Headlines: 30th August 2015
‘The resignation of Syria’s President Bashar Assad is “an important part of the fight” against the Islamic State (ISIL) militant organization, the US Department of State said Friday.
The statement came after US Special Envoy for Syria Michael Ratney’s visit to Moscow earlier on Friday for consultations with Russian officials on the ongoing conflict in Syria.
“Assad has proven through his brutal and repressive tactics that he has lost all legitimacy, and he must go as part of a genuine political transition,” the statement said.’
‘The crisis is totally out of control, and it’s direct blowback from the US and its allies’ regime change operations in Libya and Syria. Europe gains nothing whatsoever from this and is anxiously trying to mitigate the fallout while giving off the impression of partial compliance with its heavily promoted ‘values’, but conversely, Europe’s pain is the US’ gain. Washington is seeing to it that the continent’s most prominent countries (France and Germany, in particular) are caught up in a demographic nightmare, a time bomb of sorts that can be strategically activated at will in the event that these states ever decide to pursue policies independent of the US’ dictates.
They already had their own preexisting issues before this, but now they’re being exacerbated and creating clear tension between identity groups and political parties, opening new avenues for the US to exercise its stereotypical divide-and-rule policies when needed. To put it frankly, the US purposely created the conditions that sparked the refugee crisis, and it’s weaponizing the individuals that are fleeing from these theaters to use them as unwitting tools in a larger power play against Europe.’
‘The leftist Greek party Syriza has come out ahead in an opinion poll, despite defections following arguments over the country’s debt crisis and just one week after the party’s chief and country’s Prime Minister stepped down.
The party is seeking re-election following the resignation of Alexis Tsipras on the 21st of August.
Tsipras stepped down as Prime Minister, saying he had a “political and ethical responsibility” to allow the electorate to judge his administration’s work after it failed to live up to Syriza’s promise to end austerity.’
‘The Chilcot report on the Iraq War may only come out next June because it was ‘so badly written’ that military chiefs have forced the inquiry to be reopened, it’s been reported.
Author Tom Bower, who says he’s interviewed 180 cabinet, Army and Whitehall figures for a new book, has made the shock claim after a torturous week for dead soldiers’ relatives.
Inquiry leader Sir John Chilcot has refused to name a date for his six-year report’s publication despite missing a deadline to do so laid down by the families – who have threatened to sue him.’
‘How would you react to such a fictitious headline? What would your reaction be to a news item relating to a campaign by ‘white Brits for Jeremy?’ How would MP Jeremy Corbyn or his campaign respond to such racially oriented support groups? Let me guess, Corbyn would be quick to disassociate himself from such politics for good reason.
This will make it fascinating to see how long it will take Jeremy Corbyn to disassociate himself from ‘Jews For Jeremy’ (http://jewsforjeremy.org/), a Jews only group that was formed this week by a bunch of secular and atheist Jews to support the leading candidate in the contest to lead the Labour Party. I advise you not to hold your breath. While racism and racial exclusion is, thankfully, totally unacceptable in Britain, Jewish racism is not only kosher, it is actually encouraged within the British and Western Left – embarrassing indeed.
But how did all of that came about: what is the rationale behind the formation of this new Jews only group?’
‘The father of pop star Adam Ant has been linked to shock allegations that VIP paedophiles including top politicians raped and murdered children in Westminster.
Alfred Leslie Goddard, whose son had a string of chart hits in the 1980s, was jailed for preying on runaway boys nearly 30 years ago.
The former council porter was a member of a gang that included Britain’s most notorious paedophile, Sidney Cooke, who was later convicted of the sadistic gang rape and killing of a teenage boy and is suspected of murdering many more.’
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‘The UN is to visit the UK to investigate whether Iain Duncan Smith’s welfare reforms have caused “grave or systematic violations” of disabled peoples’ human rights, it has been reported.
A leading disability charity says that they have been contacted by the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities as part of an investigation into human rights abuses against disabled people in the UK.
Inclusion Scotland, a consortium of disability organisations in Scotland, says the UN committee has advised them that they will be sending a Special Rapporteur to the UK in the “near future” as part of their probe.’