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Aug 12 15:45

Bringing Corporations To Justice With Ecuador's UN Representative

For the first time ever, progress is being made at the United Nations for a binding legal instrument that would hold corporations accountable for human rights violations.

Aug 12 14:16

Viktor Orban – Stopping Terror in Hungary

Aug 12 09:07

Here’s what happened when this European country slashed its taxes

Romania Slashes Taxes, Speedy Growth Ensues

Aug 12 09:01

The Scandal Of The EU Commission And Their Revolving Doors

The Goldman Sachs employment of former EU Commission President Barroso has placed the EU’s revolving door problem firmly on the political agenda. Although many former EU commissioners have taken up compromising roles with big business before, this is the first revolving door scandal involving an ex-Commission President, a development that has angered citizens, NGOs, EU governments and staff at the EU institutions alike.

Aug 12 07:11

Globalization Is Dead, But The Idea Is Not

I personally have the idea that if you think central banks -and perhaps governments- have the ability and the tools to prevent or cure financial crises, you’re in the more optimistic camp. And if you don’t, you’re a pessimist. A third option might be to think that no matter what central bankers do, things will solve themselves, but I don’t see much of that being floated. Not anymore.

What I do see are countless numbers of bankers and economists and pundits and reporters holding up high the concept of globalization (a.k.a. free trade, Open Society) as the savior of mankind and its economy.

And I’m thinking that no matter how great you think the entire centralization issue is, be it global or on a more moderate scale, it’s a lost case. Because centralization dies the moment it can no longer show obvious benefits for people and societies ‘being centralized’. Unless you’re talking a dictatorship.

Aug 12 06:54

Netherlands probes death threats against Palestinian rights advocate

In the first reported case of the kind, Dutch prosecutors are investigating death threats to a Hague-based Palestinian rights advocate, implicating Israel as a likely culprit due to sophisticated tactics and hacking used. Israel dismisses its involvement.

Aug 12 06:44

EU’s Smallest Nation is Its First to Completely Ban Monsanto’s Toxic Glyphosate

Waking Times

The European Union’s smallest member country, Malta, has officially began the process of completely banning Monsanto’s toxic glyphosate from the 122 square mile island nation in the Mediterranean Sea. Labeled a ‘probable carcinogenic’ by the World Health Organization, controversy over the use of glyphosate, a primary ingredient in the popular gardening product RoundUp, is a globally contentious issue, yet very few nation states have sided with precautionary reasoning when considering the continued use of this toxic herbicide and crop desiccant.

Aug 12 06:25

EU migrants will STAY in UK as Home Office cuts mean it will take 140 YEARS to deport them

THERESA May will be unable to deport any EU migrants who arrive in Britain before the official Brexit date because of swingeing cuts to the Home Office, a pro-Brussels think-tank has said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Britain should cut off all social services to the migrants and make it illegal for them to work in Great Britain, then announce all the free stuff (and a lot of really hot and horny women) are in Brussels. The refugee problem will solve itself.

Aug 11 20:06

LIGHTS ON BUT NO ONE’S HOME: EU 'burning money' by illuminating EMPTY buildings

THE EUROPEAN Union has been accused of showing “contempt for taxpayers” by leaving the lights on in near-abandoned buildings over the summer.

In a series of pictures taken this month, apparently deserted rooms in the European Parliament are shown with their lights still ablaze, including a row of spotlights shining on a piece of Brussels artwork.

Even the main Altiero Spinelli building of the European Parliament is seen with its lights still glaring, despite the fact the building’s entrance appears to be closed with drawn shutters.

Aug 11 14:57

Europe on the Brink of Complete Chaos?

Aug 11 09:59

Sweden Sounds the Alarm: Refugee Children Forced to Sell Sex

Despite preventive efforts by the government, prostitution in Sweden is becoming increasingly organized as more foreign-born women and men are lured or forced to sell sex. Recently, this bitter trend expanded to include refugee children.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What a wonderful thing this New World Order is turning out to be!!!!!!

Aug 11 08:47

Greece sees 76 percent rise in migrants after Turkey's dispute with Europe following coup

IMMIGRATION from Turkey to Greece has soared by 76 per cent after a dispute between Ankara and Europe following the failed military coup.

The number of stranded asylum seekers coming from the Turkish shores to the northeast Aegean islands has exceeded 10,000 for the first time ever.

Aug 11 07:54

Merkel's law: German threat to SLASH EU funding to Poland & Hungary for refusing to comply

GERMANY has threatened to slash European Union funding to Poland, Hungary and other countries for refusing to comply with EU values.

The bloc needs to impose “stronger rules for the disbursement of funds”, according to MEP Ingeborg Grassle.

The Christian-Democrat added: “Countries that don’t respect EU laws, or countries that don’t participate enough in the resettlement of migrants or the registration of refugees, should be deprived of funds.”

Aug 11 07:45

The Scandal Of The EU Commission And Their Revolving Doors

The Goldman Sachs employment of former EU Commission President Barroso has placed the EU’s revolving door problem firmly on the political agenda. Although many former EU commissioners have taken up compromising roles with big business before, this is the first revolving door scandal involving an ex-Commission President, a development that has angered citizens, NGOs, EU governments and staff at the EU institutions alike.

Aug 10 16:27

DIVIDED EU: Germany prospers as Spain, Italy and Portugal spiral into stagnation

A survey of voters in Eurozone nations has revealed how there are stark differences between the prosperous north and impoverished south as the gulf between the winners and losers of the single currency experiment grows ever wider.

In booming Germany, whose exports have been propped up by the relatively weak value of the Euro, three quarters of people feel optimistic about the state of the economy and the country’s future.

But at the other end of the scale there is Greece, where only an abysmal two per cent of the population feel that the financial system is working in their interests.

Aug 10 16:21

REVEALED: Desperate EU bosses splurge €1TRILLION on bonds to prop up ailing eurozone

THE European Central Bank (ECB) has splurged almost €1trillion on bonds in the last 18 months in a desperate bid to prop up the ailing eurozone.

Aug 10 10:26

Putin and Erdogan Vow to Repair Ties as West Watches Nervously

Against a backdrop of rising tensions between Turkey and the West, Presidents Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey pledged on Tuesday to repair relations after nine months of open antagonism.

Although their meeting in St. Petersburg on Tuesday produced little beyond vows of friendship and cooperation, the symbolism of the two former antagonists coming together for a friendly talk was enough to raise alarms in Western capitals. Besides being a member of the NATO alliance, Turkey is vital to Europe’s efforts to stanch the flow of migrants from Syria and Afghanistan.

Washington and Ankara, long at odds over American support of the Kurds in Syria and Iraq, have had a series of problems lately. Anti-Americanism has been on the rise in Turkey, amid accusations that the United States played a role in the failed coup in Turkey and widespread resentment of the White House’s criticism of the resulting crackdown.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF this relationship continues to warm, militarily and economically, and Putin is able to throw Iran into the mix, such a relationship could well become a grand "Eurasian Axis", capable of preventing any outside military interference for either Turkey or Iran.

Oh, and BTW, as reported on 6 August 2016 at http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/:

The U.S. Justice Department will send a technical delegation to Turkey this week over the government's request to extradite U.S.-based Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen, the prime suspect behind the July 15 coup attempt according to Ankara. The Turkish Justice Ministry had invited a delegation from Washington to come to Turkey first to discuss Gülen's extradition. In return, a delegation from the Justice ministry will later depart for U.S. to discuss the extradition after the U.S. delegation's visit. Ankara has already lodged two extradition demands with the U.S. for Gülen, who lives a self-claimed exile in Pennsylvania.

And please remember; at Incerlik, Erdogan has his "bargaining chip" of thousands of US and NATO personnel on lockdown, along with 50 - 90 NATO thermonuclear bombs.

President Obama cannot afford to extradite CIA asset Gullen to Turkey, because he is a "live liability", so he will most probably meet with a "severe health challenge" which will take him out, before the body is returned to Turkey.

This Administration is no stranger to extrajudicial assassinations.

Aug 10 08:31

Turks don’t even want to join EU! Brussels has made SERIOUS mistakes, says Ankara

BUNGLING Brussels bureaucrats have LOST support among the people of Turkey - despite Ankara’s desperately long bid to join the crumbling European Union (EU).

Aug 10 08:26

Western leaders ‘too slow’ on countering Russia – top NATO general

Politicians in NATO states are too slow in making decisions on confronting Russia, one of the bloc’s top military chiefs has complained. The hawkish remarks come after Moscow said it had offered to return to the table in a bid to ease tensions.

Aug 10 07:55

Paradigm Shift: Europe's Infatuation for US Democrats Comes to an End

As for the United States leadership, the Europeans' sympathies normally rest with Democratic presidential candidates who are traditionally regarded as more peaceful and reliable than their Republican counterparts. In the upcoming election, however, there are things that may tip the scale in favor of the Republicans.

Aug 09 17:58

Desperate EU urges nations to accept migrant quotas as Baltic states CLOSE BORDERS

EUROPE’S baltic states have slapped down Brussels bureaucrats by REFUSING to accept their migrant quotas.

Aug 09 10:27

It’s Getting Uglier in Spain

Aug 09 09:20

MAKE OR BREAK: Italy gives green light to pivotal referendum which could DESTROY the EU

ITALY'S highest court has given the go-ahead for a make-or-break referendum on the crisis-torn country's constitutional future which could have huge knock-on effects for the EU.

Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said victory in the poll would end Italy's notoriously shaky political system that has prevented any government completing a full term since the Second World War.

But defeat will mean the end of the line for pro-Brussels Mr Renzi who has promised to quit if voters do not approve his constitutional changes.

Aug 09 09:19

'Flawed at birth and destined to COLLAPSE…Eurozone must DITCH Euro NOW to survive'

THE eurozone was flawed at birth and is destined to collapse unless huge changes are made to its single currency, according to a Nobel-Prize winning economist.

Aug 09 09:18

Greek PM orders Germany: We cancelled YOUR debt after WW2 so cancel OURS now

GREEK prime minister Alexis Tsipras has reminded Germany how its debts were cancelled after the Second World War - as his recession-hit country continues to be plagued by the eurozone crisis.

In a post on his Facebook page, Mr Tsipras highlighted how yesterday marked the 63rd anniversary of the conclusion of the London Debt Agreement.

Signed by countries across the world - including Greece - the deal provided West Germany with relief on its massive post-war debts.

Aug 09 09:07

Deportation European Style: "Dear Terrorist, Please Go Home"

The Algerian assailant who attacked two female Belgian police officers with a machete ignored two exportation orders. European officials are reportedly shocked that only 40% of exportation orders are obeyed.

Aug 09 08:45

ITALY RAISES BRITISH FLAG IN PROTEST OF EU MEDDLING

Greg Heffer for Express UK reports Business owners along the Liguria coast, in the country’s north-west, are taking part in the eye-catching stunt in anger at a recent ruling by EU judges.Last month, the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice ruled family-owned concessions along Italy’s beaches must be open to EU-wide competition laws.

Aug 08 18:58

Arming for Deterence: How Poland and NATO should counter a Resurgent Russia.

The Chicken Hawks at the Atlantic Council are at it again.
"There is no doubt that Russia is prepared and willing to threaten or even use military force to exploit weaknesses in the West, as demonstrated in Georgia in 2008, in Ukraine from 2014 onward and, more recently, in Syria. This also involves provocative military behavior to test the responses of the Alliance and individual allies, as in the case of the dangerous overflights of the missile destroyer USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea in April 2016."

The USS Donald Cook was at Russia's borders and Russia was the aggressor!!.
It was funny what happened next.

Aug 08 16:29

Denmark: Somali Youth Film Themselves Attacking 13yo Danish Boy Who Wanted to Play

A father outraged after his son was beaten by "6-8 Somali youth" shared video the incident on his Facebook page where it quickly amassed over 1.6 million views.

Aug 08 14:09

Swedes Urged to Hand Over Their Houses to Migrants

Temporary housing is not good enough for the migrants in Sweden, they want Swedes' country homes.

Aug 08 13:25

EU Threatens To Prevent UK Leaving Bloc Unless They Pay £20 Bn Bill

Webmaster addition: What is the EU going to do? Invade?

Aug 08 12:40

Democracy Is Dead

Globalists of all stripes are calling this nationalist revival narrow-minded and obscurantist. Their leading argument is that global problems such as climate change, overpopulation, and poverty require institutions with global authority. But what they should keep in mind is that those various supra-national institutions or entities, which started with stated good intentions, such as the United Nations, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), not only have failed to solve any global problems but have, by their corrupt nature made them worse. In the case of the supra-national North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), there is no pretense of being a do-gooder. The armed fist of the Orwellian empire is in the business of globalization of war with decisions made in Washington, DC. In Orwellian times, many supra-national organizations behave like corporations under humanitarian pretenses, when they are in fact parasitic organisms depleting our strength. Meanwhile, no one represents We The People at all. In the world of humanitarianism for profit, public servants have vanished and been replaced by corrupt incompetent groups operating like crime families.

Aug 08 08:37

US Navy Making Waves in Black Sea in Attempt to Curtail Russia's Dominance

Russia continues to play a key role in the Black Sea security architecture. To curtail Russia's geopolitical position in the region the US-led NATO alliance envisions a return to great power competition at sea.

Aug 08 07:13

Top EU aide QUITS over Brussels methods used to MONITOR European countries' budgets

The handling of recent budget rule breaking in Spain and Portugal has sparked a huge fallout between member states over how punishment should have been handled.

Now, the fallout has raised concerns over the handling of debt crises in member states - adding fuel to the anti-EU fire.

Aug 08 07:12

Juncker's 'insane' right hand man leading anti-British campaign in EU's Brexit talks

JEAN-CLAUDE Juncker’s “insane” right hand man is leading an anti-British campaign to ensure the UK gets as little as possible out of Brexit talks.

Aug 08 06:12

Brexit happened because the EU is a 'broken DICTATORSHIP' Italian MEP blasts

In a scathing outburst Barbara Spinelli said Europe is facing the terrifying prospect of a rerun of the 1930s and the rise of fascism because of the intransigence of Jean-Claude Juncker's EU Commission.

She called for a complete overhaul of the entire project to iron out its "ruinous deficiencies", saying the unaccountability of decision making has made Brussels unsustainably unpopular.

Aug 07 08:01

Fissures in the Empire — Paul Craig Roberts

Washington has raised the cost of being a member of its Empire too high. Vassals such as France and Germany are beginning to exercise independent policies toward Russia. Observing the cracks in its Empire, Washington has decided to bind its vassals to Washington with terror. Most likely what we are witnessing in the French and German attacks is Operation Gladio.

Washington’s policy toward Russia, which has been imposed by Washington on all of Europe, benefits no one but the handful of American ideologues known as neoconservatives. Neoconservatives are crazed psychopaths willing to destroy Earth in behalf of American hegemony.

A delegation of members of the French National Assembly and Senate went to Crimea to participate in Russian Navy Day on July 28. Thierry Mariani, the head of the French delegation, addressed the parliament in Crimea and said that there are no reasons for France to continue to support Washington’s illegal sanctions on Russia.

Aug 07 07:44

‘We’ve had ENOUGH Merkel’ Rest of Europe gangs up on Germany over crippling EU austerity

Major EU nations including France, Italy and Spain are clubbing together to form a new alliance with the aim of wrestling back economic power from the German leader.

Mediterranean economies have been devastated by an EU-wide policy of austerity enforced from Berlin, which has led to massive youth unemployment and soaring poverty.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not to mention the refugee problem!

Aug 07 07:42

Athens seeks southern alliance against EU austerity policy

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has invited the heads of Southern European countries to discuss a new alliance against the EU's tough austerity policy.

Aug 06 15:46

Brexit Block: EU Official Says €25bn Debt Means UK Can’t Leave

Britain will have to pay the European Union a hefty sum if it is to follow through with Brexit, with claims that an estimated €25 billion is owed to the bloc in unpaid bills.
An outstanding total of €200 billion (£170 billion, $221 billion) has been shifted around by the EU for years, under what Brussels’ mandarins call the “reste à liquider.”

Aug 06 11:00

BREXIT BLOCK: EU bureaucrats tell Britain to PAY £20BN bill or we WON'T let you leave

The European Union has threatened to hold the UK to ransom if it fails to pay the bill, in a scathing attack on democracy following Britain’s momentous Brexit vote.

An EU source told a German newspaper: “A deal with Britain is inconceivable if the British do not settle these liabilities.”

EU Commission lawyers have warned Theresa May’s Government a failure to pay up would equal a debt default, according to reports.

The now 27-member bloc has been pushing through a mountain of bills unpaid for years, which now amounts to more than €200billion (£170billion) and it is alleged that the British share is around €25 billion euros (£20billion).

The crumbling Brussels club appears to be desperately trying to put blocks in the way of a British exit following the Leave vote on June 23.

EU big cheese Jean-Claude Juncker has already warned Britain will not gain access to the single market if it refuses to accept freedom of movement rules.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I would imagine that Prime Minister May could well take a page from Iceland's experience with parasitical political and banker-types; just declare these bills as "odious debts", and not pay them.

Aug 06 09:23

Europe ”on the verge of civil war” due to mass muslim immigration– Swiss army chief’s urgent warning

Society in western Europe is on the verge of breaking down amid chaotic violence caused by economic dislocation, mass immigration and terrorism. This is not the view of some ‘crazy survivalist’ but head of the Swiss Armed Forces.

Lieutenant-General André Blattmann has issued a warning to the Swiss people that society is dangerously close to collapse and advised those not already armed as part of the Swiss Army reserve to take steps to arm themselves.

Blattmann has been head of the Armed Forces since, 1 March 2009 and his words carry very significant weight in a country in which several Citizens’ Initiative referenda against burqas and mosques have proven enormously popular as concerns grow about immigration and Islamisation.

In the last two World Wars, the Swiss combination of mountains and armed citizenry preserved the country’s peace and neutrality, but in the coming conflict, Switzerland already has its own massive fifth column.

Aug 06 09:05

2 female Belgian police officers wounded in machete attack, assailant shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’

Two female officers were injured after being attacked by a machete-wielding man near the police station in the Belgian city of Charleroi, the authorities said.

The perpetrator, who could be heard shouting “Allahu Akbar," was shot and injured by a third officer on site, the RTL radio station claims, citing local police.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Why won't these people use an AR-15?!? I can;t use knives and machetes to get rid of that 2nd Amendment!!! What is WRONG with those people?" -- Hitlery

Aug 06 08:26

BIG EUROPEAN BANKS TRY TO BLOCK CONTAGION FROM ITALIAN BANKING CRISIS (BEFORE IT SINKS THEM)

Europe has plenty of reasons to be worried these days, but none more so than the seemingly terminal decline of the old continent’s banking system. So fragile are Europe’s banks that they can’t even get through an ECB stress test — whose primary purpose is to restore confidence in Europe’s banking system, by ignoring two of the most insolvent national banking sectors (Greece and Portugal) as well as the main source of stress (negative interest rates) — without sparking a panicked sell-off.

Before the test, UK-based Barclays predicted that any bank found to have a core capital ratio of less than 7.5% would come under pressure. There was no shortage of candidates, including, ironically, Barclays itself, which made it through the stress scenario with a core capital ratio of just 7.3%. The bank’s shares have fallen by about 5% since Monday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder just how Italian and German (and English) taxpayers are going to feel about being forced to prop up failing financial institutions in their respective countries, should they get any closer to failing, when it was the banks, and not the taxpayers, who went astray, with bad fiscal management.

All countries' leadership should think about that very carefully before their next election cycles.

Aug 06 06:49

MIGRANTS SHOUTING IN ARABIC SEXUALLY ASSAULT 13 YR-OLD IN SWEDEN – PEDESTRIANS WALK BY, DO NOTHING

Aug 05 18:03

Brave man who stood up to Munich shooter now facing prosecution for 'INSULTING killer'

$4 Billions for Israel, Israel threatening Iran, US bombing Libya, bombing Syria, Iraq, Turkey's got Nukes, Ukraine ready to invade the Donbass, provoking China into destroying US ships, provoking Russia into destroying Europe, Liars in the MSM wanting Hillary and WW3, Liars at Rand Corp saying a war with China is winnable. The world thinks Hillary is lovely and Trump is dangerous. Stories on poisoning the only planet we got and now this lunacy 'insulting the killer'. My brain hurts.

Rothschild's Zionists are responsible for all this, to protect the Rothschild's $US Dollar.

Aug 05 15:40

The Danger of Excessive Trump Bashing

The widespread disdain for Donald Trump and the fear of what his presidency might mean have led to an abandonment of any sense of objectivity by many Trump opponents and, most notably, the mainstream U.S. news media. If Trump is for something, it must be bad and must be transformed into one more club to use for hobbling his candidacy.

Amid his incoherence and insults, Trump has raised valid points on several important questions, such as the risks involved in the voracious expansion of NATO up to Russia’s borders and the wisdom of demonizing Russia and its internally popular President Vladimir Putin.

Aug 05 14:01

The Reluctant Enemy

The Enemy according to Trump is unemployment, outsourcing, immigration, wars abroad, neocons and free-wheeling allies, the Clintonites chose, Russia as the enemy.

In words of Jeffrey Sachs, “Hillary is the candidate of Wall Street. Even more dangerous, though, is that she is the candidate of the military-industrial complex supporting every war demanded by the US deep security state run by the military and the CIA.” And now she and her party set their sights on Russia.

Aug 05 10:39

Two Brothers Save Norwegian Woman from Serial Rapist Migrant

Two brothers saved a Norwegian woman from being raped by an alleged serial rapist migrant of "African origin."

Aug 05 10:01

People Are Stupid, A History of the National Security State (from 1941 to the present)

People Are Stupid, A History of the National Security State.
A discussion of 31 events establishing the "national security state", more often called today the "warfare state", beginning 1941 and ending this decade. Also: how to identify good evidence, how to unravel deep fraud, and a list of 22 helpful experts. Not exhaustive or complete, this video is nevertheless a good starting point for anyone who wants to understand the military-industrial-governmental complex and many of our self-induced "problems" today.

Aug 04 16:24

Eric Trump weighs in on father’s feud with Khan family

“My father’s simple message – it’s not an anti-Muslim message, it’s [an] anti-terror message,” he said. “You know, we have ISIS and they’re running rampant around the world and we have to do something about it and quite frankly, if you look at Hillary.”

Khizr Khan gave a blistering denunciation of Donald Trump at last week’s Democratic National Convention.

Aug 04 16:21

Eric Trump predicts dad will ‘win this crazy thing’

'I think we're going to win this crazy thing,' he said.

As his father’s seemingly quixotic campaign caught fire, Eric Trump, 32, an admitted political neophyte, found himself thrust into the heart of it all. He barnstormed across small towns in Iowa and New Hampshire, gamely doing interviews on local radio stations and Fox News, all while balancing growing responsibilities to the company.

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Aug 04 16:18

Julian Assange: “1,700 emails” proves Hillary Clinton sold weapons to ISIS in Syria

“A vote today for Hillary Clinton is a vote for endless, stupid war,” - Julian Assange

In Obama’s second term, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton authorized the shipment of American-made arms to Qatar, a country beholden to the Muslim Brotherhood, and friendly to the Libyan rebels, in an effort to topple the Libyan/Gaddafi government, and then ship those arms to Syria in order to fund Al Qaeda, and topple Assad in Syria.

Clinton took the lead role in organizing the so-called “Friends of Syria” (aka Al Qaeda/ISIS) to back the CIA-led insurgency for regime change in Syria.

Aug 04 16:14

9NEWS’ Brandon Rittiman interviews Donald Trump

Donald Trump: You look at how horribly are veterans are being taken care of.

BRANDON RITTIMAN: So, I want to start by asking. Hillary Clinton did make history. I know she’s not your favorite person, but she made history by becoming the first female presidential nominee from a major party in American history.

Do you acknowledge that? Is that a positive step for the country?

TRUMP: She’s got bad judgment. Everything she’s touched has turned bad. Whether it’s Syria, or Libya, or the migration, or the beginning of the Iran deal. She’s got horrible judgment. She voted for the war in Iraq. Another mistake. She was in favor of NAFTA. Another mistake. She’s got bad judgment.

We’re going to have a woman president, but it shouldn’t be her. She would be catastrophic for our country.

Aug 04 13:40

Gun Control Works! Mass knifing by Somali teen stuns UK… (BAN KNIVES!)

THE Somali teenager arrested on suspicion of murder after a knife attack in central London, where one woman died and five others were injured, has been named by sources as Zakaria Bulhan.

Aug 04 13:19

With Terror and Rape Spreading, “Self-Defense Weapons Permits Hit Record Highs” in Germany

It is sad that Europeans have been so disarmed that they must literally ask their government for permission to defend themselves, but that reality will not stop people from doing what it takes to protect themselves and their community.

Aug 04 08:13

ITALIAN BANKS ON VERGE OF COLLAPSING EUROZONE FINANCIAL SYSTEM

Aug 04 08:10

But we ARE worried! Italy’s Bank chief says don’t fret over £304BILLION debts

ITALY’S banking chief has told the world NOT to worry about its disastrous finances – despite its £304BILLION (€360bn) debts threatening to topple the international economy.

Aug 04 08:04

‘It’s DIPLOMATIC FICTION!’ Austria urges for end to EU talks with ‘undemocratic’ Turkey

AUSTRIA is calling on the European Union to END talks with with the “UNDEMOCRATIC” Turkish state over the country’s bid to join the bloc.

Aug 04 08:02

Czech Republic threatens to SUE the EU and warns Juncker it won't accept a SINGLE migrant

THE Czech Republic has threatened to sue the European Union if Brussels bureaucrats attempt to forcibly impose controversial mandatory migrant quotas.

Aug 04 08:01

German Stocks At A Crossroads

Aug 04 08:01

Squeaky referendum time! The NINE European elections threatening to TEAR the EU apart

THE European Union is facing a fight for survival with a whopping nine elections affecting its future set to take place over the next four months.

Brussels will face trial by the electorate at a time when it is battling the migrant crisis, a growing terror threat and the fallout from the Brexit vote.

With eurosceptic feeling running high in eastern and southern Europe the slew of elections, between September and December, are a key barometer of faith in the EU.

Here Express.co.uk documents the nine votes which could make or break the entire future of the Brussels project.

Aug 04 04:49

'France, 2016' Le Pen's fury as riot police DRAG Christians out of church

What would happen if the police went into a Synagog during a service and dragged out the Rabbi? The stuff happening in Europe and not being reported in the Corporate Media is staggering.

Aug 03 09:46

‘The EU is close to death’: Bloc trade chief launches bitter warning amid fears Canada deal could collapse

'Canada is a third country which stands very close to the EU. If the EU is not able to ratify this agreement, the EU trade policy would have a big credibility problem; it would be 'close to death',' the leaked notes say.

Aug 03 09:39

Why the EU is REALLY worried about a major new gas line between Russia and Turkey

The deal looks likely to send shockwaves throughout the 28-member bloc and risks plunging European powerhouses Germany and Italy into fresh conflict over the future of the EU after Brexit.

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have already fallen out over the direction of the EU's economic policy and both leaders have come to blows over a German plan to increase Russian gas imports.

Fresh proposals for new Russian gas routes into Europe will only increase tension between Rome and Berlin.

EU officials are concerned the deal could force Europe to become ever more reliant on Russia's gas supply as the gas line would bypass Ukraine and potential suppliers in the Caspian region.

Under the new scheme, dubbed the TurkStream pipeline, Russia will pump natural gas in two huge tunnels to Europe's border, with Turkey playing a key role as a major transit country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That's one very intelligent way for Russia to come back, economically, from US and EU sanctions!!

Aug 03 09:36

EUROPE AT WAR: Troops on German streets for first time since WW2 as France cancels summer

TERROR fears have prompted French officials to cancel a string of summer events as armed police and soldiers descend on European cities in a desperate attempt to prevent fresh attacks by Islamist jihadis.

Aug 03 09:30

European Banking System Bloodbath Continues Post-Stress-Test

For the 3rd day in a row, Unicredit shares are halted limit down as the "confidence-inspiring" European banking system stress tests have utterly failed... as European banking stocks are reeling once again (now down 10% post-stress-test).

Aug 03 08:46

ICTY Exonerates Slobodan Milosevic for War Crimes

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in The Hague has determined that the late Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic was not responsible for war crimes committed during the 1992-95 Bosnian war.

In a stunning ruling, the trial chamber that convicted former Bosnian-Serb president Radovan Karadzic of war crimes and sentenced him to 40 years in prison, unanimously concluded that Slobodan Milosevic was not part of a “joint criminal enterprise” to victimize Muslims and Croats during the Bosnian war.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A bit late, given that Milosevic was poisoned while in prison.

Aug 03 08:18

Flashback: Enemies are necessary for the wheels of the US military machine to turn - Former CIA officer John Stockwell

John R. Stockwell is a former CIA officer who became a critic of United States government policies after serving in the Agency for thirteen years serving seven tours of duty. After managing U.S. involvement in the Angolan Civil War as Chief of the Angola Task Force during its 1975 covert operations, he resigned and wrote In Search of Enemies, a book which remains the only detailed, insider's account of a major CIA "covert action."

Aug 03 07:37

Italy to let US use bases for Libya strikes if request

Defence Minister Roberta Pinotti said Wednesday that Italy would let the United States use its bases for strikes against ISIS in Libya if requested. However, she also stressed that Italy has not been involved so far in any way in the US strikes against ISIS.

Aug 03 06:16

From 'Bring It On' to 'Period of Reflection': Will Britain Ever Brexit?

It's now a full five weeks since the UK voted to leave the EU. And guess what? Article 50 - the formal mechanism for exiting the European Union - has not yet been invoked.

Suspicions are growing all the time that the government, for all its "Brexit Means Brexit" talk, is planning to kick the UK's exit from the EU into the long grass. Last week, we were told that the government does not intend to trigger Article 50 in 2016.

Aug 03 06:15

After recognizing Crimea, Italian party announces exit from the EU

Italian party "Northern League" is the first political force in the EU to recognize Crimea as Russian. Its head, a member of the European Parliament Matteo Salvini talked about the thoughts of Italians about Brexit, the dictate of Brussels and Washington and the threat of terrorism coming from Libya.

According to Izvestia, the Italian party "Northern League" is the first political force in the EU to recognize Crimea as Russian. The party is rapidly gaining popularity.

Aug 03 06:14

Send Royal Navy to guard Gibraltar during Brexit talks, says MoD adviser

Britain must be prepared to reinforce Gibraltar with warships ahead of Brexit negotiations in a bid to ward off Spanish designs on the Mediterranean colony, according to one adviser.

Aug 02 19:06

EU demands Britain pays pensions of 1,730 Eurocrats in wake of Brexit vote

Brussels has estimated its pensions liability at €60 billion (£50.7 billion) for all retired and current officials, with annual payments currently at about €1.4 billion (£1.2 billion).

Some 1,730 Britons currently make up almost 8 per cent of the 22,000 retired EU officials.

The UK insists it cannot be held responsible for Eurocrat pensions which, it says, are the responsibility of EU institutions.

But EU officials say Britain would be expected to pay its part of the EU's pension promises when it finally quits the EU.

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