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it is not that socialism has been poorly implemented but that socialism has been faithfully implemented for inside venezuela things were different we're going to announce sanctions against petroleum to venezuela associate. in the school of a supplement to. the tempest and that sort of sad to see on the people who come at the moment the focus of the who story isn't new makes him cold in henry kissinger to tell him that it would not be tolerated in latin america and old terms of economic and social system could take hold and therefore the policy would be to make the chilean economy scream so wants now making the economy of venezuela scream.
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cut cut. cut cut. cut of the. other side. in early february 2014 as the made crisis was getting more violent there was a phone call that was intercepted it was a call between the secretary of state for european affairs victoria nuland and the u.s. ambassador. geoffrey pyatt. private chats between.
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you know what. i think. probably. so you had this remarkable phone call. of the u.s. government talking about a coup. to restructure the government of ukraine. exactly i'm not saying the whole u.s. government feels that way the there is there is division but the neo conservative element very much to change the strategic dynamic in eastern europe. people and they've been at this for a long time they came in around the issue of propaganda they studied how to create
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hot buttons for the american people they had this experience when they were getting the american people to get excited about central america back in the 1980. and they've been applying those same strategy ever since they were dedicated to achieving their goals they still want to get rid of certain governments they want a regime change in syria for instance regime change. very skilled at this and they have now inside the news media inside the government means the. they can do a lot to control the narrative of any story so i think in america these days we have somehow told ourselves that there are a lot of ways of dealing with these problems other than hard power lattimer putin cares about hard power the neoconservatives can now demonize a leader of a country that sells with the american people so you don't just sort of argue a policy you attack the leader so the neoconservatives became very skilled at
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picking out leaders finding their ugly traits and then highlighting them unico bitch you might say was a rather clunky political leader but you make him into a devil he's he's totally corrupt and he's evil and he wants to kill people in the made in these wonderful white headed demonstrators so you get a black cat versus white hat and then you keep repeating that basic scenario and it works with the american people to realize what vladimir putin is an old k.g.b. colonel it wants to restore the russian empire you make them into demons and the american people find that the way they can understand the world once that happens it's very difficult for a journalist or anyone else to say you know hold that there guy he's got more of a great happen a white hat or a black at and if you say that you sommelier your yannick which apologist for europe putin apologist and and then the attacks come on to the person saying it the journalist the academic or whoever. any good director will tell you that
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tempo and rhythm are the most essential components to hold an audience's attention . some are. pretty mean you know with. them. you must you suck it out and it was a. at the chest. it can also be called a method of betrayal when the allies and followers are relentlessly thrown into the revolutionary flame. the idea is simple when the preparation work is done the trigger just needs to be pulled the 2nd machine into full motion. the murder of politician rafi courier e led to the cedar revolution. looking back at the mysterious poisoning of viktor yuschenko right before the orange revolution of 2004 we see now that he became a sacred victim himself. most political analysts believe the compassion of the
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ukrainian people at that moment tilted the scales giving him the presidency. the number of victims among the protesters during your on my dime totaled over 100 they are called to the heavenly 100 all the sacred victims were immediately mythologized. the beating of students on november 30th 2013 was the obvious trigger of your own mind on those who sent trained provocateurs to the square very well realized that peaceful protesters were the ones who would get hurt the most. it's hard to keep protests going for months on end tension subside and people inevitably get tired. holidays are also a big danger for revolutionary masterminds people want to be home with their families and friends and one needs to get inventive to keep people in
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a cold tent city. on christmas day of 2013 tabloid journalist and political want to be taught the on a chart of all was chosen to become the tool to whip the protests on my don back up a civic activist in journalist known for investigating corruption among senior officials was beaten outside ukraine's capital on christmas. her heroic deeds as a reporter looked more like petty crimes trespassing on the presidential residence of victory on a covert church leading the rioting crowd to seize the key of city administration building breaking into a car of the security service of ukraine it looked like tatyana was more interested in making news than reporting it and gaining name recognition that could be turned into votes for her struggling political career in the opposition party fatherland
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she gave the world media a christmas present in 2013 when she was cruelly beaten by unknown assailants on the road despite the fact that in just 3 days all the suspects were arrested and confessed to beating tatyana during a road rage incident world media kept insisting upon the political background of the crime instantaneously tatyana became a heroic martyr uniting people around her image the beating coming amid political turmoil in ukraine this is draw if protest your own my done was once again center stage and tatyana in less than 2 months after the assault she was already healthy enough to attack the office of party of regions the party of victory on a covert each month due to the jealousy much in the people in mind that a look at this in a disability which in my view as they got it was like this group does if one of the staff members 65 year old i.t. specialist unflat emirs the heart of was killed during the attack. so where is
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tatyana now well she finally got her position of power in the new government. one month later the time for another act in the play came. armenian ukrainian protester sir gagne go on was one of the 1st to arrive at my don he wasn't radical or violent but instead naive and full of hope. watching surrogate read a patriotic poem is like watching a casting tape for the role of a sacred victim lead to simple mourning the most common solicitousness. for this is. unfortunately sergei got the part betrayed by his brothers in arms this video would eventually go viral after sergei was killed early in the morning of january 22nd 2014 the circumstances of his death remain unknown to this day even though the whole area of protests was heavily filmed at
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that time there were no records or witnesses to help the investigation and his body was moved immediately from the scene of the crime sergei became the 1st killed martyr of your own my done and in a heartbeat the police officers were appointed as his killers almost 2 years later the official investigation would still deliver no results now it is widely believed that nico yawns murder was staged by provoke a tourist to escalate the conflict. god speaks to people with the language of science on january 26th 2014 hope francis prayed for ukraine addressing thousands of people at st peter's square in vatican city. hate speech and. after the prayer to white doves were released from the papal window and were immediately
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attacked by a crow and siegel those who understand the language could easily read the meaning of this ailment soon great forces the siegel and the crow would be tearing apart to slavic name. since the white house this omen gave hope to the ukrainian people saying that by god's will the dubs would be saved but it also predicted severe hardship and many victims. the events which could enter into the history of the color revolutions as the most massive human sacrifice yet arrived right on schedule one month later. for weeks this european powerful has been the scene of a violent uprising. they are still yet to protest jews are pushing up towards the government district arms here with molotov cocktails but we still have guns and
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short films. there are casualties on both sides but it. was just said that there is 6 dead people out there not just injured dead they say they've been hit by snipers. or. whatever the politicians do business going to work around it it's stupid to support a politician who say they're going to impose a tax or oppose a regulation because the rest can just move right around it is easy as pie if you're listening any want to be wealthy want to be a rich understand that if you know how to read a balance and you know how to read the recent legal guidelines you can become rich
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and it's almost like falling off a log if you can't figure that out because you either cannot read or you are incapable of math simple math that's it that's the bottom line because. those who are very well know. in case. it was stolen in 69 in. sicily of very important painting and somebody from the mafia just said a few years ago dead today has straw and stored it in the hall and combined it wanted to big adopted wall street gold because tourists had eaten it. that's just. certain i want to do it just show the face do with really be very clear. the way.
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management. and they are they they when they have them they have the fattening. skim you need to feel the. sun yeah i'm them what do you how much. your body looks local do you. mean that with a measure. crushed on. stilts seemed wrong but all rolls just don't hold. any new world to me yet to shape out this day become educated and gain from it equals
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betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground. well it's all the way they were literally lost there are lots of them really going to. be a political storm naturalised through. the years. consider what the order of the puzzle shall it be it will be still full of control and we'll see you . and here again we meet our old acquaintance from not old new andree part of me who was at the peak of his glorious self proclaimed commandant of my gun. which basically means the leader of the radical opposition. would have knocked down some i'd done most of that this activity he usually does it when the bus will
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open on your. own financial but he host nor you feel of course addition your bills into silverton still both. the protesters were filmed leading a long line of riot police away it's not clear where they were taking them 67 officers are currently reported to be missing 14 policemen and 43104 huge shifts in the world social. security and the news 3000000 year. old whatsit bureau if you want to learn store natural see what is wrong. because from inside the protest camp the opposition leader vitali klitschko urged his supporters to stay put each of you here should stay strong in spirit he said
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because we're not going anywhere. we believe with the video put him in the video what us up as it's a he or she just. gucky a poor support at the. door and you put in the. water and i think yes i'm not here but a shell of anyone in you know when a social. like in 2004 during the orange revolution international leaders felt it necessary to intervene and bring both sides to the negotiating table. deeming us the dust on the . fabius. front valter steinmeyer. wratislaw of sikorsky. but. mostly she.
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was. the would put a union desperation they were going to. move through. the ukrainian president and the leaders of the anti-government protests there have agreed on a truce the truce was to give talks between president on the opposition's. just like in 2004 the opposition or at least its radical faction the right sector headed by dimitri yarrow she had no intention on fulfilling its part of the bargain. to double what they could but yeah what year maybe if i get a national public running you know. what i always said yes thought this boy but i expect book they have a couple so obvious that john nichols double look at it but if we cannot play all of the shots we will stop at a club which at. celtic will put up a. new. store.
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soon lighted. suppling you know one needs to be able. at the news of. this with you notice. the opposition leaders left saying they may have found a way to end the bloodshed but they wanted to take the conclusions from that meeting to the people. it was soon apparent that the people were not happy you know. would have stayed on they would have thought it. was a what do you eat what is a young. this is. going to. do a little. you have to look at them. we
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didn't know and you know. yes and if it is a deal. it is the. dogs are below. us though in the eyes of the news of what they would put as it. rested in the. president to put. on that a shrill media letter to. the us it is the votes that should have. yep a politician to do this. at the same time was saying its last goodbyes to the victims of the massacre.
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it was also welcoming those who came to power at their cost ukraine's parliament has voted for the new speaker of the assembly to become interim president oleksandr turchynov called on lawmakers to form an interim government by tuesday these latest developments out follow the dismissal of president viktor again the call that's on saturday and they remove unico bitch not following the constitutional procedures for impeachment but. let go of those who put it only because it's all a salute to the whole assault. yellow so much for the lime into those fish to deport up to the parliament of ukraine consists of $450.00 deputies the constitution of ukraine requires at least a 3 fourths majority to vote in other words 338 votes in favor of the impeachment but only 328 deputies voted yes. the u.s. state department i mean almost immediately said this was
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a legitimate government and that was part of this effort to get regime change in. trying to find some way to revive the for going 21st agreement where maybe you could bring back into some titular way that became not a possibility anymore then you had eastern ukraine resisting crimea wanted to break away and things rapidly escalating. voters will decide sunday whether they'll leave ukraine enjoying russia to campaign with the slogan together with russia has the backing of moscow the crimea situation the referendum is also happening during this period very quickly. in its. you. know. but it's done that was through it. that the new the lesson in. syria the. crimean authorities sensing the mood of the populace fully supported victory on
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a covert his decision to postpone the 2013 european union association deal and side deeper ties to russia. as the events in kiev took their course crimean authorities issued a declaration putting into words the fears of its people based on the will of the crimean who elected us we declare that we will not give crimea to extremists a neo nazis seeking to seize power in ukraine at the cost of the blood of the country and its citizens after the regime change in kiev rumors began spreading in crimea that the new authorities would be merciless to those that oppose them so i'll tell you. this led to the pro russian demonstrations rejecting the new government in kiev. on february 27th the government buildings in the capital of crimea were seized by pro russian protesters. the current crimean government was dismissed and the new leader surrogate acciona of was assigned as the leader of the
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crimean. autonomy's republic when you. deal with the. list. you has this should be. on march 16th the crimean referendum morsi held and the people voted to leave ukraine and enter the russian federation. the situation in crimea is being presented as a russian invasion and again nobody looks at this seriously and looks at the poll numbers and some of the poll numbers done by the u.s. government agencies themselves showing that the people of crimea prefer being part of russia in the u.s. news media it's all been presented as the russians invaded they then station a sham election with people with guns at their backs somehow the big the ballot boxes to get 96 percent approval for rejoining russia idea of a referendum in crimea is just quite simply unconstitutional but it does raise
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questions on whether this vote really is free and fair especially given the heavy military presence in crimea right now errol so that's how it's been sold to american people the reality is very different yet it's fantastic the n.b.a. electric thousands of people have gathered in the capital crimean city and some from apple all of this funding away from a dem held last sunday in which the majority of people here overwhelmingly voted in support of being reunited with russia. democrats but each put up with a marketing. political slogan the in the with enough of this. it's of when enough. so in the media more disposable so it's. so should you know it's about us and you so should you know but it's and so is the place in the west and. that's they would.
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even. you know when you will be able. to see on his attorney one employee good morning one who has
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a little bit. more which. is of me will you take. the bus to know people you see posting it's going to be put see what's good. that's the time to get. if. that's the minute that you give. you know world a big part of the lot and conspiracy it's time to wake 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 bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle. for
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the troops the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. is donald trump's national security advisor john bolton a clear and present danger to america and the world because saber rattling in the middle east particularly against iran should concern us all we are forced to ask a fundamental question is alton the primary architect of trump's policy. this is a story about what happens auster a stray bullet kills a young girl in the streets. what happens to her family and daughters in florida know the mother daughter is buried in a cemetery meaning this is with your head what happens to the community the public was screaming for a scapegoat the police needed a scapegoat so why not choose
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a 19 year old black kid with a criminal record who better to pen this than him and what happens in court the. shock shock as far as i feel. we don't know childress fruitful. end of this trial unfortunately you 2 will still not know chill just. a. little. bit. until. further notice. in the.
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