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which is a number of deaths to be fit in for because of his disrespect for science. i think our president is almost genocidal. or because many people died due to lack of guidance from the government or because of its mis guidance. you cannot. why can we handle that for killing my battery about the source? he does not believe in a need to humanize the government. you know, for that up, you don't know if he did not define protocols. coby, he woke up, he did not gather scientist or state and governors foyce, if he did not make any of the decisions that a democratic government that is concerned with the people would have made president . will you never means worth talking about pres, involved from arrow, and i'm sure you, me, you have many unflattering terms to, to, to say about him. but again, my question was about the brazilian people, because if we look at the opinion polls, he's approval rating still. harvard is around 40 percent. what is it in
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hand? so many brazilians respond to and do you think brazilians as a hall have changed our view of politics as a result of this very, very hard pandemic? then they have to face luke judy to do who is the i would rather not go into this subject of numbers and polls or point because also narrow has been dropping deeply in the post office when they ask respondents whether they approve of the government in many times they present the answers, all excellent or good, and regular. we talked about what you, when they ask, if the government is excellent, good or terrible, then it's different to get there be no pull that you still have afraid that boil scenario is experiencing his worst moment. okay. yeah. really affordable for natalie. canon's polls confirm that i would beat him in the election, split my both in the 1st round and in the runoff. 1000000 people behave according
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to the information they receive was her patient or on many right wing people in brazil doing door bell scenario gathered around him, members of local militia groups, people who were fascist. a few people who were in favor of military dictatorships, people who are nazis, or there's only 2 very familiar bad, many former military officials, if you want me to pool. but he does have supporters, which maybe $25.00 or 35 percent to $65.00 or 75 percent are still against him to be prepared. when that is why i'm sure that democracy will when democracy will win the elections. i 2022 boys. you've reached the voice. now speaking about october 2022. you haven't confirmed that decisively, but i think you've provided enough him to expect your ron for the presidency. commack toby's 2022. if that comes to pass, or even if it doesn't,
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how do you think the presidential priorities in the presidential challenges of 2022 differ from the challenges of 2003. when you secure with your 1st presidential term permit, you do to kill no stone, pitiful family to i've said that i'm not worried about the 2022 elections. probably because we have greater issues to deal with. and 2021 will have been going to be seen up to the battery and we're asking the vaccine for the population. i think the particles are only guaranteed to fight cobit that and bring the country back to normal. want to get his vaccine security. now we're demanding emergency aid for the population, but i got a futile unemployment is very high. there are 15000000 people without jobs and i got the noise. we had a cup and eliminated famine in brazil in 2
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t 12 for the vote and it has returned very strongly in the country who in the 1st we must recover the brazilian people's quality of life of health and well being. we start a ball for we can think about 2022 boys. as he said, brazil has the world's stories large as death stole, approaching half a 1000000 dead, and yet in april and brazil's house regulator and visa rejected the use of the russian made vaccine scrutiny, the siding, inherent risk and serious defects, even though internationally split me is recognized as one of the safest vaccines. do you see any traces of politics in that decision? ill tell you, we can do it if i want us to have vaccines from the whole world and data from all countries, including sputnik v. i actually had conversations with carol demetrius who is
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responsible for the fun which sponsored vaccine production and russia for the good company got sold up. i've seen it often. i took for former health ministers to talk with mister dmitri, of assigned to the former president of the visa and governors of the p t party. what are you to prepare your to go, but including one from the northeast region of the unit. they are all fighting to get vaccines and have orders, at least for a transfer. we met these good. we found the seems to be a problem with production and distribution with the coffee and also with its acceptance here in brazil, yuki, all of you already, any people are suspicious that former president trump recommended pro, and there is documentary evidence of it. he put a president bell scenario does not purchase the russian vaccine off in the same way that he heavily criticized chinese vaccine. finishing the over if the brazilian president was really committed to the people of his country to the he would have spoken to president. paula would have set up
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a bilateral committee with russian and brazilian experts get our phone and we would have solved the vaccination problem. a long time ago, when we go over the president does not take any measures. and the truth is that he is under pressure. i cannot prove it, but it is largely visible that there is a political impediment to purchase russian vaccines in brazil. as there was also heavy criticism towards the chinese vaccine view, dickie paid the maple leaf. well, mister president, you just connect to the rejection of splitting the vaccine in brazil to the conversation between president boss and our president trump. but it was already under president by then the years department of health and human services in its annual report. in march of 2021 boasted about having used in diplomatic muscle to quote, persuaded brazil to reject
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a russian cove at 900 vaccine, which it described as a malign influence detrimental to your safety and security. and, you know, i can on some level understand the logic of the, of the american officials. after all, they are not responsible for the house of the brazilian people. they're trying to do what they define to be in the country's interest. but what about those brazilian officials who are charged with protecting public house? is that ok, is it even the legal in brazil to come to that kind of diplomatic pressure on public health issues or the book. but if you leave the brazilian, people certainly want the russian vaccine in grafton, i felt national congress has passed a decision that if the russian vaccine is approved by other countries with can be approved in brazil, you have to leave the number of you, the brazilian health regulatory agency and visa kelly has determined many demands and requirements of the russian vaccine visa and i plead with our russian friends
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to submit the necessary documentation. because people in brazil may need vaccines. and we do not have arguments against those who oppose the russian vaccine. if you don't have a few, not yet, it seems to me exxon or that the vaccine is about feel could not make interests. and that is an ideological war. but after obviously, the us defends the american companies and the u. k. defense the british companies. what there's all them it could be stopped, but brazil does not need to worry about defending the us. legal needs to worry about the health of the it's too big that needs to worry about the health of it. $250000000.00 inhabitants would be very l. you must buy the american vaccine. and the russian vaccine, as well as the chinese cuban any other vaccines with scientifically proven quality care for providing the interests of the health of brazilians. that must be
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championed by the brazilian government to keep if not the us government ref, i will do the delivery by the way. since the early 2nd semester of 2029, we signed the documents requesting breach of the vaccine pasent of important data. this in several interviews in the us, germany, france, and ball going to be feeling well and that there have been a lot of talk about solidarity and equitable access to vaccines in the very beginning of this been dining. but we all saw that when push came to shove, everybody was out for themselves, and it was the reach of countries, the 1st and foremost, contract that vaccines for themselves, many more vaccines than they actually need it needed. and they continue forward to affording those vaccines rather than sharing it with the, with the rest of the world. what does it tell you about the state of little ship in the world today? because those are the very same countries who like to preach about democracy and to
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preach about solidarity to preach about human lives and human rights, the value of human life. but when it comes to hard times, they seem to be only caring about their own political considerations. or crook, so now i have been following what is going on in the world. if you look at, i believe that we need to bring down this objection at a sovereign countries. pretty cool facebook if you think going by you before going to brazil is not against the u. s. w, the visual, but if you and we want to have partnerships and good relations with them, but all the stuff that need to get there were 5. the president putin also says he wants good relations with the us. what boy law firm wants to because the hampshire, get him. he wants to have a good relations with all countries stand up. when i compare to, however, the us once a world in which day the only country to determine everything of haley tiasha last
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week in an interview resident biden's said that the u. s. he wants to be a beacon for the globe. if you don't have all the world doesn't eat up the can, you know your heart all well can really want all countries to be for tunnel on the view to develop partnerships that you could go through buffy. brazil must be a suffering country will be about just like russia, china, and the us. it will be doug, we don't want a shooter. we don't need to to know can get the ball. you go seem to or firmer, you know, that's why i've defended a change in global governance. and we must change the un security council. i said, we can't continue with the same security council that was set out in 1948 and i think they were, we can't continue to have institutions that were created in bretton woods where institutions like the security council, the b i m f and the world bank must all be remodeled with the remote people and
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segments participating. people also eliminate vito rights because no country is superior to any other game. and this is what we'll do to ensure a new global governance. i got a few that favors the poor countries democratically. if you will be enough and will go for the foreboding, they will come, come in to fight my father. the me are americans love buying homes? ah, this was a fundamental part of how our political leadership and our country large understood the bargain. you get a whole and then you will rebel, right as the things you don't revolt if you have a stake in the system. be really interesting to dial back and think about
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the longer, deeper history of what housings meant in the united states. not just that old question of the american dream, but the bigger question of who the dream has been for. look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings, except when the shorter does that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence. the point obviously is to great truck rather than fear take on various jobs with the artificial intelligence real summoning the demon a robot must protect its own existence. was
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a military mission against him. we'll conclude on august 31st. i want to go to what i thought the quote quoted young go to do, and i really going down the roof for my you got to be of subtle dot companies such as the cut cut over the whatever the month. i think that i'm on the 7th, not to get a quote to ship a minute. this was the right weapon against the right hand, the local. no, no, no, but i keep somebody out through z o o z the, the signing of the us to all about agreement. and i laid the groundwork for the road ahead toward a lasting peace in afghanistan. and
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i know we still need that. i'm a dunaway and as i have the annex painted upside of the pandemic kenya's experiencing. and elephant baby boom, 200 or 6. why this can you have so many cars? and how has the pandemic impacted people's lives? is andree will have fairly big long in any fact he end up killing himself. i don't live on a lease and then you go and buy a car. well, and i will make, i was, i didn't know if they get they say you lucky to in the mean thing in it, because i know that
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a lot of the when anybody who did the they didn't even notice whether they call to do it. but i know they come when it just wasn't go or whatever it is. me or i you mentioned to 1000000 brazilians who are out of jobs right now. and the government, when they were in power, was credited for lifting millions and millions out of power 10, giving them jobs. do you think the challenge right now is bigger? it's bigger than it was back in early 2, thousands and my god. okay. it's
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a lot bigger now. what periods when i became president in 2003, the press in brazil was bankrupt view and that i would have many problems in recovering the country open up, you know, if we did recover brazil. quando there show up when i left the government, the economy was growing at the 7 percent a year. what have you? brazil did not have any reserves. when i took office in 2003, we have and we had a $170000000000.00 in international reserves. when i left the telephone, i could have the shepherd i brought up that might be few. now things are more difficult for me exactly because of this i will be able to fix brazil view for during my administration, i held $64.00 national conferences to define public policies that we would implement in brazil. because because you know, i v deal with collocation. but because of the conferences on culture, on health, how would you conser curity would have on indigenous people will be black. people
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will be naval. there was 64 conferences quite to and this is how we created 22000000 jobs in queue and raised salaries by 64 percent and lifted 36000000 people out of policy and lifted 36000000 people out of poverty. we w van raised 40000000 to the middle class level to manager. though one will fit for this is how we brought water to a barren desert region by pick um. so when you ask the people, if you will read and the people help you by participating, it is much easier to rule and to do things carol, and this is how i wants to return with my party and we can bring back the new joy and happiness and pride really being brazilian, who do february a little while we are on the issue of employment. i know that a long, long time ago when you were in 12 years old, you started working as a shoe shine boy, and i'm sure as any 1st job,
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it must have left some sort of mark on you. what was his life? no. well, yes, i did indeed shine shoes on the figure because you know, well, we are no body folk. it meant that i was able to earn enough money to buy a large piece of bread worth of them. there was some sausage and a soda. it went there was that was what i had for lunch. do you meet the theater because you had to buy even appreciated, shining shoes in my new coffee for a long time at home when there was no food? my mother spare. yes. i would say if you wait until tomorrow, things will be better to be another. that's how i lead my life. i think that everything can be resolved if we're willing to fight to fix things up. i believe. well, latisha lack because his commitment will you go, mike? oliver, since i don't have any personal commitments for before i commitment, is to try to help resilient people and working people over time to improve their
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lives. by february, by the month, brazil cannot go on lagging behind the 21st century, nor we need to evolve. all we resume has a wonderful, happy population united. they love music and dancing to be moved. really love to work the phone and respect about yeah, it will be one of the, this is the country i want to see coming back. go go vote. that's why i work so hard here. nope, i can, i ask you about the brazilian relationship with the united states because he just mentioned that the managed to have very good relationship with all sorts of leaders around the world. and the, and the united states has always had a pretty big influence on the brazilian politics. i know that you previously accused criminal or rather linked criminal proceedings against you with the american influences. wow. if you ever come to a power again,
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if your party comes back to power, how do you in this is resist post true v the united states? there's a problem. i did not accuse the us problem. we have proof table. we have videos and recordings and documents from the us department of justice, but i mean, it would be 50 for booby and from prosecutors working tested brazilian companies to condemn the level of the new funding for knox. i don't get w shobel and deep down economy to be. what was it? that was the increasing press and the brazilian companies in the global market. we have done my own petrograd. tried to fetch, had made the greatest oil discovery in the 21st century. in the sub cell. clare? no, no my would like to leave this aside. you tell you that during my administration. okay, to us, did you not a metal in our affairs? maybe boyce, on december, the 10th 2002, i was invited by president bush. no, i wasn't even in office, and bush was terrified. she wanted to end terrorism,
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get in to get into and he needed to invade iraq. you all yet to receive you by bush invited me to take brazil to participate in the iraq war. but at cooper and i hold president bush on that december, the 10th 2002 bullshit that i didn't know saddam hussein boys can know that iraq was 12000 kilometers away from my country. pick up those rebuking iraq had never done anything against brazil. go ended, my walk is not against the iraq view, but against hunger in my own country and reform. and by the idea of the americans being a lighthouse for the world and not letting anyone else beat economically know, get around, americans must know that we don't want a sheriff for a mental health care. we want to partner who do you have to go where she report, you fail to prove that you don't want to be brothers and sisters shelter. you come out tomorrow. so that's why i think the role president putin has played in global
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politics in recent years is very important to career, but we must not be dominated. i want russia, china, brazil, argentine around mexico to grow as well as the us respecting the freedom and sovereignty of other countries. if the p t returns to the government, well, this is how we will deal with the u. s. but present, do you think the united states is ready to give you that respect for sovereignty, for the right to determine your own faith to determine your own past development? because as you pointed out. c in many of your interviews, the americans have long treated latin america as if it were that own backyard. do you think the united states is ready to give you that sort of vision to allow you to practice over and say, oh no. it's not up to the us me to allow us to do them with
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stock or we must be ready to exercise our sovereignty. there's a pretty good deal. i ruled brazil during an extraordinary period as well as with chavez and venezuela. gina christina kirsten argentina. job michelle bachelor and chilly water. rafael career in ecuador and evil morales in bolivia. america before it was the best moment for south america. we've strengthened the cosa well and expelled c f t a as we created a sore and silicon view and we created the bricks. why organized meetings between south america and africa and south america and the arab countries, families get up with fever by we proved that brazil could have sovereignty and international protagonist would be and that this could be reached without having to off of the us. i don't, they don't have to ask permission from the us to be the owners of our own backyard . i will problem. the problem is brazil has a ruling class,
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an elite that is subservient. they cannot do anything without asking permission from the us. government, as i told you with a start, i have a diversity back to the us and for the american people, paper bill of america will be billable. they can take care of themselves. medical i will take care of brazil the same way that i want to rush and mr. take care of russia and chinese to take care of china. got don't be annoyed so that we can be sovereign in a multi polar world war with peace and come for last many books and very little weapon. pretty bad with a lot of culture and little violence. and my last question to you, i can see a stack of books behind your back and it's very daring knowing that as a kid, you're had to quit school fairly early and you had to help your family. and probably because of that you missed on reading some of the books that perhaps people off your age had to read. i know that you opened more universities than any
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other president in brazil despite having no formal education. my last question to you is this by the age of 75. have you had a chance to read all the books that you had to pass on when you were working kids or no problem? the problem is that i began to work when i was 11 years old. there was no time to read. or for a long time, i felt frustrated because i wanted to go to university and become an economist or forget to quote on my choke that i'd like to be an economist because the economists to know a lot when they're in the opposition. but whether in government, no, very little, you know, i say this to economists because i'd like to have a better education with that. but i learned a lot my view up in the mood and i became what i am through my struggles in life. up in the week of quite an apartment, if i learned a lot at the gates of the plans where i worked and one of them had 5 am midnight at
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1 am at noon, that would be 2 pm. but you know what? i learned a lot traveling all over brazil by you. do you know, i believe nobody knows my country as well as i do. i think i covered almost 92000 kilometers by train by boat, i car and by bus. i learned a lot by talk and i listen to it was going to, i like to ask about things i don't know. i keep and i hope to continue to read everything. i didn't have a chance to read that in my early days. well, present always been great, great on i talking to you. thank you very much, very much for your time and best of luck with your future endeavors and travels. i hope they bring you to the place where you want to be pretty good. thank you center and thank you for watching hope to hear again next week on was apart from
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