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thank you. moment it's just the with with we're experiencing the stronger economic recovery in the world as it em biden praises the u. s. economy while the oil price saws, despite his order to release millions of barrels from strategic reserves, it is a adding to public anger of a spiraling inflation. inflation is, is rising and you might not be seeing as much progress as fast as we would like. based on the promises that he made. pushing a pupil, he blockers on kids to healthcare whistleblower in the u. k. claims of state funded clinic as treating girls who don't like pink ribbons, old goals to be gender confused. in the program, we speak to a former transgender who sees the practice as abuse to actually child abuse. what
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tavistock is doing really should be shut down on or it should be against the law. and that allowed to happen to young children, especially also facebook delays the introduction of end to end encrypted messages under pressure from governments including the u. k. but it is angering privacy campaigners ah mid morning and mid week. welcome to wednesday stories on how to international i'm rural research. i live in moscow, but the oil price has now blowing up by bolden 3 percent over the past 24 hours. it is raising inflationary fear as well across most of the world. that price is being closely watched in america, where inflation is already at a 3 decade high piling the pressure on households. although the u. s. president joe biden is adamant the countries finances are actually thriving. we're experiencing
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the stronger 2nd i'm a recovery in the world. even after county, for inflation, our economy is bigger. and our found is that more money in their pockets than they did before the pandemic. where they are rising oil price comes. so despite jo biden's decision to release millions of barrels of oil from u. s. strategic reserves over the coming months, a correspondent can often assess as whether the move could save biden's falling ratings. jo biden's claim is that the u. s. economy is recovering better than literally anywhere else on the planet. now this comes after the commander in chief announced he was going to open up the country, strategic petroleum reserve and put $50000000.00 extra barrels of oil onto the market in coming months. many of dismissed this move is simply a publicity stunt not in the least because it only covers no more than a few days supply. biden releasing 3 days worth of oil, that tax pays already paid for. joe biden would rather dip into
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a strategic oil reserves and puts americans to work in the energy industry bite and gave well biggest bargaining tip. when he shut down domestic oil production was incentive. would opec have to negotiate when they know we have no or else to go? the price gouging is just beginning. biden is hoping to tackle inflation and restoring gas prices at a time where he and his policies are quite unpopular. 70 percent of americans see the economic situation as poor biden's approval ratings are dropping. we decided to ask people on the street what they think the inflation is a higher now. saw i don't, that the economy is ongoing feshona's actually going slow. people are buying things . the stock market seems good, but on the other hand, inflation is, is rising. we might not be seeing as much progress as fast as we would like, based on the promises that he made. he has blamed the rise in oil prices on global
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supply, not keeping up with demand. at this point, the white house is blaming other countries and energy companies for holding up deliveries. every day the united states consumes roughly 18 to 19000000 barrels of oil. biden's only releasing $2.00 to $3.00 days supply over the course of the next few months. the impact isn't likely to be very much. the white house is trying to put pressure on opec, and it has repeatedly called on opec plus countries like russia and saudi arabia to pump more oil and drive the price down. remember, opec represents 77 percent of the world's crude oil reserves. so tapping strategic reserves may continue to have less of an impact than many would like. caleb martin, r t new york. we spoke with american economist, jeffrey tucker and former austrian foreign minister. karen, can i so are they both c biden's decision as a best, a temporary fix for a worsening problem?
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this looks to me like a foreshadowing of something really terrible. you have at least an acknowledgment on the part of the by administration that the inflation is becoming a problem, especially in oil prices. but he's focusing on this because gas prices are going way up and people are really upset as driving down his poll numbers. so he wants to be seen as doing something. so to release the reserve is purely a cosmetic attempt to a to give but please people. but it's not going to make any difference in prices over long term. if anything is going to have the opposite effect of causing people to realize that the really, that's not an illusion that we got major problems. and we couldn't see as result in an increase of demand towards hoarding than panic buying. so i think the, my prediction is that this is going to drive the problems it to become even worse than they were already. yes, administration was already in a walk. my in santa being torn apart between on the one hand,
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getting out of i stopping a little kind of why bro checks was in the united states. and on the other hand, assuring the u. s. customer cheaper oil and tab by osteen, my fake and of a plus. so to bring in people, i mean, this is a tied to world war that doesn't function. i don't think that this kind of move, which is a very short time thing. and it's, we have seen their reaction by the markets at the prices didn't go down the actually, it was also a by to moving up. and so it's, it's domestic politics are for, for a few days, but nothing more than that. i feel to come here the program on our t international as europe contends with skyrocketing energy bills. the president of serbia says, low cost russian gas is more crucial than ever. we'll bring that story just a bit later in this bulletin for now
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a whistle blowing psychiatrist her slam the only children's gender service in the u . k. for encouraging youngsters to transition. if they don't fit into rigid gender stereotypes, the recruitment of staff with very low levels of clinical knowledge and skill, many of those staff that had little oh no previous exposure to complex serious disorders in childhood. many young people who are unwilling or unable to conform to gender stereotypes. for example, go wishing to be more masculine. ah, nat mis understood as being transgender. here medical intervention supports not fluidity, but have rigid binary construction of gender that has a characteristic quality. if you don't like, you know, pink ribbons and dollies, you not really a go. dr. david bell has also describe the type of stop trust as a gateway. for puberty blockers,
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he claims that nearly all teenagers seen by the servers have gone on to take cross sex hormones. nadia we spoke with former transgender author won't hire, who thinks the clinic is guilty of child abuse. they should have been shut down and not allowed to treat children. that's really what should be happening. so this is a real serious problem because it's actually child abuse. probably very few of those children even qualify accurately qualified to receive puberty blacking drugs. keep in mind that puberty blockers were never ever designed for kids who are struggling with their identity. that puberty blockers are designed for kids whose puberty was advancing too fast, and they would slow it down with these drugs. so they're miss using the drugs. they were never intended to be used to harm children in this way, and they are harmful to them when tavistock is using them in this way and,
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and even more harmful when almost every one that they see, they're going to be administering these hormone therapy is to last year the trust was mired and controversy after former patient care. a bell took it all of a high court. akira took puberty blockers at age 16, with the aim of transitioning into a male and out 24 year old regrets that says she wasn't warned of the lasting effects that drugs would have. lottie colon, this are damian wilson, things doctors are unable to make rational decisions on transgender issues, due to intense social pressure. i think the people who with their under tremendous pressure the trans lobby is hugely powerful being called transfer because, you know, it was seen by many unbearable social slow people to troll to bit j. k. rowling. look, kathleen stock the the university suffix professor just being held out of her job. and this is just an incredible social disease that's,
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that's really going through the particular academia and the medical world at the moment. in america, that's not unusual to have children under the age of 10 going through through agenda counseling. what if a kid turns up at the, at the, the clinic and says he wants to be a dog. what are they doing? fading, biscuits and letting run around the yard on all fours. that's just crazy. it seems to be that the adults of left the room and any crazy idea is on the table. so i just think that we, maybe we just need to grow up about the conversation, accept our responsibility, and don't let our kids down by bowing to any when that's the current medical fashion. facebook is delaying the introduction of encrypted messages on all of its platforms. and it's being resisted by government, including the u. k. the home secretary claims police need the ability to read people's messages on social media correspondence shot. it was daphne now delves
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into the ongoing stand off between governments and big tech. it's been 5 years since whatsapp rolled out end to end encryption. it was hailed for allowing people all over the world to communicate securely and freely. but in tandem with some top question officials, whatsapp, instagram on facebook owner matter is tracking its feet. we're taking our time to get this ride and we don't plan to finish the global rollout of end to end encryption by default, across all our messaging services until sometime in 2023. we believe people shouldn't have to choose between privacy and safety, which is why we're engaging with privacy and safety experts, civil society and governments to make sure we get this right. technical as encryption can be, it's really about the very core of how we live our lives today. safe in the knowledge that what you tell your friend stays with your friend or does it while screeching that confidence is potentially painful. according to the government, it's a price we're paying for safety on line. end to end encryption brings further risks . indeed, in my view,
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jeopardize is the good work that has gone before. message is only encrypted, a standard, but end to end encryption, where neither the platform operator nor law enforcement can see the content jeopardizes much of that work in the new technological era. more conversations than not are on line, and if nothing is protected, then no conversation is private. so either we communicate face to face, or we surrender to the expectation as a 3rd person in your conversation. ease of staying in touch must not come at the expense of people's data protection and privacy rights. even what is that public that goes against its own a matter saying that one shouldn't sacrifice privacy if the government demands it, whatever the reasoning governments demanding companies build a special key to access private messages. but once the key to your messages is created, can you guarantee it won't be copied? are you confident that a hacker or a foreign spy won't steal it?
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or that your government won't lose it? once that key opens a back door, how do you know a criminal one sneak inside? and even if a government keeps the keys safe, should we trust them not to miss handle? the messages we send, considering our phones are so often glue to our hands. it's a 4 inch key all into our entire lives. so understandably, people aren't exactly ecstatic about their messages being read by others. privacy is a big, big thing in this country. in this world, the roads entitle to their own privacy, and i think private messages are part of that private and it's private support themselves and think they've smearing time if they've got suspicions, i guess so, but i don't think they should be able to read on every text message. so facebook may have changed its name, but deep public worries over its platforms. lack of privacy, aren't going anywhere. we heard from journalist on comment had a chadwick more. he things governments are using safety fears as
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a pretext to snoop on your communications. the question comes up is facebook figuring out a work around to the government to be able to spy on your end and messages? or what is this hold up. the company says that they just want to roll it out perfectly and make sure everything's in line, but they've had about 3 years down to work on this. and they're not delaying it even further. the excuse that they need to intrude on your privacy in order to protect human life and your safety just as transparent and weak as current privacy rules are, it doesn't seem like they're being completely honest. it's just reach them using this excuse for safety scare everyone. they have to read your private messages and access, or else terrorists are going to take over america. that's essentially their argument or whatever western countries, you know, we have trillions of choice dollars in the pentagon and in our surveillance, they other things. and they're making the argument that if they can't snoop in and read your private messages, if you have encrypted data,
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then the terrorists are going to come in and kill everyone. it doesn't make a lot of sense and it just seems like they want more control and more power and more knowledge and information about their own citizens. i called upon the valley here at moscow with i still uncovered. other serious diseases have been neglected for the better part of 2 years for the 1st time and more than a decade, global deaths from tuberculosis have increased. asi is anton krakowski, spoke to those who survived the disease. you can watch the program in full and youtube channel. me after this, while the doctor called me close and whispered that had tuberculosis. he asked not to tell anyone else in the world. he said, you know what kind of people we have here. they wouldn't understand my mom. so you've been told that you've got to butcher losses. no, i've been told that my lungs are decomposing. are you taking 9 pills a day? no. 15th bills at a time. tuberculosis is perceived to be about abnormal people, prison inmates, outcasts, homeless folks,
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but not about ordinary people like us. many people are abandoned not only by their friends but by their families to even their spouses, leave them the body of another unpleasant thing about cov, it is that tuberculosis, deaf writes have skyrocketed again. sure. what am garbled cool? cool. i was looking at july for more than 2 years now. mankind has been fighting cove it amid this horrifying disease. it appears, we forgot it about many others, including tuberculosis, $1500000.00 people die from tuberculosis every year. and these numbers are rising, since hospitals are overwhelmed and the whole health care system is in lockdown to sheila soon we may see tuberculosis casually coming into our lives as well as it already did in the 19th century about the were forced to come here the program on r t or the russian defense minister is warning that u. s. strategic bombers have radically increase our flights all the way up and along russia's borders. we'll bring it our story and many more with back in just a moment
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when i chose seemed wrong. when all 3, just a whole new world to shape out does the, becomes the african and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. ah ah ah ah ah ah with
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so ah ah, it is good to have you with us today. the u. s. has imposed a new round of sanctions on the north stream to gas pipeline between russia and germany. are the major target a russian linked firm and 2 vessels. and while europe is withholding final approval for the project, not every one is bowing to sanctions pressure. as the serbian president explained to the russian media, goss, i'm proud of this size, and i want people in russia to know this and that serbia firmly resist depression and, and we never caused any problems for south stream, or tack stream purely or bo can stream as we call it to dangling. we've built 400
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kilometers of the pipeline across the country together with gas promise me today we already have gas flowing through this pipeline of we're the only country in europe that never imposed any sanctions on any measures. lead you any decisions against russia's interests. we pursued the european path on that, but we never do anything that would damage our relations with the russian federation of the law. we need an agreement about a larger amounts of gasoline with the fastest growing economy in europe, excited that the lead me were grown faster than all the other countries in europe. so we need gas, it'll global. so the price in the volume. and 3rd, we need flexibility for quote all russian counterparts know about this. when consumption peaks during the winter, we want to be able to import more gas without having to pay a much higher price l. h. as in global affairs, you don't just choose an easier way. you don't just please those who is stronger than you, but it will. serbia has its own political and economic interests without russia, there be no pipeline or you there be no gasoline. i'd be paying $800.00 to $900.00
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euro the gas to day more economically, serbia can't handle. lindsey why? in the russian defense minister has warned of a massive increase in us strategic bomber activity around russia's borders, including military drills aimed at repelling a nuclear strike. a defense minister, so gay show you made the house what a talked with his chinese counterpart and picking up the story as our correspondent donald quarter. it looks like both russia and china are ready for deeper cooperation when it comes to mutual defense. and that's because the united states, as posturing itself as a military full of both power. i mean, it's no secret that china isn't happy about american naval operations in the south china sea, or washington's claim that taiwan is separate from the mainland. as for russia, it looks like the u. s. is taking a more nuclear approach. let's take a listen to what the russian ministry of defense had to say. whether this is, were due this month during the us global thunder. strategic forces exercises tend
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us for strategic form as practice options of nuclear weapons use against russia almost simultaneously from western and eastern directions based on what was spoken about at this meeting. it looks like the u. s. military aggression is actually bringing us, is actually bringing russia and china closer together. the chinese defense minister at the meeting said that the u. s. is using the same aggressive military actions against his country as it is against his russian counterpart. we did hear from the russian defense minister again, who outlined what some of those actions entailed. admissions should be called a significant increase in the activity of us strategic bama ation. in the past month, around 30 flights to the borders of the russian federation have been made, which is 2 and a half times more than in the same period last year. it's likely a joining of these 2 eastern hours wasn't exactly what washington expected to result from its increased nuclear posturing. either one of them is
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a serious force to be reckoned with for washington, but both of them together that could be a major obstacle for u. s. foreign policy, we spoke with a full, my pentagon analyst of michael maloof, who thinks the aggressive us actions in the pacific are actually proving counter productive. when you consider that, since the disasters pull out of afghanistan, the united states has once again been trying to agitate both on the, on the western front with, with nato in the black sea area. and now with the indo pacific, somehow to try and rectify its abysmal failure in after 20 years in afghanistan. and i'm afraid that though the united states is beginning to overreact and, and you cannot blame russia and china now to decide to band together and deal with this constant irritant. i think that it is, it is a surprise, somewhat to washington,
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that the 2 have united and all that they're doing really is looking back on the good old days of the cold war when the soviet union and, and, and china. and even though they were aligned with one of the other somewhat, there was an ability to play one off against the other. ah, that's not going to happen today. all right, to some of the headlines for you in brief, here on the program, protests have swept hockey off to the national currency, crashed on tuesday and people hit the streets calling on the ruling party and president or the one to step down. i took his lira nose dived, 15 percent on tuesday. that is one of the worst days ever for that current fight is in argentina. battling to contain ablaze in a national park near one us out is it's been raging the since monday afternoon, and authorities are investigating possible awesome the nature preserve is home to several unique species, including birds and marsh. dia well,
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you as president joe biden has invited $110.00 countries to join a democracy summit next month to share common values and fight authoritarianism. however, washington has plenty of its own issues to contend to if you have a look at this meets the surprising newcomer in the list of backsliding democracies, the united states. a historic turning point came in 202021. when former president donald trump question the legitimacy of the 2020 election results in the united states seems like the trumped arrangement syndrome is still going strong. but the u. s definitely has more problems. even though performance has improved. the united states even improved its performance and indicators of impartial administration in 2020. however, the declines in civil liberties and checks and government indicate that there are
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serious problems with the fundamentals of democracy. whether it's biden's america is bracky or trumps. make america great again. it's time to acknowledge america. you do have a problem. yeah. read more about that right now online at r t dot com. what is a 10? 25 wednesday morning here at moscow. this is auto international. thank you for spending some of your time with us here. in moscow way back soon with more of your news. ah ah. in
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short, they don't seem inefficient, mr. hatch or someone at the school to check up with some dinner. walsh the discussion and what is your group on yet? be makisia posted on this? there's actually a lot on there besides that, so i me at the what the machine gun usually should almost by you. so what i'm going to look up and did is it to, to test once. when she lights the lights, you have the key moments which she's leeway as she shared with
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the, as a story to the victims in the walk ashore. tragedy are being told. we're also trying to figure the motive behind the driver of the van with one black lives matter activists saying this is the beginning of a new revolution. we will discuss with our panel gas prices in california on the verge of reaching the $5.00 per gallon point, the president binary decided to finally do something about it and asking the
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members of opec to do the same. in new york city leaders are pushing to a lot more than 800000 non citizens to vote and local elections. we will tell you if this will come true and if this is more about political power or justice, allow for other cities to follow suit. and it's a story from the movie screen coming to real life as nasa launches a double asteroid redirection test in the space. we will bring you all the details i'm going to use in this story and more on today's news use use right here on our t america. ah, thanks for joining the man. charged with killing more than people and entering doesn't more at a holiday parade and walk sha wisconsin had his 1st quarter parents on tuesday. now daryl a brooks junior was arraigned on 5 counts of intentional homicide. and archie contributor
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molly bras, explained brooks, has a criminal record that has that many wondering why he was an already behind bars for this tragedy. now warning, you may find some video in this report graphic. the community of wil kasha is morning, the horrifying events that unfolded at their annual christmas parade. sunday the residence held a vigil lit candles and honored those killed and injured. i have 2 sons that both have marched in the parade in the past, actually multiple times. when to try to understand the devastation for the people, for the losses or injured, i heard them imagine police a 48 people were injured and 5 people were killed. when darrell e brooks junior ploughed through the police barricades and raced along the parade route, hitting performers and parade goers. a horrifying tragedy that shocked those who live in the small city of some 70000 people. i'm speechless. this is my community
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with them. i spend every weekend on main street with my friends and sharing happy experiences and making memories. and i know my community to be a safe area among the victims, a long time local parade favorite, the milwaukee dancing grannies. they lost several members of their troop and an 81 year old volunteer. they received an outpouring of support on social media where they posted updates about their members, police and will kasha have charged 39 year old darrell e brooks junior with bite counts of intentional homicide. a charge that carries a mandatory life prison sentence if convicted. he has an extensive criminal record dating back to 1999. in fact, he was out a $1000.00 bon after an incident on november 2nd, when he allegedly ran over a woman who says she is the mother of his child. she told police he ran her down as she walked across a gas station. parking lot in brook was arrested on 5 charges,
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including domestic abuse and reckless endangerment. according.


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