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ah, there is nothing more valuable in human life. and as the last american soldier boarded the plane to leave afghanistan, hundreds of americans, and those who have aided the us military, lost even more hope celebrations, parade, mach funerals for americans. nato allies were held, and a gunfire was heard throughout the bull. as the taliban not only celebrated their victory began to inventory all the millions of dollars, the equipment which was left behind. and while the, by the ministration continues to compliment the taliban and say, the military equipment left was decommissioned and not working, condition, disturbing images and videos of taliban members, gloating and u. s. gear carrying us weapons and flying us helicopters, please surface. this is taliban leaders boasted the air filter will now be a base for jihad, for almost. we're going to bring you the latest from the read,
as well as the truth about the weapons left behind are still capable of. so here in the usa, the f b, i found a recent attack on a police station in dallas, which killed a lift driver was inspired by foreign terrorist. is this assigned for the future and where your children are spending too much time playing video games? well, one country has decided they are going to be the ones to turn them off. we will tell you which one and their justification. i'm just kind of using. you're watching new views right here on our tea america. let's get started. ah, we start with the latest rough, dennis stand after president joe biden address the nation now that the last military flight has a couple artist, john, how he is following the latest from the administration and joins us now to discuss . so john, what's the message the president was trying to get across and is very,
what's the word? passionate speech he gave? so bottom line is that the president really maintained and continues to maintain that it was the right decision ultimately to leave afghanistan for america to leave afghanistan, as we now know, as messy and as deadly withdraw. as it turned out to be, the president saying, america will maintain the fight against terrorism and afghan stand, while also lauding the u. s. his efforts to evacuate in this massive air left, both americans and afghan as afghans from the country. as it fell into the hands of the taliban, call it not a mission of war, but a mission of mercy was in here. in april, i made a decision to end this war. as part of that decision, we set the date of august 31st for american troops to withdraw. this sumption was more than 300000 african national security forces that we had trained over the past 2 decades and equipped. would be a strong adversary in their civil wars with
a tale bon. that assumption that the afghan government would be able to hold on for a period of time beyond military draw down turned out not to be accurate. president biden taking shots and asking the president sharp connie for as he described, flea in the country when the taliban seized control as the taliban was seizing control and the government corruption that ultimately led to the afghan army and governments disintegration while also president biden also threw shade on former president trump who bite and said made a deal with the taliban and released $5000.00 prisoners, including taliban commanders that put his administration according to president binding in a tough position. so we're left with a simple decision. either follow through the commit may by the last administration and leave afghanistan or say we weren't levy and commit another tens of thousands
more troops going back to war. now the president maintain that the massive vacuum evacuation effort and air list that he called an extraordinary success was never expected to be an easy or seamless effort, but instead designed for stress an attack. still questions remain. what happens now with afghanistan? what will be america's involvement going forward and further? how will the u. s. extricate any and all remaining us citizens or africans with dual citizenship, who helped america, and want to leave. also those with special immigration visa, special immigrant visas as these were those green cards. us permanent residency with us bases and neighboring countries bite and also said that america can carry out what are called over the horizon operations, including those on isis k. but look with so many questions remaining in such a deadly and complicated history in afghanistan really still haunting america and
the heated political battle raging stateside. here in the u. s. the country world will likely hold president biden, to his own promise, and his own words. i refuse to continue a warrant afghan stand, the war should have ended long ago. scottie, well, john, how are you? thank you for. continue to watch all of the vantage funding. i, you have the president speak then immediately afterwards you have his press secretary, she gives her a white house press conference. it's like she's cleaning up what the president did . and then i imagine the pentagon we've already seen is scheduled a press conference for tomorrow. so obviously it's like, can you guys all get on the same page? do one press conference because each one seems to change the story. but good news is we have you following every single detail. thank you john. heidi. as of tuesday, the taliban had a full control of couples airport. a day after the us completed its final withdrawal ending its longest for ever. r t a senior correspondent moore. i guess you have is incredible. with the latest developments there and the taliban message to the world, blah blah. how you all was going to have
a message to any possible invader that anyone who looks to done with bad intentions . they will face what the united state has face today. there is something of a sense of relief here and that sense of relief isn't because the americans have gotten that that relief is being built by diplomats but by civilians here. and that is the new more incident took place. as the evacuation was rattling up at capital airport, the taliban went into the airport proper. they are now in control of the airport. they, when they inspected the place, allegedly they're now in possession of even more aircraft left behind by the ass guy military left behind by the united states and its allies. from what we've heard, many of the, the jets, the aircraft at the airport were made dysfunctional. so, so they were purposefully destroyed only one province,
that the steel holding out against the taliban. though even that even that is surrounded as for the evacuation, what the united states has been said, while aside from them praising almost the title by saying that they were helpful and useful and holding up firm perimeter around the airport. the united states sees this evacuation. what happened here? as a success, we worked in pencils to evacuate and relocate and work alongside us. and our particular risk reprice. we've gotten many out, but many are still there. so many people, hundreds of american citizens alone. never mind your opinion, citizen. just yesterday we met people who had british, possible to australian passports, and that was just a small number of people that we met. and they've all been left behind. they were unable and deeply this. if they were able to get to the airport, they weren't allowed inside either by the time but by the truth,
that the native troops there who wouldn't let them in, despite them sure, and papers, and passport they wouldn't let them in until they had prior approval. the taliban itself is said that yes, these people will be allowed to leave. i molested the taliban, obviously, bugs international recognition. nevertheless, only time will tell if these people will be able to get out of of got it done. so while the white house might not be able to have an accurate count of those americans still left in afghanistan, those and they are left are in despair. their safety becoming more dire. and the last american troop left as reports of door to door hunting is being done by the taliban. for those who sympathize or helped native forces and public safety executions of those not complying with telephone taliban roles are happening. what options are left for those in the region who want to escape to help us? the answers were joined by journalists below sar. warry, who left afghanistan,
i think last week with his family law. thank you so much for joining us on what can be can term is a very historic day. well, that's a positive or negative mark in history. i think it's probably very negative for the united states. thank you so much for joining us. thank you. good to be with you. ask you how dangerous is it right now for those americans, or anyone for that matter who worked with usa and nato and our allies in afghanistan who are still there? well, there's a sense of fear and uncertainty prevailing in the hearts and minds of especially generation ones who are working with the united states military government or other western countries. they were promised that they wouldn't be evacuated, but then that evacuation. and the 11th hour came with artificial timelines. people are still paying for their lives, not problems and across many provinces. as far as the american and other citizens
are concerned, i don't know exactly how many people did. and why, for example. ready the conditions on the ground, that sense of an answer can be applied to them because the political leadership are very savvy and the end of the stage it did miss the international funding, for example. but then the military commanders need to ship out about it on rigid one, been victims of us now. yes. like nitrate lost family members and they've been really influenced. i for the, for example, they have known all the destructiveness that one can think about. the insurgency. that's american mostly. busy fund government and then you got the
level from rural and then been brought in to basically offer a city of at least 6000000 people who are very complex neighborhoods and alleyways i crime rate i unemployment rate at the moment. you know, it's important to note that a lot of times have a functioning government. people still are waiting outside of the bank, waiting to take out money. that does not really exist. $200.00 limit that is not enough to buy food commodities, booking or rise bread for example, or gas for cookie. and even that means that people have to wait for days and hours well, and that's going to take time to set up now. so take structure and organization and there's a lot of different dynamics that are going to go into that. but they are having to deal with this present situation. those that are there, whether they are americans or they're aft, can use it as they have. obviously a generation, it's grown up underneath the last 20 years. are there ways actually for them to get
out of the country that you have heard of the, you know, of. and how is that with us for the nato forces being officially withdrawn? what i want to son is a landlord country and the roads, for example, leading up to iran as a back stand. and that might be safe for the 1st time over the last 20 years in terms of you know, there's not fighting, but there are roadside bombs, for example. the highways are infested. the roadside bombs, tyler bond are in control. but these companies are really close their borders and whether you talk about that illegal ways of going into these countries, you face being struck by member the forces of these countries. and you also have a situation where trade is something that is not happening in us. i want to sign is an agriculture you can see, but it's always the light on importation of the weekend. right.
and i remember covering this war over the last frontier specific over the last few months. i noted that i think started the season. so farmer, the last the home of brian is that 3 that awesome this. right. and these losses are huge, massive when you talk about fights and fighting inside the major cities across, understand businesses are also impacted. so all along, i'm afraid i want to vote ahead is one of our ships and i'm certain prevailing and it's all about not being able to really make that transition from fighting into problems. and so far, so far, like failed to form an inclusive weight which seems to be a predict weather. it said by the western times the right and tell them i want to get messy and future funding and they're going to have to get finding their african
for the people real quick. before i let you go, there is this real money answer being given by the, by ministration regarding whether or not us officials provided to the taliban. a list of those they'd work with a kill list. let's say it's true. what is the fate of those names on the trip on the, on the list? will they actually be able to go through some, for some sort of judicial, to digital service to find out whether or not they're guilty? i can't really comment on something that i don't know, but i can tell you that a generation of, of one, especially those who work with the americans and everyone else ought to expose dan bernard, especially at the village district level. and they was promised that they would be evacuated. and now that number is very big. i know, personally people reaching out to me, people are so stuck, so it is not the rosy picture. and the u. s. president this fan thing and it was after on an evacuation, then the 11th hour, no matter what the reasons us for the former men that such
creation will trigger a crisis of confidence. generation of 5 on the feel deeply displayed by their own government. leaders will fled upon them, but they also feel that said, well, i think that's a feeling right now that the a lot of americans can actually understand and very much so deeply, sorry for what they've done. thank you so much for joining us. and my prayers are best for the continued safety for you and your family, and all the other afghans. now, i discussed the capabilities and the thousands of us made a weapon to machinery that were left behind. we bring in former pentagon official, michael, michael, you just heard loud. talking about, you know, doesn't about kill us, but obviously there's a lot of, of things that were left behind in afghanistan. we learned a lot of weapons behind. now the u. s. press secretary said for the pentagon said, oh, they destroyed it. they actually took out, was the most important pieces of these key pieces of military machines. but can
those not just be replaced or repaired and back up and running. so sure, of course, and your and the higher a lot of foreign contractors come on in. they've got the money now and, and there will be interest in and salvaging what's there. yeah, it can all be retrofitted and consolidated and used again. and this does not what was left a bad room. it does not include the equipment that they capture on the african security forces that just left their equipment and that's all operational. now the question will be on some of the more sophisticated like helicopters and especially helicopters in the plains, the bomb or any other planes. yeah, it's going to be difficult to keep those flying high maintenance. they are high maintenance, there's no question about, but they can use them for they can then they can cannibalize from others and bring in foreign contractors all over again. you offer money, you're going to get foreign contractors and it's, it's, we basically left them a treasure trove. they'll deal with what is there,
it's more than what they've ever had. and i'm afraid that it can be used not only by tele bob, but could be used by other military groups that might be in the area. and certainly, isis is there and they can, they, they know this stuff as well. and they're very familiar with the equipment and you're seeing, you're seeing the, the telephone flying around and, and using the home v. so what was, what was really destroyed and why, why, what was the point of not destroying it completely for my other thought? is that the, all of these other foreign entities that can come and repair it? can they learn anything that they don't know about american military technology? they didn't already know. it's sort of aged. perhaps the technologies that were embedded in some of the more sophisticated equipment like, like in the helicopters, that might have been destroyed. but so what i mean, either that or replace it, everything that was left, what do you consider to be that the biggest jewel, the most dangerous going for that we used against our own soldiers?
well, believe it or not, i think just simple guns and howitzers, artillery and communications equipment, night division was any of that destroyed. we have no account for all the time we left our wrong military drones or the love of god. just step on, i've been crushed them before you. i mean, why would you not in any way what would be a justification for the americans leaving as much as we did sitting right there for what we have fought against the last 20 years. well, they, they can use it at any time or repair, replace it, or they may have, such as, i don't take at face value, what the pentagon said about destruction. i want to see the videos of them destroying it. i haven't seen that, and we just have to take their word for f at this late stage of seen the, the how things have just fallen apart. you can't take the word for anything at this point. well michael, what we're learning here and i think the taliban leader said the best. anybody else who tries to fight us, they're going to face the same thing that the american face. they see this is a victory, and it should because like you said, they have a treasure trove,
a weapon that they've never, in fact, i think they've got more weapons now under their command than many other nations. and they're absolutely, and the telephone is going to be challenged ultimately by isis. well, that's it. there's lots of other tears or yeah, i would like to have that power. like always thanks for talking with me. my pleasure. now detectives are looking deeper into a shooting that happened in a dallas suburb on sunday. the f b. i are now involved as invest, looking determine whether the shooter was motivated by foreign terrorist arts. corresponding touches suite has more on this developing investigation of bizarre shooting. and texas, sunday is still under investigation after a man who has lyft driver. he then uses her car. dr. local police station at an open fire, but doesn't have terrorist ties. on sunday, 33 year old iran li rashid ordered a lift from his home, and garland, texas, a dallas suburb, isabel lewis picked him up and at some point was shot and killed by rashid. her car
was found in front of a local police station. that's where she'd open fire, according to police officers responded in the lobby of the station where she was shocked and later died at the hospital from his injuries the sunday. now where she left a letter according to the f. b, i office in dallas a little, keep investigators the impression that he may have been inspired by foreign terrorist organization. however, at this time, police see they do believe rash. he'd acted alone. it's also unknown why rashid shot. louis, as police say that she reportedly did not know each other. now this is not the 1st time the f b. i has heard of her. she's name back in 2010 through 2013 where she was a suspect in a counter terrorism investigation. the case was closed after a, she was determined to not be a threat. a special agent from the guy dallas office said the original terrorism task force is also cooperating in this investigation. now back in 2018, the f b. i also let off nicholas cruz who was being investigated before carrying out a florida school. shooting and local police were not notified of any red flags.
reporting for news view, choose a suite are key word. your children are spending too much time playing video games. one country is decided they are going to be the ones to turn them off. that story after the break. the. ah, ah, ah, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy plantation let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very political time. time to sit down and talk to
and the time spend online playing video games during the global pandemic region all time high as 76 percent of us homes had at least one internet connected device. one country, however, has decided to put a limit on how much time a child can play online, and there is nothing those parents can do about it. joining me now is a bridge of, or has to boom bus john r t and our resident gaming expert. sorry, you will always be the resident game or with me or my, you my, for your own have great conversation. you probably a lot of them. so i'm fine with it. okay, well good. well, this is a good sort of can also kinda commerce because had some stock issues as well when this came out. what is this story and tell me the details on these rules? well, so these details on these rules are essentially children under the age of 18 will be limited to 3 hours of playing online games because they can actually monitor those but online games. and it's one hour per day friday, saturday, sunday,
that's between the hours of $8.00 and 9 pm. they hours can be used on public holidays as well. so you get an additional, a week during the year and learn new year and other things like that. now, the way they're actually going to be able to monitor this is you have to because it's an online game, you have to sign it and you're going to use a real name of verification id basically. so for me it's branch bore. i've logged in. that's tied back to me, i can only play an hour, so there's no real way to circumvent the system. and that's where the only goes on to the video game makers are going to have to make sure that i'll get put in there . and frankly, as we've seen with this increase in regulation with chinese tech companies, what's happened is a lot of these companies, you know, where the united states they would fight against that they have no, we don't want to do that. you know, the pay the fine to try to get around it in china, they generally say, absolutely, we're on it, we're working on it. and that's what 10th that, which is the world. the biggest video game company is based in china. they're saying, hey, we're already working on this, we're going to try and get that done and try to help move this process along. ok.
and i'm sorry, i probably did not mean to interrupt you, but i also want to point out there's a lot been made of this in the last. 6 couple of days that came out on monday, but the fact that they had already had since 2019 they actually had rules on the books for children playing online game that would stop them. beyond playing one and a half hours per day. i don't think it was only limited to 3 hours a day, but there were already limitations. employer kind of use the same time that you like my fortunate to be going right. i was like, well, i can have my 3 hours of mom. i can also log in under you or my sister who definitely doesn't play for 3 hours. are there? i mean, are they going that overboard or do they just followed by the book? well, so that's something that happened after. after this whole thing came out, there was a lot of conversation on chinese social media like we bo, which is essentially the response to twitter, basically saying that, you know, what's going to stop me from using my parents' account. well, i mean that going to be up to the parents, you know, the same thing that we have here in the united states. if you wanna limit your child from playing video games with the doing of the parental controls,
you have to stop them. so that is going to be something that happened in the family there where you're already think this rebellion against mask and parents and within those school boards. be interesting to see if the parents will go for that in regard to their children, to play hard enough to get people to where we started to try to live games. that might be a problem. and more importantly, the time it had to send their children, you know, this comes as a latest from the chinese and here's the bigger picture in regard to target. i commerce and online education real quick. what is the problem with the tech sector? why does the chinese government trying to read it in essentially, there were some people out there who were saying our companies are tech companies are bigger than the chinese government. and the chinese government think hold on, hold on quite a bit. so they're trying to reign them in a little bit and they're trying to bolster other parts of their economy, like manufacturing autos. they're starting to become a big thing. and what that's doing is giving them kind of a backup plan. so if they're closed off from the rest the world, if there's a big trade ward, they're not forced to say that's all we need. bring clarification. thanks for talking to me on this. absolutely,
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would lose millions and millions or is business and businesses good. and that is the reality of what we're facing, which is faster than the ah ah, extraordinary success of this mission. critical skill. helpless courage is united states military in our diplomats. in the headlines this september, the 1st president biden defends america's hasty withdrawal from afghanistan, distressingly outstanding the result of the mission. despite the chaos and bloodshed to us for the 3 final days.