one of the great problems the west faces now is that it just doesn't understand and i can't make sense of course you can't make sense of journey if you don't know about the really studying. you know recap of the top stories the week it was revealed the us state department was actually warned by julian assange massive leaks of documents. now that for washington to pardon the wiki leaks. the turkish president paid to go to washington for sanctions imposed purchase of a russian missile defense system as news in the week. book i state very clearly 2017 on the issue of cats that it has been imposed on no country apart from turkey. the daughter of iran's former military chief assassinated by the
u.s. this year gives an emotional 1st interview to revealing how she learned of her father's murder. when i turned on the t.v. and i saw his picture. i understand what happened. from that they tell nym's. heartedly. understand philosophy explain to me why he believes coronavirus means that our world will never be the same again. each. morning. again this is the weekly with me kevin recap of some of the big stories we brought you over the last. and days 1st the head of wiki leaks confirming the
authenticity of the recording could be again chamber changer for julian songe and says it could put the brakes on his extradition to the u.s. the audio seems to prove the whistleblower in fact tried to warn the state department about a mass breach of classified information back in 2011 appearing to be in stark contrast then to washington's claims that assad is wanted to endanger lives this is what kristen have france and told us in an exclusive interview this is evidence that you heard and i can quote sure and that this is authentic is not new to the courts in the u.k. transcript or for this conversation was presented to the court in september well this should have a tremendous weight because it's basically the argument that is in the narrative for the justice department in their indictment and try to use it to get a much of a lovely u.k. you know talking about irresponsible behavior and putting lives at risk
following the revelations more than 400000 people around the world already signed a petition calling on washington to drop the charges against a songe politicians and activists want on or trying to pardon them before the outgoing president leaves office next month saskia taylor reported. public enemy number one a man with no conscience no morals no remorse judean a solemn child's been smeared as a villain who revealed the ugly face of u.s. foreign policy but i would argue that it's closer to being in the high tech terrorists this disclosure is not just an attack on america's foreign policy interests it is an attack on the international community wiki leaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service but as a narcissist who has created nothing of value here lies on the dirty work of others to make himself famous he is a fraud a coward hiding behind a screen 10 years that narrative ron but is it all about to change is it actually
that the whistleblower was more concerned about the collateral damage of his exposé than washington itself a new t released tape has revealed a song just tempted to warn the us state department undone boss had to reclaim 10 back in 2011 not only does it seem she had to mold the cools she went as far as this he has to answer for what he has done so what was the motive for helping a firestorm was coming in the form of a rogue wiki leaks employee online. i think over time. because. it came. right kate. spread around. to. the degree that. we believe we've. become public. to
some possibility. so no right can see dropping a political bombshell standing back and watching it burn as we've been told is easy is disguise. traitor a treasonist i'm not for the death penalty so if i'm not for the death i don't want to do it illegally shoot the son of a done great discredit to this nation should be assassinated he should be treated as an enemy combatant with you should be closed down permanently and decisively no instead we hear a song trying to protect those in washington the very same who now want to send him down so life. having. people our viewers it is more your problem. we have been calling. the embassy. every day trying to train. the holdback it's cool to the wiki leaks out it's even
advise the state department to tell anyone why the encrypted files could be allegedly found and also help to remove them a decade on a song just sitting in london's belmarsh prison waiting to hear whether he'll be extradited to the us to face a potential 175 yes sentence that's a hell of a sentence for someone who tried to warn the very top of what was coming so is it any wonder now that cools a mounting for president trump to pardon the whistleblower hoping that he will pardon julian assange it's the right thing to do donald trump since you're given pardons to people please consider part of those who at great personal sacrifice to expose the deception and criminality of those in the deep state mr president if you grown so you want to act of clemency during your time in office please free julian assange those you alone can save his life time and timing is everything it's change
the image of a man who was cost out as a traitor and without running out for donald trump's presidency i'm on wiki leaks but to replace him in the white house this could be the last chance for america to part an unfit give a man who wanted to save washington from its shame time is. the essence for a sourness to avoid a life in jail the assistance was offered to to to stop this or mitigate any and impossible harm to this i have no idea why this was not followed through and it took up the offer of the help julian was was carefully and considerably. worried in offering to say to the state department never came back to julian for more information and seem to have not done anything based on this warning. there's little doubt isn't that coverts impacted all our lives in one way or another and in an article for r.t. dot com the renowned philosophers level told us that we no return to normal once
the pandemic is over i asked the slovenian academic in person to expand on why he told me it's because the crisis has opened up opportunities to control people like never before. that's great if we can save our lives. we were just afraid. to you know perspective now a strain to think it's happening would be so much smarter but a lot cheaper at the same time people prayed lest they die to go all socialized and so it's no dispiriting dream and those now we have a bank in the north of the smog and there's enjoyment like let's enjoy and wait last who knows what will happen i did a virus she's waiting to die. or something you don't know i am for measure us look down and. many of us d.c.
took establish. their own. lebanon into what i call a post human state of being totally. me on the horizon even the prospect of so why our brain our minds process usually been dealing so definitely i'm not exaggerating here and you. think we should. have. set that we learned from. 8 dead me. it's possible. second going to give you any details. are your. interest and point today science to seriously yes these
possibilities open but they're by gaming but they're all in the being that many many millions of go shortly say zees deny science or just isolated lately to go on with. the same. shells are going to go along me and most of them are me. and you can have. all these new. drug smuggling has risen massively and berlin with drug dealers now controlling swathes of the german capital is a story we brought you in the wake us sister channel r.t. german and took a hidden camera to some of the most troubled areas of the city this is what the.
intimidated me a well built young man came into my kiosk i told him to get out but he refused to and then she started grabbing me i called the police but they arrived too late so i gave a statement but nothing has changed. if not then you can see them looking out for a potential victim and if somebody is not paying attention they smash their bag or wallets.
that i'm open with when i go to the station looking for a dealer i tell him what i need he takes a rubbed elbows out of his mouth the standard price for a job is this $20.00 euros i give him the money and we go our separate ways. the most important reason for this drug trafficking is a very lenient city government and they instructed police to turn a blind eye towards the got a list of gurlitz upchuck ethnic groups from africa most of them are rejected asylum seekers not deported according to the law the activate the africans are acting out of going to some poc and trying to make a living but they're not alone. immigrants looking for 'd decent work but as i said most of them are rejected asylum seekers and should not be in this country secondly there are. clown activities. who are dominating certain areas and.
their very very well organized organized crime and. their word is the law and this happens not just in berlin but also in other cities in germany. in the 1st of a t.v. interview the daughter of iran's former top military chiefs give an emotional description of when she found out he'd been murdered the u.s. assassinated general custom some money in a drone strike in january sign of sum of money also speaks about the wider consequences than of a father's death you can still watch the full interview any time a dot com. i got so shocked and full of distress like my heart was going out from my chest when i turned on the t.v. and i saw his picture i understand what happened and from that they tell me i'm still shocked how is the death of you off the road iran together
what happened in iran and iraq was something it's something so special in the history you see how people come to the street and they are crying and they are sad and they are angry and they wonder events and they are waiting for an answer because they know. what general fully money did for them and they know also well why order to kill my father so so after that after killing my father america thought that everything will be stopped because they killed general soleimani departure of the middle east but they are still wrong. they didn't see the anger of the art in the eyes of iranian people they didn't see their tears they didn't see their sadness and i have to say that generously money has a military from people that they will take revenge from and they are so wrong
they are thinking this war will be end the end of generals fully money this is the beginning our people are united and they will stand in front of such a they just powers. the us has imposed sanctions on turkey over its purchase of russia's s. 400 surface to air missile system and our own green president there were then said he thought washington was a friend. to do look at it as a nato member it is being applied against our country for the 1st time what kind of an alliance is this this decision is an open attack on the sovereign rights of our country. turkey is a valued ally and an important regional security partner for the united states and we seek to continue our decades long history of productive defense sector cooperation by removing the obstacle of turkey's s 400 possession as soon as
possible the embargos target turkey's defense industry officials whose assets will be frozen on their visas restricted russia's foreign minister says the move breaks international law but he's not surprised. just as a should. this is of course another example of arrogance towards international law a manifestation of illegitimate unilateral coercive measures that the united states has been using for many years even decades left and right and of course it doesn't increase u.s. or thora t. on the international arena where it is a responsible participant in the international division of labor including military and technical cooperation. bought the s 400 system last year ministrations been threatening to punish turkey ever since claiming russia's system is a danger to nato is some ball based political journalist. told us there's plenty ways to retaliate though if he wants to now. it's
a huge no because we see the americans saying that they want to give diplomacy a chance but throughout this whole s 400 process acted very unique symmetrically very unilaterally or do will try to reciprocate and complicate things for the united states in need of bilateral relations and american activity in the region as well start you can also see by us whether the kid sees producing parts for the f. 35 there's american presence injured airdate american president that should it you can read our station but i don't think he will take any very aggressive steps right now especially with the new ministry she coming in and we've already seen the turkish president called for a review of the sanctions where he's hoping that they could be lifted or going forward. for the news in the weeks to come to the program called this one new york
restaurant owners rallying against a new coded lock down there they say is going to take them out of business as even big players close down amid the restrictions tough to break. problem drugs don't always come from unscrupulous dealers but from pharmacies to in every state in the united states we see a very sharp increase in the number of people seeking treatment for addiction to prescription opioids it invaded america under the banner of medicine persisted with the pain but instead of trying to wean him off though she just goes at their dose after dose after dose and really became his drug dealer so who's to blame patients doctors manufacturers all the governments of.
the world is driven by. the dares thinks. we dare to ask. again morning for more scope so londoners than scrambling to get out of the capital and what's been called the biggest evacuation since world war 2 now if the city announced a new extra strict lockdown from saturday night people even jumped into hugely expensive taxis the other side of the country in some cases to save their christmas
freedom pm boris johnson of delhi admitted it would be hard to enjoy the festive period as usual this year. given the early evidence we have on this new variant of the virus the potential risk it poses it is with a very heavy heart i must tell you we cannot continue with christmas as planned. so johnson's words echo a warning for the world health organization to which this week said the festive period is no time to relax about covert adding that the pandemic may get even worse and across the continent in germany a strict new lock there was also announced this week with records being set there for the number of new covert cases but the problem goes even wider than that as peter oliver found out. the christmas lockdown period is a policy here in germany they comes at a particular time the couldn't treat posted record breaking covert figures this week that combs is. 'd saying that they will roll out
a vaccination program in the coming weeks but also warn that the foundations of already being for a 3rd wave of coronavirus. we saw that a 3rd wave had started to build before the 2nd one actually subsided we need to give a clear signal this christmas the new year must be different to usual it's not just germany italy is facing a grim record of its 700000 deaths this year the highest figure since 1944 were during the 2nd world war rome has put in place new regulations to run from monday the 21st until january the 6th that will see restaurants closing at 6 pm and 10 pm curfew but hospitality workers say these measures will ruin them all or don't they actually destroyed our sector by making us close our stablish at 6 pm and blaming us for things they were guilty of instead because during lockdown we
didn't receive anything not the 1st time the 2nd 3rd or 4th a similar scene is playing out in france where the stay at home order has been replaced with a curfew that move has seen thousands of workers at cultural venues protest a shutdown on their places of work i did i was. in spain testing is found that one in 10 of the population had been infected with covert 19 the scale of this pandemic is hitting home in sweden as well with more deaths this november than any since the spanish flu pandemic over a century ago. an official investigation into sweden's coronavirus strategy has found that stock must take the blame for its high death rate prompting the swedish prime minister to put out a statement saying the country got its tactics of wrong i think most health
officials didn't see such a wave in front of them they spoke about clusters it's not like we weren't prepared for something to happen again but no one could have predicted the strength of it some conclusions have been made about where we could have done better in a week's time families would be coming together across europe to celebrate christmas however this year with covert dictating the rules the festive period may well be a lot more distant than we used to as european leaders to keep contact to a minimum peter all of r.t. early. hundreds of restaurant workers rallied in central new york this week after a new city lockdown instructions there came into force which protesters warn will force most of the business. to your parents through. what you are trying to refer to our friends or even on our way. after
como band indoor dining demonstrators demanded support from the government report found that without help more than half of city restaurants are set to close forever maybe even some of the most iconic venues may have to shut as well kellam open borders this report on it. the coded night teen pandemic has been deadly for a society's most vulnerable even the big guns are not safe and for businesses it's no different here in new york city the latest victim is club 21 and i connick establishment that is now shutting its doors the restaurant has been serving customers for a century there's been some big stars along the way such as novelist ernest hemingway tennis player john mcenroe as well as every sitting president since roosevelt except of course george w. bush and barack obama in light of the going global crisis and it dissipated extended recovery period for the hospitality industry the difficult decision was made that it will not be feasible to reopen the 21 club in its current form for the
forseeable future club 21 is not alone small businesses have been devastated some estimates say that as many as 50 percent of them could go under soon go with closing secular in this country my business is on hold no on toolbox no go literary openings and i can't even open my studio. because therapeutic massage is so up close and personal i have only come back to about 40 percent of my previous clientele i am afraid that the gov will shut us down again which will be the end of my business i also believe the ruling elite does not care about small businesses. the new york state restaurant association made up of over 6000 operators has many who fear they won't make it through the next 6 months it's carried every one year or every day and we were there some people we had a little bit of business week 2 of these 2 little bit more right we had to bring
some people back to work and it's terrible to tell them they can only give them you know hours and people working full time jobs. so it referred. to as having told people that and i'm scared of my families i'm going to have a job you know if you will if there is nothing because we will be shutting down probably by more that's a realistic look right now $552000000000.00 was provided as a bailout to small businesses during the pandemic however a big chunk of that went to major corporations tied to big banks not the little guys who are struggling to stay afloat meanwhile those that are still open for trade are facing even tougher restrictions that one bar owner in los angeles was fighting back tears and anger when mayor eric garcetti closed down her outdoor patio and just across the way a hollywood movie set had outdoor dining all set up town leave but this is dangerous. right next to me as
a slap in my face. that face politicians love to praise small businesses but is the whole game rigged it seems like when we finally emerged from this pandemic we might as well have dined out sheerest and said farewell to our favorite local spots caleb mop and artsy new york. well more the stories the last 7 days my back in 30 minutes is 27 minutes past the hour 8 o'clock in the morning here in moscow whatever time it is with the weekend goes good stay safe and well enjoy the rest of the week.
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we doctors were wrong in thinking that opioids can't be used long term they can be and they should be we used to think they'd stop working all the patients would become addicts or they'd be sedated and. these 6 cases show how wrong those views were. in this little film the public was assured with certification that content would show no risk of addiction despite its high concentration in opium to make it believable a real doctor and real patients' bill witness. confirmed that this treatment usually reserved for patients in the terminal phase of cancer can be used without any danger for common pain. i can enjoy every day. really enjoy must say i have been on this new pain medication i have not missed.