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ah, the evacuation flies resume and compose main airport is tend to size and desperately seek just for the afghan a stand. i wonder about ruled after the disastrous rule a few s truth. meanwhile, during the chaotic, polite the western coalition also leaves a generous gift to the insurgents, including advanced weaponry from aircraft to arm and vehicles, and even biometric devices. and also this, our americans claim that they are being refused to launch saving treatment. if they haven't had the faxing, even if that condition means they can't be inoculated, we put the issue for the back y, all we actually trying to discriminate against bully around those small, the people who chose not to take the boxes. i think everyone should be trained to
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regardless of whether they do or not, a ninety's females. i discussed it with the i don't see if it's the right thing to you as an individual. ah, well i welcome you, watching it into national just going to 11 o'clock in moscow. now the situation has continued to deteriorate in afghan stuff where the taliban has quickly swept to power across the country after the u. s. withdrawal. and it's led to toby and seems to compose main airport, where tens of thousands of base foreigners and afghans remained stranded as they desperately try to flee the country. the gunfire can be heard in the scenes from overnight, at the heavily guarded airport, with military personnel attempting to contain massive cries that gathered. large
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numbers are also trying to get the airport throughout the day on saturday, but are being stopped by both taliban and american guards. earlier on friday, about que ation flights resumed off several hours. now while the airport does remain one of the few places, not yet under taliban control, these images are from the south east of the country in the city of cost street sarah being patrolled by the militant group who were telling low close to return to their normal lives and doing says that they can, they will keep that promise of greater tolerance. i'm respect for human rights. and i've also said to me that they are not asked to seek retribution or revenge. but elsewhere footage has emerged showing how taliban fight is an island force and checkpoints on key highways. this one in particular, stretches out of the capital to the strategic city of de la bad, near the board with pakistan militant to say, hey, carrie, assault rifles, machine guns, and even rocket launches,
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inspected cars on the road before waving some of them through. however, pockets of opposition, notably from the national resistance front for afghanistan, de say they are or they will not surrender to the taliban and are prepared to fight on will though it is facing an increasingly power from taliban which has gained possession of vast quantities of west and weapons, and that includes advanced artillery and aircraft that was captured from government forces or simply handed over to them. he goes, don of takes a look at this video, write him claims to show taliban fighters, flaunting american made gear and well looking as natal. like as it gets headed, come out just a month ago, it would have been rubbish as an obvious fake. but today it's the really believable americans left behind weapons and war machines worth billions of so many in fact that the taliban might not even need them all. we don't have a complete picture obviously of where every article of defense materials has gone
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by. certainly a fair amount of it has fallen into the hands of the taliban. and obviously we don't have a sense that they are going to readily handed over to us at the airport, getting this much advanced weaponry, including a whole air force would have been bad enough. but misery loves company. americans also forgot to destroy biometric devices, used by the us forces to keep track of african nationals. the devices known as handheld interagency identity detection equipment contain identifying biometric data, such as iris scans and fingerprints as well as biographical information and are used to access large centralized databases. now, among other things, these gadgets can reveal if an individual ever cooperated with the american military. now these people could be literally one ice can away from death. the
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embarrassment of, of c captured american system is paraded in the straits is going to be something which will hold the us for a long time. but even worse is the fact that the us mismanagement cause washington to abandon allies in ways which were disloyal. and this is going to make it very, very hard for the united states to gain or regain the trust of its major allies, including the united kingdom, australia, japan, india, and the like weapons and equipment is not the only stuff. the u. s. wasted. in galveston. billions. of taxpayer dollars would dumped down the drain of failed projects and initiatives. $20000000.00 that makes the soldier look like he target on the shooting range. i mean sure. as long as it looks good, i hate to be an afghan soldier wearing a uniform. it's sort of like,
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shoot me written on the back. yes. the american military spent almost $30000000.00 on the uniform with a for as design to be used in a country which has only 2 percent over its land, covered by trees. 176000000 was flashed out on a road that failed to last even a month, and not because it was bombed or anything parts of it were simply washed away. america also burned through $9000000000.00 to eradicate of gamma extends infamous poppy fields. instead, year to year, the rates of opium cultivation showed a steady rise. despite the investment, the cultivation of opium poppy in ghana stone has trended upward for 2 decades and insecurity has made it difficult to reverse the growth of ghana and developed its own ways for thousands of years. america tried to reverse its traditions and impose a new order for 20 years. so turns out opposites do not attract in
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galveston was going to start a yearly amount of places coach. he says there are a lot of different people there. they're not a different time, or the culture is much different than what we would expect or are used to dealing with. we often underestimate their own ability to be dedicated to remaining in control of their country and being able to move forward to do that and have the patience to do that. the failure and a lot of the intervention that turn into war and misguided misplaced money are because we don't think about the populations and the people we think about interests are much larger, strategic scale and geo political competition, if you will on who have more power in these reasons and society. i meanwhile,
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the pentagon has sent helicopters to rescue nearly a 170 americans from a hotel. nick bull's main airport is the 1st time since the afghan capital fell to the taliban baths. american troops have moved into this city to evacuate. individuals would have warning, though you might find this footage disturbing. early this week i made chaotic scenes on the runway. 2 men frantically held on 3 u. s. military plane. while it was taking off they trans, you can fail, we'll see that death. just moments later, both men were under 30 years old. one was a doctor and the other was zacky and was re a 19 year old football or the afghan national youth team. but washington's emvoy to the un doesn't says that no friends of america were among those clinging to the aircraft. we are in the process of trying to get people out and our friends and allies are not hanging off of planes or friends and allies are getting the support
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of the u. s. government. i think her parents might have been on fire from the images that i've seen. i haven't been over there, but if those images are actor and they're not shooting a film, that lady might be lying. i mean, he got into play on his own will. so you got an a plane, you fall off your own right, and we'll do soon. so that's all in his on doing. and i was just lazy a stupid action that was regrettable. and i believe you was alive. he would say i was doing that. i think pretty much anybody i was in couple. it's probably a friend of ours since they were working with our military. now we have a trade off gas and they betrayed our citizens. are still there. and allies that for, alongside us who seem to put our young men and women and that situation and they turn around and leave the course, you try to be, you go there. we have so many people helping us there. right? and then we just leave your on your own. now, you know, you want to do that to anatomy, let alone a friend and you know it's going to happen as soon as you leave there. so yeah, that's terrible. we don't do that. we didn't do that. and that's the reflection of leadership. what on friday,
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joe biden did give an address and fielded questions on the crisis. i'm washington's decisions in the run up to last sundays, full of cabal, despite mounting criticism from all sides, did try to put a brave face on it. although he did admit uncertainty to evacuation mission is dangerous. involves risks to armed forces and has been conducted under difficult circumstances. i cannot promise with the final outcome will be well biden. he essentially used his address to try and divert attention away from what were obvious shortcomings and lapses in judgment that led to the taliban serge over the weekend. now biden did try to sell the ongoing evacuation as if it is some sort of success. now all, there is a situation as we understand where there are a number of american citizens that are still stuck in cobble. now it's also important to note that, you know, mainstream media has been quite critical of joe biden,
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on this certain networks that tend to lean towards the democratic party and their coverage of launched scathing attacks on biden and how he handled the situation. secretary blink, and how did president biden get this so wrong? how could officials have miss fis? how did it happen? how do we get here? does president abide not bear the blame for this disastrous exit from afghanistan? now in his speech biden admitted that the administration thought up until the very last moments that the afghan forces would not collapse so quickly that the taliban would not be able to search ahead so quickly. and it's also important to note when he was speaking, he seemed to indicate that it was not the time for criticism. the can overwhelming consensus was that they were, this was not what they were not going to collapse the afghan forces. they were not going to leave and we're not going to just abandon and then put down their arms and take off to be plenty of time to criticize a 2nd guess massage races over. but now,
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now i'm focused on getting this job done. now, seeing as this was a joint nato alliance that was operating and afghanistan, the hasty pull out has put that nato alliance once again into question. in europe, there are some that are beginning to call into question america's leadership of the nato coalition. know we have not heard any like overt, straightforward criticism. some tropes have been found in the media lately and in the public domain. it's a remarkable change in tone because up until then biden had been viewed as the opposite of donald. trump has more reliable and trustworthy by the nato allies. however, there seems to be rising disillusionment among nato allies and job didn't though, says this is not something he's concerned about. i have seen no question of our credibility from our allies around the world. i've spoken with our nato allies. we spoken with nato allies, the secretary state,
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or national security via he's been in contact with his counterparts throughout the world. and our allies, as has the general r, c b, i keep calling them in general. but my defense, the fact of the matter is i have not seen that matter of fact the exact opposite i've got. now donald trump has said that this is the greatest strategic error in u. s. history. he called it capitulation. donald trump has said that joe biden owes america an apology. the world is now looking on and watching the scenes and cobble the white house is certainly under quite a bit of fire. joe biden's whole numbers are dropping. many are looking on the situation and afghan stan and saying that the united states seems to have pretty much dropped the ball here. and i'm often reporting rebel washington's allies have also been counting the cost of events after their 20 year campaign in afghanistan. simon right now, explains betrayed,
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abandoned. les spend for themselves in the face up to their own weakness. i have not the poor people of afghanistan on america night, so i have been left humiliated by washington. sudden decision got done and they didn't do all the 2 decades. britton's defense, secretary even started welling up. it's a really big part of the right to me get back. some people get back the u. s. golf ball that didn't the mountains get his own people out, have to send some troops back us general mark community college admitted i had the off the time to help them get american safely away through the state department. but taliban are facilitating the safe passage to the airport for american citizens . embarrassing. what was embarrassing that it was for washington night, so i logged into the room as they weren't even consulted on the time line. what consultations did happen, but julie ignored, we have seen the consequences of
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a difficult decision made by 30 allies together when to decide to end the intermission, that the nato general secretary then released, powerful, powerful job and welding, bending the june a little bit. because even if the nighttime and the degree there was a need to come back on his don, literally none of the others to leave the dead of night, leave the car developed in the hall and more to the point they wanted us to stay behind. because without america, the other $29.00 men measure about youthful then africa on me regimen taking on the taliban into play. molly, useful? what really must things off the for either trauma truce bombs about how useless nato minus america actually is. joe biden came to office thing stuff like this, but our alliance just a strong foundation, which we can our collective security and prosperity can continue to be bill. but he didn't mean it. uncle joe made it look more pointless than ever. the 1st
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opportunity for you k p. m, to reason was that the off did we just feel that we had to follow the united states and hope the dollar went into press. it would be all right on the night. if that's exactly what happened, the west could not continue. this us lead mission emission conceived, executed in support and defense of america without american logistics, without us and american money got ahead to say out loud in jim and children, anglo american lawyers by saying we are basically dependent on the decisions of the us government process. my new micron is too busy, lurching right to win an election thing. he's much worried about stopping refugees heading is way in partition. we need to ensure that we are protected from a large scale influx that cannot detrimental effects. so ordinary ass guy left on
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their own again, there has been some talk about trying to control the town by using the west weapon of choice sanctions. i dial is going to work his line. how about, hey, go we're in. afghanistan represents the challenges for china, but also opportunity and beijing has been laying the groundwork for some time for these quote unquote friend, really friendly relations and they help to establish with the group. oh yes. join is coming. board is checkbook lead designs on the nice on the mind us, but china ready step and good job. everyone turns out i think it's always worth giving a good shout out to some old school cynical and self preservation. on the one hand, this guy stands as president gone and were poorly fled the country on sunday with 4 cars and a helicopter stacked with cash. he's denied that by the way, but my congratulations go to the gym forces whose priorities are well in order that
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may have left behind a load of their local support staff that they did find time to take home. yet $60000.00 can be more than $300.00 bottles of wine around since come to this ira, artie cried hit the streets of paris for the 6th week of protest against the passage will be reporting from the capital just after this ah, driven by dreams shaped by those in me i
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think we dare to ask me what we got to do is identify the threats that we have crazy plantation. let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very political time. time to sit down and talk me the news. ah hello again. now from his end to the 6, we can run against vaccination passes after authorities made the mandatory to enter
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public places. thousands have been asked the streets again to protest from paris porter slayer sent me this report quite a significant place in paris in the square in front of duluth museum. so this had huge symbolism for the people of france, and i would say, easily $10000.00 people have turned out at this particular demonstration. it's wonderful that is happening concurrently. often in fact, today in paris alone, there's more than 200 demonstrations across the whole country. now people have taken to the seat because they're against the company to be vaccinations. at the same time, miss march started at the offices of a agency prom crate. and that is because protest are against the mainstream french media that they say has been incorrectly proclaimed that the coven vaccination is 100 percent safe. they also argue that they've been depicted negatively in the
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media, that they, people who are pro liberty, not people who are and are coast and he backs is and all the others. however, this is the, as i mentioned, the 6 consecutive, we can, that we've seen protests like this across crowns, and the protests have sometimes resulted in violence. this particular protest has been organized by the yellow bit. and we'll take a quick look now at what some of the previous protests have seen. the news, the the now there is
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a strong police play through. as the protest had marched down some of the main street given paris, the police had been following behind in various bands and on foot. and at the same time we all, what's the thing? a strong police presence here. they've been following the marches down the main streets of paris whenever the march of the police have been jeering at them in a short time ago. there was some shuffling happening here in front of the loose museum. i've been talking to a number of the protesters, and the point that they've really been making is that a worried about the future of france. they think that the country has now been divided into those who are pro, to help pos that is needed to, into any kind of public space and have been in practice for almost 2 weeks now. and those who are against take a listen. i'm here just to, to show the work that liberty is really close to everything we have, you know? so if we're taking our liberty to what do we have, what do we have left?
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nothing, all these rules. it is new rules about the sen pass are just are just worsening. and i think we don't have any freedom left and, you know, trying to find something the children try trying to forbid people from going to the restaurants, etc, is like, you know, a big change in our society. and that's about it. i think i'm here because i just don't want the society that's comp coming towards it and i'm fighting for my own generation. i'm fighting for the next generation as well. i want them to know what freedom is. you can see to the rights of me a presentation of police bad. these are police who are inside the vehicles. there are many that are amongst the crowd with a veterans and coding of the protest is the concern, of course, is that this could result in violence still to seem to say, but certainly
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a strong feeling here. and we are witnessing bigger numbers and we saw last we came so it's 30 is an indication. the anger and frustration on the streets of paris is far from over the mile. after more than 200 days in lockdown, anger has also boiled over in the striding city of melbourne with clashes between anti restriction protesters and police this weekend, and more than 200 good detained is offices, 5 pepper spray to break up the cries, 6 police officers required hospital treatment and every protest arrested 9 faces fines of around 5 and a half sized and destroyed in dollars. that's just under $4000.00 us dollars. demonstrations erupted after authorities extended the 10s across the entire states . victoria for another 2 weeks. restrictions are also in place to, for other regions, for spike in k v cases. and similar rallies were seen in sydney and brisbin.
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the fallout from the pandemic continued over in the u. s. to because a number of doctors and medical institutions and denying care to those unvaccinated against coven 19, even if they have life threatening conditions in the state of alabama, which does have america's lowest non elation rate. a doctor laid out why he won't be treating any body with act a jap. if patients asked why i told them cove, it is a miserable way to die, and i can't watch them die like that. unfortunately, many have declined to take the vaccine and some end up severely ill or dead. while in washington, a patient was denied delivered transplant as he didn't have a case with vaccine. he says he's not an anti vac, sir, but his medical condition means that a job could cause dangerous complications. we put the issue of who should be treated up for debate. he is for certain people, actually because he's cara sigma. he's refusing to see his patients last 5
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years, actually breaking the hipaa cross retired because they thought you mustn't from intentional wrong thing. and the hard part, if these patients are not the same doctor, i don't want to say in risk of home, i think everyone should be treated regardless of whether they do or not. and i just kind of thinking that we've got to get out of this somehow. otherwise we couldn't get, it could be a mismatch. so we're now in a situation where we got thousands of people going on a daily basis again because it said or thought way in the u. k. in america last tracks. now, i can't help thinking that this doctor's really trying to make a point. the only way to get that normally we're not going to control the infections. i think it's just trying to convince people really, and people should be doing their own research, but they should be looking in in the right places. i think when we are in a position in the united kingdom, where we are 8075 percent of the population box age rising. why you all we actually
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trying to discriminate against bully horizon, though small number of people who chose not to take the boxes very often. the reason it really makes me feel better at a middle class did a policy, has no medical benefits. what's happening with this last 5 ration program? people helping us by will sorts of bains, even with good advertising and ninety's females to say discuss this with your daughter, saying if it's a lot of things to you as an individual for your individual, how to have these fact sheets. and then you can picture in the u. s. for example, we're in a situation where we've already got people off the job. we haven't got time and people we need to just fax might as many people as possible. we're going in the winter and we want to try to avoid a lot when this ludicrous situation. we're so say recently if you've been vaccinated twice, i'm due tested negative for the crowd of ours. if you're in the same room or
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somebody tested both that you were forced to stay off, work 600000 people today. i'm not in work in the united kingdom. anything, any medical procedure carries way. there's a risk. you've got to balance thought risk for very many people being box. next will be the right decision. and for all this, it will not be the right decision, but we have not mandated vaccines. those fall off of oxygen program has been overwhelming success. leave people alone who don't want to do it. the danger of forcing them is not, was it? you watching are national just coming up to half, 11 evening here in moscow. good to have you company. we're back again at the top of the the the, the, the when
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our show the wrong. when all just don't the any. yes to shape out. the thing becomes the advocate. an engagement equal the trail. when so many find themselves, well, the part we choose to look for common ground. now we have e cigarettes. i just heard that it was a healthy alternative to figure out how do we trust tobacco companies with their message that these new products are actually going to reduce? are these, these are making the tobacco floors welcome sir. are the actors tonight? i'm your host near me carol bonnie lee camp is out this week. he's out a camp for foreign agents and he'll be released next week. but on the show tonight
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we pull out of afghanistan after a swift taliban victory. so now we're going to prove our superiority by making it difficult for the taliban to tweet. and big tech is taking over city's proving there's no such thing as free. why fi and then palestinians are forced to leave with israeli settlers as roommates that's nothing. a dry erase board can self, but 1st we're seeing the landscape changed america and i don't mean the fires. yes, july was the hottest month in the history of recorded hot months. that mean last year was hot girl summer. this here is world summer g q, just name the plan, is the hottest living thing. second only to do a leap or if your planet has a fire lasting 4 or more years, talk to your god. the google map is changing in another way. big company.


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