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Oct 10 15:09

Spain’s Turmoil And Europe’s Crisis

The current chaos devouring Spain’s Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) has mixed elements of farce and tragedy. However, the issues roiling Spanish politics reflect a general crisis in the European Union (EU) and a sober warning to the continent: Europe’s 500 million people need answers, and the old formulas are not working.

Oct 07 14:25

Major Brexit Court Challenge Could Declare Article 50 Plans Undemocratic, Illegal

The government is to face a major legal challenge to its Brexit policy next week when ministers will be accused of bypassing democracy if it triggers Article 50 without parliamentary consent.

The Times newspaper has seen a draft legal argument which accuses the government of acting unconstitutionally by over-extending the use of royal prerogative, a power which enables ministers to make decisions without a vote in parliament.

Oct 07 09:00

European Banks in the Eye of the Storm

Oct 07 08:41

Beginning Of The End Of The EU Nazi 4th Reich Game-Plan? Theresa May On #Brexit

The British Prime Minister says the UK will forge a unique relationship with the European Union after formally leaving the bloc.

Oct 07 08:36

Schengen OVER? EU officials FINALLY cave in to pressure and establish new ‘border force’

Some 26 nations within the 28 nation bloc have suspended passport-free travel between EU countries – threatening one of the key principles which the failing superstate is based upon.

Bulgarian prime minister Boyko Borissov dubbed the EU's borders as a "yard with a broken fence" and urged for new patrols to bring stability back to the crumbling bloc.

Oct 07 08:23

EU finally gets its own ARMED force as Brussels ‘private army’ border guard launches

BRUSSELS has finally realised its long-held dream of having its own armed and lethal police force with the low-key launch of a centralised EU border guard this week.

Oct 07 06:47

Merkel, Hollande Talk Tough on Brexit Despite Facing Growing Opposition

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande have both warned Britain that any negotiations over Brexit must allow for freedom of movement of people, despite that very freedom leading to rising opposition to both leaders who face difficult elections in 2017.

Oct 07 06:47

French Senate to Urge European Parliaments to Lift Anti-Russian Sanctions

France's upper house of parliament, the Senate, would continue its efforts aimed at lifting the sanctions imposed against Russia, discussing the issue with the parliaments of other European states, a French senator said Friday.

"You have had a keen eye for the fact that the French Senate is moving toward lifting sanctions and I am sending you a message that it would be actively engaged in these activities not only in France, but through a parliamentary dialogue with all European countries," Jean Bizet said at a meeting in the upper house of the Russian parliament, the Federation Council.

Oct 07 06:29

EU branded ‘disgrace’ for giving Afghanistan £11BN in aid as it promises to take migrants

THE European Union (EU) has been blasted as an “absolute disgrace” after they were accused of forcing Afghanistan to take back tens of thousands of migrants in return for a billion pound aid pledge.

Oct 06 21:08

Global Firepower

Analysis of conventional war-making power of 125 countries based on weapons,resources,manpower,finances ect.

Oct 06 17:55

Angela Merkel says Britain CANNOT be given access to the EU market if it limits immigration as it will lead to a 'free-for-all' in Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Britain cannot be given access to the European Union's internal market if it limits immigration, as it would lead to a free-for-all in Europe.

Oct 06 14:10

German Protesters: Send Merkel to Siberia and Putin to Berlin

On October 3, Germany celebrated the anniversary of its reunification. The official celebration took place in the Dresden Semperoper. However, the "day of joy and gratitude," the term that German Chancellor Angela Merkel used to describe the landmark event, turned out to be far from joyful. On their way to the celebration, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and German President Joachim Gauck were insulted by supporters of the far-right PEGIDA movement, German media reported. The protesters called the country's leaders "traitors," chanting slogans like "Merkel has to go" or "Merkel to Siberia, Putin to Berlin." Although, Monday was supposed to mark 26 years since the reunification of Germany, unity didn't seem to be in sight on the day...

Oct 06 13:41

Assad says Europe is absent from political map

Europe is absent from the international scene as a political force now, as it is fully toeing the line of the US, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad told Denmark's TV2 channel on Thursday. "It is about the whole Europe now being absent from the political map, at least since 2003, after the invasion of Iraq just because they had to follow the Americans," Assad said, adding that some European countries even "do not dare to take their own independent path in politics." The president also noted that European peoples are not Syria’s enemies. However, in his view, it is necessary to differentiate between the peoples and the policy pursued by the governments in their countries.

Oct 06 09:27

EU Demands British Press Stop Pointing Out Muslim Terrorists Are Muslims

Pointing out Muslims are responsible for acts of Islamic terrorism in Europe is causing a rise in anti-Muslim sentiment, therefor newspapers should hide the fact the terrorists are Muslims.

Oct 06 07:32

The New 'Too Big To Fail' - EU Proposes Taxpayer-Funded Derivatives System Bailout

It would appear the powers-that-be have just stumbled on to the ugly fact that all the bailed-in depositor money in the world won't stop the novated, rehypothecated, collateral chain collapse contagion that Deutsche Bank's $40 trillion-plus derivatives book's Damocles sword hangs over the status quo. However, being the problem-solving types, the European technocrats have a 'fair-share' solution - back a derivative clearing-house with taxpayer money to solve the new too-biggest-to-fail problem "that no one saw coming."

While the "rules" right nbow are that everyone from shareholders, bondholders, and depositors alike on up the capital structure are supposedly "bailed-in" to save an ailing bank, this problem is just way too big.

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Oct 06 06:39

‘EU responsible for chaos in Syria' - France's Marine Le Pen

Marine Le Pen, leader of France’s National Front party, has accused the European Union of being responsible for the ongoing chaos in Syria. She added the EU has been too busy trying to overthrow Assad while Russia was actually fighting terrorists.

“You’ve done everything to bring down the government of Syria, throwing the country into a terrible civil war, while accusing Russia which is actually fighting Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL],” the right wing party leader and France’s presidential candidate said, speaking at the European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg on Wednesday.

Oct 05 20:47

GERMAN FINANCIAL CHAOS: Deutsche downgrades Commerzbank as bosses cut nearly 10,000 jobs

DEUTSCHE Bank has downgraded Commerzbank days after bosses announced 9,600 job losses and nervous investors questioned the outlook of the European Central Bank’s bond-buying programme.

Commerzbank’s securities fell by as much as 0.7 percent to 5.77 euros today as analysts at Deutsche Bank classified the title from "Buy" back to "Hold", and reduced the price target from 9 to 6 euros.

Oct 05 19:13

Now for NEXIT? Dutch 'turn to the right' as eurosceptic Geert Wilders soars in polls

HOLLAND is set to make a "decisive turn to the right" in a move which could lead to it following Britain out of the European Union, a prominent Dutch commentator has said.

Political expert Tom-Jan Meeus said euroscepticism is booming in the traditionally liberal country and predicted that right-wing candidate Geert Wilders could become its next leader.

And he said that a huge amount will hinge on the outcome of the US Presidential election next month, with a vote for Donald Trump likely to embolden ultra conservatives in the Netherlands.

Oct 05 18:47

The end for Donald Tusk? Polish criminal probe threatens EU presidential run

Mr Tusk is facing a potential criminal probe in his home country after he became embroiled in a scandal relating to a plane crash during commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre.

The crash, in Smolensk, Russia in April 2010, killed 96 people including former president President Lech Kaczy?ski and his wife, the president of Poland’s central bank, as well as notable political and military figures.

Current president Jaros?aw Kaczy?ski, the twin brother of the popular former president, believes criminal charges could be filed against Mr Tusk over the crash.

Oct 05 12:14

EU Orders British Press Not To Reveal When Terrorists Are Muslims

A report from the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) found there was an increase in hate speech and racist violence in the UK from 2009 to March 2016.

Blaming the press, ECRI Chair Christian Ahlund, said: “It is no coincidence that racist violence is on the rise in the UK at the same time as we see worrying examples of intolerance and hate speech in the newspapers, online and even among politicians.”

Oct 05 10:26

Refugees and the Iran Deal

Oct 04 16:14

Bank of Ireland shuts down anti-Israel BDS accounts

The termination of the pro-BDS group’s accounts took place in Ireland and Northern Ireland in late September according to the Irish news outlet RTÉ.

Oct 04 08:32

Busted Brothel-Owning Birmingham Pensioner Claims He Lent Millions In Profits To Greek PM

A pensioner who is thought to have made millions of pounds running a brothel in Birmingham claims he lent all his money to the Greek government to help the country out of their financial crisis.

Achilleos Neophytou is said to have earned £7 million ($8.9 million) operating a sex parlor called the Libra Club in Birmingham, where up to 200 professionals visited every day.

Oct 04 06:15

US, UK, France, Italy, Germany to meet Weds on Syria: Germany

Senior officials from the United States, Britain, France, Italy and Germany are to meet in Berlin Wednesday to try to find ways to resolve the conflict in Syria, a German foreign ministry official said, confirming a story in the Tagesspiegel daily.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note that neither Syria nor Russia are invited to this meeting, which means the topic under discussion is outright invasion to remove Assad.

Oct 04 05:45

Bernie Sanders Comments On Clintons Getting $1 Million From Deutsche Bank

"The business model of the largest banking institutions around the world - from Wells Fargo To Deutsche Bank - is Fraud," exclaimed Bernie Sanders, after being asked whether Hillary Clinton should return the $1 million she received from Deutsche - ":a fraudulent business."

Sanders also added that The Clinton Foundation's donations "raised serious questions" with regard the relationship to the prospective president.

Yes he dodged the question, but still, not exactly vote-inspiring stuff.

Oct 04 05:43

Most Important EU Bank Collapsing: Deutsche “Entering Death Spiral, Impossible to Stop”

Derivatives… their collapse is absolutely inevitable. It’s a gamble on global destruction that is almost mathematically certain to take place, someday. Until then, it’s a house of cards. How badly will Deutsche Bank’s dilemma prove to be, and how much will it cost European taxpayers to stop the global economic system from teetering over the edge? No one can say.

But it is entirely clear that the system is not stable, and the world remains at great risk. All the pep talk within the official circles has proven to be meaningless; the next phase approaches. It is happening.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The system never was stable to begin with. Private Central Banks, by design, create more debt than money with which to pay that debt, until the debt crushes the system.

Oct 04 05:10

Deutsche Bank “Is Probably Insolvent”

The 2015 annual report for Deutsche Bank runs to some 448 pages, so one rather doubts if even its CEO, John Cryan, has read it all, or has a complete grasp of, for example, its €42 trillion in total notional derivatives exposure.

Oct 04 04:59

‘Are 70% really not fit to travel?’ German doctors accused of helping migrants avoid deporting

Oct 03 10:56

Greek Police Fire Tear Gas, Use Pepper Spray On Protesting Pensioners

Familiar scenes returned to Athens today, when Greek police fired teargas at a demonstration of pensioners protesting over cutbacks to their benefits, part of an austerity drive dictated by the Troika (or was it Quadriga). Between 1,500 and 2,0000 pensioners attempted to march to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's office, however they were blocked when riot police blocked their path, intercepting them with pepper spray and tear gas.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looking at the way the Greek government screwed over its citizens with these austerity moves, this protest may well not be the last we will see here.

Oct 03 10:22

The Cowardly BRICS Bank Nations (Except Russia)

It seems that with every single day, both the Mainstream and Alternative Media are reporting more and more innocent men, women, children, and little babies being blown to bits by bombs and artillery, or drowning somewhere off the coast in some remote ocean off of North Africa or Southern Europe on their way to flee from the bombed out desperation and horror of NATO’s carpet bombing of Libya, or from Western Intelligence and Saudi Arabia/Turkey/Israel’s proxy group ISIS, and their collective attacks on Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and the Kurds.

With each and every additional single day of this mindless bloodshed, the world watches and wonders why it is being allowed to continue.

Oct 03 09:45

German Politician to Sputnik: 'US Pulling Us Into Abyss of War in Middle East'

How has the situation on the ground in Syria changed after a year of Russian military involvement? Speaking to Sputnik, veteran German politician Willy Wimmer suggested that it has demonstrated that Russia is the only major power ready to seriously fight terrorism, and to call for an end to a war which risks spreading across the region.

Oct 03 09:40

98% Of Hungarian Voters Reject Migrant Quotas, But It Was Not Enough

Almost all Hungarians who voted in Sunday's referendum rejected the European Union's migrant quota. The National Election Office said on its website that 98.3% of those who voted had rejected the quotas with 99.97% of votes counted. However, it was not enough, because as noted previously, turnout was too low to make the poll valid, frustrating Prime Minister Viktor Orban's hopes of a clear victory with which to challenge Brussels.

Oct 02 15:06

Queen of Denmark: 'I Would Not Say We Are a Multicultural Country'

While the European monarchs have remained silent as their countries are being destroyed as a result of the migrant crisis, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is taking a stand.

While SPIEGEL notes she "makes a point of not discussing politics," Queen Margrethe II must have seen like the rest of us the dire need to oppose the existential threat posed by mass Third World immigration.

Oct 02 10:07

Erdogan Criticizes Lausanne Treaty: ‘We Gave Away the Greek Islands’

In the treaty, Modern Turkey gave up claims to the remainder of the Ottoman Empire and, in return the Allies recognized Turkish sovereignty within its new borders. “They (threatened) us with Sevres in 1920 and persuaded us to accept Lausanne in 1923. Some tried to deceive us by presenting Lausanne as a victory. At Lausanne, we gave away the (Greek) islands that you could shout across to,” said Erdogan on Thursday at his 27th gathering of village chiefs in Ankara. “We are still struggling about what the continental shelf will be and what will be in the air and land. The reason for this is due to those who sat at the table during that treaty. Those who sat there did not do us justice and we are reaping those troubles right now. If the (recent) coup had succeeded, they would have given us a treaty that would have made us long for Sevres.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Is Erdogan crazy enough to invade Greece? Why not wait for the EU collapse and buy Greece during the bankruptcy sale?

Oct 02 09:51

Deutsche Bank Charged By Italy For Market Manipulation, Creating False Accounts

One day after Deutsche Bank stock soared from all time lows, on the back of what so far appears to have been a fabricated report sourced by AFP which relied on Twitter to "inform it" that the DOJ would reduce its RMBS settlement with the German Lender, today Bloomberg reported that Deutsche Bank and six of its managers were charged in Milan for colluding to falsify the accounts of Italy’s third-biggest bank and manipulate the market.

Oct 02 09:42

Invader: “I Came to F**k the Women”

A rejected “asylum seeker” from Algeria living in Austria, on trial for an attempted rape in Linz, has told the court that he only came to Europe to “f**k the women.”

It has not proven possible to deport the criminal because Algeria has no extradition agreement with Austria, and the invader is now being “tested for insanity,” the court was also told.

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Oct 02 09:39

Top ex-bankers indicted in Italy over derivatives scandal

The accused in the trial due to open December 15 include Giuseppe Mussari, former chairman of the BMPS Foundation, his former chief executive Antonio Vigni, six former employees of Germany's Deutsche Bank and two of Japan's Nomura bank.

The alleged crimes, committed between 2008 and 2012 and key to a scandal
that has rocked BMPS since 2013, concern false accounting, share manipulation
and obstructing regulators from Consob, Italy's stock exchange watchdog.

The investigation focuses on derivatives trades called Santorini and
Alexandria, conducted with Deutsche Bank and Nomura respectively to hide
losses equivalent to two billion euros ($2.2 billion).

The trial comes at a particularly tricky time for the oldest bank in the
world -- BMPS was founded in 1472 -- as it is in the process of offloading 9.2
billion euros in non-performing assets and is urgently seeking new capital of
up five billion euros.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The massive fraud being committed by the bankers is a signal that the real economy of jobs and consumerism has already crashed. Fraud is the final step before the crash.

Oct 02 09:28

Jews may leave EU if Islamic terrorism, anti-Semitism not halted, top rabbi warns MEPs

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, go already!

Oct 02 09:26

Merkel Says Brexit is Warning Shot to the EU, Urges No More Treaties

Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is a warning to the rest of the bloc, which must learn to take decisions faster rather than looking to agree new treaties, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday.

“This is a warning shot to all of us to reconsider once again: What does Europe mean for us? What must Europe change to be successful in the eyes of the people?” Merkel said in a speech to her Christian Democrats in North Rhine-Westphalia.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

1. Keep Europe for the Europeans.

2. Get rid of the ECB!

Oct 02 08:09

Rothschild Doubles Down on Gold as Banking Collapse Begins, Germans Told to Stockpile Food/Water

The collapse of Deutsche Bank would most likely begin a cascade of Western banking institutions falling like dominos (which could include Barclays in London and CitiGroup in the U.S.). According to the same expert who valued Lehman’s worth at it’s collapse, Deutsche Bank’s current value of $1 trillion dollars is significantly more than Lehman Brothers’ valuation during their collapse in 2008.

The contagion from a collapse of this magnitude could potentially trigger a systemic banking collapse the likes of which the world has never seen. The EU would almost certainly disintegrate upon a collapse of this magnitude, as Deutsche Bank is the largest bank in Germany — which is essentially the financial heart and soul of the EU.

When Jacob Rothschild says that he is buying gold because the central banks are out of control, you begin to understand the scope and magnitude of what is transpiring, as his family has been in de facto control of the world’s central banks for centuries.

Sep 30 17:21

AMERICA DESERVES BETTER, BUT EVEN MORE IMPORTANTLY, THE WORLD DESERVES BETTER

And if that is not possible under the American political system, I think the genuinely dark thing America has become, an immensely well-armed bully and thief who lies about every act, is what we are all fated to suffer under until its eventual and inevitable decline. It is the Obamas and Clintons - pretending to liberalism while expending their total energy on killing and destabilizing and pushing others around in hopes of custom-molding the lives of the planet’s many peoples, an activity much resembling the way a psychopath toys with victims before killing them – that quite possibly will bring us to a nuclear holocaust with Russia and/or China.

Sep 30 14:18

Donald Trump Is Right: America’s Infrastructure Is Falling Apart

The amount of money that the US Transportation takes in ever year, particularly within the Tri-State Area, is truly staggering – some would argue that is in the trillions of dollars per year with the obscene amount of tolls, taxes (federal state and local) as well as the other methods of raising revenue that should be earmarked for American infrastructure – the ultimate question is where the hell is all of this money going?

People constantly talk about “Auditing the Fed,” but what about auditing the US Department of Transportation?

Sep 30 09:31

Will Financial Trouble for Deutsche Bank Lead To Another 2008 Type Financial Collapse?

If you look at your IRA or investment accounts today, there is a very good chance that your account balance has fallen. But if you haven't been following the saga of Germany's Deutsche Bank, you may not know why. The bank is in trouble. It has about $16 Billion in equity and according to a report from CNBC, it has $163 Billion in debt. The United States Government has also announced that it is trying to fine the bank $14 Billion for past behavior. And because Deutsche bank is central to the global banking system, if it fails it could just be the first in a series of dominos. The bank could become the poster-child for the problems with globalism.

Sep 30 09:27

Stocks Dump As Deutsche Doubts Drum Up 2008 Dread

"I would just stay away. It’s un-analyzable," Gundlach told Reuters in a telephone interview.

"It’s too binary. The market is going to push down Deutsche Bank until there is some recognition of support. They will get assistance, if need be."

Investors should continue to be defensive on financial markets as market selloff "doesn’t feel like its over."

Sep 30 09:24

PANIC As Margin Calls Begin: Deutsche Bank Has Financial System On The Cusp Of Collapse

DB stock is now in a full panic sell-off as I write this. It just hit another new all-time NYSE low on by the heaviest volume ever in the stock since its 2001 NYSE listing. It’s currently down almost 10%. No doubt the Central Banks will try to bounce it.

Deutsche Bank may well be the scapegoat this time around just like Lehman was the scapegoat in 2008. Central Banks in collusion can prevent just one bank from collapsing. It was the co-collapsing of AIG and Goldman Sachs that prompted then-Secretary of Treasury, ex-Goldman CEO Henry Paulson, to put in motion the bailout of the U.S. and European banking system.

Sep 30 08:54

This Is How Much Liquidity Deutsche Bank Has At This Moment, And What Happens Next

It is not solvency, or the lack of capital - a vague, synthetic, and usually quite arbitrary concept, determined by regulators - that kills a bank; it is - as Dick Fuld will tell anyone who bothers to listen - the loss of (access to) liquidity: cold, hard, fungible (something Jon Corzine knew all too well when he commingled and was caught) cash, that pushes a bank into its grave, usually quite rapidly: recall that it took Lehman just a few days for its stock to plunge from the high double digits to zero.

Sep 30 08:47

Sinking Deutsche Bank stock sends shock across Europe

Shares in Germany's biggest lender Deutsche Bank plummeted on the Frankfurt stock market on Friday, dragging other European banks and global markets down with it, after reports some customers were pulling money out.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Asian markets got hammered last night, but as usual, the FED is pouring instant money all over Wall Street to make the US stock market look good.

Sep 30 07:39

US State Department “Coup” Moves – Is Greece Next?

News the US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt was replaced by Marie Yovanovitch was initially uplifting for half of the world. Then it was tentatively announced that President Obama suited career diplomat up to take over in Greece. The man overheard organizing “post coup” Ukraine government with Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victorian Nuland, will no doubt head up Athens’ next civil war.

Sep 30 07:13

Jewish Bigotry on Speed? Just Check Out Rabbi Jonathan Sacks

Last week, Britain’s veteran chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks lectured to the European Parliament on antisemitism. The rabbi’s mission was to define antisemitism, but instead he just demonstrated some of the most problematic symptoms of Jewish supremacy, tribal arrogance and even crude Goy-hatred. Unwittingly, the rabbi didn’t make the Jews look too good.

Sep 30 03:58

Deutsche Bank – The Meltdown Crisis

Sep 29 10:37

Winter Is Coming: Norway Is Building a Wall to Halt the Flow of Migrants

Norway has begun the construction of a wall along the Norwegian-Russian border at the checkpoint Storskog–Borisoglebsky in a bid to prevent a new wave of migrants coming to Norway. Last winter more than 5,000 refugees entered the Nordic country from the Russian territory through the “Arctic route”. Anders Kjellevold: The fence is actually very short. It covers a distance of 200 meters right next to the border station Storskog, along a tiny stretch of the border. I find it unlikely that it will significantly affect the flow of migrants. The Norwegian authorities justify the fence on the grounds that it will improve security at the border station. That might be the case, but none of the approximately 5500 asylum seekers that have come to Norway from Russia last year attempted to evade the station. Some critics therefore argue that the fence is unnecessary...

Sep 29 10:21

Iran & Italy hold joint drills in strategic Strait of Hormuz, despite recent US military incidents

An Italian frigate has participated in joint drills with Iran in the Strait of Hormuz, an Iranian commander has said. The maneuvers are unprecedented and come despite several controversial incidents involving US warships in the same area.

Sep 29 09:43

Poland to start WWIII against Russia. Funny and scary at the same time

Poland is restless and itching. Striving to revive the great Rzeczpospolita, the country creates an intricate tangle while trying, with eagerness, to prove its devotion to Western masters. This comes into contrast with realities and opportunities, but the insatiable desire to show its importance seems to be uncontrollable. Attempts of Polish politicians to create an anti-Russian military bloc "Intermarum," renewed investigation into the death of Polish President Lech Kaczynski in a plane crash... "One should not look at the current state of affairs in Poland as if a civil war is gaining momentum there. The Polish government is not going to fulfill many of the promises that were made prior to the past political elections. This is the reason behind the intentions to revisit the air crash near Smolensk in 2010, in which 86 Polish citizens, including President Kaczynski, were killed.

Sep 29 08:34

FIRST BREXIT, NOW FREXIT: Brussels insider claims France WILL be next to leave EU

Support for the bloc is declining across many of the 28-member-states with referendums and elections opening up across the continent.

Referendums have rocked the EU over the last few months with the British Brexit, the Dutch refusing an EU treaty with Ukraine and the coming votes in Italy and Hungary.

Sep 28 11:59

NEW BALKANS CONFLICT? - "DA!" Serbian referendum Outrages NATO and Al Qaeda

Republika Srpska - the Serbian autonomous state locked inside of Bosnia & Herzegovina - held a game-changing referendum yesterday. The referendum was nominally over the recognition of a state holiday - Independence Day. It was publicly endorsed and supported by the Prime Minister of Republika Srpska, Milorad Dodik. Last night, the final votes were tallied up, with an overwhelming 99.8% voting 'Yes' and approving of recognition of Independence Day. But critics and supporters, on both sides, unanimously agree that it is really a test run for a very likely referendum on an actual independence bid in the future, to break from the Republic of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and with the potential to join with the Republic of Serbia, and its capital of Belgrade, to its east. This is a move that Russia backs...
Russia against politicizing referendum issue in Republika Srpska http://tass.com/politics/902682?_ga=1.220546648.1540963888.1452451285

Sep 28 11:34

Opinion Poll: Europeans don't trust American occupation forces

According to an opinion survey published on September 27th by Sputnik Opinion, Europeans do not trust the foreign military bases stationed on their countries' territories to resolve national security problems. Only 4% of German respondents and 5% of Italians believe that foreign military bases can handle the defense of their countries’ better than their own national armies...

Sep 28 10:30

EU Army Would Undermine NATO, Says Defence Secretary Fallon

British politicians are intent on killing plans for an EU-wide army, following a Franco-German push for a stronger EU defense policy.

The tug-of-war between Europe’s defense ministers continued on Tuesday in Bratislava, as Britain’s Michael Fallon insisted a combined EU military power “would simply undermine NATO.”

Sep 28 08:35

Euro “Might Start To Unravel” If Collapse Of Deutsche Bank

The euro “might start to unravel” if Deutsche Bank collapses according to respected financial journalist Matthew Lynn. “It all has a very 2008 feel to it …” he warns in the Telegraph where he outlines his growing concerns about Deutsche Bank, concerns we have written about in recent months. He writes:

Our image of German banks, and the German economy, as completely rock solid is so strong that it takes a lot to persuade us they might be in trouble.

And yet it has become increasingly hard to ignore the slow-motion car crash that is Deutsche Bank, or to avoid the conclusion that something very nasty is developing at what was once seen as Europe’s strongest financial institution. Its shares have been in free-fall for a year, touching a new low of 10.7 euros on Monday, down from 27 euros a year ago. Over the weekend, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel waded into the mess, briefing that there could be no government bail-out of the bank.

Sep 28 08:26

EU fat-cat gets €100k a year pension from Brussels - despite RAKING it in at Goldman Sachs

Jose Manuel Barroso, the former president of the European Commission, personally asked his for his eye-watering EU pension to be paid early, despite his ongoing role as chairman of Goldman Sachs International.

Sep 28 08:24

Spain's debt surges above 100 per cent of GDP

The Mediterranean country's debt reached 100.2 per cent of GDP in June, to become the sixth eurozone country with a three figure ration.

Greece's GDP debt ratio is highest at 167.9 per cent, followed by Italy at 132.7 per cent , Portugal at 129 per cent, Cyprus at 108.9 per cent and Belgium at 106 per cent.

France now looks set to be the next country to tip the 100 per cent ratio, after its debt reached 96.1 per cent at the end of 2015.

Sep 28 08:20

Plot to keep Britain IN the EU: Lord Hain warns of Brussels plan to reverse Brexit vote

BRUSSELS is plotting to reverse the historic Brexit result and keep Britain in the EU.

The alarm was raised after former Europe minister Peter Hain, a leading Remain campaigner, told a fringe meeting at Labour's conference in Liverpool that EU bosses are prepared to ditch their rules to keep Britain in the EU.

This appeared to be confirmed by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy saying he would offer Britain a chance to reverse its historic Brexit vote if he is re-elected next year.

Sep 28 07:37

Washington Post Thinks Russian Radio, Not NATO Bombing, Turned Serbs Against the Alliance

The Washington Post expects its readers to believe Serbia’s lack of enthusiasm for NATO membership is because of “Russian disinformation.” Naturally, it has nothing to do with the “defensive alliance” bombing the country seventeen years ago.

Sep 28 07:26

EU Chiefs in Talks as Divisions Deepen Over Migrant Crisis

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Parliament President Martin Schulz are holding talks Monday (September 26), alongside and First Vice-President Frans Timmermanns, in an effort to reset the EU agenda following the disastrous summit in Bratislava on September 16.

Sep 28 07:07

Sweden Creates 55 "No-Go Zones" As It Loses Control Of Refugee Crisis

"We have a major crisis. All our stations are overloaded and the whole of the Malmo force is out extinguishing the car fires"

Sep 27 15:27

‘You’re DESTROYING Europe’ Hungary PM predicts ‘parallel Muslim society’ due to migration

EUROPE will become divided into two parallel societies with Muslims living in their own enclaves under different leaders and laws due to mass migration, the prime minister of Hungary predicted today.

Outspoken Viktor Orban accused Angela Merkel and eurocrats of “destroying” the continent with their open door migration policies as he blasted the current influx of asylum seekers.

The firebrand Hungarian leader made the remarks as his country gears up for a crunch referendum over whether or not to accept the imposition of mandatory migrant quotas.

Sep 27 09:35

Parenting Mag Warns Of 'Blonde, Cheerful' Families Who Seem Normal -- They May Be 'Dangerous' Right-Wingers

Parenting magazine Baby & Family has told readers to beware of families who are "inconspicuous" and "cheerful", as these warning signs indicate they are right wing and thus "dangerous".

Sep 27 07:54

Britain will be better off than the EU after Brexit and 'highly attractive' for investors, says Germany business chief 

Britain will thrive outside the European Union as the bloc turns inward, a top German business leader has said.

Mathias Döpfner, chief executive of media giant Axel Springer, said the UK would be ‘highly attractive’ to investors after it left.

Sep 27 06:25

Deutsche Bank Is Going Under: Is The Real Reason Germans Were Told To Prepare For A National Crisis?

There is a very real possibility that Deutsche Bank is going down.

If the most prominent bank in Germany fails, the effect on Europe will be profound, and I don’t think the United States will escape the effects. The ripples will turn into a tsunami as they travel across the Atlantic. Already, the bank’s troubles have stressed the American stock market.

Angela Merkel has stated that Deutsche Bank will not be getting a bailout from the European Central Bank – the lender of last resort for European banks.

The Department of Justice recently issued a $14 billion fine to the bank to settle a mortgage-backed securities probe…and the bank has no intention of paying.

Sep 26 13:40

Norway’s theatre shows true grit our politicans lack

Perhaps the National Theatre of Norway can succeed where others have failed in getting across to world leaders the truth about Israel’s crimes against humanity.

Watch, listen and understand, Clinton and Trump, and hang your heads in shame for what you have become.

If you've never bothered, please do some homework on the subject before it's too late. And don't forget to apologize.

Sep 26 08:34

BREAKING: Explosion Rocks Malmo, Sweden Hours After Gun Attack

Summary of Sweden tonight.
-Mass shooting in Malmö.
-Massive explosion in Malmö.
-Suspicious device destroyed by Police in Gothenburg#Malmo

Sep 26 08:23

US to deploy new nukes in Europe - Moscow expresses 'concern'

NATO continues to expand its missile potential in Europe and Moscow is concerned over the deployment of NATO infrastructure near its borders, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov stated.

“NATO members are continuing to expand their anti-missile capability in Europe in the framework of the so-called ‘phased adaptive approach.’ We have repeatedly expressed concern over the placement of elements of strategic infrastructure in the immediate vicinity of our borders, which directly affects our interests in the field of security,” he said at a session of the Russian Public Council on International Cooperation and Public Diplomacy in the Public Chamber.

Sep 26 08:23

RUSSIA PREPARES FOR WAR, PLANS TO MOVE THERMONUCLEAR ICBMS TO BORDER

Last week TASS reported Russia’s western-most ICBM division will be rearmed with the RS-24 Yars missile system. Yars is a MIRV-equipped, thermonuclear, intercontinental ballistic missile that can reportedly carry up to 10 independently targetable warheads. The ICBM RS-24 Yars constitutes the backbone of Russia’s strategic missile force.

Sep 25 21:39

An Obsolescent Military: Bombing Everything, Gaining Nothing

What, precisely, is the US military for, and what, precisely, can it do? In practical terms, how powerful is it? On paper, it is formidable, huge, with carrier battle groups, advanced technology, remarkable submarines, satellites, and so on. What does this translate to?

The American military is an upgraded World War II military, designed to fight other militaries like itself in a world like that which existed during World War II. The Soviet Union was that kind of military. Today there are no such militaries for America to fight. We are not in the same world. Washington seems not to have noticed.

Sep 25 12:35

‘Beholden to AIPAC’ — progressive senators

Senators Warren, Murphy, Brown sign letter seeking to limit Obama’s actions...

The news that many progressive US senators as well as vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine signed on to an Israel lobby letter designed to limit President Obama’s actions against the Israeli occupation, now nearly 50 years old, has been widely reported, but the plain facts need to be stated.

Yesterday the Israel lobby group AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, flexed its muscle against President Obama and on the side of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu by posting a letter signed by 88 senators warning President Obama not to back any international measures that would pressure Israel to withdraw from occupied territories.

Sep 25 07:36

On Soros Putting Half A Billion Into The Muslim Invasion Of EU

Soros is a liar. Why? First of all, the 'refugee movement' does NOT include White people and only a handful of Christians. Would Soros move White people displaced by Volcanoes in Iceland, for example, to America or Europe? Hell, no. They are White Christians. So let's call his plan what it is…a massive, planned invasion of Third World dirt into the First World with the OBVIOUS goal of making the entire Western World a Third World cesspool.

The so-called 'refugees' he is investing in are incapable of assimilation. Their 'religion' doesn't permit it. Consider how many years Africans have been in America and quite a few still live like primitive Africans, looting, rioting and burning down their own neighborhoods, and crying discrimination.

Sep 25 07:27

Austrian town enforces curfew on underage migrants after wave of sexual attacks

Authorities in the northern Austrian city of Wels have imposed a curfew on young migrants following a series of sexual assaults at a local wine and beer festival in early September, which were committed by Afghan minors.

Underage refugees living in the town of Wels are now allowed to leave their places of residence only until 8:00pm local time, the town’s mayor, Andreas Rabl, told RT, confirming information about the curfew. He also added that the migrants would face “strict sanctions if they break these rules.”

Sep 24 10:01

Finally the Russians Have Caught On That Negotiation with Washington Is Pointless

No more provocations from Washington. Period. The insanity must stop. Now.

If the dumbshit Western peoples and the corrupt EU, UK, Canadian, Japanese, and Australian political puppets don’t wake up ASAP, war will be upon us, a war that cannot be won.

The criminal neoconservatives must immediately be removed from power in Washington before the insane fools start World War 3.

The CIA and the Pentagon must be put under tight constraints. And Donald Trump needs a massive trustworthy security guard.

The European governments need to immediately disband the NATO alliance.

Sep 24 09:58

Zionists Have Been Hypocritically Practicing “BDS” for Centuries

And all of these anti-BDS politicians and leaders are simply enabling this criminality and “chutzpah.”

Organized Zionism seems to conveniently forget that the original creator of these types of economic boycotts, sanctions and divestment programs to get other nations, individuals or political organizations to comply with their demands, or bring them to their knees, began with the Zionists themselves.

Sep 24 09:51

Days are numbered for the Czech Republic

The British government will start referring to Czechia rather than the Czech Republic, following advice from an official committee.

The Permanent Committee on Geographical Names “establishes and applies the principles by which foreign geographical names (toponyms) should be written”.

It is now advising use of Czechia in place of the Czech Republic.

The move has been pushed by the Czech government and is meant to make life easier for foreigners and T-shirt makers, although it looks and sounds pretty horrible to this foreigner. The name has not proved very popular with actual Czechs either.

Sep 24 09:51

Did the Pentagon Bomb Syrian Army to Kill Ceasefire Deal?

The US has officially taken responsibility for the incident which it called a “mistake”...

A rift between the Pentagon and the White House turned into open rebellion on Saturday when two US F-16s and two A-10 warplanes bombed Syrian Arab Army (SAA) positions at Deir al-Zor killing at least 62 Syrian regulars and wounding 100 others.

Many analysts now wonder whether the attacks are an indication that the neocon-strewn DOD is actively engaged in sabotaging President Obama’s Syria policy, a claim that implies that the Pentagon is led by anti-democratic rebels who reject the Constitutional authority of the civilian leadership. Saturday’s bloodletting strongly suggests that a mutiny is brewing at the War Department.

Sep 24 09:47

How Trump Wins the Debate

Trump has the same imperative and same opportunity as JFK and Reagan.

He has to meet and exceed expectations, which are not terribly high. He has to convince a plurality of voters, who seem prepared to vote for him, that he’s not a terrible risk, and that he will be a president of whom they can be proud.

He has to show the country a Trump that contradicts the caricature created by those who dominate our politics, culture and press.

The Trump on stage at Hofstra University will have 90 minutes to show that the malicious cartoon of Donald Trump is a libelous lie.

Sep 24 08:13

Brexit aftershock: Eurozone will NOW be run by member states NOT Brussels, says expert

THE EU faces an uncertain future post-Brexit with voters questioning the legitimacy of its institutions and member states concentrating more on their own domestic issues, a leading academic has warned.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"They can't DO that!" -- George Sore-ass

Sep 24 08:12

EU president Donald Tusk facing criminal probe in Poland following president's plane crash

PROSECUTORS in Poland are looking at the potential of bringing criminal charges following the plane crash that killed country's president and his wife in 2010.

And they are turning their attention to EU president Donald Tusk who was Prime Minister of the country for seven years amid a storm of anger that he could have broken section 129 of the country's penal code citing that he could be investigated for treason.

Politician Beata Mazurek, an advocate of law and justice, has called on the country's National Public Prosecutor's office to investigate claims Mr Tusk may have acted in detriment to the state.

Sep 24 08:02

World Bank Chief: Sweden Should Create Independent Migrant State Where Laws Don’t Apply

Sweden could solve their migrant problem by creating a new state-within-a-state where national laws don’t apply and sending thousands of migrants and so-called refugees there, the incoming chief economist of the influential World Bank has said. Paul Romer, director of New York University’s Stern School of Business Urbanisation Project, made the remarks about his unusual approach to Sweden’s migrant crisis this week in an interview with the national newspaper Dagens Nyhter. Suggesting the zone could model itself on British Hong Kong, the senior economist said it could bring enormous benefit at no cost to the taxpayer.

Sep 24 07:41

US to deploy new nukes in Europe - Moscow expresses 'concern'

NATO continues to expand its missile potential in Europe and Moscow is concerned over the deployment of NATO infrastructure near its borders, Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov stated.

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Sep 24 07:39

No EU-US TTIP trade deal before Obama leaves office: EU

A last-gasp push to seal a landmark free trade deal between the European Union and the United States before the end of Barack Obama’s presidency has failed, EU ministers agreed on Friday.

Sep 24 07:11

Ukraine Becoming Poorest Country in Europe Amid IMF-Mandated Austerity

Starting in 2017, Ukraine will have the lowest official salaries in Europe, according to calculations by lawmaker Oleksander Vilkul. Meanwhile, Ukrainian politicians and economists have begun investigating the conditions attached to the IMF's recent $1 billion loan tranche, and are discovering that more austerity reforms are the order of the day.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Because that is what IMF does; make countries poor and banks rich!

Sep 24 05:42

Feminists Say It's 'Racist And Sexist' for Italians to Have Italian Babies

According to feminists, asking Italian women to have babies with Italian men to reverse their nation's low birthrate is "racist and sexist."

Sep 23 18:50

US-EU Trade Talks "De Facto Dead"

...German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel declared that [talks] were “de facto dead”. The French minister told the Handeslblatt newspaper that the United States had demanded too much and not compromised enough. "A crazy machine is moving here, the negotiations are a failure, nobody believes that they will come to a successful conclusion..."

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