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[000:00:00;00] a antiquated protests across europe. honesty, international blasts, discrimination against the unvaccinated states impose a harsh measures. we discussed the issue with a panel of guests. we are witnessing a major extra level of, excuse me, nation and a lot of inequalities that go beyond just notions of idiology. i think that's where it just kind of seems to be very this proportion and actually taking away the choice them on the gender neutral language. read health care professional summit wise with a cold could use more inclusive language. a grim start to the year in the us car jacking from transport crime is storing all cunning amid police budget cuts
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with hello and welcome. this is dorothy international and it's just turned to 1 pm here in moscow. it's great to have you with us of a number of daily cove cases, our surgeon in europe with the army kron variance spreading across the continent. but as fast as that is spreading, so it seems of the waves of unrest due to the new restrictions being imposed in some countries. we want to warn you the following images may be disturbing. there are being violent clashes in northern germany where hundreds protested against a possible vaccine mandate that would block people entering indoor venue without a negative cov test, or a job. people sets off fire crackers and at least a dozen were reportedly arrested. officers stopped the protest due to demonstrators flouting mask mandates that while in italy, thousands took to the streets in protest during the weekend is now mandatory there
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for everyone over 50 to get a covey jap, substantially bands the unvaccinated, from using public transport or entering bars. and restaurants, even with a negative cobit test on the international believe the clamped down amongst the discrimination and demand for the government, we think it's policy recently approved. reinforce green pass must be a time limited arrangement, and the government must continue to ensure that the entire population can enjoy their funded mental rights. amnesty international italian asked for alternative measures to allow the non vaccinated population to continue to carry out their work and use means of transport without discrimination across the atlantic, the number of daily co, the cases has reached almost 547000. and that's one of the reasons pulse shows that 59 percent of democratic voters would support a government policy to require unvaccinated americans to remain confined to their homes at all times. except for emergencies. if they refused to take over the
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vaccine, one of the most popular newspapers in the state of utah even published another tauriel asking for such measures to be brought in. were you to a truly civilized place the governess? next move will be to find a way to mandate mass vaccination. going as far as to deploy the national guard to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed. well, anywhere we discussed this issue with a panel of guests who think that if such a policy was introduced, it would create inequality and still not stop the virus from spreading. we are witnessing a major action of discrimination and people are divided into clusters. and what we are witnessing is sort of cold, the ceiling, the war. i mean, i would call it the civil war because we put in bother against, brought up friends against friend all your backs in a to you are not about today to. so the impact on society of adult mario. so those low,
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he's simply devastating and i speak from the point of view of the story and i think it's right for any qualities. people standing in line of the us for 4 hours just to get a job, people having to travel in other parts of the world when they don't have disposable income to do so, all the time to take off from work because most people want to return to normal, that's creating a lot of inequality, is that go beyond just notions of ologies about whether people want to participate in the vaccine drive or not. we already know that the vaccination doesn't stop from having kobinie and i will say doesn't stop me from spreading the wires further. so i think that's where it does kind of seems to be very this proportion and actually taking away the choice of, you know, adults with, you know, particularly under 50 louis, got lots of life experience and i'm pretty sure they're quite responsible people and they should be given the choice,
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the we protect the constitution on their right to move the right to movement is one of the fundamental why to in the constitution, which is a doc or mental positive, right? but it's also natural why to also natural law if you believe in the existence of natural law. there is a why to free movement. and i think is natalie, absolute, but it is also anti got to do chanel and illegal to prevent people from moving. if they are not vaccinated, well, i think we should be really worried about the effect of the public and having these types of movements, particularly, and government started to bring policing into it or military into it. that means that they've given some thought to what may or may not be legal and what may or may not be necessary. but again, i think that if we're, if we're this concerned about coven and listen, i've had 4 shots myself. so it's not that i'm opposed personally to this boat. i am opposed to it is that we don't start talking about keeping other people who are drunk drivers, people who are part of intimate partner violence,
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those. and there are other things in society where we seem to be pretty lenient and for some reason for us to be coming down so hard on this particular case where we're bringing and policing and military. i think we should be very concerned. and having conversations about our liberties and how governments are going against some of our rights that will help organization continue to stress that getting vaccinated is important and vital tool in fighting the pandemic. most of the people in the hospital, any country you take, or any city are unvaccinated. so let's just remember that we have very good vaccines now and we need to use them. we need to vaccinate more people. and it's all in your mind. the study suggests that the side effects of a carpet job may not be caused by the vaccine itself, but by people's expectations. find out more on the story on our website.
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now gender neutral language is being introduced for midwives, nurses, and other professions giving emotional and physical support and parts of britain on the us and some of them are less than keen to get on board. we heard some of the language they're expected to use from isabel melvin at home, but i think attendance the groundwork was set that we no longer use words like woman and mother and it's now the most contemporary thing you can do. the most inclusive thing you can do is use gender neutral language. so language like burning bodies, birthing people, or the person magistrate or people who bleed, chest feeder among those against the shift in language r. u. k based sex, not gender, nurses and midwives, which provides a platform for those frustrated with the new terminology. many health professionals uncomfortable with the language on now working in fear of being ostracized, or even was losing their jobs, isabel at mouth,
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and again say many others are scared of speaking out. for the 1st time i came across the requirements was a do a training in 2016 in brooklyn, new york. and my initial reaction was to go along with it. i couldn't imagine how it would be hurtful to anyone because i was told that it was modern language. it was inclusive language and we wouldn't want to make anyone feel bad. i think the biggest problem is that there is a material consequence. so pronouns, for example, do not exist in a vacuum. it unfortunately leads to a lifetime of part of pharmaceutical dependence. kind of trans humanist future body dissociation putting children on puberty blockers, right? the pronouns and the language capture is part of the bigger picture, which is, you know,
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dissociation from our flesh being beans from our material. reality. if people are being threatened, many, many women have come to me who have either been fired or left their jobs because noncompliance is, is not, is not tolerated. i was unwilling to go along with the compulsive speech. and what that looked like for me was, you know, off being ostracized by my, you know, new york city birth and post partum to look community for the new year is getting off to a rocky start in america with new york merit missing even he fails unsafe on the city subway to stays off the down, playing concerts, felt by many and the big apple we're going to make sure new york is feels safe in our subway system and they don't feel that way. now. i don't feel that way when i
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take the train every day or when i'm moving throughout our transportation system. it comes with crime, continue to rise in major cities around the us like in chicago, where contracting has increased by more than a 3rd compared to the same time last year on the spike in cost. that's, that isn't confined to that city alone. ah ah, ah. there are few things that sound more terrifying than car jacking. adding some one, remove you from your vehicle at gunpoint and then drive away. but this alarming trend is on the rise across the united states. in 2022,
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there had been over 90 carjackings in the u. s. city of philadelphia and january isn't even over yet. now on 3 of those occasions, drivers pulled out their legally owned firearms and shot the attempted car jackers driving through the streets of america, starting to sound like the wild west. one woman in chicago was carjacked twice within just a few days. new york city carjackings more than doubled over the past year with 20 of them happening so far, just this month. fear is spreading throughout the city. i mean, it's all out of control. you know, people don't want to come back into the city. so there's gonna be less population which causes all this. and, you know, people gotta come back, people gotta get going with life again. but i understand it's scary, right? maybe it is new mayor. he carries a gun himself, right. what does that say? oh, i heard something about a da who wanted to get rid of the minor crimes and let them go unpunished. are these a big mistake? i travel from jersey. okay. even jersey and i say, come from jersey, come to from elizabeth to here. is toggle when sad,
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the system here. every day. i got a, you know, worry about my life, you know, traveling coming from dirge to new york. it's terrible. the subways are not exactly a safe alternative. a woman was recently pushed to her death by a homeless man at the time square subway station. the mayor has off with reassuring advice you yorkers are safe on the subway system. i think it's about 1.7 percent of the crime scene, new york city to occur on the subway system. what we must to is remove the perception of fear. sure. you can remove the perception of fear, but you can't ignore in dire statistics. overall subway crime is up by 65.5 percent . residents do not feel safe at all. it's not safe. i take the subway every single day. there is no police presence. i think it's really terrible. i can only imagine how scared those people my thing, like i said, were their quotes asking me to task war, rested you with with that pressure you always in the subway. needful is in the
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subway as definitely go myself. i had an attack myself coming to work and from work i got a thing, but crime can strike anywhere. a woman was stabbed to death in an upscale furniture store in los angeles. her greeting father spoke up blaming the soft on crime approach of some politicians. we have a lot of politicians that somehow forgot about people. i think the key to getting elected is the sup, pulled the lowest rung of our society and to give them rights. and somehow that's the answer to getting votes. let the police do their jobs. go back to the constitution. ah, there's, there's a lot of issues i have with certain law methodology to policing. but if you let police officers do their job and get rid of this fear that they're going to do their job, then they're going to wind up being the next you tube sensation. because a department leaks 30 seconds of a body camera footage, instead of the entire thing, then you're gonna see a massive a change in culture of criminality and citizens safeness the public also has to do their ability. they're their responsibility in their part to understand the yes, it works both ways. you know, the whole innocent until proven guilty,
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which is what our society operates on. that applies the law enforcement. you let the investigations deal be completed before any judgement and pass. now i understand we've a long way to go. there's a lot of departments out there that don't want to release information that don't want to work with citizens that are the only chicago when we had the body camera beckoned to, i believe was 20, are 18 that wasn't released. we have to do a better job in working with the citizens, but the same time to the citizens you to do their job and actually support law force like you say they do with rising crime across the united states in the new year. many americans are blaming liberals and they're defined the police policies. others are blaming economic crisis and the lack of opportunity. regardless of the cars, americans are simply not feeling safe. caleb marvin r t new york to london now where the defamation trial of guardian journalist coul cad wallader is under way in 20. 19 she claimed a multi millionaire breaks it back. a had links to the russian government during
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the you case withdrawal from the european union. and he is mike garcia, takes the closer look at their son to other cases, when russia's been a convenient scapegoat. we have reached a point mold past the absurd we. we left that behind a long time ago where anything that happens and someone doesn't like it, that had happened well. and gets blamed a russia absurd was roughly when they claim that that trump was a russian agent. ludicrous was when american officials began literally blaming their headaches on russia. and of course, there was breaks it the best explanation for which seemed to be putin. iron banks has been dug my repeated accusations in close links with russia. the parallels between the russian intervention and bridget and the russian intervention, the trump campaign, appear to be extraordinary breaks. it is now being pinned on russian interference with all of these parties were engaged in an anti european project. right?
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probably funded with rush and money. aaron, bank, the guy who comes with nigel for, i'd look into his panama favorite presidents and policy since axes and businessmen all got the russian agent treatment from kenya west to robert de niro. there's also a british millionaire who became an honorary russian agent because he donated to bricks it. when none of the russian government offered money to iron banks and none gonna even gone into the lies that iron banks has told about his covert relationship with the russian government. i see helene about his contact of the russian government because he did. this is a god's in contributor, who for troubles ended up in court for, for libel nova, that tweet which she later deleted and for that phrase, during a ted talk, she had previously said this was an attempt to silence her. an attack and journalism pointing to the fact that banks has a russian wife,
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would she claims sizing experts is the red light banks. on the other hand says he just wants her to stop making things up for russia. asians forms to way to for the chair, for president putin, for the alleged money if it was the case. but now coastal carol cad wallader has since dog back. she posted an apology to miss the banks, but, but still claims her reporting was of utmost public interest and 22nd of october 2020. i twitter that aaron had been found to have broken the law. i accept, he has not ever read making this full statement which i have deleted it, and i take not to repeat it, i apologize to our and for the upset and distress caused. now cad wallader claims in court the and she never meant that he took the kremlin money will that the kremlin offered him money, or she meant this. he had extensive ties to the russian state, and that the public should have known about it. mister banks, this agrees, banks has told the court that had extensive relationship amounted to
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a drinking session and g and lunch with the russian ambassador in london which, which hundreds of lull, if not thousands of people have done. he also says that these made up allegations have hurt his and his children's lives. he also said his sons had heard from their teachers and fellow school peoples that he was involved with the russians, and that a man had thrown a drink at him in public while accusing him of being a liar and selling his country down the river. carol now says that she was only repeating what other media outlet said, but other media outlets say that they were quoting her it's, it's like a closed loop of irresponsibility. but carol also has a reputation, even amongst her colleagues, one of infatuation with blame in russia. i have read many of her unsourced unsubstantiated claims of amazement that they were ever published for years. she has pumped these claims about russian agents and russian money throughout our body
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politic and the process. she has not only attacked individuals, but every member of the british public who vote if it breaks it in 2016. her story keeps evolve it as the court case drags on her latest defense, as the banks might have been used and exploited by the kremlin. much to her is as reasonable. after all, he does have a russian wife, which i, today's journalism standards is apparently enough to mess up someone's life. coming up nato states, boost military support to ukraine's tensions grow with moscow. we'll break down that story for you after the break. ah . join me every thursday on the alex
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salmon show when i was reading the guess on the world politics sport business, i'm sure business. i'll see you then. mm. oh. driven by tremendous shaped by thinkers and those with dares things we dare to ask for the bible ministration. is under water in just about every way. is this due to bad policies or bad messaging? maybe it's both. there's also an important question. yes,
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presidents come and go. but elite and special interests remain very powerful. are they a threat to the mars? ah, welcome back. the u. s. secretary of state antony blinkin house just arrived in ukraine in a show of support that comes in at height and tensions between moscow and the west of ukraine. marshes. embassy in the us, the stress that russia has no intention of attacking anyone. we stress once again, russia is not going to attack anyone. the practice of moving troops on our own soil is a sovereign right. we call for an end to the stereo, so is not to pile on tensions around the down this problem. and most importantly, not to push hot heads and t of towards new provocations. the pentagon announced earlier that it had information showing that russia was preparing a provocation in the dumbass region to be used as an excuse to begin a military attack against ukraine. the kremlin denounced these claims as entirely
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unfounded or just by the constant denials on the lack of evidence. the mainstream media has been keen on running with the pentagon claims the new york times cited an unnamed official claiming mosca was pulling embassy staff out of key of a head of invading ukraine. nemo nato state. so boosting the military support the key as with a batch of british anti tank weaponry. recently, touching down in ukraine landing claims, the system is strictly defensive in nature. while us allies, including sweden, are reinforcing military positions near russian borders. and the pentagon has confirmed that its instructors will remain in ukraine. a geopolitical analyst we spoke, he believes that such a military build up cannot be seen as purely defensive. this can only be viewed. this was plying more and more weapons into a ukrainian military. do it at the time when tensions are being wretched up in the west. this can only be translated as
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a provocation. and so this is extremely dangerous. politically, though they're in desperate straits and in the u. s. u. k and france and this conflict or anything even approaching a conflict, even the threat of a conflict would dominate the headlines for months, perhaps, and it would be the ultimate distraction. i think these governments would benefit from the, on the west led by the u. s. and u. k are very interested, ah, possibly and seeing something, at least approaching a conflict. and in order to a justify a roll. a rolling the ukranian, a state into the nato alliance set up, but also breathing new life and purpose, into nato as an organization, which is a declining in its sort of purpose, really for many years now. and it's, it's gone so far away from its original treaty in history seems to have passed it by and now it seems to be desperate to justify its existence. so that's an
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incredibly dangerous situation that we find ourselves in. french environmentalist saw sounding the alarm at a time to extend the paris metro system a fair, a project to relieve me to a congestion. and i, the crowd of public transport endangers the local ecosystem. and, and establish 1st cholenski takes up a sty this forest on the eastern edge of paris is a breath of fresh air. but according to environmentalists, it soon could be the site of a massacre. so hob jenny, be done. what will the consequences of this destruction be? why? because we're talking a lot about the trees, but there also certain species of animals which will never come back. let's take a robin, a bird that everyone knows when it can't find a suitable environment. it keeps going further and never returns. of course, you can always replant trees, but the animals that were here will not return maple put plans to extend
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a vital transport link would see part of the city's largest public park chewed up by a tunnel boring machine that could see the deforestation of around 20000 square meters, the activist said that could cause a reversible damage. now, beauty that it is as a tree stores 25 kilograms of c o 2 per year. i'm a cherry tree and i'm not even talking, but one that's 100 years old. here there are thousands of trees. imagine that to morrow, we're going to say to you, we're going to replant $23.00 times more. we're going to replant what some samplings online petition against the extension of the metro. he has already gathered more than 60000 signatures involved. so in the area around the forest, most people we spoke to were concerned about the ecological impact. it would have knowledge to separate the move could be good, but if it is to cut out part of the blood of incense, i think is not the best thing to do. i think they're trying to minimize things by saying that they are going to plant trees, but from the moment we're destroy
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a part of the biodiversity and life of the blood of incense. it is not easy to restore that glucose group, given the environmental situation. i find the action to be a negative one, especially since there's no shortage of metro in paris results. so cutting down for you for 3 stations is a bit silly, especially since we could find other means of transport such as bosses uncle didn't work. the company charge of the project has also tried to reassure residents, said it would compensate for the deforestation by replanting zone 3 times larger than that's that being destroyed. but that doesn't wash with activists. i'll redo mash. what upsets as is there are alternatives which seemed to us to be neglected. the main alternative, which is absolutely clear to see, is that there is an already existing tunnel which has been there for decades. why can't it be used this tunnel that exists? even if it means broadening and extending it, why is that
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a massacre of an oak forest which has been here for a 100 years? a public inquiry will now be held to determine whether these trees, some of which have stood here for over a 160 years, will continue to grace this corner of the french capital or not charlotte, even ski, r t y devonne. so paris, i forget you can have your say on the day stories by following guys on social media and leaving all your comments that battle for me today. but andrew farmer will be here with the latest headlines and about those in l. look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except where such order to conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence. and the point obviously is to
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trace truck, rather than fear i would like to take on various job with artificial intelligence. real seminary with a robot must protect its own existence with a raw when all 3 just don't hold any rules that is yet to see out. this thing becomes the applicant and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves world warren, we choose to look for common ground so
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called enhanced interrogation techniques used by the u. s. officials were basically designed as techniques to break down the human mind. if you force a human being to stay in a certain position doesn't take very long to the pain involved to become absolutely excruciating, but nobody's lean finger on you. you are doing it to yourself. we started adopting those techniques when i was stationed in mosul. among them were stress, positions, sleep deprivation, inducing hypothermia. there's already beginning to be evidence that these old techniques are now being used on immigrants and children, whatever you do or more comes home. nobody has been held accountable for the torture that happened in the past and the moral authority,
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the made america leader sucker fudge of the shimmer of effective interrogation. ah, with hello and welcome to cross stock were all things are considered. i'm peter lavelle . the bible ministration is under water in just about every way. is this due to bad policies or bad messaging? maybe it's both. there is also an important question. yes, presidents come and go. but elite in special interests remain very powerful. are they a threat to democracy? ah, cross talking elite control, i'm joined by my guest island by neat ski in new york. she's a journalist and
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a commentator in fairfax. we have daniel mitchell. he is chairman at the center for


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