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which is why you should want your only. child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all i do snowden delivers a christmas speech warning that too much spying could damage the way the next generation saying is there's still time for a cure. with the outcry against drone moves they're being heard across the world he travels to a region of pakistan where the un man is trying to become a deadly everyday reality. and others have the bailout exit leaves people there wondering whether the end justifies the means. i just i couldn't sleep at night so i could think about things i get up at school run and then i'm going to bed together you know i couldn't do anything at all i could think about was this dish. speaks to some of those trying to keep
a roof over their heads as a buying spree. as homes from struggling families. you're watching on c international live from moscow hello and welcome to the program christmas comes but once a year or so for those in the u.k. who cozied up in front of t.v. to watch the queen's christmas speech it probably came as no surprise that it works in the only message on the box and alternative address was delivered by a man who believes there's no reason to stick to the rules. as a story. christmas day here in the u.k. is a sacred tradition it's all about the christmas turkey the family gathering and of course getting around the teddy to watch the queen's speech with your family this
year the queen was wishing brits a merry christmas she spoke about the birth of grandson about the year's achievement spots channel four airing an alternative christmas message from n.s.a. whistleblower edward snowden who of course revealed the extent of mass government surveillance programs in the u.s. the u.k. and other western countries and he was speaking today all about privacy and he said that george orwell's one thousand nine hundred eighty four was a real fairy tale compared to the reality that we're living with right now and he said that children born nowadays are really going to grow up with no concept of privacy whatsoever we have sensors in our pockets to track us everywhere we go think about what this means for the privacy of the average person. a child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all they'll never know what it means to have a private moment to themselves and recorded on the last song he did end on
a positive note saying that to gather the public can work for a better balance to end mass surveillance and the to remind governments that really if they want to know what the public is thinking they should ask and it's cheaper than spying channel four said that they chose edward snowden for this christmas message because of the extent of the revelations that he has brought to the public this year and the questions that he's raised around democratic society so they're going to be hoping that they will have not just fear as towards questioning that status quo that little bit more by having edward snowden talk to them about privacy today. and america spoke to washington pas journalist and pulitzer prize reports also he was the first to interview snowden when he was granted temporary asylum here in russia barton gellman shared his impressions of one of america's most
wanted he is remarkably sort of at peace with everything he's a manager considerable pressure i must assume but he doesn't show it he is. he's feeling like he did what he set out to do when he when he says that he's accomplished his mission what he means is that he's taking. a very important subject out secret world and and it to the public so that people can decide for themselves where they want to draw the lines instead of having to draw the lines drawn for them. and in the car in the article you mention that when interviewing him his guard never really dropped which i thought was interesting considering you're saying that he was remarkably calm and whatnot i mean did you get the sense that he was sort of constantly worrying work concerned at all about his future which is basically unknown at this point. he doesn't project concern about his future he is what i mean by that he didn't drop his guard is that he has boundaries
for one thing he's a very private person you understand that he is in the news that he has done something very much newsworthy he wants the news to be about the policy the subject the documents themselves he isn't see that he's got any obligation to talk about his personal life and he has natural security concerns so it pays attention to what he said so as not it is not the only one delivering a christmas message on liberty a u.s. civil rights group say to releasing a comedy of easier of santa poking fun at the n.s.a. well should now. with less than a week to twenty four seen a wear something out of the most pivotal news of the outgoing year. and in the latest in our series they probably won't drone warfare in the middle east america's near decade long presence in pakistan has left numerous victims of
strikes by mond croft despite the white house claiming that most of the terrorists human rights groups are raising the alarm on the growing civilian death toll there in the latest incident up to seventeen people were killed at her royal wedding ceremony in yemen. and of reports now on the human price of america's war on terror . the locals call it death in the skies in pakistan's northwest tribal region an american drone as seen from the ground it's become the weapon of choice in the u.s. war on terror and this is the damage it can wreak under president obama more than three hundred such strikes in pakistani soil against alleged al qaeda and taliban suspects. but ordinary civilians also pay a price this man is one of them i mean it was on his way to work at a mine near his village when a drone struck the area he lost his leg in the attack three other miners who were
with them lost their lives we live in constant fear of another strike we are simple villagers who are stuck in a war that we didn't ask for it's a hopeless feeling to be death is above our heads all the time although the attack took place three years ago i mean new laws says the pain is still severe the sight of his injuries upsets his four children meanwhile depression and anxiety and lingering fear have pushed him to take up tranquilizer pills and modify that in the same arrogance should be able to tell an ordinary person from a television leader what they should know who they're killing what did we do to deserve this. this isn't my ex any grown arctic it's a question echoed by now dar who lost part of his hearing a short term memory and nearly his foot when. the drone shockwave was so intense that it threw us outside far from the place where we were sleeping after several minutes there was another strike and it killed many more people attorneys out of
bar has sued both the u.s. and pakistan on behalf of the civilian victims he says they're the voiceless people of the zeerust on isolated by geography and politics simply call it a concentration camp that you have build a wall of. military and militants and behind that wall you keeping more than eight hundred thousand people who are not allowed to come out and no one from the rest of the country is allowed to go in and that's a kind of tree which u.s. is using to use and test its drone program in many ways the epicenter of the cia's highly classified drone program is a black hole on the map a region of pakistan off limits to outsiders especially westerners now evidence of the drone strikes is almost impossible to get but these were smuggled to islamic bought from the tribal areas they're believed to be fragments of actual hellfire missiles retrieved from a war zone most americans never get to see the fragments collected by norbu
a local journalist who spent years documenting the civilian toll of drones especially on children just images of the living and the dead for nor it's personal . to me whenever my three year old daughter hears a plane she runs inside and won't sleep that night the children here have been traumatized by the drones the sound of a door banging shot is enough to terrify them. and that fear can turn to anger a new generation radicalized by the war by carrying out drone strikes killing innocent people who are not part of the conflict you're just why did the conflict. giving a reason to people who were not part of the conflict to become part of the. of course this is make me hate the americans we're angry and want revenge they've destroyed our lives my parents my wife my children we all see america as our worst enemy now while promising to rein in their use the white house says drones are both legal and effective. on.
us. when translated by defense that's cold comfort for the victims. of pakistan. drones have been praised by the obama administration as a surgical weapon allowing them to take out terrorist leaders unsaved in lives of american soldiers but on to drone campaign at no mere believes the official seal of the us and monster trucks his question of will to say the least we're seeing actual legislative bands coming out of countries where drone strikes actually happen the yemeni parliament has asked for a ban on drone strikes the pakistani national assembly passed for about on drone strikes when we hear about the drone strike that happened in pakistan that did end
up getting the second commander in chief of the taliban in pakistan and you know you see everyone saying well you know the drone program is great this happened but we also have to keep in mind that he's been proclaimed killed at least four different times by drone strikes prior to this one so who died in those drone strikes that happened before this one that finally worked i think those are the questions that we need to ask when we think retrospectively about the many times the drones have supposedly killed people. america's war on terror has become a lethal burden for civilians in the country's way it waged in two hours were poor and how then manned airstrikes reap a deadly toll each year in yemen. these loopholes are big it's our here braving the elements in order to stand up to us oil giant chevron. this comes after a massive hunger strike that returned the world's attention to the place that sums
up the gulag of our time. is an undeclared global battlefield in which yemen is just one of the front lines. just a few months ago they held the reins of power in egypt today that considered terrorists that's how the muslim brotherhood is officially a we got it by the military bank's interim government which has bonded successive issues both at home and a ruled the organizations blamed for tuesday's suicide blast in months that killed sixteen and wounded scores of all those the muslim brotherhood denies being involved and is demanding an investigation kyra based journalist shahira of men
believes the government's got a vendetta against supporters of the ousted president morsi. world this is a new escalation in the long running feud between the security state and the muslim brotherhood what they're trying to achieve is to crush the zionist group altogether and not to leave any room any space for that group to enter into political life again. they see more defined the never they've already called for protests on friday saying that the coup is the real terrorism here and they feel that this is a return to preach and you are twenty eleven return of the police state repressive measures being taken. all measures taken to silence any form of dissent so i expect more violence more bloodshed and it served it's a vicious cycle. this is all same to national and social commentator this hour
a close friend of the ukrainian opposition is no longer welcome in the country for a portrait of one of the would georgian president mikhail saakashvili ended up on the no entry list and who else will be chairing protesters in kiev and the near future stay with us. to the. reasons he adds but there's already been plenty to celebrate. on this month's show we'll call the future tense so lazy section stone cold to make movies with an instant messenger. exoskeleton makes it likely to get a really good. interview .
this is on sci international welcome back the you want is doubling its peacekeeping mission in salsa donna one final zones are believed to have died in the recent unrest the u.s. is also sending marines closer to the country to help evacuate its citizens the walls youngest country only getting. in the congress from the north two years ago
but he is now on a brink of civil war a power struggle between the president and his socks deputy has inflamed deadly tribal tension that america has been engaged in they wait says the nineteen seventies when oil giant chevron discovered oil that was at the helm for south sudan's independence all thought i historian child porn was amazing to me civil war during the eighty's explains why the u.s. wanted another country on the. united states was basically the midwife for south sudanese independence united states in its real world posed to the khartoum government not least because it would seem as being anti israel and was perceived as being pro palestinian not only that but there is oil in sudan and the oil in the south in this part i don't do that nor and then there is the china question the chinese oil company is deeply invested in south sudan and for
a way the chinese was also seen as a tool through which could be accomplished through independence and searching for south sudan chevron felt that it would be in their best interest if south sudan work to see because it would be easier to exploit the oil in a divided country as opposed to a united country that was a major reason driving the split do the math we're talking about hundreds of thousands of barrels of produced in south sudan and with oil let's say roughly at one hundred dollars a barrel you can see that this is a pretty penny. tentative signs of improvement but they'll start causing rung for the nations who needed bailouts ireland became fast to prove that it can now go it alone but it's buying so gunning for homeowners who've fallen behind during the lean years sealand that some of their family is living under threat of
being tapped out onto the streets. most people here remember the cold to tiger with the sense of knowing callie economic boom times in the mid ninety's up until two thousand and seven that went bust in no small way the arm for the structure behind me would have been the offices of the anglo irish bank one of the struggling banks that was effectively nationalized it was a stark reminder of the property boston the ensuing banking crisis and the painful austerity that continues to today and for some irish families though there is also a daily reminder the threat or reality of losing their homes we had a mortgage was very high on the value the property was falling below the mortgage so i ended up with a cash offer five hundred passengers and two thousand and eleven and i was delighted but the banks refused to accept the offer because it wasn't more which was eight hundred i climb with the rears so instead the preferred term which of course. repossessed the house while arlen may have officially exited its bailout it's still mired in debt and the end of september almost one in five home loans
worth a total of twenty five billion euros were still not being fully repaid homeless organization focus arland estimates that sixteen families lose their homes each month in the capital the banks have had a catastrophic effect on data activity with art and on business to paralyze the entire nation they have failed to deal with the mortgage debt crisis but coming up with creative solutions we can measure how much the bailout has cost us in monetary terms we have never evaluation how much this is cost us in emotional and mental health terms i could barely push. one foot in front of the other because i just i just i couldn't sleep nights i couldn't think about things i get up at school run a minute and then go back to bed again and you know i couldn't do anything at all if you think i was this dish. i had no way i wish a new law was passed in december which would automatically discharge a person from bankruptcy after three years as opposed to the current twelve utara
personal insolvency arrangements can also be made for those who want to just and other debt with this perhaps there's a glimmer of hope for people like julia i would be bankrupt of course. you know it's bad luck and the reason why i'm hoping to be back of christmas is that i can start again become what i was before does or assume your r t r land of course we all know ways to keep our cash safe but it's a different matter for bitcoin says one plus owner has discovered a bloomberg to be host has found out the hard way showing his printed bitcoin on air to thousands of years only to get digitally pick pocketed by hackers and that online. on the browser bypass in britain called galway cameron that lets people watch online porn by getting around unpopular government filters the new number ten banks fire wall has been a bit overzealous even blocking out
a sex educational resource. former georgian president mikheil saakashvili has been declared persona non grata in ukraine here has also banned such five other people from georgia the e.u. and the us from entering the country all of them are suspected or working with the ukrainian opposition during the ongoing and to government protests his diapers cover. well the most prominent person on the list is obviously former georgian president mikheil saakashvili a well known supporter of the so-called color revolutions he's already visited the independence square once in december there are another twenty nine georgia on the list among them is a man who is on the international wanted list for being behind the unrest that broke out during the protests in may two thousand and twelve in moscow besides georgians there are also european union and u.s.
citizens who have been banned and treat rain a ukrainian parliament member initiated this sad that all these foreigners have been working with the opposition to destabilize the situation in the country however from what we know there aren't any high profile european or even american politicians whom we saw so many times in the end of independence square in kiev and to name just some of them it's victoria nuland the u.s. deputy secretary of state who visited the protests twice and even hundred out some cookies to the protesters as a sign of support the e.u. diplomatic chief catherine ashton who helped talks both with the government and the opposition and even the u.s. hawks senator john mccain who is well known for supporting regime changes he was he had been to key of the so-called orange revolution
a decade ago he was active during the arab spring in egypt and libya and he even let his support to the syrian rebels so far there is no evidence that any of them made it to the blacklist of visitors in ukraine and although the ukrainian authorities say the entry ban is temporary it seems to be already working as several people have been turned down at the border. time now to have a look at some other world news and brief life police into rubber bullets and water cannons on crowds protesting against government corruption and calling for prime minister and a one to resign instead to one replaced almost half of this cabinet was shuffling ten ministers after three lawmakers quit amid allegations of corruption and bribery is the biggest scandal the p.m.'s phase during his eleven year tenure he claims is an international panel to undermine his government's credibility ahead of the elections in march. severe weather in britain has made it
a chaotic christmas day for tens of thousands of people that high winds and heavy rain have biters the country leaving many without power around a thousand homes were flooded following most of our creations and southern and central parts of the country as a warning that life threatening storm conditions will persist. a series of attacks across iraq have left at least forty four people dead and schools more injured one bomb exploded near a church in baghdad as christian worship was left a christmas service there the president of the our bloggers association in the u.k. believes the iraqi government is too preoccupied with internal power struggle to deal with sick terror and strife. it was the new dictator in iraq and you have other politicians who want to remove him so that they can stay in this place and what is there is what's called the politics of the process which is really
a sham it is not a real political process because you cannot have a political process when you are losing something like twenty thirty people a day this is a civil war the fault of the end of the day must lie with the government because the government any government anywhere has a duty to protect the people has a duty to protect the society has a duty to make the life of the ordinary people talk a lot of all at least and this is what this government is failing in iraq has suffered its worst year of violence since two thousand and eight of the nine thousand people lost their lives there together with the investigative group iraq body count has a database that gives me the stark numbers documenting the deaths and the time that our ravaging the country it's all that.
and told the bank with more global headlines around such minutes timex that on aussie international whistleblowers journey through central asia especially are watching us and. although i have gone duck hunting a few times i've never seen the duck dynasty t.v. show but gosh i heard about the scandal involving one of the stars of the show phil
robertson who got suspended for making what many consider anti homo sexual comments in an interview this celebrity scandal is creating a lot of arguments about freedom of speech on social networks many people who believe that robertson deserved to be booted from the show for what he said argue that freedom of speech means that robertson can't be arrested by the government for what he said but the any t.v. channel has the right to fire whom they like the thing is that if the situation were reversed and robertson was fired for making pro l.g. p.t. statements then people who are currently defending any right to hire and fire as they please would all be bashing the t.v. channel for violating the stars freedom of speech think cry that firing him would violate his rights and i'm sure some websites would make him into a hero or demand a boycott or closing of a n.d. forever very few people actually believe in freedom of speech for all they just believe in freedom of speech for people who agree with them but that's just my opinion.
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