May 29

Tony Blair hints he could reject Chilcot Inquiry findings – and ‘looks forward’ to debate:

‘Well, of course, you don’t see the report until it comes out so let’s wait for that point but I think when you go back and look at what was said I don’t think anyone can seriously dispute I was making it clear what my position was’

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May 27

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Brexit would cost British consumers an extra £9billion in trading costs alone and UK would have to negotiate new terms with 161 countries, warns World Trade Organisation:

Britain would be hit with an extra £9 billion in trading costs if voters back Brexit in June’s referendum, the head of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has warned.

Roberto Azevedo said Brexit would leave ministers with the unprecedented task of having to strike new trade deals with 161 countries, warning that Britain would not be allowed to simply ‘cut and paste’ existing EU terms.

Thousands of new deals would have to be agreed on tariff and quota levels on agricultural produce, for example, while officials would also have to negotiate new terms for access to international markets currently enjoyed by British banks and the UK’s booming service industry.

‘Pretty much all of the UK’s trade [with the world] would somehow have to be negotiated,’ Mr Azevedo told the Financial Times.

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May 27

MPs warn voters being ‘conned’ as Brussels keeps plans for EU army secret until after referendum:

British voters are being “conned” by Brussels officials who are keeping plans for a European army secret until after the referendum, leading Tories have claimed.

Liam Fox, the former defence secretary who served under David Cameron, told The Telegraph that the ambitions showed the EU is wedded to the “dangerous fantasy” of creating a single defence force.

Another eurosceptic Tory MP said voters were being “deceived” and “hoodwinked” about the true scale of the EU’s drive to create a single army.

The backlash came as it emerged plans to move towards the creation of a European army are being kept secret from British voters until the day after next month’s referendum.

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May 27

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Brussels fears Brexit will be ‘THE END’ of EU

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May 25

The Return Of Fracking To UK? First Permit Issued In Five Years:

In a 7-4 vote, Councilors of the county of North Yorkshire approved industrial tests on Monday in a move that will allow fracking in Britain for the first time in five years.

The Guardian reported that the go-ahead “swept aside” vocal protests from residents and environmentalists who feared “catastrophic seismic activity, health problems, and pollution” if hydraulic fracturing was introduced. Continue reading »

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May 24

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The Case For Brexit:

With the market still strongly disagreeing with the polls over how BREMAIN is a done deal…

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TrueSinews’ Sean Corrigan explains why in his contrite “case for Brexit”…

‘Dear True Sinews, what are your thoughts on Brexit? Roger Bootle wrote a piece in the Telegraph yesterday suggesting that just because everyone is saying one thing, it doesn’t necessarily follow they are right Currently, I sit firmly on the fence getting splinters! Neither side is convincing me either way.’

So wrote a friend the other day. What follows is my answer to his question. Continue reading »

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May 23

‘Absolute Scandal’: Illegal UK-Made Cluster Bombs Found In Yemeni Village Attacked By Saudis:

Banned UK-manufactured cluster bombs have been found in a Yemeni village targeted in Saudi-led coalition airstrikes, leading to calls for the UK to come clean on its weapon sales and military support to Saudi Arabia.

The unexploded BL-755 cluster bomb is designed to be dropped from the UK-made Tornado aircraft used by the Saudi Air Force. It was found in a village in the north of the conflict-torn Gulf nation.

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May 23

Four Marines Charged in Depraved Water-Boarding Ceremony:

United Kingdom — Three Royal Marines have been jailed for their roles in a twisted initiation ceremony that left a colleague suicidal and forced him to endure “40 minutes of depravity and naked humiliation.” A fourth was sentenced to unpaid community work for battery and disgraceful conduct during the ‘joining run’ initiation event in May 2014.

Three men, Marine Ian Tennet, Lance Corporal Scott Sim, and Lance Corporal James Taylor were all charged with ill-treatment of a subordinate. Tennet was sentenced to 11 months while Simm and Taylor both received eight-month sentences. The fourth defendant, Marine Ryan Logan, was ordered to serve 220 hours of unpaid community work after being convicted for his role in a water-boarding incident. Continue reading »

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May 23

The CFR Celebrity Globalist, Angelina Jolie appointed as professor at the London School of Economics

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May 23

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No wonder they want us to Remain: Germany fears Brexit because they would lose £35BILLION:

Restlessness and anxiety is said to be growing across top companies in Germany as next month’s historic EU referendum draws closer.

The future of German companies will be thrown into doubt in the event of Britain freeing itself from the shackles of Brussels as 2,500 businesses have branches across the UK.

As Remain and Leave camps drum up support for their campaigns here in the UK, DZ Bank says Brexit would cost the Germany economy £34.8bn by 2017 alone and the country could fall into recession.

German experts predicted Britain leaving Europe would act as a “slow poison” to their countries economy.

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May 23

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Brexit Scaremongering Taken To New Level With Threat Of “Year Long Recession”:

The last few weeks have seen ‘Project Fear’ taken to all new levels by the UK establishment as doom-mongering over a possible Brexit conjure images of post-apocalyptic movies. UK PM Cameron and Chanceller Osborne’s latest op-ed tirade warns of 800,000 jobs lost and an “immediate year-long recession” if the Brits exercise their democratic right to vote for sovereignty over tyranny. Judging from the polls, which show Brexit odds tumbling, the fear-mongery is working, however, the markets disagree as forward volatility measures near 2016 highs.

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May 23

Labour Leader Preparing To Call For Tony Blair’s War Crimes Trial

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May 21

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A Bulk Of New EU Laws Being Kept Quiet Until AFTER British Referendum:

Mr Chris Grayling, who is a House of Commons later, will shortly publicly claiming that Brussels are set to introduce a large amount of more red tape, but only after the British Referendum takes place.

His unofficial stance is:  “They’re holding it all back until we’ve voted, hoping we won’t realise that there is another tidal wave of More Europe heading our way.” Continue reading »

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May 19

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Tim Price: Why I’m Voting To Leave The European Union:

[Editor’s note: This letter was penned by Tim Price, London-based wealth manager and author of Price Value International.]

On 23 June 2016, this British citizen will be voting to leave the European Union.

To me it’s clear: the EU has not only become too big for its own good, it’s too big to do hardly anything good.

Back in 1975 when the UK first confirmed membership in the EU (when it was called the European Economic Community), it made sense. Continue reading »

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May 19

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British General Says A Nuclear War With Russia In 2017 Is “Entirely Plausible”:

With tensions between Russia and the West at post-cold war highs, a former NATO deputy military chief is now saying that a nuclear war with Russia over the Baltic nations in 2017 is “entirely plausible” according to RT.

General Sir Richard Shirreff, from Britain, served at the second highest NATO military office in Europe between 2011 and 2014, has written a fictional book about a nuclear war with Russia in 2017 triggered by a dispute of the Baltic nations. While the story is indeed fictional, Shirreff said the story is based on an “entirely plausible” scenario. Continue reading »

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May 19

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Former London Mayor Wins Most Offensive Erdogan Poem Contest:

After Turkish President Recep Erdogan pressured Angela Merkel to cave and allow charges to be brought against German comedian Jan Böhmermann for being mean to him in a video poem, the Spectator decided to hold a contest to see who could come up with the most offensive poem against Erdogan.

It turns out that the winner of the competition is none other than former London Mayor Boris Johnson, who will be awarded £1,000 for his efforts. Continue reading »

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May 18

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British Spymaster Fears The EU Has “Run Its Historical Course”; Warns Of “Populist Uprising”:

The argument that we would be less secure if we left the EU, is in reality rather difficult to make. There would in fact be some gains if we left, because the UK would be fully master of its own house…The stakes are very high, and the UK referendum is the first roll of the dice in a bigger geopolitical game.”

None other than the former head of MI6 (the British Secret Intelligence Service) Richard Dearlove expressed his quite candid thoughts on the immigration crisis, as well as the possibility of a British exit from the EU during a speech recently at the BBC. The speech is well worth the listen.

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Here are some notable quotes from the speech as it relates to the immigration crisis. The former head of intelligence is quick to point out that despite what the public perception may be, the reality is that there are terrorists already among us.

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May 18

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Supermarkets waste ‘360 million meals that could go to needy’ every year:

‘This is the first time in the UK and even in the world that a survey has gone right down the supply chain’

About 360 million meals could go to people who are hungry every year if supermarkets weren’t needlessly throwing away food.

That is the finding of a new government-funded report which has shown that 1.1 million tonnes of food is being “avoidably” discarded.

Of that figure, at least 185,000 tonnes could be used to make safe and healthy meals for people who are hungry, according to the first nationwide survey of its kind to comprehensively review the relations between UK supermarkets, retailers and charities. Continue reading »

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May 18

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Green Party MEPs Peed Off with Glyphosate Test Results:

Green MEPs have today received test results confirming the presence of unsafe levels of the ‘probably carcinogenic’ weedkiller glyphosate in their urine.

Source: www.greenparty.org.uk

Glyphosate is the world’s most widely used herbicide. However, glyphosate does more than just kill weeds. In fact, the World Health organisation confirmed last year that the substance is “probably carcinogenic” to humans.

Detox Project comment: It must be noted that the ELISA method used for this testing is not recognized by regulators

Keith Taylor, MEP for the South East, Molly Scott Cato, MEP for the South West, and Jean Lambert, MEP for London, were among a group of 48 MEPs that took part in a symbolic urine test ahead of the European Parliament vote last month to oppose the EU Commission’s proposal to relicense the controversial toxic substance until 2031. Continue reading »

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May 16

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UK Establishment Stunned As Over 300 CEOs Back Brexit: “Business, Not Government, Creates Wealth”:

In a shocking slap in the face for UK PM Cameron, more than 300 business leaders are calling on Britain to vote to leave the European Union, saying that the country’s “competitiveness is being undermined by our membership.”As The Telegraph reports, the letter, signed by some of Europe’s most senior business executives, claims Brussels “red tape stifles growth” and a Brexit would “create more jobs” exclaiming that “it is business – not government – which generates wealth.”

Perhaps this explains why Cameron, Osborne, Obama, and almost every other establishment politician and lackey has embraced ‘Project Fear’ when it comes to Brexit, proclaiming World War 3’s imminence and all the worst parts of the bible will occur should the great unwashed masses exercise their right to vote for democracy (as opposed to a tyrannical superstate). Continue reading »

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May 16

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“Divisive, Stupid & Wrong” Trump Slams Cameron, “Doesn’t Care” About London’s Muslim Mayor:

“Well number one I’m not stupid ok, I can tell you that right now. Just the opposite. Number two in terms of divisive, I don’t think I’m a divisive person, I’m a unifier. Unlike our president now I’m a unifier… It looks like we’re not going to have a good relationship. Who knows, I hope to have a good relationship with him but it sounds like he’s not willing to address the problem either.

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May 16

H/T reader squodgy:

“The English populace is already getting the shitty end of the stick with Camoron, so, it will be interesting to see him suck up to Trump.
However one slimeball and one bully would never meld.”


Trump says he expects poor relationship with UK leader:

LONDON (AP) — U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump says he may have a poor relationship with Prime Minister David Cameron in light of the British leader’s criticism of Trump’s call for all Muslims to be temporarily banned from entering the United States.

Trump’s comments, broadcast Monday on ITV’s “Good Morning Britain” made headlines in Britain, which claims a “special relationship” with America. Trump’s suggestion of a temporary Muslim ban led to a petition signed by half a million people demanding that Parliament hold a debate on whether he should be banned from the country. Lawmakers held the debate, but rejected a ban. Continue reading »

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May 15

London’s Ex-Mayor Compares The European Union To Hitler:

The history of the last couple of thousand years has been broadly repeated attempts by various people or institutions – in a Freudian way – to rediscover the lost childhood of Europe, this golden age of peace and prosperity under the Romans, by trying to unify it. Napoleon, Hitler, various people tried this out, and it ends tragically.”

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May 15

H/t reader squodgy:

“A frightener to try to sway for the Brexit referendum.
Go for the vulnerable & let their imagination go riot.
No pictures available of the suspect device….ha ha ha ha.”


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Manchester United match vs Bournemouth abandoned after suspect package found at Old Trafford:

Greater Manchester Police say the ‘incredibly lifelike’ device was destroyed in a controlled explosion

Tens of thousands of people were forced to evacuate Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium minutes before kick-off after a suspect package was found.

Members of the Army Bomb Squad later went to the ground to examine what senior  figures told the Independent appeared to be a phone attached to a gas pipe. Continue reading »

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May 15

Britain set to be chillier than Moscow and Minsk:

Temperatures to plunge from 20C to less than zero in just a few hours…

a marked contrast to balmy weather of up to 27C over past week. Continue reading »

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May 14

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Related info:

BREXIT THE MOVIE (FULL MUST-WATCH DOCUMENTARY)

Flashback:

Max Keiser on Greece: ‘The IMF is a Financial Mafia’:

“The International Monetary Fund is that last thing you need. You will lose your sovereignty. It exercises terrorism. You will be raped in such a way, that it will be the worst pain you have ever felt.”


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Brexit consequences for UK would be ‘very, very bad,’ warns IMF:

MF Chief Christine Lagarde has once again spoken against the UK leaving the European Union. She has predicted “a sharp” drop in equity and house prices, increased borrowing costs and a sudden stop of investment inflows into commercial real estate and finance.

“We have looked at all the scenarios. We have done our homework and we haven’t found anything positive to say about a Brexit vote,” she said at a press conference at the Treasury in London on Friday. According to the IMF, the impact would range from “pretty bad to very, very bad.” Continue reading »

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May 14

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May 13

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Dan Hannan, Nigel Farage and Kate Hoey make their case for Brexit. Whilst Nick Clegg, Liz Kendall and Chuka Umunna argue that Britain is better off remaining a part of the European Union. Andrew Neil chairs.

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May 12

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Full-Blown Fearmongering: Bank Of England Warns Of Recession, “Sharp” Sterling Fall If UK Leaves Europe:

While the Bank of England voted unanimously 9-0 to keep rates on hold at 0.5%, what the market was far more focused on the BOE’s latest gloomy scenarios about what would happen should the UK vote for Brexit on June 23. The BOE did not disappoint, and cautioned that that sterling could fall “sharply” and unemployment would probably rise, while in the press conference after the announcement BOE governor and former Goldmanite Mark Carney went all the way warning Brexit “could possibly lead to recession.”

That this takes place just days after UK’s David Cameron warned of a World War threat should the UK leave the EU is not surprising: after all the whole point is to scare the UK population into submission and into a vote to stay in the EU. Continue reading »

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May 12

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London’s New Mayor To Donald Trump: Let Muslims In Or They Will Attack The US:

Ever since he officially took office on May 9, London’s first Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan wasted no time in criticizing and attacking Donald Trump’s proposed Muslim ban. Several days ago, the presumptive candidate told the New York Times that he was happy to see Mr Khan elected, saying it could be “very, very good.” However, the pleasantry was not returned, and instead Khan said Trump’s “ignorant” view of Islam could make both Britain and the US less safe, which ironically implies more potential terrorist attacks by Muslims in both the US and the UK.

Khan brushed aside Trump’s suggestion that he would exempt him from his proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States, and said that “this isn’t just about me – it’s about my friends, my family and everyone who comes from a background similar to mine, anywhere in the world,” he said. Quoted by the Telegraph, Khan added: “Donald Trump’s ignorant view of Islam could make both of our countries less safe – it risks alienating mainstream Muslims around the world and plays into the hands of extremists.” He may well be right, although it only pushes the discussion back to square one – how should the US (and not just the US in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels) defend itself from extremists? Continue reading »

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