‘One of David Cameron’s former legal advisers was accused yesterday of trying to discourage a Labour MP from naming Lord Brittan over child abuse allegations.
Simon Danczuk, the campaigning Rochdale MP, claimed Sir Edward Garnier spoke to him before he was due to give evidence to a committee of MPs this summer.
Mr Danczuk said Sir Edward – who was Solicitor General from 2010 to 2012 – said that ‘challenging Lord Brittan on child abuse would not be a wise move’.’
‘A former cabinet minister was photographed with a naked boy in the sauna of a guesthouse at the centre of historic child sex abuse allegations, an MP has said.
Tory Zac Goldsmith claimed that a child protection campaigner had been told by one of the owners of the Elm Guest House, Carol Kasir, that she had photographs of ‘establishment figures’ at the hotel where boys in care had been ‘brought in for sex’.
But the evidence, along with logbooks, names, times, dates and photographs of Mrs Kasir’s customers simply disappeared after a 1982 police raid on the guesthouse.’
The Boy Named Sue.
I have been dealing with a legal action brought by serial Canadian litigant Richard Warman for the last – wait for it – TWELVE YEARS. No, that’s not a typing error – TWELVE YEARS. If that sounds mad, well, it’s because it is.
The action relates to what was said about him in Children of the Matrix published in 2001 – THIRTEEN years ago – in a chapter headed ‘The Gatekeepers’.
The action fits perfectly with Warman’s stated policy of what he calls ‘Maximum Disruption’ – setting out to cause maximum disruption to the lives of his legal targets, the number of which is absolutely shocking. A figure of 69 was mentioned in one of his cases last year and if that is not 100% accurate then he can let me have what he says is the number and I’ll add it here.
His legal campaigns have led to financially devastated lives, people being silenced and websites forced to close as a result. Despite this, Warman was given a ‘human rights’ award by the Canadian Jewish Congress.
How he can afford to pay all the lawyers he hires goodness knows – take this single action over 12 years alone.
There are many people in Canada who are now terrified of saying anything about Warman for fear of yet another lawsuit and more maximum disruption. I say ENOUGH.
‘Parents must take their young children to have the flu vaccine because they are ‘super-spreaders’ of the virus, according to the chief medical officer.
Dame Sally Davies said that so far this year, only a quarter of children aged two to four have been vaccinated even though all are eligible.
She warned that it was crucial they are protected as they are vulnerable themselves and may pass it on to elderly relatives or pregnant mums.
Last year was the first time that all two and three year olds were offered the vaccine and from this autumn, it has been extended to four year olds.’
‘Two of the BBC’s top executives have claimed salary cuts cannot go much further…despite the fact they are paid a combined £690,000-a-year.
Strategy chief James Purnell, who earns £295,000, and finance director Anne Bulford, on £395,000, were accused of ‘scare tactics’ as they threatened to slash the programming budget to save more money.
Miss Bulford said ‘tough choices’ would have to be made over which services are cut as further belt-tightening in pay, staff numbers and the property portfolio is impossible.’
‘David Cameron will announce plans today to ban European Union nationals from claiming in-work benefits in Britain for four years as the Prime Minister attempts to regain the political initiative on immigration.
He will also set out moves to bar jobless EU nationals from receiving benefits and to toughen rules on removing them from the country. He will also promise to end the payment of child benefit to youngsters living abroad.
The Government was reeling yesterday from new figures revealing a dramatic leap in net annual migration to more than a quarter of a million, which it blames on a surge of new arrivals from the EU.’
‘Police were called to supermarkets and stores across Britain as stores opened their doors to hundreds of customers on one of the biggest shopping days of the year.
A number of shops opened at midnight, boasting ‘massive bargains’ – and officers were called to four London supermarkets to ensure that sale-goers “were able to enter and exit the stores safely”.
Nobody was injured, and no arrests were made, Scotland Yard said. The same scenes were recreated in Cardiff, where South Wales Police reported a number of calls from staff at Tesco stores who were concerned about “customer conduct”.’
‘Facebook can gain direct access to a person’s mobile and take pictures or make videos at any time without explicit consent, MPs warn as they call on social media companies to simplify their terms and conditions.
The MP said that they should simplify the conditions of using their services, which are designed for US courts, because they are so impenetrable that “no reasonable person” can be expected to understand them.
The MPs on the Science and Technology select committee called for the Government to draw up new guidelines for websites and apps explaining clearly how they use personal data, warning that laws will be needed if companies fail to comply.’
An aggressive Russia and growing worries about its reliability as an energy exporter should have provided a big boost to Poland’s nascent shale gas industry.
Instead, gloom pervades the sector as unpromising geology, together with high costs and regulatory concerns create growing questions over shale’s future in Poland.
The biggest problem is that, despite the early promise, the results from the few wells that have been properly tested have proven to be lacklustre.
‘Many mainstream media websites helped a fake video go viral this month. The video showing a young Syrian boy running through sniper fire to save a little girl was exposed as a fake when the Norwegian producer, Lars Klevberg, made the fact public.
One of the stated aims of the Norwegian film makers was to “see how the media would respond to a fake video.” This article examines how that experiment went.
The Western press very quickly accepted the video as real and used it to support the US administration’s narrative on Syria. Many top US news sources began to spread the story. Even though the producer said he explicitly added big hints that the video was fake, like the children surviving multiple gun shots.’
‘You may think you come from some smart apes or from no-where, however, wouldn’t it just be nice to know the real truth. The only reason you don’t know is that ‘they’ have lied to you and you have never been searching for it, that is, until now.
Conventional philosophical, historical, scientific and religious sources should have explained why you are here, and what you must do to achieve what you were meant to achieve in this life. And to do that, you first have to understand what you really are, because you truly don’t know, do you? Don’t kid yourself, you don’t. What you look at in the mirror is just some ape-like-body in a mini skirt or a tie, but it’s not you. So, if you don’t know what you really are, how can you get anything right in your life? Your life is just an accident waiting to happen. And for many of you, your daily doings are totally accidental and most likely far from successful in achieving your life’s purpose.’
‘Sometimes in life we are presented with an opportunity that shows us, without question, what greatness looks like, sounds like and acts like. There are other times in our lives when we realize just how inner-connected we are with the other people on this planet. Then, it happens. We are presented with a gift that we could never have imagined. We come face to face with honesty, integrity and true patriotism.
The character that makes a man is not necessarily his accomplishments. How many people do you remember that gave you an honest handshake? Kept their word when it mattered most? Stood by you during your darkest hour? These people are few and far between in most peoples lives. In other peoples lives, sadly, they are nonexistent. It seems there is a total disconnect developing between truth and lies. Lies have become truth and truth has become very, very dangerous; some may argue deadly. Just look at the rash of banker “suicides” over the past three-four months. There have been so many, I can no longer keep count.’
‘Everything on our planet is regulated – as in ruled by law. Whether they be outright laws, local ordinances or any type of restrictions, in not just physical activity but also social rules over interactions. Under the guise of so-called democratic societies giving the impression that we agreed to all of this or even thought it up for ourselves, we now live seriously restricted lives, with the penalty of fines or incarceration looming over our heads if we don’t obey.
It’s all about control. Carefully manipulated control.’
‘It’s Thanksgiving in America again. It’s time to stop and think about what is there to be thankful for. For the sake of many of us who care about and seek truth, let’s review a list of things to be thankful for despite the insane Orwellian world we live in.
Despite the numerous false flags this year, the lies, the staged stories and the massive advances of the globalist plans for full domination of a depopulated world, despite all of this let’s examine ten things we should still be thankful for:’
‘A provocative new study titled, “Epidemic of complicated mumps in previously vaccinated young adults in the South-West of France,” reveals that the MMR vaccine, despite generating high rates of presumably protective IgG antibodies against mumps, does not always translate into real-world immunity against infection as we have repeatedly been told. To the contrary, the study details cases where, despite finding the presence of high levels of antibodies against the mumps virus, patients contracted a malignant form of mumps that only rarely follows from natural, community acquired infection.’
‘Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the Knesset on Wednesday that the proposed “national law”, or Jewish nation-state bill, would close the door to the Palestinian right of return, Arabs48 news website reported.
He criticised Israel’s “imbalance” between Jewish identity and democracy, saying: “Over the years, a distinct imbalance has been created between the Jewish element and the democratic one. There is an imbalance between individual rights and national rights in Israel.”
The version of the bill that the Israeli cabinet passed on Sunday ostensibly recognises equal rights, but says only Jews have national rights and the country as a whole is a Jewish state.’
‘Insurgents controlling the eastern Libyan city of Derna are terrorizing local residents with summary executions, public flogging and other abuses, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Thursday.
“Extremist militias controlling Derna in the absence of any state authorities have unleashed a reign of terror against its inhabitants,” HRW’s Middle East and North Africa director Sarah Leah Whitson was quoted as saying by the organization.’
‘The Cleveland police department released surveillance footage on Wednesday showing the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy in a city park on Saturday. The video, released in both real-time and frame-by-frame versions, shows Tamir Rice hanging out in a park by himself, occasionally pointing what was later revealed as a BB gun in different directions, including at a passerby whose likeness is blurred.
After talking on his phone and kicking up snow, Rice sits inside a gazebo until a squad car pulls up. Rice then stands and appears to point the gun at two officers moments before they shoot him in the torso. Because the squad car conceals Rice’s body, it is unclear at what point he is shot by police. A red circle in one of the videos shows his raised arm above the car with the gun in his hand. He died the next day.’
‘In the context of rapidly increasing antidepressant use internationally, and recent reviews raising concerns about efficacy and adverse effects, this study aimed to survey the largest sample of AD recipients to date. An online questionnaire about experiences with, and beliefs about, antidepressants was completed by 1829 adults who had been prescribed antidepressants in the last five years (53% were first prescribed them between 2000 and 2009, and52% reported taking them for more than three years).
Eight of the 20 adverse effects studied were reported by over half the participants; most frequently Sexual Difficulties (62%) and Feeling Emotionally Numb (60%).Percentages for other effects included:’
The city of Irving, Texas has experienced five earthquakes in four days, leading some critics to blame increased seismic activity on nearby fracking operations.
The first earthquake, Saturday night, was a magnitude 3.3 quake that was felt by hundreds of North Texans. A 2.5-magnitude quake hit on Sunday, followed by two more on Monday, magnitudes 2.2 and 2.3. And a fifth 2.7-magnitude earthquake was reported Tuesday evening just east of the University of Dallas campus.
Residents and city leaders point to area oil and gas disposal wells, where fracking wastewater is injected deep underground, as likely culprits. There is a wastewater disposal well near the epicenter of Saturday’s quake.
‘Hours after reports that 31 students from Cocula, in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, had been abducted by a criminal gang weeks before the attack by local police in Iguala against the Ayotzinapa students, Mexican authorities released a statement late Wednesday saying they could not verify the kidnapping took place.
Mexican Minister of the Interior Miguel Angel Osorio Chong said that his office called the principal of the Justo Sierra junior high school in Cocula and that he said his lists didn’t show that any students were missing.
“The principal assured us that no student is missing, but we are also investigating through the Guerrero’s Attorney General’s office to see if they have any complain or report regarding the abduction of 31 students,” he added.’
‘Amnesty International (AI) has condemned Egypt over razing to the ground hundreds of homes in Rafah, near the border with southern Gaza Strip, to create a buffer zone with the blockaded Palestinian territory.
Late in October, Egypt started setting up the buffer zone along its border with Gaza. As part of the plan to create the 13-kilometer long and 500-meter wide buffer zone, the Egyptian army reportedly destroyed more than 800 homes in Rafah, while about 1,100 residents in the area were displaced.
Amnesty International on Thursday called on Egyptian authorities to put an end to the “unlawful evictions” of residents to create the buffer zone.’
‘EU lawmakers have criticized Israel during a debate on the recognition of Palestinian statehood at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, eastern France, Press TV reports.
It is expected that a vote on the subject next month will get the overwhelming support of EU legislators.
The lawmakers believe that the EU’s recognition of Palestine as a state would send out a clear message to Israel that killing Palestinians and illegally seizing land is unacceptable.’
‘The United States will arm Israel, a key ally in the Middle East, with 3,000 smart bombs as part of Washington’s military aid to Tel Aviv.
The Department of Defense announced that the funding for the sale will come from the military package and will be paid until the end of November 2016. The United States provides Israel with some $8.5 million in military aid per day.
The cost of the deal is estimated at $82 million, through which the Israeli Air Force will receive thousands of G-DAM model bombs.’
Why would these people attempt to damage the work of someone who was at the front line 25 years ago before there was a ‘truth movement’ and has already done more to alert people to the truth worldwide than this lot will do collectively if they live to be a thousand?
Who benefits? The System.
Why would they be so quick to criticise the UK Column which is way further down the rabbit hole than they will ever be prepared to go?
Who benefits? The System.
You can expect some major attempts to discredit me in the next few months which are bubbling in the background at the moment because I am getting far too close to the truth and they know that I won’t be intimidated or silenced.
I take it as a compliment and I’ll just run at them quicker.
Watch this space and all that.