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Nov 22 10:37

DAWN OF EU ARMY: MEPs APPROVE new £420million-a-year SUPER FORCE to defend Europe

THE EUROPEAN UNION (EU) Army will be up and running in less than a year after MEPs today voted for the creation of a super force which can override NATO.

The vote was not supported by everyone in the Strasbourg Parliament after it narrowly passed by 369 votes to 255, with 70 abstentions.

And astonishingly it has been agreed that the EU should also be prepared to act autonomously in cases where NATO is not willing to take the lead.

Nov 22 08:34

Turkish Students In Britain Have Scholarships Revoked In Post-Coup Crackdown

Turkish university students in Britain accused of backing a coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are being stripped of their scholarships and have had their allowances stopped.

The Turkish government has accused 30 students studying in the UK of having links to the Gulen group, headed by the cleric Fethullah Gulen, who it claims was behind the attempted coup of July 15.

Nov 21 19:49

Connecting Two Continents: The Ultimate Engineering Challenge

The Bering Strait was last crossed by humans 20,000 years ago during the ice age, when ice formed a bridge between North America and Asia. Today, 47 miles and some of the harshest ocean and arctic conditions separate the two continents.

However, there are many who believe there would be great economical, sociological, and political value in connecting the two land masses by bridge or tunnel. Imagine being able to travel from London to Moscow to Washington, DC, all over land.

Nov 21 17:03

Obama And Merkel Say Globalization Is Here To Stay

US President Barack Obama strongly defended globalization during his visit to Germany on his final European tour before leaving office.

Nov 21 12:13

Dear President Trump: Just Say No to the Neocons

President-elect Donald Trump in his April 27 foreign policy speech, in which he said:

“My goal is to establish a foreign policy that will endure for several generations. That’s why I also look and have to look for talented experts with approaches and practical ideas, rather than surrounding myself with those who have perfect résumés but very little to brag about except responsibility for a long history of failed policies and continued losses at war. We have to look to new people.

“We have to look to new people because many of the old people frankly don’t know what they’re doing, even though they may look awfully good writing in The New York Times or being watched on television.”

Nov 21 12:10

The Upcoming War On The Alternative Media By The Deep State Mainstream Media

This declaration of war was typified by Google and FaceBook

The Mainstream Media (“MSM”), fully owned and co-opted by the Deep State Plutocrat/ Oligarch Elite, are extremely unhappy that Donald Trump won the 2016 Election.

They did not bank on this, and were completely and totally confident that their trillions of dollars of money issued by the Federal Reserve and international central banks, control of the National Security State as represented by the Military Industrial Complex, and bought and paid for representatives in the United States Legislature (Congress and Senate), Executive Branch, and Judiciary would have ensured their victory.

So what turned this election around, to upset the proverbial apple cart and deliver the Presidency to Donald J. Trump?

Nov 21 11:58

Trump Prepares to Take Over the Fed

Now their little party is coming to an end.

In Donald Trump’s first four years as president, he will not only choose three judges for the Supreme Court, he’ll also pick five of the seven members on the Fed Board of Governors. It would be impossible to overstate the effect this is going to have on the nation’s economic future. With both houses of Congress firmly in the GOP’s grip, we could see the most powerful central bank in the world transformed into a purely political institution that follows the diktats of one man.

Nov 21 11:48

Russia Deploys Nuclear Missiles In Retaliation To NATO "Threats"

While the detente between Russia and US president-elect Donald Trump could not have come at a more tense time, the Kremlin appears to be accelerating its head-on collision course with NATO, and as a highly placed defense official said on Monday, Moscow will deploy S-400 surface-to-air missiles and nuclear-capable Iskander systems in the exclave of Kaliningrad in retaliation for NATO deployments, confirming previous media reports of Russian intentions to once again blanket central Europe with potential nuclear ICBM coverage.

While Russia has previously said it periodically sends Iskanders to Kaliningrad, until now it has always said these were routine drills. Moscow has not linked the moves explicitly with what it says is a NATO military build-up on Russia's western borders.

Nov 21 09:58

’60 Minutes’ Goes To Sweden To Show How Great Refugees Are, Gets Attacked By Refugees

Nov 21 09:23

Tensions between moderate muezzin and salafist imam lead to violence in Amsterdam mosque

An 80 year old muezzin (the muezzin performs the call to prayer) was viciously attacked by the brother of the imam of the Al Ummah mosque in Amsterdam. The 40 year old brother, member of an extreme branch of Sunni-Islam, salafism, and an imam himself fled to Morocco after the attack. The Saudi-sponsored salafist movement is trying to take over the more moderate mosques in the Netherlands, by force and by infiltration. Many call for a ban on this movement, as its goal is not just religious but also political, with ISIS as the most extreme example. These radicals will not hesitate to attack and murder muslims they consider apostate. Or anyone else.
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Nov 21 08:49

THE REAL BARRIER TO TRUMP'S ECONOMIC POLICIES!

EUROPE: "Trump wants Europe to pay more on its defense as he hasn't changed his position on NATO."

Nov 21 08:39

Is French prime minister correct to say ‘Europe could die?’

At a forum in Berlin this week, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls lobbed a rhetorical grenade into the room when he warned, 'Europe could die.' He used his podium to warn Germany to 'invest more' to boost growth across the EU, or face the consequences.

He urged attendees “to hear the anger of the people,” and poured scorn on Angela Merkel’s liberal immigration policy, warning that Europe needs to say more clearly "who can and cannot enter and stay" on the continent.

Nov 21 08:38

2017: "Safe spaces" and Putin-blaming won't save European Atlanticists

I’ve already taken note of the fact that one only has to mention some problems of the European Union and the reactions of our Westernists will boil down to one argument: “Yeah, sure, Europe is rotting, but it still hasn’t rotted since the times of the USSR.” Now, if I say that the EU is faced with the prospects of a real collapse, then our Westernists will probably write something similar to me and accuse me of belonging to Kremlin propaganda.

No matter what, I will say that the EU risks collapsing in the foreseeable future. In the end, there is nothing wrong with being considered a Kremlin propagandist, especially since I am joined by French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, who yesterday said the same thing. Yes, he even used the word “collapse.” What do you think - did Putin buy him or does he really think this?

Nov 20 16:13

By pure coincidence, Norway is reducing its contributions to the Clinton Foundation next year by 87%

Insight from a Norwegian:

I am ashamed of my country. The media here are just as bad as CNN etc..

Often I feel shame for voicing the opinion to my friends that I actually like Putin as a person and president of Russia. I feel like when he speaks to the press etc., he doesn't speak from a piece of paper, he speaks from his heart, and he is sincere and means what he says, he gives the overall impression of a strong leader.

Nov 20 09:47

Italy’s Crisis Turns into a Multi-Headed Hydra

Bank stocks have surged just about everywhere since Trump’s election, with one exception: Italy. In the last month only one large Italian bank has seen its shares rise, and that’s the 500-year old bank at the center of Italy’s banking crisis, Monte dei Paschi di Siena, whose nearly worthless shares jumped to €0.24.

Shares of Italy’s other large banks have suffered heavy losses. Over the past week alone, shares of Italy’s largest bank, Unicredit, plunged 15%, as did the shares of Banca Popular and UBI Banca. Shares of Italy’s second largest bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, fell just under 10%.

Nov 20 09:47

Polish PM Sees Link Between Party’s Rise to Power and Trump’s Triumph

Donald Trump’s election victory arose from voter discontent with ruling elites similar to that which brought Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party (PiS) into power, Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said in an interview with Reuters.

Nov 20 09:14

‘Chaotic & Dysfunctional’ Brexit Plan Impossible To Deliver – Think Tank

Brexit could pose an “existential threat” to the British government because there is simply not enough time to complete the process before the deadline set by Prime Minister Theresa May, experts suggest.

According to an Institute for Government report, Brexit negotiations have come across as “chaotic and dysfunctional.”

Nov 19 18:22

Italy's Government On Verge Of Collapse: Next Trumpian Domino To Fall?

Italy’s government is on the verge of collapse. Prime minister Matteo Renzi reiterated his position just yesterday, he will not hang on if a referendum he seeks does not pass. Polls show the referendum will fail. Then again, polls have not been remarkably accurate recently, to say the least. On the other hand, this poll shows a strong preference to what is labeled “populism”.

Nov 19 08:42

Supreme Court's most senior judge is urged to stand down from crucial Brexit case over his wife's pro-Remain tweets declaring EU referendum was 'mad and bad' 

The Supreme Court’s most senior judge was urged to stand down from a hearing on Britain’s EU exit yesterday as it emerged his wife had posted anti-Brexit messages online.

Pro-Brexit MPs accused Lord Neuberger, president of England’s highest court, of being ‘compromised’ by his wife’s tweets.

Lady Neuberger had denounced the EU referendum as ‘mad and bad’ – and dismissed Ukip and Brexit as just a protest vote.

Nov 19 08:34

Europe WHO? Trump's snub to Brussels as he names Britain but NOT the EU among key allies

DONALD TRUMP delivered a major snub to the beleaguered European Union today in a further sign of the marginal role Brussels can expect to play in his foreign policy plans.

Nov 19 08:19

'The cards will come down' Juncker and Schulz's shocking leadership could destroy EU

THE LEADERSHIP of EU chiefs such as Jean-Claude Juncker and Martin Schulz is “shocking” and could lead to more nations following Britain’s example and ditching Brussels.

Nov 19 08:15

EU leaders meet in Berlin to seek answers on Trump

European leaders head to Berlin Friday to seek assurances from US President Barack Obama on the course that Donald Trump might take, given the populist mogul's pledges to shake up the world order.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Obama is not in a position to speak for Trump. The European leaders need to talk to the next President of the United States if they want to know what is going to be the policy!

Nov 19 08:14

Austria's far-right stokes fears in wealthy countryside

Prosperous, pretty and almost migrant-free -- rural Austria paradoxically offers a happy hunting ground for far-right presidential candidate Norbert Hofer and his populist Freedom Party.

Nov 18 11:34

Dear President Trump: Just Say No to the Neocons

Tell Eliot Cohen to get lost.

For the central canon of the neocon creed has been and always will be a militant internationalism.

The kudzu vine is one of the most invasive plants in existence: you cut it back, but that just emboldens it! You dig it up, but it keeps returning, stronger than ever. It is, in short, the horticultural equivalent of the neoconservatives, who have survived in spite of leading us over a cliff in Iraq, being roundly repudiated by the voters in the last three presidential elections.

Nov 18 09:34

SHOCK VIDEO: 80-Yr-Old Italian Hotel Owner FORCED by Police to House 'Refugees'

Shocking video out of Italy shows an 80-year-old hotel owner try and barricade the doors to his hotel to avoid being forced to house a small army of so-called "refugees," all of whom appear to be military-aged males from Africa.

Nov 18 09:08

Euro bank boss Mario Draghi scrambles to calm nerves as euro SLIDES against dollar

His speech comes after the worst two-week run for the Euro against the Dollar since March 2015.

On Wednesday, the pair hit a near-year-low of 1.0670, but today that the euro to the US dollar was down again at 1.061.

Financial experts have claimed the exchange rate will slip below parity in 2017.

Nov 18 08:44

What democracy? Dutch voters BETRAYED as EU rubber stamps visa-free access for Ukraine

In April the Dutch people voted to reject a deal between Brussels and Kiev which will allow all Ukrainians to visit the Schengen zone without applying for a visa.

But senior EU officials immediately stated that they would simply ignore the referendum result and force through what they wanted anyway.

Nov 18 08:43

Russia Becoming New Center of Gravity for Eastern Europe Against All Odds

The EU's influence over its eastern periphery is rapidly waning. Up until recently the EU used to be a center of gravity for many Eastern European countries, now this center is shifting to Russia, German journalist Frank Nienhuysen notes.

Nov 17 12:33

EU Parliament member’s fund accused of SPLASHING £35,000 on FAKE climate conference

A EUROPEAN Parliament member has come under fire after his movement was accused of splashing thousands of pounds worth of grants from the EU on political campaigns and fake conferences.

Nov 17 12:28

MIGRANT CAMP ABLAZE: Greeks attacked with fireworks by mob in terrifying night of violence

A massive brawl broke out at Souda migrant camp in Greece at aorund 11pm (local time) and at least four people were rushed to hospital.

Riot police have arrested at least 50 people after angry clashes.

Maurading refugees reportedly smashed through a local store and stole fireworks to launch them at local residents.

Nov 17 11:58

Sweden: Hotline Launched For Women to Report 'Mansplaining'

Did your feelings get hurt because a man explained something to you?

Well, if you're in Sweden, you now have a hotline you can call to both report on them and get therapy for your PTSD.

Nov 17 07:46

Classical Greek welcome for Obama: Neither "Earth nor water* for the murderers of the people"

Thousands marched under the slogan "Neither land nor water for the murderers of the people" despite the prohibitions and the effort to terrorize by the government.

Thousands expressed their opposition to imperialist wars and to the involvement of Greece, on the occasion of the visit of US President Barack Obama, and their opposition to the authoritarianism of the government, which decided to ban all demonstrations.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Refresh my memory; wasn't Greece the supposed cradle of Democracy?

Nov 17 07:42

THE “MYSTERY” OF OBAMA’S EUROPEAN TOUR

The first country where Barack Obama began his NATO propaganda tour was Greece. The US president's visit took place against the backdrop of mass protests.

It is very ironic that Obama is speaking about NATO defense in countries which have long been members of this alliance. This points to their disappointment with the practical work of the military-political bloc as well as the growing discontent with the growth of expenses tied to the anti-Russian campaign, the indefinite "Atlantic Resolve”, and the lack of measures to control migration flows.

In addition, Obama is trying to convince Europeans that his successor, Donald Trump, will not take any radical measures affecting the stationing of US troops in Europe and the reduction of costs within NATO. But it is likely that Donald Trump will in fact do so to fulfill campaign promises in the framework of the strategy of isolationism and to restore normal relations with Russia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How can Obama presume to speak for President Trump? Unless his real private message to Europe's leaders is that Trump won't be President for very long, if at all!

Nov 17 07:39

EU says Italy is at risk of breaking budget rules

The European Commission said on Wednesday that draft budgets from Italy and seven other eurozone countries risk breaking EU rules, setting up a row with Prime Minister Matteo Renzi ahead of a crucial referendum.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"The EU rules are 'work your people to death and give us all the money!' You are failing to comply!" -- Junker

Nov 17 00:53

Can Trump find enough fresh thinkers to do the job?

Trump’s Slim Chance for Greatness. Donald Trump must decide – and decide quickly – whether he wants to be a great U.S. President or a robo-signature machine affixing his name to whatever legislation comes from congressional Republicans and a nodding figurehead acquiescing to more neoconservative foreign policy adventures.

Or, to put it in a vernacular that Trump might use, does he want to be “Paul Ryan’s bitch” on domestic policies? And does he want to surrender his foreign policy to the “wise guys” of Washington’s neocon establishment.

Nov 17 00:50

The Donald Trump Cabinet: He Is Not A Masochist

He may temporarily forgive, but he does not forget. This rule of thumb has served him well in transforming his father’s multimillion dollar but fledgling real estate company into the multi-billion dollar international real estate powerhouse that it currently is.

So what gives in regards to the names of his Cabinet that are being floated around?

Mind you, some of the list below was gleaned from the New York Times, so a huge grain of salt should be taken before one delves into this analysis.

Nov 16 17:34

More Eastern Europeans Working In UK Since Brexit Vote

Almost 50,000 Eastern European immigrants found work in the UK in the three months following the Brexit referendum, according to newly released figures.

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed the total number of non-UK nationals working in Britain increased by nearly a quarter of a million, to 3.4 million, during the same period.

Nov 16 12:26

Poland exhumes remains of late President Lech Kaczynski

Over the past six years, the desire to establish Russia's guilt in the crash of the aircraft of the Polish president has evolved into obsessive idea for a number of Polish officials. They claim that it was flight control officers of the Smolensk airport that made the crash happen. Another Polish "theory" suggests that there was a bomb on board the aircraft...

Nov 16 12:25

Czechia rejects US missile defence

Head of the Czech government Bohuslav Sobotka has negatively spoken out against deployment of the US missile defence radar in the Czech Republic. He noted that he's against proposal of the former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani on deployment of the US radars in Czechia, claiming that 'these are fantasies, which are not to become a reality. From the very beginning radars should have been deployed in Czechia given threats from Iran, but now there are none of such, the situation has changed. Relations with Iran are getting closer and more liberal'. The PM noted that a radar in the territory of Czechia would mean further escalation within relations with Russia. 'We should use the window, which occurred after the new US president had been elected, to have Russia and the US sit down at one table'. In 2008 an agreement between Czechia and the US was signed, which presupposed deployment of the US missile defence radar in Brdy, that is 90km to the south-west of Prague.

Nov 16 12:04

Moldova’s president-elect wants citizens to feel proud of their country

Moldova’s President-Elect Igor Dodon wants his compatriots to feel as proud of their homeland as the Russians feel proud of Russia. "A certain part of our society would like to see unification with Romania and another part would like NATO membership," Dodon said. "We don’t have the patriotism you have. I’d like to do the same thing in our country - to enable people to take pride in it. I’m looking at the Russian citizens with admiring envy because you have such a leader (President Vladimir Putin - TASS). I think your President has done much to consolidate patriotism and foundations of the state because it’s very important. A country doesn’t have a future without it and that’s something we’re short of at the moment".

Nov 16 11:29

OBAMA IN GREECE: THE LAST FLIGHT OF THE LAME DUCK

All of Obama’s demands for Athens are a classic example of the pressure exerted on national governments by globalists. Neoliberals demand the renunciation of individual countries’ own interests in favor of a "common good". However, the reality is that following this course leads to ruin, degradation, and sometimes the total destruction of states.

Nov 16 06:14

Violent clashes between police and anarchist protesters in Athens as Obama begins his final foreign tour before handing over to Trump

Violent clashes broke out in Athens today as left-wing demonstrators protesting against a visit by President Barack Obama tried to break a police cordon and were repelled with tear gas.

No injuries or arrests were reported, but about 3,000 anarchists and students marched through the city center in a demonstration originally planned to reach the U.S. Embassy in another part of town.

A second planned Athens protest by Communist party supporters was due to start later.

Nov 15 17:55

Leaked Memo Reveals London’s Lack Of Plans For Brexit

The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May is overwhelmed by the amount of work that is needed to withdraw the UK from the European Union (EU), a leaked document has revealed, showing that London has no plan for Brexit.

Nov 15 11:36

Greek police use tear gas against demonstrators protesting Obama’s visit to Athens

Leftist demonstrators protesting against US President Barack Obama’s visit to Athens have clashed with police, who used tear gas to disperse the crowd as people tried to break through cordons.

Some 7,000 people took to the streets of central Athens on Tuesday to protest Obama’s visit to the Greek capital, Reuters reports. The demonstrators initially planned to walk all the way to the US Embassy located in another part of the city, but the procession was disrupted as protesters clashed with police officers.

Nov 15 11:13

‘Stop acting like cry babies!’ French foreign minister tells EU to man-up over Trump elect

"The US is slowly detaching itself from the EU, which could explain why Western leaders have been acting like cry-babies and whining so much since his election victory was confirmed last week.”

Mr Védrine also said that all plans for an EU army should be tossed aside: “EU leaders are too delusional: they have to stop making promises they can’t keep. They are incapable of defending themselves alone. They need the Americans.

Nov 15 11:13

Italian PM Renzi REMOVES EU flag from press conference as he turns his back on Brussels

AS ITALY prepares for a momentous referendum that could see it exit the EU and its prime minister toppled, political leaders have been using the success of Donald Trump to carry them to victory.

Nov 15 11:03

Syrian man with four wives and 22 kids gets fortune in welfare

Anger is growing among Germans. They are outraged by the recent exposure of the consequences of Muslim mass immigration.

Because as it turns out they have to pay a fortune in social assistance to a Syrian man with four wives and 22 children who now live in Germany.

The case is very similar to one in Denmark, where a Syrian man with 3 wives and 20 kids gets DKK 214,000 in child benefits, which caused outrage in Denmark and proposals for changing the law.

Nov 15 10:02

Trump, Europe and Russia: 'More EU States Likely to Try to Ease Sanctions'

Following Donald Trump's US election win, much has been said about Washington's approach towards Europe and Russia. While it's unlikely the US will dramatically change its Russia policy, more EU states will try to ease anti-Russia sanctions, an academic on EU-Russia relations has told Sputnik.

Nov 15 09:58

Nigel Farrage Destroys Nicolas Sarkozy

Nov 15 08:58

EU Holds Emergency Meeting To Discuss Trump

On Sunday night, November 13th, the foreign ministers of all the EU nations except Britain and France, met together at an emergency dinner in Brussels, to come up with some way to deal with America’s next President, Donald Trump, whom most of them fear and loathe. Euronews reporter Efi Koutsokosta stated regarding the ministers’ privately expressed view, that “Some had described it as ‘a dinner born out of the horror at a Trump victory,’” but no one present would say any such thing for attribution.

Nov 15 08:57

Thousands protest after pro-Russian Dodon wins Moldova vote

Thousands of Moldovans have protested in the capital Chisinau after a West-leaning politician claimed that a presidential runoff which propelled her pro-Russian rival to victory was “neither free nor fair.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Smells like another Soros color-revolution!

Nov 14 16:30

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi turns his back on Europe

With his back against the wall with an upcoming referendum on constitutional reform, the Italian Prime Minister decided to remove the EU flag from a Q and A event on Facebook.

While taking part in an online call to League and Five Stars nationalist voters at his official office in Palazzo Chigi, Rome, Matteo Renzi pointedly removed the EU flag.

Nov 14 16:15

Ex-PM Cameron ‘Paid £120,000’ For 1hr Speech On Brexit

Former British Prime Minister David Cameron may have suffered a humiliating loss when Britain voted to leave the EU, but it appears he is now cashing in on political failure.

According to the Daily Mail, Cameron was paid £120,000 ($149,000) for a one-hour talk on the implications of the historic Brexit vote for an audience of Wall Street financiers last week.

Nov 14 15:20

Brits Could Pay To Enter Europe Under New Counter-Terrorism Plan

British tourists may soon be forced to pay £10 (US$12.52) to travel to mainland Europe as part of a European Commission effort to boost security.

The European Commission is discussing bringing in a system of electronic travel authorization, similar to the US ESTA, for Britons traveling to Europe. Under the new plans, vacationing Brits would not have to get a full-fledged visa, but would need to pay to register their travel online before entering any of the 26 countries in the passport-free Schengen zone.

Nov 14 14:22

UK, EU Can Do Business With Trump: British Foreign Secretary

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said the United Kingdom and the European Union can do business with US President-elect Donald Trump, after refusing to attend an EU special meeting on Trump.

Nov 14 11:49

EU Convenes Panic Meeting Because Trump Might Stop Funding 73% of NATO

Angela Merkel and nearly every other national leader in Europe are in a panic because of Trump’s unexpected win in the Presidential election.

Why?

Because, money, of course. The US money that props up NATO may be coming to an end.

Nov 14 11:25

Swedish leaders call for steadfast US relations after Trump victory

Sweden's Social Democrat prime minister Stefan Löfven and minister for foreign affairs, Margot Wallström, react to US election results.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I note that Sweden is not making nice with Assange's defense!

Nov 14 10:48

Europe reels from year of crises…80,000 gather for Catalan pro-independence demo… Italy referendum could send shockwaves

The European Union’s founders believed its unity would be forged in crisis, but after Brexit and the election of Donald Trump to the White House the bloc looks shakier than ever.

Nov 14 10:20

YOU'RE HIRED! YOU WILL FLIP WHEN YOU SEE THE JOB TRUMP JUST GAVE MR BREXIT

Nov 14 10:18

French foreign minister snubs EU Trump talks

The French foreign minister is to miss an emergency meeting of his EU counterparts to discuss a response to Donald Trump's stunning US election win.

European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini summoned the ministers for dinner in Brussels after Republican Trump stormed to victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton on a platform which questioned America's
commitment to Europe.

But French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault will be "absent for agenda reasons", a French source told AFP, although his absence from a crucial meeting called by the EU's own foreign policy chief will also raise questions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Another sign that France is ready for their own exit.

Nov 14 10:16

BEX ALERT - Britain to deploy batteries of high precision long range missiles on Russian’s border for the first time since the Cold War 

Britain is to deploy batteries of high precision long range missiles on Russian’s border for the first time since the Cold War.

The long range rockets will be moved to Estonia next year amid fears Russian President Vladimir Putin could be planning to invade the country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What a crock! Look back over the last 15 years and see who is invading whom! It isn't Russia! And don;t give me that crap about Russia "annexing" Crimea. Crimea VOTED to merge with Russia because they are fed up with western-style economic domination.

The war hawks are trying to get war with Russia start before Trump can take office!

Nov 14 10:14

Trump-Putin alliance sparks diplomatic crisis as British ministers demand assurances from US over Russia

Britain is facing a diplomatic crisis with the US over Donald Trump’s plans to forge an alliance with Vladimir Putin and bolster the Syrian regime.

In a significant foreign policy split, officials admitted that Britain will have some “very difficult” conversations with the President-elect in coming months over his approach to Russia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Look, you brought us to the edge of a nuclear war with Russia, and now you're just going to quit?!?" -- Number 9 3/4

Nov 14 09:58

Obama Expected to Demand Greece Close its Ports to Russian Warships

Washington and Brussels have long been discontent with Greece's close relations with Russia, prompting Militaire.gr to suggest that US President Barack Obama could tell Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that Athens should refrain from allowing Russian warships to enter Greek ports and vote to uphold anti-Russian sanctions during his visit to Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Still trying to get the war started before Trump can take office!

Nov 14 09:57

‘Who’ll boss us around?’: Russian FM spokeswoman translates NATO chief’s call on Trump

According to Zakharova, the NATO chief was really wondering: “Who’s going to pay the bills and boss us around? Who’s going to fund all this obscurantism, which we promote by Washington’s merit? As, in the past few years, we’ve forgotten how to think or act by ourselves.”

Nov 14 09:41

Chaos Ensues As Europe Splinters In Response To Trump: UK, France, Hungary Snub EU Emergency Meeting

While America's so-called "establishment", the legacy political system and mainstream media, appear to be melting, and transforming before our eyes into something that has yet to be determined, Europe also appears to be disintegrating in response to the Trump presidential victory: as the FT reports, in a stunning development, Britain and France on Sunday night snubbed a contentious EU emergency meeting to align the bloc’s approach to Donald Trump’s election, exposing rifts in Europe over the US vote.

Hailed by diplomats as a chance to “send a signal of what the EU expects” from Mr Trump, the plan fell into disarray after foreign ministers from the bloc’s two main military powers declined to attend the gathering demanded by Berlin and Brussels.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

European leaders need to digest the reality that Trump's election signalled a referendum where globalism (which has economically hurt so many Americans) absolutely got battered and trashed to the point where it will be difficult to resurrect it again any time soon in this country.

With 94 million Americans who want to work, but cannot find jobs, and are not counted by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics as unemployed, if they go beyond 27 weeks of being unemployed.... that's a lot of very ticked off Americans.

These people came out to vote this last election, and if they saw that their vote for Trump "flipped" to Clinton, screamed bloody murder about it.

They were just not going to take their reversals of fortune passively, as the globalists had hoped, but voted for the candidate they thought might offer real change.

We will have to wait and see if Trump Inc can deliver on this; but to be brutally honest, Clinton offered no hope or change for the better; just the same old, same old vacuous promises with no real policy vision behind them, coupled with a criminally arrogant attitude of entitlement.

This is why working women voted, in large numbers, for a Trump presidency.

Nov 14 09:00

KREMLIN GAINS TWO MORE EUROPEAN ALLIES AS BULGARIA, MOLDOVA ELECT PRO-RUSSIAN PRESIDENTS

The good news just keeps going Putin's way. Just days after Trump defeated the Kremlin's nemesis Hillary Clinton, and at the same time as NATO is panicking over a potential shift in strategy and funding by the Trump administration and as Russian forces prepare for another blitz assault on Syria to cement their hold over Syria, on Sunday pro-Russian candidates won presidential elections in Moldova and Bulgaria on Sunday, giving Moscow new allies in its efforts to regain influence in parts of Eastern Europe it regards as its backyard. And while Russia is the clear winner, one loser to emerge bruised from the two votes is the European Union.
In the former Soviet republic of Moldova, Socialist party candidate Igor Dodon won 55.5% of the vote, according to preliminary results from Moldova’s electoral commission, beating his pro-European Union rival, Maia Sandu, in a second-round runoff.

Nov 13 19:49

Christmas lights now banned as 'security' threat. 'attempt to appease' Muslims

Christmas lights now banned as 'security' threat
Move called 'attempt to appease' Muslims, 'very dangerous strategy'

Calling it a “security” issue and arguing utility poles are not built to sustain their weight, the chief of the Swedish Transport Administration has banned Christmas lights from most towns this year.

But some critics believe it’s actually an attempt at appease a growing Muslim population of immigrants.

The non-profit Barnabas Aid, which works with persecuted Christians, pointed out that while the head of the Transport Administration officially has claimed the lights are banned because “the poles are not designed for the weight of Christmas lights,” that’s never been a problem before.

Pamela Geller contended the Christmas lights ban is “almost certainly an effort to avoid offending Muslim migrants who are causing chaos in cities like Malmo, where the firebombing of cars and businesses in or near Muslim ghetto ‘no-go areas’ is becoming a routine occurrence.”

Nov 13 15:13

Trump should resist neocon & shadow gov’t influence to justify people’s hopes – Ron Paul

Trump’s ability to honor his campaign rhetoric will depend on the role of the so-called “shadow government.”

“Unfortunately, there has been several neoconservatives that are getting closer to Trump. And if he gets his advice from them then I do not think that is a good sign,” Paul told the host of RT’s Crosstalk show Peter Lavelle.

Nov 12 11:07

Will the Deep State undermine Trump’s agenda ?

Can President Trump maintain his independence?

Can President Trump stay clear of neocons in his Cabinet picks?

RT’S Peter Lavelle Interviews Dr. Ron Paul :

With the surprise election of Donald Trump, can we expect an equally surprising foreign policy from him? During the campaign he provided us with a glimpse of his thinking. Will there be a Trump Doctrine?!

Nov 12 11:04

What Donald Trump Needs To Do

There has never been a better-suited and more experienced President when it comes to these issues...

Now that Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States of America, there are a lot of things he needs to do.

He has seen firsthand the unseemly underbelly of the various Deep State actors that have fought tooth and nail to both undermine and character assassinate him, as well as destroy him personally and professionally.

But Donald Trump is made of legendary stuff, and not only endured these constant and underhanded attacks, but also exposed and destroyed them all, one by one.

Nov 12 10:53

Election Is Coming: EU Braces For Political Upheaval In Wake Of Trump, Brexit Shocks

American voters’ choice for their next leader is widely seen as a protest against the status quo.

Nov 12 09:19

Trump Spells End of Normality for Europe

Donald Trump's election has put establishment politicians in Europe in a state of panic. In Berlin, nobody knows what the US president-elect intends to do. In Brussels, fears are growing he will put wind into the sails of the growing anti-EU populist movement.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note how "Normal" is implicitly defined as going along with the NWO agenda.

Nov 12 08:53

END OF MERKEL? Germany on high alert over fears 'Trump effect' could spread into Europe

GERMANY politicians have warned the "Trump effect" could spread across Europe as its finance minister said people should be "ready to learn" about complicated politics.

Speaking the day after the billionaire businessman won the US Presidential election, Mr Schäuble said everybody should be wary of an increase in populist forces across Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note the implication that the people really are too stupid to run their own country! But you know, Belgium went without a central government for 535 days and things got a lot better for the people. I have no idea what possessed them to let a central government back in after that clear object lesson! Spain is going through the same thing; no elected central government and the people are doing better.

Nov 12 08:19

Juncker the Cnut Desperately Struggles to Hold Back Tide of EU Failures

European Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker has set himself on a path to re-energize the EU in the face of failure after failure over migrants, Turkey, trade agreements and the single currency, similar to a battle akin to that of King Cnut attempting to hold back the tide.

Nov 11 22:45

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren announce Support for Trump

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren announced support for several common goals they want to work with Trump to accomplish.

Nov 11 14:41

Trump ignorant of Europe, poses risk to relations: EU's Junckie

Donald Trump's election as U.S. president poses risks for the relationship between the European Union and the United States, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Friday.

The shock winner of Tuesday's U.S. election was ignorant of the EU and its workings, Juncker told students at a conference in Luxembourg which can be viewed on the EU's website.

(The alcoholic has spoken. Ignore, plz, America. We do too.)

Nov 11 11:57

Is Trump Victory Good For Brexit?

Brexiteers are celebrating Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the US presidential election, arguing that his trade policy will benefit Britain outside the European Union.

A number of MPs praised the president-elect for saying on the campaign trail that Britain would be at the “front of the queue” for a trade deal with the US – a repudiation of Barack Obama’s remarks that Brexit will leave the UK at the back of the line.

Nov 10 16:03

‘Victory Against The Establishment’: Nationalist Surge Predicted In EU Following Trump’s Victory

It's fair to say, Europe's been shocked by Trump's victory. So much so, that EU foreign ministers are going to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the fallout from the vote. And, it was Europe's far-right politicians who were the first to congratulate the U.S. president-elect on his win.

Nov 10 13:26

Georgia Reconsidering Russia

Parliamentary election campaign 2016 was quite intense and competitive. And the discussions about Mikhail Saakashvili’s possible return to office, him currently being on the wanted list in Georgia, spiced the whole situation. Not long before the first round of the elections Georgian information space was filled with proofs of the country destabilization being prepared by M. Saakakshvili with public buildings takeover resulting from the United National Movement (ENM) election failure. No man ever steps in the same river twice - and ENM actually failed the elections, though no forcible attempts to «change» the results followed the elections, the gap between the two parties was too obvious...

Nov 10 10:58

Analysts say Trump’s triumph scared European leaders

The European leaders are in great confusion over Donald Trump’s stunning victory in the US presidential election largely because they fear the pillar of US support that looked unshakable until just recently may start crumbling down, polled analysts have told TASS. After Trump triumphed in last Tuesday’s election, the EU leaders took a pause for several hours before addressing him with greetings. German Chancellor Angela Merkel made a very reserved, brief statement. President Francois Hollande, of France, said that "some of Trump’s electioneering statements caused concern." He added that the election of a new US president opened up a period of uncertainty. Similar statements were made by the European Parliament’s President Martin Schultz and European Council President Donald Tusk. NATO’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said he wished the trans-Atlantic ties to remain strong.

Nov 10 10:39

End of ‘liberal non-democracy’: Hungarian PM Orban hails Trump victory

Viktor Orban, Hungary’s maverick PM, says Donald Trump’s US election victory marks an end of a two-decade period of “liberal non-democracy” in the West.

“This is the second day of a historic event, in which Western civilization appears to successfully break free from the confines of an ideology,” Orban told a conference organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

“We are living in the days where what we call liberal non-democracy – in which we lived for the past 20 years – ends, and we can return to real democracy,” said Orban, without explicitly referring to Trump's election win.

Nov 10 10:34

Montenegro PM wants Moscow to speak out on alleged participation in coup plot

Montenegro’s Chief Special Prosecutor Milvoje Katnic earlier blamed 'Russian nationalists' for the attempted terrorist attack on the day of parliamentary elections on October 16. As the special prosecutor said earlier, a group of Serbian, Montenegrin and Russian nationals was organized by "nationalists from Russia" who maintained that the Montenegrin government led by Prime Minister Djukanovic could not be changed in elections but was to be toppled by force. The group that was formed to topple the legitimate government plotted a terrorist attack at 23:00 in the evening on October 16, he said. Twenty Serbian nationals were arrested in Montenegro on October 16 on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks. "Of course, we categorically reject the possibility of official complicity in any attempts whatsoever to organize any unlawful acts," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, commenting on the statement by the Montenegrin prosecutor’s office.

Nov 10 06:35

Volcano on Rome’s doorstep is slowly reawakening

A dormant volcano just outside Rome could be slowly reawakening, scientists have said, raising fears of a Pompeii-style ash-and-rock cloud sweeping across the Italian capital. An eruption in the Colli Albani Volcanic District (CAVD), which is around 10 km from Rome, would have a devastating impact on much of the city.

Nov 10 06:34

European Leaders Fear 'Arrogance of the Political Elite' Will Shatter EU Dream

The political earthquake caused by Donald Trump's victory in the US Presidential elections and the decision by Britain to become the first member state to leave the European Union has sent shockwaves around Europe, fearing a backlash against the "arrogance of the political elite."

Nov 10 06:15

Shocked Berlin Offers Olive Branch to Trump 'On Basis of Common Values'

The German government, and senior figures in the EU, have expressed shock at the result of the US presidential election, and offered conditional "close co-operation" to the incoming Trump government.

Nov 10 06:13

Russian ships chase away ‘dangerously maneuvering’ Dutch monitoring submarine – MoD

A Russian naval group in the Mediterranean spotted and chased away a Dutch submarine, which approached the ships to monitor their activities, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced. Moscow criticized Holland’s “awkward” actions.

Nov 10 06:12

‘Soldiers go home’ – Italians protest American base on US Election Day

Protesters against a US military base in Italy used firecrackers, with police responding with tear gas. Demonstrators rallied on the day of the US presidential election saying no matter who wins, American soldiers should “go home.”

Up to 200 people gathered in the Italian town of Vicenza on Tuesday calling on Washington to “free” their soil from the US military presence. Vicenza, located in north-eastern Italy, is home to the US “Dal Molin” Army base.

Nov 10 06:09

Montenegro: NATO’s Latest Plaything for Baiting Russia

You could hardly get a more sensational headline this week than this: «Montenegro says it foiled Russian-backed plan to kill PM Djukanovic». The dramatic «news» followed the announcement last Sunday by the country’s chief prosecutor that an attempted coup carried out – allegedly – by Russian nationalists had been foiled during last month’s parliamentary elections. Providing no evidence to support the shock claim, chief prosecutor Milivoje Katnic alleged that a «powerful organization» comprising some 50 Russian, Serbian and Montenegrin nationalists had plotted to crash the elections held on October 16 and trigger a coup by assassinating long-time prime minister Milo Djukanovic. The alleged coup was claimed to have been busted by Montenegrin authorities on the day before the election. Now the same authorities have concluded that the plot was hatched from inside Russian territory.

Nov 08 08:31

Democracy Could Get In The Way Of War If High Court Brexit Ruling Stands, Warn Generals

Former senior military officers are afraid the High Court ruling which allows MPs to vote on triggering Brexit could set a precedent that would hinder future wars by undermining the government’s royal prerogative powers.

Nov 08 08:29

UK Government To Appeal Court Ruling Over Brexit This Week

The British government has said it would appeal against a High Court ruling that Prime Minister Theresa May cannot begin the Brexit process without the parliament’s approval.

Nov 08 07:59

Donald Trump’s Final Rally: Grand Rapids, MI 11/7/16

“Do you want America to be ruled by the corrupt political class or do you want America to be ruled again by the people?” Trump asked.

“I want the entire corrupt Washington establishment to hear the words we are about to say. When we win on November 8, we are going to drain the swamp” Trump said.

“Tomorrow the American working class will strike back.” Trump said.

Nov 08 06:42

McDonald's sues Florence for $20 mn after city blocks restaurant

Hard on the heels of stoking anger over plans to open a restaurant in the Vatican, McDonald's has filed a $20-million lawsuit against Florence for blocking a proposed outlet in the city's most revered square.

Nov 07 16:30

Law To Finally Trigger Brexit Already Being Written By Theresa May’s Ministers

Prime Minister Theresa May has already got her ministers preparing the first draft of a bill to trigger Article 50, which will kick off the two-year process for leaving the EU, following a High Court ruling that Brexit must be put to a parliamentary vote.

Nov 07 14:42

NATO declares full combat readiness because of conflict with Russia

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that against the backdrop of growing tensions in relations with Russia, hundreds of thousands of NATO troops would be brought to a higher readiness. To restrain the "Russian aggression," the alliance intends to prepare an impressive amount of ground troops, although Stoltenberg did not specify the exact number of the troops. According to the UK permanent representative to NATO Adam Thomson, the alliance seeks to speed up the response time of 300,000 servicemen from 180 days to two months. Residents of NATO countries do not want a military conflict with Russia, nor are they ready to deal with it, a poll conducted by Pew Research Center said. The survey found that residents of several NATO member states were not ready to come into a military conflict with Russia, even if she attacked one of the alliance members, RT reports.

Nov 07 14:42

German Siblings Terrorized By Thought Police In Europe & Canada For Daring To Discuss The 'Holocaust'

A German brother and sister tell their compelling stories of harassment and even arrest at the hands of the politically correct Jewish supremacists who are in charge of the governments of Germany and Canada. Henrik Palmgren of Red Ice Radio conducts a compelling interview with brother and sister Alfred and Monika Schaefer.

Nov 07 14:40

Fifteen years after NATO bombings, Montenegro wants to join NATO

Montenegro's prosecutor for investigations in the field of organized crime, Milivoye Katnich, said that a group "Russian nationalists" was plotting to assassinate Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, who is known for his pro-Western orientation. "Organizers of a criminal group, who are nationalists from the Russian Federation, proceeded from the fact that the government of Montenegro chaired by Milo Djukanovic would not be changed as a result of elections, so one had to overthrow the government by force," the prosecutor said, Pravda.Ru reports. Pravda.Ru asked an expert opinion from an expert at the Institute of European Studies, Stevan Gayich. "Is it a provocation of the pro-Western government? Who is standing behind it?" "What the prosecutor's office of Montenegro, and the Djukanovic regime in general, have been doing recently can be described as walking in the fog.

Nov 07 13:03

Ex-EU Staff Still Getting Paid By Brussels 2 Years After Leaving

16 former EU Commissioners still receive sizeable annual allowances meant to prevent them from going into well-paid corporate jobs despite having left office two years ago, German media reports. All of them are now top executives in industry or at lobbying firms.

Nov 07 11:03

NATO puts 300,000 troops on ‘HIGH ALERT’ amid fears of all out confrontation with Russia

Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, said the allied nations are putting hundreds of thousands of troops in a state of high alert in an effort to deter a mounting threat from Moscow.

While NATO cut its defence budget and military investment since the fall of the Soviet Union, Russia has been bolstering its military capabilities, holding parades involving more than 100,000 troops each year.

Mr Stoltenberg said: “We have seen Russia being much more active in many different ways.

“We have seen a more assertive Russia implementing a substantial military build-up over many years; tripling defence spending since 2000 in real terms; developing new military capabilities; exercising their forces and using military force against neighbours.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

OK, NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg, if you are plunging into an absolutely reckless war posture, and beginning World War III in the process, can you AT LEAST, please, give the world some specifics about why this is necessary NOW?!?!?

The short answer is that you cannot, because you have none!!!

Russia is not the problem here; NATO'S, and the US's deployment of troops and weapons, encircling Russia, is the problem.

And please, don't whine and moan about Russia's evolving military hardware and software, because NATO's equipment cannot match it; find your supply chain problem, and get it fixed!!

In other articles I have read on this, the goal is to be able to get this 300,000-strong troop mobilised in 60 days.


60 days from now is right before the inauguration of the next US President.

I find it impossible to believe that the timing here is accidental; it is either to give Clinton the war against Russia after which she lusts so badly, or "gift" Donald Trump with a war which will be horrifically difficult to stop, once it gets going.

Nov 07 10:40

Germany Proposes To Intercept Refugees In The Mediterranean, Send Them Back To Africa

Any last traces of support Angela Merkel's "open door" refugee policy may have once had in Germany, were crushed, burned and scattered after Germany’s Interior Ministry hardened its refugee policy, with media quoting it as saying that the EU should intercept migrant boats trying to reach Europe from across the Mediterranean and send them back to North Africa. “The elimination of the prospect of reaching the European coast could convince migrants to avoid embarking on the life-threatening and costly journey in the first place,” a spokeswoman for the Interior Ministry told German newspaper Welt am Sonntag.

Nov 06 23:21

>Nato puts 300,000 troops on ‘HIGH ALERT

Nato is organizing the “biggest reinforcement of its collective defense since the end of the Cold War”"

Nov 06 13:33

A Digital 9/11 If Trump Wins

Brace yourselves folks. The Globalists are trembling in their boots.

It is a green light for a coup d’état by the Deep State forces who found that they could not win through the “normal” rigging methods.

There are disturbing signs that a digital 9/11 terror attack is being readied for election day in the US to ensure that Donald Trump does not win.

Such an attack – involving widespread internet and power outage – would have nothing to do with Russia or any other foreign state. It would be furnished by agencies of the US Deep State in a classic “false flag” covert manner. But the resulting chaos and “assault on American democracy” will be conveniently blamed on Russia.

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