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killed was a hero police officer who swap places with a female hostage he managed to leave a mobile phone on for the authorities to listen in when police heard gunshots they moved to neutralize the attacker lieutenant colonel are nobel to have been fighting for his life but passed away on saturday morning well there have been a number as we know of terror attacks warded attempts in france since the beginning of twenty seventeen alone let's take a look at some of them back in february a mom attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete while at a taco stop that orley report one month later a police officer was shot dead in april in the seans elisei and in october two young women were starved to death at a real weigh station in march say former british intelligence officer i mean the fact that the government was under police surveillance exposes a failure in the law enforcement. part of the past that we're seeing emerging
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across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high. rates who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence agencies but for some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough they were being followed around. and they're allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these are pulling teeth it's hard to see what more fronts can do i mean they had a state of emergency declared after the massacre and attacks all the palace is still there in france they've just changed the name they've changed the terminology and yet all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i fail to see how much more they can do. facebook is facing intense pressure for failing to protect the data of its online users after it was claimed be information was stolen and utilized for political gain the scale. is tied to the british data gathering firm cambridge on
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a little which was involved in donald trump's presidential campaign among others the company allegedly mined fifty million facebook profiles for its operations on its parent company was reportedly involved in psycho social studies for the u.k. defense ministry cambridge is now under investigation on has suspended its chief executive on the revelations have led to a trend that will concern facebook famous entrepreneur must believe in his profile as well as the pages of his company's many others are following suit to the hushed belief that facebook spreads across another platform twitter facebook said to mark zuckerberg apologize for the data breach and promise that the company will learn from the mistake meanwhile legal media analyst lionel told us all data online is mind then tired point is being missed here it's not cambridge analytic
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is the fact that facebook is a tool a proxy if you well of that government it's a service you did it was conceived it through darbar through seed money this this phase and how do you think they use the information against their are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information that we have well despite the two global giants up the center of the data scandal having roots in america on the u.k. the story has not been tied to russia in the medium artie's morocco's the of looks into it for us. imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia
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is songe bots or hackers have cooked up the day came original that i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top adviser steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian meddling cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian assange of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence wiki leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone great
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innings i actually communicated with what how do you even make the connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation cnn's report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report at savage the dia and see oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the keywords just fill this. basis with whatever he also directly message to russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are
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you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytical had a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to a sound see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all the guards have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating keywords people keywords the russians everywhere more of the week's
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. it in minutes into the program welcome back the final results of the russian presidential election were announced on friday blossom or putin secured a fourth term in the kremlin with seventy six percent of the vote turnout in last sunday's election was almost sixty eight percent well i'm a news briefing the russian leader was asked whether he'd consider changing the constitution to run for the presidency again. constitutional changes. do you think you will be in the presidential seats until twenty thirty or so if you change the constitution.
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in a hundred. well thought of your putin left to all of his rivals far behind second place was taken by communist party counter the public were doing and on a lighter note it wasn't only the candidates though that made the election remarkable.
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well politicians are often held to a cunt for not keeping the promises they make while they are come painting for office but told me this party counted its public good damon has proved to be true to his word he pledged to shave off his mustache if he got less than fifteen percent in the election he did. gone didn't say he's not he doesn't seem himself without a mustache for thirty years so looked about. france saw nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers responded to social and economic
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reforms students transport workers are concerned by president a money will mccollum's new proposals saying they could face long term unemployment and low wages many schools shut for the day airports are also affected more than two hundred thousand people all over the country reportedly join the rallies with more demonstrations planned in april on me and paris the on recess collated into clashes with police. could. only put up one of you know we are not here to be violent we're here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by that kind of a clue that we disagree with the government's we can't accept this reforms that's
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why we are always here with us because the most part is the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. well during the rallies in part as protesters threw rocks at officers who responded with water coming or to charlotte dubin ski was one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been marching in paris or trying to make a voice just to the government of president michael and saying they're unhappy with many of the ideas if you see ministration including that she was not one hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years if he's the presidency there have been some confrontations during this day strike in direst now where police catch to the protesters some stage. seeing that the police it used to extreme violence and some of the protesters had been in. the civil servants to the right way still just students here to voice their concerns with this current administration this is
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actually also the first over seven days of strikes by the railways these strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june the way we were saying this is the only way that they can get a voice and they will speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to that line of work. not see paris just a ticket to the western french city of where riot police used tear gas to break up a crowd demonstrators for back with. us. this week mark fifteen years since america began a military operation it called a rocky freedom commonly known as the iraq war what began as a promise to liberate the country from a dictator turned into years of conflict across the region one of the darkest pages in the war was the torture of iraqi detainees at the abu ghraib prison and warning
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you may find the following images disturbing.
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well some former aber ghraib detainees describe their ordeal to us. we'll know in march when the americans arrived with their tanks we thought they would read us of the harsh regime everyone would have their own house and car just like in the wealthy arab countries or in the west but it turns out to be the opposite. they would hang a prisoner on the metal door of the cell and subject them to electrocution or urination they would stick a rifle into sense to various where they would use a broken broomstick causing internal bleeding prisoners would need surgery. after i was released whenever i saw americans on the street i would be terrified they would send me back to that place and torture me again it still keeps me up at night remembering the torture they hear the screams. that i brought it just to be a look at the time i spend in the prison felt like
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a lifetime an hour or the pain humiliation and unchastity is stays with you wherever. i'm going yet i still have nightmares and suffer physical and mental pain as if it all happened yesterday yes i work night and day to try to forget it what we went through and what happened to iraq was a terrible crime it broke us up even now i can't get inside a buffed up because it makes me think of waterboarding. george galloway's take on the rise of the rights in britain is next this hour keep it here are two introduction. i would name a guest manufacture consent instead of public wealth. when the ruling classes to protect themselves. with the primary go
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around to lift certainly the one percent told. us to ignore middle of the room sick. dilute the real news is really the world. about your sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself and taken your last wrong turn. you're after caught up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry honey 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 fret. but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was a cave still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave
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a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one different to speak to now because there are no other takers. claimed that mainstream media has met its maker. the far right didn't britain isn't just on the march it's. taking violent murderous action. and the own nazi group called national action applauded the mother and the mother of a young woman member of the british parliament just before one o'clock today jo cox and painful in spending with a touch of knocking cluster. i am now very sad because she has died because also for instance. other alleged members are charged with planning the
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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 is blackshaw structed through major cities today's encounter nations are no less deadly. this is the story of how it began how it developed revealing the major players and exposing the secret past the leader of the latest street movement.
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last year of the young woman labor m.p. jo cox was cruelly mobbed out in the course of her public duties in burstall 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 mare 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 british nationals that. in a way the blood dunned horror of the. brought british fascism full circle
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back to where in a sense it all began. so oswald mosley was a middle of all british artist 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 a future labor prime minister but as the skies darkened the walls. and widespread. oswald mosley turned to fascism. there's been a fifty year disputes over what fascism actually is one of the most influential
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definitions was 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 a new man and in a way that's what people are separated fascism from conservatism the conservatives look back at. status quo whereas fascists were very much looking forward to creating an ethnically pure all 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 ways whether it's by the international jurist conspiracy. by liberals who are trying who are responsible for the degeneration in the decadence the one thing that seems to me to bring together all fascists is the belief in an
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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. 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. as the leader of the british union of 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
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people of these ten didn't did people from all over london came on my ass 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 arm. there was trouble all right but the fascists were wrong to and had to call off the mark. 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
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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. 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 tournaments owned by slum lords charging the rents. the young 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
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was the first to address national attention. the first the big boy would never know it a symbol of resistance to race. at the time notting hill was a hotbed of white nationalism oswald mosley is union movement and cullen jordan's white defense league had this seeding with a 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 to a britain we feel that if we have population in the future that must mean the downfall of the civilization and culture of our country which we hope if you look at the early history of fascism it was completely different to what we today associate as being fascist as well mostly was himself from the establishment was
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from the labor party had connections across the elite if you like he also had fairly developed ideas about what he wanted to do with the states in the economy. to say the national front in the seventy's or the british national party in the early two thousand. and two very crude. simply out would be. conspiratorial anti semitic but they didn't have. sort of a 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 supremacists by crew. and really since then has an escaped legacy in twenty years' time a black man will have the whip hand over the white. in the late nineteenth sixty's. grundy made a notorious speech he said like the roman he could see the thai bar foaming
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with much blood it was a prediction of a britain or riven by a raised riots even a racial war it caused the disparate strands of britain's fod 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 and the. modern web stuff i don't believe that the british people will allow themselves to be mongrelized out of existence we've got to fight to listen if it's right to save the whale which all of the lift who are otherwise waiting and. if it's right to save the whales why shouldn't the british the five. why have we got to submit to being
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exterminated by race mixing while we protect the survival 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 at 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 this is why let's richard briefly violence that black people could face and you could literally lose your life well written kelson call crane did just that. the end there was
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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 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 really have noticed but on 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 and thirty.


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