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  • user In full: Interview with President Zelenskyy

    This quiz is based on Zelenskyy interview to Sky News.

    What is needed for Ukraine to win the war with Russia.

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  • user The Propaganda War

    The "Propaganda War for Ukraine" is a documentary exploring the propaganda and disinformation campaigns of Russia and Ukraine during the ongoing conflict. The war is fought not only on TV but also on social media platforms. Both sides use strategic communication and influencers to spread their message.

    The video shows how media-savvy influencers like Alexey Arestovych and President Zelenskyy use social media to reach their audiences and promote their narratives.

    The conflict has also seen the spread of false information, and the documentary highlights the dangers of propaganda and the importance of critical thinking.

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  • user What Will It Take to End Russia's War on Ukraine? | The Agenda

    The video discusses the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, one year after Russia's illegal attack on Ukraine. The estimated death toll is around 200,000 Russian soldiers, 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers and 30,000 Ukrainian civilians. The video also includes an assessment by columnist Diane Francis on the current state of the conflict and what is needed to bring it to an end. They discuss the role of the United States, China, and India in the conflict, as well as the potential for a sit-down meeting between Ukrainian President Zelenskyy and Russian President Putin. To bring an end to the conflict, Francis believes that providing weaponry to Ukraine, tightening sanctions, and being open to a sit-down with Putin are essential.

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  • user Joe Rogan: How Will The Russia - Ukraine War End?

    In this video, Joe Rogan discusses the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and how it might end.

    The speaker believes that the Russians see this as an existential fight for their survival and that they are fighting badly. He believes that a direct fight between NATO and Russia would result in a large number of casualties, and that the use of nukes is a possibility for the Russians. The speaker argues that there are good reasons to support Ukraine in this conflict to avoid a general nuclear exchange.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d5mQ66MlVM

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  • user Why Ukraine Re-Taking Crimea Will Destroy Russia

    Video discussing the possibility of Ukraine re-taking Crimea, which was annexed by Russia in 2014. The Ukrainian president has announced that his war goals include finally returning Crimea back to Ukrainian control. The Ukrainian army has managed to push back the Russians along the front line, and reclaim some territory. However, Crimea remains a difficult and challenging objective due to its geography. Crimea is nearly a separate island and is connected to the European mainland by a narrow isthmus that is heavily fortified by the Russians. Additionally, Crimea has a vast coastline and beaches, making it hard to defend. The video analyzes the different ways the Ukrainian army could try to take back Crimea, such as airborne or amphibious assaults, and explains the risks and difficulties involved.

    https://youtu.be/MFYDYSYapz4

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  • user 10 biggest world threats of 2023, ranked | Ian Bremmer

    The video discusses the top 10 risks that the world is facing in 2023, as ranked by impact, imminence, and likelihood. The risks include water stress, the influence of TikTok's most diverse and activist generation, political divisions in the United States, global development setbacks, cybersecurity threats, climate change, US-China relations, technological authoritarianism, nuclear weapons, and global supply chain disruptions.

    There are a few more significant issues that will have implications for global politics, economics, and security. It is important for countries to work together to address these challenges and find peaceful solutions to prevent further destabilization.

    https://youtu.be/-QvFkwyX28c

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  • user An Honest Discussion About A Universal Basic Income

    The video discusses the concept of Universal Basic Income (UBI) and how it has become a topic of discussion due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The narrator discusses the advantages of UBI over traditional welfare systems and how it could revolutionize the modern economy. However, the video also presents the problems associated with such a scheme, such as who will pay for it and how it will be funded.

    https://youtu.be/wMGAt4EC77w

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  • user Canada Is Dying | Full Movie

    The documentary "Canada Is Dying" explores the severe drug and violence problems in Canadian cities, primarily Vancouver. It criticizes current policies promoting "safe supply" of drugs and decriminalization, instead advocating for better treatment and recovery initiatives.

    https://youtu.be/_RaWzJUeT0o

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  • user George H.W. Bush: War Criminal, CIA Spy, Oil Tycoon, Embodiment of US Elite

    George H.W. Bush, former US President, had a legacy of war crimes, CIA involvement, and being an embodiment of US elite. He refused to apologize for atrocities committed by the US and had close ties to the oil industry and Saudi Arabia.

    https://youtu.be/jAD8T_ajvbg

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  • user $2/Litre - Why Are Gas Prices in Canada So Ridiculously High? | Politics Explained

    Rising Canadian gas prices, attributed to limited refineries, pipeline capacity, high taxation, including carbon taxes, and government environmental policies. These prices could potentially reach $2 per litre, driving public awareness.

    https://youtu.be/rtgou9XiRzk

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  • CIA Spy on Mind Games, World War 3, China, Russia and the New World Super Power

    Former CIA spy Andrew Bustamante discusses the power of manipulating people's perceptions, the potential onset of World War III, and the rise of new superpowers. He also shares espionage techniques and their applications in business, alongside personal anecdotes and insights about human behaviour.

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    The "Propaganda War for Ukraine" is a documentary exploring the propaganda and disinformation campaigns of Russia and Ukraine during the ongoing conflict.

    The war is fought not only on TV but also on social media platforms.

    Both sides use strategic communication and influencers to spread their message.

    The video shows how media-savvy influencers like Alexey Arestovych and President Zelenskyy use social media to reach their audiences and promote their narratives.

    The conflict has also seen the spread of false information, and the documentary highlights the dangers of propaganda and the importance of critical thinking.

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  • Новий Квіз - Aug 27, 2023

    дата створення 27 серпеня 2023

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  • user Capitalism and Socialism: Crash Course

    In this video, John Green discusses the evolution of capitalism, emphasizing its historical and cultural dimensions. He traces capitalism's development from mercantile capitalism to industrial capitalism, highlighting key shifts and their consequences. The role of enclosure in increasing agricultural productivity and the rise of capitalist values, like risk-taking and innovation, are also explored. The video underscores the enduring debate between capitalism and socialism and how they shape economic and social structures. Overall, it provides insights into the complex historical forces that have shaped modern economic systems.

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  • What Does This War Mean for the Future of Mankind and Today’s Civilization?

    Panel discussion on the war's impact on civilization, with experts highlighting its existential threats, impact on global leadership, and historical parallels.

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  • user Why Alberta says it's entitled to half of Canada's Pension Plan | About That

    The Alberta government wants out of the Canada Pension Plan — and the province wants to take more than half of the pot with it. Andrew Chang breaks down how Alberta arrived at its $334 billion take-home figure — and why some experts say the province needs to double check its math.

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