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Jul 03 18:37

Norway to ban the use of oil for heating buildings by 2020

The Scandinavian country, which is the world's largest producer of oil and natural gas outside the Middle East, will wholly stop the use of both oil and paraffin to warm buildings from 2020 onwards.

The country, which hopes to ban the sale of all fossil fuel-based cars by 2025, has made a concerted effort to introduce policies which shrink domestic emission of greenhouse gases.

Vidar Helgesenlaid, the nation’s Environment Minister, laid out the plans in a statement, saying: “Those using fossil oil for heating must find other options by 2020.”

The country advises its citizens to research alternatives to oil such as heat pumps, hydroelectricity, and even special stoves that burn wood chips. By some stage, the legislation could be widened to include restrictions on using natural gas to heat buildings.

Jul 03 10:09

'Thankfully we left!' EU negotiator reveals Brussels plots to force euro on ALL states

ANDREW Neil took an Italian MEP to task after he revealed that the EU plans to make every member of the bloc adopt the euro in the next eight years - and raise taxes across the union.

Jul 03 10:08

Macron facing power struggle as French president undermined over Calais migrant policy

Macron’s plan to become the new power force in Europe could be scuppered as his team continue to blow hot and cold over the refugee crisis.

Jul 03 10:07

Germany and Italy meet for emergency talks as EU migrant crisis reaches boiling point

EU OFFICIALS are to hold crisis talks over fears Europe is under siege from rising numbers of migrants.

More than 12,000 landed in Italy last week alone as the scramble to reach the Continent from Libya shows no sign of slowing.

The onslaught showed just how much of a disaster the EU immigration policy was, said UKIP home affairs spokeswoman Jane Collins.

The “unsustainable” influx has seen Libya – a gateway to Europe for thousands of sub-Saharan Africans – threaten to shut its ports and send back boatloads of asylum seekers.

Jul 03 10:03

Greek Coast Guard Opens Fire on Turkish Cargo Ship in Aegean Sea - Reports

Turkish NTV channel reported that the Greek coast guard opened fire on a Turkish-flagged cargo ship in the Aegean Sea.

The ship was reportedly loaded at the Turkish port of Iskenderun and was moving toward the Izmit Bay in the Sea of ??Marmara.

According to preliminary data, during the passage of the Turkish ACT ship in the Aegean Sea, Greek coast guard boats demanded that the ship moor to the port of Rhodes Island to check the cargo. The captain of the ship allegedly ignored this demand. Then the Greek boats opened fire.

Jul 03 09:57

Lavrov: No visible difference between NATO forces in constant rotation and permanent positioning of NATO forces

NATO has repeatedly increased its military presence in those parts of Europe where there was an agreement not to, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a news conference.

"Your question is about the need for restraint in the issues of arms buildup between NATO and Russia: there are statistics, at least, and no one has denied it, we have presented it more than once that NATO has repeatedly increased its presence in those parts of Europe where it was agreed not to build up the armed forces on a permanent basis. NATO says that this is being done on the basis of rotation, constant ongoing rotation. Therefore, there is no difference between permanent deployment and the rotational deployment in the current NATO plans. We don't see it, "- said the Minister.

He also noted that the number of NATO exercises has increased many times, while the rationale for these exercises is of the nature of deterring the Russian Federation.

Jul 03 09:27

Italy’s newest bank bailout cost as much as its annual defense budget

Two more Italian banks failed over the weekend– Banco Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca.

Jul 03 08:13

Student flies from Newcastle to London via Spain… because it’s cheaper than taking train

A British student traveled from Newcastle to London via the Spanish island of Menorca after finding out that it was considerably cheaper than taking a train from northern to southern England.

In an effort to save some cash and expose Britain’s radically overpriced train fare system, Joe Furness embarked on the unusual journey to the capital.

Jul 03 07:37

The Reality of Returning Jihadists Is A Threat to All Nations

Whilst many may think that Jihadists returning from fighting in Syria and Iraq to Europe is a purely European problem, the reality is that they are an active threat to all nations.

Jul 02 20:21

Germany Approves Bill to Fine Social Media MILLIONS Over Hate Speech, Fake News

The German parliament has voted to fine social media networks up to €50 million ($56 million) if they fail to remove hateful content or fake news. The networks will be given 24 hours to block or delete any inappropriate content.

Jul 02 17:34

EU in crisis over migrant boats as Germany and Italy hold emergency talks

More than 12,000 landed in Italy last week alone as the scramble to reach the Continent from Libya shows no sign of slowing.

The onslaught showed just how much of a disaster the EU immigration policy was, said UKIP home affairs spokeswoman Jane Collins.

The “unsustainable” influx has seen Libya – a gateway to Europe for thousands of sub-Saharan Africans – threaten to shut its ports and send back boatloads of asylum seekers.

Germany, France and Italy will meet for top-level discussions after the EU was told to urgently revise its asylum rules and become part of the solution not the problem.

Critics said the European border Frontex should end its rescue missions in the Mediterranean.

They act as a ferry service for tens of thousands trying to make it to the Continent.

Jul 02 13:06

Sweden on the Brink of a Legal Crisis

A Swedish report has been leaked that concludes the Refugee Crisis is destroying Europe.

Jul 02 10:47

'Thankfully we left!' EU negotiator reveals Brussels plots to force euro on ALL states

ANDREW Neil took an Italian MEP to task after he revealed that the EU plans to make every member of the bloc adopt the euro in the next eight years - and raise taxes across the union.

Jul 02 10:43

Europe migrant crisis: Italy threatens to close ports as ministers meet

Germany, France and Italy's interior ministers are to meet for crisis talks as Italy warns the influx of migrants into the country is unsustainable.

Italy has threatened to close its ports and impound rescue ships run by aid agencies carrying people from Libya.

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According to the UN, 83,650 people have reached Italy by sea since the beginning of the year - a 20% increase on the same period in 2016.

Numbers have been rising steeply, with about 12,600 migrants and refugees arriving last weekend alone.

Jul 02 08:51

Italian Right Scores Huge Election Victory, Plans to Scrap 'Idiotic Sanctions'

Center-right parties Forza Italia and Lega Nord romped to success in last week's mayoral elections, which opens the possibility of a right-wing coalition after national elections next spring, Maurizio Gasparri, Vice-President of the Italian Senate, told Sputnik Italia.

Jul 02 08:51

Poland has ‘moral right’ to demand compensation for WWII, accession to EU – former PM

Poland has a “moral right” to seek compensation for the losses it sustained in the World War II as well as for the economic damage it suffered as a result of joining the EU, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) Party and former PM has said.

“It is important to remind … our critics in the West that Poland was the first country that had to stand up to the German Nazism and, 17 days later, was attacked by another genocidal totalitarianism, the Soviet Union,” Kaczynski said in his speech at the PiS congress on Saturday.

Jul 01 09:41

'Commission is FURIOUS with us' Tory Brexiteer reveals EU rage on farming & customs union

A LEADING Brexiteer has maintained the UK needs to leave the customs union to ensure “rapid” trade deals around the world, leaving behind a “furious” EU Commission.

Jun 30 10:23

Parliament votes again to leave single market

A Labour rebel tabled an amendment to the Queens Speech to keep us in the single market and Customs Union. It was defeated by 322 to 101 votes, with 49 Labour rebels voting for it against their leadership’s view. 3 Shadow Spokesmen had to resign.

The BBC who have run a year long campaign to Keep us in the single market did not report this on the radio news, nor the big split in Labour. I wonder why?

Jun 30 09:44

Putin signs decree extending ban on Western food imports

Russia has renewed retaliatory sanctions against the European Union after the bloc extended bans against Moscow over the Ukraine crisis.

President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Friday, extending the counter-sanctions until the end of 2018.

The decree extends a ban on Western food imports for another 18 months.

On Wednesday, the EU formally extended its economic sanctions against Russia, which were imposed in July 2014 after the Crimea region separated from Ukraine and rejoined Russia after holding a referendum on the issue.

In a related move, Russia on Friday said it was suspending its contributions to the Council of Europe for 2017.

The suspension comes after a lengthy dispute regarding delegates from the country who were stripped of authority after Crimea's reunification.

The Kremlin said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov had informed the Council of Europe's Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland of the decision in a phone conversation.

Jun 30 09:16

EU Globalists are Getting Scared that Trump’s Polish Visit Will Create Trouble For Them

President Donald Trump will next week make an official visit to Poland. Whilst many in the Polish government (and the citizens) welcome this visit, the leaders of the European Union are getting worried that it may cause or encourage defiance towards the Brussels Bureaucrats.

Jun 30 09:12

EU SUBSIDY MADNESS: Millions given to UK billionaires while REAL farmers fight to survive

TWENTY per cent of the largest British recipients of European farming subsidies are billionaires and millionaires on the Sunday Times Rich List, research has found.

Jun 30 08:43

Fury as Richard Dawkins says British public is 'NOT QUALIFIED' to vote on Brexit

STAUNCH Remainer Richard Dawkins has insisted the British people were “not qualified” to make a decision on Brexit, which sparked fury on social media.

Jun 30 08:33

EVIL: European Court Of Human Rights Sentences 10-Month-Old Sick Baby To Die, Won't Let Parents Come To US For Possible Life-Saving Treatment (11 Pics)

Eight weeks into Charlie Gard’s life, it was discovered he suffered from a rare disorder — a mitochondrial depletion condition — that weakened his body and left him unable to breathe without a ventilator.

Jun 30 06:45

Banking Giant Tells Clients to Prepare for Government Collapse, Third General Election

Citigroup has warned clients that Theresa May’s position as prime minister is “unsustainable”, warning them to prepare for the government to collapse within a matter of months.

The multinational banking corporation believes the parliamentary majority which the prime minister secured through her deal with Ulster’s Democratic Unionist Party is “not comfortable enough for crunch votes”, according to a report in The Times.

“In our view, May’s premiership is not sustainable beyond a few months, perhaps a year at most, and will be under pressure in the face of contentious parliamentary votes from the very beginning,” they said.

Highlighting the “numerous opportunities for parliamentary rebellion” over Brexit, they suggested there could be a “harsh backlash” from what it describes as “the anti-EU British media” if her government gives way on items such as the 100-billion euro settlement demand.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Considering Citigroup's Eurocentric "vision", which is solidly anti-Brexit,no matter how it handicaps small businesses in Europe, this position is hardly surprising.

Jun 29 17:19

IN GERMANY: Muslim Migrant crime rises 50%, Muslim Migrant violence soars, Muslim Migrant sex crimes double in a year

Yet Germany cannot understand why Eastern European countries refuse to accept any Muslim migrants at all.

Jun 29 12:21

European Refugee Crisis Was Created in an Undemocratic Manner

The very issue of the European Refugee Crisis highlights the entire problem with the European Union. There is no democratic union whatsoever. The issue of accepting refugees was a unilateral decision by Merkel alone. It was never put to vote in Europe. Once the migration turned to a full blown crisis, Merkel then insisted that all member state had to accept their share.

Jun 29 11:27

'EU is fading away' Bosnian Serb leader uses Brexit to pour scorn on Brussels bigwigs

THE European Union is "fading away" with countries such as Russia and China replacing the bloc as key players on the international stage, according to firebrand Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik.

Jun 29 11:26

'It's RIPPED the EU apart!' Moment Merkel is attacked by her own ministers on Greece debt

The Social Democrat Thomas Oppermann, 63, has launched an attack on the German Chancellor saying that her policy regarding the bailout money for Greece has divided Europe.

Speaking in the Bundestag, he said: "The Chancellor rightly honoured [former Chancellor] Helmut Kohl. But not a cent for Greece - Mrs Merkel, that would never have been Helmut Kohl's motto, he would never have allowed the Greek crisis to push the European Union apart."

Jun 29 11:23

Open Season: Ordinary Czechs Get Right to Shoot Terrorists on Sight

The Czech parliament has approved a constitutional amendment on security that allows ordinary citizens to take up arms against terrorists.

On Wednesday, 139 of the 168-member Chamber of Deputies voted for the amendment, which was proposed by Interior Minister Milan Chovanec of the Czech Social Democratic Party (?SSD), in response to an EU directive on firearms that was adopted earlier this year.

Jun 29 11:09

REVEALED: The REAL reason Angela Merkel is backing Emmanuel Macron's eurozone reform plans

Mr Macron’s calls for a eurozone finance minister and separate budget have been well received by European Union leaders but Mrs Merkel has been vague in her support and has yet to indicated what she would expect in return.

But behind the scenes the haggling is already well underway and control of the ECB is top of Berlin’s wish list.

Jun 29 11:08

'Despicable shame!' Donald Tusk berated for using citizens as 'pawns' in Brexit talks

The Tory MP criticised the President of the European Council for using EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in European Union member states as “pawns”.

Theresa May told EU member states at an EU summit in Brussels last week, all Europeans who have lived in Britain for five years offered 'settled status.'

Mr Evans raged at Mr Tusk after he suggested that the offer from the Prime Minister was not good enough.

Jun 29 09:49

'Ridiculous hubris' Brussels wants to retain INDEFINITE right to fine Britain AFTER Brexit

BRUSSELS wants to retain the indefinite right to bring legal cases against Britain and fine it for breaches of European Union law even after it has left the bloc, it emerged tonight.

Eurocrats dropped a Brexit bombshell on Theresa May as they published a list of extensive demands which would see the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and the EU Commission retain their stranglehold on the UK long after our departure.

The dynamite revelations were buried deep in a series of positioning papers published by Michel Barnier’s team this evening and are likely to be ferociously opposed by British negotiators.

Jun 29 08:48

Paris ‘No Go Zones’ Where Migrants Terrorize Women Threaten its 2024 Olympics Bid

Paris’s aspiration to stage the Olympic Games in 2024 is under threat partly because of so-called ‘no go zones’ in the city where immigrants from Asia and Africa pester and abuse women.

Areas like Place de la Chapelle, formerly a quiet square behind the Gare du Nord train station, have been transformed in a short space of time into havens for immigrant rough sleepers and drug dealers which are said to be increasingly intimidating for many people, especially women.

According go the Sunday Times of London, since 2015 a huge influx of immigrants – mostly single men – have begun sleeping in parks, on the streets and under the arches of the Metro bridges in northeast Paris.

They have been accused of verbally abusing women in the streets, routinely shouting “Bitch” and “Dirty whore”. Street robbery and drug taking have also become rife.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Were I on the Olympics Organising Committee, Paris would not even be in the running for hosting the Olympics, because of these ongoing problems.

Jun 28 15:26

Roger Stone: Hungarian President Asks Trump To Criminally Investigate George Soros

Despite his many decades of practice subverting and destroying countries, George Soros is struggling to destroy countries in Eastern Europe.

Jun 28 11:50

Will Theresa May Impose ID Cards On Everyone ‘By The Backdoor’ After EU Migrants Deal?

Three million EU citizens residing in the UK may be forced to carry an ID card to access basic rights under Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans. However, there are now fears the policy will lead to such measures being imposed on all British citizens.

Jun 28 10:45

It's a hard life! EU moans it can't attract new recruits because of cuts to eurocrat perks

The EU Commission, which employs a massive 32,578 people, has vowed to cut staffing costs by five per cent after finding itself at the centre of repeated scandals over the lavish perks afforded to its staff.

The lowest ranking EU officials receive a basic salary of over £30,000 a year, significantly topped up by generous allowances and expenses, which is much higher than average UK pay.

And at the top of the eurocrat tree that rises to an eye-watering £170,000 a year, supplemented by astonishing perks at the European taxpayers’ expense including private school fees and chauffeur driven cars.

On top of that EU staff enjoy a wide range of perks and tax breaks including pensions which amount to a whopping 70 per cent of their final salaries and a 16 per cent expat “top up” to their already bumper pay.

Jun 28 10:44

Brexit 'will blow hole in budget', EU commissioner warns

The UK's departure from the EU will leave a budget shortfall of at least €10bn (£8.8bn; $11.4bn), the budget commissioner has warned.

Günther Oettinger said the bloc must either spend less or find new money to fill the gap, equivalent to an estimated 16% of the entire budget.

Among the options on the table could be less generous payments to farmers or a tax on financial transactions.

"A big country, a net contributor is leaving," Mr Oettinger said.

"That must have consequences."

Jun 28 10:02

Sweden on the Brink of CIVIL WAR, National Police Commissioner: “HELP US, HELP US!”

Sweden is being torn to pieces by Muslim immigrants and refugees. Law enforcement is crying out for help, and it is only a question of time before the country will need military intervention from abroad in order to avoid a humanitarian catastrophe.

Jun 28 08:46

Why is the EU funding Israeli torturers?

The European Union is illegally funding Israeli torturers and must stop, a group of prominent international legal experts has concluded.

They say that the LAW-TRAIN program violates EU regulations and international law because one of the participants, Israel’s public security ministry, “is responsible for or complicit in torture, other crimes against humanity and war crimes.”

Jun 28 07:40

Last Remaining Police Station in Migrant-Dominated Swedish Suburbs Forced to Close

The last remaining station in the troubled Järva area will most likely have to close, police sources have said, due to lack of staff.
The police station in Kista is the only one still open in the Järva area, in which lie the suburbs of Rinkeby, Tensta, and Husby — migrant-dominated neighbourhoods classed by Sweden’s National Police Operations Department (NOA) as “vulnerable”.

According to police sources, the move to close the station has already begun, and there are no plans for it to be reopened. Officers who work at Kista station will be moved to police headquarters in Solna.

Leading terror researcher Magnus Ranstorp called the decision to close Kista’s police station a “disaster”, tweeting, “They should open four more instead!”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Welcome to the outcomes of unrestrained, unfettered, unvetted immigration.

Jun 28 07:32

UK credit and car loan problems are building

As we look at the UK credit situation there are building pressures almost everywhere we look. This is hardly a surprise if we step back and review the years and years of easy monetary policy involving cutting the Bank Rate to a mere 0.25% and some £445 billion of QE ( Quantitative Easing) as well as other policies.

Jun 28 04:14

May Forms Government To Retain Power in Britain

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has at last secured a governing majority in the UK Parliament by agreeing to spend £1 billion on top of £500 million previously promised to Northern Ireland.

Jun 27 15:44

It is all about the banks yet again

If there is a prime feature of the credit crunch in the financial world it is the woes and travails of the banks. That is quite an anti-achievement when you consider that if you count from the first signs of trouble at the mortgage book of Bear Stearns we are now in out second decade of this period having lost one already.

Jun 27 13:45

Italy’s newest bank bailout cost as much as its annual defense budget

Two more Italian banks failed over the weekend– Banco Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca.

(In other news, the sky is blue.)

Jun 27 09:16

GOING TO PARIS? Be sure to thank the many Muslims you’ll encounter for ruining your visit to the Eiffel Tower

A $20 million dollar bullet-proof glass barrier will be built around the base of the Eiffel Tower to protect visitors from Islamic terrorist attacks.

Jun 27 08:31

EU pledges to help Israel suppress criticism

The European Union is pledging to help Israel crack down on critical speech.

During a visit to the Israeli foreign ministry in Jerusalem this week, EU justice commissioner Vera Jourova lauded efforts to remove so-called hate speech from online forums.

Jourova said that Europe had made “substantial progress” in removing “illegal hate speech” through cooperation with technology firms.

Jun 27 07:52

Merkel and Trump braced for G20 clash: Germany to make free trade demands

ANGELA Merkel and Donald Trump are on a collision course over free trade, the global steel industry and Washington’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate deal.

Jun 27 07:46

Ireland to LEAVE the EU? DUP MP urges Britain’s closest neighbours to follow Brexit

THE REPUBLIC of Ireland should realise it can do “far better” outside of the EU as costs will rise following Brexit, a DUP MP has declared.

Jun 27 07:45

Brexit bill BOMBSHELL: Theresa May CAN walk away without paying a penny to EU, experts say

THERESA May can walk away from Brexit talks "without paying a penny" if Brussels tries to punish the UK, a think-tank has said.

Jun 26 14:26

50,000 Protesters Form 90km Human Chain to Demand Closure of Belgian Nuclear Sites

Thousands of protestors have formed a 90-kilometer human chain around the border triangle of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands to demand the closure of the two reactors at Belgium’s Tihange and Doel nuclear power stations.

Jun 26 11:41

Viktor Orban: the Man Who Could Save Europe

Disastrous policy follows Globalist strategy and the people of Europe suffer. The massive influx of North African and Middle East migrants is destabilizing not just the European economies, but also the fabric of cohesive society…And the EU is happy to push this along.

Jun 26 09:45

REMEMBER what France and Germany looked like before the Muslim invasion?

France in the ’60s and ’70s vs France today.

Jun 26 09:34

First Things First: EU Needs to Care for Its Own Interests, Not Those of US

The European Union would be better off focusing on European interests rather than those of the United States, Branislav Fabry, a law and social sciences expert at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, said in an interview with Sputnik.

Jun 26 09:33

Opinion: Europeans are increasingly opening the door for EU exit

Most Europeans think that soon several countries will leave the European Union, Alexander Scshpunt on radio broadcast Sputnik said, adding that there are three major factors influencing the views of Europeans.

According to the data survey conducted by the French company Ifop for “Sputnik Opinions”, most European citizens believe that there may be changes in the composition of the European Union in the short term. In the survey, British, French, German, and Italian citizens said they were confident that after United Kingdom’s departure from Europe at least another country would follow.

Jun 26 09:31

Intel Agent Reveals How NATO Planned to Tear Russia Apart

According to secret documents obtained by a Russian intelligence service, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, NATO planned to split Russia into several smaller parts, a former secret agent told Russia's Rossiya 1 broadcaster.

Jun 26 09:12

Warning of Risks, Moscow Condemns US Marines Deployment Extension in Norway

Moscow has told Oslo that the extension of a US military deployment in the country will deteriorate diplomatic relations between the two neighbors.

Jun 26 08:05

'I fear for EU when it loses Britain' Top European judge on Brexit warning for bloc

Express.co.uk travelled to Luxembourg to speak to European Free Trade Association head judge Carl Baudenbacher about Brexit, the future of the European Union and how his court operates.

Jun 26 07:02

Italy to wind up two failing banks at potential cost of €17bn

The Italian government is stepping in to wind up two failing lenders and prevent a bank run, at a total cost of up to €17bn (£15bn).

After an emergency cabinet meeting on Sunday, ministers agreed to a decree splitting Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza into ‘good’ and ‘bad’ banks, keeping branches open.

The ‘good’ assets are being acquired by Italy’s biggest retail bank, Intesa Sanpaolo, with the Italian government handing about €5bn to Intesa as part of the deal.

The lenders will then be liquidated, which leaves the state footing the bill for bad loans on both banks’ books, plus restructuring costs.

Jun 26 06:51

RIPPED OFF AGAIN: EU splurges on building projects...and guess how much Britain's getting?

BRITAIN was yet again on the wrong end of an EU funding decision today as it emerged the country will barely benefit at all from a £2.4 billion Brussels splurge designed to upgrade the continent’s infrastructure.

A pathetic £3.3 million - just 0.14 per cent of the project’s entire budget - has been set aside by eurocrats to pay for upgrades to the crumbling transport network in the UK.

The decision means that once more Britain has been ripped off compared to its European partners despite the fact that UK taxpayers will stump up an astonishing £290 million for the scheme.

Jun 25 11:41

UK population sees largest increase in 70 years – 500,000 in 2016 – driven mainly by uncontrolled mass Muslim immigration

New immigration data has been released and the figures are incredibly alarming. Last year, the UK had the highest population growth since 1947, and guess what, it isn’t due to more British babies being born.

Jun 25 11:25

'BBC suffers from REMOANERISM' Rees-Mogg rips into corporation for 'anti-Brexit coverage'

The Tory MP for North East Somerset commended Andrea Leadsom, who earlier this week called on the BBC to be more patriotic and supportive of the country in its Brexit reporting.

Mr Rees-Mogg said that the British people deserved better from its media, after voting decisively to leave the EU last year.

Robert Peston mocked Mrs Leadsom's remarks on Newsnight this week by preparing a patriotic breakfast table for his guests, adorned with Union Jack flags.

Despite this, Mr Rees Mogg defended his Tory colleague's remarks and said there was a real issue at hand with media bias.

The Conservative told Peston: "I think the BBC were incredibly good during the referendum campaign in remaining impartial, despite most of their staff favouring the EU.

"But I do think the BBC has suffered a strong tone of Remoanerism since then. There is a real issue with the BBC, that we have to deal with."

Jun 25 11:14

'Thanks to Gina Miller there's no going back!' Brexit now enshrined in law, says Rees-Mogg

Speaking to Robert Peston on ITV, he said: "Because the Article 50 Bill has passed, we are having Brexit no matter what.

"We actually have a lot to thank Gina Miller for, because it is now in law that we leave the EU by the end of March 2019.

"There is no majority in Parliament to repeal that law."

Mrs Miller brought forward a legal challenge to the Government to ensure that a bill on Article 50 went through Parliament.

The Remainer won the verdict, which went all the way to the Supreme Court.

However, the Parliament reacted by quickly passing the bill, turning Article 50 into law.

Jun 25 07:31

England is Awakening - thousands descend on London

Saturday 24th June saw approximately 10,000 football fans unite in a march against Extremism in London.

Jun 25 05:15

TWO ITALIAN ZOMBIE BANKS TOPPLED FRIDAY NIGHT

When banks fail and regulators decide to liquidate them, it happens on Friday evening so that there is a weekend to clean up the mess. And this is what happened in Italy – with two banks!

It’s over for the two banks that have been prominent zombies in the Italian banking crisis: Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza, in northeastern Italy.

The banks have combined assets of €60 billion, a good part of which are toxic and no one wanted to touch them. They already received a bailout but more would have been required, and given the uncertainty and the messiness of their books, nothing was forthcoming, and the ECB which regulates them lost its patience.

In a tersely worded statement, the ECB’s office of Banking Supervision ordered the banks to be wound up because they “were failing or likely to fail as the two banks repeatedly breached supervisory capital requirements.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Euro itself is set to fall and fail; it not a matter of if, but when.

Jun 25 04:18

Germany Secretly Passed Total Surveillance of Everything

Governments routinely pass laws that are expanding their powers to the detriment of personal rights that are buried deeply in legislation only a diehard will read.

Jun 24 20:49

British Europhile activist praises EU generosity and urges May to GIVE IN to Juncker

THE founder of Open Britain, a pro-EU campaign group, has savaged Theresa May's approach to Brexit talks, before heaping praise on Brussels for "offering us so much more".

Jun 24 20:38

'British law is not good enough' German MEP warns UK can never sever ties to EU courts

A GERMAN MEP in Angela Merkel's party has warned Britain the European Union will demand any agreed Brexit deal will see the UK REMAIN under the control of European judges.

Jun 24 16:33

Stop The Fake News Network Presses: Vaccines Can Be Blamed For Illnesses And Diseases

By Catherine J. Frompovich

The European Union Court (EUC) recently (June 21, 2017) sent a mammoth gaff into the side of Big Pharma’s most sacred cows, Vaccines!

How dare the EUC do such a thing, especially since the U.S. CDC/FDA and SCOTUS seemingly suck up to; probably tap out or into Pharma’s “cool aide”; and even may brown nose Big Pharma’s pseudo vaccinology ‘science’...

Jun 24 09:41

'We'll come ANYWAY' European fishing chief's plot to DEFY UK sovereignty and Royal Navy

THE chairman of the European Fisheries Alliance mocked the strength of the Royal Navy as he threatened to defy Britain's sovereignty and illegally fish in UK waters after Brexit.

Gerard van Balsfoort, who is the head of the alliance, warned Britain should not mess around with continental anglers.

In a shocking interview with the BBC, the fishing chief mocked the idea that Britain had any real authority over its own waters.

This comes after Environment Secretary Michael Gove pledged British fishermen would be able to catch more fish after Brexit.

He also said that the number of foreign fishing boats allowed into British waters would be significantly reduced.

Jun 24 08:14

EU to pressure Merkel to accept MORE migrants before election over claims of delay tactics

THE President of the European Parliament has called for further pressure to be placed on Germany to start accepting more migrants ahead of the country’s elections, amid claims the Chancellor is delaying the process in an effort to win over voters.

Jun 24 08:13

EU free movement under attack from MACRON: Brexit happened after ‘Britain said STOP’

EMMANUEL Macron has vowed to curb the rights of eastern Europeans working in France in a bid to quell growing anti-European Union resentment in France.

Jun 24 08:12

One Year After Brexit Vote: EU Disasters 'Gone Too Far to Be Reformed'

One year after the historic Brexit referendum in the UK, it appears that other European countries may eventually follow London’s example as the EU continues to lose touch with the concerns of its residents.

Jun 23 20:55

EU-CETA agreement on verge of COLLAPSE: Spanish party in major U-turn shock

THE European Union’s controversial trade deal with Canada is once again in doubt as a Spanish party votes against the agreement.

Jun 23 17:01

No One’s Slaves

Our British cousins are unhappily discovering that the glamorous socialist/Marxist “nanny state,” so piously promoted by all the “beautiful people,” that they foolishly thought would bring about a utopian society where no one had to do any work, has cunningly enslaved them (as it always does, everywhere it has been tried), suffocating every vestige of individual initiative and personal dignity. They have been deceived, gullible victims of their own vanity, vice, and cowardice, and they know it!

Jun 23 13:58

GREECE: Another hub of Muslim cultural “enrichment” for Europe

Like Italy, Greece is a popular gateway for illegal alien African Muslims trying to reach the welfare havens of Western Europe. While they await travel papers and free transportation north, they are creating havoc in the island detention camps and surrounding neighborhoods in Greece where they are being housed.

Jun 23 12:52

Leaked Police Report: There Are 23 Muslim-Controlled “No Go Zones” In Sweden: Plagued With Violence, Sexual Assaults And Gun Crimes

Though European leaders and their US-based counterparts have vehemently denied their existence, a leaked report from the Swedish police confirms that there are at least 23 Muslim-controlled “No-Go Zones” and some 60 “vulnerable areas” where non-muslim citizens of the country can no longer visit safely.

As noted in the RT video below, the areas are plagued with violence, sexual assaults and gun crimes, and things have gotten so bad that police and emergency services personnel refuse to enter.

According to the Swedish National Police Commissioner:

We see developments in our country which are not always going in the right direction… We have more than 60 vulnerable areas in and around major cities in Sweden.. and we see criminality there and we need to turn around these developments in those areas… and we need the assistance of other parts of our society.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is the direct result of unvetted immigration, and why it cannot be allowed to continue further in this country.

Jun 23 10:09

US Foreign Policy, Global Hegemony, “Soft Power” and the Geopolitics of Eurasia

Henry Kissinger, one of the fundamental figures in creating and maintaining the US policy of global hegemonism during the Cold War[1], was quite clear and precise in his overviewing the issue of the American geopolitical position, national goals and foreign policy. His remarks can be summarized in the following points:
The US is an island off the shores of the large landmass of Eurasia.
The resources and population of Eurasia far exceed the resources and population of the US.
Any domination by any single state from Eurasia (either from the European or the Asian part) is a critical danger for the American geopolitical and geoeconomic aims as well as national interest regardless during or after the time of the Cold War.
A mortal danger for the US is formation of any political-military coalitions between the Euroasian great powers (primarily between the USSR/Russia and China) as such coalition would have a real capacity to outstrip both the US economy and military.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But it looks as though the political/economic developments between members of BRIC and the SCO are changing this game, and quite concretely.

The economic reforms in China and Russia, coupled with their moving to embrace Europe, with trade and infrastructure, (like Xi Jinping's Silk Road project China pledges $124 billion for new Silk Road as champion of globalization) are leaving the USSA in the dust; this is why I am hearing so much demonisation of both countries, as though to prepare American citizens for wars against them, to stop the ascent of both the yuan, and the ruble.

Jun 23 09:21

SPAIN IN CRISIS: Catalan independence vote REFUSED - but rebels to hold referendum anyway

SPAIN has rejected the Catalan government’s request to hold an independence referendum - but the rebels have vowed the vote will go ahead anyway.

Pro-separatist president Carles Puigdemont presented a bill calling on Madrid to "respect" the northeastern region's attempt to hold a vote in October this year.

He has already announced plans to hold a vote on October 1, asking the question: "Do you want Catalonia to be an independent state in the form of a republic?"

If a majority votes "yes" the region’s government said it will immediately start proceedings to separate from Spain.

Jun 23 08:56

Soros on Brexit: "If everything goes well, there will be a new marriage before the divorce."

George Soros, the multi-billionaire behind the NGOs who are responsible for virtually all the latest "color revolutions" attempts said that economic contingencies will force the United Kingdom to lower its living standards after Brexit.

Jun 23 08:55

London Mayor Urges UK PM May 'to Abandon Her Extreme, Hard Brexit Approach'

UK Prime Minister Theresa May should abandon her hard approach to leaving the European Union, as it damages the interests of EU citizens living in the United Kingdom, and UK citizens residing in the bloc, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Friday.

Jun 23 08:54

Abusive Relationship: Ukrainian Ex-Pres Says EU 'Brought Ukraine to Its Knees'

Former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma has lashed out against the EU, saying that the bloc's policies had brought Ukraine "to its knees," and turned it into a raw material colony. Speaking to Sputnik, Ukrainian political analyst Alexander Okhrimenko said that it was surprising that Kiev expected anything different from the Europeans.

Jun 23 08:51

Today is Brext Britain’s Independence Day – A Year on Since the Vote

On June 23rd, 2016, Britain voted to leave the European Union. In one of the most startling political upsets to the British and European Establishment, the highest ever voter turnout rejected the Globalist EU and opted to be a self-governing, sovereign nation state

Jun 23 08:37

EU admits hardly any migrants reaching Europe are refugees as it toughens deportation talk

Officials in Brussels said the newest wave of migration from North Africa was “clearly and manifestly about economic migrants” and said those people had no right to “enter European soil”.

European leaders are expected to back significantly toughening up the policing of the continent’s outer borders when they meet for an EU Council summit in the Belgian capital tomorrow.

Jun 22 16:20

'I hate Brexit from every angle!' Netherlands PM still 'dreams' UK won't leave the EU

MARK RUTTE has admitted he “hates Brexit from every angle” and “dreams” the UK will change its decision.

Jun 22 11:01

The Media are Lying about the Details of Poland, Hungary and the Czech republic Refusing Migrants – The Truth is Much, Much Worse

The European Union is taking Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic to court for refusing to take 160,000 migrants in under an agreement made in 2015. They are looking at a fine of 250,000 Euros per migrant. But what is not being reported is the fact that these three countries ARE taking migrants, but only those that do not Fail basic vetting.

Jun 22 09:39

BIG BRASS ONES! Hungarian PM doubles down on commitment NOT TO ALLOW Muslims into his country

Viktor Orban says his countrymen do not want to give up the economic prosperity they have worked so hard for and want to live in security, both of which are not possible with a large influx of Muslim freeloaders, rapists, and jihadists.

Jun 22 08:56

An Old Nightmare Returns: The Balkans Simmer Again

The latest worrisome development is the victory of the most hardline factions in Kosovo’s just-completed national elections. An alliance that Kosovo’s media have dubbed the “war wing,” emerged as the largest bloc in parliament, garnering 34 percent of the vote. The principal leaders of that faction, headed by the Democratic Party of Kosovo, are President Hashim Thaci, and another former leader of the infamous Kosovo Liberation Army, Ramush Haradinaj, who is likely to become prime minister. European Union and UN investigators have accused both men of numerous war crimes during Kosovo’s war of secession from Serbia in the late 1990s.

Jun 22 07:20

‘We will respond’ EU prepares to STRIKE BACK as Trump’s steel war hits bloc ‘very hard’

THE United States’ proposals to slap tariffs on steel imports is hitting Brussels “very hard”, the EU’s trade commissioner has warned.

Jun 22 07:18

This Smacks of a Double Standard

If you’re German father, and a culture-enricher sexually harasses or molests your daughter, you can’t shoot him. You can’t hit him upside the head with a board. You can’t kick him. And you can’t smack him. If you do, you may expect the full legal force of the Modern Multicultural State to come down hard on you.

About all you can do is say: “Good day, sir. My daughter welcomes refugees. You may have your way with her — please avail yourself of her services. Would you like her little sister, too?”

Jun 22 07:16

Moscow Resumed Cooperation With Most EU Countries, Russian Official Says

Russian Deputy Minister of Economic Development Alexey Gruzdev said Wednesday that Moscow renewed intergovernmental cooperation with two-thirds of European Union's member states, despite tensions with Brussels.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The EU is getting off the US' anti-Russia bandwagon.

Jun 21 16:20

Sun’s out, gams out? Men wear skirts to protest ban on shorts during heatwave (PHOTOS)

As Europe swelters under the scorching sun, some male employees have taken to an ‘alternate’ dress code in protest at having to wear trousers.

Bus drivers in Nantes, France, are wearing skirts to work to show their disapproval at not being allowed to wear shorts as a heat wave sweeps across the country.

Jun 21 14:39

In London, A Day of Rage Attempts to Bring Down the Government

Protestors took to the streets of London purportedly in response to the tragic fire at Grenfell Towers; but the reality is that this is nothing but the Militant Left using undemocratic means to force another election.

Jun 21 07:49

WATCH Su-27 Chase NATO F-16 Away From Russian Defense Minister's Plane

Earlier in the day, a Sputnik correspondent reported that the NATO aircraft attempted to get close to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu's plane over neutral Baltic waters but was chased away by the Su-27.

Shoigu was en route to the westernmost Russian city of Kaliningrad when the F-16 attempted to make an approach.

Russia's Sukhoi Su-27 fighter, one of the aircraft escorting Shoigu's plane, then displayed its weapons, prompting the F-16 to retreat.

Jun 21 07:49

NATO's Buildup Pushes 'Situation at Russian Border Toward Deterioration'

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) activities in Eastern Europe are deteriorating the situation near western Russia, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said at a ministerial board meeting Wednesday.

"The situation developing near our western borders tends toward deterioration. This is due to the increased military activity of NATO countries in Eastern Europe," Shoigu said.

He pointed to the western alliance's build-up in the Baltics and "the improving infrastructure of their seaports, airfields and other military facilities."

Jun 21 07:17

Starbucks to hire thousands of refugees to serve Europeans coffee

American coffeehouse chain Starbucks said on Tuesday it would employ 2,500 refugees in its European stores by 2022. It is a part of a global program to provide jobs for refugees announced in January.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That didn't work out here in the US!

Jun 21 07:15

ISIS FEARS MEAN FINLAND, THE WORLD'S SAFEST COUNTRY, IS RAISING ITS THREAT LEVEL

Finland, a country classified as the safest in the world, where people dog-sled, cross-country ski and enjoy saunas in peace, raised its threat level on Wednesday, citing small numbers of people inspired by jihadi groups such as the Islamic State (ISIS).

The Finnish Security Intelligence Service, or SUPO, said it had obtained knowledge of extremism-related plans being made in the country. In response, it raised the threat from ‘low’ to ‘elevated.’

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