someone to go daddy to get on the rare occasions very small children asked if i was their dad my said you know i'm the
7:54 pm
director here he's not. just a director being a dad is one thing and then being a director is close it's still a completely different thing. to social minute one occasion when i was picking my kids up from school and kindergarten teacher i saw a woman with three children we did it we exchanged a knowing look and smile to each other there was a wonderful feeling i had their moment i really felt like a mother of five we were both mothers of a large family no these are your children and there's a mine i knew then what a mother's happiness means. that's when all your children are with you.
7:55 pm
one day i came and said ok kids our life is about to change and leaving you because i found a new toy and this story is my husband yes it was baby trail that was scattered all of the age of. those that one two children need to be happy that must a hole in one not only monitors spot father us in the village as well i still find they want to find a husband whole biala dad. again when mom decides to leave the same place and mom mom ran us with you car and wishes coincide if i ever go away i would take the kids with me without a doubt but i would have never thought that they were actually looking for a husband for me a lesson. exactly
7:56 pm
what happened that day i don't know but a woman i killed. appears later is when i got arrested for. for a crime i did not do. we have numerous cases where police officers lie about polygraph results. innocent people to confess the police officers don't beat people anymore i mean it just doesn't happen really. in the course of interrogation why
7:57 pm
because there's been this is like meant no because the psychological techniques are more effective in obtaining confessions than physical abuse and they were off taking they could do what they wanted they can say what they wanted and there was no evidence of what they did or what they said. deliberate torch is on its epic journey to such. one hundred twenty three days. through two thousand nine hundred towns and cities of russia. relayed by fourteen thousand people or sixty five thousand kilometers. in a record setting trip by land air and sea another's face. a limp a torch relay. on r t r two dot com. if
7:58 pm
. sweden. is in agreement it will be called a peace agreement when we meet next time to talk with the palestinians in three or five who knows maybe daily is the volume of the settlements we'd be big in the cheers for palestinian states so i personally.
7:59 pm
do not understand what this government is doing i know that a lot of pressures from the israeli right to go on. but deprived of it we big. ease in almost for these first of all regarding what he did as an image but also if we look to be able to establish a palestinian state we will be the palestinian state. we're not saying to the active camp at guantanamo where patients are forced that's just not the aftermath of our strike never turned the world's attention to the place that something cool on a hard time. breaking
8:00 pm
news on our t.v. the three day long geneva talks concerning iran's nuclear program and without agreement as to iran accuses paris of blackmailing negotiations. on its way to sochi the twenty fourteen winter olympic torch breaches in outer space for the very first time. evolving historic space walk from mission control. in america's already busy airspace sent to suffer further congestion as thousands of drones are set to launch into the country's skies we report on the possible risks. it's five am in moscow. very good to have you with us our top story.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on