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the next financial survival guide. daisy, let's learn about fill out. let's say i'm a joy and you're a great grief on face of the fight. c walk 3 prod. thank you for helping me the joy that fell out that way. the desperation. a couple of naughty crew experiences. first time the chaos in the afghan capital. 10 days off the taliban to see more russia evacuation 500 people from afghanistan, including its own services and other others from former soviet countries among the g and ukrainian and to show of patriotism or fortune slipping away. it's us
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weapon contract. there's a call to continue dependence afghan mission wikileaks, editor in chief, things that are clearing. why did was the massive flow of money that went into the wrong pocket. it could only be called corruption on a large scale. ah, good. even just gone 10 o'clock here in moscow. you watching arte international. 10 days after the taliban, we came to power. thousands of people in afghanistan is still trying to flee the country with the main international airport, incapable resembling a war zone. our senior correspondent, motor gas job is now when the country where the nation with an r t crew to bring you inside access to what life is like right now. in afghanistan, as we were landing, we expected the situation to be desperate. her end is evil and we certainly weren't
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disappointed it isn't quite the bad that mooney. and we saw the early days of this evacuation. so the mobs and the hordes crushing each other in a be to get to these crawford to flee the taliban to flee. i've got to stop things are a much more ordered now. nevertheless, it is still very much desperate as we send it down from the aircraft. we were, we were greeted with, with an air field that is listed with the shell casings, bullet casings as well as mt flashback grenades here, gas, cad. this is the also be news, sleepers shoes, clothes, children's clothes, lizard all over the place. one of the most striking things was also the barbed wire . it is, it is everywhere. i haven't seen bob was laid as high as it was. that is veritable wolves. of bob was to keep people away from the field as we were driving out of the field. we had made the 2 meters when we saw people trying to rush the main gate and
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the taliban pfizer wildly firing boarding shot even behind his back was a miracle that no one was hurt. there were thousands of people, literally thousands of people. many of them young, many of them, evidently trying to use the opportunity to get out of i've got to start, but among them, elder people, people with families, children, women, but we're carrying, you know, baby's death desperate to get them out of the country. of the taliban ease, ease being relentless, very harsh in keeping people away. as we drove further away from the field though it must be said that they were much more ordered. shops were open business. his, we're open people walking around with with groceries, with, with food, with necessities doing about their lives, work, things are much less desperate. there was traffic, but it wasn't as it was in the early days sort of one way towards the airport. but
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nevertheless, things are very much chaotic here. people are still getting used to the taliban, which had the barely a few months ago was the a, you know, the fringes of the country. and now in charge of the capital, people are desperate because they can't get money out of atm, the bank to shop many, we were many of the banks we were driving by the close data that is promising that they'll get the moving people be able to get money to pay for their lives, but so far that remains only in progress. so the situation here and capital is certainly very desperate at this top gas. the reporting that we're russia has begun evacuating people from cabal in phi the chaos stricken international airport. full russian air force planes are planned to rescue 500 people, including citizens of russia. batteries, she crying and africa stands, former soviet neighbor to gk, stan, and obviously by eating, i'm happy that we're going home and always children can do as for school. i went to
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thank christ for helping us in the situation because it's very difficult now to get to the airport what we've done. we hadn't expected the evacuation to go to this. well, it's been very good. it's usually taken 5 or 6 days to evacuate. we were told yesterday and today will already on the play because i want to thank precious president and defense minister for taking us out of the dangerous place and bringing us to jacob. they fed us too many thanks to them done. meanwhile, american troops have currently the largest presence at couples airport in mid. what could be the last days of evacuations? from afghanistan, the taliban, which control was practically everything apart from the hub, does say that afghans who gathered that should return home and say to that they won't be allowed to leave the country any longer. but also vaccine to say to those who do stay in the country. so with the taliban no longer allowing the evacuation
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of afghan citizens, these children, we see here could be among the last to make it out of the country. merican troops doing their best to entertain them at the airport while they wait for their flights . now that as previous groups of african refugees who flo now still haven't reached their final destination, they've been transferred to us holding sites like this one in q 8. meantime, was man who kept his office throughout the taliban take, i said, the math department have sparked the panic. respond in the hysteria that has been created around surrounding the departure of many people from up on the sun. this has created some sort of flying id among the rest of the population because the country has been at war for 40 years. iraq, please know that there is no war. people are trying to leave because they have fears that what might happen in the future. and they're also living in
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a country that is poor, a lot of unemployment. so this is very good opportunity for some people that even if they were not affected by war, they would like to take this opportunity and go elsewhere. who's political course for the country? is not known yet. that's why people are so anxious and confused, and they're very worried. right now we don't have any government or any course of action. it will depend on the behavior of paula on how they deal with the liberties of the people. what the freedom of the people need and have to enjoy their women's issues. girls going to schools, administration being handled by professionals and by, by experts. these are all the things that people are waiting and watching the
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news. women's rights are one thing and pictures and advertising's or another think. so the paula one have announced officially at least that they will wide by the law and sharia and islam has given rights to women. and according to this slumming sherry, they will allow women to go to school, go to work, pursue their careers as long as it's in the confines of the stomach sharea. it's very clear that islamic sharia has certain conditions, certain principles and certain guidelines. now in afghanistan, 2nd biggest city can hire and the size of the video agency did manage to film the
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taliban, posing seized weapons and vehicles. they had been discarded by retreating. nato forces 30 this month over all billions of dollars worth of advance weaponry and heavy have been abandoned in the country by the u. s. and its partners, ships video to show the former nato bass. there is the pentagon and rushes to retreat. u. s. president doesn't see the evacuation now relies on taliban cooperation for completion. bargains. 31st depends upon the tale bond. continuing to cooperate and allow access to the airport for those who are trans, we're transporting out no disruption to our operation. in addition, i've asked the pentagon and the state department for contingency plans to adjust the time table should that become necessary? let me remind you that the deadline for the american withdrawal is the 31st of august. i can very my message again to the americans to evacuate all its allies by
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this time because they have the capability, they have planes, they have the airport, they must evacuate all the troops. and those people who are linked to for this, despite the withdrawal being well underway, prominent us politicians, am retired generals on demanding that troops should remain. but it seems the mainstream outlets these people are being heard on. or ignoring the fact that some have vested interest in the company's profiting from the war. it's spend 2 decades on quarter explains continue the afghanistan occupation calls to delay the pull out of us led coalition troops have hit the mainstream media. when the decision was announced, months ago, they said that i fear that we would come to regret this decision. and we already are, this again, is a nightmare when we were there, we had the cooperation of the afghans. we work with the military. there are a lot of partnerships involved. this is a national security threat. or these just a bunch of overly patriotic americans. it's unlikely you see the taliban victory
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crashed the profit party of america's gigantic military industrial complex and the mainstream media often omits that many overly jingle western military officials have investments in that very institution. take former us general j keen. he also happens to be the chair of the company that produces humvees and sits on the board of another company that produces military equipment. so wouldn't you know, he thinks it was a bad idea to leave ap dana stand. i think the administration made a terrible mistake and, and pull our troops out and, and given the talem on the opportunity to take the country over and, and now we're going to inherit the epicenter of radical islam, right inside of inside about canis. and it's going to become a more dangerous place. there's also retired us general david portray is a partner at a global private equity firm called k k r, which has assets in the us defense sector. and richard hoss is
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a former white house adviser who sits on the board of the investment firm lazarus, a firm that also serves defense companies. and we can't forget the former us defense secretary leon panetta, senior counselor at beacon global strategies, hardly an unbiased party. another fare mention is florida republican mike waltz, who made up to $25000000.00 in profits. after selling a defense firm, which has offices in afghanistan. the problem is terrorism. that happens and i can't stand, does it stay in afghanistan? we will see all kind of 3.0. they are working closely with the taliban, and they do tend to attack eric and former secretary of state condo. liza rice offered her $0.02 on y. america's longest war was not long enough. 20 years may also not have been enough to consolidated gaines against terrorism and assure our own safety we and they needed more time. once again,
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rice's place on the board of c 3, a i, a defense contracting company is conveniently left out of her article with all these powerful officials having one foot in the capitalist pool and the other. and that of the u. s. government. it's not hard to imagine why endless war is a very lucrative business decision for some stock returns from 2001 to 2021 for government contracted arms. companies like lockheed martin and northrop grumman totaled more than 1000 percent. and wiki leaks, founder and whistleblower julian assange tried to warn the world about it years ago to use and then washed money out of the way out of the tax base of european africa. and then back into the head of a trend that in the goal, my goal is to have in local and for some reason the mainstream
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media doesn't seem to find it necessary to tell their viewers that the experts they invite to inform public opinion on the afghan war have a very specific agenda of their own. now, the scale of america's failure in afghanistan has been revealed in 20 declassified documents published by the u. s. national security archive. one does show the extent to which the calamity was consistently and deliberately hidden from the public back in 2002, then defense secretary rumsfeld was worried that the afghan mission was drifting but never mentioned it publicly. rather arguing there was no point in negotiating with the remnants of the taliban more than a decade later, an american diplomat had the same concerns. the 1st question of did we know what we were doing? i think the answer is no. if there was ever a notion of mission creep up against on, we went from saying that we will get rid of ok so they can threaten us to say we're going to end the taliban. then we said that we will get all the truth the tell
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about work with then further to have in our exit strategy b. s. table government. and again, it's done. we have to say good enough is good enough. that's why we're there 15 years later. but as we heard back in 2011 junior san jose 30, that the ultimate goal of the u. s. military campaign in afghanistan was to generate massive profits for american defense companies. we can leeks editor in chief told my colleague, call embrace earlier today that the new document to vindicate the groups leaks over a decade ago to supported by all the revelations that came out of the documents published by we can use 11 years ago. some of them, of course, went from earlier period ca, documents, diplomatic cables, military documents, it all pain the, the, the truth, the true picture of what was going on and i'm kind of from 11 years ago. and it was somehow didn't register the, the lie continued. and that is the,
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the most surprising thing about the, the current events basically is. and the thing clearly may seem media cars come to record with this. how was it possible for 20 years to maintain the law? what was going on inside them? julian assault also said that the afghan war was being used to launder american and european money. what did he mean by that? the trillion dollar plus the trillion dollars probably under estimate did go into us or pocket the military industrial complex, the, the private contractors like dunkirk who were supposed to be training the outcome, police, et cetera. it was a massive flow of money that went into the wrong pocket. it could only be called corruption on a large scale. on top of that, of course there's the, the corruption inside the sun where basically money was used as carol zone to,
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to pump on the fire. or there were no logs good on the fire, just to gasoline being pumped on the fire that does not create a lasting bonfire. everybody knows that. meanwhile, a surge of people currently fleeing afghanistan is creating a security nightmare for europe because among those fleeing, the taliban are convicted criminals early deported by the u. back to afghanistan, along with suspects on various global security watch lists. it is a topic that came up to and talked earlier on wednesday, between the russian and austrian foreign ministers in vienna. side, glue sticks buster has the 2nd biggest community of afghans in europe, much more than other you states with only sweden having more than us. i think the auster has shown a lot of solidarity with them. now we have many problems within our country. we are not interested in becoming a failed states. we also don't want africa understand to become a tara base. we have seen how the americans have enforced their way of living on
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libya, syria, iraq, and afghanistan. they should mind their own business. i've listed for military campaigns that have resulted in nothing but a surge of terrorism and unprecedented drug trafficking, while illegal migrants flooded into europe following nato's bombing of libya. the main conclusion is rather simple. here don't interfere and, and other countries internal affairs and don't use force in violation of the un charter. while illustrating some of those conceived security concerns in afghan national britain's no fly listed make it, did make, made it into the country on a military plane. he was declared not to be a person of interest and was free to go in france. police arrested one of 5 africans with a ledge length. the taliban suspect had failed to comply. the stay at home order, you're the fool or under surveillance. and then in germany, some previously the portrait afghans with criminal records did manage to sneak back
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in fire. those evacuation flights not hungry for its part, as emphasized. it won't accept an unrestricted flow of afghan refugees and says it won't let its people suffer from floor geopolitical decisions made by the u. s. hungary state secretary added to that. the chaos in afghanistan probably could have been avoided with were seen right now in capital, in other parts of a garrison is frightening. and i think it could bring about an air in migration and international terrorism that we didn't want and perhaps could have avoided while turkey has been reinforcing his border with a ran, fearing an influx of afghan migrants touch authorities are expanding the existing concrete board portable to stretch some, 240 kilometers by the end of the share board area is not covered by the wall being posted by ditches bob black and also patrols. last week, president erred one was that turkey would not become europe refugee warehouse, and it's ready home to more than 3 and
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a half 1000000 syrian refugees to police glam, missed on him to tell us that america is trying to pass off its responsibility for the afghan crisis to of the nations. this is a worldwide international problem just because we are the, the nearest physically the nearest country. that the african refugees secret. each 2 doesn't necessarily should mean that we should be the only one dealing with turkey has been housing millions of syrian refugees. now adding more to this, it's really hard to bear with us is undoubtedly the only source of what's going on that can stand right now. they've created the best and now they're trying to avoid the, the, the costs they have already started, you know, lifting out people act gans to african countries. and they have also in the past week or so have leagues and confirm statements to the media from the back channels
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that the cherokee may may accept. most of these refugees on behalf of the us and the, the turkish. first of all, the president, the form, everybody has that, you know, as totally was a kansas and they had never heard of it that way. from the crisis off the brightly look at how the german chancellor chosen success has barely a month to pull the stops with a public charm offensive that is posed put the party behind for the very 1st time. well, over a decade, ah ah, with me
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ah ah, i use what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy for an patient, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. developments only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, a very critical time. time to sit down and talk the welcome back. the school baltic
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state of lithuania has infuriated china by closing up to taiwan, which asian considers its territory. and the united states to is weighing in on the diplomatic spat, put china's foreign ministers warned that the us shouldn't meddle in the affairs of other countries. to the ins and outs of the diplomatic smack between china, unless you a new or very clear, i would like to reiterate that china had the right to respond with resolute, unnecessary actions, to provoke, to move seriously infringe upon china sovereignty and territorial integrity. have the solar message for the us. china won't co us any country and won't be coerced by any country either. the u. s. had been to keep the label of coercive diplomacy for it. so what does that stems back to lithuania, agreeing to let tie one, set up a representative office in the capital venus. the recognition though, has annoyed china because it's long regarded the island which is about 260
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kilometers east of mainland china. to be a breakaway province and under a sovereignty in response to the move, china has demanded that the 3 new sam baset, the beijing, and recall its own envoy from venus. professor benjamin child in shanghai warns that the u. s. has a long track record of breaking his promises to allies if they are within its course fear of insurer interests. luthey, i know they did not. who has, who had to leave one to provoke china? yes, no boundary dispute with china has economic benefit to china. apparently, did us trying to maximize the use of is less and less strategic partners can use to afford competition. we push by crossing the bottom 9 issue of china, which is the one china, peaceable to for india. we would then need to completely rely on the us and its allies for economic benefit to us wants to have full control of luthey and yet to fulfill its strategic needs. we have russia,
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so we all see that the u. s. shows almost all the time to sustain long last to your political influence of countries so far away. i think area such as pie was to see that the u. s. is not as powerful as one foot to be able to win a war. what influence your politics far away from the us? us have failed so many obvious allies, making new tons of from the support open night for whatever countries not of decor, inches of the us. not anglo merkel. the time is german, chancellor is almost up. but if her chosen successor thing seat inheriting rock solid public support, you might want to avoid the poles in the papers. because for the 1st time in 15 years, the dominant coalition party is actually behind peter oliver explains happy days for the social democrats in germany. they are top of the opinion balls in the country for the 1st time. in 15 years they lead the christy and democratic union
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christine social union. the conservative union block by 23 point to 22, the greens coming in in 3rd. and the most recent polling it doesn't make good reading for the christian democratic duty when it comes to the opinions or public opinions on who should be the next chancellor. either in not metric. also good reading for the social democrats all shows the candidate coming out on top with 30 percent in 2nd place. there is an all in a book on 15, while way back is and lashes to of the christian democratic union. now he's been trying to put out some fires and do some, some face saving. he said that he's the man to look after both the environment and jobs. these criticize the greens and the social democrats for overly politicizing. the climate crisis that says you have to factor in social aspects when you said such big goals. and that's also my idea of what lies ahead of us. it's not about making the steel industry uncompetitive with more restrictions and having to
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relocate elsewhere. that would give us a good climate picture of 6 percent less emissions, but no more jobs. the goal must be transformed the still industry so that it uses green energy and becomes green itself. and that's what we need in the chemistry industry in the german automobile, in the hospital for the greens and the social democrats say that mr. lasha just isn't ambitious enough when it comes to climate issues. there's also been serious criticism heading the way all the conservative union coming into this election with party grandees wondering where it's headed is burning everyone in the fire trucks. we have to tell the germans what they will get if they vote for the c d, u. c. s. u and the federal elections. after years of the grand coalition, we have to press the bushel reset button for germany. instead, the election campaign in germany is rippling along. but chancellor angle america
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will set down at this upcoming election up to nearly 16 years in charge. she seems relatively calm, heading into the vote. we are fighting all the parties fighting. we will work every day to get a good election result and not look every day at the polls. ultimately, it is the ballot voters in the ballad box of that count. not long to go now before germans go to the polls on the 26th of september to elect a new chancellor. those folks are pretty good for the social democrats right now, but those margins are incredibly fine. to all of our reporting, just coming up to half past 10 here in moscow in the evening. good to have you company, don't forget, we go to a website for stories to you can find those across, you know, look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot
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