No Truth Please, We’re British


The left in the EU, in the UK and the US are insane, 1400 years of jihad — war, terror, rape, murder, slavery oppression women and yet they still they can’t connect the dots. Islam is what life was in the 7th Century do you really what that especially if you are female?

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From Frontpage Mag, by Bruce Bawer

Killing the messenger after the London attacks.

After last Wednesday’s deadly attack outside London’s Houses of Parliament, the left-wing British media expressed outrage – not at the appalling way in which Islam and Islamic terrorism have transformed life and sown death throughout the Western world, but at the purported moral depravity of those who dare to connect the dots.

In the Guardian, Jon Henley and Amber Jamiesen sneered at Marine Le Pen for “linking the London attack to migrant policy, despite the attacker being British.” (My emphasis.) They smeared as “xenophobic” Nigel Farage’s argument “that the London attacks proved Donald Trump’s hardline immigration and anti-Muslim policies were correct.” The Independent‘s Maya Oppenheimer censured Farage’s comments, too, countering his critique of multiculturalism by saying he’d “failed to mention the fact many of the victims of the attack were in fact foreigners…

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Protests from USA to Russia


California Trump Supporter hit by Obama Supporter March 2017

Civil Unrest is rising around the world. In the USA, demonstrations have been organized to support Donald Trump in a counter-demonstration move against the Obama/Soros uprising. In Los Angeles, Trump supporters were confronted by opponents of Trump and the two groups ended in violence. The Obama/Soros supporters were partially traditionally masked.

The Trump supporters were trying to organize marches in about 40 US cities for Sunday. However, many cities were denying the Trump supporters the right to even assemble. In Philadelphia, the police stopped such an event they alleged for safety, as the news page Philly.com reported.

Russian Protests 3-26-2017

I wanted to see how RT would report the Russian protests. They reported that about 600 people were arrested and some 8,000 people protested. As the rally continued, RT reported that the “police used loudspeakers to call on the protesters to disperse.”

The protest was against corruption, and they accused Minister President Dmitry Medvedev of corruption, demanding his resignation. A few days ago, six officials had been arrested for embezzlement of public funds, which were actually intended for construction work on the estate of President Vladimir Putin. As the Russian investigative committee reported on Wednesday, at least 225 million rubles (around 3.6 million euros) were devoted to the construction of “public buildings”. 

According to Russian media reports, money was spent on building several buildings on Putin’s property in Novo-Ogarevo near Moscow. Kaminow and its partners were supposed to build a reception building, a hotel, and a garage there between 2012 and 2015, as the newspaper Kommersant reported. The contract amounted to a total of 5.7 billion rubles, of which 45 per cent went to Ateks without the works being completed.

Navalny had been arrested in Moscow by security forces and taken to a police station. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered around the bus to stop them from leaving. Navalny is mainly known for his blogs in Russia. A court sentenced him to a suspended sentence of five years in February for embezzlement. Navalny, on the other hand, wants to appeal. He plans to compete in the 2018 presidential election against Vladimir Putin. According to surveys, however, the liberal opposition has few chances. However, the anti-corruption protests are hoping for more popularity among the population.

“I am very glad that so many people from the east of the country go to Moscow,” said Navalny shortly before his arrest. He called for the protests after he had made allegations against Medvedev, after which he had accumulated a wealth far above his income. A spokesman for the Prime Minister called the allegations “propagandistic attacks”.

At a demonstration in Vladivostok on the Japanese Sea Reuters, reporters counted atleast 30 attacks. People unrolled a banner with the words “The Minister President must answer”. A 17-year-old student said that in many other countries, governments would have to step down after such accusations. According to eyewitnesses, there have also been arrests in Yekaterinburg in the Ural industrial region. Media also reported arrests in other cities, including St. Petersburg and Novosibirsk.

KOMMONSENTSJANE – NSA WHISTLEBLOWER – NSA SPIED ON CONGRESS, SUPREME COURT, AND TRUMP


The IC has everything on their data storage in Utah, so its best that you assume that everything you do electronic is public.

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NSA Whistleblower: NSA Spied On Congress, Supreme Court & Trump

 March 27, 2017

(Information Liberation) NSA whistleblower William Binney told Tucker Carlson on Friday that the NSA is spying on “all the members of the Supreme Court, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Congress, both House and Senate, as well as the White House.”tucker

NSA Spied On Congress, Supreme Court & Trump 1 informationliberation.com

Binney, who served the NSA for 30 years before blowing the whistle on domestic spying in 2001, told Tucker he firmly believes that Trump was spied on.

“They’re taking in fundamentally the entire fiber network inside the United States and collecting all that data and storing it, in a program they call Stellar Wind,” Binney said.

“That’s the domestic collection of data on US citizens, US citizens to other US citizens,” he said. “Everything we’re doing, phone calls, emails and then financial transactions, credit cards, things like…

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KOMMONSENTSJANE – LEADER OF WOMEN’S MARCH STRIPPED OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP, DEPORTED


Well at least we got rid of a few of them.

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Leader of Women’s March stripped of U.S. citizenship, deported

These radicals are the kinds of people Democrats and liberals look up to, it seems.

Shameful.

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March 27, 2017

The organizers and speakers in charge of the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. in January was a who’s who of liberal whack-jobs.

For example, one of the key note speakers, Donna Hylton, once kidnapped, tortured and murdered a gay man (no, really).

Another, Linda Sarsour, was exposed for having deep ties to Islamic terror organizations.

Trump supporters cried foul and said these speakers and organizers weren’t patriotic Americans, but instead were looking to cause trouble.

Turns out, they were right. Friday, one of the organizers of these leftist causes was stripped of her U.S. citizenship and, following a plea hearing on Apr. 25th, will be deported from the country for lying to immigration officials about her role in a…

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Leaving The EU’s Customs Union Is The Only Logical Step For A Truly “Global Britain”


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Authored by Vincenzo Scarpetta via Open Europe,

As UK Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger the Article 50 EU exit mechanism on Wednesday, Open Europe has published a new report, entitled, ‘Nothing to declare: A plan for UK-EU trade outside the Customs Union.’

The study concludes that leaving the EU’s Customs Union is the only logical step for the UK to pursue an independent trade policy and achieve a truly ‘Global Britain’ outside the EU. Open Europe assesses different models of collaboration outside a customs union, and argues that the UK and the EU should aim for full cooperation on the practicalities and administration of customs as part of a comprehensive UK-EU free trade deal.

A dozen key points on customs

  • The UK should leave the EU’s Customs Union (EUCU). The UK Government has stated its intention to leave key parts of EUCU (the Common External Tariff and the Common Commercial Policy). Open Europe’s assessment is that leaving these and EUCU overall is correct. Brexit means the UK must be able to shape its own trade policy. It can only do so outside of EUCU.
  • The UK should not seek a ‘half-in, half-out’ arrangement, which would be the worst of all worlds. The UK should leave EUCU entirely to maximise opportunities. Prime Minister Theresa May has suggested that she is open to being an “associate member” of EUCU or remaining a signatory to elements of it. Open Europe believes that, while it is sensible to keep an open mind, no ‘half-in’ option is better than being fully out. Nonetheless, the UK should consider retaining membership of some relevant conventions.
  • It is in both the UK’s and EU’s interest quickly to secure full cooperation on the practicalities and administration of customs as part of a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Such an agreement could be a chapter in a UK-EU FTA or an accompanying, discrete customs facilitation agreement. The EU already has agreements on customs facilitation with non-members, including Switzerland and Canada. A comprehensive UK-EU FTA will ensure the continuation of tariff-free UK-EU trade and minimise customs delays.
  • There will inevitably be a degree of cost to the UK economy associated with leaving EUCU.Some costs will be one-off adaptation costs (e.g. technology investment which may have benefited the UK anyway); other costs will be on-going frictional costs to UK-EU trade. These costs can be minimised and may be offset by trade liberalisation with non-EU partners.
  • The UK must take action now to minimise costs and seize new opportunities. Some steps are unilateral, domestic reforms; others are bilateral with specific EU members (above all Ireland); other negotiations need to happen at EU level, or indeed more broadly.
  • There will also be costs to the EU economy and these costs will be much greater if full customs cooperation with the UK is not secured. The costs to the EU economy will be greatest in those countries and industries which export the most to the UK. If comprehensive customs cooperation and an FTA are secured, these costs will be minimised.
  • There are challenges and opportunities from leaving EUCU but these vary from sector to sector, and even between companies in the same industry. Individual companies will need to look carefully at their supply chains and consider making adjustments where appropriate.
  • Free trade does not require a customs union and over half of UK trade happens without it.Most UK trade (51.5% in 2015) is not with the EU. Non-EU trade takes place without a customs union and is growing faster than trade with the EU. In 2015, the US was the largest recipient of UK goods exports (16.6%). There is no EU-US FTA, let alone a customs union.
  • Companies with complex supply chains can trade without a customs union. For example, automotive supply chains cross the US-Canada border. Both countries are North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) members, but are not in a customs union. Nonetheless, leaving EUCU will challenge companies with complex supply chains. To address challenges, the UK and EU need an FTA to eliminate tariffs, to agree liberal cumulation so more products transformed in either the UK or EU can be considered as originating anywhere else in the UK or EU, and to cooperate and use technology to minimise bureaucratic delays and costs.
  • The UK should ‘grandfather’ – i.e. replicate – the FTAs that the EU has concluded with third countries. The UK, as an EU member, is currently party to over 30 FTAs with over 60 non-EU countries. The Canada-EU FTA, CETA, is one example. Discussions on how to ‘grandfather’ these agreements should be underway bilaterally between the UK and third countries but also need to engage the EU. Protecting these agreements will secure the freest possible trade, safeguarding existing global supply chains, and supporting growth in global trade.
  • There is an extremely strong economic case for full UK-EU customs cooperation; the question of whether it is achieved or not is primarily political as much as practical.Reaching a comprehensive UK-EU customs agreement will be technically easier than other trade agreements. As an EU member, the UK’s customs systems are already fully recognised by EU members and the UK already applies EU product standards. Businesses across the EU are used to tariff-free trade – so there will be less pressure to defend specific industries.
  • The UK and EU should consider a transition period to extend the UK’s EUCU membership for one or even two years. Theresa May has suggested “phased implementation” for new arrangements on customs systems. The two-year Article 50 timetable is a challenging limit for negotiations. A transitional period would increase chances of a favourable deal for both sides, and minimise potential disruption to UK and EU business. It would also give governments and business time to adapt, including by upgrading customs procedures and IT. Agreement on a transition period is most useful early in the Brexit negotiations to reduce the risk of companies making rushed decisions on changes.

The extended version of the executive summary is available here.

To read the full report, click here.

California’s Congresswoman Maxine Waters Calls for Trump Impeachment Because Putin Invaded Korea?


The long list of reasons Maxine Waters says Trump should be impeached simply reflect why she is totally incapable of being anyone’s representative in Congress. She said Putin supplied the bombs for Aleppo that killed children. First of all, that took place under Obama before the election, and it is plainly documented that it was the USA supplying arms to al-Qaida and the Obama Administration tried to distance itself when mass graves were discovered where the rebels were killing numerous people with US supplied arms. How can you impeach Trump for something that took place before the election? The mass graves were discovered December 26th, 2016.

Then, Waters says Trump should be impeached because Russia hacked the DNC and exposed all the lies the Democrats were fostering. Obama himself said Russia did not hack the voting machines. Obama  plainly said“We stand behind our election results, which accurately reflect the will of the American people.” Assuming Russia did the hacking of the DNC, no Democrat ever said all the emails exposing the lies were false. The hack simply showed the truth. If the Democrats keep talking about Russia hacking the DNC enough without admitting there was no hack of voting machines, they hope to make people think Russia actually changed the vote.

But the most insane part is she then said Trump should be impeached because Putin invaded Korea. Sorry, Putin did not invade Korea and if he did, the West would probably cheer if it was the North. She is just totally incompetent to serve in Congress. You cannot impeach a president for something he may have done prior to office. She confuses her timelines and obviously has no sense of geography. This is the quality of people California sends to Washington along with Dianne Feinstein and Nancy Pelosi.

The Real Reason Governments are Blaming Youtube for Terrorism 


Governments do not and never had appreciated “Free” Speech; and our founders knew that and its why we have the 1st and 2nd amendments.

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Source: The Daily Bell

Ban all the things, and when we all live in padded prison cells, we will be safe from terrorists!

That is the plan. Because access to information is really the problem, according to the British government. As soon as people don’t have access to extremist material online, all this madness will surely stop!

The Prime Minister’s official spokesman said: “The fight against terrorism and hate speech has to be a joint one. The government and security services are doing everything they can and it is clear that social media companies can and must do more.

“Social media companies have a responsibility when it comes to making sure this material is not disseminated and we have been clear repeatedly that we think that they can and must do more. We are always talking with them on how to achieve that.

“The ball is now in their court…

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WW III Is Near as Russia Is Militarizing Rockets to Take Out US Satellites Leaving Amerca Defenseless 


It’s obvious to anyone with military training that in today’s world, if there was a war, the wind would be the one that dominated in space. Take out your opponents satellites and GPS and you are finished.

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Source: The Common Sense Show, by Dave Hodges

For decades, the US military and government denied that near space orbit was, or ever would be, a potential military battleground. The militarization of outerspace was expressly forbidden by international law and treaty. However, it was at this time that America was busy reverse engineering Nazi technology from captured German scientists. The advancements in technology were amazing (eg vertical liftoff craft that could seemingly defy gravity). Meanwhile, the conventional military hailed the arrival of the Harrier het and its hovering ability. NASA was a front to deceive our enemies as well as the American public.

Today, the militarization of space, although not described in detail, is no longer the absolute secret that it once was. China, Russia, India and the United States are all partaking in establishing the same level of aggression above, that is catching up to the violence levels below.

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Occam’s Razor – If You Listen To Every Nunes Public Statement in Sequence…


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The Case Against FBI Director Comey Grows – Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes Explains Need for White House SCIF Visit…


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