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tv   Politicking With Larry King  RT  June 30, 2017 6:29am-7:01am EDT

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and that i'm sure will be another multi hundred million dollars she's already a billionaire so this could be a multi-billion dollar for her regardless of where the company says she's or not there's a lot of people speculating that the underlying core business model of the liver is unsustainable and this company's going to go the way of enron as multi billion dollars. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around corporate corporations run washington washington media the media the. voters elected a businessman to run this country business because. you must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before.
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in the afternoon here in moscow our top story the iraqi prime minister's declared victory over islamic state saying the army is recaptured the newry mosque in mosul which is where isis declared a caliphate three years ago but months of heavy fighting between the terrorists and the us led coalition of devastated not only the city itself but also the lives of hundreds of thousands of locals. within minutes of mosul's liberation headlines around the world were dominated by the recapturing of that city. iraq's prime minister is declaring an end to isis in
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mosul the end of the caliphate iraq's bold claim as it takes mosul famous mosque iraqi forces say they've taken an iconic mosque in the heart of mosul that was destroyed by isis iraqi forces battled the last isis fighters in those or in what is undoubtedly a victory in ridding a rack of the scourge of i.c.c. it's important to those remember the effect on the people of mosul more goes to oversee a correspondent spent over a month there during the battle. liberation that's one way of putting it obliteration is another the goal was noble enough freeing thousands from isis isis the so-called caliphate is crumbling wieters have abandoned fighters to die local fighters are being left to rot where they fall remaining inexperienced fighters are making rookie mistakes blowing them selves and
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fellow fighters up accidentally in preparation for combat mission accomplished mosul has been cleansed by fire a city almost the size of a room reduced to rubble it is difficult to describe you've got to be there walk down it's blasted streets and you'll feel it this is what the off the mouth of a classic strike in mosul look like view here really epitomizes what mosul has been through the neighboring street all but destroyed the street across rubble the street over there it's the same story wherever you look the press was tightly controlled no freedom of reporting in mosul. we saw what we were allowed to see but this was enough. on you little bit
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little along with the surface one had your garbage common. sense that then i'm sure a half million. at the end of the time and if you tell us that anaemic but i think that i've been with the pilot in all of now much a lot of thought of the. devil in me. but. not like that. streets and buildings can be restored lives canales children families whole neighborhoods was sacrificed to u.s. strikes in the liberation isis made sure that civilians died they used them as human shields hoping that the coalition would stop its strikes they miscalculated the bombs rained down until the end two billion
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casualties are a fact of life in this sort of situation when a single u.s. led air strike killed more than one hundred civilians i remember clearly how they tried but failed to contain that at first they blamed isis then they admitted to the bombing but still blame diocese perhaps civilians are being killed either by mistake or because the enemy is using a tactic that actually has them become part of the target that is on them not on us it's not our fault that we're killing civilians they said we'll remember this as a victory the liberation of mosul. but liberation may be the wrong.
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meanwhile the un's chemical weapons watchdog has confirmed that the victims of a chemical incident in april income chick were exposed to salary gas the latest statement from the o p c w also points out their fact finding missions monday doesn't include identifying the perpetrator adding that their team was unable to visit the site of the attack so the report's conclusions
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a basis am post-mortems and by medical samples collected from victims who were moved to quote a neighboring country despite that the british from sixty boris johnson reacted to the findings by reasserting accusations against the syrian government. i've got. the finger points at the assad regime and we've got a european council coming up where we will drive all in with the u.k. campaign to impose sanctions on those responsible the us has already brought out sanctions on three hundred people as a result of this people who drop chemical weapons all innocent people should be held to account the russian foreign ministry has sharply criticized washington's claims that syria's government is planning a chemical attack in the country meantime the ministry is concerned that terrorists could take advantage of the threats coming from washington in korea false flag attacks to encourage u.s. military action has colored maupin went to the u.s. state department to get their response to. the u.s.
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officials refused to confirm the claims with any facts the situation looks like a massive probations both military and information no. i look at the u.s. experts and they said openly that extremists could use these claims by washington provocations and shift blame onto the syrian government recent statement from the white house alleging that the syrian government was planning an upcoming chemical attack are you concerned that that could have created an opening for terrorist groups to carry out a chemical attack. now you know concern even though. the groups have been using chemical weapons in syria it's documented now next went on syria seems that washington doesn't share the concerns of russia's foreign minister now on numerous occasions the syrian government has been accused of carrying out chemical weapons attacks the most recent example was in april in a province without any investigation with the united states launched fifty nine
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cruise missiles against syria targeting an airbase now when they were pressed for facts of the state department responded this way evidence here with us about this potential. preparation for these chemical weapons is that was an absolutely right and nor would that be laid out because that would be considered an intelligence matter when you go in your interests you do what you say it's evidence of. intelligence i'm not going to get it out with you but this is a very serious and grave matter let's remember that back in twenty thirteen an agreement was arranged by russia in which the syrian government turned over their chemical weapons to the open sea international bodies oversaw the process in which the chemical weapons were handed over to international authorities however these facts don't seem to matter the united states continues to blame syria for chemical attacks regardless of having any actual proof or evidence let's get more from one
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of our top stories now the italy story italy threatening to close its ports to migrant rescue ships operated by n.g.o.s which it suspects of being exploited by people traffic because the country's been increasingly struggling in recent months of course for a long time tens of thousands of refugees still reaching its shores let's get the view from the tally in june color going on no less who's a former italian diplomat and former secretary general of the european security moms we want to the pleasure of you on the program thanks being larger this is lunchtime it's nice been calling for help over this for years we remember the first souls coming over the land produce of the problems there's been little more than sympathy from other e.u. nations plans to spread the refugee burden seem to be divisive do you think anything is going to change or is it really in this pretty much by itself with not too much help coming from its european neighbors especially in the east.
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where the. passports of these are very forceful. are while you're. about to read. we have to take into account the phenomenon. sold small street collective the european response to be. more effective. he's not there yet to drop this whole problem kind of dropped out of a lot of the mainstream headlines for a while did most certainly after the negotiations and everything it seemed to be very much in the headlines and kind of disappeared but the problem hasn't gone away if we want to see now to close its ports to my good rescue ships operated by n.g.o.s. being run by people smugglers do they have a case do they have a point. there.
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as being an example yeah coming around so i cross the range here. say it's. too close look for sure ships. are clearly stating that. the only destination. that i can see is to know whether. this might be right so it's a way to put this issue of. national attention yeah i suppose one of the big problems you've got there is because it's really at the forefront of this was talking about lampedusa those e.u. rules say that the migrants that come across to you have to register for asylum in the country they first landed in the us
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a big problem so i suppose maybe you want the law to change all but what do you want in a silly. agreement with you dr. so you. see then that. it's a very complex issue. that. there will be all of the destination. for the series. from the shores so the ships. and it's also.
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going to be so they call too many. and from. so much a big they know. that this ships go to all all of. the nations and the. main gist of migrations be. with people. who knew what else could you all neighbors do you need more money in the in the immediate term to look up to these people what could people do especially your east in the e.u. neighbors what more could they do what would you like to personally see. european. so. they have.
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agreements. with these agreements you know more generous way. they sold their. if one day she was. doing the talking shit in there for the need. for. the cross in order to be as safe as ships come to read to me then there is the distribution of my drugs to reach out already nice job. after be distributing corbet to european agreements. which is more the goal is that they believe the pulse of already told me that dream of. a final thought from you as you see it is the problem is really light at the tunnel here is the problem worsening is it stabilizing is it likely to get better
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as a certain kind of dropped out of the headlines over the last year of service and a lot of it all of the mainstream media would really covering it is the problem as bad as it ever was. the problem has been. in the sense of the. trees. this is not an issue over through or go away. at the situation of the offer of several. therefore you want to disappear but we have to take you to a more feature and way. of conversation. carlota go to former trying to promote a picture of the o c thank you for being alive with this international league it
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only to day say thank you. and thank you for being with us to this is our international school the news continues with me kevin now in what after this quick . if you should. not post the official girlfriend. of. the law i. told. you to live
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in a dose of the good. you. just . have to leave the last that you can really do the barbecue at the bar. plus i don't know that my mind of the board itself or what they say about being so . but the investigate police officers behavior as well. i'll take drugs in the west end up in presence here. calling people as you please.
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it was. again the mayor of a french town says he's going to put pork on every school lunch menu in order to promote he thinks a more secular society critics say it's going to spread intolerance and marginalize religious groups. we are putting an operation in place so the children eat everything and their diets are balanced there is too much waste so we will teach them to eat meat meat poultry or pork today we're talking about secularism in
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a generally anti muslim way we see secularism as a tool of tolerance and living together and not exclusion any people who refuses to eat pork should feel east show you go to a future that we had views from both sides of the divide which came basically down to a battle between integration and intolerance for the mayor who has decided that it is there is no tentative for the poor it's a way to say that we don't care about the muslim faith or the jew faith because jew jewish people don't eat pork also so it is very bizarre to notice that in that their work is to democratic country mayor who are a representative who has decided to not respect the law he's deciding to do this as the representative of his constituents and so this is the first element to democratic process second of all i think we must not underestimate the threat that this can represent to french society i mean definitely there is a problem with interest integration of of migrants of one part of the muslim
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community and i definitely think that right now he can know it's not the good time for the muslim community to be starting to ask for specific diets because what's the next step was the limit were is the school where everybody goes to school and it's normally and just has a fruit just have an ordinary meal this is the first point let's get back to islam first you can ask for specific meals then what are you going to ask for now the thing is that on behalf of security reason some people are who are clearly racist people are trying to handle this principle we're just not about racism in our islamophobia whatever this is about just creating communities within the french society french society is not going well the mayor is saying that there's a cost behind that are there other people in this town ready to pay for that cost there's a cost as an organisation also when you buy. muslim food in some conditions specific conditions you are paying back part of this or the money you're paying is going back to the muslim community do the inhabitants of this town want to be indirectly funding cultural centers or mosque or stuff like that where is the limit we just go
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to school this is not a place to say we can just pick or choose and leave if you want dishes various you know i'm sorry that in france you can have your ass the present audacity then you will let people speak you know your you know you just a fundamental in your that's why i don't know why don't let me just say when that's all you are about just like you can't administer a show and go to most results you are seeing that most people want to have rule that's not true that's completely false that we french muslim citizens want to be equal we'd all want to have more we don't want to have less also any would have to make sure that this kind of consideration is just helping more stigmatization not a good way to make sure that we're all living together. german railway ticket inspectors are being filmed forcibly dragging a black man off a train who reportedly refused to pay the fine for not having a ticket please be aware that the video we're about to show you does contain violence. is what you're doing because i didn't do it and you.
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should be ashamed here now this is what you're doing my wilson's real slow motion is painful to watch the man is said to be a forty eight year old nigerian seems he didn't have a valid ticket he says he did not have money to pay for the penalty fare it's claimed the ticket was paid to what little cash actually the man had then he refused to leave the train at which point the guards what you see there allegedly forcibly ejecting him the german train operator says it's unusual to take only part payment from fare dodgers end quote that's as far as they're going to comment on it the clip fired up the online community though of course getting. vermillion views others focused on the instant as an act of racism from ramadan for protection says it is to mattick he worries of what's happening across europe these days. of i
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think it was inappropriate with the way the guards. try to get him off the train he was an aggressive from what for from what we could see in the video and you know he shouldn't do they should have waited for the police to arrive and allow the police to do that i think it was a sorry sorry episode and i think it reflects badly on german society but this is systematic of what is going on across europe where racism and xenophobia has been on the rise for a number of years and i think this is an example of where people think they can take the law into their own hands and operate in the way that these people were doing these types of activities are on the rise across europe and i think that's directly linked to the fact that when you have an atmosphere when racism against migrants and refugees is on the open then you will see more more of these types of incidents and you will have from the alternative germany party on the other hand believes that refugees sometimes deliberately abuse the law. i personally know lots
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of cases were so all refugees enter the trade with our ticket and they know that the people from the train companies are checking their tickets they do not dare to take their own train because you're afraid it's useless races so this case reduced rate so far mainly so. you should situation there's a train we go to the court that no personal best but dare to tell you about what terre haute people go to believe it will be. the train ticket this is professional behavior and i expect nothing more than the full of the story chiefs and the big king. will be accompanied to their chicken stop what it did for fish story and write. for a t.v. channel seems video cameras me giving c.n.n.
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if if you had takes this week after a string of virus moves over the networks russian coverage the investigative journalism group project veritas now has released a new video parody showing c n n president jeff zucker the person i'm seeing this try to make a quick escape while being challenged in this book for this is mr suckers resins on thirty to sixty fourth street in new york city james o'keefe are you going to comment about russia story. ok that was pretty cowardly there wasn't a party bird has published a clip a few days ago showing a c.n.n. producer admitting that russia stories are about chasing ratings and then a number one feature which is contributors describing russia coverage as nothing but today's cross talk show get stuck into that later on this channel. people can talk about it in these terms of oh it's this big nothing it's not a big nothing and you know why van jones said what stupid thing he said you know you'll have to ask him again all the. to base eight here on your air is just stupid
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ok that's the explanation there is no journalism in the leftist media there is no journalism in the mainstream media which is the same thing it's the left this media this from the beginning this rush in nonsense has been just that nonsense and c n n n m s n b c so a spike in their ratings immediately so they're keeping it going with the project their video is the zapruder film for c.n.n. and c.n.n. and. that zucker. production you will see the ultimate free zinger out this is the denouement the epilogue that carlota. mislay to stay on this channel talk to someone not to miss you know neils he is for the awfully with all the latest headlines and breaking stories for you i'll bid you good day for the day see is sued.
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we have learned something in the muslim world. therefore i don't think there's any interest in. economic development is all about really or isn't this quarter we are one hundred six morning. but what do we know about the other figures.
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that that our c.e.o. might do. over twenty million dollars last year more than one thousand times the average wal-mart. with all due respect i have to say i don't think that's right. just how a free market would. people went from pretty simple financial lives pre nine hundred eighty to the point now where people are. just totally submerged in their financial accounts and they're all in debt and what exactly devoid society. the part of the government try to do. it might be making things worse.
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social media web which fail to. hate speech in germany face a fifty million. iraqi prime minister defeats. threatens to shut off its ports to. rescue ships. the country struggles to cope with the continued influx.


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