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usually going to date yourself before the, the the in the headline says thursday, russia warns of severe consequences if it territorial waters violated in response to an incident where the u. k. warship in the black sea anti virus software pilot john mcafee's found dead in a spanish prison cell. it will be authority to say with suicide. pandemic sees the number of super rich joining the millionaires club. shoot up as a report finds the firms profiting from the prices don't spread the wealth to ordinary. meantime in our next headline, awarding now of a disturbing and residence rage in northern paris after
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a 2 year old child and his mother resulted by a drug addict and official sanction drug use. nearby they created a kind of ghetto, a drug addict, ghetto, was you'll, i blade it will feel abandoned. we have a park, but it is absolutely impossible to go here. ah, hello, the live worldwide. this is out in to national for moscow. my name is colleen bray . with the stories were across this, our 1st one that's been simmering for the past day. now. ask permission brush is made clear how to enter its territory after moscow summoned to britain's ambassador over a destroyer that encroached on russian waters in the black seat. that's got more on this now, then live to correspondent constantine rosco high again. so as we stand what more been said,
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hello call and well ask for the latest. it's important to understand that russia sees the incident in the black sea as a deliberate provocation from the british navy. russian officials have taken a quite serious n. for instance here, year wrapped off rushes deputy foreign minister diplomat did mens his words. what can we do? we can only appeal to common sense and demand respect for international law. if this does not work, we can bomb not only in the direction, but also in targets. if our colleagues do not understand, i will in any one violating the state borders of the russian federation under the slogan of free navigation from such provocative steps. because the security of our country comes 1st. just to bring everyone up to speed a u. k. worship c h, a mass defender transit is 3. what russia says? ours territorial waters. the vessel sailed within 12 nautical miles off the coast of crimea, close to a russian naval base in the black sea. survosity of all this resulted in russia
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sending its own naval vessel along with their craft to fire wording shots. russian . diplomats also said that those trying to test russia's limits are on a slippery slope. and according to the rushing foreign ministry spokeswoman by firing those warning shots moscow let everyone know that you need to ask rushes permission before entering its territory. now, the british ambassador to russia has already arrived to the foreign ministers has quarter in moscow, and is expected to receive a tough de marsh. moscow maintains that crimea, and the around peninsula is russia sovereign territory. while the u. k continues to recognize crimea as belonging to ukraine and therefore reject moscow's claims of control over the area. it's incorrect to say either that it was fired upon or that the ship was in russian waters. h. m. s. defender was taking the most direct, an internationally recognized route between ukraine and georgia. as you know,
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the u. k. does not recognize russia's claim to crimea, and we continue to hold the international consensus that rushes annexation of crime . it is illegal, london keep saying it didn't mean to provoke russia in any way in its intentions were harmless. but that contradicts what a bbc responded. he was on board, the british ship reported. he said h, a mass defender deliberately took the course to send a message to moscow. he also said in the report that the crew heard the shots fired by the russian lion. if you don't change the course, i'll divide truck and roy altitude low. the interestingly british official sensation that the worship wasn't fired at all, and that it was just a coincidence that the russian navy were conducting,
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were games in the area. at the time the british raffle entered the zone. now, russia's diplomat say that this is an outright lie. those warning shots were men for the h. m as a defender, the scared off. while clearly this is the heated topic that will likely affect british russian relations in the long run. or could well do if anything changes in the meantime we work back review for now. they're konstantin roscoe. thank you. a president. putin and rushes defense minister, a voice concerns over nato. inching ever closer to russia's board is describing it as an alliance whose sole reason that is the containment of russia and china, the statements k, but the 9th moscow global security conference, which wraps up in a few hours from now among keno guests, is the president of the international committee of the red cross of the head of the humanitarian group told us that too many resources that go into war instead of those in need. if we look at the numbers, we are still in
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a world where 80 percent of old people displaced are displaced by violence. billions are invested into fuel in violence, while only at a percentage low percentage is off face equation is here to relieve the suffering. if i look at the increasing gap between you many tarion and for fire, co need at large and the willingness and the ability of the international community to pay for basic social services for humanitarian aid, for developing societies, for maintaining critical infrastructure in difficult times. this is by far not enough, and we will need to have more donors in the future. more countries stepping up to the plate. a lot of countries within a capacity to pay don't pay enough and don't do enough. and they don't necessarily
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to wait in a way which would ease tensions and sometimes rather accentuate attention. so there is a lot to say with regard to the necessity of the international community to step up to the plate to contribute in a much more meaningful way to the stabilize ation of societies. and i'm sorry to say this is more, this will be more expensive than the couple of millions which or billions even which go into a humanitarian development climate adaptation and a couple of more important global issues. so more will have to be done next, anti virus software pioneer, john mcafee, has been found dead in his barcelona prison sell. hours after spain's national court ruled in favor of extradited him to the united states across his forces corresponded more, i guess the f, who's with me now. morale,
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it's that colorful life and certainly not without control. this is along the way that, well, yes, eccentricity was part of what made jordan mac, if you draw mcafee. this is, this is what he was famous for. some of his stance. you know, a lot of critics, a lot of proponents, people who love the people who thought he was honest and. busy out there about himself and about what he did. nevertheless, these are getting suspicious circumstances. there are room as all over the place about why he would do this about whether he really did this, whether you really hung himself and this is all immediately after a spanish court ruled to expedite him to the united states that was still subject to approval by the government, but the gears the codes were ready in motion and what is turned all these rumor mongering is that just before his death he posted a tweet in which he said that he was the last person to kill himself. i'm
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content and here i have friends, the food is goods all as well know that if i hang myself, epstein it will be no fault of mine. loki himself said the charges he was facing. and his lawyer argued, this is well, politically motivated because he did a lot of stuff that perhaps the officials in the united states would like use a big proponent of crypto cards. he was also a very big critic of traditional monies of paper money. the banking system, the people who profited from banking system, traditional banking. he wanted all sorts of reforms. guys, as he was, there was a short lived political career. but again, there was a lot of control this he as well. there were drugs, there was a suspected, suspected killing as well as millions of dollars that the united states says he, he waited, paying in taxes. so suddenly people very divided again over his death. those who believe that the circumstances very suspicious and those who believe that yes,
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he didn't kill himself because he uses a dead end. of course it does also add to the number of high profile that either imprison or because that facing intense legal pressure in recent years, doesn't it? well then yeah, there is certainly a list. the names many of them we've, we've heard of. we remember, for example, john mcafee himself, but there was also, for example, aaron schwartz, aaron schwartz was he made the into that hall of fame and his twenty's. a lot of the stuff we use today on our telephones, on computers. he, he was fine, for example, read it. he helped lift off the ground and he was also an activist, a libertarian. he wanted freedom, freedom on the internet. you also wanted freedom for knowledge. he was caught downloading millions of documents with the permit with a permit, but he was allowed to download too many millions of academic journals, which he did nothing when he was arrested beforehand. and then he was threatened by
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the united states with 30 years behind behind bars. he hung himself, he was, he was found, hung again, suspected suicide by authorities. and then after which we learned that the secret service, the same people who got to the bama dot and then donald trump, now button had 1400 pages of information on him. so again, law many room as again a lot of speculation, conspiracies, i would say there was also, of course, jeffrey epstein, who, who, who could have brought down the entire establishment with his testimony. i mean, look, look into the people. he entertained the some of the people who presumably attended his parties. parties where there was child abuse people pictured at his part exactly superstar president seeing is all manner of officials and celebrities suspected suicide hung himself in jail. and the cool is there is another big name, another person who is right now, being persecuted for their views,
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their political views, their investigative work and their journalism. europe should not extradite those accused of non violent crimes to a court system so unfair in prison system. so cruel, that native born defendants would rather die than become subject to julian sons could be next until the system is reformed. a moratorium should remain. julian sons, of course, is really released information reports, investigations are more crimes in which dozens and dozens of people died. so for more crimes, there was all sorts of money laundering, the crime committed, a government levels revealed and on wiki leagues and for that and very new presence of chasing, chasing him on, on the sex abuse allegations or whatever out there. it is now about his work and the point these people as soon terrified of finding themselves in the american jail,
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facing huge terms, jailed sentences for, for things that the same people who are now trying to put a science behind, but for as long as possible. if this had been in china, for example, on russia, these would be the 1st people that be coming out wearing and tearing about human rights days. it's a movie business from top to bottom, isn't it? all right, more i, thanks very much for that. let's get some live thoughts on this now. from political analysts vision to solely good to talk to you. thanks for joining us. i that edward snowden alarm bells, the julian assange coping act. so they really justified the 1st of all has shown that not only do we have to worry about political prison in the united states, but also abroad where they should just be suicide. i mean that we have to really expect the investigation, not anything, because you evidence,
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i do not believe that this man will not committed suicide, has truly committed through if i was not by the parties are acting on behalf united day. and so the same thing could be happening to mr julian the thought to also in a very crazy day. so people might be fine believe that he committed suicide. if he was actually you know, the reason why the, you asked, might be interested in killing someone before they could be expedited to the united states. are plenty. john, read lots of knowledge about the national security agency and about things that are made in the united day and was for union bosh, who in
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a court trial couldn't tell the world may up the secret that the us spice day wants to keep secret. mcafee, there was an american citizen, does not mean different extradition rules. well that it actually was a problem was because the united states and in a very you off the international law that contradict everything that most companies on our believe expect they didn't. even we're living abroad to pay us taxes. and so americans are always, you know, just the way for me and criminal if they do not pay taxes. they, you well know of crypto cards, are you wanting the us dollar money and this was considered a crime. you all have political ambitions, being a candidate and multiple elections in the united day. and so political ambition,
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my call in this line, what you make of magazine tweet that he wouldn't commit suicide by. can you believe that he was someone who had a lot back in the 1st the so even though is fortune, what the youth i believe he had a lot of crime that way. and if he ever worked, walk free, he would be living a comfortable life. and also he was looking forward to the trial in the united state, bringing on evidence and exploding the us the during the day for what it, he had all the information that you have to be at. each stage did not want them to put out there, though, is most likely that he was killed. ok, thanks for joining his lie from hamburg, political and let's be sure to have a solely good to have the back on 90. next, for many, the pandemic brought hardship and suffering,
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but for others it's brought reco profits. the number of dollars millionaires has grown by $5000000.00 in the past a year in the us. just 50000000000 dennis. these now hold as much wealth as half the entire population. americas diagnostic families, both old and new, deploying a range of wealth preservation strategies to further concentrate wealth and power. power that is deployed to influence democratic institutions, the press, civic imagination and regular rules. the further entrench inequality goes down of next, explains how companies thriving through the corona. virus certainly reward some of their team for tens of millions of the p in pandemic could just as well stand for poverty such as being the devastating effect. but for a select few, it's turned out to mean prosperity, profits, profligacy. the locked down doesn't sound too bad when you get to self isolate on a $1000000.00, you are like this. altogether. the wealthy spend so much on the viewers. it would
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have been enough to fully vaccinate a small nation like new pool. for instance. ritzy mansions have also been snapped off the market and the raging health crisis along with lamborghini is ferrari's and rolls royces. 5000000 more joining the 1000000 as club last year. mostly in the us and europe. the rise and wealth and the quote he was likely not caused by the pandemic itself, nor is direct economic impacts. but it was instead a consequence affections undertaken to mitigate its impact primarily lower interest rates. and here's a key reason why. low interest rates means you can borrow money on the very cheap investors use that to get funds which the then throw into the stock market shares skyrocket. this is what's happening right now. and that translates directly into massive wealth boose for major shareholders. those who are already rich become
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richer, and that's not all they have going for them. the altar wealthy, especially diagnostically, wealthy families have in fact created the 2 t a tax system, one set of rules for themselves, another for everyone else. as a result, we end up with absurd situations where a senior government official is able to say that only more on the pay the estate tax openly acknowledging that the u. s. a state tax system is optional for the wealthiest a recently from the us revenue service has revealed that america's 1000000000 as i used to paying almost no income tax. and it hardly even bothers the tax man in washington. well, if we glance on the bottom end of the wealth pyramid, almost $3000000000.00 worldwide report less than $10000.00 in their bank accounts. and more than a 100000000 have been plunged into extreme poverty by the pandemic. in
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a bid to keep up the economies vital signs, the u. s. federal reserve has pumped an additional $3.00 trillion dollars of liquidity in since february last year. that's an 88 percent increase of the national balance sheet. while a lot of that went into the coffers of the rich, it also set off economists alarms, as it's a bubble. and sooner or later, such bubbles tend to bust the economy shipping to one in which a very small percentage of the population has an enormous proportion of the wealth . all that the leak from the internal revenue service did was to expose yet again, how bad the situation is, how successful the very richest people in america, the 650 billionaires, especially how successful they have been in writing the tax laws so that they
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can legally evade their fair share of the taxes and it produces more bitterness, more division. as i said, it's a society that is exploding itself. and it doesn't seem to be able to recognize and change to stop to this deterioration. parisians are enraged after the authorities granted temporary permission for drug uses to meet near a park. it meant that a simple mid day walk for one moment, her 2 year old and in misery. when the child was assaulted by an addict, jollity events, he picks up the story, plagued by a drug addict, many of them using crack cocaine. this call came power of a nightmare for resident. once a place the families could come to now they crash by in fear or any to risk
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factor residence and told us that they think tie a neighborhood run. see. but yeah, yeah, yes. we've had enough. and this problem concerns, not only the garden reveal, but the entire area. there are drug addicts, migrants dealers, all at the same time that are really a lot of them here. we have a park, but it is absolutely impossible to go here. so people, things just such a situation simply should not be happening in a children's park or any other such normal place. these are, we will draw hadis, they mean medical and social help. and they were just moved to the park in the hope that the problem will solve itself to get you is you know, how this problem exists in our entire district as well as in several other districts. moreover, this problem with greg smokers has existed for a long time. but now everything has become worse. with your isolated feel abandoned will come here every wednesday for approaches. you post tweet, we do
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a lot of things. we have created an association to try and find a solution, but it feels like we're hitting a wall to the go already overflowing, here is a disturbing development. a child amongst these images show the 2 year old, battered and bruised, periphery injury sustained during an attack. again, the child, bye. when locals, who have pleaded and go with the authorities, this is the law school. and can you feel secure after or something like that happens on there so little child? you know, it's extremely shocking. it's devastating. i'm shocked in the 1st place. so there should they offered it just to put $500.00 the drug at it in a children's park. we needed the park to be secured that day and night by human presence, as well as the whole neighborhood, your police presence today. there are some policemen for the people here in the
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protest, but on the daily basis, i hardly see them broken. i take to attack love and child was later apprehended by the police, but the cases or pieces concluded that she was responsible for. she's fully polar. instead, she knew it was for the matter of the area issues of mental health, drug of the big these are the gazes, the heaviest, once in a 2nd, patrick pathologist and crap consumption feed of each other, which create the most problems for the residence. there is an urgent need to act. these people must be taken care of in specialized establishment. nothing is worse than leaving them on the streets as well. i know cause isn't the time to continue to focus on the severe issues. i'm just take back this talk from drug addict
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such as they can. he knew that there was a real sense of they have been abandoned by the authorities. charlotte didn't see us see a talk in paris teaching kids how to hate each other. it's how one parents described the study of critical race theory in us schools. concept looks at society from the perspective of systemic racism. but many question, the approach you talk about critical race theory, which is pretty much going to be teaching kids how to hate each other, how to dislike pretty much is pretty much one of them all come down to, you know, deliberately piece to watch it right here got it better you because he why you go hardly tell why. oh, the black people are all down. how do i have to medical to breathe? i've seen your friends. it was pretty much show people that anything that they want to achieve in america can be done. they just have to want to do it. so want to have to actually encourage them and tell them that they can do it. but the current state
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right now that a lot of schools are want to implement into the education system is to simply have kids get discouraged that they can't do anything because their skin color won't allow them, especially when it comes to black american. they want to push this system in america to tell kids yes, the white people are better than the black people because they have white privilege and the black people. the reason why you guys are not good is because you guys are still feeling the effects of what the why people did to the black people during slavery. on a recent poll suggests the most now disapprove of critical race theory or pi smith . you just heard from things the theories narrative is actually about winning the black vote. as a kid, i was in a 3rd grade and i noticed that the teacher would tell children about sack lunches from home. she would tell them to get in the line 1st and then she would say, and everyone has a lunch card. you guys, i'll go to the back as the days went by every day we had lunch,
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i started becoming very, very upset and sat in angry. so i began to get mad at my friends because i felt like they were better to me. i felt like that they thought that they were better to me. they couldn't figure out why i was mad at them. and as a 3rd grader, i couldn't articulate the words to say to them why i felt the way that i did. so my friends, they didn't look down on me, my friends, they didn't this like me, my friends, they didn't think they were better to me. so when you teach things to children, they pick it in as if it's truth. and if they believe that they will go out and actually start to implement these behaviors in society, the politicians that's pushing this narrative, they are the ones that actually are though they, they're creating it. they want this to happen. so they want to vote. it all comes down to wanting the black boat from the democratic party. they want the black people's vote. only boom bust is on the way shortly. here on our tape. i'm calling
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bray moscow. thanks for watching. i'll be here with you next. updates right here in about half an hour. ah, ah, is your media a reflection of reality? in a world transformed what will make you feel safer? type relation or community? you going the right way? where are you being that somewhere? which direction? what is truth? what is in the world corrupted? you need to defend the join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah,
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i don't think they can't ride on police report it all in december 2020 a group of anti finishes. fill out a film crew access for 3 months. so if people organization, it's an idea that must be opposed to channel out the gate route, they make their faces. but they can say what they believe and we believe in helping our community. we believe that fascism is one of the major threats to the united states as gotten driven. this is a john to see who and teeth are really are. in order for me. my 1st amendment right and say that my life matter, i have to be onto the teachers that that's how we can't trust the police. we can't trust the government. we can't trust anyone except ourselves to protect ourselves in the
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