Skip to main content

tv   Documentary  RT  December 9, 2018 4:30am-5:01am EST

4:30 am
themselves. in the final merry go round be the one percent of. the time we can all middle of the room six. billion real needs to. be a doozy i say. a few there on the cheap bus and then we went through all of that contra stuff lets ideas the right to scold us come can be said for me give them everything slip to the bus. this conference. this is what we don't understand how we are in such a country. let us into the minds of the us in time. noticing how to come into.
4:31 am
the saloon to run up a similar symbol. like a good one. because if you feel if the minutes of on board not that god can we believe again with the phone without the computer without the plane. to come back to the three story you do have to see. the best. move for. you to. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sport this list i'm showbusiness i'll see of that.
4:32 am
both of them and give you a. group or look at the both. they will be aired not go ahead with the. group will you. give it up would it be not. be thought of but if it did i thought by. the end. is sad because his city brownsville is surrounded by a fence built during the presidency of democrats barack obama. it was a concession made to republicans in support of a move granting citizenship to twelve million undocumented immigrants in the united states. go up i thought it. looked up only god knows. what is the you needed to be in the moment
4:33 am
like. me he kind of oh the medic i think that i've. got all the many couples. in both you got to have all those the finals on the water what on the out of it but the most of them are. those twelve million lived through months of tension and anguish. with trump in the white house their options for staying in the united states reduced. to identify them washington wants the local police every time they encounter an undocumented person to inform ice the federal administration agency or as they say in the united states . to ice. on it is called wasdin though and they normally. are.
4:34 am
and in the case of. the route that the united states into from texas to minnesota. to.
4:35 am
music shows. a university city and it's the state. it's also. undocumented immigrants. in mexico she's twenty. grand.
4:36 am
what's going on i want to say what all. of us. has just been asking i missed that. message that. she. said another night about. somebody who. what i am proud to. separate. was you know you know i've ended up not getting. that. they had. nobody drives as carefully as undocumented immigrants. the slightest infraction could mean they'd risk being deported. that.
4:37 am
is a dream that's what they call my dreams who cross the border as mine as they cannot legally be accused of any infringement. gentlemen welcome home and i'm thinking you know. obama issued an executive order in twenty twelve that aims to normalize this situation actually because. as you know madam. president that trumps dad i mean i am and that's always a problem i get each one only acts that are in the right how deep down it all and it must have been built and also from someone hasn't come ok but i was brought up but i may have see seen want to that only goes to this. guy. you know presumably. got a. lot of political. will to leave the. city.
4:38 am
no i mean down the. road is it. known makoto will open and will listen to me and say you haven't been there when you have a think if you speak. or you know you're going to kill going off in the movie you know. but just a funny is more than a dream she leads a group of young people fighting for immigrant rights in the states with a very conservative government and legislature and of dreamers know what if we win if we're long legs but in few months ago she took part in a hearing to convince texan senators not to pass a law that would be tough on undocumented immigrants my littles and i said but i will go to do vegas i got be done to you but as i've gone through this i would have and i guess i wasn't here to get
4:39 am
a bunk good not going there. you know if you got to move on as. well. as we learned. this then i must. have also built i mean i you that i want us who i must give him and that's just me most almost gave. them this will also notice because the marquis. said these papers but . no longer is and he does but i don't know what that is the most the last. say i.e. but i sent this book i want to put on them but on the. yes mass on. the state you know a yes he was useful mail i want to says it was the left one also gets how this has been messed up because on this they. started. this list you know someone in that this young one life i mean this argument they're used to this. but in the u.s.
4:40 am
nobody else's story of our own. his intervention achieved very little days after this interview as to funny a return to the texan capital but this time to lead a protest against approval of the law they opposed known as s.b. full. of. the republican majority has pushed forward and he sanctuary laws. among other things it allows for a local agent to be jailed for failing to report an undocumented immigrant. moreover it authorizes the dismissal of any sheriff who supports century policies even one that's democratically elected finally it also allows the blocking of state funds to municipalities and sanctuary universities. austin is
4:41 am
a welcome me had or city some people use the word sanctuary city to describe a city that is violating federal law. in that respect austin would not be a sanctuary city because we don't violate any federal law perhaps the serenity and dignity shown by austin's democratic men have paid off was it remains one of the few centuries cities that were left off the government blacklist i write it's president donald trump who feels challenged by almost two hundred centuries cities our nature to become a sanctuary. was. yes new york chicago miami and the entire state of california are on that list. adler is sure about the possibility that the county sheriff will be dismissed.
4:42 am
as such a lot and tried to remove an elected official i would. court . testimonies of leading republicans. to talk in the end but hispanic. did agree to talk. more than it already has been. forced. i.c.e. can still access prison if the detained. they can have access. to what we've got to do. that we have.
4:43 am
only. talk. but all right. we're. going to.
4:44 am
ignore. my the number of e-mails and ladies all still more than a long night since we last game of this. you know world of big partisan movies lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. prosecution will need to become almost.
4:45 am
where you push. the threshold finds somebody not known to seem to i mean yeah i mean i mean political pressure on that i needed to know through security jenison knows what kind of business models he was my american corporations. he's sold them good mental disease has. seen. the solution. eyes up an association. that i knew when he saw it is just somebody deleting. an investigative documentary. ghost war on oxy. i've been saying the numbers mean phone they matter the us of the rich one trillion
4:46 am
dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime families each dish. eighty five percent of global wealth if you want to the ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember is one one this will show you can't afford to miss the one and only boom bust. was.
4:47 am
some in the united states have begun to comb elton gray has all hide their wrinkles . they've lived thirty years because they have residence permits but for the first time in years they feel insecure. president trump statements alum them that's why this sports center on the outskirts of austin is full today. one that has. set the scene this week this is. not. paradoxically it's the mexico consulate the organizer of this campus that advises people who want to apply for u.s. citizenship. if i just got on thank you for you or me for my maiden name and it made me. you know see me about this because then i get to see the chap icici eat
4:48 am
a killer of to me that maybe it was at the price you make it to get either you gave them a quote of mine and i said no as i do that most i could see they getting i was stuffing my face it was up and sad. people are so they perfect your own image. and if he's going to mention it and it's just that when he got out of the attic and the guy said i'm the one battle. and then he got out and i think of all those things that it shows and i think he though you're right about. it i. know that each one of the known to be seen the status of no no no you see her level. i you that i learned that if i used. to see battle to be buddies that he's. a legion of volunteer lawyers help to fill out the final four.
4:49 am
if everything is in order in just over six months they will have a us passport they will be saved but the one of the house million undocumented people living and working in texas will continue to be in danger and the system of rapid and cheap economic growth will soon be jeopardized. sees passed on to that base i mean yes and by do you get my stats but i'm not impressed by several a good part of the i knew that it wasn't because of the usa you write in them i know they are in the comment that in many ways as a man. do you will continue to use them like because.
4:50 am
the are outside and that's one. thing. that. can. cause. some. damage on. this
4:51 am
recess. as the money to get one that life has not been merciful to hilda. imprisoned and frightened she barely leaves the church. and has even asked to work in the safety of the garden as she fears a visit from the fabs. churches began to give protection to immigrants in the eighty's from there the century concept was extended to total protection in us universities and even whole cities. austin has a network of sanctuary churches there are at least a dozen they take for granted that the feds will never enter a temple to arrest an immigrant and that is why they are welcomed. i was
4:52 am
a little bit but that was also said of people who protected jews in germany right when the laws being written by criminals decent people have to disobey those rules those laws. so and particularly president trump has made people afraid of the most vulnerable people on earth it's tragic it's seen as courage it's complete cowardice to not open your door for a young mother and her young son. to save their lives i just can't imagine not doing. and i haven't also crossed the rio grande by boat. up to the mexican red nose. the boat was punctured and began to sink just as they reached the shore of macallan
4:53 am
. that was their single stroke of luck after twenty minutes of walking in the sun they were seized by the immigration service. on your bottom line or not as out of envy. yes i am just glad. you don't want to. be on your feet you see. if you're on one of. the buses the museum. visit us in front of. the most out of. money book in making a. turn in. the cooler marked the start of her second run away attempt. to day off to several missteps in court building was enjoying a temporary permit to stay. she'll see it in
4:54 am
a couple of months but her lack of face in the system is why she spends most of her life within these fold walls. fragile in appearance but strong in spirit hilda isn't giving up primarily because she is determined not to return to guatemala to mistreatment and frets. but secondly and vitally because she wants to be there when ivan receives his doctorate in medicine . and ever. honestly i'm looking leader i know the words and in my. mind of an illness that they are naive and purely dreams of a child who has lived and lives on the help of others and it's a dream that began in my calendar the place where everything begins. you're not merely a mother mala they're lying all manner of course. that momentum. was
4:55 am
part of the me oh is. this my long this thing. and my boss assume awesomeness bo'sun in the pools now. he had all of the muscle now all around you bank is having them and then them want your last or your one. your me we then. bam bad whereby long run during. this way but. in the area where i'm going to shine your stephen. aunt. sally rush me in their arms around you. take.
4:56 am
on stand your soup and. put this back. to put it to come get it down for that it's worth it out. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or
4:57 am
rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to. have to go right to be cross as a white woman for three of them or can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in the house. first so. when a loved one is murdered it's natural to seek the death penalty for the murder i would prefer it be no in the death penalty just because i think that's the fair thing the right thing research shows that for every nine executions one convict just found innocent the idea that we were executing innocent people is terrifying the is just no really hasn't been that we're even many victims' families want the death penalty to be abolished the reason we have to keep the death penalty here is because that's
4:58 am
what murder victims' families want to that's going to give them peace that's going to give them justice and we come in and say. not quite enough we've been through this this isn't the way. to cope ism is such a zero point spread political allegation that it's almost almost well meaning if any politician regardless of their beliefs can be labeled the populist isn't all call it. six populism of some sort or another. yes there's a saying. i think they're on the cheap but then you went through all the countries so let's ideas the right to go to a sculpture he said to me give them everything slipped into fast.
4:59 am
leave this country. this is what we don't understand how we are in such a country. that is until the end of the. noticing fundamentally. the soon to run up or lose similar. if the minutes of on board not that god can we believe again with the fall of the food with the flame. to come back to the place story you have to see. the best. move for. the.
5:00 am
budget but mum. see them. soon. it. was. mass writings tapes across france and a fourth weekend of so-called yellow vest protests as thousands of police officers back spying on the dear.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on