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the next 30 years, then tell the victim, say they still live with the consequences today. oh, top headlines here when r t. germany prepares to tighten restrictions on the unvaccinated, as daily covey cases saw to an old time record of pushing that health care system to the limit. we hear from an american nurse who was fired off to refusing to take a cobit shot on religious grounds. that size of a biden administration extends mandatory jobs to private companies. i. unfortunately, they deemed that my religious beliefs were not sincere. is kind of surreal, honestly, because i love my job and i have been a co been nurse for since the beginning. well, so a russian research in the united states who contributed to the infamous steel dossier on trump's alleged ties to russia is charged with lying to the f. b i.
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ah, oh, it is 8 o'clock in a rather misty morning here at moscow. it's great to have you with us today. a rural re sushi or nazi international, or germany has registered its highest ever daily spy can cove infections raising the prospect of tough new restrictions. as we understand, bolden 35000 cases have been reported in the past 24 hours. that's the world's 4th highest right now, the latest wave is taking its toll on hospitals. the number of patients and intensive care has surged by 25 percent in recent days. a one intensive care doctor in nuremberg said the health care system is being pushed to the brink. first, the situation is very tense. all the beds are full. we are still trying to take care of the urgent cases as best we can. on the one hand,
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we treat many cobra's patients, but we also have to provide the rest the medical care that is normally done. hospitals all reach to the limits, especially the larger hospitals that care for the most severe patients, both with and without cove. it for medical stuff, we're now in the 4th wave on a is a huge burden whatever tongue, while a several german regions and are preparing tough new restrictions as our europe correspondent peter oliver. now reports from bud. scovella figures in germany do not make for good reading as the feared. 4th wave is very low to whistles. if we do not act this 4th wave will again bring a great deal of suffering. many people will fall seriously ill and die, and the health services will be under extreme pressure again. around 67 percent of the german population is fully vaccinated, but the numbers coming forward has plateaued in recent months. fronting politicians to fear that a new type of pandemic could be upon us. we are currently experiencing
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a pandemic of the unvaccinated, which is massive. there would be fewer current of ours patients on intensive care units. if more people would let themselves be vaccinated. the big worry now is that those people who haven't gone for a vaccination have no intention of doing so. and that may well lead to more restrictions on what people who haven't been jobs can do. if the pandemic situation in hospitals worsens than further restrictions for unvaccinated people are possible, some of germany, 16 states aunt waiting for a federal decision to be made. and i've already put in place new measures in bavaria. musk wearing will be mandated in schools. in the state of hassan, there's going to be a new testing system put in place for those. going to visit hospitals, old care homes, and in the state of bottom voting book, where you're going to need to show a p c r test if your room vaccinated and wants to go to a bar, a restaurant,
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or theater. german business leaders want the government to give them the rights to impose the so called 3 g system. that means that anybody who is and vaccinated recovered or tested could be bod, from employment. some of germany's biggest companies of already brought in controversial canteen segregation. employees who, being double jobs, can sit together and eats as normal. those who have nots or choose not to reveal their vaccine. status must remain in a cordoned off area where mosques have to be worn when not eating. chemical giant via told r t. they may even take this further depending on specific facility needs, a separate 2 g area is also created which offers immunized to employees a space with less distance to each other on a voluntary basis. these will be planned in close corporation with work representatives and site management in the uncontrolled area of the can seen the distance root of to meters from each other continues to exist. and individual
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seating is offered. all the big names in the german business world say they're reviewing the situation. goods some company say this just isn't the way forward. in the contains as of today now distinction is made between and vaccinated and vaccinated are recovered. employees. currently we're not consider in separate contin areas. we treat everyone equally with germany posting record daily cove. it case numbers, politicians, business leaders, and health care professionals all agree that something has to be done and all bracing for things to potentially get worse over the coming winter months. peter, all of a r t though in a nurse in california, has been fired by a private hospital after refusing to take a cobra shot ultimately defying a federal mandate. and she filmed herself being escorted from her workplace by security guards. i am being escorted out of kaiser permanente
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hospital for my religious beliefs because i don't want to get the job. i. unfortunately, they deemed that my religious beliefs were not sincere. is kind of surreal, honestly, because i love my job. and i have been a coven nurse for since the beginning of the pandemic. i've been a nurse for 10 years. i worked for kaiser for 5. i was faced with the option of applying for a religious exemption from the coven 19 vaccine. back in august. and my employer gave me an option to test twice weekly. and in october i received another email requesting that i explained my religious beliefs in more detail. because they said that they had been receiving very similar religious exemptions. and so they
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wanted to make sure these are sincere washington's controversial workplace vaccine monday, because now expanded to small businesses, requiring old workers to get a vaccine or get at least one p. c. r. test weekly. penalties for employers start at $14000.00 for violation and could even increase to, well, even up to $100000.00. several states have already opposed the measure. i'd have filed lawsuits against the bible administration. now there are some exemptions though for vaccine mandates, so they include certain medical conditions or pregnancy or religious beliefs. however, federal agencies can refuse to grow and medical all religious exemptions if they determine it's not safe. with a company that now owns the hospital has suspended more than 2000 employees for refusing vaccinations. he says they will be able to return to work as soon as they get a job. however, victoria johnson says she's done everything necessary to keep stuff on patients safe, but that her religious exemption was well disregarded. as an american,
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we have a 1st member right here that protect my religious freedom and i shouldn't even have to explain my self. if i say these are my sincerely held religious beliefs that should stop at that. and so, but i did because again, i want to work and i'm happy to fall the roles. and about a week later is when i received my letter of denial, they deemed that my religious beliefs were not sincere. and i was upset about that because i haven't really sincere religious beliefs and convictions, and i wanted to get answers from the hospital as to some random h. r person deciding that my livelihood was now going in jeopardy, because they didn't believe that i really have sincere beliefs in my christian faith. or we should say that the un on the w h. o. continue to stress that the pandemic can only be stopped through mass inoculation or natural immunity.
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now the recent governors elections in the united states built a series of shock defeats for the biden administration in one state of self funded truck driver. after the democrat who had held the position of a nearly 2 decades. there were now growing signs of a backlash against so called woke policies. as dmitri poke takes a closer look. well, it's looking like a case of you reap what you sow. turns out, forcing progressive policies on people who don't want them can lead to surprising results at the polls. case in point, the latest elections in the us, one of the biggest upsets, came from the state of virginia, where g o p. candidates, unexpectedly swept to victory and even established the 1st republican governor of virginia in over a decade. let's climb that hill together. let's reinvigorate our future. let's reinvigorate this amazing commonwealth of virginia. god bless you all,
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god bless the country. meanwhile, in other states, what was supposed to be a walk in the park for the democrats turned into a grueling battle with new jersey governor barely coming out on top to retain his seat. but if that wasn't already enough of a wake up call for democrats. what happened next in new jersey amounted to a political earthquake. edward d'oeuvre, a truck driver who raised $10000.00 but apparently spent only a $153.31 on coffee and flyers managed to defeat the states longtime senate leader, democrat, steve sweeney, who had held his seat for over a decade and was considered the 2nd most powerful person in the state. it's like a movie script come to life. but how could something like this actually happen? well, the answer seems to be left. he policies. steve sweeney has spent the last decade leading the effort to make new jersey. they must texted state in the nation. he's
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defeat displays how garden state voters have rejected the socialist policies coming out of democratic control, trenton and are hungry for fiscal sanity once again. so it turns out that raising taxes the funding, the police and ramming critical race theory down school children's throats is not quite as popular as the left and biden's administration would have you believe what went wrong is to stupid woken us. i mean, this de funds a police lunacy this abraham lincoln's name off of schools. i mean, the people see that it's just really has a suppressive effect all across the country on the democrats. some of these people need to go to woke, detox center or something. they're expressing a language that people just don't news on this back clash and frustration other. but while woke policies my seem like the likely explanation for why democrats lost so many seats. there are those who actually see the whole thing as a resurgence of white supremacy. even if the people elected are, you know, black,
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it's not the messaging folks. this country simply loves white supremacy. white women are thrilled to have a cause in our lane that we can throw ourselves behind critical race theory, panic in which we can wring their hands about white children and obfuscate our white supremacy. this is what white women have done best since the fifty's and will continue to do. dear media. republican voters are not excited by the issue of education. republican voters are excited by the issue of white supremacy. while identity politics doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, in the u. s. political landscape, it's safe to say that elections like the ones in virginia, new jersey, highlight the average americans feelings towards the left end biden's policies in particular. and it seems they want a long overdue change of tone. i think what happened is you had virginia state that went to joe biden by 10 points less than a year or actually exactly a year ago that just swung over to a young kid who just ran in. one is
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a republican. and i think this was largely voters rejecting the last year of the bi administration as well as rejecting all of the lock downs and the mandates. and that threatened mandates happening at schools like the mask mandates, the possibility of a vaccine mandate in schools. and also rejecting just the overall idea that was coming from terry mcauliffe in his administration at campaign that parents shouldn't be in charge of their children's education, or that they shouldn't have much of a saying, i think that overall it was a rejection of the status quo. and be idea that parents shouldn't be involved in their children's education. so a russian analyst who contributed to the infamous steel dossier on alleged trauma, russia, ties, is now facing prison. in america, you could have done jenko has been charged with lying and his testimony to the f. b i. if found guilty, he faces up to 25 years behind bars, and then tranquil was arrested on thursday and released on bail while the
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investigation is ongoing. earlier ortiz, daniel hawkins took us through the case from russia. collusion, saw the really shows no son of a biting, even 5 years on this arrest. we were dancing. that was just a new twist in this plot, but we do know dancing go is a russian born analyst living and working in the u. s. has been taken into custody by the federal agents. he has been charged with 5 counts of making false statements to investigate his regarding his sources of information which were later included in that steel door and handed over to the f b. i. those allegations of a trump criminal conspiracy to try to steal the presidential elections. and they were fueled in part, at least by documents such as the steel dossier, which was a report written by former bri spot crews of a steel filled with simulations. as we say, a conspiracy between trump and the criminal to win the election. now the document came in full very heavy criticism. a lot of it was the bunker by the muller pro, but indeed
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a doubt was cast on much of the information within it. a body will to himself, i'm prepared to accept that not everything in the dosier is 100 percent accurate. i've yet to be convinced that that is one of them. and it's worth mentioning both the original investigation and this one have both been labeled and politicized by critics and supporters of donald trump. like it's been a highly divisive issue. but why is this significant? because if dungeon is found guilty and he has already been charged, this makes him a 3rd person to have criminal action bought against him. as a result of this problem, we've had one cybersecurity law charged again with lying to the f. b i. as part of this probe, a federal agent last year meeting to offering an email with regards to this probe. so the more john durham digs the more he finds and certainly for all more arrests and charges, it's anyone's guess as to just how deep this pro could go into that original investigation. and trump russia collusion. legal and media analyst line oh, thinks the entire steel garcia was actually based on false. they based
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all of this surveillance on lie after lie after lie down was stitched together and put into this thing called a da ca. for some reason, a pack of lies is elevated to something is superior status by giving it the audrey fancy, sh, mancy da, ca all love these lawyers who went after and claimed that trump was colluding with russia. and it was all based on life. you mean to tell me nobody knew there's nobody ever listen to the stories. it said this is ridiculous. this is, this is preposterous. no they, when would it? because they felt as though nobody's going to stop us. we have impunity. it's against trump went away care, because at that time, anything about trump, when and if you threw in russia. oh my god, it was it just intrigued us. john durham is a no nonsense prosecutor. most of us forgot about him. well,
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now he is apparently cranking this out and let me tell you something, it's about time the governor of florida has become the latest us politician to embrace the rather popular. let's go, brandon chant, the coded, dig a president, joe biden was and taken up by the crowd at a rally event. when you look at the biden, the brand in administration, in terms of o, at the whole, let's go. brandon job started after an embassy reporter, apparently misheard racing fans, chanting a foul mouth insulted joe biden as quickly went viral, our 1st at sporting events than an antique government protests with politicians now also getting in on the fun. oh, let's go brand, then they will you. he'll put america back where you found it. leave it the hell
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alone. let's go. brandon. how yo, back. sales rep go read. let's go. brandon. from the record levels of inflation to the crisis at our southern border. americans are fed up with biden's dangerous liberal policies. well, we spoke with political comment had a nico house who thinks of the be beyond the a brandon jokes as a deep sense of disappointment with the, by the ministration among people who voted for him. while they play civility, civility politics, you have real people who are suffering from real problems. mbc put out a poll that show joe biden has about a 46 percent approval rating, which would be significantly less than what he's had throughout his presidency. once again, it has only been a year or less than a year, really. and so the fact that this chair becomes, as popularized as it has. and the fact that that coincides with his taking
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a poll numbers, i think it's fair to say that people do really feel like that. i mean, you're, you from, from our perspective, there's not a single promise that joe biden has put out there. that he is kept, i mean, from a weather weather wanna talk about before the campaign even finished, or in a week to week basis ever he throws carrots and never actually does what he says he's going to do. and at that point, a lot of people just feel like, you know, you know, let's go brandon, the mainstream media, lisa, neo liberal, made sure media's fault that this became a thing. and i felt like a very representative emblematic and emblematic of what we saw during the election every time joe biden would do something bad. they would try to whitewash whatever he dade, and pretend like it never happened. in fact, sometimes where it's like it was a good day, 5 right now, 20 fost thou. here at moscow, a museum in the u. k has removed a picture of a war hero over his ties to slavery, a lieutenant general. so thomas picked and was the most senior british offers at a die in the battle of waterloo in $1815.00 and his portrait was on display at
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national museum, wales and cod. if a, what more than a 100 years involving regard it as a public hero is also notorious for his treatment of slaves in the sanctioning of torture during his governance of trinidad. at the tone of the 19th century. now the museum a commission to a year long project, probing the legacy of picton, and plans to re display and re in touch with the portrait in a re angling of the way he's presented. for now, however pickens fortunate will be replaced by another and the museum decision was met some skepticism. as a journalist, i feel uneasy about this element of censoring history should not picked and remain on display as a reminder to wales of an aspect of its past. no matter how disgraceful is that general sir thomas picked and killed in action at the battle of waterloo in 18. 15 history is not yours. discord histories there to learn from. so the same thing never happens again. the museum should be ashamed of itself. sir. thomas picton was
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the most senior british officer to day at waterloo, facing napoleon, his picture has just been removed from welsh, national museum. no time for heroes. one day all humans will be canceled. because once upon a time they were owning cause, the museums or collections director, things to pictures, removal was an important step in re examining national collections. though this is not the 1st time pick, 10 of related art has been removed earlier this year. the card, if at city council decided to put away a marble statue of him from the city hall, a journalist or marcus said things that were moving out can be counter productive. i am reluctant to judge people from the past by the standards we live by to day. i mean times of change massively. even in the last 3040 years, the painting should be available in cardiff museum for the public to see for visitors to see for school expeditions for children to see. but there should be a plaque underneath it, explaining that this man's legacy is hugely mixed. he has an appalling track record in terms of his boldest governor of trinidad,
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particularly in the treatment of the 14 year old girl. but also he showed incredible bravery at the battle of waterloo when taking on the evils of napoleon and nice things need to be put into a fuller context, the proper context. but at the same time, censoring people is not the solution. and censoring works of art is not the solution. the pastors disappear just because you're taking down paintings all tearing literature, all tearing down statues. you've got to confront these things, head on and put it into a proper context. and that's how you build bridges. and that's how you, you build a coherent society. a better dispute has broken out between iran and america over the seizure of an oil tanker and the sea of oman. last week. washington claimed to ron captured the vessel, but her own says it was repelling a us attempt to capture the boat and is now released video claiming to prove exactly that. our correspondent policy lia investigates. well, what the thing now is a new round of installation between iran and the united states. this particular
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incident happened towards the end of last month, although now has been used to video. and you can look at that video. what you can see is raining forces, despite being dwarfed by american vessels, appearing to success me, block the path of american warship as the tank at sales await. now the ha, multiple shop. in this video we use the waiting revolutionary gods forces aiming and training. they went and we the us, they sold. now the iranian government has said that the operation was a success, despite the fact that the united states was able to turn. so oil to another tank as to the whereabouts of that tank. well, at the moment that is unclear. earlier we did hear from the pentagon who refutes uranium claims. i've seen the iranian claims, they are absolutely totally false and untrue. there was no such effort by
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u. s. naval assets to seize anything with this refers to is back on the 24th of october and i would add that iran's actions, the ones that are true of them illegally boarding and seizing a merchant vessel, constitute a blatant violation of international law. these events are not the 1st time that we see the united states intercepting vessels that are carrying iranian oil. ever since the form american president donald time withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal, that will, how was signed with he ran has been facing crippling sanctions. and that is part of the constraints that are being put on. he ran limits is nikia ambitions. any country that is seen to purchase iranian oil also pay so sanction. the timing of this particular incident is significant to beat people of the van 1000 has taken to the streets to celebrate government, denies demonstrations and celebration. commemorating the 1979,
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a waiting feature of the american embassy in so and we spoke with us. i am mohammed miranda political analyst at the university of hebron. he says this incident demonstrates that washington should perhaps changers attitude towards tara. this particular event is very significant, and it shows that the iranians are much more powerful today. they are in a very, they're in a commanding position to defend their sovereignty and their interests. and the very fact that the united states had to back down is reflective of something much bigger . i think it's, it has to do with us internal divisions. if the united states chooses to change its behavior towards iran and relations will improve. but if the united states wants to intimidate iran and try to get more concessions from iran beyond that deal that was over, you struck in 2015, they're not going to get anything. and they'll have more problems in future with
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iraq and more analysis on that story right now. just online at r t dot com, it's only half after 8 on friday morning here at moscow a misty morning here in the russian capital on research trade. thanks for joining us. we are back at the top of the hour with more of your friday headline. mm . look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except we're such orders that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence at that point, obviously is to great trust, rather than fear a very job with artificial intelligence. real,
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shallows. ah, ah. hello and welcome to cross stock. were all things are considered? i'm peter lavelle. virginia has roared and democrats are really republican. glenn, young kens gubernatorial. when is nothing less than stunning. he is a political novice and not a trump's arrogant this bo, other election will. how far reaching implications and it could signal the end of the biting presidency. i
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cross stocking a political earthquake, i'm joined by my guest and kearns and new york. she is a radio host, as well as author of the forthcoming book, 10 top ways democrats had betrayed women and why we need a feminist exit in atlanta, we have d dockens. i glare, she is a political strategist and a former georgia state representative. and in fort lauderdale, we cross to christopher metzler. he is a conservative political analyst or a cross sac rules and effect. that means you can jump in any time you want. and i always appreciate, di, let me go to you 1st because you're the odd person on the panel, and i want to be fair. i but does the sitting president of the united states, joe biden, reacting to the earthquake in virginia and elsewhere across the country, as by the media? what, what happened? he said, people are upset and concerned. that's not very, a reassuring to me. what do you, what do you think happen and reflect upon the president's words, go ahead d in atlanta? well, thank you peter. and to be honest, i kind of echo a little bit about what the president said. people are upset. i mean, you're.


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