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and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only remnants of a much larger mission was once there that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes. times about email bed of the entire game i need my dad. and i mean i'm a mom i'm not here i'm no god. thinking of. making a move to india that you can email so you just have images to see so if you want. to. know who my lover natural again to be me i've got to look at it like the city
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because he. thinks it is fulfilling and hopeful and i think capable using. the end had a clear message about how to solve what it saw as the race question. if there were a sensible government all illegal immigrants all of them would be sent back to their countries on their illegally and committing criminal act. taking our money using our health is leaving us they would be sent back straight away we're still talking about illegals or you have no no are not are now are now are now saying
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that we would in the words. was the godfather we would make these people here who are not happy and offer they can't refuse but you wouldn't rule out forcible repack tradition if push comes to shove at the end very end of the day no but i don't think you need come to that you see i have four mixed race children so you can understand the twittering at the. they've never seen the place that you would first encourage but not rule of force of listening them but maybe maybe maybe you'd like maybe i take it i don't know what ethnic background your two are of children to individual jordan blimey of your own procreation i didn't know that well i still have to say it without wishing to be rude to you or your children or your wives or wife so i don't know anything about your background but i
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still put the survival of the british people first. that's what being a nationalist is i put that first and i'm not going to be morally intimidated or morally blackmailed by exceptional hard cases we saw their affinity with. genuine fascism in terms of their idealization of hitler. salutes and they were terrifying to me at least the where we lived we were terrified about see being getting caught out by the national front which was a part how do you view hitler. i think he was. a great man for his people
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i think that a lot of the things he did for his people picking germany out of the dump that it had been thrown firstly by the verse i treaty and secondly by financial corruption. and political decadence within his country. i think to hitler that led to him taking power and cleaning up his country and raising german self-respect that was an era which i would have supported him in but what about for example the holocaust. i'm not in the company of the holocaust revisionists. i do think the promulgated of the holocaust narrative have got a lot of very serious questions to answer engineers
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scientists of various disciplines have subjected many of the stories associated with the holocaust to critical examination and hove compiled a list of questions about how this could have happened in that could have happened . and these questions are not allowed to be asked in polite society in this country and in germany you go to prison for just asking these questions. but i don't say that there were brutal acts perpetrated against poles against jews against russians and others but i have yet to be persuaded that germany had set up the machinery for the factory like mass production and destruction of an entire race. the n.f. like far right groups before them fell apart out of the wreckage of which emerged
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the b.n.p. led by former n.f. head man nick griffin the b.n.p. devoted their resources to persuading the british public to back them at the ballot box all vote increased eight hundred and eight thousand to nine hundred forty three thousand. they had some success but the public eventually saw through them and rejected them just as they had oswald mosley is fascists cable street in the one nine hundred thirty s. and in similar fashion. football crowds out on obvious breeding ground in which the far right can recruit they are the only regular convocations of white working class youth who gather in the tens of thousands every other hour south of there the first attempt to hound us the energy
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of those crowds to britain's far right ideas was mounted by a man called stephen lennon though you probably know him better as tommy robinson everything goes through the house an islamic community the young white heat and. other peers you know you're a bit of a hoax are a bit of a hot star lennon stopped at the english defense league and for a brief period they were alive and kicking. some other slow slumps thought oh look he's coming to get yet it's going to kill as many people as it can it will slip like you out a cow on the street and it looks on you like that yes poor kid is to. redeem what these goes have gone through. reason why do you spend right these children it could
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be because i ope of burchett criminals but i could be president of pollution is my new. big sigh when mood i place my mood a politicians realize the link between this and then men a right pain or pete's from the. us. the english defense league were challenged would have of their be a vote and it was the british police who absorbed the brunt of the i grew up. in. my yard lays an egg farm a man and it shows he's a security and intelligence expert what is their agenda their racist their islamophobia their homophobic their anti semitic. were. the loser is one.
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of the. i think there is a very significant threat i think it's a growing threat i see these organizations which are usually splintered which reform which take different names in s. one three one for example scottish dohrn. are. when the organizations are beginning to develop the potential which you see is you know terroristic but seriously dangerous then i think you don't have any choice you have to take that sort of action even though you know that the the groups will then disperse the people in the groups will disperse they'll probably create new organizations nevertheless you're disrupting them and so that there is a benefit there's an immediate benefits. to that disruption. in the wake
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of the murder of george s. the u.k. government used anti terror laws to crack down and ban these fascist groups. national option will become the first ever extreme right wing group in the country to be for school actually action is a violent group they promote to the phobia they promote violence and terrorism and they have no place in this country a number of alleged members of national action i'm now facing trial on serious charges two of them are soldiers in the british army. for legal reasons we can't go farther into their case at this point in time but one thing is obvious that the british government fears danger from britain's far right what is interesting though is the media attention the islamic radicals have had but
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to date they haven't really devoted anything like the same media resource to exploring this phenomena. there's a new outfit in town the football lads alliance funded by a convicted football hooligan banned from every football ground in the country and regularly courting right wing extremists i speak us. loose on the f l e a has mounted to huge demonstrations in london thousands took to the streets to back them others turned out to protest the f.l.a.c. when all that they claim to be. on that demonstration as we were trying to lay for us all we were trying to play for the march people
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were racially abused people were friends nurses were told quotes i hoped i f. ing. right this is not a nonviolent court. we were going to do for you to know was pretty funny you know paul you are what we are we normal people who would feel. the best kind of just before lads well come on that they formed our forward again it was cool that you even hide it in the next phase or the strong ones who fucking with the government might be ruthless and if you followed the breaking faith was taking more you'd be nickel and mortar that's taking great pains to say we're anti rices and so on but how come there wasn't a muslim speaker on the platform. the true face a lot of people following the f. and i is law not just islam is terror as i call it a high islam for supposedly an extreme
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a group i can't tell you can people who are linked to terror acts you've got people who are not my system fascists there's a man called potent alright who is a former london u.t.i. commander and a convicted gun runner for the a.g.i. who is a member of the afterlife. one of orion's was. not my flights on march very much the known price is an approach to nonviolent approach it's all about peaceful protest. former hooligan join me going tries to say he's against all extremism that he and tommy robinson seen here in bristol on an e.d.m. jaunt just the latest if there's a mostly black church. i.
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a day with the big fleets oh you get an idea why ocean. we have to understand we can not stay still and just. be within this the deal for you because i. am doing this because i want the future world to the future can generations to have and enjoy the ocean we have. it would appear the more the political left and their allies in the corporate media attack donald trump the more we learn about the corrupt behavior of the deep state the firing of andrew mackay but the f.b.i. has to kick some point is this the beginning of a purge. time
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about email but of the entire debate a needle i get it. but again. ted again that i'd be biting them on comedy if i knew god. and i'd be. insulted. making a change to a depth in a game a billion disadvantaging crissy so if you want. it they will be better naturally good at the way i spoke to get a live cd because a. pig you say to a gay won't sing it kind of thing kid boy ha ha ha is aloud. about your sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself in taking your
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last wrong turn. you're out caught up to us we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath. but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was again still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this one quite different i speak to you now because there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. for a world cup twenty eighteen coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers
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of alternatives but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach six. guys i know you are nervous is a huge thermos and the huge amount of pressure to come out you have to go meet eight percent of the football with you and you'll see all the great big british get your the rock at the back nobody. it's possible you we need you to get down going let's go. along as i want to and i'm really happy to joined out to dinner for the two thousand and three in the world cup in russia meet the special one come on doctor patient me to just say the reno theology team's latest edition made up of people that need to look. at the plate for many flips over the years so i know the game inside guides. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch to the final school it's about
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the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spend the children twenty million one fly a. book it's an experience like nothing else want to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy my great so what chance with. a nice minute. when the whole make its manufacture come sentenced to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the financial merry go round listen to the one percent. time we can all middle of the room sick. i mean really need.
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facebook is on the. millions of users. which is whatever whatever. you feel well. the u.s. president. welcome
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to the program here one. morning on wednesday. delete facebook has been trending on social media was revealed to fail to protect the millions of users from being used for political purposes the scandal involves a data gathering cold cambridge analytic it worked with multiple u.s. presidential campaigns including donald trump and reportedly harvested the details of as many as fifty million facebook profiles for its operations the company is now
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under investigation and has even suspended its chief executive. political campaigns have changed they're no longer about running the most t.v. spots or spending the most money they're about to spend the smartest money finally a political communications company that really knows how to pitch and then they came originally thicker house prestigious and academic connotations to again very convincing small money must mean smart ideas writes we had a unique extra layer of data about personality decisionmaking and motivation this creates an unparalleled rich and detailed view of voters in the issues they care about so you know exactly who to target with exactly what type of message cambridge and they risk a claim they can do all this with a mix of data analysis and strategic communication that current list is want to boast about trump cruise cost and the list goes on so impressed so far but how
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exactly do cambridge and its a cat's ha get votes is a company now accused of using the private data of tens of millions of facebook users to directly target potential american voters facebook is under growing pressure to explain how to protect americans personal information from people wanting to exploit it for electoral game data analytics firm that harvested information from millions of americans without their permission tricked by tens and conditions wow suddenly doesn't seem so impressive especially when you end up in a legal feud with the social media giants and it tends outs cambridge on earth to have a not small skeletons in their closet according to britain's channel four news and they're on the cover investigation they posed as potential clients interested in the outcome of the share lankan elections last month they found cambridge on the list because secretly worked to influence over two hundred elections worldwide and their tactics would so squeaky clean the two fundamental human drivers when it
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comes to taking information on board effectively our hopes and fears and many of those unspoken and even unconscious. it's no good fighting an election campaign on the facts because actually it's all about emotion but that's not what cambridge i mean it's cut publicly admit of course publicly they say that advertising is not coercive they'd also tell you they never use any ditty tactics boss you mentioned intelligence gathering as well as part of the mix didn't you yes we have relationships and partnerships with specialist organizations that do that kind of work you know who the opposition is you know their secrets you know their tactics since some girls around to the candidates house we have lots of history of such things with a years of practice cambridge and then let's go have become real prize that having the result they want if we are working and then we can set up fake i.d.'s and websites we can go in as students doing research projects attached to university we
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can be tourists there's so many options we can look at i've had lots of experience in this at cambridge analytic and we are creating the future of political campaigning. so it's a story with twists tens of action med links weighing the minds of voters using dirty tricks but something is missing oh and the narrative that russia must be behind it all now that is an impressive result and donald trump is campaign was not the first to use facebook's data gathering for political purposes a former official on barack obama's campaign revealed how in twenty twelve they obtained much more personal information than their republican rivals a cul de witt's and i did it was all thanks to loopholes in facebook's privacy terms at the time. facebook twenty five election we got people to opt in the privacy policies of that time on facebook worried that if they opted in they
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could tell us who all their friends were where this gets complicated is that freaks facebook out. so they shut off the feature so that is out there you can take it back to the democrats have this information we invited richard good to you know former adviser to hillary clinton's campaign as well as legal and media analyst leinil to discuss whether the political use of social media inside the u.s. is more dangerous perhaps than the claims of potential foreign interference. looks like it's undisputed that they did things that either were clearly against the law campaign finance laws the involvement of foreigners in u.s. election campaigns let alone kind of the moral approach of basically pretending to be something that they weren't. so they either clearly would over the line or they they went right up to it and i think that's what investigators where the state attorneys general i'm sure congress will look into it whether this justice department looks into it because donald trump was the beneficiary of his campaign
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that they worked with i wouldn't exactly hold my breath on that happening the entire point is being missed here is not cambridge analytic is the fact that facebook is a tool a proxy if you will of that government and it's a surveillance unit it was conceived it through darpa through seed money did this this phase oh do you think they use the information against there are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information we have where has the world big you're living in and the pan optic on and when bharat obama was the you beneficiary of facebook data i'll be it not cold and a good being by these characters like especially don't forget legs and in
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action american you say that and that immediately turned that's the dog whistle went missing the point this is about a surveillance world that we live in that's being utilized by everybody constantly look we've already had facebook why publicly about what they did and didn't know they finally had to come clean right because i actually think they have a bit of a guilty conscience having worked with the. campaign to do things that are frankly kind of un-american so you know we'll see i understand that's the kind of party line which is whatever whatever the russian box may have done was to war by you know this large things we'll see what did they do that was un-american what well again they picked they they ran messages that pitted blacks against whites they got under the skin of blacks because of their claim that they were whites were coming after them and vice versa you are telling me that all the sudden the russians are who are the russians is the russian government that lattimer putin is at the
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kremlin some guy with a russian name who are these russians so let me get this straight when we had prayed president barbaric obama who basically went and absolutely not only colluded with but actively campaigned against bibi netanyahu no problem then he went we guarding brags that he said you're going to be waiting in the queue if you don't or if you vote for braggs it may be also when actually involved himself in the scottish independence movement as well so we we don't seem to care about this and i can't believe it that we have gone from that to this dainty miniscule didn't move him in miss microstamping buying a facebook ad and somebody is going to say oh wait a minute hold it i was going to vote for hillary clinton but now where i just how did you say that facebook ad that said i mean really this is that with all due
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respect this is the best the russians have facebook ads if lionel is of the view that all those billions of dollars that spent worldwide on advertising or news channels like arts here and others is just absolutely just wasting money to say you might as well throw it out the window if that's your attitude then obviously i'm not going to persuade him or anybody who believes that that by you know that's what he's going to affect anybody's opinion like oh no she's me i didn't really know what that. so i say my point is my point is my point is that yes i think facebook should be ashamed of itself because the evidence seems to be that it knew exactly what it was what its role in this was and in a sense it was kind of facilitating this in the interest of making a buck and i think that's wrong. of us now here in moscow a new arms deals became the main topic for the talks between the saudi crown prince and the u.s. president.


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