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that his scores will still be stuck with these. it's hard to do. i. okay. it's ah, twitter faces a barrage of accusations that is doing the u. s. government spitting out of the social media. john collaborated with a washington funded think tank suspending. more than 3000 accounts from 6 countries for alleged state bank propaganda. the u. k. rural college of midwives apologizes for calling mothers postnatal people in new guidance, running chestnut soldiers. the general public nurses and transgender people don't support the idea. is he yet another example of stonewall going in with diversity offices and telling people how to reset their thinking with their members? in a landmark ruling, a woman born with a spinal defect,
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wins her case against the doctor who 20 years ago, failed to advisor mother, properly about conception. i guess debated the case because what i do now was medicine now and in 20 years time, you made george my action adopt as completely wrong. but there is something rather bizarre about somebody saying, and i mean this is a sensitive like i wish i would never been born either very good morning. great. have you company here or not? it's a national concerns are being raised over social network, twitters possible ties to the us government. that's after the tech. john suspended more than 3000 accounts from 6 countries, including china and russia, over alleged state sponsored information operations. twitter many decisions on
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which accounts to suspend were made with the guidance of the australian strategic policy institute is a think tank that sponsored by us government agencies that include the department of defense unties. daniel hawkins delved deeper into the institutes, activities. it's common knowledge that trusts in conventional media is falling. you know, when you ask someone where they get their news on late reply, i don't watch tv. i'll do my own research or get my news off social media. that's fair enough. that least with normal news, you tend to know who's sponsoring it, be it's a government or corporation. and you can make your own conclusions. but when you see who's behind an organization claiming to be independent and non partisan draft are in to help provide independent analysis to stop social media manipulation. well, anyone would have a few questions. it's not like the australian strategic policy institute hide the fact there, sponsored by the u. s. government or some of the biggest names in the military.
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industrial complex. the long list is there for all to see is just when so much funding comes from the sources. one does wonder just how independent and balanced they can be. even former australian officials have concerns about the things thanks output echoed by some current lawmakers. surely it's fair to subject aspect funding arrangements to scrutiny espy receives core funding a $4000000000.00 from the department of defense. again, the thing thank makes no secret of its anti china stance and the list of works on their website. in fact, china is a key target of the organizations works from human rights in shin gan to chinese tech systems influence projects or this information in social media. many funded by the u. s. department of state and defense. their definition of independence may be malleable to say the least. an a s p, i are good at what they do,
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at least for their defense, industry, sponsors. the numbers say it all since the think tank was founded 20 years ago. weapons manufacturers have collected tens of billions of dollars in government contracts prior to the cobit pandemic. the organization hosted dozens of events, some bringing together key players in defense and politics. providing the opportunity for closed door discussions with government departments and agencies. the s p i is so heavily involved with foreign governments and political organizations. it's even registered with the australian governments. forward inputs transparency register. many were so pleased with the think tanks work. their funding to the organization has grown significantly year on year, as have their funds from sponsorship and commercial revenue under the direction of executive director peter jennings. who is himself clear where the blame for increasing tensions lies. most rising south shawnasee, composing china's authoritarian control in hong kong,
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threatening taiwan and japan on a daily basis. china is the strategic problem in the region and back to the point. the thing thank is now partnered with the social media giant helping to decide and coordinate what information users have access to. and what is sentences so much for an opponent, analysis and serving the public conversation, is little wonder that some question whose interests does it really serve? well to a distress, is its goal, is to ensure the integrity of public conversation. alessandra bruno independent political analyst says that there's more to it than just that there's a climate of tension of geopolitical tension already surrounding that. so it's not surprising that twitter is very happy to comply to you the, let's put at the u. s. mainstream or the deep state view. i'm not surprised at all
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that they cooperating with an institute such as the australian and that's not the only one there cooperating with the perhaps they chose us to. busy appear independent, but they don't expect independent advice. they're looking for the kind of view that reflects we ultimately be american view. how different is the trillion view from the american right now? considering that they have just joined our course. that institute is much more closely aligned to langley in virginia, where i'm located, that it is to twitter users wanting independent information in the u. k. the role college of midwives, the said, sorry for removing the words, woman and mother from his latest guidance. instead, using the term post natal people, they called as an oversight on their part and the former and it just nurse, we spoke to says it's not the union's role to tell midwives what to think. people don't want to replace the word series, a very, very vocal minority,
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and a very effective act, this group in stone wall who want to rewrite the rules by which we live. i don't know who they think they're appealing to. because the person in front of the midwife is a biological woman, why the world college of midwives has chosen to adopt policies, advocated by stonewall, is a matter for them to answer. but my point here is that the general public does not support base midwives do not support tate and actually neither does the transgender community. it is one organization that is pushing it to gender so hard and is getting it very, very badly. a mother is a mother and the role of the midwife is to ensure the mother's safety and the baby safety, and that is the end of their role. they should not be involving themselves in this
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sort of ridiculous political posturing. the midwives union withdrew the gender neutral guidance following an online backlash and the instructions furniture stuff on how to put newborns to bed safely. they did not mention women at all, referring only to parents and cares. the guns were supposed to be l. g beat inclusive. but it didn't go down well with every one. how can you possibly rise about pregnancy and bus without mentioning women? that's deliberate, not an oversight. apparently the royal college, a midwife sized midwives need to call mothers postnatal people, not mothers, all women. so to all you ladies out there, you're a postnatal person, not a mother. i. right. how did the royal college of midwives forget about women? they are the sole reason you even exist format and nature's nurse, rebecca butler says that neither the general public nor transgender people support
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the idea. people don't want to replace the word fairies, a very, very vocal minority, and a very effective act to this group in stonewall who want to rewrite the rules by which we live. i don't know who they think they're appealing to because the person in front of the midwife is a biological woman. why the world college of midwives has chosen to adopt policies, advocated by stonewall. is america for them to answer. but my point is that the general public does not support base midwives do not support tate actually, neither does the transgender community. it is one organization that is pushing it to gender so hard. i'm getting it very, very badly. a mother is a mother and the role of the midwife is to ensure the mother's safety and the baby
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safety, and that is the end of their role. they should not be involving themselves in this sort of ridiculous political posturing. the young woman with a spinal defect has successfully seen her mother's doctor for giving a bad advice 20 years ago before her pregnancy. and the law ma ruling the case i course agreed to the failure to give advice about in vital supplements did amount to negligence. evie tunes is a para show jumping star due to her condition. she has to spend some days connected to tubes that is found that her mother was not advised in accordance with the guidance to take fully. cas, it prod, conception, and for the 1st 12 weeks of pregnancy, the amount awarded in conversation will be decided at a later hearing and could be significant as teams will require extensive care for the rest of her life. provided with the correct recommended advice she would have
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delayed attempts to conceive in the circumstances there would have been a later conception which would have resulted in a normal healthy child. the doctor in question denies the allegation, saying he provided all the necessary instructions 20 years ago. we discussed what precedent the ruling sets with our guests. john gaunt. radio host and columnist and doctor dean agate, a general practitioner. this case we're talking about was 20 years ago. and year 2001 i think it was around the same time we would probably have been giving advice of well if your dog is rich and go to kathy, keep keep doing it that we need to supplement. so again, it's really hard to do what happened back in 2001 by understanding we have today, can you really bring was you can happen. can you bring the case 20 years after so many port afford? i mean this isn't the little mind. was somebody was given, you know, a tablet, these are, it isn't that kind of situation in this scenario showing exactly how much longer
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time in the future to very clearly document the advice we give. and more importantly, actually the advice that we don't get. so it's kind of a significant sound on, on time one of the, the big challenges that often documentation. it's about how you are judged because of course, what i do now with medicine. now in 20 years time, we may, george, my actions and the doctor is completely wrong because as time progresses and we learn more, our practice progress, one of my worries would be for doctors that they would do on the side of caution now. and perhaps the recommending for other birth difficulties may be abortion. i'm thinking particularly of down's syndrome babies when we do know that they these people can go on to lead very successful lives as well to have to be aligned the way. because of course, we recognize that patients, there are no details of medicine. it's our job to teach them to bring them on that journey to get them both. we can make decisions to get that to treat the problem or the 1st thing and all that common sense stuff to fall into the lap of the doctor to
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have to deal with and say, well, come on, who's the doctor's responsibility to tell you how to live your life, what to do, not only they're responsible for prescribing, but also responsible for telling you how to live healthily and if you don't with help me that doctor salt. and that's an impossible situation to doctors to work it . we do need perhaps now in the light this case, we need to put some safety guidelines in there, both to the patient and for the doctor. i mean, i do find it incredible that 20 years after this, the doctor is in this position with his whole life ruined by still of immense sympathy, obviously for lady involved as well. you know what, we're already in that position of jeopardy because that's exactly the situation we dr. moment. for example, if i was to get a patients and advice today and the patient doesn't necessarily follow that advice, doesn't necessarily come back to see me again, like i ask them to do. and then sadly they develop a severe illness and they come back and see me and say, well,
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the doctor found it. my argument back would be, well, you didn't come back to me like ask you to or you didn't do the things that i asked you to. nonetheless, i will have to go through the process of calls. i just think this is a really tragic case. and i wish you had never come to court. i wish the evie had got the help and the assistance she needs. but there is something rather bizarre about somebody saying, i mean this is a sensitive why. i wish you would never been born till had we this our england is facing well, one top surgeon described as the country's biggest ever cancer catastrophe. we'll have more than that story in just a few months with kaiser's financial survival guide. when customers go buy, you reduce the price now,
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well, reduce a lower standard product, but what's good for food market back here to the global economy. ah said, then i have to say that the stand, the criteria in germany for many years has been compatibility with public opinion. those politicians pass has come to 10th. we act in line with what people expect from them, but and public opinion is produced or shaped by mass media, that those are shaped by journalists, most german journalists are sympathizers of the social democrats of the green. therefore, as long as of course you written on social democratic policy projects, you parents as a competent leader with
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ah, welcome back, the new o me chrome strain of cove, it's now been detected in 38 different countries. that's according to the world health organization, no deaths if he had been reported due to this particular mutation. the recent data suggests the virus is spreading twice as fast as the previous delta variate. in while south africa, where the new strain 1st emerged, the sing record daily cobra infections, the low vaccination rate of the country has started to pick up in recent days, jobs are widely available, but less than half the i know population is still been inoculated on corresponding policy a spoke with vaccine experts in the south african capital. people don't know what this on the crown is, especially because sciences haven't confirmed conclusively what the side effects
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are. so we are getting a lot of people coming through out of fear, especially in our older population. you know, people who are regent, 7 seas and 8 sees we see them quite anxious to get they booster. and so they, as i would say, traffic due to fear of the unknown, the is a concern that the vaccines aren't working, but i always say to them, remember, last year, how many patients we had in hospital in icu use, how hospitals almost, that's a converts every ward, and so many i see you and student that ye, ours compared to now people are still getting contracted with covered, but it's manageable. so we are seeing numbers going up. but in terms of how severe the reaction is to the virus it's unlocked, listened. this is a private explanation fainter, which means it is well we thought and full of information, a far cry from many of the destination santa's in the poor locations here in south africa. where there's a lack of resources and people don't have the kind of information that they have here, hadn't been here 6 months ago. it would have been
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a very different story. but in the last 6 months, you've had in july and race across the country. and in november, you had municipal elections. following those 2 mess events, you now have a situation in south africa where almost everybody knows somebody who has contracted coverage. you need to realize that everything that we do will be a precautionary measure, so that we can control and help save a good, a good number of them. i tried to, i said he needs also take an actual parts in that we won't find chewing solutions immediately. i just kind of funny here what's going on in the world. you realize that if you don't put on the effort, someone else might have to die for you. so i just decided i'm going to protect people and you come and get my vaccination, then we need to get that immunity going and, and yeah, the boosters and the vaccines work sales as shall, unless and with in south africa, specifically with known that vaccination people are not in hospitals,
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on ventilators, it's mostly unvaccinated. of do you feel that they'll do more of your videos? your spoken? i am still going to be the last one coming so. so if i'm fascinated, i'm also, you know, positively to physically. i'm jimmy little. so i'll be no strong in my body. this is south africa, 2nd christmas and a lockdown december. it's also the main holiday season, which has like many here, are concerned that with the ongoing international travel band, just what the impact on the economy will be. and whether or not they'll ever get to spend a christmas with a loved ones, policy or r t, johannesburg, south africa. more than 700000 potential cancer cases have been missed in england during the pandemic house, according to a government watchdog report, a leading search. it says that the funding reflects the country's biggest ever cancer catastrophe. report also found that one in for cancer patients have been on waiting lists for months and of the 60000 missed their 1st treatment because of log
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downs and the threat of cove. it, the report recognizes that the government's releasing extra funds to fight the problem, but medic still warn, it's nowhere near enough. the national audit office report shows who are in the middle of the biggest cancer catastrophe ever hit the n. a chess. there is a deadly cocktail of delays across the board, a regional lottery of cancer inequality and to growing cancer backlog. and it feels like the government and in a chest leaders have their heads in the sand. where we have contacted their nature single of a comment. the spokesperson with this the statement earlier admitting the extra demands of treating corona virus victims had affected the ability to provide routine and non urgent care. while simon clark microbiologist says that it all points to some difficult months ahead for hospitals. i yeah, that the number is far too high. it is surprising, but it's not surprising. we should have a backlog mold throughout the cave. it saga, which is lasted well for, for well,
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every year. and i was unable to deal with his normal case loads. and arguably could have been even worse without the locked downs. so those cases are just going to mount top it's, it's still going to be a critical issue. the winter is always pi times the lead. and i can see us having, if not disastrous time, this week probably won't be disastrous. it will be tight because he's news and we've got these crap, this kind of a backlog. some cancer centers did manage, it was difficult. it was not easy. and of course, there are questions about infrastructure. so regional cancer center, for example, may have better infrastructure and better ability to type a more local center. so it's not always straightforward, but it can be done. the white house is blaming a surgeon lawlessness in the us. on the pandemic prestige and sac, he,
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when questioned about recent mass looting highlighted cove. it is a key factor when a huge group of criminals organizes themselves and they want to go lu, pay store, and nordstrom, a home depot, and tell the shelves are clean. you think that because i think a root cause in a lot of communities is the pandemic. yes, jen sac. his remarks comes, a new survey of retailers found 70 percent of experienced in increasing crime in the last 5 years or in the past month. mass looting has devastated stores in a number of states. something some are blaming on the rise of the de fun. the police movement is a look back at some of that recent losing ah,
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retired police officer dominic his i says that the search has nothing to do the pandemic and as related to bail reform, he added, he sees the de fun, the police movement is being the public's emotional response when they don't understand the use of force by offices, just embarrassing that they're not admitting what it is, it has nothing to do with co, but it hasn't been do a bell reform and then releasing criminals right back on the street, not prosecuting properly has nothing to do a call, a defined the police movement is an emotional response for any time that the public doesn't understand when use of force is needed, right? you have unarmed either black americans or whatever the case is shot by police and before an investigation is done, the civil rights activists come in and claim police misconduct. so we already have a situation where emotions are high. the voter thinks the emotional voter thinks is that who this is defining the police, which means we're going to get rid of the cops on our streets. and then let's replace them with the social workers or other people who are better trained and
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equipped to deal with emotional issues on the street. when you start to have that mindset, well then you're, you're looking at police negatively. so already the immoral, the criminal who are out there, feel that they've got the backing of the public. well, i don't have to obey the law. i can break the law because there's already this massive movement defined the police, which means they're going to side with me. it's a mindset of it's okay for us to do this. and we're going to act like criminals because nothing's gonna happen to us. as one is facing a crime wave, america is also suffering from soaring inflation. the americans are blaming the, by the ministration for that 20 percent. say poor leadership is the country's biggest problem. democrats are among them to with some even quitting the party and others switching sides, breaking it all down for us is kellum open. apparently, it's not only working families throughout america who are disappointed by the biden administration's handling of several crises. it's also members of biden's own
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democratic party, some like the former spokesperson for the washington d. c. mayor. have decided to switch over to the republicans hispanic and also black eyes. i should be democratic by default, but i'm going against their narrative and i feel like right now, everything is crumbling for the democrats biden is completely destroying the economy right now and people can feel it in. so that's what's happening in washington dc. now washington, d. c is a city that is pretty solidly in the democratic camp. democrats sometimes even get 90 percent of the vote in elections. no wonder democrats as far away as texas are switching sides. friends, something it's happening in south texas, and many of us are waking up to the fact that the values of those in washington d. c. on not our values, not the values of most texans, the ideology of to funding the police of destroying the oil and gas industry, and the chaos. our border is disastrous for those of us who live here in south
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texas. in addition to the recent shifts, 19 democrats are set to leave the house of representatives in 2022. that includes 3 committee chair. some are retiring or seeking another office. republicans only need to gain 5 more seeds in the upcoming mid term vote in order to re take control of the house of representatives. and many observers say their chances of doing so are pretty good. some are comparing it to the republican sweep 10 years ago. housed immigrants have more retirements than they did in 2010 when the last 63 seats. it's not only the party that's losing people. kamala harris, the vice president of joe biden, is watching her team implode as well. her spokesperson and her communications director have both decided to quit with reports indicating that there are 2 more aids who have one foot out. the door reports are leaking out about strife between her office and the biden team, and the backdrop to all of this is the joe biden's approval ratings. keep going
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down. the mid terms are less than a year away and the democratic party seems to be crashing and burning. it appears that some in light of the circumstances have decided to jump out of a sinking ship, which might be causing the democrats even more trouble. caleb martin, r t. new york. the democrats are not delivery a clean and simple, and they're specifically not delivering to the people who are responsible for putting them in power, namely indigenous black, brown, asian, and poor white people. they have given this president and his congress a chance to govern, and the results so far have just not been adequate enough. we have not seen a protection of voting rights. we have not seen police reform. we have not seen action on climate change. i think that people are rightfully letting this administration know based on the approval ratings that more needs to be done and very, very quickly. or there will be electoral consequences. any other things i turn around
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and i do very, very quickly where people can start to see the trajectory of it going upwards in their favor. they're going to respond with their boats and the democrats could be wiped out. ok, that brings up today. don't forget, last one, you stories covered for you on a website, you can check them out simply by heading to oxy dot com. showing me every 1st on the alex simon. so i'll be speaking to guess of the world politics sport business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. ah, that breaking toil forced labor
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and you as a merge we don't have with the we don't on the back seat whole world leads to take action and be ready. people are judgment. common crisis with we can do better. we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way, but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great. the response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we are in it together with ah
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