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the the. the going. through all of us up i'm abby martin and this is breaking the sat so qatar is roughly the size of connecticut but the small persian gulf state is emerging as a major player on the world stage in fact it's set to host the twenty twenty two world cup of course an event this size requires an unimaginable amount of building and labor and that's where nepal comes in this is a country of two million people there are currently three hundred forty thousand nepalese migrant workers many of which been assigned to world cup construction but according to several reports from these by the guardian the workers face brutal working conditions long hours lack of pay and wretched living quarters and just yesterday it was confirmed that seventy napoli's labors have already died while working on world cup projects yet both the nepalese and qatari governments refuse
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to acknowledge this massive human rights problem so if you're sick of world powers treating migrant laborers like garbage and tell fifo to pressure qatar and put an end to this modern day slavery. in the book look it was a. very hard to make. sure. that had sex with the territory there's no. such. luck.
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well d.c. is officially closed for business of course the mainstream media is doing a wall to wall coverage on nothing but the shutdown. united states government shut down that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo the two sides are digging in it is day number two of the government shutdown and the day begins with few answers as to how to break the logjam can honestly say that only the republicans are being sensible in all of this and only that and all the democrats are not being sensible really alice yes it's everyone's favorite game show the capitol hill blame game well first the clock was counting down to the shutdown and now the clock is counting up tell them what the american people won johnny actually nobody wins here in fact federal employees are the biggest losers of all as congress continues to twiddle their thumbs while still getting paid eight hundred
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thousand other government always won't be but while the corporate media is putting all the effort to treating this like a new year's countdown let's take a look at what they haven't been covering starting a new york where israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has turned to speak at the u.n. g.a. and after just a few syllables the focus of this speech was clear iran and the demonization of its new president. rouhani doesn't sound like a committee to judge but when it comes to iran's nuclear weapons program the only difference between them is this. judge it was a wolf in wolf's clothing well honey is a wolf in sheep's clothing a wolf who thinks he can pull the dogs the wool over the eyes. of the international community oh a wolf in sheep's clothing i'm shaking in my heels baby you're the man don't be fooled by this new leaders peace offering remember we've been warned before.
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there's an old saying in tennessee i know it's in texas probably tennessee this is fool me once. shame on. shame on you. if you can't get fooled again you fooled the world once now you think you can feel good again. well ahead of the baby you didn't get that phrase generally right and he is one of the best when it comes to instilling fear in fact his central theme was talking about how you ronnie and missiles will be reaching u.s. shores in a matter of years and how secretive iran's nuclear program is of course once again distracting the entire world from the one country that does have a secretive nuclear program and has never officially admitted to its existence yes you guessed it israel and while netanyahu ensures that we don't give peace a chance let's move on to my home state of california a state that has taken on the n.d.a.
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most notably section ten twenty one of the bill that allows for the indefinite detention of anyone without charges or trial and remember the government can simply cite national security reasons for locking you want to sell and throwing away the key but thankfully governor jerry brown of the california legislature are doing something that protect california citizens brown just signed a bill affectively blocking state cooperation with the federal government's attempts to indefinitely detain california so cudos to at least one functioning government body that seems to remotely care about its citizenry i just hope the congressional clowns on capitol hill wrap up their dog and pony show before i run out of material. negotiations for the transpacific partnership where the t.p. p. have been conducted in total secrecy over the last three years now in case you don't know the t p p is an unprecedented series of negotiations not led by world
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leaders but by multinational corporations the negotiations are in their final stages right now but there's still very little public awareness about the entire issue of this massive trade bill unfortunately there's also another problem on our hands president obama is counting on a fast track for the t.p. that would rush it through without lawmakers having. a chance to review the content so here to talk about the latest and the dangers that poses i'm joined by murder flowers organizer of the popular resistance org thank you so much margaret you for having me so the t.p. is labeled as a free trade agreement but i've heard from many people who actually have and why is what we do know about the tax and i've said that it's simply not true it's not a trade deal what is it well it's a rigged corporate agreement and what it really is i mean it has twenty nine chapters and only four or five of them are really our traditional trade issues and the others have to do with dealing with what they call non-tariff trade barriers that means like labeling food so you know what's in it keeping the profit price of
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medications down there they're protecting the patents for the drug companies they keep their prices high and deregulating finance those kinds of things that corporations have wanted to get through congress but they have been able to do it through the front door and how many corporate advisors are we talking about this interesting thing this is being negotiated in a really different way it's sort of congress overseeing it in writing the negotiations six hundred corporate advisors you know monsanto how low burton cargo all the great other universes are trust technically in there that they have to direct access to the tax and they can alter it while their own members of congress have very restricted access to it and they can't talk about it because it's classified if they do see it you know it just begs the question like what who's really running the show you know who's really running this country here if congress can't even look at these massive corporations can i mean it's the biggest trade negotiation almost in history exactly how has it been able to stand in the spotlight for so long i mean i'm not even on the media at all i know that's the amazing thing is i guess you know it's through the corporations control of the media as well as you know the corporate media they've really blacked out they've
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kept it out this is been going on for almost four years and it's really just breaking through recently into the media. you know is there any way for the average person to see the text or do we have to rely on some sort of whistleblower to really use it for me and it would be great if a whistleblower would stand up and do this because this is really undermining democracy in this country and it's going to hurt all of us because it's going to affect our laws even down to the local level will have to comply with this agreement which is beginning being. in secret and the president is trying to rush it through congress so we know what we know from leaked texts and from trade meetings and reports like that but everything we've seen so far is very concerning you know i guess my next question is if obama you know if it is someone known it seems like there's still a vast majority of americans who do not even know about the if you're not on the street they would have no idea who you're talking about i guess i'm just confused why is it that obama's trying to fast track that if it seems like it's not going to be a problem for him to pass it well if it actually had the light of day shined on it if we actually had hearings in congress and looked at the impact it would have on
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our you know our economy on wages on food safety and health care those kinds of things it wouldn't be able to be passed so the only way he can get this through and please the corporations that are writing it is if he rushes it through congress and fast track means that there be no amendments and very restrictive debate on it so it's almost as a preemptive measure before it even gets to the point right where the interesting thing is that this is what the previous trade negotiators said was in order to get it passed they needed fast track because other countries are putting in provisions that are going to harm them and that are not popular with their countries and so they don't want to go any farther and less they know that congress is going to pass it and the only way they'll pass it really is through the fast track very undemocratic process transparent yes unbelievable with this bill affect the average american why should the average american care about that because it's so far reaching it's going to affect something that every person cares about so if you care about the safety of your food or whether there it's labeled to know if g m o's are in it those things would be restricted if you have medications that you need to buy and you care about the price of that those prices to be kept high you care
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about internet freedom the thing is and even by actually a big thing is buy america if you like to buy american products or buy local that would be limited so it really will require that our laws get changed even down to the local level and how we do things and in a way that we have no control over so it really undermines our sovereignty and when people hear that it's you know being an effort led by corporations or the corporations or. writing and managing this whole process can you speak really really briefly about the court system that will be unstated that's thank you for bringing that up it's called the international trade tribe you know this is a court that operates outside of our judicial system where corporations can sue countries if their laws interfere with expected profits so if you if they want to frack in an area and community bands fracking that community could be sued for that for millions of dollars so it really here and around the world what it's going to do is undermine our laws that protect the environment consumers and workers absolutely at the local municipal efforts that are happening to you know label
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g.m.o. has banned fracking and stuff like that or for being privatized exactly you know without the much needed corporate exposure from the corporate media rather how can we prevent this from moving forward well the nice thing is is that it's already been slowed i think because of some public pressure the president had wanted to have fast track by now and they haven't even introduced a bill more and more people are learning about this and working together and contacting their members of congress letting them know that this is not not ok to fast track it through so we can stop fast track if we get involved so everyone has to contact congress tell them you know on the fast track and more importantly no one the t.p.m. in general what you have to do just stop the entire bill from moving forward before writing really gets in public so they our campaign is called flush the people can take the pledge there and they'll get information and tools to take action the primary thing at first is to stop congress from passing fast track and then if they if they don't pass fast track and this comes to congress we have to demand full hearings we need to know the full implications of this bill on us i think otherwise it's you know that's what i'm this is about how you think you saw it murder people
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are is co-director of is our economy great thank you for having me. go ahead i get to talk to joe rogan about everything in the new show us he'd say if you're in. this you. but i still can't understand it and i don't want to good mood but i have this one question which is so for. every thought. that you give them all no. way but what for. it was a way to inform he tried to restrain himself but look it will burst out anyway.
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if it really puts me off that i have such a father. it was one small but very great secret that i have to live with for food or. ukraine a country divided its government's decision not to pursue integration with the european union and for russia instead as western politicians and media in an uproar
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brussels feel snubbed while moscow has a wait and see approach as ukrainian politics is anything but stable the so-called struggle for ukraine is far from over. a few weeks ago i had the awesome opportunity to go on the joe rogan experience with comedian joe rogan joe's podcast has revolutionized the way people look at alternative media but he's much more than a stand up comedian and a host of one of the most popular radio shows in the world he's also an accomplished martial arts expert and self-proclaimed open minded skeptic in fact he has a new show on the science my network called joe rogan questions everything well earlier today joe stopped by the r.t.e. studio in l.a. to talk to me and first asked where the idea for his groundbreaking podcast came from. their original idea came from being on the opie and anthony show the
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way they run their radio show is very similar to the way i do the podcast which is really it's just an interesting conversation and anthony cumia had set up something in his basement whereas the studio is own green screen and professional cameras and i thought it be kind of fun to do stuff like that from my house just as a goof and we started out doing it on ustream and just a couple hundred people at first and then use dream we eventually ported the audio to i tunes and over the course of it's almost four years now it's just slowly but steadily grown to where it is today let's talk about your new show joe rogan questions everything and would you tackle commonly held conspiracy theories you go in there with a completely open mind what's the most shocking thing that you've uncovered so far while the really fascinating stuff was the real stuff. the stuff like when you talk to people who are involved in biology and they start talking about the real dangers of naturally occurring pandemic viruses. that was really pretty intense stuff and
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then transhumanism was probably my favorite episode because i got to talk to guys they were a curse while and talked to more. scientists and people who are involved in actual real work as opposed to people who are claiming to see big photo claiming to see u.f.o.'s or things that may or may not might not be real the really interesting stuff to me was the science stuff the stuff where we kind of explored the potential for humanity and our symbiotic relationship with technology that will get to a point where we can download consciousness well that's what they believe they believe that either that will happen either the possibility of downloading consciousness which also leads to the real question is how many of those can you make can you make an army of you can we have a million abbie martin's out there on an island somewhere just waiting for someone to come say hi that's possible they they don't know they those are questions are going to have to be answered one day as the technology arises sort of like the
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questions of cyber freedom you know those questions in exist and they wrote the constitution because nobody had an idea that people are going to be sending naked pictures of themselves through the e-mail and other people to just catch it out of thin air with a router or something you know so that with those that's was my favorite part of doing that show the idea was to go into these different topics whether it's big foot or ghosts or whatever completely open minded and just see what's up the problem is you see the same thing almost everywhere you see like really a lot of really muddy thinking and that's the real problem with a lot of these conspiracy theories and it became like super evident to me while doing the show and it turned me into a pretty hardcore skeptic i was pretty open my i'm open minded skeptic but most of the time when you're looking at whether it's big. it's. you're looking at crazy people you're looking at nonsense most of the time we've also been a fervent proponent of the psychedelic dye methyl tryptamine or d m t i can tell
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you about my positive experiences that i've had with a lot of different things in life natural psychedelic experiences like the use of an isolation tank and me personally i've gotten great benefit at a certain psychedelics because i think they dissolve ego and i think they offer you a view of the world that may not be possible without it they also might be the root of all religious experiences or at least most true religious experience in fact mainstream scholars in jerusalem are now trying to connect the idea of moses in the burning bush with some sort of a psychedelic experience very possibly d.m.t. itself because the fact that one of the bush is that exists in that area is the acacia bush which is rich in d.m.t. a lot of plants many many plants that contain d.m.t. in it including the human mind the human mind produces the body produce it's produced in your liver it's produced in your lungs and they've even shown recently
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in tests with live rats that they are actually producing pineal the pineal gland itself is actually producing dimethyl tryptamine and that is what they've always thought thought of as the third guy the pineal gland is this thing that sits right in the middle of your your head and literally is your third eye and certain reptiles and actually has a retina in a lens why do you think in our society produces that we don't know it means we need to research it we need to find out there's a lot of theories about it which range from completely fantastical to you know the idea that it's just a part of normal human neurotransmitters and normal human neurochemistry and that when you take a large dose of it you just get this scrambled crazy signal that you can misinterpret for being a conversation with. god you know the actual people who believe it's an actual mystical experience believe that what it may very well be is a chemical gateway and that there is another world besides the material world that
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we exist in and that there is more than one way to to experience this type of transcendent consciousness experience and that there is no psychedelic mushrooms and dimethyl tryptamine and peo de there's a bunch of different ways to somehow or another pass this this rigid dimension that we exist in and experience something that's close by and the detractors will tell you no you're just being delusional you're just you're hallucinating these experiences are not real that may or may not be true but my point of view has always been whether or not you are actually going to a different dimension and experiencing intense love and beauty and a complete lack of ego and an understanding of reality that wouldn't be possible without that experience whether or not it's a hallucination or not it is the exact same experience so if you are actually going to another dimension and communicating with god or whether you think you are
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because you're taking this psychedelic drug the experience is indistinguishable to you and even terence mckenna is work through an anthropological lens talking about the origin of human evolution. and so there is just such a vast history of that kind of taboo to talk about of course because psychedelics are legal there are very taboo sorts of dialogue in our society today and you've also said that i don't follow any organized religion joe but it seems like you're a very spiritual person and what does the concept of god mean to you well i don't you know it's a weird word it gets it gets thrown about by so many different people that have so many different ideas attached to it whether it's christianity or islam or judaism or mormonism what what it means to me the just the idea if you are a race. all religion or race all ideologies what is their own path that people can live that is the most harmonious with nature and with each other is
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there a path is there a path of of love and of understanding and friendship and kindness in is there a way to reach that like universally as a group. as a race as the human race that past would be the path of god you know the idea of god being a guy in the clouds is one dude runs over everything is patriarchal figure that's most likely nonsense but what i've seen taking psychedelic drugs is so crazy that it's way crazier than the idea of a guy in the clouds or the harp the guy in the clouds or the harp is nothing compared to what you'd see on a heavy mushroom trip i think that we all know that there is a really a beneficial and a beautiful way to live life and we all know that there is an absolutely evil way to live life and it almost entirely depends on how your actions and reactions affect people around you one human family working symbiotically with each other to
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make the world a better place and we have to like nonsense because you can't control resources how you going to make money and how you can control the stock market you know it's very difficult to live this beautiful life that we live in los angeles you look behind you see all these cool buildings those don't get made with sort of a hippy and that's that's part of the problem if you want to if you want to ride the high speed rail and drive a nice car well you know you're a part of this crazy gangster system but i think there's also a way to make things sustainable and the long run and i think that that's what's lacking a lot is kind of the short sightedness in terms of the building and technology and a lot of it advances that we do you have the ability to make joe let's talk about the war on drugs here we are we're talking about isolation tanks what you can facilitate these mind blowing experiences similar to psychedelics you know speaking of all the drugs that are legal versus illegal really shocking fifty percent of federal inmates right now are incarcerated for drug related charges yet drug abuse in the country is an all time high why has the war on drugs been such an abysmal
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failure. well it's first of all it's not really a war on drugs it's a war on some drugs and the drugs that are government sanctioned and they're taxing them those are not illegal is alcohol is available almost everywhere you look it's one of the worst drugs we have as far as the consequences of using it it's one of the most screwed up drugs available to people and it's everywhere we just sort of understand that one shot of jack daniels has this effect one beer has that effect and it's because of the fact that it's pretty strictly regulated wear and it's part of our culture and has been for a long time we've just accepted the fact that this drug is that every restaurant you go to is it every supermarket you go to is in drugstores it's everywhere i mean it's amazing and there's nothing wrong with alcohol don't get me wrong i'm one hundred percent down with you being able to do whatever you want to do with your body but we're incredibly inconsistent the amount of prescription drugs that are prescribed this country points to the amount of people in this country that are
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hooked on meth the amount of people in this country that are looked on pharmaceutical drugs these are huge huge numbers and then there's drugs like marijuana which literally her almost no one and my point of view is always been if marijuana turns your life into a loser it's because marijuana got there first like you really had issues with pot is what does it in and it could have been anything it could have been gambling cheeseburgers scratch tickets masturbation you are you might just be a crazy person i don't really believe that marijuana is a bad thing i think marijuana is a tool and it can be used like any other tool like a hammer you could build a house with it or you can hit yourself in the privates if you're crazy you do whatever you want and it doesn't mean that we should get rid of hammers and it doesn't mean we should get rid of pot either i think for a lot of people pot is incredibly beneficial it's incredibly beneficial medically it's incredibly beneficial for people's personalities and helps them relax and unwind to be a little bit more sensitive and be
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a little kinder to each other and make. sex feel better makes food taste better it's an incredible plant it's an alien planet it's unlike any other planet that exists on this planet as far as the amount of good that you get from one thing you can make buildings with it the food you can make food out of it it's hemp see the hempseed has a beetle acids in it incredibly healthy for you it's high in protein i mean it's amazing the different things that marijuana is capable of joe i want to move on to your involvement in mixed martial arts in the u.s. i can't help but think back to the gladiator days at the coliseum and i mean do you think there's something and made in human nature that makes us want to watch humans beat the crap out of each other i wonder i wonder if you know the idea that one day we will be in our version of the end of the roman empire and that if that was the case wouldn't this be the rise in the most popular thing that people enjoy watching people slug it out but i think the reality is all sports are about competition it's
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about people trying to dominate over someone who is like them and to make it the most fair you get people down the same weight class you have them follow the same set of rules you give them a same equipment and the drama behind martial arts competition is something primal it's it knows no boundaries culturally it transcends everything there's certain sports that like we want to accept in america i mean popular soccer has gotten more popular it's certainly more popular than it was when i was a kid but it's still most of america does not care when the world cup is on most of america doesn't fall formula one racing good luck trying to reintroduce it to this country i don't see it happening but fighting transcends cultures it doesn't matter if you're like cricket or you like soccer or if you like watching football people enjoy fights and they can understand what's happening if a ball crosses a line it only means some to do culturally but if somebody punches you in the face it means something everywhere in the world. joe rogan awesome to have you on the
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job. an experience amazing thank you very much always good talking to abby. that's a wrap for us today to be sure to join me right back here tomorrow to break the cycle. i know c.n.n. m s n b c news have taken some not slightly but the fact is i admire their commitment to cover all sides of the story just in case one of them happens to be accurate oh. that was funny but it's closer to the truth and the might think. it's because one whole attention and the
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mainstream media works side by side the joke is actually on we're going to be coming back. at our teen years we have a different pretty. good because the news of the world just is not this funny i'm not laughing dammit i'm not. ok. i've. got to stick to the jokes that will handle the stuff that i've got to.
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there's one thing that i still can't understand what you mean i don't want to ruin your good mood but i have this one question what do you doing this all for. listen to me you had everything to respect authority you gave them all up and decided to go your way but what for. it was a way to inform he tried to restrain himself and find his place in society in spite of this disease. but look out anyway and was that. your sort of not really puts me off that i have such a father. if the only of it was one small but very
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great secret that i have to live with. i am a transsexual woman is where news and now i'm going through a transition period the so-called homeowner will stage when i need to adjust to society as a woman you know that's why i need to change my sex in my possibles in the past participle there's been no surgery as you know no not yet it's very expensive and i don't have enough money to build. only to the right amount first and with the name yuri over dove in my passport people treat me as though i'm a non-person and i can't find a job lawyers don't even believe it's really my passport. you substantiate your claim with a number of medical reports could you present them to me so far you have only
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presented a medical report from professor going to check us clinic or so i thought that report would be enough i didn't think i'd need anything else if you refer to it as a medical statement than you need to have a document proving this clinic really is a magic organization authorized to issue such reports. i don't have such a document will you be able to present it yes i think so when will you be able to present it like concern exact date i'll have to submit a request in five days ten how many. about ten probably it's hard to say exactly the cases are joined to the ninth of september if the clinic refuses to provide you with the necessary documents. and inquiry. didn't it surprise you that they claim you could north a request from the roof yes it did i don't know why they didn't reply it's so
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strange i can't comment i don't know what happened if i had the opportunity i would have done it myself what are you going to do next with your when i'm going to call the clinic and the local registry office i'll try to explain the situation because it's delaying the surgery. itself i told you it to think twice because there was an opportunity that she wouldn't be allowed on a plane with or that the police would detain her i told her to wear no make up
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tearing check in and on the plane she could have put it on later and not before customs a lot of women wear trousers now julip put on a travis high heeled shoes and make up anyway. she was looking for trouble because . of course they didn't want to allow jewelry through the customs because what they saw didn't conform to what her passport sat the ground they call for doctors to check because they saw a woman who according to the documents was a man. i am not recognized in russian law jazz nothing there about me or people tell me that
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anything which is not expressly forbidden must be allowed so i figured that nothing was for that and may be because there's no law saying to the seller of your can go through customs in a dress and high heels so i could do it and i did. hear . him and i didn't just start a fight stand my feet or throw shoes at them i just looked at them smiled and waited till i saw your face. and you were so serious so concentrated. on your profile i'm convinced the top thoughts materialize if you're afraid of something sooner or later you'll have to face it but there's no point hiding the why do that anyway i want to live openly and freely just live transaction as a temporary state on a woman and very happy about the whole since i have all my documents but possibly
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nothing more than three. ladies and gentlemen play please give up your seats to elderly passengers mothers with children while pregnant ladies. but when you were ten when you were thirty you mom i didn't know anything then understand. you had a family you were a normal person. i'm still a normal person i think it's living on your own that has brought it all about. and it's nothing that living alone could do i was born with it the doctors have already told you it's innate it's. why would he believe the experts there's no other way you can't catch it all about genes it's
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a combination of chromosomes and group life doesn't affect it in any way mum white . mom white quickly. go through ok let's take a blood test. from a vein yes give me arms. most of the most of the crux of the issue is the removal of a penis causes your anation problems to be honest i can't even look at it yuck. it seems so strange just to kind of read the studio organ. reserve which is a it will be quite a long operation because we will have to remove part of some blood vessels and adjust your rethrow within the growing oh maybe we could start with removing the
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testicles and then decide yes then you'll have to decide look you know you're so cheerful you because your testicles still produce a little to her yes once that testosterone is gone there will be no such happiness anymore. then we might need to insert physiologically female doses of the hormone to maintain this good mood. you need hormones not for general masculine ization or to make your beard grow will be needed as an effective anti stress agent to have a good mood this is the. truth of it as early as the age of five i started to think it was wrong that they called me and treated me as a boy uppermost i was aware that there were boys and girls could move and they put me with the former all that i knew i really belonged with the latter. but it came as a shock to me i tried to analyze myself and came to the conclusion that i couldn't
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change anything so i just withdrew into myself for the many years with the woman was one small but very great secret that i had to live with morning and was right there. was a crucial difference between you and me as a child at school i didn't consider why i was one of the children gave me a hard time they bowed to me didn't talk to me and inside. to me. i was an outcast but the story of my life is based on what was a great tragedy from my mother to shawn she believed that she had to give birth to daughter so that there would be someone to look after her when she's old but you know if you call that was her life plan so when after labor the doctor told her it was a boy she got hysterical and she said take him away it's not my baby she was convinced the babies had been switched out and i saw mom was suffering because of me just
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because i wasn't born a girl i feel guilty for something that wasn't in fact my fault amash it's this feeling to kreutz i was delighted to be a woman willing to i took an interest in all aspects of my mother's life i tried to prove i was worthy of her love and if she could only feel love for a daughter i was determined to become that daughter for her. both of the goals. and you were arguing when we were choosing this t.
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shirt i was afraid it would be too big for me. to be in fact to size up would have been better if i told you that you needed a bigger and with a look to the song mommy knows best at least today after i do jewish hair she looks beautiful and usually an ugly one i don't do your hair that well you mean you're not as beautiful or can't help crying just looking at it. through didn't come off that do something normal. so how calm here at the top end you have a cool hairstyle that folliot my hair looks like a bush you have what you have to look the volume is so nice you're sure from your lips to god's is. ungrateful pig no way. i think i've spent too much time with to where i want to leave a come life of my own and enjoy the high level i've managed to achieve.
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and i have one more thing to ask of you don't undergo any surgery mom i am asking you when you are moment dry to understand one simple thing my whole body has changed i'm a woman now and i can't have male organs i'm a woman as you try to understand it once and for all. you cut thirteen doesn't matter you have to admit a woman can't have male organs even if you come to the doctor to do this operation it's called to me term name and what people call it it's cold castration but the organ remains anyway. that removing that is the second stay after a year i can remove absolutely everything is just much more expensive. but you know
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you are aware that you're not that young and i know do you realize that i could have died three years ago i tried to kill myself do you understand that that i have gained another three years of life the good woman asked for the suicide rate is almost ninety percent. are they all like that they are weak people they are not very strong people my name is julia. oh i'm speechless because i've almost completely forgotten what i wanted to ask. after the break you'll meet the person who was always the closest man in julia's life that's a father what it is if he can meet a serious said yes absolutely he hasn't seen him for ages will he even recognize him you can see for yourself after the break.
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with mike stronger there are no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune into a report. in judea some of you all of us want to love and respect myself i have i promise that i shall never cease working on myself and from this day on be true to myself for better or for us for richer for poorer in sickness and in health. i will love and accept myself until the day that i die i challenge myself to live in complete harmony with myself and to lead a happy life good kids. can good relations again on the day when you've accepted yourself. why did you boys there was no the way i couldn't live as a man. who i could see neither father nor hosp and i know that on the woman.
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which i'm not ok it was your first marriage what about the second that was immediately after the first and what's more i don't know it's still a mystery to me well you said to her my re i love you will you marry me i was trying. to fit in that's yes i mean i tried to kill myself but i think it's actually easier to be a man i know with you it's physiological but if we're talking about living in a society a woman has a responsibility as. if you have to look good where make shave your legs polish a nail so you can just walk around in worn out boxer you can do that it's creepy of course not before it's but i want to do that waves and a man can wear socks with holes in it too short and sweat pants and play pocket for . and who will complain clue in about why.
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he's in there good and bad well i'll tell you a secret i hope no one will hear me even with a dent like that he is a god with a huge belly with no interaction he believes he's a cool guy because he can dive a woman and find another one there always be someone who will be happy to have him always. there with you i had a number of sham marriages well one was official right another marriage another baby and still nothing nothing changed about only that i was still the same person i had always been with but most of all the divorced i supported my child my nan shelley and helped as best as i could when we divorced she was eight or nine months maybe a year old. now she's twenty six. i guess i wouldn't recognise her if i met her on the street.
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who i spoke to on the phone and we had great to meet over. there the more i thought i could give myself a little treat and meet the person who has my own blood flowing through. to me a clue. to the scene of your i was there anything rena texted to say she couldn't make it and she had a lot of things to do she couldn't come which was a pity much and i feel so stupid and upset. i doubt a reading i knew it was my birthday she couldn't mean it to be such an empty present
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the worst time for me was when i was forty five it was a tough this year of my life in may the deepest impressions i've ever had in my whole life i realize that it was too late i was way past the critical stage and i was depressed it's a most dangerous suicidal state for a hit boiling point. to my second attempt to commit suicide failed which i decided there was not much point in trying again for a third time it was much better to see what would happen if i started taking hormones for going so that's what i did.
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where back exactly where we stopped last time i asked you for a document for any relevance so typical as that could prove that the clinic has a license can you present such documents are not i can't present such documents you've come to the hearing unprepared again what next what do you expect us to do take my word for it. of ms but i believe in anything. that i want to do now. the case wouldn't matter anymore. if i meet him i will have nothing to say to him and i can imagine. what i will do if we can i tell him i certainly want to say hello and i don't want to say hello julia either you or i could but i
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don't want to. bring i don't want to encourage him i'll never pat him on the shoulder in an operating room and say go on man if he feels that male member prevents him from having a happy life he's free to remove it and i won't come to the hospital with a banner saying no to julia sole of your i won't do that when he's never done me any wrong after he became a woman although he did me a lot of bad things before but it really puts me off that i have such a father anyway no matter how you look at it i feel ashamed. oh oh i'm going to do when i have children of my own i won't be able to tell them that this is their grandfather but i can't go for a walk with him or come to his place on saturday to drink beer and watch football to do all the simple things i would like to do.
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i did not fall in love with him what i felt was pity you when i saw him for the first time he had our eyes of the beaten dog thrown out on the street he's had this desolate look in his eyes all his life and had always felt he wanted to be me no woman i mean for example he would ask me to stand in front of the mirror and point out that our foreheads look alike and some other things. when i was pregnant with terrible texaco's it's the first thing i wanted to know was whether it was a congenital disorder when i found out it wasn't i come down at least i will have a baby i thought you meant if after this operation you behave here all these ten twenty thirty years that remain. chain. let him do it if it will make life
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easier for him because in fact it's himself that he's struggling with and working don't disturb me why i don't just mean he should have thanked everyone that he hold no grudge and forgive everyone but if that it's not too late for that even know you meant everything will work out for him or her. not. doing it the job you're doing now is humiliating lucia's difficult no humiliating how is it demeaning i do my job properly but psychologically you're still a tease mom i need the money i'm just earning money i know i know humiliating but
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you can do it all your life i'm not going to i've already told you i'm leaving for moscow i've been offered a job that. this mother of positions for having examined the documents presented to the court records role to dismiss the claim by hearing over there from macon amendments in the birth certificate. that its present project may be in accordance with a lot of names up on it but at. what do we do now when you bring amy i know how difficult it is feverish and it's
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very important for me don't be offended you know i'm not my child can't you see that i'm definitely not going to answer to the name you are trying to understand that and tell dad well use another name when you have one already have another name in all the medical statements you don't have it yet don't be offended mom you have to understand one very simple thing i love you and i want you to love me too i'm a clever woman i know what to do i've been loving you all my life i've lived my life for you. does the course there when i die i don't want to have the name your ear all the dogs on my tombstone or the other manure it really sets my teeth on edge and i know i won't be able to make many decisions by then you know you're new to the new you'll never even get to see it from arthur met them if thought of it frustrates me
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if you're watching i really don't want that to be a man's name a much tombstone. would be better not to have a dr at school. but he's your son to come any one be closer to him the new i think most people will sorry for her. you heard his father saying that it would be easier for him if his son killed himself and what i think his life is difficult to reason on happy man any suffering but what of that. my name is julia. her. it. was
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a look it was a problem very hard to take a look to get the money or a plug hat you ever had sex with her rick perry. about. the i'm told. to slowly look look look look look. look look look look a. the ability. i'm the president and
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a society i'm big corporation trying to convince us to consume consume consume and the banks are trying to get all that money all about money and i'm a vastly sick for a politician writing the laws and regulations the tax rate bankers coming up. there is just too much crap is it a side. that. i would rather as questions to people in positions of power instead of speaking on their behalf and that's why you can find my show larry king now right here on our t.v. question. i
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