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ah, a refusal of a number of western countries from having normal cooperation has already hit millions of europeans provoking a real energy crisis. we're putting that uses that way, so provoking energy, payoffs among its citizens, jude to it's refusal to trade with russia. also, i had on the program as german officials, warren reserves will only last until the often the russian gas supplies are cut. and some members know, returning to coal, we debated the prospects and realm of occasions of the flock cutting itself all from brushing energy. you cannot run an economy like the european economy based on these faith based energy policy. of course,
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the government is shutting down the economy, what they do, and very aggressive policy. that is ideology driven on to run a 1000 ukrainian marines reportedly surrender to russian lead forces in march as members of kiana nationalists battalions, fleet the battle ground in the key don't most city r t follows russian troops as they see suspected rough goals is one such suspect he was found apparently sneaking nationalist position, most likely fight with from moscow to the world. this is our t pleasure to have your company today. my name's you know, the russian defense ministry has a 9. the,
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the of mario ball has been fully cleared. the nationalist, the printing age off battalion more than $1000.00 marines. defending the port are reported to have surrendered. the ministry also claim sabotaged. attempts on strikes by you. brilliant troops and russian territory have intensified the m o. d has warned if they continue, strikes will be made on decision making centers, including no vladimir putin has worn. that's russia can easily redirect as energy exports the countries that need them, the president other doubt, while western countries are suffering from rising prices and inflation. moscow has quotes alternative options at any of those that wouldn't the phone number to the refusal of a number of western countries from having normal cooperation, including russian energy resources, has already hit millions of europeans provoking a real energy crisis. this is also reflected in the us prices and inflation is
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rising everywhere that isn't precedent for these countries. and of course we also face problems, but we have alternative options and new opportunities are opening up for us. as for oil, gas and coal, we will be able to increase their consumption in the domestic market, stimulate and deep processing of raw materials, as well as increase the supply of resources to other regions of the world to where they are really needed. meanwhile, the head of germany's federal network agency, which overseas the countries energy needs recently claim. if russian gas supplies are cut by berlin, germany's reserves will only last on till the autumn. we discuss the prospects of europe's future. we are fight russian energy supplies with a panel of guests. economy's collapse, unemployment rises, supply chains is integrated and drops down to get empty. the germany
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will not be able to make up for this in the short term. and therefore, the only way is to actually keep importing russian energy as should the government decide not to do that, then of course, the government is shutting down the economy. so you're imposing a tax on your society by moving from cheap gas to much more expensive gas. so this is a tax that all europeans will pay if this program the of the you and us concocting together will succeed. agenda is to destroy the dominic economy to get inflation high and to increase the dependency on on the us, especially the, the potential for the us to black mayor, germany whenever they want. then they do everything right. what they do and very
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aggressive politics. that is ideology driven and not good for the, for the german people. for the european people, you cannot run an economy like the europe, ian economy based on this faith based energy policy, you have to be grounded in reality. the united states has a limited capacity in terms of it, l. n, g exports. there are fixed number of liquid action facilities. the oil and gas industry will have to really up its production. after having been told for the past year of the biden administration, that they are public enemy number lines and they should have been treated with all for regulatory barriers that prevent them from increasing production. so i don't see how the industry will respond to an administration that has been so
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anti oil and anti gas and anti fracking. they have not a clue how they will manage. this is just the way should be reality. now already shows that these are strategy to do not work, who are not thought grew and it will come to time when the people realize and this time will be very, very shocked me. especially when the, when the energy supply doesn't re, doesn't last anymore. when they need to reach change the anti program and return to rush are and other suppliers to get the gothic. despite they start warnings over its energy reserves, berlin is still seeking ways of completely stopping energy imports from russia, saying it's going to give up on gas in 2 years on coal before that independence from coal can be achieved the fastest by autumn as far as oil is concerned,
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we intend to do that by the end of the year and gas by the summer of 2024. we are currently checking how to create the necessary conditions in order to speed up the process even more germany currently in ports 55 percent of its natural gas from russia. berlin has acknowledged it will be difficult to rapidly remove russian energy sources from its supply chain while the u. s. and the recently announced their intention to boost liquefied natural gas supplies to europe by the end of the year. and a mid wave after wave of sanctions and russia, some of the members of being forced to reconsider their green agenda and revert to using coal. they were to cut the reliance on energy from the east. here's our team, donald quarter. across the european union painful losses for the green agenda and frances recent presidential election, the greens didn't even get the 5 percent needed to reimburse campaigning costs. and in germany,
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a choice between harming vladimir putin and sticking to sacred green principles. spoiler alert, berlin chose the 1st one and decided to return to call so much for what world leaders were saying just a few months ago. countries are turning their back on coal. the end of coal is in sight. on the contrary, coal is returning with a vengeance. why the west is willing to go to any lengths to heart russia over its special operation in ukraine, even if it means playing dirty and replacing russia? natural gas? not with solar panels, not with wind mills, but with dirty old coal. there is a temporary role for coal, which we had hoped would be out of the energy mixed by the end of this decade. but it will stay longer. we will need it until we find alternative sources until the time even the greenest government will not phase out coal, italy, romania, bulgaria, greece, among others are all reviving their call industries, even the world's greenest utility company, or stead is now stock piling. coal,
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however much we hate it, we are very likely going to see a temporary increase in a coal use compared to the trajectory that we have been in. for countries that can't extract enough coal at home, they're already ramping up imports from coal, extracting countries like the u. s. australia and indonesia. $27.00 countries said they would reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 55 percent by 2030, and they're back in the coal mines. it looks like the use head is in the sand at the same time because brussels is telling everyone all as well. what we will do in the next couple of weeks is work towards what i call the re power you initiative. and as part of that, we want to accelerate the energy transition. the core of what i'm offering is a long term strategic relationship that starts with ellen. g. then quickly moves also into renewables, especially hydrogen shipping, american, alan g, across the atlantic to save the environment. really with the environmental harm caused by chilling shipping and re gas defying natural gas. these countries might
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as well just use coal. just ask the experts building even more l n d export terminals would lock in fossil fuel infrastructure and pollution for decades to come. so who wins out from the west? stubborn attempt at spiting moscow. the fossil fuel executives who progressives have hated for the past several decades. cold prices are likely to rise further, as demand increases. oh, how quickly principals are gone with the wind when the west doesn't get its way? well, that's returned to that story. we began the program with the russian defense ministry has announced that the new nazi a's off battalion has been fully cleared from the mario pl. c port bottles for control of the don bow city, rage since the beginning of the war or senior correspondent, murat, gusty of reports from their ukrainian forces surrounded. and mary, you will have begun to crack almost every day. more surrender sometimes and ta, squads and platoons. others shock off the uniforms and try to get out the skies the
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civilians. this is something that happens day and they out here in mary will. civilians or a parent civilians emerge usually in ones or twos. from the unlikeliest places they emerge, they claim to be civilians. but then their stories don't match who they are, they seem you very unlikely to to the local fathers who, who are detained them, who arrest them. usually they are searched on the spot, sometimes stripped to check poor bruises for bruises from rifle butts. as well as full bruises or mugs from heavy bullet proof vests. if you wear them for weeks on end, they leave marks invariably with this will was this always happen? so they're taken away for questioning, and very often it is found that yes indeed, this was a fight to the russian side, have least, and least of those served. the nationalist battalion,
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such as as of battalion here is one such suspect. she was found apparently sneaking near nationalist positions. you're going to lose that found. she raised all manner of red flags, her behavior, her mannerisms, her clothes, her very speech through me, you lose your food. she told us. very, very brave woman merging from the as of steel, industrial complex, which is under the nationalist, she is most likely fighters here. tell us a sniper, the us off battalion, new nazi with alien. the huge lot of women, because women have a quality, generally speaking, of course that they can be very patient. they can sit and watch through a school at the same intersection. for example, for many hours, this is something that you know, has been known for a very, very long time. it only got worse, as she told her story. it was full of holes and inconsistencies. yes,
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i don't have any registration that can't be true. yes, it calm for 25 years. you haven't been registered anywhere. yes, that's right. here are all my documents. i'm telling you you're going to lose that found. it's not worth telling me. even so if you need something boys, just give me a car, please. were you coming from the morgue or the school from them are, but you just said you were coming from the school. i said i was going to find my sister. don't you try to confuse me? you won't be able to confuse me. trust me, everything's fine with my memory. enough, red flags were raised to warrant detaining her. she was driven to a base for further questioning. there we met another man, his story, even more remarkable. another line with you with what happens
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with during questioning, a huge number of images would fall on his food. not the civil last ability lawyer in missouri. baron, written many of them, russian with the meeting because with the city you say your wife downloaded it, my wife downloaded it, maybe it was spam or something. there are many, many more who have been detained, hundreds and hundreds of similar individuals. and every day, more a court as they attempt to escape and circumvent that, mary. you,
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bull disguised. the civilians at priority now is not the glory of ukraine. the 3rd right cool, the arion race, but rather their own personal survival. more i'd guess the have r t from mary you pull me lol! keep saying the leader of the country's largest opposition party. victor medford truck has been detained on the orders of president lensky. for months he had been under house arrest, but managed to escape after russia's operation began with his lawyer, claiming he'd received death threats out his residence. here's what the ukrainian leader had to say about the latest arrest. marcia also believe would see, and i think especially cynical of him to use military come a 5. he tried to disguise himself like such a soldier, such a patriot mister med via truck was placed under house arrest. last you're accused of treason. he denies the allegation, calling it political repression. after the start of the conflict,
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his party was among a number of opposition groups, whose activities were suspended under martial law. president lensky has offered to exchange mister america, took for captured ukrainian soldiers. moscow has yet to comment on the proposal. political commentator john brick mall, believes the arrest this scandalous cyclone, intimidating no, do have a disability go prisoner who mediated publicly on the social media and then propose is to exchange and king and politician against capture the king. and so do you know that change is between? so just that's 2 way exchange and then the political appointment, it's any like takes tone that he, that again underlines the fact that you can, it's not a benefit counseling. there are people in the east wood into a push and people in the west to lean towards the west. and you know that this, but addition that's being put under house arrest before the war. and there was no blood test about that. there's no one there was anything that you can do
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a just the western press go beneath them is just unbelievable. i've never seen that in my life. there is a racism scandal brewing in the u. s. south for a law professor made want seem to have been insulting remarks about higher cast indian women on their country during an interview on fox news. so take, you know, the brahman women who come from india and they're taught that they are better than everybody else because they are rom, a lease. and yet on some level, their country is excuse my language was university of pennsylvania. professor amy walks also came under criticism for suggesting indian and other asian immigrants should either stop complaining about life in the u. s. or get out of the country. she's previously also made controversial comments about black americans, claiming their quote resentful towards western people. professor wax is now under investigation, utter
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a faculty over what's been called her promotion of white supremacist or statement sparked outrage on social networks. neurologist amy waxed ingles out. indian women says brown. women are jealous of american success. i think it's the other way around. some of us indian american doctors do oh paul to make america great health care system you describe. so yeah, we have the right to criticize a to how is this white supremacists don't faculty? she understands nothing about india or indian women for that matter. as an asian american, i have every right to speak up for injustice. that is my patriotic duty, the head of the peninsula foundation, think tank and india essays. professor watches, statements are part of a bigger underlying problem in american society. i think it was, you know, a symbolical, a lot of basically broken on
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business mindset and that needs to be done with scientific work, industrial roles, vitamin lapse in, you know, lots of so i would say that was a statement based on lack of knowledge. if the large number of indian students and the large number of indian sinus students coming to the u. s. u. s. industry relapse the other because funded for that. so she'd better watch on what she's saying. it was still a balance that you found in the, on going on. your plane is the primary reason for such people are
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already, this is something i know it's been reveal the u. s. has officially resettled 12 ukrainian refugees over the past month. that's the spike president biden's pledge in march to allow as many as a 100000 ukrainians into the country, citing the need for family reunions ortiz rachel blevins has been looking at the gap between the promises made the actual reality on the ground. the mining ministrations promise that the us would accept 100000 ukrainian refugees certainly has not become a reality with the latest data showing that just 12 ukrainian were accepted through the united states official refugee program. now the white house is putting the blame on the us legal system as the department of homeland security reveals that nearly 3000 ukrainian crossed over into the united states through the us mexico border. so the question then becomes, is the,
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by an administration planning anything to maybe get it a little bit closer to the goal that it set for itself. while reports are saying that they are looking at some sort of a parole program where refugees would be able to come into the country as long as they have sponsors here in the us. and already advocate through refugees or raising concerns about that kind of a program, noting that it would keep refugees from getting access to certain benefits and protection. they are inventing this new approach to parole, which provides no security, no safety net. and so that's worrying and leaves the applicant at the mercy of the backlog and broken asylum system if they want to stay here permanently. meanwhile, thousands of refugees who are not ukrainian are raising their frustrations and concern as they are trying to gain access to the u. s, and they're fleeing violence from their home countries in latin america. and there's all kinds as the us border patrol has already predicted that there would be a record breaking surge of migrants looking to cross over the us mexico border the
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spring. i think we also do have the opportunity to cross the border. they should let us in because we're also fleeing it's deferent what we're running from, but it's still a war, a war against gangs, given that ukrainian refugees aren't the ones benefiting from us involvement in their country. the question then becomes, well, who is and in order to find that answer, we just have to over to the pentagon, where reportedly they are hosting the leaders from the top a u. s. weapons manufacturers on wednesday, for a meeting where the main subject is making sure that ukraine is supplied with weapons and ready for war for years and years to come. so it appears as though once again, those who aim to benefit off of this complex are the ones who the u. s. government is listening to the people who have the most interesting influence in the direction of the coverage are weapons makers. they have the most direct financial stake in
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the way we cover issues of war and peace. unfortunately, they are interested in more war and less peace when it comes to the mainstream media. their coverage here is not much different. for example, if we look at former ca, director turn defense secretary leon panetta, he used one of his many, many recent appearances on cnn to talk about how the u. s. just is not sending ukraine and the weapon and that no pulling wasn't mentioned. and that i also reportedly have ties to raytheon, which is one of the largest defense contractors here in the u. s. and yet with all of this, talk about the need for the u. s. decide more weapons ukraine. it never is mentioned that this trend of supplying weapons do a country only leaves you instability and chaos which then creates more refugees. and the trillion government minister has arrived on the solomon islands for talks,
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amid concerns encumbered over a proposed security deal between the country and china. the ministers are ready urge the islands pm, not to sign the deal, alleging beijing's presence cut to stabilize, which we have asked solomon islands respectfully, to consider not signing the agreement and to consult the pacific family in the spirit of regional openness and transparency. consistent with our region security frameworks, the solomon islands initiated a security deal with china 2 weeks ago that could allow chinese navy ships and defense forces to be based in the side pacific territory. the move is designed to offer protection for chinese infrastructure investment in the developing nation. wherever critic saying such a deal could undermine australia's position, which is considered the most influential power in that part of the pacific region. in response to the anger over the moves, china's foreign ministry spokesman accused us trillion media of quote,
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smearing beijing through roundness, attacks, seeing it only adds 2 regional tensions expert on the region. joseph gregory mahoney believes australia, aggression in the area is far more apparent than china's i don't think most countries in okay, i would consider china to be aggressive compared with their experiences. with us, we're all stray of the biggest concern is that australia in recent years has become hysterical about china. now this became a keener to in domestic politics. and australia now is in the middle of too close to call national elections. additionally, because the solomons are only 2000 kilometers from the queen's coast. and because australia has pursued an aggressive stance against china, the august canberra worries and might soon have a chinese naval base. it's too close for comfort and china has extensive relations with many countries and has been a lifeline of development and indefinite support for several. and has been either the 1st or among the 1st to respond in times of crises. as we saw earlier this year with the massive volcanic eruption and target,
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the solomons likes the investment from china and appears to be enjoying sea and australian minister. make an emergency run to visit them to appeal against this deal with china. but ultimately, if we talk about aggression, then australia building a nuclear force in the south pacific is incredibly aggressive and stabilizing for these smaller countries that have long paid a price for being out of the way. but may also pay a bigger price for being too close to escape the sort of madness they were once a man to burst johnson should resign over the party. gates scandal about is the opinion of more than half of all those quiz in a new nationwide pool. in the u. k, it comes after police find the prime minister for breaching locked on rules. while his subsequent full apologies have sparked the backlash of chris. you made the rules, you broke your own law, just go to prime minister and the chancellor had insulted the millions of people who faithfully followed the rules. this is a government in crisis neglecting
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a country in crisis. both paris johnson on his chancellor rashid sooner coverage acted calls to resign. a police investigation find they had breached the very coven laws created by their own government, or johnson has repeatedly insisted not all guidance was followed. general secretary of the british communist party, robert griffiths, believes the prime minister is guilty of much more than just the party gates scandal. as with most things, the polish johnson says we can't really take it at face value. give it any great credibility. i shouldn't think he is sorry at all. i don't, i suspect he doesn't even realize gravity. all the offense since he is caused, i suspect he would survive a voter no confidence. quite honestly, there are many good reasons why a bonus johnson should resign or be sacked. i'm afraid this one would probably have
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to come some way down the list between far more serious offenses. and actually, negligence than he is guilty of a trade. british media must be one of the most reprehensible and irresponsible in the world. are media flipped from one crisis to another, from one sensationalized account to another, back on your grade. and of course not will be to the exclusion of the very serious conflicts and issues that really should have some attention. and that is where we leave the news rhonda up for this hour as always thanks for your company and do stick around for more programs beginning in movements. this is more ah
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ah, so i ah, i'm absent retention, you're watching going underground team and i will be back soon with a brand new look despite nato nation in the you, censorship. but until then we'll be showing some of your favorite chose a for season. so far as the u. s. house committee holds a hearing on so called big oil to determine whether the country's largest companies
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are meeting climate commitments. this after the i m. f ones of serious global economic consequences following the russian invasion of ukraine. and as several nations tried to isolate russia from the world economy, with russian oil exports under fire. well, joining me now from chicago's economist, political scientist, professor james robinson of global conflict studies at the university of chicago harris school of public policy. thank you so much. sure. have professor robinson coming back on so away from obviously there was a bombing of yemen this week that the bombing of damascus this week. but there's only one story, obviously, as regards some. well, what's in your title of your um chair, vest ship global. gov, like it is ukraine, given now that it appears mosque, who may be cutting off energy supplies or threatening to. why didn't they just try that? to avenge the 14000 killed him, lou hands can't on yet over the past since since 2014. then they're full.


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