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live all of the minke 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 turner in black and asian communities anyone whose skin was not white. and f. hard day symbolism had a reputation that really struck fear into the hearts of many in our black communities to take a beating from national from the skin it was to face the most horrendous violence vicious while it's richard reid the 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
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to join britain is know 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 even noticed but on television advertisement over the last year or so every single advertisement involving people has got black people in it and 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 there hoping that nature will follow out
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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 when the mood has indicated that they're not the national front trying to give itself a democratic renew your standing in local and national elections without success. is part of the overwhelming rage and anger felt by many black and muslim communities that they were british citizens in a first class democracy living third class lives being subject to the most horrendous violence i get the impression that black people are deeply unhappy here and that they're mad that kids are murdering each other at a frightful rate here they're not settling in they're not happy and i think people
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are unhappy outside their own culture their own society it's not making happiness for us either join me every thursday on the alex simon show and obviously to get us in the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line they did accept or reject. so when you want to be president i'm sure. most somewhat want to. have to go to the press to see what the full story in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in the house. this should be. the most expensive fish in the will each one is selling for the tens of thousands
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of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only women themselves a much larger mission was once there and 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 that. level of war hawks selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles that don't. produce offspring to tell you that but because of the public by the files of the most important day. off of advertising you on the cool enough to buy their product. all the hawks that we along with all
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the walking. i. the n.f. 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 of origin they're here illegally they're committing criminal acts 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 you know no i'm not a noun patri i'm now i'm now saying that we would in the words of. the godfather we would make these people here who are not happy and offer they can't
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refuse but you wouldn't rule out forcible repercussion 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 of the son. 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 have to our children and to individual children 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 still put the survival of the british people first. that's what being
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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. salutes and they were terrifying for me at least the where we lived we were terrified about to 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 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
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financial corruption. and political decadence within his country. i think the 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 scientists of various disciplines have subjected many of the stories associated with the holocaust to critical examination and hove
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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 they 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 the b.n.p. led by former n.f. head man nick griffin the b.n.p.
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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 fascists and 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 saturday the first attempt to hound us the energy 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
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everything goes that was an islamic you knew me by a young white didn't. 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 there were alive and kicking. some other slum dog oh look he's coming to get you it's going to kill as many people as it can it will swing it like you out a cow on the street and it looks on you like that yes poor kids tomorrow you really want these goes have gone through. reason why i did spend right these children it could be because i ope of burchett criminals but i could be present on pollution is my new. big sigh when moodle place my mood
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a politicians realize the link between this and then men a right pain or kids in the room. with. the english defense league were challenged would have of their be a vote and it was the british police to absorb the brunt of the eyeglass. on my yard laser next army man and it shows he's a security and intelligence expert what is their agenda their racist their islamophobia their homophobic their anti semitic. the loser is one. 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
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reform which take different names n 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 are disrupting them and so that there is a benefit there's an immediate benefits. to that disruption. in the wake of the murder of george s. the u.k. government used anti terror laws to crack down and ban these fascist groups.
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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 are now facing trial on serious jaja 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 to date they haven't really devoted anything like the same media resource to exploring this phenomena.
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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 arse. loosely. the f l e has mounted to huge demonstrations in london thousands took to the streets to back them others under 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 which wanted to play for the march people were racially abused people were friends nurses were told quotes i hope i f. ing bomb you right this is not a nonviolent court. we were going to do for you to know what
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a profile you know followers of or how we normally pay good will. find out just before lads well come on that they form by forward again it was cool that you feel either in the next phase because one of the stronger ones who fought in the film with mark ruffalo and this was the brave face i was thinking more you'd be here for life or whatnot 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 afa like islam not just as honest as i call it a high islam for supposedly an extreme a group i can't tell you can people who are linked to terror acts you've got people who are not nice and fascists there's a man called putin all right who is
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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 fights on march we very much the known price is an approach to nonviolent approach it's all about peaceful protest. for more 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. to mosley's blackshirts.
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well you know the cars they were kind of adopted because we were called pirates for so long. i mean they're in the smaller baltic sea don't harp on ships and it's. not up to. the little self to big fish already ninety percent of the dot and he won't get calmer. consecration scoops seventy five tons and they do it several times a day with a clean collar you get an idea why. we have to
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understand we can all stay still and just. be witness of the deal going too far as. i'm doing this because i want the future world to future generations to have and enjoy the ocean we have. now fulfilled the theories hypothesis to the birds about do you suppose it's association a ninety five to ninety eight percent i find it incredible if approached is a very seriously if. that's the mechanisms to offer a favorable through to chemical weapon circumcision she played a role in constant mediation then i think we have to look at the facts and the procedures for the four of me to mention
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a woman infamous moves to be here right. the headlines for this. russia says it regards the alleged poisoning or former double agent in the u.k. as an act of terror and the british government must stop refusing calls for a joint investigation. by documents provided by whistleblower edward snowden revealed that the much praised security virtual currency bitcoin may have been compromised by the us national security agency. of libya's former. president speaking exclusively to his lawyer. libya will no longer be a country trying legal migration out of human trafficking we will just interest the libyan people who protect its brazil six libyan people must decide the future of.
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the worldwide headlines of live from moscow this is r.t. international thanks for joining us. an act of terrorism that's how moscow was qualifying the alleged poisoning of a former russian double agent and his daughter russia's foreign ministry that it expects. from the u.k. and questions why london refuses to even cooperate on the investigations. has more . the foreign ministry spokesperson said a number of things firstly he reiterated that russia could have in no way benefited from the attack moscow says they consider this to be a terror attack secondly they stated that the u.k. refused to cooperate with russia which is against the convention on privation of chemical weapons and he mentioned the attack could have been orchestrated by
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another party but then clarified that russia is not pinning the blame on anyone and that his words not distorted the strike. look. we see that the british authorities are becoming ever more nervous and it's clear why the clock is ticking they have backed themselves into a corner they will eventually have to provide answers the increasing number of unanswered questions we expect from london and from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons an official and detailed account of developments regarding the scruple case we need comprehensive conclusions and detailed confirmations a spokesperson for the defense ministry also spoke out and he said that it seems that britain is afraid to conduct an unbiased investigation into the script of case and that the u.k. presented no proof that gas illogically used to poison scruple was made in russia now we did have a reaction from a london embassy spokesperson who stated that moscow doesn't have to present
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anything in terms of script or case but is ready for a joint investigation london has proposed russia a dialogue over this case however it doesn't see a constructive approach from moscow now the ambassadors that did not attend were britain u.s. and france britain and the u.s. sent embassy workers instead a crimp spokesperson reacted to the u.k. decision by saying that it showed unwillingness to hear russia's aunts as to its questions that moscow to date has denied any involvement in the attempted murders. and so this diplomatic spat that has gone on for a while now looks to continue to go on for some time the former russian officer who was jailed in russia for handing secrets to british intelligence you moved to the u.k. in a spy swap in twenty turn three weeks ago when his daughter were found critically ill in salisbury u.k. police expect their probe of the alleged poisoning to take months however british politicians very quick to pin the blame on moscow or britain's foreign secretary
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and his latest statement here. russians as ever responded with. distortion and delay and that is their tactic. of cyber warfare this information middling in european election campaigns to say nothing of election campaigns or a general feeling that russia is going to be moved. i want to be very clear that we do not wish to engage in a new cold war i deprecate that term i don't want i remember them of the. johnson has been one of the most outspoken in blaming russia but his latest claim borders on bizarre. they go on the road toward. the option putin's community and the way he was the one hundred
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thirty six. so i think the comparison with the one hundred thirty six is is certainly right that's a p.r. effort on virus johnson's part actually look the british government is not treating this event as a criminal investigation they're using it as an opportunity to spread more bellicose rhetoric against russia and it's up to the accusing party to present the evidence first and then the defense will counter that britain has presented no evidence whatsoever of russia's involvement in this to this point. but the russia blame game has extended into areas once can see beyond political point scoring london correspondent and i started here chuck and i found an educational project that appears to have found inspiration from boris johnson himself what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. the day is an online news service that is used by one in three
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duke a schools teaches my bearings from subscribing schools user articles and activities . across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory on provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their horizons talk sick putin on mission to poison west which and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler was this gus. help students out topics like the ongoing spy scandal where an investigation is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage should merely smokes and everything in case there is confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the words marks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective not the chalk and blitzkrieg are also in here
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a military tactic designed to crush the enemy with overwhelming force a short space of time coincidentally be missed by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to connect the dots brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well as plotting the downfall of western democracy also laid out as food for thought you decide section let students consider the following questions is putin the most dangerous man in the world did the cold war ever end as well as what impression does putin give about what russia is like the thing helps students develop information literacy and critical thinking prepares them for the challenges ahead of the changing world critical thinking is key the toxic putin class is dismissed and associate churkin our party wanted the script was one of the issues or so if discussed in an exclusive interview with russian presidential spokesperson to me trip to scoff you can watch the full interview all day friday for an hour quick
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preview. first we have to remember the starting point is the you know words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. this is number one number two. we're not speaking about. attempt to murder to murder a russian spy in great britain where spinning about attempt to murder a british spy in great britain he was a british spy he's a british spy he's not a russian spy. well he's a russian citizen but you know the russians but he was handed in to britain as a result of exchange so why would russia hand eighteen command that is of any importance or that is of any value it's unimaginable
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so even if he's handed in so russia quits with him his of zero value of zero importance go ahead so this is number one number two. words of president putin where not as crazy as two is to even to think about something of that kind. before presidential elections and before such an important event global event as. football championship. number three. the first blaming came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident. a couple of hours after the accident
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where heard first blaming of russia that highly likely russia was responsible of that murder over attempted murder and now we're see we see words of experts and experts of forgiveness for four or four. p.c. w. . that say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks is it contradictory yes it is. ten past here in moscow it's been revealed that the much praised security of the virtual currency bitcoin and may have indeed been compromised by the u.s. national security agency classified documents provided by n.s.a. whistleblower edward snowden demonstrate the efforts by the agency to track down users of the.


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