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ah well i don't think i know as old ladies move on them for the g. 20. it isn't all smiles. the french president claims is a strolling counted power was lying about the trouble, the deal for submarines, the old casteel. meantime, delegates gather and scotland today for a big you and climate summit with calls to have a missions, but already the rec cries of hypocrisy as around $400.00 private jet. so reportedly fly in vi pays for the event, but after a decade long case, a canadian court, those, the comedian didn't cross the line when he make jokes about a disabled child cigna. we put that up for debate. the must be a stop between hatred and comedy,
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between violence and free speech. no one saying there shouldn't be consequences. but the argument is, the consequence should not be. you been by tens of thousands of dollars and not be allowed centrally, not allowed to criticize someone. ah oh, they're welcome to the program. my name is kevin owen, this is alex international life. my world news h q. i'm here for the next half hour with our latest this monday, november the 1st and 1st and last weekends or the we can just gone to g. 20 summit in rome is the 1st time the group of world leaders met in person since the start of upon them. but the genial atmosphere was changed with controversy. as the french president accused the australian leader of lying about a lucrative submarine deal that paris was conspicuously excluded from. i discussed it without a correspondent any armstrong. i do see when, when we have to be true and you have to behave in line and consistently
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with is that you think a lot i don't think i know of course would lead is very rarely say the things about their counterparts, which gives you some kind of a marker of how much the nerve with fresh president, a manual macro macro said he doesn't think, but he knows that the australian prime minister scott morrison has lied to him about the orchestra. the trilateral pack between the u. k, the u. s. and australia signed in mid september with a view to providing nuclear power submarines to australia for him. when australia signed or chris deal, it wiped out all respect. he put paid to a $90000000000.00 deal with the french naval group to supply those submarines. he called a stab in the back now. morrison simply said that those submarines from france just didn't match up to australian standards. now his right hand man barnaby joyce as
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the deputy prime minister of australia has gone even further. he said that australia didn't deface the eiffel tower. they didn't steal an island. they simply made a business deal in the fact that france was put out that business deal is nothing personal simply at business. now there is a mattress phase that morrison is lying to him. that cambra said that they updated the u. s. on any discussions of a deal between france and doesn't exactly adult with us present. jo biden's, vision of events biden has said that the u. s. simply wasn't aware of any deal signing any deal that would put friends out. he said that he thought that camera had told france long ago that they wouldn't be doing any deal his and my crumbs meeting over the weekend again. another face to face meeting was one to clear the air over this exact deal, and they seemed like the 2 sides buried the hatchet as it were by then apologize and admitted to us was cool. see, as he puts it in any deals,
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what happened was to use her english phrase. we did was clumsy with a lot of grace. what else came out from the big g 20 meeting than in rome over the weekend? well, there's been a lot of things, a lot of topics on the agenda. of course, the usual suspects, the climate attacks there, the global economy, there was lots of progress expected to be made. this being, of course, a 1st face to face meeting between world leaders here for 2 years because of the pandemic. now commitment seems to be the buzzword of the meeting. for instance, world leaders have pledged to reach as 0 missions by around mid century, not concretely 2050, as was mentioned before. there's also been a commitment to jo biden's proposal for global minimum corporate tax of 15 percent . that's in an attempt to reshape the global economy. but whilst there's been lots of words and lots of posturing, that hasn't really been anything concrete agreed. there's not really expected to
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any effort anything to be agreed as it worked in a bit of a damp squibb. that main story, of course, been a manual macro being irked by that or casteel, which are tailors, political commentator, and host of the rich politics online broadcast. i spoke to him earlier, he thinks the g 20 summit was all about words, not action to make no difference at all. that should be talking about the same thing. the next conference that these politicians are saying, the right thing. we're not doing the right things. george barnes coming there. you could have he's got a car load of 85 cars. he's falling by private jets and all these politicians coming in privately. i mean it to me is just stinks of hotly papa. she had it does to a lot of the public as well. the reality is these are green taxes that will affect the lowest paid in the hardest work in society. and so what i can appreciate taxing the richest people in the cut in the world. that's important. yes, i agree with that, but it's not in reality. what will happen is be the lowest paid in society that will feel the pinch more than those who are highly paid. as mentioned the you and climate change conferences. now wonder why that is scotland a while they plan on which course of action we should don't take the participants
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themselves or case of hypocrisy for doing little to actually reduce their own carbon footprint. weird about it just now that says more than 4400 rather private jets reportedly being used to fly in guests for the climate talks with 00000000000,
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i could hear a blah blah. and where does that lead us? well ahead of those climate talks, prince prime ministers called for robust measures to have a missions adding that if clause go fails, the whole thing fails. i'll t shadid was dashti next, the looking at where the previous green promises had been kept or not. on paper, the u. k. is paving the way so clean a green, a renewable energy for zoom in on the small print and it tells a totally different story. report is found proposal for 40 potential new fossil fuel extraction projects that are nearly triple the u. k. annual greenhouse gas emissions. hardly a good start ahead of 26 and delivering on these pledges. the solution to climate change is clear. it lies in consigning dirty fossil fuels like coal, to history in ditching,
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gas guzzling modes of transport. we've decided to put coal behind us, seen who, if you want to reach the subjects, if we all need to move to carbon neutrality by 2015, the wheels of the net 0 band walker and wobbling as green energy alternatives like wind and solar home, toys reliable on that to the fuel crisis and there's only one way to go backward. europe, resorting to old school power. razzles is like colon gas, long shun for it's carbon emissions, which hasn't gone down to while at all the things we're the point. i've been 25 previous cops and everyone's wondering why you know, how to success so far. busy you know, emissions are arise and there's just,
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you know, unprecedented will change that hasn't been necessarily previous calls, i think so on november, the 6th day of action. find the justice people marching through class and i think possible for a decision makers to ignore and with a power crisis and low winter ahead of calls. politicians are stuck between a rock and a hard place trying to keep homes heated without going on their way. so does that mean it's a lose lose situation? we're gonna have to look at the immediate problem which is electra, which is an energy shortages in the u. k. huge amounts of come money and companies that are pretty much done in boston tonight. so you have the short term solution, which is how do we get through the winter and the long term solution, which is finding out exactly how we made to renewables and in a sustainable way, in a way that's cost effective. russia is happy to step in, but the e. u is giving moscow the red light. we can't allow ourselves to be blackmailed by
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russia. the common tie gas prices are 1st and foremost, the result of high demand and low supply. russia is playing a game of poker. hayton says europe's gas crisis was largely its own fault and denies is using energy as a political weapon. receive option is supposed to think russia's not using any weapons where we're using weapons in what conflicts are we taking part. this is what i call a politically motivated talk with there's nothing to support it. we are actually increasing our supplies to europe with jazz price increases supplies by 10 percent . we are increasing though not decreasing our gas supply to europe. there you have it. what's another issue, muddied by politics. in the meantime, winter is coming. energy prices are skyrocketing and households are poised to freeze, but none of that is deterring cop $26.00 from its mission of saving the planet. and don't forget, of course there's a big carbon footprint being left by all those planes carrying world leaders and
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the delegations to and from the cop 26 summit chatted with sashay r t judges of rural did a comedian who mocked a disabled child. cigna did not breach the youngster's rights to dignity mike wald than the comedian has hailed the decision by canada supreme court as part of a growing backlash against cancelled culture is both sides reacted to the ruling. i like o j i one. this is less, i'm so happy. i think this is a good sign for comedy. i think this means the pendulum is about to swing the other way. comedians are going to be able to keep on doing jokes. i. we want to tell him about how i fell, when i 1st heard that the child, as a 13 years old teaches. think about gang, because a 40 year old man say so that you should gang signature re,
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gabriella now 24 was form of the congenital disorder. the cold skull abnormalities p found fame back in 2006, even at one point, perform for pope benedict. the 16th, but from 2010, the ward began making jokes about his disability. gabriel was in the 13 at the time and says it made him feel suicidal and that he was bullied at school over it to gabriel family than father human rights complaint. but canada's highest court said that the senate was targeted, not because of his disability, but because of his fame. they acknowledged that some of the comedians comments were nasty, disgraceful what they did not insult the audience to treat gabriella sub human. while mr. ward received support from some of the comedy world, others still believe jokes like that must have consequences. we put it up for debate. you know, i, i agree with the court's conclusion. i mean that they acknowledge said that this was a nasty thing that was said. but you know, it doesn't go as far as to, you know, have a legal financial consequences for this person. when mister work comes to your town,
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you have the option to not buy a ticket. you can ignore his podcast. you have the right to do all those things, but should he be prosecuted in a court of law that takes it a bridge way too far. in my opinion, we have to sink about. he was a child, he was 13 years old. and i truly believe we should safeguard our children more because especially in this case it was not only a child, but he was and he still is disable. so, you know, the must be a stall between hatred and comedy between violence, you know, and free speech. got to charge in and find a guy, tens of thousands of dollars for a joke, comedy and joking. and freedom of speech is a human right. when did this change? this is nuts to me and, you know, i have to disagree with the, the woman who spoke before. but this, he was not making fun of his disability. he was primarily making fun of people who
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thought the kid was so weak. that you couldn't comment and make fun of his singing is still alive. he the only thing that's wrong with it was a little different. and he, you know, he has to wear a hearing aid. i, we shouldn't be treating people like so differently. i mean have some respect for the guy, he's not some weakling that you need to defend like this. first of all, he was violence. verbal violence towards a child. i was 13 years old and disabled child. i don't care if it was an address in his disability. he was suicidal after that. and you can be free to say whatever you want and be buying renting every way you want in that and you know, in your job, i'm in a shipper. now each my cheek, my disable, you know, employee like that. i would go to court to because that consequences for every one of us, for what we do in our life, ok, it's not only speech is an action,
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no one saying there shouldn't be consequences. but the argument is, the consequence should not be you being by tens of thousands of dollars and not be a last centrally not allowed to criticize someone. well, i just want to say this in response to that. i'm a lot of comedians and, and i would like to think i'm one of them. it is possible for us to have 2 thoughts in our head at the same time. thought number one, that's a joke that a lot of us would never make. i personally would never make a joke like that that's me. but another thought that i am also able to have in my head at the same time is i can see the dangerous slippery slope of having legal consequences for someone who chooses to make such a joke. even if i find it an incredibly poor taste and you know free speech is just her virtue that i think is very important. and without it, i certainly wouldn't have a job. and that kind of conversations we have each and every week. now this is coming up, come out last ha! and we tell you, but if you didn't say it, let him a potent emphasizes that russia must strengthen. its defense is to face nato's
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increasing military presence near the country's boldest warnings got up for a long time, but it's been increased. we'll tell you with us about after the break is not exactly 16 paseo ah oh, when i was sure seemed wrong when oh, please just don't hold any world yet to shape out. disdain becomes the advocate and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground. ah
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ah ah, i don't, thanks for checking in america's plans to deploy missiles in europe pose a direct threat to russia's national security. let him a potent issued that warning to a meeting of top military officials. he said moscow would react accordingly. if any foreign power attempts to break the strategic parity of current nuclear arsenals, miscellaneous them is name of the her assistant. we will know well that some of our
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foreign colleagues are trying hard to break the strategic parity, in particular, deploying global missile defense elements in close proximity to our borders. we cannot but notice these threats to russian national security and will react to them accordingly. while the russian president, speaking at a defense summit in russia's southern city of so she has revealed that moscow sees and observes all the activity of nato and nato friendly countries on its borders. in fact, he has said that, well, russia is ready to react to any well provocation that might happen on the borders. and that not only does it see everything, in fact, some nato vessels can be seen better than others. none of me butcher. so we need to further develop our air defense system in particular, due to the current military and political situation, the increase in nato flights near russian territory. the appearance of nato ships with guided missiles in the baltic and the black sea. now, you know, a u. s. ship has entered black sea waters and we can watch it through binoculars or
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the rear sights of the defense system and william. so quite a bald statement there, especially when it comes to the view through the rare sights of rushes defense systems. this was, of course, in response to the u. s. navy, boasting that one of its flags ships you assess. mount whitney entered the waters of the black sea, a territory that russia considers its own back yard and it monitors very carefully any military activities in those waters. also, the russian president has reveal that new machinery, that new equipment is on the way to the russian army that the russian army, it continues to modernize and to become more up to day to become more technologically well, a technologically superior to the past version of itself. for example, it has revealed that the new versions of air defense systems, the s 500, it's a new iteration of russia's main air defense system. that the 1st such complex will very soon joined the ranks of the russian army. this as the as 400 air defense
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systems which are being used and are being purchased all over the world. turkey being a prime example here, purchasing brushes as 400 systems, while the russian army is getting more of those as well, while they're waiting for the as 500 to a while to graduate and to join the ranks. also, the russian navy will receive a major technological update according to the russian president. by year 202770 percent of all you. the equipment in the russian navy will be brand new. but given all that, the russian president has praised the state, the russian armed forces are in right now as it was linear would. it wasn't, wasn't this in recent years. there's been a significant rise in the air defense capability of the russian on forces. a missile attack warning system is clear and efficient, will produce junior, so a bit of saber rattling here on behalf of the russian president. although one might say a timid one, but still
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a very clear message that can very well be interpreted as an explicit warning. family of an elderly woman who died when the french police threw a tear gas grenade into her home or accusing the government of a cover up. she was reportedly closing her apartment shutters at the time when she was hit with the canister during a yellow vest protest, i must say back in 2018. she died the next day from her injuries. please say it was a tragic accident though in a combination of circumstances. we spoke to her son. my miss, it's you, not. it is one of the problems is that my mother is algerian. can you imagine how the french government would have reacted if an algerian man had treated a french woman in the same way? the police were standing right in front of the building where my mother lived and they were aiming upwards. they weren't shooting in an arc shaped trajectory. they were aiming straight to my mother's apartments. my mother was hit by a g l. i a 40 a guest grenade, which they were using against the protest. us, in my opinion,
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what france is doing is wrong. instead of solving the problem of french people through peaceful negotiations, the police results grenades and the use of force. i don't think it's justified. this is not the way we should solve problems. what is more diverse, the explosive take asked grenade the police use were banned in 2020 and have in the past cause severe injuries to french protest is but right group say it's unclear whether the replacement grenades actually really safer these days. so the elderly woman's case is not the only one whereby standards and protest as have died or have been seriously injured. and french police have repeatedly been accused of abuse of power, as we've verb reported on many times over the years on this channel. during the suppression of mass protests, her son anyway shed some more of his thoughts about it. labovic in the ha, the french state hasn't taken responsibility for my mother's case form. interior minister caston had expressed his opinion about the incident even before he had all
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the details necessary for the investigation. it seems to me that the state wants to protect the police. the judges and the marcia police are in collision. in fact, the general inspectorate of the national police actually did its job as it conducted an investigation showing special police forces were responsible for this . but the investigation was concealed in order not to make public the discovered facts. however, we have conducted our own investigation and we have the evidence. it was not yellow vests who were responsible for the grenade accident, but the state security police force residents of san francisco are turning a private security firms. police failed to coat an alarming rising crime in that us city, car break ins and home robberies. the can the biggest problem for the area and the already a problem, vagrants and else had a problem with the drugs before big time. but now this i'll, amid the surgeon crime business is booming for private security firms. we heard from allen by an officer with one of the companies. he told us that the current,
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sir, police like of man pire is the problem. not too many people want to become a police officer any more. we have a couple of people that were working for us that out were with s f p d, but no longer we're still looking for officers since we're having the same problem . getting people that san francisco police have authorities say crime is increased since cause the d fund the police took effect. the figures show more than $400.00 cases of battling crime and may compared to less than $340.00 at the same time. last year. there's also been a spike in the number of thefts from cars are, but again, says people are losing patience for the situation. one of the things i've noticed, especially when the pandemic started, was very, very large increase in crime or greece, auto. burglaries, assaults, robberies, everything went up the beginning of the pandemic,
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the citizens here. they do pay taxes, lots of taxes, and they would like to see more police. unfortunately, that's not in the budget right now. there is a lot of upset people with our district attorney. they feel that a lot. ready of this is his fault, it's the citizens that are going to finally get fed up enough and you know, they're going to let the board of supervisors know that this will no longer be tolerated. and the board of supervisors puts pressure on the mayor and it's up to them to, you know, get more money to the police. and i, so we're talking about so far this monday, november the 1st year t h q. kevin i, when a great team with me today, reporting back to you only thank you for watching. enjoy next programs to tell him a few in your part of the world after this break.
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oh hey, she ah. below to mirror zalinski. born on january 25th, 1978. comedian, producer and screenwriter supporter of bureau, my dawn, he supported punitive expeditions by the ukrainian army and nazi military formations and don. boss, yahoo guy albert, hold no rod. the voicemail was gleick. i now i'm good year with his 1st actions, soleski managed to revive the public a little to begin with. he took up foreign investment. i actually spoke to president zelinski when he was a candidate, before he was elected. i mean, i wish to walk, did you think he was a good candidate for president of ukraine? no, i thought he was the only candidate because i knew the poor shanker was
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a mass of crooked. everybody in ukraine, that liberal side, conservative side wash agreed that he, he basically took anything that wasn't nailed out and, and, and, and the bird regional occasion. the only question is did he take $100000000.00 or $200000000.00? they gave the comedian, like 70 percent of the vote, and the guy, the guy was a guy with a television committee look that those who was peace me economy noodles of british bristow wished than the cylinder to speak to the bottom one year . we shall see a petition with the young. yeah, of one that they will conflict lucko they begin might get within your political number. we didn't have hickey hoodie nipple to we enlisted her get on would laska, would you ship this amendment with? mr. zalinski has successfully resolved the national issue in ukraine. on july 1st
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2021. he signed a law on the indigenous peoples of ukraine. it's almost a direct copy of the 1935 right citizen law of hitler's germany. according to the law, the 2nd largest people have ukraine. russians are not fully fledged people. zelinski also suggested that those who consider themselves russian to leave ukraine or wait a video wasn't in fisma media. you know, whether it's gina, not fisma hero. he was a fisma choice and i do to the last. okay. yeah. well yeah, what you know, i mean i said the last of this can get a minute. i shot it. it's i think of it. i didn't hear a lot please let me know. my list it oh good. under
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president zalinski, the question was directly posed to ukrainians to.


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