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ah ah, the headlines here, what are tea? the french catholic church admitted bez, quote, institutional responsibility for decades of child sex abuse by clergyman. one abuse victim tells ality justice must be served and now it is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institution responsibility of the church to recognize all its crimes and only a fantasy that has committed what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states and the european union, and italiano accuses the e. u of putting lives at risk with its failure to stem the influx of migrants from across the mediterranean. it's really hard to breathe. i guess this was real war might look like grenades and nuclear submarines on a voyage on russia's most modern warship. artie travels to russia's far east to
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witness wal games and the country's military might ah, oh, it's the pleasure helping you with us today for the program one ot international. it's good of you to spend some time with us here in moscow. french catholic bishops have now acknowledged that the church bez institutional responsibility for decades of child sex abuse. and the pledge to go beyond individual blame was made that an annual bishops conference, which this year is devoted to addressing exactly those cry. these p to fall acts were made possible by the general context, operations, mentalities m practices within church that now lies the responsibility of gt to provide. justice and reparation. the bishops conference runs until monday involving
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a $120.00 top cleric small across france. and so far they've set up a commission on tackling child abuse and made recommendations on financial compensation for the victims. the top bishop recently, you turned on a claim that the church was bound by a vow of secrecy when it came to abuse revelations uncovered during confessional. now the bishop's meeting was prompted by a landmark inquiry. it revealed at $3000.00 pita falls of operated within the french catholic church since the 1950s. and that more than 300000 children were abused. as we understand, most of the victims were boys between the ages of 10 and 13, and some of them shed their stores with us. ah mm
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. i'm often asked why children don't talk about what happened. often this happens because the aggressor has a strategy. this is important to understand. i suffered from what is called ano recess. i went to bed. my great uncle knew that. and when i went to bed, he asked me to go to him. he told me that he wanted to explain to me how my body works. he moved very quickly from the field of anatomy to the field of sexuality in the sex education penetrating me and molesting me. lou, i experienced this when i was 11 years old. i was among a group of scouts one day during a meeting that priest asked me to stay. when we were alone, he relaxed me and then his actions went beyond what was usual. he took me by my life, kissed me, said i, i was his favorite. and that this would be our secret. he kissed me on one cheek
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and about to kiss me on the other cheek. kiss me on the lips. this is sexual harassment. mm. it wasn't until i was 19 that i was able to realize what had happened to me because this is an unheard of level of violence. and because it is simply unbearable and impossible for a child to understand. when i was 19, i told my parents what had happened to me, like many victims of violence. i spoke about it spontaneously. we watched a report on tv. it was a documentary about pedophile priests. my mom's 1st reaction was the words we were deceived. she found out that there were other victims. some of her cousins also went through what they even then called sex education. they still called it what they're resar called in just my story lesson is on the one hand, it is terrible. on the other hand is commonplace. it to me while to realize i was a victim, i thought the priest locked me. it never occurred to me. this was
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a bad thing. the trauma that i have left is not as serious as those who are raked when penetration occurs. a man who is right from penetration is no norman, he is half a man in the public consciousness. a right man becomes a homosexual. he loses his masculinity for a child who realizes this, it becomes traumatic to grow up with this thought and abuse victim, we spoke to said at pope francis has failed to take responsibility for the atrocities committed inside the church. the abuses, nita faced justice and utah from france, is not the only country affected by this problem. it affected all the democratic countries because there is a church in all countries of the world. now it is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institution responsibility of the church to recognize all its crimes and all the offences that has committed over mine. as adults over people in a vulnerable position. she needs to recognize the systemic nature of these crimes on the horrific scale. this is the most serious crime the 21st century. far
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to the u. k. now, by london has been gripped by scenes of violence at the annual ante establishment 1000000 mosque march by 12 people were arrested and at least 8 police officers injured. ah, the protest organized by the hacker group anonymous of flares and fireworks were set off with offices frequently clashing with protesters. the march, which has been saved every here since 2012 seas anti establishment protesters rally against government corruption, a wealth and equality. and as of last year, extreme corona virus restrictions so post electron on rest in iraq has left at least a $125.00 people injured. fierce clashes broke out in baghdad on friday as crowds storm the heavily fortified greens are on the now officially house as government offices. a hundreds gather to denounce the october the 10th vote as being rigged to
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some rod has hurting rocks. much of the anchor has come from supporters of the iran backed al factor coalition. that presence in parliament is not actually been cut down by almost 2 thirds. and italian mayor has lashed out of the european union, blaming it for a so called genocide of refugees in the mediterranean. just earlier this week, more than 800 african migrants were rescued in italian waters. and now being housed on the islands of lum producer and sicily, now the mayor of palermo has lashed out of both brussels on a regional naples. failing to help italy deal with what is now a perpetual migrant crisis. from a yell to static in the what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states and the european union. nobody is helping italy. why isn't malta helping someone should tell malta that it's part of the european union monster is acting in
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a selfish and irresponsible way, like all other european states on may. the 9th on europe day, i wrote a letter to the president of the european commission on the land and then to the president of the european parliament. cecily is asking for the this much of a european life savings social service awaits prevent thousands of people from dying at sea known as kind of tough to get your head around. the numbers of the number of undocumented migrants arriving in italy has surged by more than a 150 percent since last year and 460 percent since 2019. the european council has promised border nations. additional support for the mayor of lam producer says the use lack of action is just causing needless deaths in order to prevent loss of life and to reduce pressure and european borders. mutually beneficial partnership and operation of countries of origin and transit, while the intensified with international agreements and not respected europe is doing nothing. it has no strategy to solve this problem. and europe,
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we only talk about refugees. there is no strategy for only economic migrants who come to italy. the problem of migrants is, according to the search and rescue plan, regulations, concerns all states and not just italy. you must enforce this regulation and make on the face held migrants as well. italy certainly cannot declare war on molds up if the u. n. has austell states to speak up and sold the problem through international agreements. and if, until now the problem has never been addressed by any one. it means there is no political will to try to solve the problem of migrants. we've repeatedly said that the problem is not being addressed by anyone. and if it is not addressed, that will be more deaths, more landings, and no end to ngo's helping migrants that see, this is the pattern. there is no solution because no one wants to find it. nothing will ever change as long as things remain like this. immigration troubles are also front and center in french politics. in the latest case of the council of europe
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has pulled up an anti hate speech campaign in the country. after french politicians claimed it was promoting, had jobs. it promotes the wearing of the veil as a pot if someone's identity dalton is promoting the hedge. absolutely. yeah, that's the opposite. the values that france defense i deduced could if i is when women take their they'll off that they become free. no. the other way around remembering that women are free to wear the he job is one thing to say that freedom is in the he job is another, it's promoting it. is this the role of the council of europe? the slogan, freedom is in a, his job was actually just thought up during an online workshop. the council of europe says is simply reflects what was said by some of the participants. a fuller version goes, beauty is in diversity as freedom. as in his jap response in france though, has drawn criticism across europe with many saying it shows a lack of respect for the right of women to choose what to wear. well, as a particularly hot topic in france,
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as it was the 1st european country to introduce a nation wide ban on fool face, islamic veil is out of that was back in what 2011. and although wearing the, her job is legal is not allowed in certain public places. for example, schools and government offices in 2018. the united nations human rights committee said the french rule violates the freedom of religion. earlier, we discussed the story with a cruise sham. lou and attorney and paris and independent journalist luc living. they can make it very badly. the concept of the campaign is wrong because the freedom is to take it away. they jock, in awful, a woman mostly women are allowed in, in the opening public places in europe to wear the heads car, fine, but to promote it. this is completely crazy. we might disagree, but they have the right to weigh with it. and the french generation, the friends and geography, paul b, difference, anglo saxon and france. people are lacking. people don't accept the young people,
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young woman. here in france, even the young french woman accept. they say if they want to wear this discard, let them were discovered in all this was a bad campaign. and the war culture from the west is terrible and from the gain of places. and it's making inroads in europe. and this will lead to be problems with what you want to work. let's say that in france, just put it in perspective. in france, we have the law that has been voted in 19 o 5, which is the freedom of calls which gives you which separates the states from the religion. so every woman has the right to word their stuff. this is really a big problem, is that the islamists use it to hold press women in the areas of france with this and they go any more. and, and women, we're in just to have peace. i'm up or yeah, you, what you say. but when you talk to muslim women here in france on,
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in other countries, you have some women that say that i want to learn that it's my freedom. and i feel ok, worrying that as to women in iran. and if you prefer sunni country, asked the women in saudi arabia gonna what they think of the heat shops when the police follows them to see if they are made up and if they wear it shot. well, all in black, that is cipher city, not at all. thousands of environmental protesters have to send it on glasgow host city of the cop 26 climate summit is being led by celebrity activists, gretta tune, bug. apparently they're not happy about what they see as a mia talking shop, a tens of thousands of protesters, what they're mostly under the age of 30. they accused world leaders of failing to clean up the mess they of course, and urge them to take drastic action. activists denounced the policies agreed upon at cop $26.00 as self serving and not sufficient to prevent temperature rises. meanwhile, the anti poverty organization oxfam has issued
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a new report accusing billionaires of driving climate change. the data is based on predictions of behavior up to 2030 is expected, the carbon footprint of the richest one percent will be 30 times above what is needed to keep the earth from warming more than a tipping point of one and a half degrees. the pollution they cause will be greater than the world's poorest 50 percent combined. now the carbon target, so seen as a way of coping climate, alma getta, and that was set by the paris agreement that was the accord of 2015. the international treaty sets a 2 degree rise as an absolute limit, but one and a half degrees is the target. and the head of oxfam, scotland says the richest of putting the world on course for disaster, with their current lifestyles. we're talking to the richest people. just one or say many or 3 like those in your office and
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luxury travel even speech travel, we're highlighting space struggle to the bullet gesture to say it's the luxury lifestyle, which is one percent the richest, 10 percent continue to drive the claimant price, the new lifestyle already teaching the world to creation where we'd be dangerous climate change, give them more property more and more suffering last week to stream that luxury lifestyle and most then it will continue to decrease leading to the climate crisis. and we would like to see government, for example, tracking flights that we move on helping to try to explain that process. but we also want to keep government read that needed to drive wage going to action by taxing those with the most with some well so nuclear submarines war ships, high caliber gun fire, plenty more to come after the break here on the international, including
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a trip to russia's far east with some pretty serious war games. we're back in a moment. i oh, driven by dream shapes bankers and those with dares sinks. we dare to ask for years, we were told that way to stimulate the economy was to print money. and then when it
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became obvious that printing money was actually causing economic decline and bank failure, they had to come up with a narrative. and that was the green narrative, the narrative, the cop annual gathering narrative. and as you're pointing out, you're just switching chairs on the titanic, you're just going from one particular way to destroy the global economy using fee money to a different way to destroy the global economy using theat money. oh it's good to have you with us for the stuff that a program here with r t international. so how about it? a deep dive into the workings of russia naval machine. the invitation of the military, our correspondent constantino rush cough got a sale on a nuclear submarine and a battleship and distant foreign waters. it is an action packed and even explosive journey that at times left poor costa rather lost for what's
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ah, well, there was a, there was that the ship's main gun. and i actually, i forgot what i wanted to say with this is what happens when you let the russian military be a travel agents. they push on a press door, the turns into one hell of a ride. i will begin to see explosions, up close with get to breathing fumes from smoke grenades. it's really hard to breathe. i guess this was real war might look like, even like playing a submarine loaded with nuclear warheads. they can check this as a bonus, you get terrible jack black because you have to fly across 9 different time zones to get to rushes most remote regions and watch the war games. but this journey
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totally worth it. i think you guys with enormous fire power e. mm hm. all righty and we've reached rushes, mostly eastern frontier. they can chat with it insulin with to lay over it took us 14 hours to fly here from moscow on they saw military and $128.00 can probably see giant mountains in the distance, which is one of the trademarks of this region famous for his active volcanoes, earthquakes and raw wilderness all the which we can explore here is that nature. we bought rushes military might in the pacific, the contract,
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the peninsula of russia's far east, a vast and largely unexplored region which stretches from alaskan the north to the japanese islands in the south. from the military standpoint, this lands important for maintaining russia's food, hold in the pacific, and increasingly volatile part of the world, which has become an arena, the fear standoff between china and the u. s. right now, we're about to visit the home of russia's deadliest subs in the pacific. also the close us russian naval base, d b. now the state which has nuclear, capable vessels, we've got rare access to one of the most secret and well guarded military facilities in the country. in case of a full scale nuclear war with the u. s. which of course no one was, this would be one of russia's most important defences. ah, was a funny feeling of direction you standing on top of
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a vessel that has actual nuclear war has. and by the way, at least one of the submarines is always on a salad patrol mission. some were in deep waters off the pacific ocean. and if russia comes out of nuclear attack, the subs can emerge safe off the coast of california and strike back with all its nuclear fire power, the military call it the strategic deterrence. ah, i'm check this weird, squeaking sound. have a look. each submarine has this rubber coating that house it to stay under the radar. a naval base protected by an elite marine unit which put on a show for us a little bit played out a scenario where anatomy ship sneaks into the baited. it's where nuclear subs bad guys lose. of course moses hulu, from chat,
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got with lou to saline brushes, biggest island in the pacific near japan here in the military simulated how they would fight off a naval invasion with while, as you can see, the as ron truck has been launch, and that means the via war exercises on sahalina islands have officially kicked off with the self propelled artillery goes in. first it can fire at a distance long enough to sink enemy worships as they tried to approach the shore, then tanks rolling to finish. the job was just heard, isn't he haiti engage the enemy, but one of the enemies still makes it to the shore? well, there is a surprise for them. the military college firewall set of explosives that go off at the same time to amplify the damage. as
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a rule were games are scripted and you know what comes next. but no one from the press saw this coming. mm. oh wow. there is a large plume of smoke come in our way. yeah, i can see anything. we've lost. oh, it's really hard to breathe. i guess this was real war. might look like. the military said, i'm a huge smokescreen to practice how they would conceal their movements. but because of to when it's not just in tanks and artillery, they were engulfed by the fuse equity even though right. are you hanging in there? most of the journalist who got caught in the smoke, started coughing and ran out. but look at this army officer, he stayed right in the thick of it to hold time as if nothing happened back on this and that amount of okay, can you breathe? it's all good. move up, olive, but we got caught in the smoke screen and many drill is breathed in the future. it is a dangerous for hell for our lungs, since i'm talk to you,
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it's all fine going up. but those did you breathe in 2 minutes? of course we were standing together when the smoke disappeared, we found this an essential part of every military exercise, a field kitchen that is classic soviet made military stove. you might say, well they all look fancy bod died or is one thing i didn't know about them is that they could actually beat air drops from a plane along with an air born unit to that they are so that the soldiers can cook out in the field so this particular stove has been in use since the 1950s or sixties, as i was told. and if you look at the dentist right here, ah bees and the other ones. i think it was dropped like a couple of times. what's even more interesting is that this die hard stove still works after all these droppings. mm hm. when the drills were over,
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there was one last mission we had to accomplish, may get across a mud field, live by the tanks. tracks are off a 3rd part of these large scale drills. so we come on board, a latest russian warship. and right now we're heading to see where we're going to spend entire day conducting a target practice drills. as an ice bonus, we get home joy, donnie view of the central white of off dog ah, the home board of the russian pacifically and the city from the 2000 will, will build. this is one of the most modern russian prevents put into service just a year ago. everything's brand new on the ship from artillery guns and rocket systems, to italian coffee machines and freshly painted fire axes. from while we're on the ship, we'll get it. stay in group water, so let's see what you get. serve on
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a modern russian portion. we were accommodated in officers. cabins which are a bit cramped by overall nice and clean. and they even have decorations. hello, fresh and president vladimir putin and minister of defense. jerry short sailors sleep on bunk beds in a separate room close to the ship's stern. ah, if an admiral henri hire a visit to corvette, he guessed a ship's best cabin is not really spacious, but has a nice t said. and a large painting above the bed. with as a recon helicopter returns to drills, kick off, see this pyramid shaped object? it's a mockup, see, mind that the crews going to throw overboard, sail away,
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and i try to hate from a distance of one of the, one of the ship's main guns and can look, look, essentially fired as a see might worth it. so one of the ship's main got a k 630, and it's actually designed to, i hate about want to target like regular ships, but right now as far as a dummy, as a training see mine next target, which is a mockup warship requires a larger gun wow. wow. well, there was a, there was the ship's main gun and i actually ever got to what i wanted to say, but when you're standing here on, on board with the enormous fire power, that's incredible. the ship's camera gives you only blurry, black and white image of the target to the officer in charge for the shooting. ask us to show him the footage we got in our professional equipment to was, i mean,
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are you satisfied with the target practice? of course. yes, well my congratulations. thank you. at some point the exercise was good to hold because of a poacher boat that all of a sudden sale ride between the corvette and the target with inside and a surveillance display. i guess after this encounter at the po, shirt won't be legal of fishing in this area. ever again. most that old target practice, our commission saw the ships rooney's defeat, especially during such intense training. so now we get to check out the ships cafeteria and see what a russian sailors die. it looks like again, we've got to check out the officers canteen, which you can tell by the nice decorations on the walls. massive paintings depicting russia see victories here yet. the meal we had was no different from sailors, vegetable salad, russian meat soup and meat balls over rice, and that tasted much better
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a ah ah how you can watch more of that ot report on our you tube channel. thanks for joining us here for the saturday program. we'll back in half an hour with mol. ah, ah.
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i am max kaiser. hey. fixed the money. 6 the world. stacy? yes. because if we fixed the money, we wouldn't have many of the problems that we do in this fi out world, right? the fear world right now is meeting the leaders of the fi out world are meeting. they continue to meet yet for another week, i guess at a up in scotland at cop 26. and we're witnessing the failure of their consensus model. that's what we've seen for the past 20 years as they have annual meetings. huge sort of con, fab's, g 8, g twenty's cop, 26, paris climate agreements, all the sort of stuff and nothing ever happens because of the incentive model built into the theat system. so. a one of the solutions, of course is we're gonna electrify the world, right? we're going to move off carbon, where d carbon i.


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