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[000:00:00;00] a protestors pour on to the streets of rome, demanding world leaders take action to stop climate change. and as the italian capital host to the g, 20 summit doctors in france warned that budget cuts are leading to staff shortages . that comes as top scientists claim the national health care system is on the brink of collapse with the pandemic taking hold. once again, i see the key at cruise. it's the government is to blame for the shortage of medical personnel. france is the only country in the world has been cut from funding during the pandemic in medical stuff outraged vitals and ready to quit over in the morning and rubbish piles up in new
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york as sanitation workers protests against the covey to knock elation mandate on vaccinated city employees are to be placed on unpaid leave from monday, ah, broadcasting live direct from our studios in moscow. this is our 2 international. i'm sean thomas. certainly glad to have you with us. right now we start in italy, this our after the 1st day of the g. 20 summit in rome. it's the 1st in person gathering of its kind since the pandemic and the response to co, it is high on the agenda. another key theme is climate change about which some say world leaders are not doing nowhere. near enough, ortiz peter oliver is in the italian capital for us. as world leaders gather here in rome for this years g 20 summit. they've also been met by a large number of protestors who've come to particularly vent their anger at what they see as
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a lack of action when it comes to climate change. the protesters themself actually coming from quite a diverse number of groups, including unions far left organizations and those who say they've lost their jobs through globalism. also a large number of tribe and activists that you would recognize as such. 2 people in particular of drawn their iron, that's the u. s. president joe biden, and the british prime minister, forrest johnson, president biden. because well, he's have a lot to say about the need for action to be taken, but the hasn't been that much in the way of climate action coming from the white house as of yet forest johnson. because starting on sunday glass go in, the united kingdom will be hosting cop $26.00. the big climate summit with a lot of attention focusing. they're following this g 20 meeting away from climate cove. it is also being very high or on the agenda this years g 20. in fact,
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one of those taking part remotely, that was rushes vladimir putin. he spoke via video link. he, in his speech, said that it was essential and he stressed the importance that there must be an end to a vaccine protectionism. and it all vaccines against cove. it must be available for everyone around the world. i told her, but i did to pneumonia. i would like to draw your attention to the fact that despite the decision of the g 20, still not all countries in need have access to vaccines and other vital resources. this is also due to, i believe, unfair competition protectionism due to the unwillingness of a number of states including g, 20 states to mutually recognize vaccines and vaccine certificates. it's worth pointing out that on a number of key issues at the summit, russia on china, of being pretty much in lock step. this was particularly true when came to the idea of opening up vaccines and allowing vaccines manufactured wherever, as long as they've been proven to be safe to be used everywhere around the world.
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another one of those will lead is speaking via video link with president g of china . the he also said that that needed to be mutual recognition. both vaccines around the world, going back to vladimir putin though and his address to the gee 20 away from covered the focus of the russian president's speech fell on gas and energy, and particularly gas prices across europe. if you picked up any newspaper, looked at any t, v or listen to any radio across the continents over the last few weeks, you think they swell. vladimir putin had a small top that he could turn in short cut off the gas to countries in europe. it will cost us not the case, and we also had the russian president said that there was no truth whatsoever. today, stories that he had been doing. just not all russia had been holding back supplies in order to rump the price up. or should president pointing out, in fact, that russia has opened supplies, increased supplies to europe? in recent times, what we heard though, from the russian president,
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is saying that when it comes to sorting out the problems that we have in europe when it comes to gas prices, that both the consumers on the supply is need to act responsibly. which is global sustainability of global energy markets directly depends on responsible actions of all of their participants. both producers and consumers are based on long term interests of all sides. rushes calling for thorough discussion of this topic and a pragmatic manner guided solely by economic considerations. it's interesting to point out that while some of the harshest criticism towards russia has come from the european press, european leaders have been singing at pretty much very different tune. in fact, the most recent european senior politician senior leader to come out and say that russia isn't behind increasing the energy prices in europe was the french president, a manual macro. and he said the current situation is down to market factors. i have no evidence that has been manipulation of prices and i'm not accusing anybody.
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these are trading relations. they shouldn't be used for geo political reasons. still plenty to come from this year as t 20 here in rome. as soon as any news comes out of the italian capital, i'll be bringing to you here in our tea, along with the energy supply issues that peter just to spoke about. western companies, refusal to share vaccine, know how with the poorer states is also a theme at the summit. russia analyst martin mccauley says that comes down to pure profiteering. if you're in the 3rd world, if you're never go, oh latin america. you said no, no, this is property. they should in fact, relax the payton go and allow us to have these axioms and help us to, to go borrow. we will need to know, unfortunately, which is the russian vaccine was very high. reputation would agree, i think eventually will be accepted, but by the time that is accepted, then the market will be taken over by western vaccines. specialist,
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ostrich and the american song they want to dominate. will supply doctors in france are warning that budget cuts are leading to severe staffing shortages. top french scientists also fear the health care system could be pushed to the brink of collapse with covered cases on the rise over the past 2 weeks. one nursing union rep talked to our team about how bad it's become see, it's the government that's to blame for the shortage of medical personnel. france is the only country in the world that's been cutting funding during the pandemic. medical staff outraged by this and ready to quit over it because they want no parts of it since june. there's been a wave of doctors and nurses quitting their exhausted fighting the pandemic. well, so looking after those with chronic diseases, it's a vicious circle. it's a great to the workload, the great to the pressure,
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and the more doctors quit creating even more work for those lat comes as french health workers have been voicing their concerns over hospital shortages. the latest studies suggesting one in 5 free beds can't actually be taken up by patients. but the health care minister challenges that claim. i would challenge that 20 percent figure the latest date i have says 5 percent of beds, a temporarily unavailable. i've ordered a comprehensive study of the situation. however, the nursing union rep, again says the shortage is the government's fault because it cut health care funding. blue some don't be the 1st time in history. we didn't manage to free an offense to allow staff to go on holiday in july and august. the government doesn't fun, hospital sufficiently and cuts jobs to save money. the number of hospital beds is decreasing. people are already tired and cannot see how the state does not give them the means to do that job properly. we are in a very difficult situation and we're concerned about the approach in winter besides cobit,
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there's also the usual academics such as influenza and bronchitis. piles of trash are growing in some new york districts, after workers skipped their collection rounds to protest mandatory coven vaccination. from monday, all city workers who haven't received at least one vaccine shot will have to stay at home without pay. but that has stoked fears that there will be an acute shortage of key personnel with many essential workers already shunning the initiative or he's kill him up and reports. ah, hundreds of city workers are outraged and gathered to protest outside of the mayor's residence. some of them,
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even through garbage on to the mayor's lawn. ah, garbage isn't only piling up on the mayor's lawn. it's everywhere. sanitation workers across the city had a slow down on thursday. residents of taken to social media to complain about what appears to be an act of protest by sanitation workers against the pending vaccine mandate. new york city mat, better rethink his mandate, real quick. my garbage wasn't picked up today and will get worse when new york city sanitation workers don't show up for pickups and snow ploughing, medical staff, shortages, burning, fires, not put out, city will be crippled. if we don't have employed d as in why workers, we will have outbreaks of disease like cholera in new york city. the mandate needs to be relaxed to prevent mounds of garbage on our streets. if your garbage hasn't been picked up. thank the new york city vaccine mandate build, blasio has been in touch with the sanitation department as well as the union that
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represents sanitation employees. he says this slow down is unacceptable and that there will be consequences. anyone who is not doing their job, you're harming your fellow sanitation workers, and you're harming your neighbors and you're harming your city and it's time to stop. now the annotation workers association, fear that the slow down may simply be foreshadowing a loss of workers coming on monday. they are moving to snow shift 12 hours instead of 8 and anticipation of workers shortages. and it appears that as a result of this mandate, new york city could soon be losing one in 5 that's 20 percent of its fire departments due to firefighters. not getting the jab for the mayor to turn around and say, we can run this apartment with 25 to 35 percent less members is ignoring the fact that we cant even keep our houses open today. right now. their livelihood is on the line, and their paycheck is on the line. if that doesn't motivate them,
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the need to get back later does not help them. there's a lot of people, a lot of stress. they don't know how to feed their families and they have to make the decision on an artificial timeline, despite thousands of people refusing to get vaccinated in protests against the mandate. the world health organization is pretty firms. they say mass vaccinations are necessary to stop the pandemic and protect public health. vaccines save millions of lives each year. vaccines work by training and preparing the body's natural defenses, the immune system to recognise and fight off the viruses. but there are thousands of new york city's essential workers, police officers, firefighters, sanitation workers, teachers, and others. unhappy about this mandate, you spoke to a u. s. police officer who thinks essential workers should not be forced to choose between paying their bills and getting vaccinated. i think getting this vaccine should be a personal decision. it should be a decision you make with, you know,
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medical professional. i don't think of mandy vaccine where the government is, is ordering you to choose between your personal freedom and liberty and providing living for yourself and keeping your food, keeping food on your tables, keeping a roof over your head should come into conflict. i think it's a huge, over each of these extremely unfair. we can still keep the city safe and go about our business with medical freedom and medical choice. at the same time, when people are that depend on the police force to keep us safe, whether it's in new york, chicago, or any place also have these mandates going on, are going to feel the difference in their communities and crime goes up and looking for peace off certainly can find, well you can see exactly where the slope is taking us. they started with the military, they moved on to nurses. now they're moving on. so 1st responders and it's only going to get worse from there. they are the villains who need to be taken out. those words about white people came from
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a black female professor at an american university in new jersey. her interview, which contains plenty more harsh. allegedly anti white statements is on youtube. and it seems that such apparently opened hatred is going on, checked on the video platform. here's our t contributor. lauren sion recently dr. britney cooper, who teaches women's, gender and sexuality. studies at records university sat down for an interview with the route. despite what white people think of themselves. busy they do not defy the laws of eternity, right? their projects are not so sophisticated clips from that interview are now going viral. as the professor seems to display an intense hatred and resentment for white people whom she seems to describe as inherently violent. i think that why people are committed to being villains in the aggregate and perhaps most worryingly in the same interview. the professor also describes a desire to take white people out, though she later clarifies that she of course,
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does not mean violently. the thing i want to say to you is we got to take these out, but i know we're like, we can't say that, right? we can't say like, i don't believe in a project of mine. instead, she refers to the declining birth rate among white people as a good thing and something that they deserve. so why people's birth rates are going down. they only grow whose birth rates are going down in the country. we literally live in a system where even white people cannot sustain the cost of their own lives, right? by that i mean the elevated cost of their own lives. it's super perverse. and also they kind of deserve it. at this point, it should come as no surprise to any of us that professors at american institutions are increasingly also doubling as far left activists. but i think would still shock people about dr. cooper's words are the intense animosity she carries toward white people in the world. obsessed with c, r t and dismantling white privilege. it seems that on american campuses, at least, it has become acceptable to display outright racial prejudice against white people
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and blatant racism aside. what makes this whole situation even more shocking is the fact that rucker's is a public institution. meaning that dr. britney cooper salary of around $114000.00 per year is essentially paid for in part by tax payers. what american taxpayers, especially occasion, taxpayers really be happy to know that their money is going to fund a professor who is outright teaching her students to be prejudiced against them. this professor and all the woke alike of the problem. this generation not responsible for the behavior of their i'm sister, teaching history to point previous generations full to most compensation from current generation. that is ridiculous. rutgers she should not be teaching this kind of hate to students do better. rutgers, this is the kind of professors you have teaching at your school. just took you off my students application list. this is appalling. and if you're a parent with a child in university right now, or who will be in university soon, this is also something to keep in mind. frankly,
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a college education simply isn't what it used to be. and unless you screen potential colleges for your child carefully, you could end up paying between $15000.00 to $30000.00 per year in the case of rucker's university for your child to be indoctrinated in the art of racial division. and i know it's a cliche to even mentioned this at this point, but imagine for one second, the outrage that would happen if a white professor had been caught on camera saying the same things that dr. cooper has said about black people, why people showed up being raggedy and violent and terrible, and trying to take everything from everybody that professor would be fired immediately and with good reason. but as of yet rucker's has remained silent on what consequences if any, doctor cooper will face. meanwhile, for some diversity comes with a hefty price tag, an american man's won a $10000000.00 reverse discrimination pay out after his employer replaced him with $2.00 women. we hear from his lawyer after
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a short break. stay with us. ah ah, kaiser's financial survival guide, stacy, let's learn about fill out. let's say i'm at for any great firm grief on base of the site. wall street broad thank you for helping ah enjoy. 6 that right, fill out if you're a desk slavery, ah, you have to understand that so much of this nature stuff is theatrical. it's purely theatrical nature did not fight for georgia in 2008 it onto planned to fight for georgia. there was not the slightest consideration of fighting the georgia and
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schools. it didn't fight the ukraine in 2014 item. and there is absolutely no intention anywhere in western europe to send a single dock, short danish or german or french soldier to fight in ukraine. ah, welcome back. this is our t international. now a u. s. company is feeling the effects of pushing for diversity. a former employee has been awarded $10000000.00 compensation after he was fired and replaced by 2 women, allegedly as part of the company's diversity and inclusion program. they tried to say a trial that they fired him because 2 years before he had gotten sick during his speech and had to sit down and it was embarrassing to the c. e. o any. and he never
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recovered from it instead and standing in that he was not adequately engaged in his work. although all the documentation showed that he was more than engaged and that he was delegating it. it parents as before, the board to his subordinates. but he was deliberately doing that for their development, his employees. and so they really had the jury found that they had nothing to justify the termination. and it was only the only thing that made sense was their firing. and because of this very explicit diversity goal that they had set for that year for 2018 hospital executive david deval was fired by no vault health. after working there for 5 years, the company released a statement saying it will appeal the court's decision. we've frameless disappointed with the verdict as we believe it is not supported by the evidence presented. the trial which includes our reason for mr. devolves termination. it's important for all current and future team members to know that this verdict will
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not change. nov and help steadfast commitment to diversity inclusion and equity for all. david devolves a lawyer again says the diversity initiative itself was not at fault, although it's implementation went too far. know that you, you can have a diversity plan. in fact, as i said in the note to you, a, he was a champion of the plan. he thought it was wonderful, and he, it hired a black woman to be one, a director of marketing program and promoted her to vice president. and he just was completely behind the initiative. the limitation is you can't fire people just for the purpose of increasing your diversity numbers to replace somebody. and that's, i think we convinced the jury that that's exactly what happened here. and that's why they kind of hit them with such a large verdict u. s. lawyer and indigenous rights campaigner steven danziger, who spent decades in legal battles against chevron has been jailed for criminal
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contempt after the oil giant counter suit with the sentence was imposed earlier. this month in a ruling that danziger has denounced as an embarrassment for the country. he has accused the state of intentionally locking up a human rights campaigner and described prison conditions as deplorable. i am one of 50 full men, living in one locked concrete room in double bunks. there are virtually no musk so
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social distance thing. it's is extremely difficult to communicate to the outside almost all a shock to see me here on a misdemeanor. conviction which further on the schools, the irregular nature of my situation. journalistic greg wilbert thinks the case appears as though it's meant to silence opponents of the oil giant has been prosecuted to the maximum by a very unfair system that has been trying to silence. and basically the if you look at the details of the case, there's a number of irregularities such as the bias of the judge. he used to be a chevron judge and not only danziger, but everybody who was involved in the case in one way or another had been persecuted really by chevron, including a filmmaker, joe berlin, joe, for example, who had made a documentary about it. i think that's what the case was really ultimately all about was to provide for a chilling effect to prevent people from going after
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a corporation such as chevron. because with the idea that chevron would ruin their lives essentially. and that's basically what has happened . and so, of course, this makes it much more than much less likely in the future. that is the case against dungeon, or daniel jer makes it must be much less likely that in the future other people will be willing to take on a corporation. and so it's going to be very difficult. palestinians clashed with israeli police just outside jerusalem's old city as tensions rise over reported plans to zoom graves from a century old. muslim cemetery is really officials claim the burials were not authorized and therefore illegal.
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ah, we can't of the old city of jerusalem with a lot of chaos and kind of moaning over the establishment of a you talk. the anger is very high with thing is with a in an area where essentially the holes with him kinda keep notated is beyond the pale. and sammy saying point to the day and look at the scene and we are from jerusalem and veers trying to make the city jewish by any means. they started with the smaller territory. i went to expand to the rest of the cemetery. the same happened with the aroma cemetery, the hall, the what is happening at the al josefina cemetery is a desecration of graves caused by the ignorance of the international community. we sold the dead, the bones of the dead vis cemeteries historically renown for the muslims buried
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israel. considers itself above the law and attacks that palestinians from jerusalem, visionary of their violence on problem because it is very holly slammed on simplicity, policy on for out of forms with cause we how clear how long that be it us on why they, they want to use this way to make us net of us better stress. i'll just say behavior. finance. we can hear these a lot of traffic. there's a huge commotion here as people do what is the israeli police? i have been pulling stones a chain and others yet is a comp which they had say to life has been a pain. this does not in any way with a muslim timothy, a municipality has said that all lightweight mo,
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remain in it should be emphasized that no tune was damaged here into books. and there is no intention to displace any grave, even if bill to legally, the development book has been carried out with maxim sensitivity, with a desire to improve the quality of life of the muslim residence. earlier when they were starting to contract with the bowl doses they with the question is with that on to ride, the city is an issue that is a trying to bring the situation to control policy a r t to listen to me. that's your news for this hour. i will be back in about 32 and a half minutes with another full and fresh look. stay with us. this is our international ah
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ah ah, i am max kaiser. this is the kaiser report. you know, he's been talking a lot about inflation. deflation, stagflation, dis, inflation, hyperinflation, water by play. sions. out there, stacy. right. hyperinflation isn't the news, but in my old day to day experience, i've witnessed hyper shrink flight. oh, yes. yes. you know, last sunday we were out having brunch and i ordered some avocado. this is what came to me. that is not an avocado i could believe in. that is
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a hyper shrink flacier. i would call that the minuscule order of a condo, then it was a direct slap of the face. it was a direct indication of what's happening out there in the economy. prices are just going up and people are hiding it by serving smaller portions at the same prices. we've seen this of the grocery store with packaged goods packaged cookies packaged toiletries like tooth paste, and mouth wash coming in smaller packages, but the same price and people haven't noticed it, but things are getting out of control. this is hyper shrink lation. hopefully we'll see a hyper shrink lation and some of the population we have quite a large size, but nevertheless, i was pretty shocked by this. but of course, you know, hyper inflation was in the news because a, c, e o actually said this, you and i have covered it on kaiser report. this hyperinflation, michael burry brought this up. he's a hedge fund guy who made a big amount of money on a big short and the u. s. housing market back in 2008,


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