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Jun 30 11:39

Craig Murray: official line of a lone gunman in Tunisian attack is a lie.

I knew with certainty that the BBC and official line of a lone gunman being responsible for the Tunisian attacks was a lie, because one of the victims of one of the “other” gunmen was my dear niece Kirsty.

We had a terrible day of the attack, because for hours Kirsty was simply missing. I was the whole day on the phone to the FCO and Tunisian authorities, and we feared the worst. My brothers Neil (Kirsty’s dad) and Stuart managed to get out to Tunisia that very day. The only thought that we had was Kirsty’s safety. Thankfully she has been (strange to say in the circumstances) miraculously lucky in the path of the bullets. Many others were less fortunate. Radley also was less fortunate. I know how the families must feel of others, and there are some who even now are suffering the agony of no confirmation of disappeared relatives. 12 hours of that were bad enough.

Jun 30 10:24

‘Britain to send fence to France to block migrants’

Britain is reportedly set to build a 2-mile fence at the Channel Tunnel to stop migrants from boarding UK-bound trains.

Home Secretary Theresa May has said she wanted to send a “very clear message” that people will not be able to get through to the UK through this, the Daily Mail reported.

She said, “We are working very closely with the French authorities on this issue. We have been doing a number of things to increase security around the port.

“We are making a number of changes at Calais to increase security, we're also going to be putting some extra security fencing at Coquelle at the entrance to the Tunnel.”

The report says migrants have been trying to hide in vehicles waiting to board Channel Tunnel services at Coquelles and at the ferry port of Calais.

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Translation of this message, from the UK and France, to desperate immigrants: "Kill your children first, then yourselves next: we will incinerate your bones and use them for soil enrichment!"*

*Due to the recent bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) crisis in the European beef industry, the use of animal-derived products to feed cattle is now severely restricted. Large quantities of waste animal meat and bone meal (MBM), also known as animal flour, have to be safely disposed of or transformed. One disposal option is pyrolysis. Vacuum pyrolysis of an animal flour sample has been performed in a laboratory reactor. The results obtained revealed that vacuum pyrolysis can be an attractive alternative to incineration and cement kilns. The process generated a combustible gas (15.1 wt %), a high calorific value oil (35.1 wt %), a solid residue rich in minerals (39.1 wt %), and an aqueous phase rich in organics (10.7 wt %). The gas and the aqueous phase can be used to provide heat to the vacuum pyrolysis reactor and the MBM drying unit. The oil can be used alone or mixed with petroleum products as a fuel in boilers or gas turbines. Conversion of animal waste by pyrolysis into fuels can contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases. It is suggested to use the solid residue for agricultural soil enrichment in minerals and as a soil moisturizer.

To the leadership of the UK and France; some of these people cannot possibly go home, because they will be tortured and killed; others are trying to escape crushing poverty and corrupt governments at home.

And THIS policy is your most "compassionate answer" to their pain?!?

Please think again, leadership of the UK and France: you can do better than this.

Jun 30 09:30

Jewish Lord Faces British Child Sex Charges

British prosecutors said on Monday an aging Jewish member of the House of Lords would now face criminal action over accusations of serious historical child sex crimes after they overturned an earlier decision following anger from alleged victims.

Lord Greville Janner, 86, a former Labour member of parliament and ex-president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, is accused of more than 20 offenses on former residents of children’s homes in the 1970s and 1980s.

In April, Alison Saunders, Britain’s Director of Public Prosecutions said there was evidence to bring charges against Janner, who has always denied any wrongdoing, over 16 allegations of indecent assaults and six other counts.

But she said he was not fit to plead or give evidence because he was suffering from severe dementia and so a trial could not take place.

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Jun 30 09:22

Greece’s Downfall and Redemption

What the Greek people can turn to is a realistic and altogether more democratic and humane option – of demanding their country slash its monstrous military spend.

Decades of exorbitant military spending account for Greece’s present downfall under an Olympian-sized debt. European governments and news media portray the problem of Greece’s financial woes as public spending profligacy.

Jun 30 08:35

Cameron threatens RAF bombing raids against Islamic State in Syria: PM says response in wake of Tunisian beach massacre must involve 'military solutions'

RAF raids on Islamic State could be extended to its Syrian strongholds, David Cameron suggested yesterday.

The Prime Minister said ‘military solutions’ must form part of the response to IS in the wake of the Tunisian beach massacre. ‘We do need to crush IS in Iraq and Syria,’ he told MPs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, the purpose of the Tunisia false-flag was to escalate the conquest of Syria and the breakup of Iraq!

Jun 30 06:39

NSA spied on French economy ministers, companies: WikiLeaks

The US National Security Agency (NSA) wiretapped the communications of two French economy ministers and spied on the country's largest companies, according to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, just one week after it emerged the US had spied on the last three presidents of France.

Jun 29 16:24

GCHQ unit involved in manipulating citizens' behavior via internet - report

When not busy with counterterrorism operations, a secretive unit of the UK’s GCHQ spy agency reportedly helps traditional law enforcement and is engaged in manipulating public opinion via the internet, new documents reveal.

Jun 29 16:15

British politician to stand in the dock over child sex abuse

In the UK, Labour peer Greville Ewan Janner is set to stand trial over alleged child sex abuses.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has announced the decision which overturns a previous ruling that exempted the 89-year-old peer from criminal proceedings due to the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, RT reported on Monday.

Jun 29 13:48

Tunisia beach attack: Isis planning 'terrible acts' in Britain says David Cameron

UK prime minister David Cameron has warned that Islamic State (Isis) militants are planning "terrible" attacks against Britain.

Jun 29 13:46

Cuadrilla fracking application rejected by Lancashire Council

Lancashire County Council has unanimously voted to reject a planning application for fracking in the region. Residents and environmentalists, who have been protesting throughout the council’s two-day meeting, welcomed the news.

Jun 29 10:12

Britain, The Empire of Evil, Pushes Genocide and World War

As Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip arrived Wednesday in Germany for a three-day visit, the truly Satanic nature of the British Empire was on full display. Prince Philip's top aide, Martin Palmer, is the principal organizer of a French government-sponsored Paris conference in July, peddling the same genocidal program of “Earth stewardship” that would-be mass murderer John Schellnhuber inserted into the recent Papal Encyclical on climate change. The Paris conference is part of the propaganda assault, leading to the next 'Copenhagen' conference at the end of the year, also in Paris. The Worldwatch Institute, founded by Lester Brown, has just issued a report, demanding an end to all subsidies for fossil-fuel and nuclear power, as part of the drive for a total conversion to renewables like solar and wind power.

Jun 29 09:46

British households still £500 a year worse off than before financial crisis

ONS says median disposable income remains lower than in 2008, with poorest fifth paying disproportionately more of their income in taxes than richest fifth

Jun 29 08:42

Janner charged with historic child abuse

Prosecutors on Monday brought 22 charges of abuse against an elderly politician accused of using his position to have sex with young boys.

The prosecution against Lord Greville Janner, a former MP and a member of the House of Lords, represents a victory for campaigners who have demanded tougher action on child abuse.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) had initially declined to bring charges against the 86-year-old because he is suffering from Alzheimer's and was considered too ill to stand trial.

But after intense criticism, director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders announced he has now been charged with offences against nine victims, all but one of them aged 16 or under at the time, relating to alleged incidents between 1963 and 1988.

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Jun 29 07:47

‘Unlawful, structurally unfair’ fast-track asylum system scrapped in Court of Appeal

Britain’s Court of Appeal has suspended the controversial detained fast-track (DFT) system, which imprisons thousands of asylum seekers each year while they appeal rulings.

Jun 29 06:37

Lancashire Council in Britain Deals Blow to Shale Industry

Britain’s ambitions to produce natural gas from shale rock were set back on Monday when a local government rejected a company’s drilling plan.

The Lancashire County Council, in northwest England, turned down a request by the shale gas explorer Cuadrilla Resources to drill four wells at a site called Preston New Road and test them with hydraulic fracturing, which involves pumping water and other material down wells to break open the rock to allow gas to flow.

Before the vote, councilors spoke emotionally against the plan, saying that it would mar the landscape, create unacceptable levels of noise and might also saddle the county with pollution problems years down the road. The rejection was greeted with loud applause by shale opponents.

Jun 29 06:33

Smart meters set to cost Blighty as much as replacing Trident

Smart meters will cost as much as the Trident nuclear deterrent to implement, with the full cost of the scheme rising to £19bn, according to a government report.

Total lifetime costs of the programme have now risen by £2bn since 2013, according to a report by the Major Projects Authority.

In contrast, estimates of the new Trident procurement price it between £17.5bn and £23.4bn.

Surprisingly, the smart meter project has been flagged as "amber" — meaning "successful delivery appears feasible but significant issues already exist."

This is despite a number of warnings that the programme is in danger of turning into a "costly failure".

Jun 28 20:39

Hated Care.data scheme now 'unachievable', howls UK.gov watchdog

Project is one of four so bad it's easier to flush the money down the toiilet

Jun 28 18:04

‘Unlawful, structurally unfair’ fast-track asylum system scrapped in Court of Appeal

Britain’s Court of Appeal has suspended the controversial detained fast-track (DFT) system, which imprisons thousands of asylum seekers each year while they appeal rulings.

Jun 28 16:37

MI5’s Killing Spree in Northern Ireland

“Cameron went completely off script at that point and he said ‘Look, the last administration couldn’t deliver an inquiry in your husband’s case and neither can we.’” Asked why by Jane Winter of British Irish Rights Watch, Mr.David Cameron, according to Ms. Winter, replied: “Because there are people all around this place who won’t let it happen.”

Jun 28 16:36

Police suppressed child sex abuse report ahead of 2010 UK election

Britain’s second largest police force suppressed the release of a report detailing how criminal gangs were sexually grooming vulnerable young girls, over fears its findings would spark racial tensions ahead of Britain’s 2010 general election.

Jun 28 09:55

With knife murders spiking after gun ban, UK urges “Save a life-surrender your knife”

First its guns, now its knifes, soon it will be cars, forks, and any other thing that could possibly hurt someone. (besides of course the actual government which kills more people worldwide than any common citizen defending his or herself ever could.)

Jun 28 09:11

‘Tory ‘right to buy’ policy threatens UK homes’

British media reports suggest the Conservative government’s ‘right-to-buy’ policy threatens mass selloffs of Britain’s council homes.

During last month’s election campaign, PM David Cameron promised to give 1.3 million people living in council houses the right to buy their homes.

Jun 28 08:33

Calls for Director of Public Prosecutions to quit after Mail on Sunday forces U-turn over Lord Janner trial

The Director of Public Prosecutions was facing calls to quit last night as her decision not to prosecute alleged paedophile Lord Janner was dramatically overturned.

The legal U-turn came just days after The Mail on Sunday revealed that the Labour peer had made secret visits to Parliament despite medics claiming he was too ill to be questioned by police.

Jun 28 08:33

Police files on child sex abuse at Gordonstoun school have vanished

Official files on police investigations of child abuse at Gordonstoun, the school in the Scottish Highlands that educated the Queen’s sons and Prince Philip, appear to have gone missing or been destroyed.

In a case investigated by the Observer, a teacher named Derek Jones seriously sexually assaulted a number of children attending the junior school around 1990. He was twice questioned by police in the following years after the children told their parents what had happened. Files were forwarded to the Procurator Fiscal, Scotland’s prosecution service, but it was decided not to prosecute. The files would normally be retained, but Scotland’s Crown Office says they now cannot be found.

Jun 27 17:18

The Delphi Declaration – Paul Craig Roberts

The Delphi Declaration asks the European peoples, especially the Germans, to do the right thing and object to the plunder of Greece by the One Percent.

This appeal to goodwill is likely to fall on deaf ears even though the pillage of Greece will create a precedent that can then be applied to Italy, Spain, France, and even Germany.

European governments, European institutions and the IMF, acting in close alliance, if not under direct control of big international banks and other financial institutions, are now exercising a maximum of pressure, including open threats, blackmailing and a slander and terror communication campaign against the recently elected Greek government and against the Greek people.

Jun 27 17:13

Greece – The Delphi Declaration

The world must realize that the so-called troika – IMF, European Central Bank and European Commission, is literally blackmailing Greece and subjecting her to outright economic torture.

During the weekend of 20 and 21 June 2015 a forum of international scholars, scientists, economists, sociologists, political analysts – met in Delphi Greece to discuss Greece and Europe.

The organizers were the so-called “Delphi Initiative”, sponsored by the Lyssarides Foundation in Cyprus, the Greek Institute for Research on Political Strategies, the Russian Institute for Globalization and Social Movements, and the Forum Mondial des Alternatives, France.

The world must realize that the so-called troika – IMF, European Central Bank and European Commission, is literally blackmailing Greece and subjecting her to outright economic torture.

Jun 27 15:52

Don't be fooled: “media watchdogs” are Israeli propaganda tools

Alastair Sloan examines Israel’s key internet propaganda tools which pretend to seek "balance" in Western media reporting about the Palestine-Israel conflict but are in fact part of the Israel’s well-funded hasbara programme.

Jun 27 14:38

Latin American Revolutions Under Attack

The World is Turning, Don't Let it Turn Away

Do not take the Latin American revolutions for granted.

They inspired the entire Planet. They brought hope to every corner of our scarred Earth. But now they are themselves in need of our support.

All of revolutionary Latin America is “screaming”.

As I described in two of my recent books, “Exposing Lies Of The Empire” and “Fighting Against Western Imperialism”, the Empire is using similar destabilization strategy against all countries that are resisting its deadly embrace.

Jun 27 14:25

Lower US Flag on 4th of July

We need to do a lot more searching, a lot deeper digging, if we're going to root out and destroy the virus that has been killing us for centuries!

For over half a century, I’ve written articles against racism and war. I was shocked and I grieved to see what happened at the Charleston Emanuel Church. Quickly, the call went out: We need to have a “conversation” about race in America! And, almost as quickly: Take down the Confederate flag! But, let’s be very clear: the Confederate flag is NOT a central issue here.

On the 4th of July, when Americans raise their flags as a proud symbol of their “freedom,” will anyone dare to lower their flags to half-mast to commemorate the 60,000 Americans who died in a now-acknowledged “unnecessary” war in Vietnam– let alone the millions of Asians?

Would it be disrespectful even to suggest such a gesture?

Jun 27 13:26

‘Address Your Remarks To Downing Street’ –The Sunday Times Editor Deepens His Snowden Debacle

George Orwell once wrote:

'I really don't know which is more stinking, the Sunday Times or The Observer. I go from one to the other like an invalid turning from side to side in bed and getting no comfort which ever way he turns.' (George Orwell, quoted, Bernard Crick, George Orwell: A Life, p. 233, Penguin Books, 1992)

The competition remains fierce, but the Sunday Times edged marginally ahead with a recent front-page exclusive that stank to truly celestial heights. As we noted in our previous alert, the Sunday Times dramatically claimed that Russia and China had 'cracked the top-secret cache of files stolen by the fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden'. The 'exclusive story' contained precisely no evidence for its anonymous claims, no challenges to the assertions made and no journalistic balance. In a CNN interview the same day, lead reporter Tom Harper trashed his own credibility, and that of his paper, when he blurted:

Jun 27 13:24

Thousands of jobs lost in UK

Thousands of workers are losing their jobs across all sectors of the UK economy.

The losses belie the latest figures, hailed a miracle achievement by Prime Minister David Cameron, registering unemployment as dropping to a seven-year low of 5.5 percent. The figures only register the growth in low-paid, part-time, temporary and zero-hours contract jobs as the government drives people into cheap-labour employment in welfare to work programmes.

Jun 27 12:02

Monstrous vampires: Cameron and friends about to bleed the NHS dry

With previous Conservative governments, as bad as they were, essential state services such as Health and Education weren’t privatised. How things now look set to change as David Cameron is setting the stage of the privatization of the National Health Service.

The biggest risk to the NHS is the introduction of an American model in Britain, where citizens need to have a private healthcare plan to have access to medical care. This system is absolutely dangerous and classist, because it doesn’t allow to low income households to have a decent and free healthcare. Moreover the American model is often subject to insurance frauds and the influence of very rich lobbies.

Jun 27 08:51

Expansion Of Police Privatisation

In a bid to cut costs, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) is considering the expansion of private contractors on front-line duties in the Isle of Mann, causing alarm among residents.

Jun 26 19:27

Expansion Of Police Privatisation

(Acclaimed News) In a bid to cut costs, the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) is considering the expansion of private contractors on front-line duties in the Isle of Mann, causing alarm among residents.

Jun 26 15:17

Government ‘must step in to pay for Rotherham sex abuse probe’

A Rotherham MP has urged the Government to foot the bill of up to £15 million for the National Crime Agency’s criminal probe into the town’s child sexual exploitation scandal.

Jun 26 13:32

Greece – the Way Out

The Greek people are being penalized for having had the audacity to elect a socialist government – How dare they! – That’s the verdict.

What the troika is doing to Greece these days is the pinnacle of financial terrorism.It is economic waterboarding. It is blackmailing of the first degree. These people are neoliberal fascists, putting the Greek government before a dilemma – ‘either you present us with an acceptable list of austerities, or we will prepare one for you’ – literally. An austerity plan you better accept, lest you may default and being expulsed from the European monetary union and maybe even the EU. That is their threat. That is what Brussels does to a brother; to one of theirs. There is not a shred of solidarity left in this miss-called ‘Union’. This ‘Union’ doesn’t deserve existing.

Jun 26 12:40

British police forcibly drag disabled protesters out of parliament

British police forces have clashed with disabled protesters, pushing them out of the Houses of Parliament.

The protesters were trying to make their way into Prime Minister's Questions, a constitutional convention held every Wednesday, when clashes broke out.

Jun 26 07:52

Queen to get nearly £43mn from Treasury

Queen Elizabeth II is set to receive 42.8 million pounds from the Treasury in the 2016-2017 financial year.

The amount is nearly £12m more than the Queen received in 2012.

Jun 26 06:51

UK.gov spaffed billions into IT projects at 'high risk of failure' last year

The British government blew £2.5bn on a number of IT projects flagged at high risk of failure in 2014/15, a Register analysis of the Major Project Authority annual report into big government programmes can reveal. The lifetime cost of all those IT projects is almost £36bn.

The annual report on the status of 188 big projects said the total budget for 2014/15 was £22bn. The total lifetime value of all those projects is £489bn over 40 years, it said.

Jun 25 18:24

Lancashire councillors prevented from blocking proposals for UK's first fracking site, says council member

County councillors had been due to decide whether or not to approve the UK’s first fracking site, near Preston, on 24 June. However, after adjourning the meeting several times, they decided to postpone the final decision until 29 June to allow them more time to process “secret” legal advice they had been given earlier in the day.

According to one of the those present, Councillor Paul Hayhurst, the advice essentially said they had no legal grounds for blocking the application and if they did so they could expect a costly legal battle with the applicant – the gas company Cuadrilla – which they would probably lose. As a result, he believes the councillors went from a position where they were ready to block the development to one where they were narrowly in favour.

Jun 25 11:44

UK, France Order 21 Satellite Launches From Russia's Roscosmos

Roscosmos has signed a contract with French and the UK firms on 21 commercial satellite launches on the Soyuz carrier rocket.

Jun 25 10:24

Gaza - one year on

Gaza vigil - Friday 10th July, 2015, Time: 5.30pm to 7.30pm
Richmond Terrace (opposite Downing Street), Whitehall, London

Jun 25 09:16

'Pointless' £3m GM wheat trial fails

The so-called "whiffy wheat" project to create a genetically engineered crop that wards off aphids by releasing an alarm signal scent cost £732,000.

But this was dwarfed by the extra £2,238,439 spent on fencing and other security measures for the field trial after threats of destructive attacks by anti-GM activists.

Campaign group GM Freeze claimed the scientists had wasted taxpayers' money in a pointless bid to "outwit nature".

Both the the trial itself and the steps taken to keep out the vandals, as well as earlier laboratory work, were wholly Government-funded through the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.

After success in the lab, the genetically modified wheat turned out to be ineffective at repelling aphids in the outdoor trial conducted at the Rothamsted Research institute in Harpenden, Herts.

Jun 24 15:13

Revealed: Almost 3 Million Faces Stored On Met Police Database

As the result of a Freedom of Information request it has emerged that the London Met Police are compiling a database of almost 3 million people. To put this into perspective, there are currently 8 million people living in the capital.

Jun 24 12:51

Police refused to warn public about child grooming gangs

West Midlands Police knew five years ago that Asian grooming gangs were targeting children outside schools across the city - but failed to make the threat public.

Documents obtained by the Birmingham Mail show the force were aware pupils were at risk of child sexual exploitation (CSE) back in 2010.

Jun 24 11:48

UK Companies in Mass Tech Exodus Over Controversial Snoopers' Charter

Concerns over Britain's controversial Snoopers' Charter are forcing tech companies based in the UK to leave the country.

Jun 24 11:17

Police refused to warn public about child grooming gangs

West Midlands Police knew five years ago that Asian grooming gangs were targeting children outside schools across the city - but failed to make the threat public.

Documents obtained by the Birmingham Mail show the force were aware pupils were at risk of child sexual exploitation (CSE) back in 2010.

Jun 24 09:24

Video: Machete-wielding man on deadly rampage in London (Helicopter footage)

A man who decapitated an elderly woman in Edmonton, north London in September last year was cleared of murder charges on the grounds of insanity.

Jun 24 09:14

Man builds giant computer at home

For many tech companies the race is on to build ever smaller computer processors, but one British man has gone in the opposite direction.

James Newman is building a 14m (45ft) computer processor in the lounge of his bungalow in Cambridge.

Mr Newman's 16-bit "mega processor" will contain 14,000 individual transistors and 3,500 LED Lights.

So far the project had taken him three years and cost about £20,000, he told the BBC.

Jun 24 08:55

Software companies are leaving the UK because of government’s surveillance plans

Growing concerns about Snooper's Charter and crypto backdoors fuelling exodus.

Jun 24 06:59

War crimes suspect Shaul Mofaz evades arrest at UK parliament

The former head of the Israeli military Shaul Mofaz was allowed to speak in the UK parliament on Monday despite calls from Palestinians and their allies for his immediate arrest due to alleged responsibility for war crimes.

Jun 24 06:56

New documents yet more evidence of UK & European role in US drone strikes

The Guardian and the New York Times have today revealed the existence of documents showing the contribution made by UK intelligence agency GCHQ to US drone strikes in Yemen.

Jun 24 06:55

Doctors are getting patients 'hooked on happy pills': Investigation launched into prescriptions such as Valium after more than nine million were given out in a year

Doctors are doling out powerful sedatives too freely and for too long – fuelling a growing addiction problem among patients, experts have warned.

The British Medical Association is to launch an investigation into the prescription of benzodiazepines, a class of anti-anxiety drugs including temazepam and diazepam – more commonly known as Valium.

More than nine million benzodiazepine prescriptions are given out each year in England – mostly for anxiety, but also as sleeping tablets – at a cost of £49million, according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

Jun 23 21:39

UK Doctors Warn TTIP Means Certain Death for Public Healthcare

Doctors in the United Kingdom are warning that passage of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will mean certain death for the country's public healthcare system, opening the door for privatization and lawsuits from the United States' for-profit medical industry.

Jun 23 11:30

Tory cuts plunge families further into poverty

Experts have warned against British government’s plans to cut tax credits and other working-age benefits, saying they will be “extremely unfair” on low-income households.

Jun 23 11:06

GCHQ spying on rights groups ‘illegal’

The GCHQ’s secret surveillance of two international human rights groups was illegal, according to the judicial tribunal handling complaints against the intelligence services.

Jun 22 20:52

Working families could lose up to £1,690 under tax credits cuts, ministers warned

Families with two children could lose up to £1,690 if the Government implements deep cuts to tax credits in its drive to slash spending on welfare by £12bn a year, ministers have been warned.

Jun 22 18:31

Clouds ruin Summer Solstice in Reading

Dr Brugge said: “This (cloudy conditions) made it the coldest June 21 for three years. Indeed when coupled with a moderate breeze blowing through the trees, it felt at times more like late September when such daytime temperatures are more typical.

"However, by 6pm a burst of late afternoon sunshine managed to lift the temperature to 18.7 °C.

"The last time the temperature reached a warm 25 °C in Reading on June 21, was as far back as 1998 when 27.4 °C was recorded.

Jun 22 16:52

Birds hit hard by cold spring weather say gamekeepers

Around the UK gamekeepers are reporting failed egg clutches and delayed hatching as a result of the unseasonably wet and cold weather this spring
hen pheasant

With the Met Office reporting a cooler than average May (-0.8°C) and a 157 per cent average rainfall across the UK that month, many birds were left feeling the chill.

Lindsay Waddell, headkeeper at the Raby estate, and Shooting Times contributor, described spring conditions in Teesdale as “bitterly cold with snow on high ground”

Jun 22 13:12

‘40% of UK university students say courses worthless’

In Britain, as many as four in 10 university students, who have paid an increased tuition fee, believe their courses were not worth the money they had to pay for.

Jun 22 08:43

The system is at war with itself: British Government threatens to close BBC

British Prime Minister David Cameron has reportedly threatened to shut down the state-funded British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) over its biased coverage of the latest general election in the European country.

Jun 22 07:51

Some 40 people hurt in UK park chemical leak

Some 40 people have been treated in the UK following a chemical leak at a holiday park swimming pool.

Emergency services were called to the Wild Duck Holiday Park in Belton near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk on Sunday at 14:35 British Summer Time after a chemical leak there, the state-run BBC reported.

Jun 22 06:39

British Government will cause loss of 30,000 NHS nurses

Some 30,000 nurses in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) face layoffs over the Conservative government’s immigrant laws which threaten a staffing crisis.

British media reports say non-EU staff on less than £35,000 after six years in the country are to be kicked out in line with the law.

Jun 21 23:01

Cameron threatens to close BBC over biased election coverage

British Prime Minister David Cameron has reportedly threatened to shut down the state-funded British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) over its biased coverage of the latest general election in the European country.

Jun 21 17:30

'How a £90 will by Barclays lost half my house'

A woman is seeking hundreds of thousands of pounds compensation from Barclays, claiming the bank's will-writing service resulted in her losing a stake in a valuable London home.

Barclays is contesting the claim.

But, in an interesting twist, Telegraph Money can reveal that when the complaint was previously assessed by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), the bank was found at fault. The Ombudsman ordered Barclays to pay "a fair and reasonable settlement".

Unusually, Barclays decided to ignore the Financial Ombudsman's recommendation.

The matter has now gone to the High Court.

Jun 21 15:30

Queen's income safe from cuts for two years despite rising revenues

Formula for calculating Queen's income should safeguard her from the government's austerity plans, despite an 11 per cent rise in her income

Jun 21 15:23

Bradford sisters who left UK 'to join Isis' were radicalised by British police, relatives say

British police are partly responsible for the radicalisation of three sisters thought to have taken their children to join extremists in Syria, it has been claimed.

Mohammed Shoaib and Akhtar Iqbal, whose wives both left their homes in Bradford to travel to Syria, suggested that police encouraged their radicalisation by urging the women to contact their brother who had already left for Syria. It is believed he is fighting for with the Isis terror group.

In a letter to Keith Vaz, chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee, and the Home and Foreign Secretaries, lawyers for the two husbands said that “plainly the North East Counter-Terrorism Unit (Nectu) has been complicit in the grooming and radicalising of the women,” the Mail on Sunday reported.

Jun 21 13:54

Military chiefs secretly lobby Osborne to protest defense cuts

At a secret meeting Friday, defense chiefs are said to have lobbied Chancellor George Osborne to leave their offensive capacity intact rather than implementing deep spending cuts to military budgets, according to reports.

Jun 21 13:00

Trapping Russia to Prove a Negative

The prove-a-negative trap is the Big Lie technique of Nazi propagandist Josef Goebbels: there is no substance to the allegations and there is no obligation to present evidence to verify, thanks to the dutiful and unquestioning nature of Western corporate “journalism”.

The United States and its Western allies are trying to ensnare Russia in an audacious disinformation trap over the Ukraine conflict. That trap involves imposing an insoluble conundrum on Vladimir Putin’s government, which we might call “prove a negative”. It is a familiar conceptual device that Washington has used elsewhere, against Iraq and Iran for example, in order to pursue what are otherwise illegitimate geopolitical aims.Russia is being held up as the guilty party that is undermining the shaky Minsk ceasefire; and Western economic sanctions are being extended “until Russia implements the ceasefire”.

Jun 21 12:24

UK's child poverty rate heading towards largest hike: Experts

Child poverty rate in Britain is reportedly heading towards its largest increase in a generation, reversing over a decade of progress that began in the late 1990s, leading independent experts say.

Jun 21 11:46

UK is 'biggest tax haven in EU,' says global tax expert

British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies make up almost 25 percent of the world’s tax havens blacklisted by the European Commission.

Jun 21 11:38

British campaigners demand cuts to queen expenses

British campaigners demand a review of the queen’s finances after reports that royal spending will not face cuts for at least another couple of years.

Jun 21 10:44

War veterans oppose recruitment of minors

British war veterans launch a campaign against enlisting 16-year-olds into the military.

Jun 21 10:26

Nazis or Zionists?

Moses Hess coined the term national socialism, commonly shortened to Nazism, which he intended to use for Jewish nationalism - and this as early as 1862.

They Act Like NaZis, Because They WERE The NaZis.

Jun 21 09:56

The Myth of Global ‘Free’ Trade

The key to TTIP is the so-called Investor-State Dispute Settlement mechanism that essentially gives corporations free reign to sue governments using a “failure to implement” provision, if state policies or legislation interfere with profits. But is this all about trade?

There was a direct, crucial “secret” agenda linking the G7 meeting in Germany and the Bilderberg meeting in Austria last week; the advancement of the virtually secret negotiations towards the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), the massive free trade agreement between the US and the EU.

Even though the corporate powers behind TTIP are itching for a deal to be reached before the end of 2015, serious (negotiation) trouble remains.

Jun 21 09:55

YET ANOTHER ZIO BEX ALERT

This time from Britain …..

One question arises from the report below …. If what they say is all true, WHAT ARE THEY SO WORRIED ABOUT?

Jun 21 09:50

Trump for President? — Paul Craig Roberts

This is not my endorsement of Trump for President. It is merely my speculations on how we might think of how large egos might be brought into our service.

Celente put it well. If you look at the sorry collection that aspires to be the CEO of what continues to be described as the “exceptional, indispensable, most important country with the largest economy and military, the world’s only Superpower, the Uni-power,” you see a collection of nobodies. America is like the last days of Rome when contenting factions fought to put their puppet on the throne.

In actual fact, Trump might be our best candidate to date. By all accounts, he is very rich. Thus, he doesn’t need the office in order to become rich by selling out America to interest groups.

Jun 21 09:47

Alison Weir Replies to JVP Leaders’ McCarthy-like Attacks

It is time to stop fighting among ourselves, for JVP and others to stop their witch hunts against deeply committed writers and activists, for JVP to stop its attempted censorship and domination of the Palestine movement, and for all of us to get on with our desperately important work.

With the publication of my book last year, “Against our Better Judgment: The hidden history of how the US was used to create Israel,” the attacks seemed to escalate.

It appeared that some JVP leaders were attempting to thwart my talks and prevent people from learning the facts that my book and my talks contain.

Jun 21 09:22

Anti-austerity marchers told to 'go wave your banners while grown ups run the country' by Westminster councillor

A central London councillor has mocked anti-austerity protesters on Twitter telling them to “go wave your banners” while the “grown-ups get on running the country”.

Using the #EndAusterityNow hashtag , Conservative Westminster city councillor Richard Holloway dismissed the protest:

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That may have been his "Let them eat cake" moment!

Jun 20 18:58

Charles's heir miles bill soars over £1million: Cost of 'green' Prince's globetrotting has risen by £100,000 a year... thanks to 28-seat luxury jet

His environmental credentials are well known – but then so is his taste for some of the finer things in life.

So Prince Charles will be braced for scrutiny when figures released this week reveal he has spent more than £1million of public money on air travel in the past year, thanks in part to his use of a luxury French jet named Head of State.

Boasting a double bed, shower room, ‘presidential’ area and an array of plush, clubman-style recliner seats, the converted Airbus A320-232 has been hired for three of the Prince’s foreign trips. One of these alone – to America – cost almost a quarter of a million pounds.

Jun 20 18:55

Osborne and IDS vow to press ahead with £12bn benefits cuts as they pledge a 'return to sanity'

George Osborne and Iain Duncan Smith have insisted they will push ahead with plans to slash another £12 billion a year from the benefits bill.

The Chancellor and Work and Pensions Secretary reiterated their determination to achieve the savings in full after a major anti-austerity protest on the streets of London.

Jun 20 15:22

Anti-austerity protest: This is just the start of our campaign, say marchers

Cries to end austerity echoed through the streets of central London as a reported 250,000 people campaigned against a new wave of government spending cuts.

Protesters gathered outside the Bank of England before marching to Parliament Square in one of the biggest anti-austerity events in recent years, and the first major protest since the new Government was formed.

A spokesman from the People’s Assembly, which organised the march, said: “Today is not the end of our campaign against austerity but the start of a mass movement prepared to take on this Government.”

Jun 20 14:39

Tony Blair attends Russian economic forum, days after receiving Ukrainian job offer

Tony Blair appeared at the St Petersburg Economic Forum in Russian President Vladimir Putin’s hometown on Friday, where the former UK prime minister advised business leaders on ways they could improve their performance.

Jun 20 12:48

In the USA – “I Cannot Write!”

The West is finished, its culture dead. What is left is unattractive, even horrifying. There is no heart, no compassion, and no creativity.

It was the first time in many years that I had missed my column, my essays, for several weeks.

I was shocked by the state in which I found the United States.

I couldn’t breath. I lost the ability to write. I felt anger building inside me. The anger was suffocating, strangling me. It was unhealthy anger, mixed with frustration! It was not that sacred anger one feels when going to a battle against great evil. It was also somehow petty, indescribable, and pathetic. It was breaking me, humiliating me.

I hated the fights I had to fight here.

I tried to see the reality that was surrounding me with different eyes but wherever I looked I saw only a dysfunctional, sad, collapsing country and culture.

This visit broke me. It exhausted me. It thoroughly depressed me.

Jun 20 10:23

‘Fatally flawed’ Bank of England stress tests peddle myth of financial security – report

Bank of England (BoE) stress tests of Britain’s banking sector are “fatally flawed” and peddle the myth that the financial system is secure, a report by the Adam Smith Institute says.

The report, published Thursday, was authored by Professor of Finance and Economics at Durham University Kevin Dowd. It calls for the yearly tests to be scrapped and warns that they hide serious weaknesses in a vulnerable UK banking system.

Jun 20 09:51

London marches against austerity

Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of London on Saturday in the UK’s biggest anti-austerity rally for years to oppose the new Tory government’s program of social benefit cuts and privatization. A reported 250,000 attended the rally.

Jun 20 08:04

Charlotte Church and Russell Brand join protesters at End Austerity Now rally in London

An estimated 250,000 marched from the Bank of England to the Houses of Parliament to protest against Tory Government cuts.

Jun 20 07:37

British banks slash exposure to Greece amid fears the country is heading for bankruptcy and eurozone expulsion

Figures from the Bank of England showed the UK lenders, pension funds and other financial firms had £2billion tied up in the crisis torn nation at the end of March. That was the smallest amount since records began in 2004 and down from £9.6billion a year earlier and a peak of £12.4billion in March 2008.

Jun 20 03:00

UK Readies for Massive Protest Against 'Austerity on Steroids'

A massive and growing anti-austerity movement will take to the streets of London on Saturday, June 20, with demonstrators demanding "an alternative to austerity and to policies that only benefit those at the top."

Jun 19 18:02

We can pay £7bn to fix parliament, or much less to an arsonist. You choose

First, let us just absorb the fact that the quote for restoration of the Palace of Westminster was pegged at £3bn in March. “A not inconsequential sum of public money,” declared Speaker Bercow, with the worldly air of a man who knows you could get a short war for that and still have change for a duck house. An official report now concludes that up to £7bn could be required. If my experience of commissioning building work is any guide – and I struggle to see how it isn’t – this estimate will rocket into double figures the second a workman breaks ground on his first cup of tea.

Jun 19 16:34

Jens Stoltenberg: NATO’s Mr Zig-Zag

So, who is rattling sabres here?

Obviously, the NATO alliance is on a dangerous, threatening roll toward Russia’s borders. American-led war games, thousands of troops and tanks, missiles, warplanes and warships have proliferated at dizzying speed over the past year, from the Baltic to the Black Sea. Currently, NATO is conducting its biggest-ever war manoeuvres in the Baltic region, and yet when Russia takes reasonable defensive measures, Stoltenberg accuses Moscow of sabre-rattling. Just this week, prior to the Russian ICBM announcement, the Pentagon told the Paris Air Show that it was considering the stationing of its new generation of stealth F-22 and F-35 fighter jets in Europe – another contravention in a whole series of audacious contraventions of the 1997 Russia-NATO Founding Act which forbids such NATO military expansion.

Jun 19 15:39

British Government Caught Red Handed Protecting Israeli War Criminal

British Government Caught Red Handed Protecting Israeli War Criminal

Jun 19 15:11

Alison Weir Replies to JVP Leaders’ McCarthy-like Attacks

I hope JVP will desist from its attacks on those it dislikes, and will instead focus on the often excellent work it is doing and that its members want.

I feel strongly that we all contribute important things to the movement for justice and peace in Palestine.It is time to stop fighting among ourselves, for JVP and others to stop their witch hunts against deeply committed writers and activists, for JVP to stop its attempted censorship and domination of the Palestine movement, and for all of us to get on with our desperately important work.

That’s what I intend to do.

—Alison Weir

Jun 19 08:49

How the British police protected Jimmy Savile for decades

How the British police allowed Jimmy Savile to conduct decades of systematic abuse on children.

Jun 19 07:33

Revealed: How MPs spend hundreds of thousands of pounds of YOUR money on jollies to little-known summits in glamour hotspots around the world

MPs and peers are lavishing hundreds of thousands of pounds a year attending little-known summits in glamorous locations across the world, figures released under freedom of information have revealed.

Politicians from all parties have run up huge bills attending 'parliamentary assemblies' for organisations including the Council of Europe and Nato held in locations such as New York, Helsinki, Vienna, Madrid, Paris and Brussels.

Jun 19 06:41

Ex-Israeli foreign minister granted diplomatic immunity

An anti-war activist has slammed the British government for what he calls protecting war criminals.

“It is a disgraceful policy intended to protect criminals on all levels not just the war criminals and crimes against humanity,” peace activist Kenneth O’Keefe told Press TV on Friday.

He was reacting to a recent decision by the British government to grant diplomatic immunity to former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni.

Jun 18 22:06

‘True friend of Ukraine’ Tony Blair tapped by Poroshenko to join Kiev advisory council

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has invited former British PM Tony Blair to "share his experience of public administration" on an international council of European public figures advising Kiev on government reforms.

Jun 18 21:48

Secret Death Squads Backed by Thatcher Government Killed Hundreds in N. Ireland

In 1974, a coordinated attack was launched in the Irish cities of Dublin and Monaghan. On May 17, three car bombs were detonated during rush hour in the nation’s capital. Only 90 minutes later, a fourth explosion went off in Monaghan, just south of the border with Northern Ireland. Thirty-three people were killed. An estimated 300 were injured.

The loyalist paramilitary group Ulster Volunteer Force claimed responsibility for the attack, and in a recent Irish documentary, “Collusion,” a member of the group claims that the bombings were conducted under direction from the British Army. The goal: to implement a civil war.

Jun 18 16:00

UK accused of ditching freedom of information requests

The British government has been accused of breaching Freedom of Information Act by enforcing a system that automatically deletes emails sent from Downing Street.

Jun 18 15:48

Parliament restoration plan could cost up to £5.7bn

Major restoration of the Houses of Parliament without moving MPs and peers out would cost £5.7bn and take 32 years, a report says.

If MP and peers were moved out for six years, the cost would drop to £3.5bn, an independent report has said.

The 150-year-old Grade I listed building is partly sinking, contains asbestos and has outdated cabling.

Jun 18 15:46

Protest over government funding to Drax CO2 carbon plan

The £2bn White Rose project plans to transport CO2 produced at Drax near Selby, through a pipeline and store it beneath the North Sea.

Campaigners say taxpayers money should be spent on educating the public on carbon reduction methods.

Developers have said it would reduce CO2 emissions at Drax by up to 90%.
The government has already awarded millions of pounds for a feasibility study for the scheme.

Campaigner Duncan Law said: "The best kind of capture of carbon is the carbon that is not emitted and if you invest in it you invest in it for the long term rather than building huge carbon intensive infrastructure."

Jun 18 15:44

6,000 Scots homes hit with contaminated water that is so bad it’s unfit to even be BOILED

RESIDENTS in more than 6,000 Scots homes have been warned their tap water is so contaminated it’s unfit to even be boiled.

Scottish Water urged the householders in North Lanarkshire not to wash, cook with or drink the water after worked through the night to assess the danger.

Homes and businesses in the affected areas of Carfin, Newarthill, Chapelhall, New Stevenston and Dalziel Park had reported smelly, discoloured tap water yesterday.

Supplies of bottled water were delivered to affected areas last night and this morning.

Jun 18 14:26

Magna Carta at 800: A Promise Unfulfilled

As the world marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, Michael Ratner says the promised guarantees of liberty are unfulfilled as our elected leaders continue to flout the law through indefinite detentions in Guantanamo, illegal wars and imprisoning millions.

Jun 18 12:28

‘Nigerian slaves’ face sexual exploitation in UK

“I am extremely concerned about this. And we’re talking about several hundred every year. This isn’t just a one-off it’s continuous so the treatment of these people, what they go through, is actually a very serious crime, so for me it’s a big problem. But also I think the fact that there is a demand for this kind of exploitation in the United Kingdom really concerns me, that there are people who will want to buy sex, will want to exploit, will want to have children as what are current-day slaves, so that is a really serious problem,”

said Kevin Hyland.

Jun 18 08:35

King John Butchered Authors of Magna Carta

… or at least he tried to butcher them. On this day 800 years ago, King John was compelled to sign Magna Charta, formally accepting a limit to his prerogative to ravage everything in England. But the ink on his signature was barely dry before he brought in foreign forces and tried to wipe out the barons who had compelled him to sign the Charta.

Jun 18 07:37

UK provides precision guided weapons to Saudi Air Force – MoD

UK Defence Ministry admits it is providing precision guided weapons to assist the Saudi Air Force.

Jun 17 21:55

‘We Just Publish The Position Of The British Government’ – Edward Snowden, The Sunday Times And The Death Of Journalism

Major news organisations continue to act as mindless conduits for anonymous state propaganda, somehow unable to learn the blindingly obvious lessons of past deceptions. Given the scale of the Iraq and Libyan catastrophes, this is powerful testimony indeed to the sheer depth of the structural corruption of the corporate media system. Not even Iraq, not even the deaths of one million Iraqis, not even the devastation of a country of 26 million people, are enough to deter journalists who are driven by ruthless political and economic forces, apparently immune to public pressure - so far.

Jun 17 10:25

‘BBC covering truth on 9/11’

The BBC is purposely withholding information that is of vital interest to the UK public and ultimately endangering the very public the BBC is contractually obligated “to serve”.

According to the UK Terrorism Act of 2000, section 15, part 3, ‘A person commits an offense if he—(a) provides money or other property, and (b) knows or has reasonable cause to suspect that it will or may be used for the purposes of terrorism.’

In this edition of INfocus, we shall provide proof that the BBC is using UK public funds to suppress evidence of controlled demolition of World Trade Center 7 (WTC 7) on 9/11.

Specifically the BBC has produced several programmes that attempt to cover up evidence that proves the official version of the collapse of WTC 7 is physically impossible, most notably the evidence that makes clear that WTC 7 collapsed in a symmetrical, free-fall manner largely into its own footprint.

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Jun 17 10:06

Secret Death Squads Backed by Thatcher Gov’t Killed Hundreds in N. Ireland

Following the broadcast of an Irish documentary, a number of human rights groups are calling on London to take responsibility for its role in colluding with paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland. These actions allegedly resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Catholics, all to support the Crown.

Jun 17 09:10

Downing Street secretly deletes emails to avoid exposure to FOIeurs

Email records on computers in Downing Street are subject to automatic deletion within three months through a system which makes it almost impossible for the public to view them under the Freedom of Information Act, former staff have disclosed to the Financial Times.

Reporters at the salmon-pink broadsheet discovered that this system was launched back in late 2004, just weeks before the Freedom of Information Act finally came into force on 1 January 2005.

"The timing of this very strongly indicates that it was not a coincidence," Maurice Frankel, director of the UK Campaign for Freedom of Information, told the FT.

Jun 17 08:21

George Galloway for London Mayor

On Sunday, the Respect Party leader, George Galloway, who lost his seat as Bradford West MP to his former Labour party candidate, Pakistani-born Naz Shah, announced his candidacy for the 2016 London Mayoral election to replace the current Tory Mayor Boris Johnson, who declared himself a “passionate Zionist” during Israel’s 50-day Gaza genocide last year.

Boris Johnson is stepping down next year after serving two four-year terms a Mayor of London. He won a seat in Parliament for Uxbridge and South Ruislip in the recent general election.

Jun 17 08:15

The Real Reason Why Princess Diana Was Assassinated. Ex MI Agent Testifies

Jun 17 08:02

NatWest & RBS Customer Payments Are 'Missing'

RBS has confirmed its customers are again experiencing technical glitches, with account payments going "missing".

The issue has affected 600,000 transactions across RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank.

RBS said the glitch with overnight payment processes had now been fixed, although it would take time for transactions to be resolved.

Jun 17 07:50

China Rising — Pepe Escobar

Americans have to eventually share their preeminent position with China.”

As intellectual acumen and cross-cultural expertise go, it would be hopeless to expect self-described “Don’t Do Stupid Stuff” Obama administration foreign policy advisers — as well as Pentagon functionaries/hacks — to understand the complexities of China.

For instance, they would be incapable of evaluating all the myriad ramifications included in Professor Alfred McCoy’s masterful deconstruction of US-China geopolitics.

“The US cannot stop China’s rise. It just has to live with a bigger China, which will be completely novel for the US, as no country has ever been big enough to challenge its position. China will be able to do so in 20 to 30 years.” (Lee said that at the Future China Global Forum in Singapore, in 2011. Under Xi, China is already challenging the U.S.’s position.)

Jun 17 07:42

Savers face 10pc hit to shares if Greece exits euro

British savers can expect at least 10 per cent to be wiped off the value of pensions and Isas if Greece exits the euro, economists have warned as the crisis in southern Europe escalates.

With Greece on the brink of bankruptcy, it has emerged that no talks to find a resolution have taken place since negotiations broke down on Sunday.

Jun 17 07:35

Syriza: Plunder, Pillage and Prostration

How the ‘Hard Left’ embraces the policies of the Hard Right

Greece has been in the headlines of the world’s financial press for the past five months, as a newly elected leftist party, ‘Syriza’, which ostensibly opposes so-called ‘austerity measures’, faces off against the “Troika” (International Monetary Fund, the European Commission and European Central Bank).

Early on, the Syriza leadership, headed by Alexis Tsipras, adopted several strategic positions with fatal consequences – in terms of implementing their electoral promises to raise living standards, end vassalage to the ‘Troika’ and pursue an independent foreign policy.

We will proceed by outlining the initial systemic failures of Syriza and the subsequent concessions further eroding Greek living standards and deepening Greece’s role as an active collaborator of US and Israeli imperialism.

Winning Elections and Surrendering Power

Jun 17 07:32

American dreaming, from G1 to Bilderberg

G1 plus junior partners? Bilderberg? Get a job; you’re not the only show in town, any town.

What’s the connection between the G7 summit in Germany, President Putin’s visit to Italy, the Bilderberg club meeting in Austria, and the TTIP – the US-EU free trade deal – negotiations in Washington?

We start at the G7 in the Bavarian Alps – rather G1 with an added bunch of “junior partners” – as US President Barack Obama gloated about his neo-con induced feat; regiment the EU to soon extend sanctions on Russia even as the austerity-ravaged EU is arguably hurting even more than Russia.

The “civilized” G1 + junior partners could not possibly argue whether they would collectively risk a nuclear war on European soil over a Kiev-installed ‘Banderastan’, sorry, “Russian aggression.”

Jun 17 07:28

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich Interview with Al Etejah Iraqi TV: U.S. Manufactured Crisis in Iraq

The Iraqi government is calling for more foreign international assistance to help fight the Daesh terror group.

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich says.the United States created ISIL, aka Da esh, so why would they want to fight them. Every effort is being made to divide the Iraqis.

Also see:
Back to Iraq: The First 450 Soldiers Are on Their Way

Jun 16 15:24

Everyone's An Agent: UK Company Provides Spy Software To Teachers To Weed Out Child Terrorists

Never content to simply let America take a bad idea and run with it alone, these past few years have seen our friends in the UK slowly start to lose their collective minds concerning terrorism and radical Islam. It's hard to be too terribly snarky about it, considering here in America we've done our best to perfect overreacting to terrorism, but when the UK decided to institute something like Orwellian "thought crime," it was still worth noting how dumb of an idea it was. But our British friends weren't done. Now, schools throughout the country are being offered some very special software that will allow teachers to spy on student activities to try to weed out the eventually-maybe-might-be-radicalized.

Jun 16 10:15

Rioting Migrants Attempt to Hijack Trucks Heading for UK

Shocking footage filmed in the French port town of Calais shows desperate migrants attempting to break into delivery trucks heading to the United Kingdom in another illustration of how the country's generous welfare system acts as a beacon for illegal aliens.

The clip shows huge gangs of migrants roaming around on a highway attempting to attack vehicles.

Jun 16 10:11

ROTHSCHILD AND THE GAY CAMBRIDGE APOSTLES

It's not Zionists versus fascists. It's the feudal elite and their mafias versus the rest.

"Lord Victor Rothschild ... made Churchill's decisions, including the bombing of the food trains into the concentration camps, and the continued strafing of the inmates. "Rothschild is on record as saying: "'There will be no room in the new country for shnorrers' (poor Jews).

"He only wanted the rich powerful and influential for the new land (Israel), the rest were to be sacrificed."

Jun 16 10:04

Can the Ossis save Europe? (From Globalism, NWO, Immigration)

Today, over 25 years after the destruction of the Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain which split Europe asunder, profound social and cultural differences persist between the two halves of the continent. In the West, the ideology of “anti-racism” is largely hegemonic. The idea that indigenous Europeans should defend their culture and interests in general, and should oppose Africanization or Islamization in particular, is considered heresy — grounds for excommunication from civilized humanity.

Jun 16 08:36

Top firms 'use poshness test to keep poor out of best jobs': Bosses admit favouring applicants who went to top universities and who did not speak with an accent

Elite companies in the City of London are applying a ‘poshness test’ to job applicants which is preventing working class youngsters from getting the best posts, it is claimed.

Researchers found that leading law, financial services and accountancy firms in the Square Mile are ‘systematically excluding’ candidates if they are not middle or upper-class.

A staggering 70 per cent of job offers went to graduates educated at selective state or fee-paying schools.

Jun 15 13:44

Why the Magna Carta anniversary celebrations will be missing two crucial paragraphs

Why have clauses 10 and 11 been airbrushed from history? These were the ones inserted in the original charter to protect widows and underage heirs specifically from Jewish moneylenders by restricting the recovery of debt out of the deceased debtor’s estate.

But they are nowhere to be found in the official Magna Carta Trust website nor the US National Archive website which instead features the text of the later — and much shorter — 1297 version. The two clauses in the original 1215 Great Charter are:

10. If one who has borrowed from the Jews any sum, great or small, die before that loan be repaid, the debt shall not bear interest while the heir is under age, of whomsoever he may hold; and if the debt fall into our hands, we will not take anything except the principal sum contained in the bond.

Jun 15 10:49

BP AND ROSNEFT TO MAKE $700MN DEAL DESPITE SANCTIONS

Russian oil major Rosneft and BP are close to signing a $700 million deal for BP to acquire a 20 percent stake in the Taas-Yuriakh Siberian oilfield, reports the FT. The deal could be announced this week at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.

The introduction of EU sanctions against Russia hasn’t scared off the largest European companies, working in the fuel and energy sector, according to the Financial Times.

Besides BP, Italy’s Eni and Norway’s Statoil have already received governmental approval to continue working on joint projects with Rosneft. Shell continues to work with Gazprom Neft over the Salym project in the Siberian Khanty-Mansiysk area and is seeking Dutch government approval for other joint ventures.

The news comes as the G7 claimed they are ready to extend sanctions last week. The announcement was also made just days prior to the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, dubbed the ‘Russian Davos’.

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I love the smell of financial irony in the morning!!

Jun 15 08:52

Digital Magna Carta 'Top 10' clauses revealed

  • The Web we want will not let companies pay to control it, and not let governments restrict our right to information
  • The Web we want will allow freedom of speech
  • The Web we want will be free from government censors in all countries
  • The Web we want will not allow any kind of government censorship
  • The Web we want will be available for all those who wish to use it
  • The Web we want will be free from censorship and mass surveillance
  • The Web we want will allow equal access to knowledge, information and current news worldwide
  • The Web we want will have freedom of speech
  • The Web we want will not be censored by the government
  • The Web we want will not sell our personal information and preferences for money, and will make it clearer if the company/Website intends to do so
  • Jun 15 08:32

    Plans To Hijack the UK General Election 2015

    In line with our above stated vision, this campaign aims to force the UK government to abandon its unnecessary and harmful austerity programs. To force the government to abandon its austerity programs we need to reduce their power and increase the power of the people. That is what this campaign is designed to do.

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    "You cannot hijack the British elections! That's MY job!" -- Number 9 3/4

    Jun 15 08:01

    Her Majesty's Other Secret Service

    Eve Martin, the English woman who told me her family in Sheffield are mercenaries who do assassinations on contract for the U.K. government, claimed her uncles could gain access to official records such as birth and death records, and alter them. That capability would indicate some high-level contacts and influence with the Home Office such as only a National Security agency would be likely to have.

    I was quite intially skeptical of that claim, but there is some evidence to support it from the official death records of the Home Office.

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