The UK is still training the Saudi Air Force despite growing evidence of the Saudi-led coalition’s crimes against civilians in Yemen, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon admitted, replying to an MP’s question. The statement outraged the opposition.
Fallon was responding to the written questions asked by Stephen Doughty, Labor MP for Cardiff South and Penarth, on the UK involvement in the Yemen military intervention, when he admitted that “UK has provided training to the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) both in the UK and in Saudi Arabia,” in particular, to “improve their targeting processes” and ensure its better compliance with international law. Continue reading »
Britain’s biggest banks will begin a large withdrawal of their presence within Britain as fears grow of a hard Brexit.
If the UK decides to leave the single market and the customs union in order to restrict the freedom of people coming into the country, lenders could move their headquarters out of London’s financial district.
According to the Observer huge companies, including Goldman Sachs could make the move by early next year, but smaller groups could depart even sooner. Continue reading »
As pressure from the Obama administration mounts on the Ecuadorian government and Assange to halt the flow of Hillary’s emails, Wikileaks just posted the following tweet revealing heavily armed “police” outside of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
PHOTO: Heavily armed ‘police’ appear outside Ecuadorian Embassy in London where Julian Assange has political asylum (photo, Tuesday morning) pic.twitter.com/EOfsrmi3t2
The “police” presence apparently began to amass earlier this week just as Wikileaks confirmed that the Ecuadorian had agreed to cut Julian Assange’s internet access after a little political pressure from John Kerry… Continue reading »
Today’s UK Column News with Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson & David Scott, including:
START Heads of State : EU ‘Leaders’ & ‘Negotiation’ Theatrics
02:54 ‘Killing people…’ May accuses Russia of lawless actions
05:41 HMS Ark Royal – & systematic degradation of the Navy
12:14 ‘Russia is the Greatest Foe the World has ever Faced…!’
15:27 THE ‘ D R E A D N O U G H T ’ CGI SUBMARINE
17:52 Mafioso subterfuge & Treason in Nuclear-infrastructure
29:15 Highland Investigation : ‘A culture of sadism in schools.’
35:27 National Socialists & Selective Interventions: Dochertys.
The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take “captives of the right hand,” 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.” (33:59) The implication there is that if women do not cover themselves adequately with their outer garments, they may be abused, and that such abuse would be justified.
“Iranian workers at Chelmsford pizza shop accused of drugging and raping underage teen girls,” by Oliver Pritchard, Essex Live, October 18, 2016:
A gang of Iranian men sexually exploited and groomed vulnerable girls by supplying them with drugs and offering them free pizza, a court heard. Continue reading »
“The attackers were in the hundreds and were well armed. Some of them wore army uniforms, while others wore police uniforms. Some of them exchanged gunfire with the few soldiers stationed at the post office in the town, while others burned down houses of Christians.”
Could they have been police officers and members of the Nigerian military? There is no reason why not, but at the same time, the uniforms were likely meant to keep the Christians complacent as the jihadis approached. After all, as Muhammad said, “War is deceit.”
“More than 48 Christians Killed in Kaduna, Nigeria Massacres,” Morning Star News, October 19, 2016:
GODOGODO, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed more than 40 Christians in an attack in this town in northern Nigeria on Saturday (Oct. 15) and left another eight dead in an assault three weeks earlier, area leaders said. Continue reading »
MPs had planned to hold a vote on whether Sir Philip Green should be stripped of his knighthood. In the event, they didn’t – because they didn’t need to. The motion was approved without opposition. Not a single MP disagreed.
For two and a half hours they’d debated it. Well, I say “debated”, but a debate needs two sides. This was more like a queue on the village green, with MPs taking turns to pelt the former boss of BHS with oratorical fruit. Continue reading »
A JAMAICAN drug-dealing killer will NOT be booted out of Britain because his parents are not married and it would violate his humans right, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Eric Johnson killed David Williams by hitting him with a piece of wood and stabbing him in his flat in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, in 2007.But judges said they would not deport Johnson because they did not want to punish him for “the accident of his birth outside of wedlock” as he would have been entitled to British citizenship if his parents were married. Continue reading »
The order comes days after UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pushed for the UK to consider military options against the Russian-backed Assad regime in Syria.
With tensions between the US and Russia escalating over the Syrian conflict, it appears the UK is more than willing to leap into the fray. According the Sunday Times, Royal Air Force (RAF) pilots have been given orders to shoot down Russian military jets operating in Syria if they feel that the Russian jets pose a threat: “[…] if a pilot is fired on or believes he is about to be fired on, he can defend himself.”
The order, which is eerily reminiscent of the modus operandi of US police, comes days after UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pushed for the UK to consider military options against the Russian-backed Assad regime in Syria over its controversial bombing campaign in Aleppo. Continue reading »
“Let’s get one thing straight, the British taxpayer was forced to subsidise the Banker Bail out indirectly, meaning funding from Government for services and support was re-directed to banksters for stupidly getting embroiled in the “Sub- Prime” confidence trick and losing trillions back on the 2008 collapse. What isn’t in the public domain is that the Rothschilds actually OWN both the Bank of England & the Federal Reserve. They ultimately control all the financial aspects of RBS/NatWest. The Rothschild hidden hand is behind Syria/ISIS/Ukraine/Saudi Arabia/Yemen/israel/the Migrant and Refugee issue and everything else currently jeopardising the civilised world. There is no doubt in my mind the issue over RT’s Bank problem is another Rothschild driven ploy to stifle open discussion in favour of Orwellian control of thought and opinion by eliminating the alternative opinion, even if it is factual. That is bad for all of us, especially the next but one generation who won’t know any better. It must be fought, by the most passive means available.”
Steve Hedley, the second-in-command at one of UK’s most powerful unions, says that RT’s decision to go public with NatWest’s intention to shut down its bank accounts will help save not just itself, but other alternative media.
“We are getting to a state of affairs where everything in the country is monitored, and if it doesn’t meet with official approval, it is banned, and has its source of funding cut off. This is a move toward a totalitarian state,” Hedley, Senior Assistant General Secretary of RMT, the UK’s biggest specialist transport union, told RT during a live interview from London. “The strong stance that RT has taken over this is good, and will prevent further pressure, on itself and other organizations.”
“It’s as clear as day that this decision was not made by the bank. And not any other bank – banks don’t make such decisions on their own,” Sergei Lavrov said. “I believe an old saying is appropriate here: don’t treat others the way you don’t wish to be treated yourself”
The UK began accepting migrant youths from Calais on Monday, after campaigners and a former archbishop lobbied local authorities to take advantage of a new loophole in immigration law.
The French government has promised the notorious Jungle camp is to be demolished in the coming weeks, and there is now a rush to either persuade migrants to accept refuge in France or find a way to get them into the UK. Continue reading »
A British television crew has been attacked by a gang of migrants in Calais during filming, with over 20 individuals using sticks, stones, and knives to repel the men.
A report on the confrontation by Sky News’s Europe Correspondent Mark Stone reveals how last Thursday Mr. Stone and three colleagues including his producer, cameraman, and a security consultant came under attack while they were filming a group of migrants and what he called a suspected people smuggler. Continue reading »
Concerns have been raised that adult migrants are posing as children to gain entry to the UK, as it has emerged that the Home Office has no way of verifying the ages of child migrants being relocated from the Calais Jungle.
The first group of fourteen teenage migrants arrived in the UK yesterday, under the government’s new scheme to fast track entry of minors with connections to the UK from the Jungle before the migrant camp is demolished by the French authorities.
“This is just for starters. Next the Govt will have RT removed from freeview television. Then Google will mysteriously have difficulty finding the server….error 404.
Ominous…..we need at least two opposing versions of all news items to enable a modicom of truth to filter through, and we cannot trust or believe Zionist media outlets or the government controlled BBC.
Suspicious bloggers think Obama/Clinton are behind it….which means the hidden hand of the Rothschilds has orchestrated it.”
As reported earlier, in a somewhat stunning announcement that puts into question the freedom of speech and press in the UK democracy, RT’s editor in chief alleged, and NatWest later confirmed, that the Russian media outlet’s bank accounts in the UK had been blocked by the bank owned by the previously nationalized RBS.
In a letter to RT’s London Office, NatWest said, “we have recently undertaken a review of your banking arrangements with us and reached the conclusion that we will no longer provide these facilities.” The bank added that the entire Royal Bank of Scotland Group, of which NatWest is part of, would refuse to service RT.
“We have no idea why it happened, because neither yesterday nor the day before yesterday, nor a month ago, nothing special happened to us, nobody threatened us in any way. Hypothetically, this may have something to do with new British and American sanctions against Russia, which may be announced soon. It may not. Our legal department is dealing with the issue now,” Margarita Simonyan told RBK business news website.
Commenting on the development, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said it indicated that “Britain on its way out of the EU abandoned all its commitments to protect the freedom of speech.” “I sincerely hope that there’s no political motive for this, because we know that the British government isn’t happy with RT in Britain,” publisher Marcus Papadopoulos told RT. Continue reading »
Britain is fighting at least seven covert wars in the Middle East and North Africa, outside of any democratic oversight or control. Whitehall has in effect gone underground, with neither parliament nor the public being allowed to debate, scrutinise or even know about these wars.
To cover themselves, Ministers are now often resorting to lying about what they are authorising. While Britain has identified Islamic State (among others) as the enemy abroad, it is clear that it sees the British public and parliament as the enemy at home.
Britain began training Syrian rebel forces from bases in Jordan in 2012. This was also when the SAS was reported to be ‘slipping into Syria on missions’ against Islamic State. Now, British special forces are ‘mounting hit and run raids against IS deep inside eastern Syria dressed as insurgent fighters’ and ‘frequently cross into Syria to assist the New Syrian Army’ from their base in Jordan. British special forces also provide training, weapons and other equipment to the New Syrian Army. Continue reading »
“The alternative news is buzzing with the possibility the US is behind the mysterious disappearance of Julian Assange, coupled with Wikileaks issuing of encryption codes and statements/tweets.
Seemingly the hidden hand of Rothschild banksters has had enough of Wikileaks showing the world what a sick (sic), poisonous, vindictive, corrupt, greedy and despicably dishonest person their golden gal is.
I can’t think of a more suitable candidate for the President’s job given the record of the last twenty”
The revelation about the Leave campaigner reignites claims he has put his own ambitions ahead of the country’s best interests.
Boris Johnson has defended writing an article in favour of staying in the EU just days before backing Brexit.
The Foreign Secretary, who penned the unpublished pro-Remain article just two days before revealing he would be campaigning to break from Brussels, said he had been trying to “make an alternative case” to himself.
However, when he compared the arguments “it was blindingly obvious” which side to support.
Now here’s a rare sight: the BBC allowed a genuine dissenting voice on to its airwaves.
Dr Marcus Papadopoulos, editor of Politics First, recently talked to the BBC News about the west’s massive disinformation campaign targeting Syria, and misinformation and Britain’s irrational fear-mongering over Russia.
This week, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson called for “demonstrations outside the Russian embassy”, because of of what Johnson alleges as “war crimes” Syria. It seems that Johnson’s dangerous rhetoric merely typifies a general level of ignorance and political malaise taking hold over the British Parliamentarians recently.
The British Army is set to buy up to 800 infantry vehicles from Germany at £4 million ($4.9mn) apiece in a deal that could cost taxpayers dearly in the long run, The Times reports.
The military is desperate to upgrade their existing armored fleet, which currently consists of old machines produced in the 1960s, and has been trying to set up a deal, unsuccessfully, for the past two decades. The Ministry of Defence (MoD) now wants to sign a contract with Germany’s ARTEC consortium as quickly as possible, which would rule out any possible competition, according to a report in The Times which cited unnamed defense industry sources. Continue reading »