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like that, and that's partly because it sorts of enshrined in their political ethos that only thing that matters is the bottom line. and the corporations have only one responsibility and that is to their shareholders. and the only responsibility is to maximize the partner. well, clearly in a civilized place, corporation should have a responsibility to protect the environment, to make sure that those in society least able to look off to themselves are looked after. that there's a safety net and so on that we educate our children and so on. and so on, and so those are the important things of those should be the responsibility of the corporation just as much as they're supposed to be the responsibility of a government that represents the people that doesn't happen. and again, i'm not, i'm not saying that this is only the and i said, so it's just, i live here, i see,
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see the homeless and on the streets every, every day when i'm in the city. so you see it happening before your very eyes and see how call them you see the people all around me not being able to make the sums add up at the end of the month because of inflation. and because of that, and because the ruling class fight to keep their wages at the lowest possible level that they're are they still arguing about $15.00 an hour? oh my goodness, i cannot imagine trying trying to live on 15 bucks and how could anybody possibly do it? it's impossible. sandwich cost $15.00 is crazy. anyway, i, as i say, i wanna know a can't go on knocking. it's just that i live here. so i see it, you can see it yet. it, it hurts you. can i just ask as, as a, as a final question, once, what makes you put yourself in the firing line like best, if,
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if you quit in your pocket and you're a music alleging your icon to many, you could live a nice, comfortable life. what makes you keep questioning? keep probing, despite the obvious heat that comes your way in return. i've told this story more more times than i can remember. i will tell it once more. so pay attention a. my mom, when i was 13 years old and i was struggling with something or other that i was trying to make a decision about. she said what, what is it? what's, and i told her what it was. and she said, listen to me carefully now, and i said, as she said, all your life, you're going to struggle with weighty questions. probably if you care about anything at all, when you do his my advice, read, read, read, read, read, find out as much as you can, about whatever the question might be. okay?
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and listen to all sides of the argument. ok, barbara, when you've done that, you've done all the heavy lifting your work is of but, but i, when she said the next pet is very easy, very easy, roger. and well, what's the next bit mum? and she said, do the right thing. ah, i feel quite emotional. even saying that now, i mean, she's been dead for 15 years. but my mom said that to me when i was 13 years old and i would say to anybody or any child or young adolescent or anyone really breed read. and when you've done a let do the right, thus will i try and do is the right thing. so talking to you today on our t, although it's going to come back and bite me in the ass, i couldn't get enough. you know, why?
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because it's the right thing to do and to go on making a noise, as long as i have a voice. and as long as i have breasted my body, i will continue to do this. i will never stop for your is love hearing for you on hearing your views on all that a we so appreciate your time today. you've been more than good roger waters finding member lyricist principle compose and create a force behind pink floyd. many thanks sir. thanks brother. ah ah, the 2nd world war i think 2 millions of people. during the conflict,
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the balance of power was held by the leaders of 3 nations. the united kingdom, the united states, and the u. s. s. on march the 31st. 1945. a british royal air force plane lands in crimea with a very important passenger, the british prime minister's wife, clementine churchill, both by daughter katara. yes, bill preposition. she assures me you see you, you believe was clinical the finish. yes. yes, panella should the shuttle or a clover stuff. secret service is historian, explains why that unusual visit took place. hon at washing litigation,
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the ration inertia or she a few don't ask, but he's pushing up idea enough. lisky things jeremiah. unless of the allow form for michelle for your school, so you'll have to ask you, who did you need your if it's willie blocker, daughter, the citizenship. clementine churchill became the 1st financial donor. mm. the fund eventually raised a total of more than $9000000.00 pounds. sterling but to sum up center with national and i buy kimberly miller, the notice possession which you should you before by then you have cut, you could've been cute of top manager. i'm bringing my to her prostate for jack or boucher. i thought of when you might have the key, we're still saying yes you. so usually she shared to the company time. what was moralist? you've been a boss unit wife coming here, mom clementine, chill chill undertook a 42 day tour of russian cities
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when she brought medical equipment for red army soldiers. ah, she made chocolate factory workers and brought gifts to schools and children's homes. ah. and in this unique footage, she needs pioneers at the famous tank childrens camp. ah, she more my have come by beauty and the love be to started got out of doors, because i realized i should do for miss kazora. because my 1st constraint mm. the soviet government awarded clementine churchill, the order of the red banner of labor and the gold badge for excellence in sanitary defense may. 9th, 1945,
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the british prime ministers. why celebrated victory day in moscow? do you have to buy a dose to meet you? cheers your poor either you have our brush. it's a spray of some sort of not, although i don't flip a video, you want out of my myth that what blessed freddy f camaro the ah lean while husband winston churchill was planning in operation unsinkable britain and the united states eventually planned to use 12 remaining german divisions to a tank. the ussr on july, the 1st 1945. so if you're on the matter model, the mature of each school or a suit or you pena what the keyword schwarzenegger would be, the character suddenly stood on the blue be motion. the problem, so if you say use it to her that you would come to give to rich blood by new
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brought you face to run the bmw winston churchill, british prime minister, army reservist journalist, writer artist and nobel laureate, and richard, john churchill. his father was a descendant to the duke of marbra. his mother was the daughter of a prominent american financier, churchill, graduated from the royal military college, but never received a higher education. he was a bit of a trouble maker. he did not go to university. he did not want to, i think he cause some trouble at school, but it was a very good school harrow, a former british diplomat also william melanson is well acquainted with winston churchill, his biography, or the greatest britain ever. according to a b. b. c poll, he started a military career actually in cuba. he was actually fighting for spain against
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the rebels in cuba. and then he was in india. he then went of saddam was even at the battle of om doorman and he saw serious military action. he was in the boer war fighting, and he was actually imprisoned and escaped. more than that, he also enlisted during the great war, what we call the 1st world war churchill. i was also a romantic figure. he wanted to be a great war leader, large shoes, or largest famous forebear. the daughter marlborough bull craig roberts, is a former assistant treasury secretary for economic policy in his rising. he analyzes the factors that lead to world war 2. churchill had gone into the war seeking power. was avenue the true, the prime minister ship? mm. yoseph is ariana bitch starlin original named joe gut,
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feeling the son of a shoemaker and a peasant woman. he had rule the country since 1922. if you look objectively at the achievements of the soviet union during stollins period, you would have to say that they were tremendous. social welfare benefits were provided to the soviet population of medical care education, living standards, new professor grove, a 3rd, ph. d, at montana state university in new jersey is well known for his work on soviet history and politics. he was a major political figure, certainly one of the most prominent political leaders of the 20th century. but at 1st the allies treat uncle joe as style and is referred to in the west with arrogance. the soviet leda was from
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a low social background and had been through prisons and exile. stalin rose from the lowest of the ranks. he in fact named himself, stalin, which means man of steel. scott bennett, the counter terrorism specialist and former u. s. army analyst is well versed in the complex history of us soviet cooperation. and the 2nd world war years you have stolen rise up and quite an effective leadership role under, under war 2 and counteracting the german advances. franklin delano roosevelt. the 32nd you as president, lead the country from 1933. to 1945, franklin roosevelt came from an extraordinarily wealthy family of very high elite socialite family, dating back to the 1600s. the roosevelt family. the delano family were
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old money that had built their fortunes in merchant ah, ship building other trades. roosevelt was a pragmatist and when it suited american interests was prepared to cooperate with the soviet union. it was under his rule that you, a soviet diplomatic relations were established in 1933. franklin delano roosevelt is recognized by many in the american historical and academic and political ranks as one of the greatest for term presidents in history. the only president to ever sir. 4 terms, in fact, for his work in resuscitating the united states after an economic depression that occurred after the fall of the stock market in the 19 twenty's. the big 3 is how the allied 2nd world war leaders were known. they had different personalities, were from very different backgrounds and had opposing views,
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each defended their own peoples and ruling classes, interests that best, di, indigo, shifted to men, chide krista, thank up as ne oh, in his books and on lot. so who has a ph. d. in history, so really analyzes the events of world war 2. as why our asked smiling the shift to the main check dash, i enjoy has been place in creek fiendish clamp to the start mench dunbar in dinner for she does a shaft on 40 dish. oh no one hush. hush molly guy. i swam no. yes, she got shown an ispa painter chapter. ah, officially world war 2 began when german troops at tank,
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poland. on september the 1st 1939. but re shaping the world has started long before that 900. 38 austrian angeles. the invasion of czechoslovakia and its partition by germany, poland, and hungary czechoslovakian allies, great britain and france, are accused of betraying it for the sake of peace with nazi germany. poland and hungary took part in the partition of czechoslovakia. some in europe felt at poland, had enthusiastically taken part in the roguery and destruction of the check. a slovak state u. s. president roosevelt had no objection to either the austrian
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angeles or the partition of czechoslovakia. the united states had no desire to interfere in europe's conflict. the world was sliding into a major war, but churchill and stolen was the only the politicians who seemed to know it. close to the prison. well guaranteed or drop off su, 4 white gift don't justly put your posse. you for your ski horse contractual like you know for sure. because she choo, westcott, unify. you daughter, jim sama, washington rudolph slave war. your british school say years ago. dilution were visible, boucher to what i still cared about. bullet dornbush flowing can general school boost. the soviet author was in a thanked, ignored, events took their courses. if soviet russia didn't exist for that, a heavy price would soon be paid. in munich, britain and germany signed a mutual non aggression pact that was the culmination of the policy to appease
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hitler. ah, i have brought you peace. prime minister chamberlain probably tell the british people on his return from munich church hills reply we have sustained a total unmitigated defeat. ah, those are the features which marked an improvident stewardship for which great britain and france how dearly to pay churchill beak realised on. and he was alone in the british leadership that this policy of what's called appeasement. in all encouraging hitler. ah, had been a big mistake. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy,
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even foundation, let it be an arms race group is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk me. it was clear to churchill, the redrawing. of european borders had begun. wall was inevitable. but as he wasn't a cabinet minister, he couldn't change anything much later. churchill, right? those were the, he is my desolate solitude. the situation in munich was also noticed in the united states. some often said that hitler must have false chamberlain at gunpoint, france and england have concluded a shameful peace. march
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1939. the soviet union had a proposal for the western countries to form an anti fascist, blocked a counter. hitler's intentions dissolved and trying to rally the west. make a stand with them against fascism. they opposed munich. they oppose allowing hitler into czechoslovakia, but nobody would do that. so wasn't just in 1039 when the so be as well proposed alliance. but britain and france against hitler. it had been actually throughout the late last half of the 19 thirty's, one, your cousin acre writer, and professor of history at the american university in washington dc. analyze is the balance of power that developed in pre war europe because our staff had there, we could have prevent a world foretell because hitler was way and no, he would wait. and he was bluffing. and assuming that the west was back in his band,
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up to him at the west, was hoping him any real elements in the west for hopefully that he was just going to go east. so in the thirty's, the soviets are the ones who are most strongly opposed to the nazis. negotiations between the ussr, britain and france to establish an anti fascist blog, reached an impasse because secret british german negotiations were taking place at the same time in return for guaranteeing the integrity of the british empire. bitten off at hitler, freedom of action in the east. for britain to survive, russia had to be sacrificed churchill objects if for instance, mister chamberlain, on receipt of the russian offer had replied yes, let us 3 band together and break hitler's neck. history might have gone a different way. it was clear to stolen that the western
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powers were ignoring his proposals and could no longer be relied upon. and by 1939, almost all of europe had already signed agreements with hitler. 1933 germany, france, britain and italy conclude the full power packed 1934. the bill suit ski, hitler, packed between poland and germany assigned 1935. the naval agreement between britain and germany is concluded. 19, associate. britain, france and italy agree to divide czechoslovakia, the 2 in germany, poland, and hungary. 1939 non aggression treaties assigned between germany, latvia, and estonia. august the 22nd 1939. moscow.
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the soviet commerce of foreign affairs, molotov, and german foreign minister, reuben trump, signed a non aggression pact. the pack made it impossible for nazi germany to form alliances with other states. with these of it on his show for him. done thus, chamberlain on that day should these are fashion tissue. masons are to them. he knew both action angland and frank, right. that i've been mis entity. it tuition and i'm from brown dodge fund. somebody will italian out on it. the united states continued its policy of appeasing imperial japan. the americans held on to the hope that japan would re focus his attention on the ussr. the soviet union did not want to be caught fighting a 2 front war war with japan and the east, and also
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a war of germany in the west. and they knew that the germans were going to attack sooner or later. also, when the british and french refused to form an alliance against germany, wester, sorry, in the polish government, also refused. on january the 26th, 1934 in poland became the 1st european country to conclude unknown aggression treaty with germany. the pill such k, hitler packed along with germany, poland planned to a tank the ussr. poland must not remain idle at this historic moment. the main goal is to weekends and crush russia. but on september the 1st 1939, poland was attacked by germany. russia europe for should gotten good. you good from last lacuna,
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coil out one. yeah. and you brought up of the news before if we have them on i will . our plan was before for ship off with story home book, a group called our street and you will, you toward the movies corner, your wife. you did it with the crushed polish government, please. to england. poland ceases to exist as a state in german occupy poland. the most hideous form of terrorism prevails, more than 15000 intellectual leaders are shot, 300 in one place at another, a group of drunken german officers are said to have shot 70 hostages. $130.00 thanks, 12 or 13 year old boys. a butchered and just 3 weeks later, stone incense, his army into poland, which is lost. sovereignty,
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england, a bronze, sympathize with the introduction of soviet troops. it was vital for the soviet union to push the german army as far west as possible to buy time and gather forces from all corners of its colossal empire. the mallet of revenue truck packed ended up being a crucial factor in a soviet and ultimately an allied victory. if they hadn't had that extra 2 or 300 kilometers to travel, they might better well have occupied moscow. likewise, it's quite possible that does that. it save leningrad cuz the german armies were very close to lemon grad as well. hitler had already declared that he was gonna kill all the inhabitants of leningrad and destroy the city and give it to finland. the finish leader marshall mannheim was a 100 percent in favor of that. meanwhile,
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honoring his promise to the american people not to get involved in the war, roosevelt passes the neutrality act. during this period, the when is clearly shows hostility to was the soviet union by the spring of 1940 all relations between the 2 countries of frozen the americans remain neutral, which rose about later regretted because he understood this was the time to stop the nazis and the said, the fascist forces lay the 10th 1940 german troops invade france, and in just a month hitler enters paris. most of the country is occupied and the french army is no more or less i with scorsese up by the near france. a boa. holden could be to last or fiance of my chela, but in cpr, isn't that you nor your yet prestige scripts phenomenon in his work don't to have
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historical sciences. alexi is i have a sense is the events of world war 2. here let's go say you was a, if the bullish stepmom glare mimi of lin shy war for poor shane. you bruce puzzled . monsieur, could i not a man tesco's can? yes. nice. sure. so that it's due at the award though, but the most door was more than the previous threshold. so generic were sure glad thorough deals. ah, with these appeasement policy in tatters, prime minister chamberlain is forced to attend to his resignation. on is a 10th 1940 the day germany invades france. winston churchill becomes the new british prime minister. i have nothing to offer but blood toil tis and sweat. you replace chamberlain
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because as it is well known, chamberlain did not want a war with germany. churchill. it appears was at a very different view. he never wavered from wanting and insisting on war or you're pursuing the war with germany. he didn't trust the germans. he didn't trust hitler. he didn't like hitler august. the 13th 1940. the launch is mess. if it takes some but you cities the next night, 80 petition across attack, the or key in riches in
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the us operation blue loss almost 8 months. many british, if he suffer catastrophic destruction. churchill, it is everywhere. a top piles of rubble left by and strikes in factories and hospitals. mm. it gave speeches. works on military plans for his age. constantly 60 sakes, he himself would have rushed into the battle. ah, but england cannot withstand germany alone. churchill asked roosevelt for help. roosevelt had no affection for churchill, he had no trust of the british and fact saw the british has penetrating much of the
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united states state department intelligence agencies, academic institutions, all to more or less influence the united states and government and academia to being much more in the line with the british atlanta assist agenda ah, the united states war is war, but businesses business in return for help. and in exchange, buffalo global one destroyers. the u. s. demands the right to use 8 british military bases in the atlantic. ah, we didn't receive anything from the u. s. that we didn't pay full in $940.00 alone clifton pays the united states 4 and a half $1000000.00 in cash.


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