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tv   Documentary  RT  May 23, 2020 6:30am-7:00am EDT

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when so many find themselves worlds apart when just to look for common ground. right now consternation it's all. worth. it so have a seat at these 2 like force the green and the blue and them all to a quick sound check with them so you'll wear these headphones but there's just a ball here the size it's just that it's make sure that we're going to make sure that your hair's ok and open tomorrow. it's. all right and here and there. you know minute change of all you. can hear anything in there so she can't she can't yes good. do you hear me well you had me when. sonia were shasta he lives in kansas city her granddaughter leah is
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a seattle based filmmaker and she's making a documentary about her grandmother's past and more recent past hello sonia you know oh are you good i'm curious how do you think those experiences of your youth those experiences that are so hard to imagine for most of us how how they shaped this moment you are 7 decades later. well. never. tell you how i mean. it was a miracle. out.
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in that. light so on. and on.
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was. that it time to. go also have time any time so i think. that's pretty chill ok 32 notice i'll have to get out if i've been coming here for 14 years this is a place like no other. do you just say ok so we can i think
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it's going to be 2530 years we're going to come. down. this. i usually. spend like i say if someone doesn't ask me i don't say anything but to me they can do it. better than. ok. look for. thanks but i measure by. you are no offense but you no longer a young woman in fact you are one of the last living survivors of the nazi. and i'm aware of it. and i and i'm wondering how clear your memories of 70 years ago
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actually are. i think very clear you leverage it. all you like. they forget. they. know i was in that. sunanda want. to. they came. to me and i so i was close almost 14.
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years to get to pertain to a place. i shall never forget in my life because i was like an ethic looking all over that want to station place. and i witnessed many sounds. horrible horrible time. looking down. and had bullets time. sometimes of people tried to escape the. hiding place was never a bad image was. cut out. down close but with didn't have any.
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linda. they had they came with a gentleman. and he took us out. and they were bringing us or people trying to hide. and we knew it was a major shock to us that i dare. to go to. my father. never saw. my sister escaped. and. stage. the kids.
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impossible to. when you have such a horrible experiences as a youngster it's left to fear some kind of fear. that you can't at a normal person would not even on the stand. because those horrible things what i have see in the skeletons of those people. and only dead looked around was death in fear death and fear. so i have them etched there is no doubt about it if i would be not i would be like. so i keep myself always
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busy and this is helps me not to think. so much about what i went to this dark terrible. spot. in my great honor to introduce. dr regina. to my mother is the only holocaust survivor in the kansas city area who is out speaking regularly about her experience. so i'm going to start my presentation with an overview of what happened to my mom chronologically before during and after the
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war then my mother would come up and speak. i want to star was one of the only remaining of my family for the war my mom is highlighted there in metal her sister is a little girl the back row with pictures. everyone else in this photo was murdered . and his sister survived the war in the forest with the partisans and lives in israel. my mom story of survival is incredible to. capture as a teen just like you are witnessing the worst in 3 different. to her liberation and marrying another survivor my father. then settling here in kansas. i know that you have made it your part of your business to tell people firsthand what happened and i wonder what what happens to that history what happens
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to the stories when you are gone and this is. speaking about speaking and now who. no you were to prompt me. it was an awakening for me when i heard the skin it's denying. that never happened it was just like a tongue and to my brain to my mind to say hey sania this was the reason you survived you have to speak for them. in better than now auschwitz when one day when we are a count that and s.s. men went to the lord the lord arose and just you know how to talk our numbers and they start calling all of those numbers where they supposed to go to the guest i used to say to my daughter you fail each one heart i come please something
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my greatest fulfillment would be speaking to a disturbance in schools because this is our future generation and then only in a few minutes when you see this horrible horrible. clouds. from the chimney. so you can imagine i don't know if you can imagine. because you never knew where it would be you are. speaking from your heart and speaking what took place in your world to witness if their hearts in their make a change in their lives and take out the hate this would be my greatest accomplishment. well i want to thank you yvette in mad for coming and listening to me i was a little matter of us and i hope you'll forgive me for that thank
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you. we go to work. straight home.
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asked. 'd if it. could be part of the book to. come back. to new can she of a good citizen who said you can go and put your local up our kids will. learn that just happen on. this day or a piece in the will ensure that all of the stuff the film sticks or the slides faked fixing to force you to put stinky human body we know it's way to normal i'm all appear to laugh the more we see every mall. let's dip by your lights too much bucks in the switch if the print agreed to function it in the bank leading the police in the uk and i know that some punk says i could eat shit should have just
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put up a little. extra. is natural a great sound on this and then you do cool. hours a little matter of business you hear they want to hear it all. right. but. i'm graceful more for its. in a really small town in missouri and. my mom grew up in
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illinois. her dad and grandpa on my side because they were a little someone from. him and he shot in the house. something to go through. and i really appreciate all my life because she is. a fighter she kind of. how we're. only good example for you. my name is caroline. i am a catholic clone shark injure 14 years old i grew up in wilmington delaware. i am from new york age 13. but i do relate to. the jewish people and how they survived the holocaust because they
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are like a brother religion tourists knowing there was someone who just one person could kill over a 1000000 people makes me feel. that it's hard for a good person. but that it is. but few young people i hope and if you do you will be strong and really stand up for the right things. but they're right things because all the bottom line the main thing is not to close your eyes when something does go wrong not that i. want to. spend it my mom was pregnant with me and wonders. and i don't know my route. if you say.
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go. i can kind of relate to how you feel because i know like i love my family more than anything like my mom my best. and so i don't know. what i would do. my dad. those are like all those years of your life that are going to get back. you have. a 40 year old 50 that's crazy i just
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respect you so. i don't think i would ever be able to. i was your age you know when the war broke out there for things. and to see. witnessing things what i have seen and. it is like i say i don't care you hate. i cannot this have to come from a higher. i am not the one to forgive what i see. no but i will not hate because the hate. will destroy me and now be a hate there like them. your. deeds to say that you're not ever going to hate.
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when you're fighting with your siblings will be like oh i hate you or whatever but you don't hate them obviously but even just to say that is just wrong considering the fact that you actually have a reason to hate me. and i think it. says thank you for that thank you thank. you. you know you. do i. love you. i never told really.
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i had a very good eye for clothes let me tell you. no tailored ones that really done my hands. in the war. game mean they had the used taylors. to. but here you can see em here by. selling. c.c. and this is the machine of a day. are still. there let it go let.
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memories said memory it's been. 9 months. till august when i was seeing myself my mother walking to the guest list of. which was really i would say. hand to left or right when you are ready to. specify into camps what it needs. selection. and. the
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ones for they would still make me smile. we were all day off watching. and the ones which is supposed to answer to. my mouth to the left and self to interact. was merely a morning when i hear this i am missing something mr s. . like something was pushing from. my. city. trying to find a little in. it was a little. look out except the time.
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especially when i saw my mouth. so. all this i want to show you. ok. this is my bed that almost killed a king sized bet. on this side as you can tell it's it goes
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a little doubt oh. yeah this is this is really unbelievable. it. had to be said. it was and he had to get it with her and this is was my mom. this is what's left of this. and you can see the color was of the beautiful yet. so you know. this is what they cherish. and it's so dear to me that no one. no one can. understand and i cannot. describe myself when i hold my hand. whenever i go
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to sleep she's with me she's always. after the day that we all met sonya. i thought about it almost every day. she has impacted me in ways i could have never imagined but like what she was telling us about her mom that's what got to me the most because my mom. is everything to me and if i watched her walk away from me knowing what was going to happen. i can't even imagine being strong enough to go on from that point. teenagers are really hard to reach now they're distracted with their phone the internet the social networks and i think that sonia change that for me at least.
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she had such a personal message that it was hard not to put yourself in her place and think about what it would be like to be her and i think that that got all of our attentions she made me want to change things the way things are she made me want to make an impact on the world and i think that's why it's so important that she keeps talking to people and keeps changing people's lives like she did mine. the world is driven by dreamers shaped by one person.
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dares thinks. we are here to ask. during the vietnam war us forces. are in laos it was a secret war. and for years the american people did not know. how much it is officially the. country per capita. human history millions of unexploded bombs still in danger lives in this small agricultural country she wanted i mean we cannot. even today kids in laos full victims of bombs dropped decades ago is the us making amends for the tragedy in laos. to the people need in that little.
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54 jets and more than 1300 military personnel are headed to air force base in alaska where is that to say come on i'll show you what's the reason for any type of enhanced us military presence in this area rush up. what is it suddenly about the south china sea that makes it so that it 11000000000 barrels of oil. take a look at this map who really owns what kind of says no it belongs to us india says no we claim that that belongs to us both of these countries have nuclear weapons capabilities there is reason for concern so that's why we're going to drill down on this story for you today right here on the news of the. where you know as we always like to say we do believe by golly it's time to do news again.
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