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May 26 16:18

ANN COULTER: 'Europe Is Committing Suicide By Immigration'

Ann discusses European state suicide, immigration, terrorism and vetting refugees.

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May 26 14:46

Euro Patent Office prez's brake line cut – aka how to tell you're not popular

The president of the European Patent Office (EPO), Benoit Battistelli, has already been on the receiving end of an official censure from his board, a series of strikes, several highly critical news reports, and a zero per cent confidence rating. But an announcement sent to all staff on Wednesday topped the lot.

"Deliberate damage to personal property of the President," read the subject line in an email sent from EPO vice president Željko Topi? and seen by The Register.

"I would like to draw your attention to an incident which happened at some time yesterday in the non-public underground parking area of the Isar Building.

"The bicycle belonging to President Battistelli was damaged to an extent that even the brakes were tampered with. This was without doubt a deliberate act of vandalism."

May 26 10:39

Migrants Thank 89-Yr-Old Austrian Man Who Gave Them Euros by Robbing Him

Time and again, an 89-year old man in Bruck gave three teenagers euro coins - and this is how they thanked him: One of them lured the infirm elderly man out of the house, the other kept watch, the third one searched the rooms for money. The theft failed thanks to a brave neighbor.

May 26 10:27

Migration hits second highest level EVER at 333,000 and nearly HALF are from the EU as Boris Johnson warns we can ‘kiss goodbye’ to border controls without Brexit

Britain's ability to control its borders has taken centre stage in the EU referendum battle after new figures showed net annual migration running at 333,000.

The level is the second highest ever and more than triple David Cameron's target. The numbers coming from the EU equalled their previous record at 184,000 and made up nearly half the total.

May 26 07:57

Why Norway voted NO to the EU - and why it’s NEVER looked back

Norwegians voted ‘no’ to the EU in a heated referendum in 1994 – and we are not regretting it.

Quite the opposite.

May 26 07:47

France: “State of Emergency” Extends State Terrorism as Nationwide Protests Gather Momentum

As riots, strikes and protests sweep across France, ostensibly driven by a revolt against new labour laws introduced by the Government’s labour reform bill, we ask if we are seeing the escalation of the chaos strategy designed to create unrest and divide social movements, thus undermining any genuine grass-roots organisation against the ever extending “state of emergency”.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Or are we seeing the start of a global revolution against the money-junkies?

May 26 07:47

British Armed Forces Would Be Stronger Outside The EU, Say Former Military Chiefs

Former military leaders have rallied in favor of a British exit from the EU, citing the perils of allowing Brussels to run the country.

Senior military figures have spoken for and against the EU over the course of the campaign. The latest intervention saw no less than 12 former officers call for a Brexit.

May 25 15:36

‘Not Remotely On The Cards’ Cameron Rules Out Turkey Joining EU Anytime Soon

David Cameron ruled out Turkey joining the EU anytime soon, saying Ankara may join the bloc ‘in about the year 3000.’

May 25 15:30

French nuclear workers vote to join strike against labour laws

Staff at France’s 19 nuclear plants have voted to go on strike on Thursday amid escalating protests against labour reforms.

Workers at the Nogent-sur-Seine plant near Paris have already started a 24-hour stoppage.

The action is not thought likely to provoke power cuts, due to legal limits on strike action in the nuclear industry and power imports from abroad.

The latest action comes as the CGT union hardens its opposition to new labour laws.

“It is no longer enough for us go out on the streets, they don’t listen to us anymore. Now we will start with heavier arms, a little more substantial, and we all fight and tell the government that this is enough,” said CGT official Jean-Claude Colin.

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?

May 25 15:04

Now EU wants to make our advert breaks longer: Brussels set to scrap rules that limit commercials to 12 minutes an hour

Television viewers may have to sit through even more adverts after Brussels said it would scrap rules limiting the length of breaks in shows.

The European Commission yesterday revealed it wants to dump restrictions preventing channels showing more than 12 minutes of commercials each hour.

Officials also want to loosen rules restricting product placement to allow more in-your-face American-style brand promotion.

May 25 12:55

3 new divisions at Russian border are ‘only one measure’ against NATO build-up – Russia’s envoy

Russia’s plan to deploy two new divisions in its west and one in its south is only one step along the way to countering NATO’s significantly increased military presence on its borders, Russia’s envoy to the alliance said.

“Our security interests are to be firmly protected. Deployment of the three divisions announced by the defense minister is only one of the measures, which should be considered in this regard,” Aleksandr Grushko said.

May 25 12:12

Brexit Fears Force Cameron To Seek Help From His Friends At G7 Summit

Prime Minister David Cameron will seek support for Britain remaining in the European Union from world leaders at the G7 summit this week, amid accusations the PM is courting global “elites.”

Cameron flew to Japan on Tuesday night, leaving a kingdom divided over whether to leave or remain in the EU. The referendum takes place in less than a month, on June 23.

May 25 09:55

Eurogroup Agrees To Disburse €7.5BN To Greece Which Will Be Used To Repay Creditors

Once upon a time, markets trembled when Greek bailout implementation headlines were announced, which is what just happened if slightly ahead of our forecast schedule...

... and this time nobody cares. Well maybe the Greeks do, but by now even they realize that most of the "money" they receive will be used to repay creditors and especially the ECB, and they will see virtually none of it.

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May 25 09:02

Why Greece is top of Germany's to-do list - again

German leaders spent much of the first half of 2015 wrangling Europe into a deal that would – they hoped – allow Greece to pay off its debts by restructuring its economy and making deep cuts to public spending.

But almost a year later the stricken Mediterranean country is once again top of the agenda at meetings of the Eurogroup (finance ministers of countries that use the Euro single currency) – with the latest set for Tuesday afternoon.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The very nature of private central banking is designed so that once you are a debt-slave, you STAY a debt-slave!

May 25 08:40

Europe May Soon be Swept by a New Wave of Migrants

These days, as Europe is engaged in a behind the scenes fight with Turkey to put an end to the flow of illegal migrants along the “Turkish route”, European officials prefer to keep silent about yet another impressive wave of illegal migrants coming to the EU from Africa.

May 25 08:09

Generals fight for Brexit: Our forces would be stronger outside 'not fit for purpose' EU, says a dozen former top brass

Britain's Armed Forces would be more effective outside the European Union, 12 former generals and admirals claim today.

Throwing their weight behind the Brexit campaign, the former military top brass say the EU has become 'intrusive', 'out of control' and 'not fit for purpose'.

They reject the idea that a Brexit would have a negative impact on the UK's defence and security, saying that Nato is responsible for peace across Europe.

And in a shattering blow to No 10, one of Britain's most respected generals claims EU law has seriously undermined the country's combat effectiveness.

General Sir Michael Rose says service personnel are in danger of becoming 'no more than civilians in uniform'.

May 25 08:05

Erdogan warns of scrapping EU refugee deal

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will scrap a refugee deal with the EU unless his country’s key demand of visa-free travel is granted.

May 25 07:53

Europe gets its first modern Russian-made airliners

United Aircraft Corporation says the first Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) plane has been delivered to its inaugural European customer Irish airline CityJet.

Under the $1 billion contract, CityJet will lease 15 SSJ100 airplanes with an option for an additional 16 aircraft. The Irish airline will receive three aircraft in 2016, and the rest from 2017 onwards.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

While the US makes war, Russia makes deals!

May 24 16:13

PROOF OF ELECTION FRAUD IN AUSTRIAN ELECTIONS EMERGES

*ELECTION FRAUD IN ONE RURAL TOWN INVOLVED ADDING 50% TO THE ELECTORAL ROLL

*AT LEAST 4,200 OUT OF 13,000 VOTES FAKE

*ESTABLISHMENT CANDIDATE ALEXANDER VAN DER BELLEN WON THE TOWN

*FRAUD SPOTTED ON INTERNET BY ORDINARY READER SCRUTINIZING LOCAL RESULTS

*INTERIOR MINISTRY FORCED TO ADMIT COULD BE MANY SIMILAR “MISTAKES”

*CORRECT RESULT ALTERED BY LOWER AUSTRIAN ELECTION AUTHORITIES IN ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM

*INTERIOR MINISTRY OFFICIAL IN CHARGE OF ELECTION RESULTS AN ACTIVE SOCIAL DEMOCRAT POLITICIAN, RAISING ISSUE OF CONFLICT OF INTEREST

*SUDDEN REMOVAL OF INTERIOR MINISTER JOHANN MIKL LEITNER CLEARED WAY FOR FRAUD?

*NO SIGN OF ANY CHALLENGE TO “STOLEN” VOTE BY FREEDOM PARTY LEADERSHIP

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May 24 14:21

Brexit Could Damage UK Health Care: NHS Chief

Britain’s separation from the European Union (EU) could damage the country’s publicly funded health care system, referred to as the National Health Service (NHS), according to a senior NHS official.

May 24 09:55

Greek parliament pushes through more austerity measures to unlock bailout cash

In the midst of huge public protests, Athens has approved more budget cuts, tax increases and a new privatization fund to manage almost all state property in order to get further rescue loans from European creditors.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

More fuel for BREXIT!

May 24 09:54

‘We have solution to your problem’

Austria presidential race: Nationalists give voters feeling of ‘We have solution to your problem’

In an effort to win over new supporters after the Austrian anti-immigration Freedom Party’s Norbert Hofer nearly became the first far-right head of state in the EU, the government has promised to take measures on asylum for refugees and to boost security.

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(*another crooked election , I see .)

May 24 08:59

David Cameron's former guru Steve Hilton reveals he is backing Brexit from 'impenetrable' and 'hubristic' EU

PM's ex-policy adviser says 'taking back power' is the 'ideal choice for our times'

May 24 08:56

Copenhagen bars tired of ‘Sharia patrols’ rampage & threats raise issue with integration minister

A group of bar owners from one of Copenhagen’s suburbs, who have been endlessly harassed by Muslim youth activists trying to impose a so-called “Shariah zone”, have taken their case to a government minister, urging her to protect their businesses and the locals.

May 24 08:54

Never mind the b*******: Tories at breaking point over George Osborne's doomsday Brexit dossier

A FURIOUS Tory backlash over George Osborne’s doomsday dossier on Brexit tonight took the party to “breaking point” - as two ministers even threatened to quit.

May 24 08:54

EU ON THE BRINK: Brexit 'will LIBERATE EUROPE by triggering mass anti-Brussels backlash'

Right-wing populist Geert Wilders said Brexit on June 23 would triggering a "patriotic spring" across the continent.

Wilder, the outspoken leader of the anti-immigration Party for Freedom, is fiercely opposed to the Netherlands' EU membership.

And he hopes a British exit would have an "enormous effect" on the Eurosceptic movement in his country and beyond.

May 24 08:52

The Masses are Waking up, Nuit Debout Gatherings Spreading in Europe


Today on The Janssen Report: people are increasingly dissatisfied with the corruption and anti-social political decision-making in Europe. Nuit Debout is a new phenomenon that started in Paris on March 31st and is currently spreading to multiple countries (and numerous cities) in Europe. People gathering to discuss different topics on economics, politics and other matters they find of importance.
The corporate mainstream media hardly reports on it and if they do, they cover mostly the negative aspects (such as rioting).
I think it's a very positive sign of the masses waking up to the harsh reality of fascism and economic slavery that we are facing.

May 24 08:47

Cameron Says Turkey Unlikely to Join EU Before 'Year 3000'

Turkey is unlikely to join the European Union any time soon, UK Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday, forecasting that Ankara would not accede to the block before year 3000.

May 24 08:28

China Quietly Prepares Golden Alternative to Dollar System

China, as current chair of the G-20 group of nations, called on France to organize a very special conference in Paris. The fact such a conference would even take place in an OECD country is a sign of how weakened the hegemony of the US-dominated Dollar System has become.

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"NUKE 'EM! NUKE 'EM! NUKE 'EM!" -- Official White Horse Souse

May 23 17:29

Fear-monger George Osborne attempts to bullshit public over Brexit

The head of the British Treasury, George Osborne, has warned that leaving the EU, known as Brexit, would lead the UK into a year-long recession as well as 820,000 job losses.

May 23 16:18

European Union: A House Divided

“LARGER NOW THAN THE ROMAN EMPIRE OF TWO THOUSAND YEARS AGO, MORE OPAQUE THAN THE BYZANTINE, THE EUROPEAN UNION CONTINUES TO BAFFLE OBSERVERS AND PARTICIPANTS ALIKE.”

— PERRY ANDERSON, BRITISH HISTORIAN

The European Union is one of the premier trade organizations on the planet, with a collective GDP that matches the world’s largest economies. But it is far more than a trade group. It is also a banker, a judicial system, a watchdog, a military alliance, and, increasingly, an enforcer of economic rules among its 28 members.

May 23 15:56

EU referendum poll tracker

There's a consistent pattern: in telephone polls remain tends to be in the lead; in internet polls the two sides are neck and neck.

The discrepancy between the two types of poll has narrowed in the last few months.

The lead for remain in phone polls is now about 8-12% when people who respond "don't know" are eliminated, down from about 20% last year. Internet polls have been suggesting a virtual dead heat for months.

May 23 15:32

Greek parliament pushes through more austerity measures to unlock bailout cash

The reforms involve new taxes on alcohol, tobacco, fuel, internet usage, cars, hotel stays, as well as an increase in the basic value-added tax rate from 23 to 24 percent.

May 23 15:09

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

A GERMAN bank has predicted Britain leaving the EU will cost the German economy almost £35BILLION - plunging the country into financial disrepair.

May 23 14:40

The Financial Invasion Of Greece

Economist Michael Hudson says IMF’s concern about Greek debt is bogus, this is full scale financial war, forcing Greece give up ports, pensions, properties.

May 23 09:34

NATO Build-Up in Baltics Raises Doubts About Announced 'Reset' With Moscow

NATO adheres to a dual-track strategy towards Russia, planning to combine "deterrence" with a "political dialogue". However, the planned deployment of NATO battalions in Poland and the Baltic States has already caused negative reaction from the Kremlin, and raised doubts about NATO's intention to "reset" relations with Moscow, Der Spiegel wrote.

May 23 09:33

Is Soros Funding Another Movement To Destabilize A New Democratically Elected Government

Is Soros Funding An Agitprop Protest Movement to Destabilize Poland’s New Democratically Elected Government?

May 23 09:23

US to Send Fewer Troops to Europe to 'Deter Russian Aggression'

The US informed its NATO allies it would send less troops to Eastern Europe for deterring “Russian aggression” than initially planned, undisclosed military sources revealed to the Wall Street Journal.

May 23 09:02

Why we MUST quit the EU, by Cameron's guru: Friend and strategist Steve Hilton breaks ranks on Brexit to say Britain will be 'literally ungovernable' unless we take back power from the self-serving elite

In a shattering blow to the Prime Minister, Steve Hilton claims the UK is ‘literally ungovernable’ as a democracy while it remains in a club that has been ‘corruptly captured’ by a self-serving elite.

And in an attack on Project Fear, the former No 10 adviser dismisses claims by Mr Cameron, the IMF and the Bank of England that being in the EU makes us more secure.

In an exclusive Daily Mail article, Mr Hilton – who persuaded Mr Cameron to stand for Tory leader – also delivers a devastating assessment of the PM’s referendum deal.

He says Mr Cameron made only ‘modest’ demands of Brussels – and that even these were swatted contemptuously aside. He also warns that Brussels will take revenge on Britain for the referendum if it votes to stay, by imposing fresh diktats.

May 23 09:00

Backing Brexit is 'immoral' and would make the country 'self-destruct' costing 820,000 jobs, say Cameron and Osborne as they AGAIN ramp up the Project Fear warnings

Brexit is the 'self-destruct option' that could cost 800,000 jobs and voting for it is 'immoral', David Cameron and George Osborne have warned.

In a grim joint appearance this morning, the Prime Minister and Chancellor said the 'profound' economic shock from leaving the EU would cause a recession on the scale of the credit crunch.

Mr Cameron even argued that it was 'immoral' to favour quitting the bloc as the Treasury published dramatic analysis showing the economy would shrink by 1 per cent in a single quarter if there is a Leave vote on June 23.

May 23 08:54

Austria's Far-Right presidential candidate LOSES his bid to become EU's first anti-immigrant leader as postal votes swing the election against him

Webmaster addition: If the postal vote reverses the outcome of an election, then the Postal Vote is suspect!

May 23 08:43

CASH NOW USED FOR FEWER THAN HALF CONSUMER PAYMENTS…

Britain has passed another milestone on the path to a cashless society, with 2015 the first year that cash was used for less than half of all payments by consumers.

May 23 08:22

FIX IS IN: Green Party Commie Wins Austrian Election, Far-Right Loses Despite Lead

The left-wing communist Green Party candidate Alexander Van der Bellen has been declared the winner of Austria's presidential election.

While Van der Bellen was down by 144,006 votes, he supposedly managed to win over 60% of the 750,000+ postal votes counted overnight.

May 23 07:55

The EU and IMF deal over Southern Europe hangs over the Brexit debate

Is Europe the new Japan? It is an oft-posed question and one that is hanging over the Brexit debate. Leavers argue that if Europe is going to be a sclerotic economic region, maybe the UK is better getting shot of it. Remainers reply that quitting the EU does not mean you quit the European economic space and that in any case parts of Europe are doing all right. The problem is southern Europe, not the continent as a whole, and in particular Greece.

May 23 07:53

‘This is my home’: Thousands gather for anti-migrant rally in Rome (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Thousands of people have taken part in an anti-migrant rally in the Italian capital, Rome, staged by the far-right Casa Pound group.

"Stop the invasion! This is my home," the crowd chanted as it started its march from a reception place for migrants and refugees at Piazza Vittorio square on Saturday.

May 23 07:51

Beware what you wish for: Russia is ready for war

Global Robocop NATO predictably discussed Afghanistan (a war NATO ignominiously lost); Iraq (a war the Pentagon ignominiously lost); Libya (a nation NATO turned into a failed state devastated by militia hell); Syria (a nation NATO, via Turkey, would love to invade, and is already a militia hell).

Afghans must now rest assured that NATO’s Resolute Support mission – plus “financial support for Afghan forces” – will finally assure the success of Operation Enduring Freedom forever.

May 23 07:21

Cameron Desperate To Get ‘Remainers’ On Board: Analyst

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s opposition to Turkey joining the European Union is a desperate move to get the “Remainers” — those who want to remain in the EU — on board, according to a British journalist political commentator.

May 23 07:18

Ex-Deputy NATO Commander Predicts Russia Will Start WW3 in May 2017

This is unbelievable. We know top NATO officers tend to be peculiar characters (recall the famous warmongers Philip Breedlove and Wesley Clark) but so far they stayed clear of claiming magical powers.

This is no longer the case British general Richard Shirreff who between 2011 and 2014 served as the Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe has consulted his crystal ball and has concluded that in the fifth month next year Russia will invade Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Ukraine.

May 23 07:17

U.S., UK, And EU, Are Now Dictatorships

How can it be that in virtually all of the Presidential-candidate head-to-head Democratic versus Republican polling that was done of both Democratic and Republican candidates during the primaries, the preferred Democratic candidate against any one of the Republican candidates was Bernie Sanders, but he almost certainly won’t be that Party’s nominee (and there’s more on that here).

May 23 03:44

Poland braced for EU Commission opinion amid row

The European Commission is on Monday expected to issue an opinion critical of the state of democracy and the rule of law in Poland under the country’s Law and Justice (PiS) government.

The commission, the executive body of the European Union, last week gave Poland until Monday to find a solution to an ongoing row and a deadlock over the country’s Constitutional Tribunal.

But since then tensions have escalated, with the PiS-dominated parliament voting through a resolution on Friday calling on the government to "defy all actions infringing" Poland’s sovereignty and pointing a blaming finger at Brussels.

A critical opinion by the European Commission would be a further step in a long process that could lead to the EU imposing penalties on Warsaw, theoretically including the suspension of its voting rights in the EU Council.

But Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has said his country would veto any such move, which would have to be backed unanimously by EU member states.

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May 22 14:30

Austria's Own Trump On Cusp Of Winning Presidency

Anti-globalist, anti-migrant invasion, pro-gun Norbert Hofer could be the first far-right head of state elected in Europe since 1945.

May 22 14:25

Brown: Brexit 'Would Send The Wrong Message About The UK'

Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has warned against Britain leaving the European Union (EU), saying it “would send the wrong message about the UK”.

In a speech delivered in London on Saturday, Brown said if Britain could not cooperate with its nearest neighbors, it would make it harder for young people to plan their futures.

May 22 11:36

NATO’s move near Russia, preparation for war: Analyst

Press TV has interviewed Mike Billington, from the Asia Desk of the Executive Intelligence Review in Leesburg, about Russia condemning NATO for granting membership to Montenegro.

May 22 11:36

Turkey keeps Syrian scholars, sends off others: EU

Turkey is banning Syrian academics from leaving the country and only permitting the severely ill and uneducated refugees to take part in a one-for-one controversial resettlement deal with the EU, a report says.

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Remember what I said about "filtering?"

May 22 11:27

Russia Has Last Seen Such Amassing of Hostile Forces on Its Borders in 1941

Russia has not seen such a major military buildup close to its borders since 1941 when the Third Reich sent the Wehrmacht to conquer the Soviet Union, Professor Stephen F. Cohen said in his recent interview on The John Batchelor Show, referring to NATO's increasingly assertive strategy in Eastern Europe and the Baltics.

May 22 11:09

Enough Is Enough! French Farmers Await End of Russian Food Import Ban

The European farmers’ association has urged the European Commission to find a way to prod Russian to lift its ban on food imports from Europe, La France Agricole reported.

May 22 06:15

Austrians vote on rightist contenders

Austrians have gone to the polls in a presidential election that serves as a bellwether for rising populist sentiments in Europe.

Norbert Hofer of the right-wing populist Freedom Party enters the run-off election as the favourite, after the 45-year-old won the first round in April with 35 per cent of the votes.

Alexander Van der Bellen, a 72-year-old former Green party leader, came in second in April, with 21 per cent. Although he runs as an independent, his campaign was financed by the Greens.

As the Freedom Party has a eurosceptic and anti-immigration stance that is also followed by other populist parties in Europe, the presidential race has drawn an unusual amount of attention abroad, especially in neighbouring Germany, where the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) enjoys growing support.

Andre Poggenburg, the AfD chief in the eastern German state of Saxony-Anhalt, said that a win by Hofer would be a signal for Germany and noted an "atmosphere of change when it comes to national parties" in Europe.

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May 22 06:08

Three die in gun rampage in western Austria

Three people have died after a gunman open fired on a crowd at a concert in Nenzing in western Austria and then turned the gun on himself.

Eleven others were reportedly injured in the shocking incident that took place 3am on Sunday morning at a concert being held by a motorcycle club.

Around 150 people were attending the event held by the local club.

The 27-year-old had reportedly been arguing with a woman in a car park. When the argument escalated, he apparently got a gun from his car and started shooting at the crowd.

After killing two people and injuring eleven others, he then returned to the car and shot himself.

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May 21 17:11

Portugal Powers Itself for Four Straight Days with 100% Renewable Energy

Waking Times

Energy is perhaps the most important issue of human civilization at this time, and we are fortunate to bear witness to many exciting changes happening right before our eyes when it comes to creating the shift away from destructive fossil fuel power.

May 21 12:13

Hungary PM: Clinton is George Soros Puppet, Wants to Overrun EU With Millions of Muslims

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban slammed Bill Clinton as a puppet of billionaire George Soros for supporting his plan to flood the EU with "millions" of hostile Muslims.

May 21 09:24

BEX ALERT - Brexit would hit house prices, says Osborne

A UK vote to leave the European Union would cause an "immediate economic shock" that could hold back growth in house prices, the chancellor has said.

May 21 09:24

Europe realized isolating Russia is ‘failed policy’ – Russia’s envoy to NATO

Europeans have come to know that the policy of isolating Russia “has failed,” as external threats showed need for close cooperation, Russia’s envoy to NATO said. He doubted NATO’s diplomatic facade, reminding that the block’s policy is focused on rival Russia.

May 21 09:23

Over 350 European groups urge Israeli boycott

More than 300 groups in Europe have urged the EU to hold Israel accountable for its human rights violations and join a global campaign for boycott of Israeli products.

May 21 09:23

Elites vs the People: Ordinary Europeans' Attitudes to Russia are Changing

Russian commentators Anna Shafran and Elena Ananeva offer an interesting perspective on why many ordinary Europeans do not consider Russia to be their enemy, whatever politicians and the media might say.

May 21 09:01

RAW VIDEO: Police Battle Refugee Riots At Migrant Camp In Greece

This is pretty intense...

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May 20 12:50

REPOST - Brexit The Movie

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Send this to everyone you know in Great Britain!

May 20 12:17

Poland's PM defies EU pressure over constitutional crisis

Poland's prime minister has defied pressure from European Union leaders who are urging an end to a dragging political conflict, saying her conservative government will never bow to any ultimatum.

Prime Minister Beata Szydlo was responding Friday to a warning from the EU, which said it will take action next week unless Warsaw takes steps toward ending a stalemate that is paralyzing Poland's Constitutional Tribunal. The EU could recommend ways of fixing the issue and could even impose sanctions in the name of protecting EU values.

Speaking in Parliament, Szydlo drew an outcry from the opposition by saying the "Polish government will never yield to any ultimatum" but only to the will of the Poles. She said Poland was "in dialogue" with the EU and expressed surprise at its tone.

May 20 11:39

France on Fire: Transit Workers Riot Over EU-Backed Labor Reforms

220,000 French workers have blocked roadways, burned police cars, and violently rioted in opposition to measures that limit pay and expand poor working conditions.

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Good for the French!

May 20 11:23

BEX ALERT - Russia Bombed Syria to Flood Europe With Refugees - National Public Radio

The “Morning Edition” program of the U.S. National Public Radio network — which is America’s most-trusted American source of news as measured by “the ratio of people who trust a news outlet to those who distrust it” — included on May 20th a segment, “Russia's Involvement In Syria Worsens Migration Crisis, Zannier Says”, in which the interviewer, Renee Montagne, opened her interview of Lamberto Zannier, the Secretary General of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), by saying:

“There is actually a theory out there to do with the migration crisis in Europe, that Russia may have purposely been bombing Syria with an air campaign in order to send more Syrian migrants into Europe, to destabilize Europe. Now, I’m wondering whether you think that’s far-fetched, but, at the same time, it sort of fits the picture of a Cold War?”

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NPR is really pathetic, trying to claim the refugee crisis is all Putin's fault, as if years of US wars on Middle eastern nations had nothing to do with it.

May 20 09:32

Somali Migrants Attack 60 Minutes Crew In Sweden

While reporting in Stockholm, the crew for 60 Minutes Australia was violently attacked by Somali immigrants as soon as the police presence faded. They travelled to Sweden in search for answers on the migrant crisis. Instead they were treated to a lesson in the massive failure of multiculturalism.

Here's the video for anyone who hasn't seen it.

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May 20 09:03

Economists have a century of failure behind them. No wonder they back Remain now

Over the past few weeks, David Cameron and George Osborne have been claiming, over and again, that those of us who support Brexit have lost the economic argument. They want us to concede that we only really care about “sovereignty”, and to accept that this would come at a heavy cost in terms of forgone prosperity.

It’s a convenient narrative for the Remain side, and one which underpins its strategy to win the referendum. It’s also utter nonsense.

May 20 08:31

Same Question, Different Answers: What’s Going On With The Brexit Polls?

Depending on which poll you read this week, the UK is either baulking at the thought of leaving the EU or on a clear path to Brexit and the ensuing apocalypse world leaders have predicted. RT asks: what is going on?

In two polls published this week, the campaign for Britain to ‘remain’ in the EU had a clear lead over the ‘leave’ campaign.

May 19 18:59

Poisoned Fields - Glyphosate, the underrated risk?

Glyphosate is the world’s most widely used weed killer. Some claim it is completely harmless, others say it is a serious health hazard for man and animals. A topical investigation into a controversial substance.

May 19 16:46

Monsanto And The Poisoning Of Europe

This week, a Standing Committee of plant scientists from 28 member states in Europe is likely to endorse the European Food Safety Authority’s (EFSA) findings so that the European Commission (under pressure from Monsanto, Glyphosate Task Force and others) can re-authorise glyphosate for another nine years. This is despite the WHO classifying glyphosate as being “probably carcinogenic” to humans.

May 19 13:13

Glyphosate EU approval decision postponed as concerns refuse to go away

Commenting on the development, Green environment and food safety spokesperson Bart Staes stated:

"This latest postponement is a sign that the significant opposition to reapproving glyphosate is being taken seriously by key EU governments. It is clear that the EU Commission and the agro-chemical industry were hell-bent on bulldozing through the approval of glyphosate for unrestricted use for a long timeframe but thankfully this push has been headed off for now. We hope this postponement will convince more EU governments to join in opposing the approval of this controversial substance and, at the very least, to proactively propose comprehensive restrictions on its use.

"The Commission cannot keep coming back with proposals that do not address the concerns with glyphosate. Instead, it needs to finally recognise that there are major problems with glyphosate and legislate for this.

May 19 09:15

Mind The Gap: Gender Equality At Work Lags Behind European Average

New research shows the UK has one of the worst records for gender equality at work in Europe, making Prime Minister David Cameron’s promise to end Britain’s gender wage gap in a generation look increasingly unlikely.

May 19 08:14

Poland Calls for Permanent Troops on Russian Border Amid NATO War Games

The hostile NATO buildup along the Russian border comes after the military bloc’s missile defense system recently went online in Romania and last Friday’s announcement of ongoing construction of a separate anti-Russian missile shield in Poland.

The Pentagon aims to get Russia to use resources to respond in kind along their Western border, also suggesting that Moscow’s nuclear deterrent will be neutralized by increased NATO missile defense.

May 19 08:14

France Hesitant to Approve NATO Control of Missile Defense System in Europe

France is reluctant to approve NATO taking control of the US-built European missile defense system.

May 19 07:52

Same question, different answers: What’s going on with the Brexit polls?

Depending on which poll you read this week, the UK is either baulking at the thought of leaving the EU or on a clear path to Brexit and the ensuing apocalypse world leaders have predicted. RT asks: what is going on?
In two polls published this week, the campaign for Britain to ‘remain’ in the EU had a clear lead over the ‘leave’ campaign.

Ipsos MORI found the ‘remain’ camp has an 18 percent lead over the ‘leave’ campaign, while a YouGov survey found ‘remain’ has 44 percent support against the ‘leave’ camp’s 40 percent.

Done deal? Not in the murky world of opinion polls.

Polling firm TNS published the exact opposite result on Tuesday, with 41 percent of respondents backing Brexit against 38 percent supporting ‘remain.’

May 19 07:30

150 Danish soldiers to be stationed in Estonia to ward off Russian advances

Some 150 Danish soldiers will join a British-led coalition of over 6,000 NATO forces in Estonia to halt Russia’s advances in the region, Politiken reports.

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What "Russian advances?!?"

May 19 07:20

The Collapse of the European Union: Return to National Sovereignty and to Happy Europeans?

Imagine – the European Union were to collapse tomorrow – or any day soon for that matter. Europeans would dance in the streets. The EU has become a sheer pothole of fear and terror: Economic sanctions – punishment, mounting militarization, the abolition of civil rights for most Europeans. A group of unelected technocrats, representing 28 countries, many of them unfit to serve in their own countries’ political system, but connected well enough to get a plum job in Brussels – are deciding the future of Europe. In small groups and often in secret chambers they decide the future of Europe.

May 19 07:20

EU referendum: Brexit ‘could put cancer research at risk,’ claim leading scientists

If you vote for Brexit you'll die a horrible death! Really.

May 19 07:20

NATO Announces War Policy Against Russia. Chilling Scenario of Encirclement

“West and Russia on course for war, says ex-Nato deputy commander” and reported that the former deputy commander of NATO, the former British general Sir Alexander Richard Shirreff (who was Supreme Allied Commander in Europe from 2011-2014), expressed outrage that Britain isn’t urgently preparing for war against Russia, and also reported that “He describes Russia as now the west’s most dangerous adversary and says Putin’s course can only be stopped if the west wakes up to the real possibility of war and takes urgent action. … In a chilling scenario, he predicts that Russia, in order to escape what it believes to be encirclement by Nato, will seize territory in eastern Ukraine.”

May 19 07:09

ICELAND'S BIGGEST POLITICAL PARTY IS NOW THE "PIRATE PARTY"

Iceland’s anti-establishment Pirate Party continues to lead nationwide polls as the most popular choice for the next elections. The party — whose policies include internet freedom, drug decriminalisation, and open democracy — has consistently led the polls for the last year and, as a result, has secured more funding than any of its rivals. The 2008 financial crisis hit Iceland hard. The following year, the krona was devalued by around 50%, unemployment doubled, and capital controls were introduce. Miraculously, the country rose from the ashes to become one of Europe’s top performers in terms of growth. More recently, the political establishment has been in turmoil since three government ministers were implicated in the global Panama Papers scandal.

May 18 14:53

Migrants Burn Down Lampedusa Refugee Welcome Center

A group of Tunisian migrants set fire to the main pavilion in a Lampedusa refugee welcome center Tuesday night, causing severe damage, after learning they would be repatriated to their home country, according to reports.

May 18 13:43

Italy – News from the frontline of the invasion

This latest insane story comes from Thiene, in the province of Vicenza, Italy, where two North African migrants have illegally taken possession of the home of a young woman suffering from a seriously debilitating illness.

May 18 13:29

Europe Faces ‘Populist Uprising’ Over Visa-Free Travel In Turkey Deal, Warns Ex-MI6 Chief

Europe offering visa-free access to millions of Turks is like “storing gasoline next to the fire” and could result in a “populist uprising,” Britain’s former MI6 chief has warned.

Sir Richard Dearlove says the EU referendum will be the “first roll of the dice in a bigger geopolitical game” as the impact of mass migration is “eating away at the willingness of EU states to act together.”

May 18 12:53

How Cameron Conspired To Keep Britain In EU: Leaked Letters

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has been accused of plotting to keep Britain in the EU, as leaked letters show Cameron discussed the role of big business in the “Remain” campaign before he had even completed renegotiation of the deal with European leaders.

May 18 12:53

Italy: Veneto council member hails 'great success' of vote recognising Crimea

May 18 12:52

Italian Veneto region to vote on resolution on Crimea status recognition and on lifting sanctions on Moscow

A regional council in Italy’s northeastern Veneto region, with the administrative center in Venice, is due to vote on a resolution on recognizing the status of Crimea as part of the Russian Federation on Wednesday, reported by TASS.

And it is going to vote on a resolution on lifting sanctions imposed on Moscow. The vote is scheduled to be held at 2.30 p.m. local time (12.30 GMT).
The council in Veneto, Italy's fifth most populous region, urges the Italian government to abandon the EU international policy in regard to Crimea subjected to unfair discrimination after reunification with the Russian Federation in March 2014. It calls on Italy’s government to lift sanctions immediately and restore economic ties with Russia in full.

May 18 11:05

This is Russia's Response to NATO’s Activities Near Its Borders

According to an article on the foreign affairs analysis website Voltaire Network, Washington in fact will not attack Russia. Its military buildup is rather aimed at provoking Moscow, in order to justify NATO’s expansion in Central Europe.

Amid NATO’s increased military activities near Russian borders, Moscow has announced the creation of two new units in the Western Military District (in Smolensk and Voronezh) as well as a new division in the South Military District (Rostov-on-Don).

May 18 10:39

Finnish Lawmakers Discuss Possible Referendum On Euro Exit

Finland’s lawmakers have held a debate over a citizen petition that demands a referendum on a possible exit from the European single currency euro as a remedy to economic woes of the Nordic country.

The rare parliamentary debate was held on Thursday after some 53,000 Finns signed the petition to put the issue on the chamber’s agenda.

May 18 09:26

Second tower sabotaged in southwest Sweden

Police in southwest Sweden are investigating a second case of sabotage to a transmitter tower on Wednesday after it was discovered that someone had cut a cable used by the area's emergency services.

May 18 09:18

The Death of the Euro

May 18 09:11

Russia to counter NATO expansion with new radar station in Crimea - source

Russia will restore a missile attack warning station near Crimea’s Sevastopol to counter increasing NATO activity in the Black Sea, Izvestia daily reported, quoting a source in the Russian defense industry.

May 18 08:38

NATO announced the deployment of "five elite battalions" along the borders of Russia

EVEN ACKNOWLEDGE THAT AMERICANS WOULD RUSSIA - IN CASE OF WAR -
FIRST, AND DESTROY THEM BATTALIONS

NATO is considering the possibility of an international military contingent to deploy in the Baltic countries - said Jens Stoltenberg.

The Secretary General of the Western military alliance at the same time revealed that they are considering "several battalions", but that a decision on their dislocation has not yet been rated.

NATO at its summit in July in Warsaw should establish the concept of expanding its infrastructure and military potential in the East of Europe. This operation has already been named "spear tip".

Unofficially, it is handled by "five elite battalion", which will be placed along the western border of Russia.

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May 18 08:19

EU: We will not recognize the winner of Macedonian elections

The European Union today formally warned Skopje that the elections scheduled for next month in Macedonia can not be credible because it is the only current ruling party VMRO-DPMNE mailbox electoral list.

"We believe that, under present circumstances, any government that came to power as a result of the election in which no part three of the four major political parties would not be a credible partner for the international community," said European Commission spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic, relocated AFP agency.

"We have repeatedly said that the continuation of the political crisis in Macedonia dragged the country further away from its Euro-Atlantic aspirations," said Kocijancic.

The European Union last month suspended an attempt mediation in order to settle the political crisis in Macedonia, which is also faced with Europe's largest refugee crisis since World War II.

May 18 08:08

Boris is Completely Right: The EU Was a Nazi Brainchild

Boris Johnson is being accused of hyperbole for comparing the EU to Adolf Hitler’s plan for Europe (because invoking the threat of a new world war if Britain leaves the EU, as David Cameron did, is completely reasonable).

The pro-Brexit Tory MP said that both Napoleon and the Nazi leader failed at unification and that the EU was “an attempt to do this by different methods”.

According to Donald Tusk, the European Council President, the former Mayor of London “crossed the boundaries” by making the comparison.

May 18 07:58

There Can Be Only One: Finland to Ban Dual Nationals From Civil Careers

Finland is currently pondering legislative restrictions in order to limit the dual-citizens' access to civil service careers.

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We sure as hell need the same thing here!!!!

May 18 07:42

Sketch: My Muslim brothers! Join the Bent Banana jihad! Isis comes out for Brexit

As David Cameron claims Isis leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi backs Brexit, at least the referendum opinion co-opting has moved on from the dead to the living

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"See? See? ISIS is for the BREXIT. You don;t want to be on the same side as ISIS, do you? Do you? DO YOU?!? HUH?!?" -- Number 9 3/4

May 18 07:38

Sketch: My Muslim brothers! Join the Bent Banana jihad! Isis comes out for Brexit

As David Cameron claims Isis leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi backs Brexit, at least the referendum opinion co-opting has moved on from the dead to the living

May 18 07:27

More clashes as protests turn violent across France

Police reacted with tear gas and water cannons as peaceful protests organized by students and unions turned violent, with clashes in Paris and Nantes in particular.

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May 18 07:26

Hollande 'won't back down' on labour market reform

French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday ruled out withdrawing the labour market reforms which have sparked street protests for weeks and led to a vote of no-confidence in the government.

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"On m'a dit par mes maîtres, la Banque centrale européenne, que je dois faire le peuple français les plus pauvres afin que les banquiers peuvent être plus riches, et je veux dire de faire exactement cela!*" -- la tête de la merde en chef

*"I have been told by my masters, the European Central Bank, that I must make the French people poorer so the bankers can be richer, and I mean to do just that!"

"Quiconque voit les plans pour la guillotine?" -- Le peuple français pissé

May 18 06:58

Cultural Enrichment: 'Sharia Street Patrol' in Austria Hospitalizes Father Protecting his Daughter

A self-styled Sharia patrol group have been jailed for savagely beating a man trying to defended his daughter and wife.

A court heard the group of young men, who called themselves ‘The Wolves', approached the victim’s mother, daughter and his daughter’s friends.

They told the girls, who were aged between 14 and 16, they were behaving improperly and ordered them to go home.

The group told the man’s wife: "We, and only we, are bringing the girls back home. They are our country's women."

May 17 17:57

Leaked: Cameron ‘Knee-Deep In Conspiracy’ With Big Business To Keep Britain In EU

Prime Minister David Cameron is accused of being “knee-deep in a conspiracy” to keep Britain in the EU after leaked letters reveal he discussed the ‘remain’ campaign with big business when he was still officially on the fence over Brexit.

A leaked letter from security firm Serco’s CEO Rupert Soames to the PM reveals how the boss said he would look at how to “mobilize corporates” during the ‘remain’ campaign.

May 17 17:21

“White Fragility” Is The New White Guilt Concept

As European Americans wake up to the blatant war against them, Marxist anti-Whites must constantly invent new terms that confuse people into thinking they’re racist but it’s all verbal garbage ofcourse. The latest term repeated by anti-Whites is “White fragility,” where anti-Whites claim a “minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering” for White people. Minimum?!

May 17 15:04

EU’s Tusk Brands Boris Johnson’s Hitler Comparison ‘Dangerous & Absurd’

Ex-London Mayor Boris Johnson’s “dangerous” comparison between the European Union’s aims and Adolf Hitler’s imperial ambitions has been criticized as “crossing the boundaries” by European Council President Donald Tusk.

May 17 14:15

EU Chief Calls Ex-London Mayor’s EU-Nazi Comparison 'Absurd'

EU President Donald Tusk says former London Mayor Boris Johnson has “political amnesia” for comparing the EU’s unifying agenda to Adolf Hitler’s.

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