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Sep 19 15:52

Thousands of migrants flee Greek refugee camp 'after setting fire to it'

Around 4,000 asylum seekers have escaped the camp in the Aegean island of Lesbos.

The blaze at the Moria camp has left a trail of destruction including damaged tents and housing units.

A police source said there was "no doubt" the fire that ripped through the facility had been started by a number of migrants who lived there.

Sep 19 15:21

U.S. Allies 'Volunteer' To Share (Implausible) Blame For Deir Ezzor Attack

The Syrian government now says some 82 soldiers were killed in the attack which also destroyed 3 T-72 tanks, 3 infantry fighting vehicles, an anti-aircraft gun and at least 4 mortars. Following the attack the Islamic State troops stormed the Syrian government position on the Jabal Thardeh hill. They are now able to harass the airport of Deir Ezzor, the only supply line for the ISIS besieged city and the 150,000+ civilians living there under government protection. We note that this was not the first U.S. attack on Syrian government forces in Deir Ezzor. Back in December 3 Syrian soldiers were killed in an air raid. In June a U.S. air attack on Manbij killed some 100 civilians. No U.S. attack on any ISIS target in Syria ever came near such casualty numbers.

Sep 19 09:56

"There's No Turning Back!" Swedish TV Ad Says Swedes Must Accept Multiculturalism

Swedes need to give up their identity and *they* must integrate with migrants because "being Swedish needs to be about more than skin color and place of birth."

In this new TV advert from Swedish charity organization "IM," Swedes are called on to create "Det Nya Landet," or "The New Country," which appears to just be Africa with some Muslims and one Asian dude.

The ad says the onus is not just on "new Swedes who need to integrate," but "everyone needs to be integrated, established Swedes too," meaning old people.

Sep 19 09:04

Migrant youths' reign of terror OVER as vigilantes attack thugs in shocking footage

OUTRAGED locals who say they have been terrorised by migrant thugs for months have taken matters into their own hands to stop the gang.

In violent footage citizens-turned-vigilantes can be seen attacking the group of mostly Turkish youths who are said to have been wreaking havoc in the city of Zaandam in the Netherlands.

The brutal clash was sparked after the youths have continually threatened, intimidated and beaten up citizens and police officers alike.

Sep 19 07:13

Cardinal Schönborn defends 'Islamic conquest' warning

Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schönborn has sought to clarify a recent controversial statement he made during a church festival, in which he suggested that Europe risks falling victim to an “Islamic conquest”.

Sep 19 07:13

'We CANNOT cope' Theresa May heads to New York to demand action from UN on migrant crisis

THERESA May will today demand urgent global action to tackle the European migrant crisis following intensifying fears that the EU cannot cope with the mass influx.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

My suggestion: The UN should stop all these US wars of conquest that have made those people refugees in the first place.

Sep 19 07:12

Top NATO Chief Says Balkans Threatened by Islamic Terrorism, Russian Influence

Chairman of NATO Military Committee General Petr Pavel has claimed at the alliance’s conference in Croatia that the Balkans are “far from stable,” saying that the region is both threatened by Islamic terrorism and Russian influence.

Pavel, who became the first committee chief from the former Eastern bloc, said that the military alliance should be able to deter opponents and defend the members of NATO, Croatian HINA news agency reported.

"NATO must have the ability, strength and resources to distract opponents and defend its members against any threat," he said at a press briefing in Split on Saturday following a conference of the Military Committee of NATO.

Sep 18 13:01

Actress Kimberlin Brown : Business Women for Trump

“One third of small businesses are owned by women…

“To the 9.5 million women business owners, who employ about 8 million workers, adding value about 1.5 trillion dollars to our economy; I urge you to think about how important this election is for your future…

“Who do you think better understands your challenges ?

“A career Washington insider… OR A successful businessman who knows how to make a pay roll…?

Sep 18 12:56

If Trumps Wins, Hillary and Bill Clinton Go To Jail!

The gloves are off and Hillary is being pummeled. This is much more than death by a thousand cuts.

The events of the past week have made it clear that this is not only a fight for who becomes president.

Sep 18 12:50

Israel To Get 38 Billion Dollars US Aid Package — Good Idea ?

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UPI) — President Barack Obama‘s administration pledged the United States’ largest-ever military aid package to Israel on Wednesday — nearly $40 billion over 10 years.

Philip Giraldi joins today’s Liberty Report to break down the agreement and discuss whether it really does, as Rice claims, benefit US security.

A "memorandum of understanding" committing the US to providing $38 billion in military aid to Israel over the next ten years.

Sep 18 11:41

Video: How EU Policies Have Fueled Economic Stagnation

No nations in the European Union are experiencing a recovery, says economist Heiner Flassbeck.

Sep 18 09:50

YOU'VE CAUSED CHAOS! EU chief blames Angela Merkel for migrant crisis and ISIS attacks

EUROPEAN Union (EU) bosses have blamed Angela Merkel and her open-door policy for the migrant crisis and Islamic State (ISIS) terror attacks on the continent.

Sep 18 09:39

Brexit could be pushed back until 2019: report

The British newspaper The Sunday Times has reported that officials are warning of a potential delay in the UK's leaving the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to kick-start negotiations soon.

Sep 18 09:36

George Soros: A psychopath’s psychopath

According to Soros, Russia’s strategy is to “avoid collapse by making the EU implode first – by exacerbating the migration crisis and stoking Islamophobia”.

On February 11, the Guardian ran an article by George Soros which had run a day earlier here entitled “Putin is a bigger threat to Europe’s existence than Isis.”

After a quick check of my vital signs, I confirmed that I was indeed awake and the article was real and in the Guardian not The Onion. Before I look at the tissue of untruths which make up the substance of Soros’ article, a few general words about psychopaths are in order.

Sep 18 09:35

Visegrad Group of EU states 'could veto Brexit deal'

Hungary, Poland, Czechia and Slovakia have said they're ready to veto any Brexit deal that would limit their citizens' rights to work in the UK. Article 50, which will begin the process, has yet to be triggered.

Sep 17 14:23

Slovakia's Fico says sanctions have been ineffective while harming European Union and member Slovakia's economic interests

Ukraine is doing less than Russia to meet its obligations under the Minsk peace plan, Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Saturday, stepping up calls for the European Union to end sanctions against Moscow. Fico said sanctions have been ineffective while harming European Union and member Slovakia's economic interests. But added he would respect EU solidarity on the issue... Fico has repeatedly called for the end of the sanctions, most recently after meeting President Vladimir Putin in Moscow in August. Fico said on Saturday the sanctions had done nothing to change Russian policy. "Sanctions are harming the EU and Russia and they help the United States. I reject them but at the same time I won't break the unity of the EU on that," he said. The central European country imports almost all its gas and oil from Russia, as well as nuclear fuel to generate two power plants. Some neighboring countries have also questioned the use of sanctions on Russia.

Sep 17 13:50

Renzi rocks Merkel’s boat

Angela Merkel arrived at the Bratislava summit of the EU27 Friday morning with one overarching goal — to present the world a broad display of European unity... What started as an amicable affair, with leaders sticking almost word-for-word to carefully phrased talking points about the need for compromise and unity, ended in discord with Italy’s Matteo Renzi expressing disappointment at the outcome. “I’m not satisfied with the conclusions,” he said. “I’m not one of those who tell people after a summit that everything will be all right and that the roses are going to flourish.” Renzi gave voice to what many, both inside and outside the summit, viewed as Merkel’s quixotic attempt to achieve unity while skirting the most controversial issues facing the EU — the refugee crisis and the bloc’s German-inspired fiscal strictures.

Sep 17 13:45

9/11: 15 Years Of A Transparent Lie — Paul Craig Roberts

There are many conspiracy theories about 9/11. The US government’s own expanation of 9/11 is a conspiracy theory in which a few Saudi Arabians outwitted the American national security state. Little doubt that many of the more imaginative conspiracy theories were created for the purpose of stigmatizing any skepticism, no matter how well reasoned and supported, of the official story.

These groups of qualified and experienced people say that the official story of 9/11 is false.

Sep 17 13:11

FBI grilled over handling of Clinton investigation

As lawmakers continued to probe Hillary Clinton’s private email use, the aide who set up the service declined to appear before the House committee. FBI officials had to be given a summons to produce documents on the investigation.

On Tuesday, the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee summoned contractors and former State Department officials who set up and maintained Clinton’s email servers and mobile devices. However, the key Clinton aide, Bryan Pagliano, did not show up for the hearing, pleading Fifth Amendment protections against self-incrimination.

The afternoon before, the committee dressed down FBI’s Acting Assistant Director for Congressional Affairs Jason Herring, who was at pains to explain his absence from a major meeting last week and the bureau’s reluctance to hand over unredacted investigation documents.

Sep 17 11:10

George Friedman: Italy Is the Mother of All Systemic Threats

Italy has been in a crisis for at least eight months, though mainstream media did not recognize it until July. This crisis has nothing to do with Brexit, although opponents of Brexit will claim it does. Even if Britain had voted to stay in the EU, the Italian crisis would still have been gathering speed.

The high level of non-performing loans (NPLs) has been a problem since before Brexit. It is clear that there is nothing in the Italian economy that can reduce them. Only a dramatic improvement in the economy would make it possible to repay these loans. And Europe’s economy cannot improve drastically enough to help. We have been in crisis for quite a while.

Banks were simply carrying loans as non-performing that were actually in default and discounting the NPLs rather than writing them off. But that only hid the obvious. As much as 17 percent of Italy’s loans will not be repaid. This will crush Italian banks' balance sheets. And this will not only be in Italy.

Sep 17 09:55

Bratislava Summit: The Beginning of the End of the EU?

In Bratislava, an informal summit of the European Union is opening, the first in which Great Britain will not participate, having already announced its intention to withdraw from the EU. British Prime Minister Theresa May was not even invited to Bratislava. However, concrete negotiation strategies with the United Kingdom will not be discussed in Bratislava, since London has not yet exited the EU by employing Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. The meeting is being held in Slovakia, which holds the position of EU chairman according to rotation. Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico has stated that the summit will diagnose the “state of health of the EU” after the victory of Eurosceptics in the UK referendum and “prescribe treatment for its illnesses.” EU leaders have set before themselves the task of “restoring a sense of political unity” in the run up to the Rome Summit in March 2017 dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the establishment of the European Community - the forerunner of the EU.

Sep 17 09:44

YOU'VE GONE TOO FAR: Eastern Europe makes five demands to block EU superstate

THE European Union appeared more fractured than ever today after a powerful group of eastern states laid down a series of demands over migration and the economy.

Members of the influential Visegrad group, which comprises of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, rejected migrant quotas and blasted the overbearing EU Commission with an incendiary ultimatum.

Sep 17 09:37

United States of Europe in just 9 MONTHS! The JUNCKER PLAN revealed in 12-month EU roadmap

JEAN-CLAUDE Juncker has unveiled a five-point federalist roadmap designed to move the EU further towards becoming a United States of Europe within nine months.

The Brussels boss advocates the creation of an EU army, coastguard and the merging of eurozone economies in the bombshell dossier presented to leaders at today's summit in Bratislava.

Arch-federalist Mr Juncker wants all of his ambitious reforms carried out by June next year at the latest, meaning the bloc will have changed beyond all recognition long before Britain officially quits.

Sep 17 09:35

UK to BLOCK hated EU army plan in final blow to Juncker’s Brussels superstate plot

BRITAIN is set to veto Jean-Claude Juncker’s plan for an EU army in a parting shot as Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said there can be no rival to NATO.

Sep 17 07:17

Draghi Cannot Admit He is Wrong

Sep 17 02:31

Entangling of Montenegro in NATO inadmissible, says Serbian politician

the leader of the Serbian Popular Party, Nenad Popovic, said on Friday in an interview with TASS. "The fact that the authorities of Montenegro are pushing their country into NATO against people’s will is simply inadmissible. Montenegro went through NATO bombings in 1999 and I’m confident more than 90 percent people there are against NATO membership, and that’s why the government in Podgorica is fearful of holding a referendum on the issue. Throughout its history, Montenegro has been Russia’s ally. And look, right now the Montenegrin authorities have introduced sanctions against Russia — in contradiction to the will of the people. Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Dukanovic is seeking to destroy the collective memory of the people in that country. He wants the nation to forget NATO bombings, to forget that Russia has always been Montenegro’s closest friend.

Sep 16 09:53

Economic costs of Middle East wars exceptionally high: IMF study

Armed conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa are not only devastating the economies gripped by fighting, but are sapping growth in neighboring countries and those hosting millions of refugees, the International Monetary Fund said Friday.

In a new study analyzing 179 conflict countries since 1970 to quantify economic costs, the IMF found that the drops in economic output in war-torn Syria, Libya and Yemen in recent years have far exceeded the worldwide average.

Sep 16 08:32

Greek Economic Reforms Socially Oriented, Exclude Radical Measures

The program of reforms being implemented in Greece excludes radical austerity measures in order to avoid escalation of tensions inside the country, Speaker of the Hellenic Parliament Nikolaos Voutsis told Sputnik.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"No, no, no, no, NO! You crush them! Starve them! Take all their wealth and give it to US!" -- Brussels Spouts

Sep 16 08:29

EU Bail In Rules Ignored By Italy – Mother Of All Systemic Threats and World War?

Italy has been in a crisis for at least eight months, though mainstream media did not recognize it until July. This crisis has nothing to do with Brexit, although opponents of Brexit will claim it does. Even if Britain had voted to stay in the EU, the Italian crisis would still have been gathering speed.

Sep 16 08:17

SWEDEN SAYS NO TO NATO MEMBERSHIP

Despite the fact that the Swedish government earlier this year decided to sign the Host Nation Support Agreement with NATO, they have come out and made it clear that NATO membership will not be pursued.

Sep 16 07:58

Hungary Parliament Speaker Slams EU Pressure to Adopt Migrant Quota System

"Countries that decide to accept refugees on their territory should not try redistributing these migrants by applying pressure, which is, in fact, equivalent to applying force…Every country should decide whether it stands to gain or to lose from migration," Kover said.

Sep 15 14:17

‘Turn them back’ Boris Johnson says migrant boats should be sent straight back to Libya

BORIS Johnson said boats full of migrants should be sent back to Libya to stop them from reaching Europe’s shores.

The Foreign Secretary said boats should be turned back as close to Libya as possible to stop migrants even attempting the crossing.

Mr Johnson said a European Union naval force deployed in the Mediterranean should prevent the boats from reaching Italy.

Sep 15 07:44

Perennial Police Problems: Swedish Cops Quitting in Droves

The Swedish police force, which has experienced a deep crisis exacerbated by underfunding and the raging migrant crisis, is plagued by severe staffing problems. If personnel loss persists at the current rate, Sweden could lose up to a fifth of its police force, which may render the Nordic country helpless against organized crime and terrorism.

Sep 15 07:43

George Soros Warns Europe: Accept Refugees Or Face Extinction

The refugee crisis in Europe was already pushing the European Union toward disintegration when, on June 23, it helped drive the British to vote to Brexit the EU. The refugee crisis and the Brexit calamity that it spawned have reinforced xenophobic, nationalist movements that will seek to win a series of upcoming votes - including national elections in France, the Netherlands, and Germany in 2017, a referendum in Hungary on the EU refugee policy on October 2, and a rerun of the Austrian presidential election on the same day.

Rather than uniting to resist this threat, EU member states have become increasingly unwilling to cooperate with one another. They pursue self-serving, beggar-thy-neighbor migration policies – such as building border fences – that further fragment the Union, seriously damage member states, and subvert global human-rights standards.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

George hits the panic button!

Sep 14 13:01

US prepares an Islamic army in Kosovo: there are at least 5 ISIS training camps in Kosovo

The US prepares a reserve echelon in the territory of its Kosovan enclave. But to secure strategic space, the Southern Serbian provinces may be separated. Given absolute apathy of authorities of the Republika Srpska this plan is inching closer to implementation. The goal of the Americans is clear: in case discontent Berlin ousts the US bases from Germany after all, Washington will have a ground in Kosovo. It's no secret that criminal and terrorist mayhem plagues in Kosovo under the patronage of the US... Former Commander of the French foreign legion in Kosovo General Jacques Ogar has recently confirmed to Pravda.Ru data obtained from confidential US sources that there are at least 5 ISIS training camps in Kosovo, which prepare suicide bombers and an army of Islamists to conquer Europe...

Sep 14 12:59

Instead of NATO? What for does EU create its army? EU creates its own 'army of milksops'

Brussels discusses creation of a European army, which will provide home and foreign security of the EU. According to a source in the European Commission, proposals which are contained in a joint document of the French and German Defence Ministers are being considered, as well as creation of a united army. In case the initiative is approved, the European military block may appear by 2018. The EU wants to defend the Schengen Area within the European defence union. Thus, a new command centre is to be created, which would secure operation of the military units, that is medical treatment, logistics, and joint use of military assets. 'There are military structures in the EU which govern peacekeeping operations, that is cooperate with the NATO. But taking into account that almost all of the EU driving forces are members of the NATO, that is the Alliance which is a 'military umbrella' for Europe'.

Sep 14 10:38

Juncker proposes EU military headquarters

The European Union needs a military headquarters to work towards a common military force, the Commission president has told MEPs in Strasbourg.

Jean-Claude Juncker said the lack of a "permanent structure" resulted in money being wasted on missions.

Sep 14 08:23

Desperate Juncker calls for unity as European Union faces COLLAPSE following Brexit vote

In what is tipped to be a controversial State of the Union speech today, European Commission President Jean Claude-Juncker will try and paper over the cracks of his crumbling empire.

Sep 14 08:22

EU big wigs 'to FORCE Marine Le Pen's National Front to repay European grants'

The financial rebate is the first overt crackdown against Eurosceptic parties within the Brussels bloc – but the EU chiefs are not revealing the exact rules Marine Le Pen’s party broke.

Sep 14 08:06

Refugees in Germany go on ‘vacation’ to war-torn homelands – report

Asylum seekers from Syria, Iraq and other war-torn states who are registered as refugees and receive social benefits in Germany do not hesitate to opt for a “vacation” in their war-ravaged countries, a German media report has discovered.

The information was unveiled by the outlet Die Welt am Sonntag, citing its own investigation. The inquiry included testimonies from registered asylum seekers in Germany who are entitled to so-called HARTZ-IV social benefits. Some of them confirmed to the newspaper that they “traveled for a short period of time back to countries like Syria, Afghanistan or Lebanon.”

Sep 13 16:30

Open Democracy? Brexit Negotiations May Be Kept So Secret Not Even Parliament Will Be Told

Until Article 50 is initiated and Britain officially begins the process of leaving the European Union, no news on Brexit negotiations will be disclosed to the public, MPs or peers – not even in private.

The announcement was made by Secretary of State for Leaving the EU David Davis, who told the House of Lords: “Clearly there is a need for Parliament to be informed without giving away our negotiating position. I may not be able to tell you everything, even in private hearings.”

Sep 13 15:21

Brexit minister defies Lords demand for vote on triggering Article 50

But appearing before the Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, Mr Davis said the outcome of the EU referendum had been clear and that a vote against invoking Article 50 would set Parliament against the people.

"The Government position is that it is an exercise of Crown Prerogative. The theory of it is the Crown represents the nation," he said.

"This is the only time that I am aware of in British history that the Crown Prerogative has been backed up by a 17.5 million vote mandate.

"A proposal that could put Parliament in opposition to the people over something as simple as this is an extraordinary one."

Mr Davis also issued a sharp warning to peers not to try to block the legislative changes that will be needed for Britain to leave the EU.

Sep 13 12:39

This is outright gas sliding

Fake polls and propaganda.

Continue to expose the sinister Hillary Clinton campaign for what it is: a wildly failed attempt by a handful of elites to seize power. They were hoping for a home run by rigging the corporate media, instead they’ve struck out – word of Hillary Clinton’s poor health and erratic behavior has gone mainstream, and will continue to do so.

Vicious warmongers in favor of surveillance, wars for profit, and centralized financial authorities.

Sep 13 11:44

Swedish Economist: Low Skilled Migrants a ‘Ticking Time Bomb’

Despite politicians’ insistence that migrants who poured into Sweden last year were highly educated and would be an economic boon, SEB economist Johan Javeus has warned that the newcomers are low skilled, and a “ticking time bomb” in the labour market.

The Scandinavian Individual Bank (SEB) economist warned that the lack of menial jobs combined with record high mass migration is a time bomb that could explode in time for the 2018 elections. Labour minister Ylva Johansson played down concerns, describing it as “a challenge that can be managed”.

In 2015, the difference in the unemployment rate among highly-educated Swedes and among foreign-born with only basic secondary education stood at a record level of more than 30 percentage points.

Noting the vast majority of new arrivals who entered during 2015 have very little education, Mr. Javeus told Svenska Dagbladet that the gap will continue to widen.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"...manageable", HOW, Labor Minister Johansson?!?

It's going to take an economic miracle to get these people fast-tracked in the Swedish language, and capable of competing for good jobs. And just how do you propose to do that, considering that the Swedish economy has been tepid, at best, for at least the first 2 quarters of 2016?!?

As Reported in focus-economics.com:

The Swedish economy has shifted into a lower gear this year, expanding at consistently lower rates than in 2015. The economy slowed to 0.3% growth in seasonally-adjusted quarterly terms in Q2, down from Q1’s 0.4%, according to preliminary data from Statistics Sweden. The main driver of the economic deceleration is the weakening external sector. Exports have lost momentum in 2016 and are likely to be further affected by the consequences of the Brexit vote. On the domestic side, declines in both industrial production and fixed investment are putting the brakes on the Nordic economy. Furthermore, the Economic Tendency Indicator, which summarizes how consumers and firms view the economy, fell in August. The decrease was mainly a consequence of less optimistic sentiment in the manufacturing industry, though retail and consumer indicators also dropped.

So, Labor Minister Johansson, just where is the money going to come from to fix, at a time when the Swedish economy is on a downward trend?!?

And if there is no money with which to fix this immigration crisis, what happens next, sir?!?

Sep 13 09:33

Exclude Hungary from EU, says Luxembourg's Asselborn

Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn has called for Hungary to be suspended or even expelled from the European Union because of its "massive violation" of EU fundamental values.

He cited the Budapest government's treatment of refugees, independence of the judiciary and freedom of the press.

"Hungary is not far away from issuing orders to open fire on refugees," he suggested.

Hungary said Mr Asselborn "could not be taken seriously".

Sep 13 08:34

Cost Of Brexit: Brits May Have To Fork Out For Europe Visas

British travelers may soon have to apply and pay for visas to visit Europe as a result of Brexit negotiations, a Tory MP has confirmed.

The scheme reportedly being debated by the executive body of the EU suggests the 26-nation, passport-free Schengen zone – which does not include the UK – could operate something similar to the American ‘ESTA’ visa waiver program.

Sep 13 08:18

Brexit bonus? Half of Calais migrants want to claim asylum in France rather than reach UK

HALF of the migrants living at the notorious Jungle camp in Calais want to stay in France and claim asylum rather than sneak into Britain, charities have revealed today.

Sep 13 08:18

Is Merkel about to form a new alliance with Baltics to plug Brexit power vacuum?

DESPERATE Angela Merkel could be looking to forge a new alliance with Baltic nations in a bid to cling on to power in the wake of Brexit.

Sep 13 08:16

Open democracy? Brexit negotiations may be kept so secret not even Parliament will be told

Until Article 50 is initiated and Britain officially begins the process of leaving the European Union, no news on Brexit negotiations will be disclosed to the public, MPs or peers – not even in private.

Sep 13 08:15

Greece wants Russia to invest in its coal industry

Athens has offered Russia’s Gazprom the opportunity to invest up to $900 million in the country’s coal industry, business daily Kommersant reports, citing its sources.

Sep 13 07:53

The Collapse of Europe – It’ll Be a While, But It’s Coming

According to the Daily Express “the European Union is fading away” while Germany’s Vice Chancellor Gabriel laments that “the European Union is going down the drain”. Obviously, a united Europe still has a lot of financial and bureaucratic strength and is likely to “present a united front” on global issues for years.

On the other hand, Real World “experts” laugh and say: “Go on, bury Gayrope, but be careful, who knows, maybe Siberia will break away while you’re peddling minor details, waiting for its demise.”

But when the people of the UK representing the fifth of the European economy decided (against their elite) to leave the EU, its head honchos realized that it needs “reform”.

Sep 13 07:52

‘I’m going to BURN EU flag’ Brit’s fury as she calls for Merkel to stand trial in Hague

Jenny from Milton Keynes said the first thing she would do when Theresa May liberated the UK from the red-tape obsessed officials was to take the Brussels' flag out in her front garden to set it alight.

She also said she wanted to burn the Maastricht treaty and everything else that has tied Britain to the EU.

A delighted Nigel Farage burst out laughing as he was left speechless by the woman’s passionate plea for UK to become a sovereign nation once more.

Sep 13 07:46

?zech Party Calls for Referendum on Country's Withdrawal From NATO

The Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, one of the most influential parties in the Czech Republic, is gathering signatures for a petition that would lead to the organization of a referendum on the country's withdrawal from NATO.

Sep 13 07:45

Southern European Countries Unite Against Brussels and Berlin

During the meeting, they will call for Brussels to change the EU economic strategy, including revising strict austerity measures and allowing independent trade policies for its members, the Russian newspaper Izvestia reported.

Southern European countries are also expected to address the migrant issue at the summit, according to the newspaper.

Sep 13 07:37

Merkel's Party Unable to Control Discontent 'It Has Caused' Among Public

The eurosceptic party "Alternative for Germany" (AfD) received 20.8% of the vote in regional parliamentary elections in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, ranking second ahead of Merkel's CDU party.

Sep 13 07:16

'How utterly useless is he?' Anger as Remainer Smith says he may even SCRAP POUND

LABOUR leadership candidate Owen Smith has said he would reapply to join the European Union if he was to be elected as prime minister in 2020.

Sep 13 07:06

House of Lords slams brakes on Brexit – saying Article 50 MUST be agreed by Parliament

A GROUP of unelected peers have today claimed Parliament must have a veto on when Theresa May triggers Brexit.

In a new report, the House of Lords’ Constitution Committee have demanded the Government should not invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - the formal process by which Britain will quit the bloc - without explicit parliamentary approval.

They claim it would be “constitutionally inappropriate” for the Prime Minister to proceed without the consent of MPs and peers.

Sep 12 16:40

Austria's presidential election re-run - following claims that it was RIGGED to stop anti-migrant candidate winning - is postponed because new postal ballots are faulty

A re-run of the Austrian presidential election has been postponed because the envelopes containing absentee postal ballots are faulty and cannot be sealed properly.

This follows the result of first election being overturned in July over claims the far-right leader Norbert Hofer had been blocked from the presidency.

Sep 12 15:20

EU bigwig in THREAT to Spain: The next government WILL have to enforce economic cutbacks

AN EU bigwig has warned Span that their budget problems "have not evaporated" in a extraordinary intervention, which undermined the country's sovereignty.

In a shocking concession Eurogroup boss Jeroen Dijsselbloem even said he would like to form the Spanish government himself to make sure it stuck to fiscal pledges.

Mr Dijsselbloem said: "Problems are still there, so they will have to face them and return to the right path."

Sep 12 13:13

The Collapse of Europe – It’ll Be a While, But It’s Coming

The EU has reached the point of no return. According to the Daily Express “the European Union is fading away” while Germany’s Vice Chancellor Gabriel laments that “the European Union is going down the drain”. Obviously, a united Europe still has a lot of financial and bureaucratic strength and is likely to “present a united front” on global issues for years. But when the people of the UK representing the fifth of the European economy decided (against their elite) to leave the EU, its head honchos realized that it needs “reform”. So we can talk bravely, not about the liquidation of Europe but about the fact that “noon” in the European Union has clearly passed. Paradoxically, the EU is a comfortable format for Europe’s competitive elements to try to force each other into submission. In other words, we’re witnessing a fight for advantage within the structure, but not for it.

Sep 12 11:32

Polish attorney suspected of spying for Russia to face trial on September 21

In May, Polish prosecutors filed espionage charges against Stanislaw Sz who worked as an attorney for a law firm, which serviced the construction of an LNG terminal in the Polish town of ?winouj?cie. If found guilty, he could face 15 years behind bars. The first stage into the Stanislaw Sz case was held on September 5 when an official indictment was read to the defendant and he himself was questioned. "The trial is to take place behind the closed doors because of its significance regarding state interests and also because some materials being used are classified," the court’s press secretary explained. Poland’s radio station, Zet said that the suspect was accused of collaborating with the main intelligence department of the Russian Armed Forces General Staff. According to journalists, the Polish Internal Security Agency detained Stanislaw Sz, who holds dual Polish-Russian citizenship, in October 2014.

Sep 12 11:07

Italy Just Banned Monsanto’s Top-Selling Herbicide From All Public Places

Waking Times Media

Italy just put massive restrictions on the use of Monsanto’s probably carcinogenic herbicide, RoundUp, just as studies suggesting it is more toxic than previously assumed come under public scrutiny.

Sep 12 06:56

Hundreds of thousands rally to push for Catalonia’s independence from Spain

Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets of five Catalan cities for rallies aimed at speeding up the process breakaway from Spain, local media reported.

Sep 12 06:55

French politicians mull ripping up EU budget rules

Nobody yet knows the winner of France's presidential election next year, but the smart money is on one loser: The three-percent cap on government deficits enshrined in eurozone rules.

Sep 12 06:38

ISIS Chainsaw Massacre Plot Revealed by 15yo Muslim Filmed Calling for Christians to be Killed

After a 15-year-old Muslim boy filmed calling for Christians to be annihilated was arrested in Belgium, he told police of an ISIS plot to massacre Christians with chainsaws at a shopping mall.

ISIS terrorists sliced nine youths in half with chainsaws late last month in Mosul, Iraq, so this is not mere conjecture.

Sep 12 01:25

Israeli Black Operations in the USA – Operation Honeypot

It is well known that the Israeli Mossad using their Sayanim network in the United States routinely engage in Black Operations (“Black Ops”) against US Citizens here in the United States.

They usually target anyone who they deem to be antithetical or non-supportive of Israeli domestic and foreign policy.

There is virtually no escape from this type of black op once a target has been selected.

They routinely target senators, congressmen, politicians, celebrities, CEOs, academics, intellectuals, journalists, diplomats, or anyone of relative importance in American society.

Sep 12 00:53

LEMOA – Logistics Exchange Memorandum Agreement Signed by India with the United States

LEMOA adversely impacts India, Asia, Africa, Eurasia and The Non–Aligned Movement

If this decision is not reversed by the Indian or the American people, the signing of these agreements will be another turning point in the political history of India already covertly overrun by Zionist financial and security companies and covert agencies.

Sep 11 12:56

Living Dangerously: The New NATO / Russia Arms Race in the Balkans

In October 2015, it was announced that the Pentagon would donate 16 M270 Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS) to the military of Croatia with strings attached: Croatia would have to buy rockets from the U.S. manufacturers. There was even talk of some of the rocket systems being re-designed to fire ballistic missiles, each missile coming with a hefty price tag of $2 million.[3] This further increases Croatia's dependence on the U.S.- produced heavy artillery as all its existing Russian-made rocket systems (inherited from the Yugoslav army), at least some of which were still in working order, will be scrapped. The Pentagon also promised Croatia 16 OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopters. They were to replace the Russian-made Mi-24s, which Croatia got rid of a decade ago when it was making final preparations for joining NATO. The first five of these helicopters were delivered to Croatia by the U.S.

Sep 11 07:23

'Unbelievable Disgrace': Austrian Election Delayed, 'Glue Failing to Stick on Postal Votes'

All the stops are being pulled out to prevent anti-immigration candidate Norbert Hofer from attaining the presidency in Austria.

Sep 10 11:40

A Political Hurricane is About to Sweep Across Europe

If you’ve been paying attention, you could see this coming a mile away. Although I’ve forecast huge political shifts in the West for years now, I made my strongest prediction on European changes late last year following the Paris terror attacks.

In the post, A Message to Europe – Prepare for Nationalism I wrote:

Actions have consequences, and people can only be pushed so far before they snap. I believe the Paris terror attacks will be a major catalyst that will ultimately usher in nationalist type governments in many parts of Europe, culminating in an end of the EU as we know it and a return to true nation-states. Although I think a return to regional government and democracy is what Europeans need and deserve, the way in which it will come about, and the types of governments we could see emerge, are unlikely to be particularly enlightened or democratic after the dust has settled.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Merkel's drubbing at the polls is a clear signal that the inhabitants of Europe want, very much, to take back their individual countries, thank you very much, and not suffer economically at the hands of an unelected bureaucracy in Brussels: and they are going to make that very clear to their leaders, come the next wave of elections in Europe.

Sep 10 10:14

Our FUTURE is at stake: PM urges Hungarians to ACT in referendum in anti-Brussels push

HUNGARY'S Prime Minister kicked off a huge anti-Brussels campaign drive today as he warned uncontrolled mass migration was threatening Europe's future.

Sep 10 10:13

It's a stitch-up! Nigel Farage furious at 'puerile' EU bid to control Brexit negotiations

BRUSSELS was accused of overseeing an anti-British stitch-up today after appointing two federalist chums as its chief Brexit negotiators.

Sep 10 10:06

What's the Link Between Ex EC President, Goldman Sachs and Greek Pensions?

Let's start with Greece, where perhaps more than any other country in Europe, pensions are a very sore point; they became one when Athens agreed to slash pensions and cut public spending to keep the Troika and EU bosses happy.

This was not a popular move in already austerity-hit Greece, prompting protests and road blocks around the country, since people had voted overwhelmingly against any further austerity measures imposed by the government.

Turning the clock back to when Greece joined the Eurozone in 2001, many claim the only reason sure it qualified for the Eurozone, was because US investment bank Goldman Sachs massaged Greece's accounts and hid a lot of the country's debt.

In an interview with Sputnik at the height of the financial crisis in Greece in 2015, Alexander Douglas, lecturer in the philosophy of economics at University of London, said Greece's debt is "morally and politically different," to other debt laden countries.

Why?

Sep 10 09:53

A Political Hurricane is About to Sweep Across Europe

Actions have consequences, and people can only be pushed so far before they snap. I believe the Paris terror attacks will be a major catalyst that will ultimately usher in nationalist type governments in many parts of Europe, culminating in an end of the EU as we know it and a return to true nation-states. Although I think a return to regional government and democracy is what Europeans need and deserve, the way in which it will come about, and the types of governments we could see emerge, are unlikely to be particularly enlightened or democratic after the dust has settled.

Sep 10 09:47

Ukraine's President Warns Of European Appeasement Of Russia

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has warned European allies against the dangers of appeasement in the face of "Russian aggression."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Says the man who stole Ukraine!

Sep 09 13:03

Is Putin a Lousy Dancer?

A lousy dancer blames the uneven floor, and Mme Clinton had proven to be an unexpectedly lousy dancer in the competition for the presidency against the blundering New York tycoon. We would expect her to win or lose graciously, as befits a former First Lady, but gosh, she is clumsy – and blames her lack of grace on poor Mr Putin.

Caesar was renowned for his multitasking; he could dictate seven letters at once, wrote Pliny. But even Caesar lookalike Putin can’t play the role prepared for him by Ms Clinton and other mainstream Western politicians, that is to bear blame for all their shortcomings.

Sep 09 10:31

Rift Appears Within NATO Over the Bloc's Provocative Policy Toward Russia

NATO is taking every effort to justify its raison d'etre. However, the Alliance's saber-rattling on Russia's doorstep is triggering deep concern and anxiety among its members. Although "the marriage of interests" still holds, cracks are appearing among the bloc's members.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

NATO European leaders understand full well that the US is looking for some kind of an excuse to exploit to start a "hot" war against Russia, through which it believes it can rescue its tanking economy.

NATO European leaders have had a ringside seat to wars on their very front lawns; they do not want to see that happen ever, again.

NATO leadership, which continually whines and moans about alleged "Russian aggression", is completely out of touch with its member states, and all parties need to sit down, and plot a rational, sane course for NATO's future which does not involve spoiling for a fight with Russia.

Unfortunately, the Obama Administration may just not allow that to happen.

If internal White House and DNC polls demonstrate that Trump is going to cream Clinton in the November elections, the US government may well do something to provoke a war against Russia, even before Trump can take the Oath of Office in January.

Sep 09 07:41

"Exciting Step Forward" - Helicopter Drop Of Debit Cards For Refugees In Turkey

The largest ever humanitarian program in the history of the EU, is now underway in Turkey. The humanitarian effort comes in the form of a $393 million helicopter drop of debit cards and cash to refugees in Turkey as part of Angela Merkel's 'Migration Deal'.

Sep 09 06:26

Netanyahu is a war criminal, says former Dutch PM

The era of “unconditional friendship” between Israel and the Netherlands is over, the Dutch right-wing newspaper De Telegraaf reported as Benjamin Netanyahu faced vocal protests during a two-day visit to the country this week to discuss economic cooperation.

In one striking moment captured on video, Dutch MP Tunahan Kuzu refused to shake hands with the Israeli prime minister during a meeting with lawmakers:

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Netanyahu's response was to claim the MP is just being an anti-Semite. Actually, he was being anti-Asshole, and there is a difference!

Sep 09 05:57

Pinatel interview, Part one: If Europe and Russia were allied, they would challenge US world hegemony

Figarovox/big interview -- after the misfired coup d'Etat in Turkey, Erdogan is making overtures to Putin while Moscow and Washington seem to have found some equilibrium in Syria. For General Pinatel, the European countries should pay attention to this new state of affairs.

Sep 08 15:03

Dutch MP Accused Of Anti-Semitism For Refusal To Shake Netanyahu’s Hand

Tunahan Kuzu, the Dutch member of parliament who refused to shake hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has rejected claims from the local media that his behavior was anti-Semitic. The Istanbul-born former Labour Party politician refused Netanyahu’s outstretched hand in the Netherlands on Wednesday

Sep 08 08:04

South Korea trade deal cited by EU as landmark trade policy slammed as bungled mess

BUNGLING EU negotiators want to re-write the Union's biggest free-trade deal because of a major cock-up set to cripple European aerospace firms.

Sep 08 08:03

Good News for the People of Europe: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Is Dead. Negotiations have Failed.

The German Minister of Economy and Vice-Chancellor, Mr. Sigmar Gabriel, a few days ago has declared that the European Union should not submit to the demands of the United States, referring to the negotiations on the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investments Partnership). He said the negotiations failed. By saying so, he joined French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, as well as French Secretary of State for External Trade, Mr. Matthias Fekl.

Negotiations started in 2013. After 14 ‘rounds’ of talks dealing with 27 points, no agreement has been reached, none whatsoever, leading to the conclusion that the deal is dead. Even though Mme. Merkel defended the treaty with all her heart up to the end of July 2016, both Germany and France now request a definite end to the negotiations.

Sep 08 07:40

UN says Austria risks breaking 'taboo' on refugees

The UN refugee agency has warned that Austria is in danger of breaking a decades-old tradition of helping those in need, after Vienna moved a step closer to potentially shutting its borders to migrants.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Apparently the UN, which has championed the "cause" of human-caused global warming, doesn't understand how much heat is generated moving the entire human population around the planet! :)

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