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someone. because of. what you. eat. stacey not looking to kick off. in conflict with russia. slaps sanctions in retaliation for washington imposing restrictions on russia the. it's been a week of unrest in the state of minnesota anger over the police killing of don't know song using. c.n.n. directors secretly filmed admitting his channel spreads propaganda despite having
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a slogan claiming to be the most trusted media outlet. so much for joining us here on r.t. this sunday morning this is where we bring you the weekly. now this week marked another low point in russia u.s. relations as both countries unleash sanctions on each other moscow expelled u.s. diplomats from russia and advised the acting u.s. ambassador to return. the latest attack on a country by the by didn't ministration cannot. it seems that washington does not want to accept the fact that in the new geo political realities there is no place for unilateral dictatorship and the broken scenarios of containing moscow which the us short sightedly continues to deploy when you risk further degrading russia u.s.
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relations we knew that this was coming in one form or another it was just a matter of time and on friday russia very demonstrative retaliated against those punitive measures that washington announced against moscow earlier this week perhaps the most interesting part is that 8 top level washington officials have been banned from entering russian territory and when i say top level i mean highlight reel you know we're talking the head of the f.b.i. the director of national intelligence the secretary of homeland security to i people who are powerful decision makers in washington also a lot less to susan rice and john bolton historically to politicians who are you know. this russian rhetoric alongside the names moscow explained that these individuals have been chosen precisely because they all responsibility for promoting america's anti russian policy direction i have to say this is
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a really strong move because usually such bans are done on the low down in the quiet that are not announced publicly so clearly the kremlin here is so frustrated by what's going on that it wants to make a really bold korea statement of not 10 american diplomats have been expelled 6 a number of american organizations suspected of interfering in russia's internal affairs have been told that they need to stop their activity and it was also made clear that if the u.s. continues to behave this way the more can and will be done including reducing the diplomatic mission here to just $300.00 and taking action that would be harmful to u.s. business interests so very loud to various. announcement leaving the door open for an improvement of relations but at the same time being practical and preparing for the worst as you see it it comes not long after what. they were going to do as regards sanctions what was said on thursday well you have to look at the fact up to this hostile undiplomatic rhetoric coming from the white house of course now the
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infamous interview joe biden calling president putin the killer on international television and then this final blow out by joe biden signing what can only be called a sanction spree so that package includes a $32.00 russian entities an individual sanction for allegedly interference in last year's presidential election stateside a range of financial and technology firms targeted for power and cyber attacks on federal agencies 10 russian diplomats expelled borrowing money international made more difficult for russia to and why anyone reasonable would look at this and say well this is pretty extensive apparently joe biden claims that this was his take it easy on russia set of sanctions and that ultimately all he really wants is to be friendly and the pressure dial down united states is not looking to kick off the. school is she in conflict with russia we want a stable predictable relationship is the time to deescalate well saying after
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announcing a slew of sanctions is mixed messages it's illogical it's very confusing i mean generally punishment and deescalation don't go hand in hand so you can see why the russian side pointed out that that moment there's a huge disconnect between what russia says or rather what washington says and what washington does cool shroom of receipts to refrain from escalation sound hypocritical in essence to trying to talk to us from a position of strength we have repeatedly warned and proved in practice that sanctions and other pressures are not only futile but will also result in disastrous consequences for the. to decide on such provocations so clearly normalized relations between the u.s. and russia are going to require a serious shift and care but at the moment it does definitely sound that whilst moscow course doesn't want it to terrorists and relations and it's tried everything it can to a point that at the moment it feels that that might be the only option left to
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listen also daniel example easy but the ministrations behaving without restraint in its moves against russia america's behavior is out of control i mean the but the bottom restoration is well spent the last 4 years accusing trump of being soft on russia and now it's what's got the office that is trying to show that it is going to be a confrontational and hostile as a possibly there is no charge that the by the ministration would well want level against moscow biden has been absolutely unrestrained he is determined to show that he's a tough guy tougher than than donald trump and so therefore he's being very aggressive with regard to both russia and china and and there are no restraints that's that that's the amazing thing and the u.s. is just it's just rampaging around with these charges of following the lead of the
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united states the czech republic a national sun today that it was expelling 18 russian diplomats it blames russia for a huge i mean ition depot explosion in 2014 meanwhile chad police are looking for 2 male suspects seizing russian passports in connection with that explosion they are quite well known in fact as they were previously accused the village policing of the script owl's the navi chokin $28.00 team the privilege of leaves it to the czech republic at the time of the explosions. all of veiling the latest rush to sanctions america also cited claims made last year of russia offering bounties to the taliban to kill american troops in afghanistan the white house admits it does very little to back up those claims but is nevertheless demanding answers from the kremlin we felt the reports were enough of a cause of concern they assessed with low to moderate confidence as you alluded to that russian intelligence officers start to encourage taliban attacks against u.s. and coalition personnel in afghanistan so while there's
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a lot of moderate assessment of these reports we felt it was important for our intelligence community to look into it this information really puts the burden on russia and the russian government to explain their engagement here or last june it was reported russian intelligence offered taliban linked militants bounties to kill u.s. troops in afghanistan in 29 t. those allegations were never proven and the pentagon itself said it couldn't corroborate the reports didn't stop the media from embracing the story vladimir putin is offering boaties for the scalps of american soldiers in afghanistan now the european intelligence official called this callous shocking and reprehensible overnight president trump dismissed the intelligence denied being briefed on it as new reports emerged saying those payments did in fact lead to the death of americans russia has rejected the allegations the foreign ministry branded the speculations of phobias of the u.s. intelligence community we got the take of former u.s. marine corps intelligence officer scott ritter. the mere fact that you have
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politicians action on intelligence that has appeared on the front pages of the new york times bill is you right off the bat and it's not intelligence it's been it's clear sized information as opposed to hard intelligence that the united states and russia are adults they they they they sit at the big table they were big boys pants and their intelligence services do things against one another because that information normally we understand this is the reality of the world but the united states right now is very defensive it's dealing with the changing world changing reality and the fact that russia refuses to play the game of being subservient to you know a dominant america and so this is a domestic political problem where intelligence is 0 and political objective as opposed to doing what it's supposed to do providing insight american decision makers about what ground truth in russia is. it's been
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a week of angry unrest in the u.s. state of minnesota follows last sunday's fatal shooting by police of dante wright brought offices have been resorting to to cuss and rubber bullets to disperse protesters. that. guy. for things that the police claimed dante right died as a result of an accidental discharge something officinalis took a gun for
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a taser started out as a peaceful protest ended in looting and violent clashes for the folks. at the protest seen in other cities to including chicago dallas and portland where the police union building was set ablaze scenes reminiscent of those seen in the wake of george floyd's death last year his death sparked a wave of nationwide protests a year ago it was going to pray to serve as a board member of the national diversity coalition for donald trump says it's vital to rebuild trust between police and minority communities the. tensions are so diode to the left and right the people that are getting hurt or in the middle what's happening right now is not going to stop is going to get worse because the leadership around many places is weak there is a lack of trust on both sides of the aisle. and when i mean both sides of aisle there is a lack of trust with within the police community about what's going on within the
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minority community in then there's a lack of trust within the minority community about what the police. they are doing because of what they see projected on our media every day there has to be a concerted effort from both sides of leadership leadership of people there everybody can trust to sit down and work out proven solutions and and take it all types of suggestions and try to work out something and bring the trust back between law enforcement and the community. social media age on twitter is bans the founder of investigative journalist group project veritas for alleged violations of its policies comes after the group published another undercover sting video involving cnn's technical director. a strain of disease a term like e.g. he'd like good. people are getting sacked or is it just
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a culture that you need to protect patients. and someone. trying to like health like a b l ever like today like i mean it's individuals it's not a you know. that's like they're the optics of i don't know it or we can speak to the fact that this technical director charlie chester he was certainly part of the culture he was speaking as if they were an advocacy group and this is a network that uses the tagline the most trusted name in news does the most trusted name in news you know colluded directly or indirectly with black lives matter that's a question for the american public to ask it seems that the rules that as a society that we all thought were in place are no longer in place there is no more roebuck. and this is the 3rd on the cover scape published by project veritas just this week there's more on the other revelations his attorneys don't cosa. the most trusted name in news it's a title c.n.n.
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has long prided itself on maybe you buy it maybe you don't but what would you think if a network admin did to deliberately spreading propaganda well apparently they did i you. said believe the moon was received i don't know that but again you are reading stories that we didn't know anything about. that's b.s. i think that he is the worst president we have ever seen but what president just said was undemocratic and false the president seems to think that dominating black people dominating peaceful protesters is law and order it's not he calls them thugs who's the thug here this guy is should not be president cnn's charlie chester's spilled the beans over a tender date he was enticed into by an undercover project veritas journalist and he claimed the channel long had a pre-determined agenda to get trump out of office one that flows from the top down
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from none other than c.n.n. president jeff zucker himself naturally trying to make joe biden out to be a spring chicken was the other side of the anti trump propaganda coin yeah i mean like we didn't like what was. shaking or whatever and he brought in like so many medical people so like all tell a story like this is all speculation you know you're shocked to hear john. that i'm healthy you know by. him and you save years she. hated me as a. young period sure. sounds a lot like election meddling something c.n.n. has pointed the finger at russia for time and time again leaning on unverifiable claims from u.s. intelligence and its reputation as evidence the. in last year's elections the network claimed that moscow was trying to hurt joe biden's chances by spreading
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conspiracy theories about the now u.s. president i'm talking about russia attacking our election russia once again interfered in the race for the white house russia is indeed interfering in the 2020 election with that kind of a double standard it should come as no surprise that people's trust for c.n.n. is on the decline but we don't think that this is all the personal attacks just. makes this worse when you're caught red handed hiding the way you do business from your viewers that's one thing but accusing someone else for breaking the very rules you yourself were caught breaking well that's another it's a rinky dink 2 bit organization what do you want it's c.n.n. that scared defends immunised from any responsibility because nobody takes them seriously and as far as project very callous and james o'keefe god bless him but how many exposé these must be produced before something's done things done
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nothing jeff zucker still there everybody still there but let me explain something their ratings are plummeting who wants to watch c.n.n. if there's no trunk what do you do talk about what a great job biden is knowing what a great job camelot harris story i don't think so now me we can't believe what we're seeing and our country is in complete collapse with our borders being destroyed and being invaded daily with a sense of believe it will distrust with with vaccine and efficacy vaccine malpractise with this anyway and years nothing for them to build up. which we also need to national things stay with us after the break french law makes us in the traditional secure you know lies in the spread of images of police officers in operation bring it out on other stories. just a few bugs. so
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race. spearing dramatic development only mostly i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. the world is driven by a dream shaped by one person.
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who dares thinks. we dare to ask. a controversial security bill has been passed by the french parliament the grants additional powers to law enforcement bodies but has faced widespread criticism for making it harder to police abuse the details his shoulder to ski. there was rounded criticism of this bill when it was presented a year ago not just from the left from human rights organizations and also journalists who says well concerned about elements contained in this global
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security bill now one of the most controversial elements was oh it's a cool 24 we've discussed this many times and the feelings about this is that it would continue issues in the ability of the press to do their job when it came to distributing images of d.c. police offices as a result of that controversy and the widespread protests we saw here in france the government said it was going to completely revise this particular article let's take a reminder over the protests against article 24. well
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the government said it was 3 writing that article completely but as it's been posted a there are elements that still are being criticized by many article $24.00 in the bill that was posted a bipolar menteri and still contains limits on who can and call and publish images over the police if they use images of publish with an intent to harm physically or mentally one of those offices on the cheek if somebody is found guilty of doing that they would then face a fine of 75000 euros or up to 5 years in jail so a pretty severe penalty for that but it wasn't just. article 24 that caused concern this no as it's being passed now gives police offices the right to film interventions that they make it is allows them to regulate the use of drones for
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the police to be able to monitor protests potentially and it allows officers to carry their weapons even when they are d.t. some have described this move as essentially making pros dysfunctioning democracy. but in simple terms this law will significantly restrict freedoms the use of drones during protests and things like that this is a disaster for democracy and freedom because security is as important as freedom it is true but there are people who abuse it the harm is not for freedom itself people and not freedom cause harm. you need to think if there are other tools that would be more consistent with the principle of human freedom the right to protest is our rights spying on people and it's not just about concern on the streets here in france own u.n. panel of experts also raise concerns about this nor saying that it was incompatible
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with international human rights. the bill could lead to significant violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms in particular the right to privacy and the right to freedom of expression so despite those continuous cause to scrap this bill it has been passed on thursday by parliamentarians 75 voting for it 33 against it but human rights organizations say this isn't the end they say that they will continue to challenge this law when it now goes to france's constitutional court and it says that that last decision will be made as to whether this bill will become law or no it's. probably heard of the work brigades will in the u.k. actually become a reality soldiers in the british army's will engineers' regiment of intel to mind their language in case it offends anyone on a drive through as a few grenades on the front lawn of the cultural. so the main dangers of being in
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the military is you can be shot at blown up. or fall victim to non gender neutral language well $22.00 engineer regiment of the british army is doing something about it the language not the horrible bad stuff don't call each other lads soldiers are told to be more inclusive and avoid using words such as mankind and sportsmanship over fears that they could cause offense to regiment sergeant major reportedly told his men. people that they need to try harder to up hold the regiments v. and s. v. and s. dance with values and standards do not mix it up with b. and s. he also said that everyone has to remember d. and on that diversity and inclusion and gents men lads other phrases like that are not to be used and this is my favorite he said it should be made sure that people are getting paid the correct compliments we don't
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always says no. you're. right. what this story house calls our rage among friends or gods like these more with of course rashly there's nothing new about these directions they came out in 2017 released by the british army's joint equality diversity and inclusion unit or. as it. were inclusive most important so some poles from the guidance from the u.k. military's jello war is a clue suggesting sportsmanship be replaced with fairness or good humor and the word mankind be replaced with humanity whew mankind human race people as had researchers some of those have man in as well were british war heroes to tim collins back in 2017 describe to listeners the ludicrous and dangerous morass into which obsequious and p.c. addled senior officers have led the british army which means he doesn't like it. so we can conclude from this is
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a. 4 years on after about the voice was originally given soldiers are still not quite ready to have their language policed probably because if you're in the army you've got a few other things to worry about let's not forget that the army has been at the forefront of the quality they've been teaching mentor on their own trousers for centuries washed on one saw it turn over. to the book about dropping bombs on middle eastern villages is the absolute definition of inclusive ety they'll kill everyone without prejudice. probably a long time for we see scenes like this on the front line. sort. oh my god did i say glad it's. there my p.d.f. splashed $75000.00 on a crime fighting robotic dog on to the teeth with high tech cameras and microphones the police department a talented d.g.
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dog as a way of keeping officers out of harm's way they are a particular group doesn't seem to have gone down well with new york's. listen to. listen. my guess is 60. 0. never seen i like that in my life. all right on to the truth.
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i think that creepy i think it's a waste of money but i think it's ridiculous that i can't spend money on proper officer training and things like officer. i'm going to rehab stuff like that i mean this summer you know the things that are. somewhat it's going to really do something is not going to be a casualty to just be a robot even more a robot is expensive it's not our human whiteclay are you getting no money from where is this money coming from how much is it how much does a cost to spend a weekend training officers her weekend on better protocols or you're having a tough time you're still in a pandemic there are a lot of families that need that money. neighborhoods we need it here in new york city shouldn't be spent on lobo the world. while they sing canine fashions been shown off in the region as
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a kooky parade was staged sporting colorful costumes they navigated their way through. an obstacle course this event was inspired by rescue called call model has become an instagram hit in russia. and archaeological discoveries were made in the u.k. town of scarborough workers at a housing development stumbled upon remains of a roman stately home experts say the excavated buildings could have been a luxury villa that may later have been adapted for religious purposes. and the skies over china been filled with giant octopus is centipedes and fish is part of the international kite festival in why find the city's supposedly the birthplace of carts or the 10000 were flown as part of the celebration. a little bit of everything for you there you are right up to date on the back in africa.
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l. word for word to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings except where such orders to conflict with the 1st law show your identification for should be very careful about artificial intelligence and the point obviously is too great. ever hear. of a serious charge in with artificial intelligence real summoning the demon. the robot most protect its own existence as existence. is. a little.

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