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tv   Keiser Report  RT  January 23, 2018 5:30pm-6:00pm EST

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also used to monitor suspected extremists among the midst of the celeb who faces trial over the twenty fifteen terror attacks stuff held demonstrations side the prison on friday violence broke out. that was. just about as today we have all come here for a strike because discontent is spreading across france the crucial problem is the security of prison personnel on top of that there's the issue of islamic radicals but also it gets in our jails you are not isolated from other inmates. in the way you lucia it's dangerous for us to be around the inmates because for them we are everything they hate for them we are enemies by definition was.
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well at the blockade demonstrations spreading across france charlotte has been following the story for us. we are day number nine this is the second week over a nationwide protests and we have the standard at least seventy prisons are blockading yet again today now they started over a week ago because three security guards at a prison in the north of france were attacked by an inmate a convicted terrorist now since that attack took place in these protests have been happening they have been more assaults of attacks on prison guards in prisons in france heeding to prison guards who were attacked on sunday evening now that the prison guards say that they would is incredibly dangerous they feel is sometimes to go to work they fear for their lives because of the types of prisoners that they dealing with they say that in some prisons like that largest prison in europe that sometimes the inmates refuse to go back to their jails and this is a prison with
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a high number apparently of radicalized inmates so these are just some of the concerns that the security guards have they also say that they are very very understaffed with the suggestion that sometimes in that largest prison in europe there is only one security guard for every ninety inmate now i've been talking to some of the security guards would be lining that other concerns. look for you to go our work is very dangerous where with tins of aggression and. experience violence which is not taken into consideration by the government. it has become more and more difficult for us to act i've seen physical aggression towards my colleagues every day it happens every time we open the doors. we denounce the working conditions of our colleagues in the prison the security conditions the numerous acts of aggression against them we want salaries to be increased for those who face
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such risks of work as well as an increase in personnel and better security so what all the demands of the prison guards well they say they want more than the one thousand. jobs that they've already been offered over the next four years by the justice minister they also say that they want radicalized prisoners to be isolated in prisons for their safety and they want to have more security services available to deal with situations we also know that the president might go on has said that he will unveil a grand plan at the end of next month to reform the entire prison system in france but that still more than a month away and the question is ease action needed sooner the prison guards who remain blockading so many of the prisons in france say it is needed sooner because they need to have more secure conditions to work in immediately. u.s. attorney general jeff sessions has announced the hunt for the tens of thousands of
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missing text messages sent by f.b.i. employees they were sent up behind at the agency's probe into a major russian meddling in the u.s. presidential election some of the exchanges that we're seeing raise serious questions about bias within the f.b.i. from washington here's some recount. months of text messages between two f.b.i. staffers linked to the trump and russia probe have gone missing one of the agency's peter struck he oversaw the investigation into alleged russian interference now he was also part of robert muller's team that was looking into suppose the pollution between trump and the problem prior to that the clinton e-mail investigation which went nowhere and then there's lisa page a lawyer for the department of justice who also worked for robert muller the couple payment to prominence back in december when their private text conversations were leased to congress girls hillary should win. i know. and maybe your man just the way you are because you're
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a man to protect the country from that manifest. thanks it's absolutely true that we're very very fortunate and of course i'll try and approach it that way these text messages prove that both struck and page were biased in favor of hillary and the messages even hint at some nefarious political activity so when they wanted to dig deeper it turned out the rest of their conversation had disappeared the f.b.i. ascribed the dates lost to misconfiguration issues related to rollouts provisioning and so for upgrades the conflicts with the f.b.i. has collection capabilities but let's look at the time frame of these text messages december fourteenth twenty sixteenth roommates seventeen twenty seventy and when did muller's investigation into question well you can start oh look may seventeenth twenty seventeen surprisingly convenient the timing is just too coincidental seems that they were trying to plant the evidence somehow as an insurance policy thinking that trump had no way of getting elected and then when he did scrambling in order
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to try to stop the election or to create the necessity of an impeachment of trump they were conspiring inside the f.b.i. to figure out how to catch trump on some sort of you know criminal activity having a russian connection russian money laundering being involved with putin in the in the russian trump collusion of which they provided zero evidence. well the disappearance of crucial data is not common in the u.s. intelligence community the n.s.a. recently revealed it accidentally array's surveillance information simply to free up space on its hard drives the data that was related to the presidential surveillance program or p.s.p. which included warrantless wire tapping during george w. bush's time in office the n.s.a. was ordered to preserve the information by a court it was deemed important to a number of pending lawsuits the b.s.p.
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internets count and matched criteria that were broadly used to delete that of a certain type in response to mission requirements to free up space and improve performance of the backup system the n.s.a. has no reason to believe at this time that the continent data was specifically targeted for deletion germany's hung over her poor house witness the must roll between turks and kurds tensions flare over turkey's military incursion into northern syria the details on images after the break. here's what people have been saying about rejected in the senate it's. the only show i go out of my way to you know what it is that really packs a punch. is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same. apparently
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better than. the c. people you've never heard of love for the night president of the world bank take. me seriously send us an email. what politicians to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. some want to. have to go right to the press this is what before three of the more people. interested in the water. back with our international we return to our top story this hour the u.s.
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secretary of state rex tillerson has claimed that the blame for chemical attacks in syria ultimately lies with moscow regardless of who is behind them let's cross life to journalist martin for his thoughts about statement by the u.s. secretary said martin yeah just your initial reaction thoughts on that statement. oh extraordinary hypocrisy i mean you know how can anyone keep a straight face when we hear the americans pointing the finger at the russians and talking about not sticking to deals that were previously saw and just in the last year in the middle east alone we've seen the truck ministration turn back on the do your nuclear deal with iran ultrasound by the obama administration we've seen from . the lives of the turks and tell them what they're going to the the americans will take back that comes from the kurds once the the bulk of the soon was over so i mean the list as just goes on and all i really wonder what rex tillerson thinks he
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can achieve by making these these these these proposed three statements about a chemical attack which just happened in the last few hours we don't really have any information on and i think he's i think he's putting as much with wind as much in the sail as you can for a new organization that he's launched today i mean need a bit of public relations need a bit of a boost so this event which happened just this morning i think in the east of damascus and tragic as it is gave him a certain amount of raw material to work with but you know it's the same old story from washington they can't seem to get off this linear narrative of regime change in syria yet we should reiterate of course that there is there has been no international investigation into the attack it is you know fresh as you mentioned why therefore does russia ultimately bear responsibility quote whoever carried it out. or it's
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a sort of it's rather naive idea i think we're all getting very tired of this western reproach moment of anybody who may have chemical weapons around the world which you know don't necessarily fall into the into the approval of western countries you know i've got a problem i have with the statement is that it makes a number of assumptions first of all the assumption that syria is some sort of color. of the kremlin you know it isn't it's a sovereign states and it doesn't take its orders every single day from mr putin i mean mr assad is free to go about as he pleases despite the fact that i'm sure his government is very grateful to the russians coming into the soon theater from september two thousand and fifteen onward you know we shouldn't we shouldn't never forget that it's a sovereign country and so the assumption that russia sort of controls on daily basis is rather silly but i think this statement is to listen is is best i think you propose for us in that worst disingenuous i mean he you know this
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idea of that since in recent years that it's been russia's responsibility whether assad can can carry out such attacks we should we should remember that russia only came into the war in two thousand and fifteen and the americans were blaming the assad government since two thousand and thirteen and this constant shifting of the goalposts and creating a new narrative every time the facts on the ground don't suit washington is rather tedious i mean you we have to remember that some the o.p.c. w. came to syria in two thousand and thirteen did a pretty good job the stablish ing what chemical weapons the government is our government had removed them everybody seemed to be quite happy with that job was satisfied or they didn't do and i think it's important if they didn't look into what other external organizations militias military groups also had chemical
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weapons and so when there is a sudden two sided or rather unbalanced view from the off and whenever we return to the subject of chemical weapons of course you know it's always some slanted towards this washington narrative it's it's naive and limited and at times frankly thank you preposterous martin j.b. roots based journalist speaking to us live this hour thank you very much. turkey's continuing military campaign against the kurdish militias in northern syria is causing tensions to farrah's far afield of germany on monday kurdish activists protesting next to the turkish airlines desk at hahn over airport ended up fighting with turkish pos injures almost two hundred people were involved in the brawl which was broken by police using pepper spray was was
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was it was thought was it was i was. i'm career began its latest military operation against the syrian kurdish fighters at the end of last week it used them as terrorists on is concerned about their growing consolidation of power in northern syria political commentator adel darwish told us that washington must take a clear position on the hostilities and help the two sides work towards a solution. curt's will find themselves powerless against the light of turkey as we have see they are fortunate the scenes from frankfurt and probably other places it could actually spill over and afflict europe people with ego far away it's very very hard actually to the american foreign policy at that moment for those that
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americans have to explain to their allies that our side of the world what if that is true g. and the policy once you wish. to the will actually to have a peaceful so if it meant in syria and the. move to the political integrity of syria as addition is did as this one but a number to do the actually end want to end the conflict and see peace and not. russia's defense minister has revealed that moscow is in talks with several nations over the purchase of a state of the art russian missile defense system r.t. if you are trying to brings us more in the. it's acknowledged as one of the best air defense systems out there it can strike eighty targets at a time at a range of four hundred kilometers even if they're travelling at five kilometers a second i'm always about to say an hour but no
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a second so perhaps that's why there is high demand as four hundred isn't developed technology still on the drawing board or sitting in a dusty warehouse it's on active duty in syria protecting russian units there. the russian army's top man hasn't revealed the names of the system's next buyers but he did mention the regions the middle east and southeast asia he's touring that part of the world right now mr scheuer who says whenever he's talking to army bosses from other countries there is always discussion about buying russia's
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defense technology so soon we'll find out who is next in line for the f. four hundred i say next because turkey has already got a contract and when they signed the papers it was big news sure that's a nato member washington's key ally that's counting on russian engineering to keep its safe somewhere else that's military might is all but dependent on america is saudi arabia but a few months ago the saudis and the russians agreed on an ass four hundred deal as well china is getting it and india too let's see if the name of the next customer comes as a surprise. that's our news and views for no more r.t. program starting in just a moment. prescribe
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