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Jul 21 07:36

Engineered ‘Civil Unrest’ in the UK Planned for This Summer?

All the signs are that something serious might be brewing in the UK this summer. The big question is: is it a genuine grassroots uprising, or is this being engineered by design?

Jul 21 07:28

Russian Foreign Ministry: Montenegro’s NATO membership referendum indisputably important

As Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Dukanovic said earlier, the Constitution of Montenegro does not stipulate that a referendum is required for the country to join NATO. "However, the country’s parliament may take a decision on holding a plebiscite," the premier said. "In any case, it is early to talk about this today - a decision should be taken after the parliamentary elections in October," he said. "As a representative of the executive authority, I do not want to organize a referendum, if there is no need for it," Dukanovic said.
In turn, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said earlier the refusal by the Montenegrin authorities to hold a referendum on the country’s NATO membership causes regret. "The admission of Montenegro to NATO is in full swing while the authorities are not asking the opinion of Montenegro citizens," Zakharova said.

Jul 21 07:21

PEW RESEARCH: EUROPEANS FEAR WAVE OF REFUGEES WILL LEAD TO MORE TERRORISM AND FEWER JOBS

There has been a recent surge of refugees into Europe that has featured prominently in the anti-immigrant rhetoric of right-wing parties that now litter the Continent. In fact, since the signing of the Maastricht Treaty in 1993 that formally confirmed the EU, 33 far right political parties have emerged. Britain’s Ukip under Nigel Farage was one of them. In what turned out to be a heated debate over the UK’s decision to exit the European Union, attacks in Paris and Brussels have fueled public fears about terrorism that stoked an anti-immigrant sentiment. As a new Pew Research Center survey illustrates, the refugee crisis as it stands today and the rising threat of terrorism are very much related to one another in the minds of many Europeans. In eight of the 10 European nations surveyed by the Pew Research centre, half or more believe incoming refugees are increasing the likelihood of terrorism in their country.

Jul 21 06:59

Brexit Fallout: Ireland’s Kenny Raises Prospect of Irish Reunification Vote

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has raised the prospect of a referendum on Irish reunification as the fallout from the UK's decision to vote in favor of leaving the EU continues.

Jul 21 03:44

Finland: Man Thrown in Prison For Using "Excessive Self-Defense" Against Home Invaders

Leftists in Finland have thrown a man in jail for using "excessive self-defense" to fight off a home invasion.

Jul 20 17:56

Macedonia's Colorful Revolutionaries defy the state by splashing paint on government buildings and monuments

Macedonia's laws define vandalism as a misdemeanor which puts a limit on the jail time faced by participants in a political movement whose symbol is splashes of brightly colored paint.

The Macedonian police are notorious for their crackdowns on protest, and the Colorful Revolution's many anti-corruption demands include an end to police harassment of political opposition. To make their point, the opposition has splashed bright paint on national monuments and government buildings.

The Colorful Revolution has picked up steam, creating eye-catching reminders of its existence that persist even when the participants have been swept up by the police. Last week, an attempt by police to seize a van full of protesters' audio equipment had to be called off because massed protesters surrounded the police and chased them off, chanting "Freedom! Freedom!"

Jul 20 12:26

UK Renounces EU Rotating Presidency: May's Office

The United Kingdom will no longer take on the rotating presidency of the European Union as planned for 2017, Prime Minister Theresa May’s office says.

The announcement on Wednesday that Britain is relinquishing its EU presidency role came in the wake of the Brexit vote on June 23 in which some 52 percent of Britons voted to leave the EU after 43 years of membership, while roughly 48 percent voted to stay in the block.

Jul 20 09:39

US, UK Can’t Have Trade Deal Before Brexit Starts: Kerry

Secretary of State John Kerry has said the US and the UK can have no trade deal until Britain completely withdraws from the European Union.

It would be “physically impossible” for Britain to strike a trade pact with Washington till it leaves the bloc, Kerry said in London on Tuesday during a joint press conference with British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

Jul 20 09:10

Activists in Yerevan Build Barricade in Front of Police Cordon

The activists made a barricade from metal elements used for erecting fences by the police. The remaining space between them and the police was filled with private cars and garbage cans. Thus, the roads leading to the police building in which the hostage situation is still occurring are blocked by the police forces and the exit from the territory is under demonstrators' control.

On July 17, an armed group took several police officers hostage at a patrol police station in the capital's district of Erebuni. The hostage takers are demanding the release of Jirair Sefilian, an opposition politician and the founder of the New Armenia Public Salvation Front. Sefilian, who took part in the 1988-1994 Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with Azerbaijan, is accused of the illegal acquisition and possession of arms.

Jul 20 09:07

‘No Plans For Brexit In 2016… But We Might Do It Anyway,’ Says New UK Govt

Prime Minister Theresa May does not plan to trigger Article 50 this year, government lawyers have told the High Court, before ambiguously admitting that stance could change.

Jul 20 07:52

Italy will DESTROY EU: Warning as Italian referendum to spark euro economic APOCALYPSE

ITALY is on the brink of financial and political meltdown as the leader of the Eurozone’s third-largest economy tinkers on the edge of career suicide, plunging the already beleaguered European Union into fresh chaos.

Matteo Renzi has promised to resign if he loses a referendum on constitutional reform in October, which threatens to shake the financial foundations of the nation and push contagion to other nations in the crumbling bloc.

The Pro-EU Premier’s nickname is II Rottamatore - The Demolition Man - but many fear this moniker may come back to haunt him and he could become the main target for his own demolition.

Renzi’s departure would be taken badly by markets that have backed his reform agenda.

Jul 20 07:28

Italy will DESTROY EU: Warning as Italian referendum to spark euro economic APOCALYPSE

ITALY is on the brink of financial and political meltdown as the leader of the Eurozone’s third-largest economy tinkers on the edge of career suicide, plunging the already beleaguered European Union into fresh chaos.

Jul 20 07:28

ANTI-EU CRACKDOWN: MEP demands dictatorial BAN on countries opting out of EU rules

BRUSSELS should respond to the Brexit vote with a federalist crackdown on dissenting member states and a drive for total political union, a leading MEP has said.

Jul 20 07:27

The EU is COLLAPSING due to open borders, Dutch MP tells Trump supporters

EUROPE’S response to the migrant crisis has been feeble because the continent is being run by “Chamberlains instead of Churchills”, Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders has told supporters of Donald Trump.

Jul 20 07:24

Police surround suspected terrorist in 'bomb alert' in Brussels

Police have surrounded a suspected terrorist wearing a “long coat and wires” in Brussels, local media report. It comes as Belgium prepares for National Day, which is celebrated on July 21.

"A person wearing a long coat, with wires coming out, is considered the suspect," Brussels police spokesperson Ilse de Keere said, as quoted by Le Soir media outlet.

A bomb squad is at the scene, and shops in the vicinity have been evacuated.

Several streets are currently blocked.

Police say the suspect is "under control," but has not yet been detained.

Photos from the spot show a man kneeling with his hands up, surrounded at gunpoint by security services.

Jul 20 07:20

Erdo?an supporters told to keep politics out of Austria

Austrian politicians have criticised supporters of the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdo?an who took to the streets in Austria on the weekend in support of the president following the failed coup against him.

Jul 20 07:20

HUNDREDS OF ASYLUM SEEKERS FLEEING THE NETHERLANDS

Since November 2015, about 400 Syrian and Iraqi refugees have stated that they wish to leave the Netherlands. The majority of these refugees have still not started the asylum procedure, according to a report by BNR based on statistics from the repatriation and departure service in the Netherlands.

John Van Tilburg, manager of INLIA, the interdenominational organization for asylum seekers states, “It is remarkable that people who can actually get a residence permit – with almost absolute certainty that they will get this permit- do eventually decide to return prior to recieving the residence permit. Or who, right after retrieving the permit, return out of desperation.”

Jul 20 04:13

ISIS Releases Video of German Train Attacker Saying He Sought Revenge on "Infidels"

"ISIS terrorists posing as refugees welcome!"

Pages from a notebook found at the home of an Afghan teen who attacked passengers on a German train with an ax may be regarded as a suicide note, police and investigating officials said during a press-briefing on Tuesday.

Addressing his father, the young man asked him to pray that he could take revenge "on the infidels" and "get to Heaven," officials said.

Jul 19 18:06

So What Did The ECB Buy? "In Short, Almost Everything"

"So what did they buy? In short, almost everything. The ECB bought “topical” credits such as VW, Glencore and EdF. They showed little concern with taking credit risk by buying a range of low-BBB names. They bought “high yield” credits such as Telecom Italia and Lufthansa. They bought corporate bonds from US, UK and Swiss companies, and ironically, the ECB’s most popular purchase has been Deutsche Bahn – an issuer where bond yields are the most negative."

Jul 19 12:59

THE US WAGES HYBRID WAR IN ARMENIA

The militants who seized the police station in Yerevan are demanded concessions from the authorities. 5 hostages are still in the hands of the bandits. The deputy head of the Armenian police, Major-General Vardan Yeghiazaryan and Deputy Chief of Yerevan Police, Colonel Valery Osipyan, are among the hostages. A group of radicals unsuccessfully tried to join militants at Monday.

Jul 19 11:36

Thousands call for Slovakian PM and interior minister’s resignation

More than 1,000 protesters gathered in the center of Bratislava on Monday, demanding the resignation of Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico and Interior Minister Robert Kalinak following a fraud scandal. Protesters marched towards the Bonaparte complex, where Fico and Kalinak both have apartments, and held an unauthorized demonstration outside, holding placards and wearing T-shirts reading “Fico protests thieves.”

Opposition leaders who organized the protest claim that Fico and Kalinak have ties with Ladislav Basternak, who faces accusations of using misappropriated state funds for building the luxurious housing complex.

Jul 19 08:32

EU TRADE DISASTER: Deal with Canada on the brink as German party SUES Brussels over CETA

THE European Union’s flagship trade deal with Canada was on the brink of collapse today after a Germany political party sued Brussels over its implementation.

Centre-left Die Linke has launched legal action to block the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) pact, saying it is unconstitutional under German law.

The party’s attempt to torpedo the hated deal is just the latest in a series of devastating trade blows for the EU, which is unravelling following the Brexit vote.

Jul 19 08:28

Waking From the European Dream, Georgians Pondering Pivot Back to Russia

Growing Georgian impatience regarding the prospect of joining European and Atlanticist institutions including the European Union and NATO has contributed to growing calls for rebuilding close relations with Russia, says Polish broadcaster TVN24.

At the recent NATO summit in Warsaw earlier this month, Tbilisi was patted on the back for its ongoing military and economic reforms, while issues including the country's membership in the alliance, and visa-free entry into the EU, were shelved for future discussion. This, according to the broadcaster, has shaken Georgians' faith in the prospects and sensibility of joining the Western institutions.

Jul 18 15:59

Why this Won’t Work out for Spain

Jul 18 11:37

John Kerry Threatens Turkey With NATO Expulsion

While the experts debate if Turkey's flash coup was staged or merely grossly incompetent, a rather theatrical fallout is taking place between Turkey and the US.

Recall that on Saturday, as part of its populist campaign to blame the coup on the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, Turkey accused the US of being "behind the military coup", to which John Kerry promptly responded that such allegations are "utterly false" and harmful to relations. Kerry also said that authorities should respect the rule of law during their probe of the coup. Kerry also noted that there would be no prompt deportation of Gulen (something which is also in Erdogan's favor), when he said that "we fully anticipate that there will be questions raised about Gulen, and obviously we invite the government of Turkey ... to present us with any legitimate evidence that withstands scrutiny and the United States will accept that and look at it and make judgments appropriately," he said.

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Memo to Secretary of State Kerry: this move may well backfire, spectacularly, sir. Perhaps it would be better to have been patient, and see how things unfold, before having made this threat.

Erdogan will not take kindly to this.

At this moment, it appears that Erdogan actually holds most of the cards, including the base in Incirlik, the troops, and the US's nuclear weapons.

Jul 18 10:07

Mike Flynn: ‘Americans Are Fed Up With the Bullshit’

Americans fed up with the bullshit they've been fed for many years. They want the truth.

Flynn: This is where I think the world has misread Donald Trump. He has no intention to step away without examining all relationships that we have. His intent is to relook at the way we are organized globally, where the US is sort of expected to be a global leader, but relook at these alliances and these charters that we are under to make sure that they are still viable for the 21st century. It doesn’t mean that President Trump comes into office and NATO goes away. But I would say that NATO as a political alliance does need to be relooked at in terms of everything — resourcing, capabilities.

Jul 18 09:26

‘Yes’ to death penalty will mean ‘No’ to EU membership

‘Yes’ to death penalty will mean ‘No’ to EU membership, EU warns Turkey

Reinstating the death penalty in Turkey would end EU accession talks, a German government spokesman has stated. Meanwhile, EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini also warned that no country can become an EU member that has capital punishment.

“Introduction of death penalty would mean immediate suspension of accession talks,” German government spokesman Steffen Seibert said on Monday.

Turkey is part of the Council of Europe and is bound by the European Convention on Human Rights, the EU Foreign Policy Chief noted.

“No country can become an EU member state if it introduces the death penalty,” she said. “Turkey is an important part of the Council of Europe and is bound by the European Convention on Human Rights, which is very clear on the death penalty.”

Jul 18 09:24

Farage claims parts of France and Brussels are 'virtually lawless' and dangerous for women

The Ukip leader, who recently announced his intention to stand down, has said women, especially those with blonde hair, are "repeatedly stopped" on the street in the Belgian capital.

Mr Farage was speaking on LBC in the wake of the Nice terror attack last week, which has raised questions about the capability of the French security and intelligence community.

He said: "I have to say I am worried about France and I have been worried working in Brussels for some time.

"Just large parts of that city are now virtually lawless.

"Very difficult in the centre of Brussels for women at night to walk alone, particularly if they are blonde-haired.

"They get repeatedly stopped and pestered and something has gone badly wrong."

Jul 18 09:20

  July 17, 2016US-NATO Border Confrontation with Russia Risks Nuclear War and Loss of European Partners

As a matter of fact, what NATO is trying to do is to goad Russia into building up an army so it can undercut its economy by diverting more and more resources away from the economy towards the military. Russia's not falling for it. Putin said that Russia has no intention of mounting a land army. It is unthinkable that it could even want to invade the Baltics or Poland. But Putin did say we have one means of retaliation, and that's atomic bombs. Atomic weapons are basically defensive. They're saying, we don't need an army anymore. Nor does any country need an army if they have an atomic weapon, because if you attack us we'll wipe you out. And we'll be wiped out, too, but you're never going to be able to conquer us. And no country, really, can conquer any other country. Russia can't conquer Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Just because something is the most ham-fistedly, pigheadedly stupid thing for the US government to do is, unfortunately, no guarantee that it won't do it.

War with Russia and/or China, would be madness for the US and NATO at this time, because they don't have the weaponry, the troop strength, the money, or the manufacturing to insure a positive outcome to a conventional war against either or both countries.

Jul 18 08:46

Italy Tasks JPMorgan With Creating A €50 Billion Bank Bailout

Three months ago, when Italy's renewed bank troubles were reemerging again, and the country unveiled its first, and certainly not last, "bad bank" in the shape of the "Atlas" (or Atlante) bailout fund, we - as well as everyone else - mocked it for one obvious reason - at only €5 billion it was far too small to make an impact, as we explained in "Size Matters: Analysts Mock Italy's Tiny "Atlas" Bailout Fund Meant To Support €360BN In Bad Debt."

In late June, following the Brexit vote when the Italian bank undercapitalization and the nation's massive bad debt problem was once again exposed, it became all too obvious just how undercapitalized Italy truly is when in one attempt after another, Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi begged Europe to allow him to implement a €50 billion bailout (not a bail-in) of Italy's banks contrary to the new BRRD regulations.

Jul 18 07:36

“German MP [Sahra Wagenknecht]: US is a threat to European peace, not Russia”… 7-15-16

Someone in one of those NATO countries has waked up, and it is very refreshing to hear MP Wagenknecht lay it on the line.

“What? The US(A CORP) not following it’s own promises or treaties?” What a “surprise”!

““The Americans are placing nukes in Germany, supposedly to counter Putin’s aggression in the Baltics. Do the Americans seriously expect us to believe in such stupidity?” asked Mrs. Wagenknecht to an applause from other MPs.

Jul 17 12:55

The demise of Sanders’ “political revolution”

Throughout the Sanders campaign, the Socialist Equality Party has welcomed the broad shift to the left that it revealed in the thinking of millions of working people and youth, while warning that the Vermont senator would inevitably disappoint his supporters.

Bernie Sanders ended his presidential campaign Tuesday, not with a bang but a whimper. The Vermont senator formally endorsed his rival in an undignified prostration before the Democratic Party establishment and Wall Street’s favored presidential candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The unity rally featuring Sanders and Clinton in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, had all the spontaneity and enthusiasm of a going-out-of-business sale. The funereal atmosphere was perhaps fitting

Jul 17 12:50

Failed Coup – Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich talks to RT

Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich, independent researcher and writer, talks to RT International on the attempted coup d’etat in Turkey:

“This incident does not have the hallmarks of a military coup. It’s almost like a mutiny.”

Jul 17 07:44

London sees mass post-Brexit anti-Tory, anti-austerity, anti-racism protest

Several thousand protesters demonstrated in London on Saturday against austerity, racism and the new Tory government. The opposition rally was the biggest major protest since the June 23 Brexit referendum.

Central London saw more than 10,000 anti-Tory campaigners on the streets and Black Lives Matter activists.

Jul 17 07:42

Now EU faces ANOTHER referendum: Irish demand vote on controversial trade deal

In another body blow to the EU project the powerful Unite union is calling for a full referendum on whether to implement the highly contentious Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

The hugely controversial deal, being cooked up in secret between Brussels and the US, has been met with furious opposition over fears it will allow American corporations to break up public services.

Jul 16 08:36

SWEDEN IS DOOMED

Jul 16 07:08

TRUMP TEAM SCORES BIG WIN AS RNC WRITES ITS CONVENTION RULES

The Never Trump movement tried to make a stand. It failed by a massive margin.

CLEVELAND — Efforts to block Donald Trump’s nomination — hyped for months by proponents as a growing grass-roots movement among Republican activists attending this week’s convention — turned out to be a flop.

During key votes on Thursday evening, only 12 hard-core holdouts continued to resist Trump’s nomination when members of on the powerful 112-member Convention Rules Committee considered a proposal to prevent delegates from rejecting Trump.

Jul 16 07:02

Republicans in Cleveland Applaud Trump Pick of Mike Pence

Republican delegates and party leaders gathering in Cleveland for next week’s national convention praised Donald Trump’s selection of Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate, saying it would stabilize the ticket and calm social conservatives.

It adds significant government experience to Trump’s outsider campaign for the White House.

“Principled Conservative” … “Solid Grasp On Policy” … “A Home Run” … “Could Not Have Made A Better Choice”

Jul 16 05:46

Beleagured Brussels: US cools interest in trade deal without UK as EU chief enrages China

BELEAGUERED European Union (EU) chiefs were hit with a double-whammy today as the US cooled its interest in a trans-Atlantic trade deal without Britain and a blundering bureaucrat risked stoking tensions with China.

Jul 16 05:46

EU boss says Britain’s EU exit must be painful to serve as a warning to other nations

The president of the European Council said it would be "lethal" to let the UK walk away scot-free as he attempts to avoid a domino effect across the continent in the wake of Brexit.

Mr Tusk took the tough stance amid upcoming negotiations following Britain's sensational Leave vote.

Jul 15 10:44

Tony Blair’s Former Propagandist: “Referendums Are Dangerous in a Parliamentary Democracy”

In an interview with Hala Gorani of CNN, the man who served as Tony (the war criminal) Blair’s Director of Communications from 1997 to 2003, Alastair Campbell, denounced referendums as a danger to democracy. Campbell is clearly enraged that the British people had the audacity to vote against the wishes of the establishment; and his remarks are the epitome of elitist thinking – which holds that ordinary people are too stupid to make important decisions on their own.

Campbell is also regurgitating the Orwellian propaganda line that is being spread throughout the Western media: that somehow a democratic referendum is undemocratic. Just because the vote flew in the face of the British establishment, the presstitutes are engaging in intellectual jujitsu in order to demonise the leave vote. Would they be doing so if Britain voted to remain in the EU? I think not.

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Absoflippinglutely unbelievable!

Jul 15 10:40

USA is about to start WW3 in Poland

Jul 15 09:15

Western-Backed Chechen “Freedom Fighter” Named as Istanbul Attack Mastermind

The true extent of U.S.-NATO involvement in the Chechen struggle for independence is still a well-guarded secret but Chatayev’s story sheds some light on dubious Western machinations that have fueled terrorism in Russia and beyond.

In 2003, “Akhmed One-Arm” moved to Austria. He was granted asylum and received Austrian citizenship. While enjoying Austrian hospitality, Chatayev made extensive use of his new passport that “allowed him to travel freely in Europe and elsewhere.”

Russian media reports suggest that Chatayev was wanted by Russian authorities since 2003 on suspicion of recruiting fighters and raising funds for the North Caucasus insurgency. According to sources in Chechen Islamic groups, this task was assigned to him by none other than Caucasus Emirate leader Doku Umarov.[9]

Neither Chatayev’s close connection to Umarov nor his criminal activities seemed to bother anyone in the West. Russia repeatedly tried to get him extradited, to no avail.

Jul 15 08:27

'France may witness public backlash as surveillance state fails against terrorism'

About time!

The patience of the French people may be wearing thin as individuals known to Western intelligence, and armed with simple weapons, slip through the security net and kill innocent people, political experts told RT.

Jul 15 08:03

Germany proposes EU defence union after Brexit

With Britain out of the picture, Germany and France will forge deeper defence cooperation in the European Union. As reported by the Reuters news agency, Germany’s Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen said on July 13 that Britain had “paralysed” such initiatives in the past.

Jul 15 07:41

Sweden: Rampant Sexual Assaults Steam On

The police released a report noting that Sweden is at the top of the EU's statistics on physical and sexual violence against women, sexual harassment and stalking. The report stated unequivocally that it is "asylum-seeker boys" and "foreign men" who commit the vast majority of the reported crimes.

As far as the widespread sexual assaults at public pools are concerned, the police said that in four out of five cases, the perpetrators have been "unaccompanied refugee children".

A survey by the National Board of Health and Welfare (Socialstyrelsen) suggested that as many as 38,000 women in Sweden may have been subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM). Yet health care services rarely help women with the complications associated with FGM.

A Swedish father was told that he and his two children are being thrown out of the house they are renting from the municipality -- to make room for an immigrant family.

Jul 15 06:04

Greece's top judge demands inquiry into Siemens bribery case delay

The latest postponement could threaten a case against Greek politicians accused of taking bribes from Siemens, and the country's top judge is demanding answers.

Jul 15 06:03

Dutchman sentenced to month in jail for insulting king

A Dutchman has been sentenced to 30 days in jail under a rarely enforced 19th century law for intentionally insulting King Willem-Alexander, according to a court ruling published on Thursday.

The 44-year-old man from the city of Kampen, whose name was not released, had posted a message on his Facebook page in April 2015 calling the king a murderer, rapist, “oppressor” and thief.

“Hereby the defendant damaged the dignity of the King,” wrote judge Sylvia Taalman in her decision. “This behaviour is not acceptable in our society.”

Many Dutch consider the law “Insulting the Majesty” to be an antiquated relic that should be scrapped, but it has never featured high on the country’s political agenda.

Jul 14 13:59

Vladimir Putin Is The Only Leader The West Has — Paul Craig Roberts

Putin does not want war. He is doing everything in his power to avoid it.

The trip-point of World War III will be the installation of Washington’s missiles in Poland and Romania. As Putin recently made clear to the imbecilic Western journalists, these missiles can easily and secretly be changed from anti-ballistic missiles to nuclear attack missiles that can strike their Russian targets within 5 or fewer minutes of launch, thus depriving Russia of its retaliatory deterrent. Once these missiles are in place, Washington can issue orders to Russia.

Whatever the evil men and women in Washington who are gambling with the life of the planet think, Russia is not going to accept these missiles.

Jul 14 13:49

Brexit campaigner David Davis to lead Britain out of the EU in Theresa May’s new Cabinet

Mr Davis, a former Tory leadership rival to David Cameron, has described Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing Britain.

“The biggest issue over coming years will be managing Brexit, improving UK trade position, controlling borders and enhancing democracy,” Mr Davis tweeted last month.

Making trade deals with countries outside Europe should be a top priority.

“That needs vision, optimism, energy and drive – that is why I am backing @BorisJohnson for Conservative leader,” he added.

Jul 14 12:39

More EU Antitrust Headaches for Google

The EU sends Google two Statement of Objections regarding its search practices and AdWords business.

The European Commission today levied new antitrust charges against Google, sending the company two Statement of Objections regarding its search practices and AdWords business.

In April 2015, the Commission formally accused the Web giant of favoring its own shopping products in search results, and demoting those of its competitors. It has since investigated further and today released a supplementary Statement of Objections that includes "a broad range of additional evidence and data that reinforces the Commission's preliminary conclusion."

"The Commission is concerned that users do not necessarily see the most relevant results in response to queries—>>>

Jul 14 09:27

BEX ALERT - New Year’s Eve Migrant Sex Attackers Shown As White Men In Documentary

In a documentary about the mass sex attacks on New Year’s Eve, tax-funded public broadcaster Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) has portrayed the criminals as white Germans.

Jul 14 09:23

Massive fire & ‘explosions’ in Brussels as several vehicles set ablaze

A number of cars parked in the Brussels municipality of Saint Gilles went ablaze late on Wednesday, with footage uploaded on social media showing large fire and sounds of explosions. The cause of the fire has not been immediately clear.

Jul 14 09:22

Paris been destroyed by Globalists' forced migrations!

Jul 14 08:48

'We won't stop until we reach England': Inside the migrant camp on George Clooney's doorstep where hundreds of refugees sleep rough in the Italian idyll Lake Como after Switzerland shut its border 

Italy's celebrity hideaway Lake Como has become home to hundreds of migrants after the nearby crossing into Switzerland was blocked by Swiss officials.

Lake Como has long served as a tranquil paradise for the rich and famous, including George Clooney and Madonna.

But the town's railway station has been transformed into a makeshift camp, where the families live surrounded by discarded clothes, shoes, food containers and even rats.

Tensions are mounting in the luxury resort with more tents springing up every hour as more people arrive from Milan on their journey to northern Europe.

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Jul 14 01:33

RAND PAUL LAUNCHES PETITION TO HOLD HILLARY CLINTON ACCOUNTABLE

“IF YOU STILL BELIEVE THAT NO AMERICAN–EVEN A CLINTON–SHOULD BE EXEMPT FROM OUR JUSTICE SYSTEM, SIGN THE PETITION DEMANDING THAT HILLARY CLINTON BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ALL HER VIOLATIONS.”

In the video below, Paul says that “if the FBI’s decision to not prosecute Hillary Clinton is accepted, we will have become a nation of two sets of laws: one for the Clintons, and one for everyone else.”

Jul 14 01:25

Vladimir Putin Is The Only Leader The West Has — Paul Craig Roberts

Putin does not want war. He is doing everything in his power to avoid it.

A Reuters news report under the names of presstitutes Robin Emmott and Sabine Siebold shows how devoid the West is of honest, intelligent and responsible journalists and government officials.

First we will examine the dishonesty or incompetence of the reporters and then that of Western government officials.

Jul 13 15:09

Eurozone to EXPLODE: Demand for referendums after Brexit puts currency on the brink

THE eurozone is set to be destroyed due to the poor economies of Greece and Italy, a leading economist has warned.

Jul 13 15:05

Brussels offers EU states £8k for EVERY refugee they agree to house and BRITAIN foots bill

BRUSSELS will sting Britain with a multi-million pound bill so it can convince rebellious EU countries to take in more migrants, Express.co.uk can reveal.

Europe’s elite are offering member states €10,000 (£8,400) for EVERY refugee it homes, and will turn to UK taxpayers to pick up the tab.

The desperate measure is being introduced in an attempt to ease the growing migrant chaos on the continent, with huge numbers of refugees stranded in Greece and Italy.

But it will raise fears that Eurocrats are looking to squeeze Britain for every last penny before it officially quits the bloc and withdraw our £8.5billion annual net contribution.

Jul 13 14:35

Migrants Set Up Camp Around George Cloony's Mansion

A massive makeshift refugee camp has been established in Lake Como, the popular and secluded celebrity hideaway in Italy where Hollywood A-lister George Clooney keeps a home.

The migration of hundreds of people from Arab nations, Africa, and Asia was triggered following the Swiss government’s decision to close its southern border with Italy.

Now, waiting for smugglers to lead them into northern Europe, groups of migrants are camping out in tattered tents around the Lake Como resort.
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Jul 13 12:38

EU Launches Sanctions Procedures Against Spain & Portugal

Eurozone finance ministers have decided to start sanctions procedures against Spain and Portugal for breaching EU spending rules.

Jul 13 07:53

Why Hollande Spoke Up: 'NATO Doesn't Get to Decide Europe's Russia Relations'

“NATO has no role at all to be saying what Europe’s relations with Russia should be. For France, Russia is not an adversary, not a threat,” these words by French President Francois Hollande as he landed in Warsaw to attend the alliance’s summit meeting on July 8-9 bring home the undercurrents in European politics following Brexit.

Jul 13 07:52

NATO's Warsaw Summit suggests US-led military bloc is divided

The Financial Times is as pro-NATO as a newspaper possibly could be. So when it revealed on Sunday the organization is increasingly divided, it confirmed what many sharp analysts have suspected for some time - NATO is split on the ‘Russian question’.

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