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not even that flies john claud younger president of the european commission he got flack nor seating and shameful they call it now a few years ago they called the diplomacy but down with the old let's all behave like angsty teenagers and post funny pictures on twitter. at least forty four people have died in damascus after a series of missile struck a market in a government controlled neighborhood. you saw about it was three of my relatives are injured my wife and daughter are in surgery right now. the. only a moment my son told me he wanted to celebrate mother's day with me so i told him let's go to the market she bought a cake i was buying sweets when the explosion happened i saw only a lot of dust and my children under the table.
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as dandy my daughter visited me on mother's day she was five months pregnant on our way home from the doctor was told by the market it was right before the show and my daughter and i were wounded my four year old grandson was cured and the shell and he was hit by the blast wave and it took us a long time to find his body. we are innocent people first the militants destroyed my house and then they killed my wife what do they want from us they call us infidels and in reality it's them not us. well the syrian government has accused terrorists in eastern of carrying out the shelling local journalists able to him reports from c s i this is one of the largest single rocket strikes that ever hit the syrian capital damascus since the beginning of the conflict back in two thousand and eleven the rockets hit a popular market a marketplace that was very crowded at the height of people shopping because today
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people in syria celebrate mother's day and many people were out buying their gifts yesterday and when the shells hit leaving this large number of. civilians into a particular site. when we got outside we couldn't see anything because of the dusk a real massacre i swear i wouldn't wish anyone to reduce a scene like this it's really sad. in the past forty eight hours the syrian army was able to make substantial gains in the syrian military now controls over thirty percent of what was once one of the most important and closest to the syrian capital damascus rebel held in claves it is believed that it is in this location many of the headquarters of the rebels were established perhaps this is the reason why the rebels have stepped up their rocket attacks in this recap of the mass because damascus have seen an increase not just in the number of rockets that hit it in the past twenty four hours but also the quality of the caliber of the rockets that rebels are using to shell the capital damascus. the u.s.
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national security agency has reportedly been tracking uses of the virtual currency bitcoin since at least twenty thirteen intelligence officials have also made efforts to a mosque uses identities and transactions. picks up the story. question what's in it for bitcoin buyers besides the price boom last year when its rate kept go and up people got themselves crypto was to get rich but bitcoins have been luring enthusiastic with something else since long before the twenty seven thing boo no central bank control privacy and transaction anonymity i'm sorry this could have all been an illusion you haven't followed snowden or have you. the n.s.a. worked urgently to target cohen uses around the world according to classified documents provided by snowden so let's look into the national security agency files
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which caught the eye of the intercepts journalists back in the days when the bitcoin was only worth less than one hundred bucks march twenty third thing the u.s. was already working hard on tracking down crypto wallet holders and the n.s.a.'s number one priority among the new currencies was bitcoin they did come up with a mysterious tool called monkey rocket and guess what analysts of from value in the monkey rocket access to help track down sanders and receivers of bitcoins how much value is the question here that no one will give you an answer to but come on the n.s.a. is almighty when it comes to getting hold of all kinds of data so no matter how underdeveloped monkey rock it was back then the agency could have filled in the missing puzzle pieces using a stunning array of other spying tools the whistleblower suggest with this sort of
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information in hand putting a name to a given bitcoin user would be easy monkey rock it is also described in the files as a non-western internet anonymization service how many bitcoin owners have so far been tricked by the n.s.a. into using this product that we can only guess where in march twenty minutes actually five years since these n.s.a. memos where it said we should do our best to track down bitcoin users were written but the guys at the snooping agency haven't really been wasting time a million to try and go in moscow big going analyst daniel amen jury thinks despite the revelations uses of the virtual currency won't be getting rid of their coins and i'm saying. you know just like nobody stopped using their cell phone when they found out the n.s.a. was tracking all of our cell phone text messaging or are there are going to stop using facebook because of what's happening in the news right now with facebook so i
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don't think there's going to be any kind of panic selling a big point because the n.s.a. is trying to track it down and the n.s.a. has made it a number one priority at least according to that two thousand and thirteen report from five years ago so i don't see any panic selling a bit coin i just think if somebody wants to own bitcoin and you want that privacy in that privacy is important to you there are ways to implement implement those strategy hopefully you're not googling into an n.s.a. program that's actually just capturing your information. tear gas was used in kosovo as assembly on wednesday just ahead of a pivotal funds this was on a disputed border agreement with montenegro proceedings were halted when a member of the opposition through to a gas canisters into the chamber the bill was on recognizing the boundaries between long to and. opposed to term to months to giving up allowance to. one use after the break.
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welcome back on a strange and so-called biohacking cold meow has implanted a chip in his hand to ride public transport more conveniently what he didn't expect was to be taken to court and receive a heavy for mine. i work in buyer having brought a sorry i crime so i put technology inside my body i'm a federal politicians song political candidate with the science party. you can program they suggest things that are in your door you can interact with
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a variety of technology at the moment this one has the back of my thumb. so you can tell my. state government is encouraging people to hack the system but when somebody came and acted in a way that i haven't anticipated it caused me to end up in court and i was caught of the thing that was surprising especially with the amount of interest that the case gone and it was a would have been a really good opportunity to show innovative ways of using the transport system a my way and basically stated that this is a case where the more hasn't put up with technology and i'm ready six months to a head of way things are. if we see more cases like this how it might affect all the people with implants jonna future power father the rights of companies extends with respect to the rights of the individual that has the implantable technology inside their body. president trump has come up
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with a creative way of sending arms to saudi arabia who gave a presentation to the saudi crown prince in the white house on tuesday. very very you know our five hundred thirty three million dollars five hundred twenty five million dollars the freeness for you. so here is a very wealthy nation and we're going to give the united states some of them well probably. well while prince mohammed bin soundman was in the white house protesters gathered outside they called on washington to end its support for saudi arabia's bombardment of yemen the conflict in saudi arabia southern neighbor has been going on for three years killing thousands of civilians well the saudi crown prince and the u.s. president are also expected to discuss a possible nuclear energy deal in salamon earlier said riyadh needed the option of pursuing a nuclear weapons program to counter iran the sort of directing them to that saudi
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arabia does not want to acquire any nuclear bomb but without a doubt if iran developed a nuclear bomb we will follow suit as soon as possible your plans for nuclear cooperation with the saudis have caused alarm in the u.s. house of representatives a bill has been introduced which would force any countries in nuclear partnerships to announce technology that could lead to the creation of atomic weapons saudi arabia has previously refused to sign any agreement with washington that would prevent it from enriching uranium members of the house both sides expressed their long about saudi arabia's intentions and the idea of saudi arabia having a nuclear program with the ability to enrich is a major national security concern the our security risk to consider the potential boost for the u.s. economy and renewal of the u.s. nuclear industry already desirable but that but it has been made clear what we can feasibly expect so we need to be careful and not allow saudi arabia to develop a nuclear weapon just because we're worried about the nuclear program in iran. even
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a country that we think we have friends you just never know whose hands these weapons were fall into at a later date. well political analysts come our alarm says when dealing with the saudis the top priority for the u.s. is economic gain. i think most key factor could be just economics and there's probably hundreds of millions of dollars or even billions for u.s. defense industry. to make if they can foresee. as well as foster the relationship of the saudi nuclear advancement and that's what i think would be the real reason for the american support it they cannot be any other rational reason because it's a proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in the middle east is not good for anyone but we've seen before as far as the defense industry goes as many weapons as you can see has any contractor you can sign they'll be construction they'll be
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logistics they'll be a lot of big companies that can benefit from this financially that can be the only reason nothing else. a wide scale program of home repossessions by greek banks has triggered a public outcry in the capital asked. barack . dozens of people gathered in the city center on wednesday to protest against the scheme the rally was part of a nationwide i won't pay movement led by the ultra left popular unity party homes belonging to debt ridden greeks are being repossessed through digital auctions to meet the demands of international creditors. and dozens of children in the moscow region are being treated for gas poisoning people in the town of. blame a landfill site and gathered outside the hospital where the children were taken the
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crowds booed the regional governor when he came to visit. was the was the was the was the more than one hundred eighty people in the area suffering from noisy and dizziness alonso slight house allegedly made the toxic former presidential candidate because sonya sub-treasury visited the hospital and spoke to one of the children being treated in that famous photo she was making even if they kept going and wishing the only issue which by the way. that she knew they were going to get
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you a sympathy it's just classic will you let me in this way you can have to show it but you were just telling me if it is a good ass kicking as shelly sterling let's just get it finished and. we're following the outcry from residents the russian general prosecutor's office has said it will launch a probe into the poisoning. former french president nicolas sarkozy has been released after two days of police questioning over claims of illegal campaign financing it so far unclear whether the sixty three year old will be formally charged sarkozy is accused of receiving fifty million euros from the late libyan lead a colonel gadhafi to bankroll his successful election campaign back in two thousand and seven under french and all candidates a barred from using overseas donations to run for office the former president asked and on the accusations against him. more news at the top of the hour.
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now called all the theories of how close it is to the kurds about the use of those he took insults association a typical ninety five to ninety eight percent i find incredible it's almost two approaches a very serious that if one wants to lead the mechanisms to all or i think of both through chemical weapons it comes in she played a role in conflict mediation then i think we have to look at the facts and the procedures for coming to affordably much i would love for muslims to be here to write.
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a play for many clubs over the years so i know the guy even so i gots. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the families it's the age of the shaper money clearly the road is expected to go to the twenty million player. well it's an experience like nothing else i want to because i want to share what i think of what i know about the beautiful guy a great so one more transfer. and peace this minute. the far right in britain isn't just on the march it's taking violent murderous action. a neo nazi group called national action applauded the mother
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and the mother of a young woman member of the british parliament just before one o'clock today jo cox and paid for in spending for the tots in knocking street first. i am now very sad if she has died because also for instance. other alleged members are charged with planning the brutal killing of another woman m.p. . and two british soldiers said to be from the same nazi group face serious terrorism charges. fascism and far right extremism street violence and confrontation isn't new in britain it dates back to at least the one nine hundred thirty s. when oswald mosley blackshaw structed through major cities today's encounter nations are no less deadly. this is the story of how it began
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how it developed revealing the major players and exposing the secret past the leader of the latest street movement. last year of the young woman labor m.p. joel cox was cruelly mobbed up in the course of her public duties in burstow west the mother of two young children was stabbed and shot to death by a man called thomas maier whose name needn't detain us for long. at the time the mainstream media narrative was the mayor was the lone wolf well in a rabid wolf he surely was but he was not alone thomas maier was connected enmeshed in the complex web of.
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you know we the blood downed horror of the. brought british fascism full circle back to where in a sense it all began. so oswald mosley was a middle level british. who married to the daughter of the viceroy of india log cars a. long moment. he was a conservative m.p. then a labor m.p. a left wing labor m.p. sometimes as
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a future our labor prime minister but as the skies darkened the wall street crash and widespread poverty oswald mosley turned to fascism. there's been a fifty year disputes over what fascism actually is one of the most influential definitions was by roger griffin who argued that it was a palin genetic form of nationalism and that's a fancy way of saying it's a cross class revolutionary brand of nationalism that believes in the renewal of the nation and the new man and in a way that's what people are separated fascism from conservatism the conservatives look back at the status quo whereas fascists were very much about looking forward to creating an ethnically kewl new man. you can see a sense of victimhood that somehow the nation state which it which they identify has been somehow a victim of of others of evil forces of stabbed in the back undermined in various
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ways whether it's by the international conspiracy. by liberals who are trying who are responsible for the degeneration the decadence the one thing that seems to me to bring together the fascists is the belief in an absolute leader whose word is law and who cannot be wrong and certainly hitler thought he could not be wrong in this country mostly thought he could not be wrong which is as good a definition of madness as i know but also the only definition that i can see of fascism. here in cable street in the east end of london on the fourth of october one thousand nine hundred thirty six britain's first fascist leader came across. was the leader of the british union of
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fascists he would have been if he could have been britain's. the purpose of his march was to whip up hatred in much the same way as his eye dog did in germany. the people of these tended and did people from all over london came on must to oppose him a quarter of a million londoners stood in cable street proclaiming. they shall not pass and when most of his black shirt that jackbooted nazis came a marching the people stood for. there was. trouble all right but the fascists were prompted and had to call off the mark.
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racial tension was already simmering in the long hot summer of one thousand nine hundred fifty eight here on friday august the twenty ninth outside lots of more road underground station the spark was lit. three days of war infamously became known as the notting hill race riots over the long weekend hundreds of white youth rampaged around this area carrying weapons brandishing racist slogans the daily mail and its an image to build style joined in asking should we let them keep coming in. today notting hill is expensive one of britain's most exclusive on cliffs here the rich the famous and the fashionable live eat and shop. at the time of the notting hill race riots it couldn't have been more different this area was one of grimy crumbling tenements owned by
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slum landlord charging the rock rents. council cochrane the young and carpenter who was stabbed to death right here in golborne road in notting hill was obviously not britain's first victim of racially motivated murder but he was the first to attract national attention. the first to become go it would never know it a symbol of resistance to race. at the time notting hill was a hotbed of white nationalism oswald mosley as union movement and cullen jordan's white defense league had this place seeding with the racial tension. we feel that you cannot have colored immigration on the scale in which you're having it today without sooner or later having breeding that must lead ultimately
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to a briton we feel that if we have elected population in the future that must mean the downfall of the civilization and culture of our country which we hold so dear if you look at the early history of fascism it was completely different to what we today associate as being fascist as well mosley was himself from the establishment was from the labor party had connections across the elites if you like he also had fairly developed ideas about what he wanted to do with the state of the economy. to say the national front in the seventy's or the british national party in the early two thousand and two organizations were very crude were simply out would be. conspiratorial anti semitic but they didn't have that sort of deeper level of thought about how to reorganize the state and the economy and so really a lot of the far right in britain in the post-war period really became dominated by white supremacist by crude. and really since then has an escaped legacy
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the fifteen or twenty years' time a black man will have the whip hand over the white. in the late nineteenth sixty's. grandy made a notorious speech. like the roman he could see the forming with much blood it was a prediction of a briton or riven by a raised riots even war it caused the disparate strands of britain's filed right to rapidly coalesce the vehicle they founded was called the national front the end therefore had a joint leadership the think and are drawn to. martin webster. i don't believe that the british people will allow themselves
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to be mongrelized out of existence we've got to fight to listen if it's right to save the whale with all of the lefties who are otherwise waiting and not fleet banners and if it's right to save the whales why shouldn't the british the five why have we got to submit to being exterminated by race mixing while we protect the survival of the minky whale the blue whale or whatever the logic of the left just doesn't bear scrutiny. the national front brought chaos to the streets of britain in the seventy's and eighty's that struck terror in the black of the asian communities anyone whose skin was not quite. the end at hod de symbolism had a reputation that really struck fear into the hearts of many in our black
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communities to take a beating from national from the skin it was to face the most horrendous violence this is why let's richard briefly violence that black people could face and you could literally lose your life over him kelson call crane did just that. the end there was a coalition of small extreme right wing groups on the fringes of british politics it specialized in provocative marches in immigrant areas only whites were allowed to join. britain is no whether you like it or not i happen to like it. a multi-racial country. but even if you don't like it it's too late to do anything about that as well first i don't agree that it's a multi-racial country integration hasn't taken place to a significant extent and it's for this reason i don't really have noticed but on
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television advertisement over the last year or so every single advertisement involving people has got black people in it asian people in it as well as whites and particularly insidiously in my view they're showing including in furniture and bedding advertisement. black and white couples. in we are insidiously being got at they're hoping that nature will follow out and that if they create an illusion of an actuality of integration and race mixing and miseducation that that's how the public will follow it well the voters indicated that they're not the national front trying to give itself a democratic leader standing in local and national elections without success. is part of the overwhelming.


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