Jan 28 09:30

Bernard Ingham: One foot in the grave if Britain doesn’t vote to leave EU

I cannot believe that David Cameron is so stupid as to bring politics into further disrepute – after the 1975 referendum kidology – by extolling the virtues of EU membership before he has anything approaching a deal and calling on the might of British industry to say why we should stay in rather than come out.

Jan 28 09:29

EU undemocratic & infested with fraudsters – ex-Thatcher aide

The European Union is futile, corrupt and saturated with fraud, Margaret Thatcher’s former press secretary has said.

Writing in the Yorkshire Post, Sir Bernard Ingham, Thatcher’s longtime trusted press secretary, asked why Britain should cast £12 billion a year down an assorted array of “criminal drains.”

Jan 28 09:25

New Conservative Polish Govt May Be in 'Maidan' Crosshairs

The whole thing could, of course, be received with an ironic smile – on the face of it, it is looking like the ousted political, business and media establishment are getting out of their luxury cars and going into the streets to call for a repeat of Maidan. Doing this, of course, under the alleged banner of ‘restoring democracy’, can be read as an attempt to bring themselves back into power. These calls for the creation of Maidan in Poland and EU intervention in order to ‘restore democracy’ are sown on very fertile ground when it comes to the EU and Germany.

Jan 28 09:19


The United States European Command (EUCOM) said that deterring Russia was its top priority in Europe. This was stated in the new strategy, published on the EUCOM website. The document also says that Russia challenges the US's allies and partners around the world, which is a global problem.

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You people in Europe better slap Washington DC up side of the head and tell them to take their war somewhere else.

Jan 28 09:14

Jokes about refugees 'banned' during carnival celebrations

The Austrian Carnival Guild has released a set of guidelines for Fasching, the Catholic carnival celebrations which run up until Lent. Jokes about refugees, foreigners, and minorities are out, as are “hurtful attacks on defenceless people, mockery and malice”.

Jan 27 15:26

Danish 17-year-old girl who used a pepper spray to fight off a rapist near migrant asylum centre is told SHE will be prosecuted for carrying the weapon

A Danish teenager who was sexually assaulted near a migrant asylum centre has been told she will be prosecuted after using pepper spray to fend off her attacker. The 17-year-old told police she was targeted in the coastal town of Sonderborg by an English-speaking man, who knocked her to the ground and tried to undress her. But she managed to prevent the man from attacking her further by spraying the substance at him. However, as it is illegal to use pepper spray, the teenage girl is set to face charges. It is likely she will face a 500 Krone (£50) fine. Local police spokesman Knud Kirsten told TV Syd: 'It is illegal to possess and use pepper spray, so she will likely to be charged for that.'

Jan 27 14:43

ISIS targeting Europe for ‘large-scale Mumbai-style attacks’, EU police chief warns

Islamic State is expanding its activities to a global level, with a particular focus on the European Union, which should be getting ready for a growing number of terror attacks similar to the ones that took place in Paris, the chief of EU police agency Europol said.

Jan 27 14:01

Fortress Europe: Brussels shuts borders and calls for refugee camp for 300,000 to be built in Greece in last-ditch bid to stop a flood of migrants 

Belgium has called for vast refugee camps holding up to 300,000 refugees to be built in Greece in a desperate attempt to stem the flow of migrants from Syria and other nations outside Europe.

At an emergency summit of European leaders yesterday, Belgian migration minister Theo Francken raised the spectre of setting up 'closed facilities' in Greece to be operated by the EU.

Jan 27 13:40

Portugal: Dying country of no future and many pensioners elects new president

The presidential elections in Portugal showed that the population does not believe the parties it represents. The sleepy country of pensioners is dying. This is not a protest electorate - these people need their cup of coffee, their gardens and terraces. Where are new Portuguese politicians? Greece has tried that, and Iceland even managed to leave the crisis behind. Why can't Portugal do the same?

Jan 27 13:38

Giulietto Chiesa: MEPs may be deprived of their viewpoint

Giulietto Chiesa, an Italian journalist and former member of the European Parliament: 'I do not know if it is real, but it is clearly an attempt to impeach the Members of the EU and other national parliaments of their freedom in examining the situation which is going in Ukraine and another countries. I was a member of the European Parliament, and I was expelled by the Estonian state, because they believed that I represented a threat to their national sovereignty and security. Well, it is the same thing. When I was an MP, I went, for instance, to South Ossetia and Georgia without any authorization, because I believed that I was a representative of the European people and I have the right to study the situation around Europe. The PACE wants to deprive the deputies of a possibility to have their own point of view. Ant that is very serious because in Europe the press is very seriously censored. This declaration of a Ukrainian deputy is a clear intimidation.

Jan 27 13:35

Europe to punish MPs for traveling to Crimea and Donbass

Ukrainian MP Georgy Logvinsky stated that the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe intends to introduce penalties for European parliamentarians for their trips to the Crimea and the Donbass. "The PACE has adopted a resolution tha European parliamentarians, regardless of their status, will be responsible for visiting Crimea ... bypassing Ukrainian laws ... I am grateful to all members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, who supported the Ukraine, supported our delegation and voted for our amendment"... PACE representatives had visited the Crimea on the initiative from Swiss MP from the Party of Social Democrats, Andreas Gross, who earlier criticized anti-Russian policies of the West. Russia is not willing to pay its annual fee to the PACE as the organization had deprived Russia of the right to vote. "The PACE has not introduced and can not introduce any penalties for those European MPs who visit the Crimea or the Donbass.

Jan 27 09:16

Outrage in Denmark as 17yo girl faces fine for using pepper spray against sex attacker

A Danish teenager who said she was sexually assaulted now faces a fine for using pepper spray against her attacker. The man who pulled her to the ground and tried to undress her fled the scene without any charges.
The incident took place in the center of the small town of Sonderborg in southern Denmark at about 10 p.m. local time Wednesday. She told police that an English-speaking man knocked her to the ground, tried to unbutton her pants and undress her.

However, she was apparently able to protect herself as she pulled out pepper spray and used it against the man, who escaped the scene and hasn’t been charged.

Police say that the girl may face a fine.

“It is illegal to possess and use pepper spray, so she will likely be charged for that,” local police spokesman Knud Kirsten said, as cited by TV Syd.

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All government has gone insane!

Jan 27 09:08

Migrant crisis RIPS EU apart: Schengen agreement SCRAPPED amid final bid to avert chaos

Ailing Brussels staggered ever closer to its own grave with the announcement the flagship Schengen agreement, for so long thought indispensable, is being shelved because of the refugee chaos.

Jan 27 09:06

'We Got Duped' - Ukrainian Oligarch on EU Association Deal

The EU envisages Ukraine only as a source of raw material and an outlet for European products, including debt - that is, a classic colonial relationship

Jan 27 09:06

Austrian Parents Shocked After Deity Name Switched to Allah in School Song

Parents in an Austrian town are outraged over a word switch in a traditional children’s song, after a teacher thought it appropriate to replace the word “God” with “Allah.”

Jan 27 08:59

Crowding concerns after refugee centre worker fatally stabbed in Sweden

Fifteen-year-old boy arrested after 22-year-old woman killed at home for young asylum seekers in Mölndal

Jan 27 07:59

The War on Cash: A Country by Country Guide

slaves ARE property. they don't OWN property

Jan 27 07:49

Raid on Cash

a police raid for buying appliances??

Jan 27 06:10

Greece Is First EU Country Out Of The Gate To Buy Iranian Oil

The country’s biggest oil refiner, Hellenic Petroleum (HELPE), will resume purchases of crude from the National Iranian Oil Co. (NIOC). The deal was announced after a meeting Friday between Amir Hossein Zamaninia, Iran’s deputy oil minister for international affairs, and Greece’s deputy oil minister, Panos Skourletis, in Athens.

Deliveries will begin immediately under a “long-term agreement,” HELPE said in a statement, though it didn’t say how long that term would be. The refiner was one of Iran’s significant buyers of crude before the sanctions regime began in 2011, importing about 20 percent of its oil needs from the Islamic Republic. It owns three of Greece’s four oil refineries.

Jan 27 05:16

Italian banks are going bust

Jan 27 01:54

Mission Accomplished: Tehran and Washington Trigger a Diplomatic Coup

The “diplomatic coup” triggered by Iran and the US has given rise to a new era in Tehran’s relations with the international community.

Jan 26 18:04


Of the many, and we do mean many, popular misconceptions about the grand history-altering event known as World War II surrounds the true nature of the German-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact -- also known as the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact after the two foreign ministers who negotiated and then finalized the agreement in late August of 1939. As the stupid story goes, this was the moment when Hitler and Stalin made the deal to carve up Poland and - in a 'secret protocol' - the rest of eastern Europe..

Jan 26 17:46

EU seeks new powers to vet member state energy deals

The European Commission wants the power to review energy deals between member states and countries such as Russia before they are signed, the bloc's top energy official said on Tuesday (26 January) - a move opposed by some states reluctant to cede control to Brussels. European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šef?ovi? said the new powers for Brussels were a key part of draft energy security rules he intends to propose next month.

Jan 26 14:26

Family mourn worker, 22, killed at refugee centre

Relatives of a woman stabbed at a refugee centre on Monday have described their shock, as police hold a 15-year-old suspect.

Jan 26 14:17

EU trade chief tells consumers not to worry about TTIP

EU consumers should not be worried about safety standards for food and health being jeopardised by negotiators in the free-trade talks between the EU and the US, insisted Cecilia Malmström.

Jan 26 13:57

“You tweet too much” about refugees, the Dutch are told by police

Dutch police have been visiting the homes of people critical of asylum centres on Twitter, urging them to delete posts.

Jan 26 11:22

"Six Million Myth"

The Holocaust is a Hoax plain and simple. (video = approx. 1 hour)

Jan 26 11:18

Montenegro Rebels Against NATO and Djukanovic

Since the autumn of 2015, Montenegro has been restless. The mass protests outside the government building in Podgorica have not subsided. The situation in the country is heating up with each passing day... Over the past 24 hours in Podgorica, anti-government demonstrations have been chanting the slogans: "Montenegro against NATO and European integration", "Traitor Milo Djukanovic, need to overthrow the government," "We love Russia and Putin", "We — the nightmare of Euroregio Djukanovic", reports News Front. In addition, activists insist that Montenegro should change the course towards Russia and advocate a military and economic union with Russia. It is noteworthy that when they began to broadcast the speech of the Prime Minister before the rest of the government, the crowd heard his voice and started to rebel even more. While Djukanovic spoke at the meeting, activists chanted "Milo - thief!".

Jan 26 11:05

Police officers flee angry mob in Swedish refugee center through back door

A police patrol of 10 officers was forced to flee a refugee center in Sweden after being surrounded by a mob of violent migrants. Law enforcement officials had arrived to relocate a 10-year-old boy after reports of his repeated rape at the facility.

Jan 26 10:28

'It is Swedish politicians' fault that she is dead.' Family of murdered Swedish refugee worker blame migration crisis for her death as police warn they cannot cope with rising violence

The mother of the young social worker who was allegedly stabbed to death by a 15-year-old asylum seeker at a shelter for refugee children today spoke of her anguish as the family blamed Sweden's migration crisis for her death.

Alexandra Mezher, 22, was working alone with ten youths aged between 14 and 17 when she was attacked at the home for unaccompanied young refugees in Mölndal, near Gothenburg. She later died of her injuries in hospital.

Jan 26 10:28


Northern Ireland’s police watchdog is investigating allegations that the IRA operative who planned the 1993 Shankhill Road bombing was an MI5 informant who gave intelligence that could have helped security forces stop the atrocity. Nine civilians, including two children, were killed in the attack on a fish shop in Belfast’s loyalist heartland in 1993. The bombing became one of the most notorious atrocities of The Troubles, prompting a wave of sectarian revenge murders in its wake. Inside job?

Jan 26 09:19

Iran’s President Rouhani begins three-leg Europe tour

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has arrived in Italy on the first leg of his trip to three European destinations following the implementation of a nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries.

Jan 26 09:19

Schengen Crumbles: EU Ministers in Crisis Meeting Over Border Controls

EU justice and home affairs ministers begin a two-day crisis meeting in Amsterdam to try and find a way out of the refugee crisis, which has thrown Europe into disarray with many countries closing borders, going against the main principle of the European Union.

Jan 26 09:18

Official 'Traitors List' Contemplated in EU, First in Modern History

A minister in the new right-wing Croatian government is lobbying to create a register of traitors to the nation.

Retired Colonel Mijo Crnoja, the current Minister of Veteran Affairs of EU member state Croatia, proposed last week to create a register of “traitors of Croatian national interests” and “aggressors against the Republic of Croatia,” the local daily Jutarnji List reported.

The proposal has sent shockwaves among citizens in the country and throughout the region, with many condemnations of the initiative, and even some in support.

Jan 26 08:51

New Moldovan government asks IMF, Romania for financial assistance amid political crisis

Moldova’s new government has addressed the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Romania with a request to provide financial assistance to overcome hard economic situation, Economy Minister Octavian Calmic told reporters on Tuesday. Filip is currently holding negotiations with his Romanian counterpart Dacian Ciolos on the conditions of receiving the first tranche of the 150-million-euro loan promised by Romania. "The ministry will also work on lifting barriers in trade with Russia and boosting exports of domestically produced goods to this country," Calmic noted. He noted that Moldovan transport companies now experience problems in transit of Russian goods via Ukrainian territory due to Kiev’s ban on importing goods from Russia. "Thanks to diplomatic efforts, this problem has been temporarily settled. However, we need to look for a long-term solution by using a CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) platform," the minister stressed.

Jan 26 08:09

Swedish police say they need another an extra 4,000 officers to help deal with the recent migrant influx, following the murder of refugee worker

Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has promised more resources for police after a 22-year old employee at a refugee centre for unaccompanied minors was stabbed to death.

Alexandra Mezher was attacked by a teenage boy at her workplace, a housing facility in Molndal, near Gothenburg, and later died in hospital.

Jan 26 04:12

Dutch cops to carry machine guns in public

For the first time in Dutch history, police officers are allowed to patrol shopping malls, railway stations and other public places with machine guns

Jan 25 18:57

Merkel: Anti-Semitism more widespread than we imagined

German leader says ‘intensive action’ needed to combat phenomenon, particularly in cultures in which hatred of Jews is rampant

Jan 25 16:52

Shaken Schengen? EU to discuss suspension of free movement agreement

EU ministers will meet in Amsterdam to discuss steps to allow states to reintroduce national border controls for two years, possibly spelling the end for the 30-year-old Schengen Agreement allowing passport-free travel across 26 states, according to reports.

Jan 25 13:51


From January 20-23, the global elite met in Davos, Switzerland for the annual World Economic Forum. The themes this year were the dangers of inequality and terrorism to the current world order, an order those present have benefited the most from and have charged themselves with maintaining. The founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, framed the issues as a problem of managing a so-called “Fourth Industrial Revolution” that was exacerbating inequality and allowing terrorists to use digital communication systems to coordinate attacks. The Fourth Industrial Revolution, as defined by Schwab, is “characterized by a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres.”

Jan 25 13:10


Central banks also serve financial markets through the implementation of bailout programs designed to save banks and financial institutions when markets fail, as well as through the management of monetary policy with its primary objectives of achieving ‘price stability’ (low and stable inflation), which generally favours creditors at the expense of debtors. The prevailing orthodoxy of central bankers is closely aligned with the interests and objectives of private financial institutions, and Governors Carstens and Rajan are no exceptions.

Jan 25 09:07


The European Union on Monday launched a new law enforcement center to coordinate the fight against violent extremism, saying Europe faces the most significant terrorist threat in over 10 years. “There is every reason to expect that IS (the Islamic State organization), IS-inspired terrorists or another religiously inspired terrorist group will undertake a terrorist attack somewhere in Europe again, but particularly in France, intended to cause mass casualties among the civilian population,” Europol, the EU-wide agency for law enforcement cooperation, said in a report. “This is in addition to the threat of lone-actor attacks, which has not diminished.”

Jan 25 07:53

UKIP leader Farage launches cross-party Brexit platform

“We are not against Europe, we love Europe,” Farage said addressing 2,000 people who gathered in Kettering, Northamptonshire, for the event.

“What we are against is the idea of all of our laws being administered by those in Brussels,” he added as cited by The Northamptonshire Telegraph.

The main argument in favor a British exit from the EU is the EU migration policy of open doors, the UKIP leader noted.

“The key issue that I believe will win us this referendum is the fact that as a member of this union we now have an open door to nearly half a billion people, any of whom can come in to our country,” Farage said urging for UK residents “to take back control of our borders” in the face of the migrant influx.

Jan 25 07:51

Iranian President Heads to Italy for First Visit After Sanctions Relief

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is expected to arrive in Italy on Monday as part of his first European tour after a nuclear deal saw sanctions against Tehran lifted, media reported.

Jan 25 07:46

Europe is in crisis. Once more, America will have to step in to save us

From refugees to security to Brexit, Europeans cannot take care of themselves. The US has been indifferent so far but we need it at our side

Webmaster's Commentary: 

DC wants to repeat the Marshall Plan, but the US is the nation on the verge of collapse today!

Jan 25 07:43

Paris to promote lifting of anti-Moscow sanctions by summer – French economy minister

France is going to assist in lifting sanctions imposed by the West on Russia by summer this year, Emmanuel Macron, France’s Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs, has announced.

Jan 24 13:06

Norway suspends deportation of refugees to Russia

The authorities of Norway temporarily stopped the deportation of asylum-seekers, who arrived last autumn to the country from the territory of Russia, back to Russia, Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende said in an interview with the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. He said the decision to stop the deportation was made following the request of the Russian authorities. According to Brende, Russia wants to discuss the issues related to the coordination of procedures for the return (of refugees). Norway understands this and the negotiations will be launched next week.

Jan 24 13:03

Moldova expels Russian Orthodox television reporters

Reporters of the Russian Orthodox television broadcaster Tsargrad have been deported from Moldova in the wake of an information blockade in that country. On Thursday, the television reporters arrived in Moldova to film an interview with Moldova’s Eastern Orthodox Bishop Marchel of Balti and Falesti...

Jan 24 09:34

Migrants bringing infectious diseases back to Europe: tuberculosis, diptheria and more

As part of the Global North, Europeans have been living in first-world comfort since the continent was rebuilt from the ashes following the end of World War II. But a massive new influx of migrants and refugees from third-world countries in the war-torn Middle East and North Africa are reigniting outbreaks of contagious diseases that had been long eradicated from the continent.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, that's one way to implement the depopulation agenda!

Jan 23 17:24

Norway's Biggest Bank Demands Cash Ban

"There are so many dangers and disadvantages associated with cash, we have concluded that it should be phased out..."

Jan 23 09:19

Brexit: Goldman Sachs Lines Pro-EU Establishment's Pockets With Gold

Supporters of Britain's exit from the EU have been outraged by a revelation that two Wall Street banking giants, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan have donated six-figure sums to the coffers of Britain Stronger in Europe, a cross-party group leading the 'In' campaign.

Jan 23 09:14

'It's too cold' Refugees would rather return home than face European winter

REFUGEES are abandoning their bids for asylum to return home after claiming Europe is too cold.

Jan 23 09:13

Hungarian PM hails 'common sense' move to cap migrant numbers as crisis spirals

Viktor Orban of Hungary praised Austria for its decision to cap the number of migrants allowed to enter the country.

He called the move "the most important news of the past months".

Mr Orban said: "Common sense has prevailed."

Jan 23 08:53

The Cronies, Opportunists and Thrill Seekers at Davos

The big global crony networking event of the year. The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland is in full swing and Vice President Joe Biden is in attendance as are six members of Obama's Cabinet.

Jan 23 08:51

Above Law: Refugees in Sweden Can Drive Cars ‘Without Driver’s License’

From now on refugees can drive vehicles without having to show a driver’s license when stopped by police, the Swedish newspaper Fria Tider reported, citing Sveriges Radio.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Like the US, Europe is treating the immigrants better than the native born population!

Jan 23 08:28

Why do JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs want desperately to keep the UK in the European Union?

JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs want Britain to stay within the European Union and they are spending money to make sure the UK stays. Surprise. It is odd (perhaps not so odd) that so much of the banking and political establishment in British Europe (forgive me Britons, I was taught that one should never call a Brit a “European” but I’m making a point) is so vehemently pro-European Union. The lockstep (goosestep?) push by some to further integrate with Brussels, to give up even more sovereignty, to further reduce Britain’s stature in the world is striking.

Jan 22 16:22

Fury over pro-EU leaflet posted through YOUR door riddled with 'fear' propaganda

CLAIMS in a new leaflet that if Britain leaves the European Union there will be a hike in food bills have been branded “project fear” scaremongering by Brexit campaigners.

Britain Stronger in Europe (BSE), the lead pro-Brussels organisation in the EU referendum campaign, has made the claim in a leaflet sent to 10 million homes.

Jan 22 16:18

EU could go UNDER in 6 WEEKS, Dutch PM claims as France admits 'we weren't built for this'

THE Dutch prime minister said the future of the European Union could be decided in just six weeks if the bloc doesn't get a handle on the migrant crisis, as panicking France begs Britain to stay in the union.

"The Eurotanic may have hit an iceberg, but please stay on-board."

Jan 22 15:16

America's chemical-soaked, hormone-filled meats impede trade deal with Europe

Earlier this year, many people in the United States were angered over the fact that the USDA was on board with having US chickens sent to China for processing, then shipped back to the States for human consumption. Questionable food practices in China, as well as the illogical nature of such an elaborate import/export process, rendered Americans' stomachs -- and finances -- uneasy.(1)

How interesting it is then, that the United States, which fears China's iffy food security, is now entertaining signing a bill which is providing Europe with those same fears. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), if signed and passed, is poised to create a global megamarket of 800 million consumers spanning from Hawaii to Greece and Alaska to Finland.(2)

Jan 22 13:23

Anti-government protests in Moldova

On January 21, riots occurred outside the parliament in Moldova where the new government was endorsed. Thousands of opposition supporters stormed the building saying the cabinet was illegal. Later, supporters of the opposition Party of Socialists, Our Party and the Dignity and Truth (DA) civic platform staged a picket of the building. Moldova’s political crisis has been smoldering since September 2015, when the first protest rallies swept Chisinau. They have already resulted in the arrest of a former prime minister, leader of the Liberal-Democratic Party Vlad Filat on corruption charges and the dismissal of the Valeriu Strelet-led Cabinet.

Jan 22 13:23

Spain: Rajoy Turns Down Offer to Form New Government

Spain's incumbent conservative Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy turned down an offer Friday by King Felipe VI to try to form a new government following last month's inconclusive elections, the Royal Palace said.

The palace announced the decision shortly after the monarch met with Rajoy to wrap up a week of talks with party leaders before nominating a candidate.

Jan 22 11:55

Poor Italians Homeless While Refugees Live in New Buildings

Jan 22 09:23

Jews Criminalize Un-Kosher Laughter

In the past, Mr. M’Bala M’Bala has raised his voice either in support of Holocaust Revisionism or in protest against the oppression of Palestinians. The verdict was gleefully cheered by Eric Lemmens, a lawyer for Belgium’s Jewish organizations,” For me this is more than satisfying, this is a major victory,” Ibid. A major victory for Censorship. A Major Defeat for Free Speech... Western governments have piously lectured the rest of the World on how the West protects Free Speech (as in the Perinçek case.) The continued persecution of Dieudonne is an example of the hypocrisy and dishonesty of Western governments. Maybe they think the rest of the World won’t notice?

Jan 22 09:19


Israel confirmed on Thursday it was planning to appropriate a large tract of fertile land in the occupied West Bank, close to Jordan, a move likely to exacerbate tensions with Western allies and already drawing international condemnation. In an email sent to Reuters, COGAT, a unit of Israel's Defence Ministry, said the political decision to seize the territory had been taken and "the lands are in the final stages of being declared state lands".

Jan 22 08:42

Migration crisis can destroy Europe, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says

Europe cannot take in all the refugees fleeing war-torn Syria and Iraq and the migration crisis is putting the European Union in grave danger, the French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has said.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Mr Valls added that Europe needed to take urgent action to control its external borders. “Otherwise,” he said, “our societies will be totally destabilised”.

Jan 22 07:51

Apocalypse in the Jungle as Migrants Burn Camp Down

Footage has emerged of the Calais Jungle looking like a scene from a dystopian movie: fires burn as far as the eye can see while migrants let off fireworks and yell “fuck you!”

Jan 21 14:19

Rite of Passage after midnight: secret, 6 minutes, change of government in Moldova

In Moldova, sharply escalated the situation. The authorities have banned entry to the Russian journalists. Crews of several TV channels have been detained at the airport in Chisinau and expelled from the country. Among them are employees of VGTRK. The correspondent of "Vesti" Alexander Balitskaya denied entry into Moldova for 5 years.

Meanwhile, protesters in Chisinau continue to block the Parliament building, the Constitutional Court and the president's residence. They demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Paul Philip. Last night, he hastily and secretly entered into a new position. At this time, the opposition has already stormed the parliament. MPs, as well as the newly elected prime minister, had to flee through an underground passage.

Jan 21 14:01

EU challenged: Brussels angered over Polish reforms, to launch investigation

A row between Poland and the EU is escalating. Brussels' decision to launch an investigation into controversial media and constitutional court reforms by the new Polish government, led to a fiery debate in the European Parliament.

Jan 21 12:07

Are the US Elites Attempting to Destroy Europe by Triggering A Flood of Immigrants and Refugees?

A side effect of the American neocon strategy of up-ending the Middle East is to flood Europe, and in particular, Germany, the continent’s dominant power, with non-Christian immigrants.

The author argues that this is deliberate, and that Merkel and Obama are neocon patsies, leading Europe to destruction, and that Russia is one of the few countries whose leadership understands what is happening, and is fighting back.

A few years ago, views like these would be considered on the fringe. Today they are going mainstream. Witness the popularity of Donald Trump.

Jan 21 10:24


Jan 21 09:28

Russia, NATO Must Reduce Tensions, West Ready to End Conflict - MSC Head

Russia and NATO need to reduce tensions between them, and the alliance has already shown willingness to put an end to the confrontation, the chairman of the Munich Security Conference told Sputnik.

Jan 21 09:11

Two hurt after 'knife fight' at asylum centre

One person was being held on suspicion of attempted manslaughter on Wednesday morning and two were left injured after a row at an arrival centre for asylum seekers in southern Sweden.

Jan 21 09:10

'Drastic' cap on asylum numbers mooted

The ranks of EU countries closing their doors to migrants swelled further on Wednesday, with hotspot Austria announcing it would "drastically" cap the number of asylum-seekers this year.

Jan 21 09:00

At Davos, IMF to urge EU nations to open job markets to refugees

The tide of Middle East refugees should boost European economic growth over the short term, but their longer-term impact will depend on efforts to integrate them, the IMF said Wednesday.

In a new study to be presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this week, the International Monetary Fund said that governments making strong efforts to bring refugees into the workforce can lessen the chance that they will become a burden on the state budget.

"Quick labor market integration can unlock the potential economic benefits of the refugee inflow," said the IMF study, "The Refugee Surge in Europe: Economic Challenges."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Illegal immigrant labor always cuts down the cost of doing business, which corporations always love.

But what about those Europeans who are displaced from the jobs they had, by doing this?!? Where are they going to go, geopolitically?!?

My guess would be, when these Europeans become displaced by illegal immigrant labor,the anger at the governments which betrayed them will cause the mood across Europe to swing hard right, and we will see a floodgate of ultranationalist sentiment the world hasn't seen for quite some time.

Think Germany in the 1930s.

Those politicians, like Angela Merkel, who have been advocating the acceptance of all alleged political refugees will find herself gone from German, European, and international politics so quickly that she will barely have time to catch her breath.

But the one thing no one in Davos is advocating is for the United States to stop its endless military interventions in the Middle East which are generating this flood of refugees which has overrun Europe!

How the 1% do love their wars!!

Jan 21 08:57

Kicking the Poland 'Putinization' Can

From the Polish media we learn that German authorities ordered the destruction of CCTV evidence of the Cologne attacks.

We know that the Polish media cannot be trusted because Law and Justice (PiS) has been busy stacking the state media overseeing with its own cronies. To be sure the previous pro-EU leftist government had done the exact same, but that is okay because it was done in pursuit of the goals of social justice. As exemplified by, say, the German and Swedish media, which have been ordered at the highest levels to avoid reporting on minor political issues, such as the mass rape of their own women by refugees. What refugees? What rape? What Turkish sponsorship of ISIS? Hey, look over there – isn’t Julian Assange a chauvinist pig for not wearing a condom during consensual sex?

Jan 21 08:48

Stabbing death of 15yo schoolboy by ‘Arab migrant’ classmate in Sweden sparks outrage

A school murder in Sweden, where a Lithuanian pupil was allegedly stabbed by a Syrian migrant classmate, is stoking racial tensions. Families of the victim and the alleged killer are trading accusations, but police are staying silent.

Jan 21 06:05

Every false flag in the making is detected ahead of time by somebody’s intelligence services

Every false flag in the making is detected ahead of time by somebody’s intelligence services—usually more than one country—because spying today is so effective and so universal. Officials in possession of this secret information often pass it on to the country that’s targeted, in the sincere belief that a heads-up will be appreciated.

But often the information isn’t welcomed—-because the fix is already in. Treasonous assets within the targeted country’s chain of command, who are prepared for the possibility of a leak, take measures to block the information from reaching those who might act on it in a meaningful way.

Jan 21 06:03

Russian journalist banned from visiting Moldova for five years

According to the journalist, the incident shows the wish of Chisinau officials to close the information flows...

Jan 21 05:47

Kremlin urges all sides in Moldova to refrain from violence, comply with law

Moldovan protesters set to resume rallies: The leaders of the Party of Socialists and the Our Party have criticized the latest move by Moldovan President Nicolae Timofti to approve the new cabinet of Pavel Filip overnight. "This is an illegal government and an illegal parliamentary majority. The fact that the cabinet has taken the oath secretly and the president has signed a respective decree changes nothing," Dodon said.
On Wednesday, riots occurred outside the parliament in Moldova after the new government was approved. Thousands of opposition supporters stormed the building saying the cabinet was illegal. Later, thousands of supporters of the opposition Party of Socialists, the Our Party and the Civil Platform DA (Dignity and Justice) staged a picket at the building. The opposition plans to resume protests on Thursday demanding the resignation of the authorities and early elections.

Jan 20 16:05

Shattered Dreams: Europe Doesn’t Want Ukrainian Refugees

As thousands of Ukrainian asylum seekers face deportation from Germany, it will soon become clear how Europeans really feel about Ukrainians.

Jan 20 15:03

The REAL story behind the Zionist/Jewish creation of Israel

An excellent speech by Benjamin Freedman's 1961 Speech at the Willard Hotel detailing how WW1 and WW2 really started and why the USA was eventually drawn in.

Jan 20 14:45

Planet of Fear

same silliness different day

snip: And that once again feeds the warmongering hordes, for which that «good old-fashioned world war» is the easiest ticket out. Cancel all the old debt; issue loads of new debt; turn ploughshares and iPhones into cannons. And after a little thermonuclear exchange, welcome to full employment and a new (waste)land of opportunity.

Jan 20 13:14

Macedonia Closes Border with Greece to Migrants

Macedonia has closed its border with Greece to migrants, police in Skopje said Wednesday, blocking the path of hundreds trying to reach northern Europe.

Jan 20 11:32

Russia to respond to NATO Black Sea force by deploying new weapons - report

The Russian Army and Navy will deploy additional forces and modern weapons to its southwest in reply to NATO’s plans to boost its presence in the Black Sea region, a Russian newspaper reported quoting Defense Ministry sources.

The military is planning to test the fresh forces, infrastructure and weapons deployed to the regions bordering the Black Sea in the headquarters exercise Caucasus-2016, scheduled for September, the sources told Novaya Gazeta daily. The exercise will include joint use of various forces in the Caucasus Mountains and on the Black Sea, they added.

The plans to reinforce Russia’s southwestern borders must be tied with NATO’s plans to boost its military presence in the region, as well as with its constant effort aimed at increasing the combat abilities of the Ukrainian Army, the newspaper suggested after receiving the sources’ information.

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The problem for NATO is that when Russia military weapons builders have delivered their equipment, that equipment works precisely as advertised if not better.

With Western made military equipment, many times the products are very much behind delivery schedule, way over budget, and not performing at all to spec, when field tested.

Jan 20 11:23

Dutch PM: EU needs to sharply reduce refugee numbers

The number of refugees coming to Europe must be vastly reduced in the coming weeks, Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte said on Wednesday (20 January), as he outlined the priorities for the Dutch presidency of the EU for the next six months.

“We are running out of time. We need a sharp reduction in the coming six to eight weeks,” Rutte warned.

He told MEPs that tackling the migration crisis would be top of his agenda, and urged states to implement agreements which have already been made.

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