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May 12 18:05

European Central Bank president Draghi backs SLUSH FUND to prop-up failing European banks

Mr Draghi has thrown his weight behind French President Emmanuel Macron’s calls for a rainy-fund to solve the issue of crumbling Eurozone banks by offering them additional financial support.

The fund would act as a kitty to bail out struggling banks who got into trouble by financial ineptitude.

May 12 18:01

We were lied to! Secret document FCO 30/1048 kept truth about EU from British for 30 years

A SECRET document, which remained locked away for 30 years, advised the British Government to COVER-UP the realities of EU membership so that by the time the public realised what was happening it would be too late.

Almost all of the shocking predictions – from the loss of British sovereignty, to monetary union and the over-arching powers of European courts – have come true.

But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.

The classified paper, dated April 1971, suggested the Government should keep the British public in the dark about what EEC membership means predicting that it would take 30 years for voters to realise what was happening by which time it would be too late to leave.

May 12 17:58

Vladimir Putin on verge of getting powerful new ally in EU as ITALY goes pro-Russia

High-ranking Brussels are reportedly deeply anxious about the outcome of leadership negotiations between the right-wing Lega and anti-establishment Five Star Movement who are locked in talks following the March 4 election which ended in a hung parliament.

If Five Star manage to agree a compromise with Lega Brussels could see a major EU country lobbying for pro-Russian measures in the EU Parliament.

The two parties have similar views not only on the EU, which they believe is too intrusive in the Italian politics and crippled the country’s economy with its austerity measures, but also on Russia.

Both the Five Star and Lega’s electoral programmes vowed to work towards a normalisation of relations between Italy and Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, supported by the Kremlin, and asked to put an end to sanctions against Moscow following the annexation of Crimea.

May 12 10:29

Open rebellion? Europe signals patience drying up as US re-imposes harmful Iran sanctions

Europeans are angry over the latest US-imposed set of sanctions harming EU interests in the wake of Donald Trump quitting the Iran nuclear deal. The EU needs to decide whether to finally stand up for itself, analysts told RT.

Aside from imperiling a landmark international accord and endangering regional and global security, the US pull-out from the 2015 agreement with Iran will have crushing economic consequences for Europe. French, German and UK firms stand to lose billions of euros in investments and trade if they are forced to comply with the sanctions that will be re-imposed and expanded now that the US is no longer a signatory of the nuclear deal.

Now, facing the ruinous economic and political fallout from Washington’s unwillingness to honor its agreements, Europe has signaled that it may choose to pursue its own interests – as opposed to obediently swallowing what the US dictates.

May 12 09:27

Liam Fox superbly SHUT DOWN Dimbleby when he attacked Tory Brexiteers as INCOMPETENT

SECRETARY of State for International Trade Liam Fox shut down a savage attack by Jonathan Dimbleby on the BBC Any Questions show when the host accused the Conservatives of being a “bunch of incompetents”.

May 12 09:27

Theresa May's REVENGE as Boris Johnson FROZEN OUT of important Brexit discussions

THERESA MAY has divided her squabbling Brexit war Cabinet and frozen out Boris Johnson after the Foreign Secretary skewered the Prime Minister’s preferred customs plan, labelling it as “crazy”.

May 11 08:56

EU DIVIDED: Germany says Macron’s vision for more European integration goes 'TOO FAR'

The French President has pushed an agenda of huge Eurozone changes since taking charge of Paris in May 2017 – including introducing a European minister for finance, a separate Eurozone budget and parliament.

Mr Macron is, however, struggling to convince Germany that his visions are right for the European Union, with Angela Merkel dragging her feet over the reforms.

The German Chancellor might agree that there is a need for a swift change to how the Eurozone operates but first has to contend with her coalition government, which is not so convince.

Paris and Berlin might be about to deliver a Eurozone reform plan at an EU summit in Brussels toward the end of June, but German are far from convinced by Mr Macron’s proposals.

May 11 08:52

EU IS DYING: Macron’s shocking admission European dream is nearing its demise

Mr Macron’s plans are seemingly at odds with EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker who admit there is no future in the “United States of Europe” vision being chased by the Frenchman.

Before accepting his prize, Mr Macron wrote on Twitter: “The European dream is now gnawed by doubt.

“It’s up to us to decide whether we want to live it or let it die.”

His comments will come as a blow to Ms Merkel, who heaped praise on her French counterpart during her own speech at the prize-giving ceremony in Aachen, Germany.

May 11 08:28

'Europe has LOST IT!' Israeli MP EXPLODES at Brussels' appeasing stance on Iran

The attack on Israeli forces sparked the furious reaction of MP Yair Lapid, who was furious at the European Union for allegedly "appeasing" Iran to secure a deal on the country's nuclear programme.

The Israeli politician told i24News: "Europe has lost it.

Israel news - Juncker and LapidGETTY•I24NEWS

Israel news: Yair Lapid ripped into the EU for its "appeasing" stance on Iran
"They lost sight of who are the bad guys and who are the good guys in this entire scenario. They forgot that appeasement never works with terrorists and Iran is a terrorist country."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This has to be one of the most dishonest pieces of corporate media reporting I have ever seen.

First, no missiles were targeted at Jerusalem. All the military action is taking place in the Golan, which is still legally Syrian territory occupied by Israel.

Second, Israel provoked this escalation by attacking Syria just an hour after Trump pulled out of the Iran deal. The Syrian attack was a response to Israel's provocation.

Third, Syria reports that it was the Syrian army and not the Iranian forces that fired the missiles.

UPDATE:" I posted the above to the comments section of the original article.

It was gone less than a minute later.

May 11 08:10

EU Moves to Defend Companies From US Sanctions Against Iran

One major argument against the US withdrawing from the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran was the impact it would have on US relations with the other parties to the deal, including European allies. This appears indeed to be the case, as Europe scrambles to strike back against the US measures.

May 11 07:58

Whether or not Beijing defies US sanctions, China’s roots in Iran are already deep

In the wake of the Trump administration’s decision to unilaterally withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, global firms that have dipped their toes in the Iran market are left with few good choices.

The UK, France and Germany struck a defiant tone after the decision, urging the US not to prevent other countries from maintaining the status quo under the 2015 agreement.

May 11 07:57

Europe moves to safeguard Iran interests after US pullout

Europe's heavyweight economies took steps Friday to safeguard their commercial and political interests in Iran, seeking to keep the nuclear deal with Tehran alive after Washington pulled out and said sanctions would follow.

Germany, France have significant trade links with Iran and remain committed to the nuclear agreement, as does Britain, and all three countries' foreign ministers plan to meet on Tuesday to discuss it.

That is part of a flurry of diplomatic activity lined up following Tuesday's unilateral withdrawal from what U.S. President Donald Trump called "a horrible, one-sided deal", a move accompanied by the threat of penalties against any foreign firms doing business in Iran.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said possibilities to save the deal without Washington needed to be discussed with Tehran, while France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said EU states would propose sanctions-blocking measures to the European Commission.

May 11 07:22

The West worried about Russia's efforts to reduce military spending

In 2013, 65 world countries recognised the USA the largest threat to the whole world. The United States has made Iraq become hell on Earth, and now the same is happening to Libya, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Syria, and more recently - Yemen... According to German experts, military spending in the world reached its peak in 2017 since the end of the Cold War. A report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) says that global defense spending in 2017 made up $1.7 trillion, which was 1.1 percent higher than in 2016. China was ranked first on SIPRI's list as Beijing increased its defense spending by 12% at a time to $228 billion. The United States decided to increase its spending on military needs to $700 billion in 2018. At the same time, for the first time in 20 years, the military budget of the Russian Federation has reduced by 20%, because Russia gave her third position on the list of countries with largest defence budgets to Saudi Arabia.

May 10 18:38

The Implications of the U.S. Withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal

E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, interviewed on Press TV on President Trump's withdrawal of the U.S. from the Iran Nuclear Deal.

May 10 16:04

Swedish Government Funds Sex Ed Videos For Migrants

The absolute state of Sweden.

"Sweden's government has funded a series of films to teach immigrant women about sex..."

May 10 10:45

White House Preparing New Iran Sanctions, EU May Block Them

One day after President Trump scrapped US involvement in the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran, the White House says new sanctions against Iran’s civilian nuclear program will be coming very soon.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee-Sanders promised “enormous sanctions on them,” saying that the intention is all former sanctions are to be back in place, and that the administration will add new ones on top of that as soon as next week.

That’s the plan, at least. In reality, the pre-deal sanctions were heavily negotiated internationally, and there is no sign that anyone else will be going along with the US push this time. Indeed, there is every reason to believe the European Union will block US sanctions from being enforced, and may threaten retaliatory sanctions against the US in the process.

May 10 09:43

Trump’s Iran deal exit forces EU to confront US ‘economic policeman of the world’

US President Donald Trump’s pullout from the Iran nuclear deal has put Europe under pressure to salvage the 2015 multilateral agreement. But does the EU have what it takes to stand up to US sanctions?

The day after Trump announced his long-dreaded decision to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, EU members were hammering out measures to try to protect European firms doing business in Iran from US sanctions.

The JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) – as the Iran deal is formally known – was signed between Iran, the US, Russia, China, Britain, France, Germany and the EU.

But Trump’s pullout has left international companies doing business in Iran vulnerable to the extraterritoriality of US law, which enables Washington to punish foreign companies operating in Iran if they have business dealings with the US or use dollar transactions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Good reason to stop using the dollar!

May 10 09:38

Brexit news: May’s customs partnership plan will cost Britain '£60MILLION A WEEK'

THERESA MAY’S controversial Customs Partnership proposal could see Britain sending the European Union £60million-a-week in import duties, experts warned last night.

May 10 09:30

The view from Iran: Treacherous America, spineless Europe

There's a method to Trump's madness, some Iranians believe - while others see little actual methodology involved in his decision-making process. Before the age of Trump, the conversation in Tehran about relations with the West has almost always involved debate on two key questions: US trustworthiness and EU significance.

The longstanding and prevailing view has been that the United States is politically dishonest and the European Union is inconsequential. During the 2013 election campaign of President Hassan Rouhani, this assessment of the US was publicly challenged while the consensus about the Europeans remained unchanged.

May 10 09:04

Europe under the vaccination gun: an expanding tragedy

“European Union (EU) residents have less confidence in vaccine safety than people in any other region in the world. From the perspective of the powerful pharmaceutical industry and its bought politicians, this growing skepticism about vaccine orthodoxy cannot be permitted to gain further momentum.”

“Ignoring massive protests by citizens and municipal authorities, the governments of France, Italy and other EU nations (with the help of Big-Pharma lobbyists) have begun methodically and paternalistically proposing and/or enacting new vaccine laws. These laws aim to erase any remaining ability for citizens to weigh risk-benefit information and make vaccine decisions for themselves.”

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May 10 08:51

REVEALED: Brexit wrecker's EU handouts - Duke of Wellington pocketed farming subsidies

THE House of Lords ringleader defying the will of the people over Brexit receives significant EU land subsidies for his vast country estate. The Duke of Wellington is chief among a group of unelected peers who have helped inflict 14 defeats on the Government’s flagship Brexit legislation in the Lords.

May 10 08:48

Russia-West cooperation prospects clouded by current climate, Lavrov stresses

Moscow is ready to search for ‘generally acceptable approaches’ together with its Western partners, including Germany. However, the prospects for cooperation continue to be marred by the situation that emerged through no fault of Russia, top Russian diplomat Sergey Lavrov said on Thursday opening talks with his German counterpart Heiko Maas.

"We are ready to look for generally acceptable approaches with our German and Western partners even under the current situation, which we find utterly unsatisfactory, that has been created through no fault of ours. It continues to cast a shadow over any prospects for cooperation both in Europe and on the global stage as a whole," he stressed.

May 10 08:26

CONFIRMED: EU's worst NIGHTMARE as Italian eurosceptics JOIN FORCES

ITALY is on the brink of new radical government as die-hard eurosceptic leaders Matteo Salvini and Luigi Di Maio revealed "significant progress" has been made in the composition of the new executive, spelling trouble for the Brussels bloc.

May 10 08:24

Has Draghi Just Lost It?

May 10 08:23

US sanctions against Iran are ‘sword of Damocles hanging over Belgian economy’

A new round of US sanctions against Tehran are likely to seriously damage Belgian companies, according to a Wallonia region investment agency.

After the nuclear deal with Iran was reached, many Walloon companies started resuming business ties with the country.

"An average of about 30 companies were present on our joint missions to Iran,”said General Administrator of Wallonia Export-Investment Agency (Awex), Pascale Delcomminette, as quoted by the Brussels Times.

“The country offers interesting prospects for Walloon companies," she added. Despite Iran being placed 99th among Wallonia’s export markets, the Belgian region has investment interests in the country’s agro-industry, mechanical engineering, infrastructure, environment and energy.

May 10 08:19

Merkel: Europe Can No Longer Rely on US 'to Protect It'

As European countries failed to prevent Donald Trump from pulling Washington out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the tension between Iran and the US escalates.

"It is no longer such that the United States simply protects us, but Europe must take its destiny in its own hands, that's the task of the future," Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday after US President Donald Trump announced his withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear deal.

Merkel's point of view on the issue echoes the earlier statement of the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, who noted on Thursday that Washington "had lost vigor, and because of it, in the long term, influence," suggesting that Europe should take over the US' role as global leader.

May 10 08:06

Russian gas sales to EU hit record high despite the Skripals, election meddling & all that jazz

European countries boosted imports of Russian gas to unprecedented levels in April with overall supplies in 2018 expected to climb above 200 billion cubic meters for the first time ever, ignoring the impact of strained relations.

In the first quarter of this year, Gazprom’s gas deliveries to Europe reportedly increased by 6.6 percent against the same quarter a year ago. The deliveries to European countries kept on growing last month, even after the winter heating season ended.

May 10 07:50

Merkel: "Europe Can No Longer Rely On The US To Protect It"

"It’s no longer the case that the United States will simply just protect us. Rather, Europe needs to take its fate into its own hands, that's the task of the future,"

May 09 18:32

EU chief says Europe must 'replace the US' as world superpower as he attacks Trump over Iran deal and accuses America of turning its back on allies

EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has attacked the US for turning its back on its allies and says Europe must take America's place as global leader after Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal.

The EU Commission President said America 'no longer wants to cooperate' with other parts of the world and is turning away from friendly relations 'with a ferocity that can only surprise us.'

Trump has sparked fury in Tehran by withdrawing from the accord with politicians burning the US flag and the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warning that 'America can't do a damn thing'.

As European powers scrambled to salvage the agreement today, Juncker said it was up to the EU to take on the mantle of the US, adding: 'At this point, we have to replace the United States, which as an international actor has lost vigor, and because of it, in the long term, influence.'

May 09 11:30

EU firms may face penalties in U.S. if Iranian partners on sanctions lists

European companies may face penalties in the United States if their Iranian business partners wind up on U.S. sanctions lists, Germany's DIHK Chambers of Commerce said on Tuesday, after President Donald Trump said he was withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal.

May 09 08:44

Hungary election: Viktor Orban's win leaves opposition in tatters

For the third time in a row, Viktor Orban and his Fidesz party have won the Hungarian elections with an overwhelming majority. The country's flailing opposition, which shares the blame, now faces an uncertain future.

May 09 08:40

Iran says will quit nuke deal without European guarantees

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Wednesday that Tehran would quit the landmark 2015 nuclear deal unless European signatories offered solid guarantees that trade relations would continue after the U.S. withdrawal.

Addressing Iran's government in a televised speech, Khamenei said: "We hear that you want to continue the nuclear deal with the three European countries. I don't have confidence in these three countries."

"If you don't succeed in obtaining a definitive guarantee - and I really doubt that you can - at that moment, we cannot continue like this," he said.

"If you want to conclude an agreement, obtain real guarantees, otherwise tomorrow they will do the same as the United States."

May 09 07:43

BREXIT SHAME: Lords take 'wrecking ball' to Brexit - Unelected peers defeat PM again

FURY erupted last night as members of the Lords were accused of “taking a wrecking ball” to Brexit. There were four new defeats for the Government over vital legislation, including supporting a move that could delay our departure from the EU.

May 09 07:28

Europe DEPENDS on America! Merkel, May and Macron savaged for US criticism over Iran

Mr Trump said the agreement was “disastrous” and a “great embarrassment”, adding: “If we do nothing, we know exactly what will happen.

"In just a short period of time, the world's leading state sponsor of terror will be on the cusp of acquiring the world's most dangerous weapon.”

But European leaders quickly hit out at Mr Trump and in a joint statement, Theresa May, Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel labelled the decision a matter of “regret and concern” and would defy the US President in remaining committed to the deal.

Britain, France and Germany had made attempts to persuade the US President to preserve the deal - Mr Macron and Ms Merkel made trips to Washington over the past month, while Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made a last-ditch trip over the weekend.

May 09 07:12

Iran nuclear deal dilemma: Six steps to World War Three

"The elimination of the symbolic nuclear agreement with Iran from 2015 would open a Pandora's box - this could mean war," Macron told the German newspaper Der Spiegel. European leaders used to reject the position of the United States on the subject. These days, however, they are ready to consider a few aspects that the deal does not embrace, such as, for example, the development of ballistic missiles - a weapon designed to deliver nuclear bombs to their targets.

Dmitry Abzalov, President of the Center for Strategic Communications, told Pravda.Ru that Donald Trump would most likely torpedo the Iran deal on Saturday. "Trump has an aversion to Iran, and Mueller's investigation brings to light a few of those close to him. Secondly, Israel's Netanyahu actively supports Donald Trump. The two politicians will try to take advantage of the Iranian issue to switch public attention to questions of foreign, rather than domestic policies," the expert told Pravda.Ru.

May 09 07:08

BREXIT REVENGE: Britain to BLOCK firms from transferring sensitive data to EU

BRITAIN could ban corporations from transferring sensitive data to Europe as a row over the Galileo satellite system threatens to torpedo Brexit negotiations.

May 09 07:08

NAMED: 247 LORDS WHO VOTED TO KEEP UK IN SINGLE MARKET

Theres are the 2 bishops, 17 Tories, 50 crossbenchers, 83 Labour, 84 LibDem and 11 other peers who voted to overturn the referendum result and keep the UK in the single market tonight. More than a few voting to protect their EU pensions. This is the 13th time the unelected House of Lords has voted to try to wreck Brexit.

May 09 07:04

Italy on BRINK: Five Star and Lega UNABLE to form government following Berlusconi’s veto

ITALY’s political chaos is set to continue as Forza Italia leader Silvio Berlusconi closed the door on the possibility to stand aside and let his ally anti-EU Lega form a eurosceptic government with anti-establishment Five Star Movement.

May 08 09:33

Anti-Immigrant Norwegian 'Denied Entry' to UK Because of 'Wrong Values'

Tore Rasmussen, a prominent figure of the anti-immigration movement Generation Identity, has become yet another right-wing activist banned from entering the UK for committing nothing but "thoughtcrime."

By his own admission, Tore Rasmussen had been detained at Gatwick Airport, London, because British authorities believed his views represented a "serious threat" to the UK.

Thirty-seven-year-old Tore Rasmussen has been living in London since last December. On Friday evening he arrived home after a trip to Austria, but was stopped at passport control by the border authorities. A few hours later he was handed a denial of entry and was ordered to return to Austria with the next flight.

May 08 09:33

Lords to SCRAP Britain's BREXIT DATE: Peers in shock new block amendment to EU bill

The House of Lords will today propose an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill to ensure March 29, 2019 is no longer fixed in law as the date the UK leaves the Brussels club.

Labour peer Baroness Hayter said the amendment would give the UK "greater flexibility” when exiting the bloc as she insisted that having a leave date set in stone would have “negative” impact on Brexit.

She told PolticsHome: "Introduced during the Commons stages of the Bill, and driven no doubt by political PR, putting such a definitive deadline into law could have a negative impact on the final round of negotiations.

May 08 09:16

Will Serbia Hold NATO Responsible For Criminal Use Of Depleted Uranium?

The Republic of Serbia appears to be making moves that would ultimately open the door to holding NATO responsible for the significant spike in cancer illnesses and deaths which followed NATO’s bombing of Serbia with depleted uranium shells.

President of the Serbian Parliament Maja Gojkovic drafted a resolution in parliament that would establish a commission charged with investigating the impact of the NATO bombing in 1999 on the health of citizens and the environment, with particular emphasis on the effects caused by the use of depleted uranium shells.

Previously, the Italian parliament, recognized that NATO’s use of these nuclear waste tainted weapons were the primary cause of illness and death for Italian NATO soldiers in the occupied southern Serbian region of Kosovo. Serbian officials are in an active conversation with the Italians, whose findings may better inform any Serbian investigation.

May 08 09:12

Romanian President Calls for Resignation of Prime Minister

Romanian President Klaus Iohannis demanded resignation of the Prime Minister Viorica Dancila against the backdrop of the state budget deficit.

In April, the Romanian Finance Ministry issued a report saying that the deficit of the state budget reached 4.46 billion Romanian lei (some $1.14 billion) in the first three months of 2018.

"Mostly we have an unsatisfactory evolution of public finances. Dancila should resign in order to make place for responsible and competent people vacant, in this context it is obvious that [President of Romanian Chamber of Deputies Liviu] Dragnea and his people have no decision that could result in right and effective governance," Iohannis said during a Monday briefing.

May 08 09:11

Responsibility for the Migrant Crisis in Greece Falls Upon the EU – Expert

Protests against the Greek government and EU’s migration policy took place on the Greek island of Lesbos last week. People were angry with the 2016 EU-Turkey deal that has left thousands of asylum seekers stranded on the island. Sputnik discussed the situation in Lesbos with Eleni Takou, deputy director and head of advocacy of HumanRights360.

May 08 09:11

'The EU is in danger because of ITSELF' Hungarian MEP tears into 'hyper-liberal' bloc

A HUNGARIAN MEP has ripped into the European Union claiming the Brussels bloc has put itself in danger as he warned Hungary will "offer an alternative to the hyper-liberalism that is running Europe today.”

May 08 09:09

Merkel on the brink? German ministers to REJECT plot to prop up Eurozone

Germany and France are at odds over the centralisation of Eurozone finances with Emmanuel Macron calling for greater integration with a Eurozone budget and Eurozone finance minister - paving the way for the potential pooling of Eurozone debt.

But critics in the EU's economic powerhouse Germany are planning to reject the removal of national parliamentary controls on the fiscal policy pursestrings of national spending.

The appeal of such a policy is untested on Eurozone voters who are largely sceptical of what Mr Macron describes as, greater “convergence in the Eurozone” delivered through a “road map to banking union”.

May 08 09:01

Why Sweden doesn't keep stats on ethnicity and crime

Contemporary debate about immigration in Sweden often centres on the unusually high influx of refugees in the last decade, which is frequently claimed by the international far right to have sown chaos. Google's data shows that some of the searches connected to "Sweden immigration" that have increased most in the last five years are "Sweden crime rate" and "Sweden rape statistics".

While the domestic debate is more nuanced, migration remains a hot topic in the build-up to the forthcoming autumn general election, and crime in relation to immigration is a particularly big talking point.

It doesn't take much effort to find articles claiming to have the 'truth' about the relationship between immigrants or refugees and Swedish crime. Yet the real truth is that there is no up-to-date public data on the ethnic background of criminals in the country, with existing figures more than a decade old.

May 07 14:54

Belfast calls to expel all Israeli diplomats after Israel's blatant murder of Palestinians in Gaza

May 07 11:09

Finland: Court Rules 23yo Migrant Having Sex With 10yo Is Not Rape

"The courts didn't recognize the incident as rape, saying the girl wasn't forced into the sexual act or overcome by fear."

May 07 10:06

Swedish party leader says multiculturalism is a ‘total failure’: Wants to reconsider all residence permits since the year 2000

Gustav Kasselstrand, the leader and founder of the new Alternative for Sweden (AfS) party, has attacked his country’s migration policy. Kasselstrand has serious plans to send migrants back who don’t integrate, Sweden’s Fria Tider reports.

Kasselstrand says Sweden’s ‘multiculture is an impossibility and a total failure’. According to him It is not possible to combine widely different peoples in one country and expect good results.

“The historical experience of multicultural societies points to the opposite. Disagreements and conflicts, not a harmonious social life […] is the result of multiculturalism and mass immigration,” he said.

May 07 10:05

Swedish child raped by ‘three men’ on her way home: Police refuse to give description of the perpetrators

A 10-year-old girl was attacked by three men after she left school and was on her way home. The child was raped at a cemetery in Östervåla, Sweden’s Aftonbladet reports.

It was Thursday, around 3 pm, that the terrible incident occurred. According to the police three perpetrators were involved. At least one of them raped the girl.

“No person has been arrested but we have received a good description of the perpetrators. We do not want to publish it in the media”, says police investigator Daniel Nilsson to SVT.

May 07 09:52

BDS campaign targets Netta Barzilai's Eurovision bid

Being odds-on favorite of winning Eurovision song contest, Israel's entrant Netta Barzilai targeted by BDS campaign; campaign shows Barzilai in uniform, calls to give Israel 'zero points'; 'Gunboat crews whom Barzilai sent off with her songs played a part in Gaza carnage,' campaign accuses; brushing off campaign, Barzilai says she 'feels ready for semifinal, hopes to make all of Europe dance.'

May 06 15:06

Russia calls for EU nations not to become accomplices in Ukrainian war crimes

Russia’s envoy to the OSCE has called on European nations to stop supporting Ukraine’s “nationalist, inhumane and criminal” operations against the Donbass republics, listing examples of ceasefire violations by pro-Kiev forces.

“We call upon all member states of the OSCE [Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe] not to become accomplices in the Kiev regime’s war crimes, not to provoke a disastrous military conflict in the center of Europe,” Russia’s permanent representative to the organization, Aleksandr Lukashevich, said at the meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna, Austria.

May 06 09:55

How this ‘covert' clause agreed by Lords could REVERSE Brexit just WEEKS before exit day

A ‘COVERT’ clause added to the Government's landmark Brexit Bill by the House of Lords this week could allow peers to “delay, frustrate and ultimately reverse” the split from Brussels, a senior Commons researcher has warned.

May 05 09:42

Sex with 10yo not rape, Finnish court rules in migrant’s case

In a case that has triggered public outrage, a top Finnish court has upheld a ruling that sex between an asylum seeker and a 10-year-old girl didn’t constitute rape. Critics are calling for harsher sentences for child abuse.

May 04 08:13

EU CIVIL WAR: Hungary promises to bring Brussels to its knees by BLOCKING bloc's budget

Mr Orban told Hungarians they “should not worry” about Brussels’ proposal to tie the distribution of EU funds to respect for rule of law.

Hungary is one of the bloc’s largest beneficiary of so-called cohesion funds, which are designed to help bridge the gap between the Continent’s richer and poorer nations.

However, the European Commission’s new proposals for its post-2020 cohesion budget includes a series of conditions for eligibility, including rule of law compliance and applying more restrictions on how EU funds can be used.

The Commission proposed the introduction of a “conditionality” mechanism, which would allow Brussels to withdraw and even cut off funding to countries deemed not to be respecting the rule of law or the bloc’s fundamental visions.

May 03 09:02

EU congratulates killer of Gaza cancer patients

Last year, 54 Palestinians died waiting for Israeli permits to leave the occupied Gaza Strip for medical treatment.

Most of them were cancer patients.

Arguably, the one person most responsible for this horrifying toll is Israeli general Yoav Mordechai, the head of COGAT, the bureaucratic arm of Israel’s military occupation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

That makes him in effect the military ruler of millions of Palestinians.

May 03 08:59

Establishment is mounting a Very Un-British Coup says LEO McKINSTRY

Every obstacle in the path was swiftly overcome, every problem quickly resolved. On January 1, 1973 our nation had joined the European Community, beginning the long process of subjugation to Brussels rule.

Today the position is exactly reversed over Brexit. Almost two years ago the electorate voted by a decisive margin to leave the European Union but since then the establishment has done all in its power to thwart the popular will.

In place of the eagerness that characterised the political class in the early 1970s towards European entry there has been only relentless negativity about British independence.

Brexit should be a golden chance to rebuild our sovereignty and nationhood yet that opportunity is being squandered by the wilful feebleness of the establishment. Every difficulty is now exaggerated or used as an excuse for more delay, more capitulation to Brussels.

May 03 08:57

Guy Verhofstadt takes HUGE swipe at Hungary PM Viktor Orban as he praises new EU budget

Guy Verhofstadt, MEP and former Belgian Prime Minister took a huge dig at the Hungarian Prime Minister during a speech over the new EU budget.

It comes amid suggestions the European Union will impose new rules to allow funds to be cut off to countries where judicial rule is threatened.

Mr Verhofstadt said the new budget was “not a revolution” but was a “break from the past” before he took a dig at Hungary.

May 03 05:57

Lavrov: Ukraine lost its independence

The Russian top diplomat comments on the situation in Ukraine

Ukraine has actually lost its independence and national economy due to the internal crisis provoked by some Western countries led by the US, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told Italy’s Panorama magazine.

"For many years, attempts were made to force Kiev to make a false choice, ‘either with us or against us,’ between the development of cooperation in the East or in the West, which has eventually resulted in the collapse of the Ukrainian statehood, which has never been particularly strong. The result as of today is the de facto loss of independence, people’s suffering, the collapse of the country’s economy, which had every opportunity to become one of Europe’s most stable and strong," he said.

According to Russia’s top diplomat, "a group of Western states led by the US who consider the entire world a sphere of their influence...">>>

May 02 15:31

Sweden: 15 ANTIFA attack 1 guy

Sweden: 15 ANTIFA attack 1 guy

May 02 10:35

A PERMANENT BOND BETWEEN ISRAEL AND CYPRUS

Barring the possible outbreak of war on Israel’s northern border, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is scheduled to fly to Cyprus on May 8 for the fourth trilateral summit between Israel, Cyprus and Greece that will take place in Nicosia. Relations between Israel and Cyprus have never been stronger, says Cyprus Ambassador Thessalia Salina Shambos.

May 02 10:24

Half Million People Rally Across Spain to Demand Better Working Conditions

About 500,000 people on Tuesday participated in rallies in 70 Spanish cities to demand equal and fair working conditions on the occasion of the International Workers' Day.

The largest rally took place in the Spanish capital, with 50,000 people in attendance, according to the figures from the organizers – the largest trade unions of Workers' Commissions (CCOO) and General Union of Workers (UGT). However, the authorities estimated the turnout at 12,000.

The event was attended by a large number of the communist activists, who were selling books on the Russian Revolution of 1917 as well the issues of the discontinued magazine called Marxism Today.

A car burns outside a Renault automobile garage during clashes during the May Day labour union march in Paris, France, May 1, 2018

Moreover, the rallies across Spain were devoted to the elimination of pay gaps between men and women at workplace as well as against any forms of mistreatment.

May 02 10:23

General Election ALERT: May urged to CRUSH Remainer plot to sabotage Brexit

THERESA May is being urged to put the Tories on general election alert in a bid to crush the Remainer plot aimed at sabotaging her Brexit plans. Eurosceptic ministers have told the Prime Minister that the threat of a snap poll is needed to bring pro-EU rebels into line.

May 02 10:23

US extended EU tariff exemption after 'fruitful discussions' – Commerce Secretary

The US postponed the introduction of steel and aluminum tariffs on the EU after “some potentially fruitful discussions about an overall reduction in trade tensions," Wilbur Ross, US Commerce Secretary, told CNBC. However, Ross said that Washington has no intention to grant protracted extensions, explaining that it “defeats the whole purpose.” The EU’s tariff exemption was to expire on Tuesday, but Donald Trump postponed the decision for another month. In March, the US President imposed a worldwide 25 percent tariff on steel imports and a 10 percent tariff on aluminum.

May 02 10:03

What Can be Done? Europe’s Acceptance of Washington’s Vassalage

It is up to Europe whether or not the Earth dies in nuclear Armageddon.

European governments do not realize their potential to save the world from Washington’s aggression, because the western Europeans are accustomed to being Washington’s vassal states since the end of World War 2, and the eastern and central Europeans have accepted Washington’s vassalage since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Vassalage pays well if all the costs are not counted.

May 02 10:01

EU condemns Abbas's 'unacceptable' remarks about Holocaust

The European Union's foreign service condemned remarks on the Holocaust by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as "unacceptable," echoing criticism on Wednesday by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In strikingly blunt language from Brussels, the European External Action Service said in a statement: "The speech Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas delivered on 30 April contained unacceptable remarks concerning the origins of the Holocaust and Israel's legitimacy.

"Such rhetoric will only play into the hands of those who do not want a two-state solution, which President Abbas has repeatedly advocated."

May 02 04:48

Terrorists Hand over Their US and NATO-Supplied Weapons to Russian Military in Eastern Qalamoun

(*THIS DOESN'T PROVE ANYTHING!
President Trump has been selling U.S. made weapons to everybody , and anybody , ever since his first week in office !
So , those weapons could have come from anywhere !
whitehorse souce)

May 01 10:43

Nord Stream 3? Economic Analyst Explains Why Gazprom's Proposal is No Bluff

Last week, Gazprom deputy chairman Alexander Medvedev told Russian media that the gas giant was prepared to build yet another pipeline to Europe to compliment Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2. Rossiya Segodnya economics observer Dmitry Lekuh explains why the official's proposal is really a 'mathematical inevitability'.

Speaking to Rossiya-24, Medvedev noted that Gazprom has the confirmed gas reserves and transport infrastructure capabilities to quench Europe's energy needs. "If Europe tells us what it needs and is ready to sign the relevant contracts, I'm not ruling out that we might need new gas pipelines, like, for example, a Nord Stream 3," he said.

May 01 10:35

In EU-Wide Poll, Majority Think Migrant Integration ‘Unsuccessful’, Figure Rises to 73 Per Cent in Sweden

A European Commission poll has found that a strong majority of people in France, Germany, and Sweden believe the integration of migrants has failed in their country.

People in all 28 member states were asked: “Generally speaking, how successful or not is the integration of most immigrants living in [your country].”

Overall, across the open borders bloc, 55 per cent of people said integration it is going badly and 39 per cent said it had been a success, according to the survey commissioned by the European Union’s (EU) unelected executive branch.

In Sweden, the picture was bleak, with just 24 per cent of respondents saying they thought integration was going well, and a shocking 73 per cent saying it has gone badly.

May 01 10:33

Greece’s “Radical Left” Ruling Party Sells The Country’s Soul To Neo-Liberal Rothschild Bank

The French investment bank Rothschild plays an important role in Greece’s effort to get rid of the bonds of creditors, Frankfurter Allgemeine claimed on Sunday.

“When socialism can no longer help, bankers are called upon to take over. The leftist, populist Greek government, which had traditionally anti-capitalist slogans, recruited prominent capitalists as assistants in the fight against debt,” the newspaper quotes referring to the example of Goldman Sachs.

May 01 10:27

Return of the Migrant Crisis: Greece ‘Overwhelmed’ as Illegals Surge Across Turkish Land Border

Greece is being “overwhelmed” by illegal migrants surging across its land border with Turkey, with a local mayor warning the situation is “on the verge of spinning out of control”.

The country bore the brunt of the 2015 influx, which saw over 815,000 illegal migrants traverse the Aegean Sea in dangerous watercraft.

This figure was reduced to 30,000 in 2017 after the European Union persuaded the Turkish government to step up containment efforts following a multi-billion euro deal partly financed by the United Kingdom.

The major action then shifted from Greece to the so-called Central Mediterranean Route from Libya to Italy, but this, too, was brought under partial control in late 2017, after the Italian authorities began incentivising the Libyan coast guard to intercept smuggler-boats and cracked down on so-called “rescue” ships operated by pro-migration NGOs.

May 01 10:24

BRILLIANT Donald Trump remark on the European Union leaves Farage in STITCHES

DONALD Trump's mockery of the European Union left Nigel Farage in stitches as the American President claimed European powers formed the Brussels bloc just to take advantage of the United States.

May 01 10:21

Brexit warning: UK risks 'CATASTROPHIC ERROR' if May rushes into trade deal with Trump

THERESA May will commit a “catastrophic error” if she rushes the UK into a trade deal with the United States before cementing a comprehensive trade strategy for Brexit Britain, a parliamentary committee has warned.

May 01 10:20

EU Commission Moves to Protect Whistleblowers After Cambridge Analytica Scandal

The European Commission on Monday proposed a new bill to strengthen whistleblower protection across EU member states and establish safe reporting channels in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica and the Panama Papers scandals, the press release said.

"Many recent scandals may never have come to light if insiders hadn't had the courage to speak out. But those who did took enormous risks. So if we better protect whistleblowers, we can better detect and prevent harm to the public interest such as fraud, corruption, corporate tax avoidance or damage to people's health and the environment. There should be no punishment for doing the right thing," European Commission's First Vice-President Frans Timmermans said, as quoted in the press release.

May 01 10:17

"Fuck the EU! - Exactly!" - Victoria Nuland & Geoffrey Pyatt

Apr 30 11:20

Sweden: Syrian Migrant Claims He Didn’t Know Sex With 12-Year-Old Was Illegal

A 17-year-old Syrian migrant was convicted of two counts of rape against a 12-year-old girl in a Swedish court this week, although he claimed he did not know that sex with a 12-year-old was illegal in the country.

The 17-year-old, who has been identified as a Syrian asylum seeker by Swedish journalist Joakim Lamotte, is said to have raped the 12-year-old twice on the same day last June.

However, after being convicted by the Uddevalla District Court this week he was sentenced to just six months of detention in a youth care facility and a 140,000 SEK (£11,729) fine, Expressen reports.

According to independent Swedish journalist Joakim Lamotte, the migrant, who came to Sweden in 2014, claimed that he did not know it was illegal to have sex with a girl under the age of 15 and said that the victim had told him she was 14 at the time.

Apr 30 10:45

David Davis tried to have Olly Robbins SACKED, according to reports

BREXIT Secretary David Davis has tried to have controversial top civil servant Olly Robbins sacked in a row over EU negotiating policy, according to reports.

Apr 30 10:42

LAUREN SOUTHERN | European Youth Organize To Stop Migrant Crossing In The French Alps…

Some interesting footage from the French Alps...

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Apr 30 10:40

Grab the Popcorn: Trump Promises to ‘Take On’ EU in New Trade War

As the US president struggles at home with a legislature and judiciary increasingly unwilling to do his bidding, new bluster and threats of a trade war with other nations appear to have become Trump’s rallying cry to the faithful.

Iran Deal: Trump 'Acts on Orders From Israeli Lobby in Washington' - Analyst
US President Donald Trump, at a meeting of his followers in Michigan on Saturday, suggested that his administration would do everything within its power to shift what the White House terms Washington DC's trade imbalance with the European Union, and hinted darkly that Americans must prepare for a bumpy and uncomfortable ride, according to RT.

In asserting that the EU was primarily formed to divert financial gains from the US, Trump promised that what he termed "disastrous trade deals" would stop, as he was going to personally "take on" the economic European powerhouse, as well as China, the largest economy in Asia and the second largest economy in the world.

Apr 29 18:37

74-Year-Old Swedish Woman Prosecuted For Criticizing Mass Immigration

A 74-year-old woman in Stockholm was prosecuted and fined for a Facebook post in which she criticized the number of African migrants arriving in Sweden.

According to the prosecution, the woman responded to an article about African immigrants by writing, “Why do these individuals not go home to Africa again.”

The woman also wrote other posts that the prosecution said were “negative to Muslims and immigration.”

The pensioner was convicted for “breach of opinion against a public group” and will now have to pay a fine of 12,250 SEK (around $1500 dollars).

Apr 29 15:26

EU plot to FREEZE funds of rebel member states in blow to Poland and Hungary

EUROPEAN Union countries which rebel against Brussels could have parts of their EU subsidies "frozen" under shock new plans, sources have revealed.

Eastern EU states such as Poland and Hungary would be punished under the proposals if they are deemed to have fallen short of the bloc's 'democratic values'.

Apr 29 09:53

Populist’s Electoral Success Forcing Europe to Think Twice About New Mass-Migration Schemes

Germany has U-turned and blocked a new European Union (EU) mass migration scheme it once supported, because of the electoral success of the anti-mass migration AfD party, a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) has said.

The unelected European Commission is currently pushing through reforms to asylum and migration policies, including the forced relocation of refugees and a new so-called “Blue Card” scheme to bring in thousands more “skilled” migrants.

The Commission pitched the scheme in 2016, claiming there will be 756,000 unfilled ICT jobs in the bloc by 2020, which can be filled by migrants instead of training up Europeans.

Angela Merkel’s Germany initially backed the “Blue Card” mass migration scheme, being negotiated behind closed doors, but switch to blocking it soon after September’s federal elections, an MEP claims.

Apr 29 09:24

Poland criticizes US claim that Polish law glorifies Nazism

American congressman Ro Khanna criticizes Holocaust Law, leading a bipartisan effort to force US state Department to apply pressure on Poland and Ukraine to fight against alleged state-sponsored anti-Semitism; Andrzej Pawluszek, an adviser to Polish PM, says Khanna's words are ' irresponsible and shocking.'

Apr 29 08:57

'We're NOT doing business with these guys' Donald Trump THREATENS EU

DONALD Trump blasted the EU and other nations at a rally in Michigan by threatening to "take on" the bloc and claims it takes “advantage” of the US.

Apr 28 10:53

Danes Furious After Immigration Minister Says Migrants "Cheat, Lie And Abuse"

In an editorial that has drawn the fury of progressives in Denmark, possibly the most conservative of the Nordic states, the country's immigration minister said "a significant group" of refugees "cheats, lies and abuses our trust" to soak the Danish government for additional benefits - or to cheat on exams that allow them to receive asylum status.

Apr 28 10:03

Hungarian politician SLAMS European Union for meddling in domestic migration policy

HUNGARIAN politician and Leader of the Fidesz Parliamentary Group Gergely Gulyás accused the European Union of meddling in Hungarian domestic policy and not respecting the country’s migration policy, while speaking on BBC’s Newsnight.

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