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Feb 11 05:09


Senate Democrats are “out of their minds,” Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said Wednesday, adding that the attack by Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., on President Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., was “slanderous” and “ugly.”

Feb 11 04:59

Assad: Trump Is Right – Terrorists Are Entering The U.S. As ‘Refugees’

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned that if Trump’s immigration ban does not get implemented then terrorists leaving Syria will spill into the United States unchecked.

Feb 10 21:51

Trump edges away from moving Israel embassy to Jerusalem and stakes out middle ground on building new settlements – just as Netanyahu is primed for a visit

President Donald Trump said Thursday that he is only in the early stages of considering the relocation of America's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

And he hedged on the issue of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's continued settlement construction, refusing to condemn the practice but also backing off from aggressive campaign statements supporting the practice.

'No, I don't want to condemn Israel,' the president told the Israel Hayom newspaper in an interview published Friday morning. 'Israel has had a long history of condemnation and difficulty. And I don't want to be condemning Israel.'

But he added: 'I am not somebody that believes that going forward with these settlements is a good thing for peace.'

'Every time you take land for settlements, there is less land left,' Trump argued.

Feb 10 21:48

State Department has nearly doubled the intake of refugees from the seven travel ban countries since judge put a halt to the order

In the week since the ban has been halted, 1,186 refugees have been let into the country - 882 of them from the seven travel ban countries.

That's nearly double what the State Department was letting in in the week before Trump signed the order.

The intake of Syrian and Iraqi refugees has changed the most dramatically since the order was halted.

Between Trump's inauguration on January 20 and when he signed the ban on January 27, Syrians made up just 14 per cent of the total refugees being let into the country. Since February 3, Syrians now make up 30 per cent of all refugees entering the country. Iraq went from 10 per cent of all refugees before the ban to 21 per cent after.

Feb 10 21:36

Germany hit by MORE swimming pool sex attacks: Seven schoolgirls 'assaulted by migrants'

In the first incident in Bad Oldesloe, in the northern German state of Schleswig-Holstein, two men aged 23 and 24 allegedly assaulted five underage girls after grabbing them in the water and sexually assaulting them.

The terrified girls raised the alarm with lifeguards, who had not observed what was happening, who threw them out and then called the police.

Officers confirmed later that they had managed to arrest the two who were identified as asylum seekers living in nearby refugee accommodation.

The officers said an investigation was currently underway on sexual assault charges.

In the second incident, which happened in the Aquapark in the city of Oberhausen in North Rhine-Westphalia, two girls aged 13 and 15 were allegedly sexually assaulted in a swimming pool by two men aged 20 and 22 from Afghanistan.

Feb 10 21:34

TWELVE MORE YEARS! Erdogan approves bill that could keep him in power until 2029

TURKEY’S President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved a bill boosting his powers under an executive presidential system, which could allow him to remain in power until 2029.

Mr Erdogan’s approval of the bill will allow the changes to go to a public vote, but opponents warn it could pave a path for dictatorship.

Feb 10 21:30

Haven't they learnt a thing? Merkel’s government 'hoping to bring in 12 MILLION migrants'

Just last week the under-fire German Chancellor placed a ban on the families of as many as three million people who arrived in Germany during the migrant crisis joining their relatives.

The ban, which also applies to women and children and elderly relatives from war torn countries, has been put in place for two years after the country revealed the crisis will cost £37bn this year.

Now just days after the Bundestag voted to speed up deportation and mandatory finger printing, it's emerged they have outlined the country needs 300,000 people a YEAR for the next 40 years to stop population decline.

A leaked report from Mrs Merkel's government said Germany would need to take in 12m migrants over the next four decades to keep Germany’s population size stable.

Feb 10 21:29

Guy Verhofstadt: UK could be bound to European Court of Justice for YEARS despite Brexit

Chief negotiator for the European parliament, Guy Verhofstadt, has indicated that the UK will not be able to extricate itself from the ECJ when it exits the EU in 2019.

If prime minister Theresa May sticks to her timetable, she should be triggering Article 50 in just a few weeks time, with the exit date set for 2019.

But a transitional deal is widely expected to be put in place to ease the UK out of the bloc, but Brussels has warned this may not necessarily include the ECJ.

Feb 10 20:59

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Had Nothing To Do With 9/11: Scholar

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was captured and, according to American scholar Dr. Kevin Barrett, tortured by FBI and CIA agents into falsely confessing that he was the mastermind behind 9/11, even though he had nothing to do with it.

Feb 10 20:34

More Than Half Of The U.S. Navy's Fighter Jets Can't Fly: Report

More than half of the U.S. Navy’s aircraft can’t fly because there isn’t enough money to fix them, Defense News reports.

Feb 10 18:42

Winter March: US Troops Conclude NATO Drill In Latvia

Around 160 US and Latvian troops concluded a march on Wednesday, as part of the Bayonet Vanguard military drills that also encompassed Lithuania, Estonia.

Feb 10 18:02

David Stockman — Get out of Stocks Now!

Feb 10 16:51

Assad Rejects Trump “Safe Zone” Plan: Says Syria Will Be Safe When The West, GCC Stop Supporting Terrorists

By Brandon Turbeville

After rightly rejecting the new draft Constitution for Syria submitted by Russia, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is wisely rejecting the Trump administration concept of the implementation of “safe zones” inside Syria. In the first interview with Western media since the election of Donald Trump, Assad decried the plan as a bad idea that would have no real ability to protect civilians or end the Syrian crisis...

Feb 10 16:49

4 minutes and 20 seconds of george soros being absolutely btfo IN PERSON

Soros’s response is so pathetic. He’s barely coherent. Also notice how he refers to human beings as “resources that need to be put to work and taxed”.

Feb 10 16:33

President Trump won’t immediately appeal travel ban halt to Supreme Court

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is not currently planning to appeal the decision blocking its travel ban to the Supreme Court, a source familiar with the matter said.

The decision to not go to the Supreme Court comes as the White House is examining several options to save President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order on immigration.