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there their surveillance techniques open and free society the f.b.i. has to tell us what its procedures and techniques are so we have we can argue about them and then we have the opportunity to challenge them meant that maybe the courts say sure they're ok but that's only after they're challenged in court and that are discussed openly if all we have to go on is the trust us that doesn't give us very much if we actually don't trust the. web entrepreneur and interest activist came dot com known for his now bond file sharing service says he's at the center of a political witch hunt the shutting down of his and i got up close science one of the most popular on the web at the time became a landmark case in the prosecution of internet activists and he told r.t. he believes he's being hunted across the globe. i'm a businessman i'm driven by the success of achieving something in the business world ok that's not a crime there's nothing wrong with that the government is quite exposed here because they went in and was completely prosecutorial abuse and overreach and
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ignoring due process ignoring our rights spying on us illegal search warrants illegal restraining orders illegal spying and i mean the whole war picture when you look at it shows that this was an urgent mission done in a rush to take them down i want them to goal and it was a political decision to do that. and you can watch the interview with kim dotcom in full on r.c. dot com but the mega upload creator is not the only victim all the campaign against internet pirates and to secrecy crusader our own schwartz took his own life to escape being hounded group anonymous his wife hated the website or big u.s. sentencing commission blaming the american justice system for being too harsh and driving the twenty six year old to suicide all that off his website.
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and also rush hour braids and indian feet dry and diesel electric submarine with cruise missiles and hundreds the newly armed bowed to the indian navy. barack obama has been sworn into office this week officially beginning his second presidential term during his inauguration speech prabhat all hail his piled out his vision for the next four years pledging to promote world peace by supporting democracy but many still wonder what that he'll actually keep any promises this time. he's escalated the wars in afghanistan he's escalated the drone attacks around the world so i'm certainly skeptical possibly now that he's in his second term he will stop and think about things but from what i've seen there's been no real activity towards drawing down our military and you know as an american i have trouble keeping track of where our troops are these days where we're intervening
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and so for me to try and predict where it's happening not to mention that there are secret operations going on around the world. do we have our troops in over one hundred countries and we must intervene in the election processes in other places so there's not really any real. activity to do things other than militarily i'm actually worried that other countries you know they see how we do things and they may. go you know go towards the opposite of freedom the opposite of democracy. and let's now check some other news making headlines around the world today the first of six trips on to missile batteries deployed by nato in turkey are operational the dutch system is now on standby in the city of dinar with five more units is said to be the place by the end of the month nature and says the move will help defend turkey from possible rockets fired from inside its conflict on neighbor
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syria but many believe its actual aim is to create a no fly zone to hold the syrian rebels all their ground against government troops . in washington thousand ronit in support of stricter gun controls the modules motivated by the connecticut elementary school massacre that left twenty children and six adults dead president obama has unveiled the most sweeping proposals for curbing gun violence in two decades including a bomb on a military style assault weapons and background checks the proposals have divided the nation with about half of americans insisting it's their right to bear arms without restrictions. but it's well this president has overcome his wrist be richer infraction according to the countries of the nation minister hugo charters will continue to be treated for breathing complications following his cloth cancer surgery in cuba last month the country's vice president recently said
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travis is in his best moment and will return within weeks. sure he should be he should have taken the new oath of office on ten on the tenth of january but has not been seen in public since mid december. jordanian these lawyers who boycotted wednesday's election claimed the vote was rigged and its results will undermine the future of parliament's credibility the government however hailed the poor as a gradual step towards democracy in a monarchy that's seen a wave of protests on his lucic after the reports now from the jordanian capital. beneath the calm facade here in jordan as a simmering crisis the kingdom has remained relatively stable amid the wave of regimes falling in the arab spring wednesday's parliamentary elections are part of the reform efforts undertaken by the government in an attempt to quell popular dissatisfaction i'm optimistic that our political system has taken
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a big step forward if a parliament wants to enjoy respect the very first thing it needs is to be elected as a result of fair election that's what our future parliament is going to be but a balanced parliament just something that is highly likely to come out of the selection it's being boycotted by georgia's most powerful political movement the muslim brotherhood citing a new law that critics claim gives an unfair advantage to regime loyalists the islamists and their allies have branded the elections as worthless. one of the most like why do people take part in the spectacle called the parliamentary elections delusions the way they are know and all the petain and rules the way they are cannot be taken seriously they do not represent the people's will band in many mideast states up until the arab spring jordan's branch of the muslim brotherhood has been a licensed political party for decades but seeing as own contemporaries come to power in egypt in tunisia it is now openly seeking
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a much larger role. in the muslim brotherhood a boycotting the elections because this lower is not in their interest but all the parties are boycotting the elections because they will be held according to undemocratic law. king abdullah and says that he's serious about reform but there are other threats on the horizon. our main problem is become omic unemployment and inflation are rising at the same time that the cost of products is soaring bruce considerable unrest among the population. of. the country has long struggled economically and relies heavily on aid from the western and gulf donors last november saw an eruption of violence nationwide protests over cuts in food and fuel subsidies and other conditions imposed by the i.m.f. according to the billion dollar energy another financial and political concern is
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the flood of syrian refugees hundreds of thousands have fled to jordan with more pouring over the border every day there are worries that the syrian conflict may follow its people into the kingdom where the winners striving for more power a tough situation on the border and a dire economic crisis jordan is finding itself caught between a rock and a hard place due to the boycott the elections are unlikely to produce any meaningful change in the kingdom looks to be in for a long period of uncertainty you see count one of our key amman jordan. for a short break which is exclusive interview with russian on the millenium tycoon or lead terry pasta and then a world economic forum in davos. you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so you think you understand it and then you glimpse something
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else and you hear or see some other part of it and realize that everything is ok. i'm tom hartman welcome to the big picture. mission free cretaceous free transport charges free. range humans free risk free. free. download free blog plug in video for your media projects and free media. dot com you. hear the reindeer is interesting for the burger. and when it suffers people do their best to help.
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this isn't your first time in davos and the focus this year is definitely on trying to get the world economy out of its current crisis mode why do you think one of the key speakers was a me term advantage he was obviously showcasing of russia as an investment opportunity what do you think of the many hurdles at the moment that are not allowing foreign investors to flock to russia because maybe a better opportunity for us it's important to improve you know you know own situation and provides a was. you know more predictable climate. to gives them. more transparent picture of the world and the practice should be change and i think that was the main reason why government officials said there was a double is just to show that they have
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a strong commitment to not to do this what do you think is the first thing that needs to be done and what do you think the government should focus on to really address that restores or should change management of central bank because what you said and there's a whole country all around the world tried to curb problem the rich have been into cells and they turn we have completely opposite direction where with central bank which creates more problems for the gross and tried to support it well speaking of the central bank when you had the opportunity to speak during a prime minister medvedev session the only thing you said was that russia has two great banks d.t.b. and spare bank and that is certainly not enough can you elaborate on that can you tell me why you think that's not enough for a country like russia and what do you think needs to be done in this respect russia not just moscow russia not just resource sector in the russia is the ways to put you into you know from what you are still to some pieces from
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a good. of course. we should have been a better financial system but no one could grow it's enough to mushroom it's not enough to have a rain. national system it's a commitment it was a country commitment you know state institutions soon to send to bankers and people you know to grow proper infrastructure for capital market for the markets we already have a navy you. are tuna juice and beginning of night is where we try to build capital is not even democracy we know and no one has interest in democracy we have lost and in the we are trying to build capital is world capital as well as market economy. people who understand the know how to run an enterprise in a private enterprise and with fail and this failure costs us almost to sort of jaded now would try to develop the country was the market who tried to bring
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innovation we tried to bring. in the end user put unit to. to benefit all told w two without comparing what the cost of capital in the russia and was a country which would want to compete with germany was united states was a career and we have a course of capital in there which four times higher than the same cost of capital and us three times higher in korea and of course it's you know it's not no more put unity and this is what we should do and it's not foreign investment it's not so you know for you know for foreign media or i know it's our homework and we haven't started here well the cost of capital in many ways is tied to inflation so that's one of the issues that should be tackled would you agree with that pillar thrashing the flesh in his nominate her base so everyone knows even center back analysts in the shoulders and would not talk about you know inflation. in the basic you know
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in the. problem in no it's about money supply there is a very basic failure you know we don't have institutions would grow where we don't have middle class we don't have. in the foreign western rich which group which could provide money supplied so it's only sentiment and sentiment should not suit and comfortable chairs in the teachin as a tourist structural problem there is inflation which could because surely bodes in the course what's going on we know the result of. cost of capital in the course of that and this is something we should be changing we did and how do you think it should be changed and how do you think the central banks approach could be changed what is the main problem what is the main reason for it being the way it is the main problem is that people if you look at c.v.s. no one was and so in private banking. and they run you know almost market economy we still have a great in the state prisons was to have
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a lot of an efficiency but it's ridiculous we need to help people who experience a problem we need to hope people who knows what's customer relations what's true customer relations and and solve this issue. it will it will it could run forever you are very big on china. and there's been a lot of talk this time around in davos that africa is going to be the next china you have assets there would you agree with that assessment you know what prevents them from being the next hot spot for growth not go months not stability. not competence the lack of education. you know the resort of work work work is just a dream. for you mentioned the w t o and obviously that's one of the hot topics for russian general we have a lot of expectations but you know nobody really understands how our economy's going to benefit from the accession how do you think it's going to. it will
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not change monetary costs will not benefit for sure that's an opportunity you need to use as a butcher but again if cost of capital and that in korea you know most three times there's an in the russia who would in the worst income portman sound when you're all region instead of a not to buy enterprise in korea you know to have a proper supply base productive workforce and no barrier to bring this complement back to russia is this is the reality in that it's not a charity but what exactly what we're seen industrial people you know government first to prepare economy try to recognize what sector would be developed try to organize support for the sector and certainly not jump into this shark you know in the ocean well do you think that this a lot of available capital is one of the reasons why russia's economy is not diversifying away from its dependence on the energy exports at the rate that
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perhaps some would hope it's one of the one problems we need to have not just so. diversification regional do is to occasion only for in the regions in russia benefit of development for the last ten years. main problem is a human perception still people would not look at the business as opportunity to not to saul you know many problems they still believe that the government should not do some miracle to provide solution which is a huge mistake and of course no one wants to support the business and not on. on the hard issues we talk about and i'm sure for small montreux will grow to discuss we talk about two infrastructure we talk about investments in infrastructure we tried to look at the development in the transportation sector in an interest sector
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that would try to develop a system. ones a customer yearly increase in tears will pay for development of utilities it's ridiculous you mentioned image and the perception that's really also been one of the main issues here everybody talking about the image of russia not quite being up to par not really quite being up to what the reality of doing business in russia is but yet according to many surveys less than thirty percent of russians are actually interested in having their own businesses that's a very low number compared to pretty much any developed country why do you think that is and do you think it's a matter of entrepreneurialism having you know a bad reputation or having the wrong image or do you think there are deeper underlying problems missing just so those are grounds for recognizer so it's hard work and you need to commit to almost whole of your free time you know to
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not to do it we need to help them to grow and we need to reduce barry not to study the business as i said banking system point to oppose access to resources infrastructure and through support of the original girl month and actually fair budget system now we can so that all money from a budget to moscow and serve the distributed nature of its people incentive for regional governors smiler enough to develop substance because then it would be quite worst so there is a big divide between the center moscow and the regions we all know about that and that's also been one of the issues discussed here before on a global level this divide between the rich and the poor the haves and the have nots how big of an issue do you think it is for russia unless we will not work at all so we're in the region like a cartoon book and i was abuse could feel it will it will become even worse in that
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section to create drama. signal for the labor market we have truck to so many people from their republic which actually. the great moral burden for moscow all that says you know some region moscow region some. infrastructure and they actually cruden a will create more tension and this is completely unnecessary the only way to move capital somewhere not so close to moscow is a decided now because it's a mistake and to trade to develop the same way like brazil did play because our star due to that would be very beneficial in the assault approach it looks like china is really driving the demand in the metals and mining sector at the moment do you think that's going to be the trend going forward. because industrial freeze is a new mall commodity companies are programs there was
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a cycle in china development very far as growth rate in term so for consumption all of us come over to us and say create a misperception in the wall it's all we're. in the we need to rationalize old port not to meet demand not to produce in the waste and not to produce. so resources for this talk and this is a reality as well bill less investment in mining sector. in the future and in the west should be very cautious you know to choose what project to call if there will be less investment in the mining sector what other sectors are you looking out for yourself you know we look at the russian development in the fracturing financial sector and construction in the financial sector what are you interested in it's a future story. ok thank you very much thank you.
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