‘Police are investigating claims that at least five paedophile rings operating at the heart of Westminster were covered up.
Labour MP John Mann has submitted an explosive dossier to police naming 22 politicians – including three serving MPs and three serving members of the House of Lords – linked to historical child abuse.
Last night, he said the complexity of the criminality at the heart of the Establishment during the 1970s and 1980s had been underestimated.’
‘Dozens of child abuse survivors have urged the government to scrap an inquiry into historical abuse and replace it with a more powerful body.
In a letter to Home Secretary Theresa May, they called for a new inquiry with the power to “compel witnesses to give evidence under oath”.
This followed a leaked letter from Mrs May in which she told current inquiry members their panel might be disbanded.’
‘A former police chief told how his superiors tried to stop a major paedophile investigation, warning: “Don’t open the box, you will never get the lid back on.”
Retired Detective Chief Superintendent Roger Gaspar said Scotland Yard top brass feared what Operation Hedgerow would unearth when it was launched in August 1987.
He told the Sunday Express he was denied extra resources and was told to “deal with what he had” throughout the two-year inquiry.
Mr Gaspar, who now lives on the Essex coast, also suggested a paedophile unit should be set up to investigate abuse in the late 1980s, but the request was turned down.’
‘North Korea has issued a threat to attack US landmarks after claiming to have proof that the government was behind the controversial movie The Interview.
The yet-to-be-released film, starring James Franco and Seth Rogan, has been thrust into the centre of a row between North Korea and the US after hackers attacked Sony’s computer systems.
The plot of the comedy eventually sees dictator Kim Jong Un be assassinated.’
‘The coordinated manipulation of global energy prices, a NATO build-up in Eastern Europe, and the rekindling of terrorism in Russia’s southern Caucasus region all appear to be ever-increasing crescendos toward a much larger event – a “Russian Maidan.”
The necessary components of a successful Western bid to overthrow the Russian political order include a political front protesting in Russia’s major cities, as well as a full-spectrum economic war to put pressure on Russia’s population, increasing dissent as well as swelling the ranks of staged protests Wall Street and Washington put in Russian streets. Another necessary component includes armed components to act under cover of “peaceful protesters” to escalate street demonstrations, prevent security forces from restoring order, and to carry out the actual physical overthrow of these security forces.’
‘Around 80,000 families face benefit cuts of £250 this month in further sanctions against the jobless and disabled, it has been claimed.
The Public and Commercial Services Union said data provided by the Department for Work and Pensions showed 74,000 would lose more than £19million in Jobseeker’s Allowance.
And £700,000 in employment and support allowances are being taken away from 6,800 disabled people.’
‘A former trader at Royal Bank of Scotland has become the first UK banker to be arrested on suspicion of rigging the £3.5trillion a day foreign exchange market.
City of London police and the Serious Fraud Office arrested the unnamed man at an address in Billericay in Essex on Friday morning.
The SFO refused to give any more details, confirming only that an individual had been arrested in connection with one of its investigations.
But sources confirmed that the individual worked at RBS and was involved in the trading of foreign current rates.’
‘An “alarming” number of pre-school children are being prescribed drugs to treat hyperactivity – contrary to medical guidelines that say they should not be used on children under six – because overstretched health workers go straight to medication rather than offering psychological interventions.
More than a fifth of educational psychologists say they know of preschool children who are being given medication such as Ritalin even though the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) recommends psychological interventions should be tried first.
The survey, which aimed to investigate the medicalisation of childhood behaviour, also found there was an “intolerance of difference”, so children not conforming to the norm were increasingly being seen as having something wrong with them.’
‘Britain’s poorest families hand over a bigger proportion of their income in taxes than better-off households, research published today discloses.
They are hit particularly hard by VAT, the Treasury’s second-biggest source of revenue, according to a report by the TaxPayers’ Alliance.
It warns that any increase to the 20 per cent standard rate of VAT would pile further financial pressure on struggling households.’
‘A police force is preparing to abandon round-the-clock monitoring of CCTV cameras and spend the money on ‘bobbies on the beat’.
Dyfed-Powys Police discovered its network of security cameras was failing to cut crime and is poised to drop monitoring the CCTV feeds to save cash.
An independent report found the cameras had “little success in deterring violent crime or anti-social behaviour”.’
‘The battle over untapped natural gas in New York State appears to have reached its end. Following an extensive public health review of hydraulic fracturing, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a complete ban on the oil and natural gas harvesting practice in the state on Wednesday.
The 184-page report, conducted by the New York State Department of Health, cites potential environmental impacts and health hazards as reasons for the ban. The research incorporates findings from multiple studies conducted across the country and highlights the following seven concerns:’
‘”It’s not my thing when Afghans get raped by dogs,” Jack remarked.
Todenhoefer’s son, who was present with him in Kabul and was transcribing Jack’s words, was so startled by the comment he nearly dropped his pad and pen.
The war veteran, who loathed manipulating Western politicians even as he defended tactics of collective punishment, continued his account: Afghan prisoners were tied face down on small chairs, Jack said. Then fighting dogs entered the torture chamber.
“If the prisoners did not say anything useful, each dog got to take a turn on them,” Jack told Todenhoefer. “After procedure like these, they confessed everything. They would have even said that they killed Kennedy without even knowing who he was.”’
‘After a heated two-day discussion, the vast majority of Jordanian Parliament members voted on Wednesday for a non-binding motion rejecting the government’s recent decision to buy natural gas from Israel’s offshore Leviathan reservoir.
Starting Tuesday morning – under the dome of parliament – an estimated 92 MPs called on the government to cancel the gas deal, with some describing it as “stolen Palestinian gas” in three-minute speeches.
Others warned the government about the consequences of “confining Jordanians under the mercy of Israel” for 15 years.’
‘The relief fund can appeal this terrorist designation and is trying to do so. But to mount a successful legal action it must raise money.
Yet as a proscribed terrorist organization it cannot raise money without putting donors at risk of being labelled terrorists.
That’s because, as the public safety department website explains, it is illegal to fund “any activity of a listed entity for the purpose of enhancing the ability of the entity to facilitate and carry out a terrorist activity” — a clause the government apparently interprets quite broadly
Put simply, if an organization is labelled terrorist by the government, any attempt to dispute that label is itself terrorism.
‘More than 30 cities in Spain have expressed their anger over the so-called ‘gag’ legislation that criminalizes social protest and, demonstrators say, curbs the freedom of expression.
The slogan of the movement is “Gag Law, why do they want to shut us up?” and unites several groups of citizens spearheaded by the “We Are Not Criminals” civil platform.
The demonstrators also believe that the legislation would allow the deportation of immigrants. “No Human is Illegal,” was another of the slogans of the demonstrations.’
‘After not-so-subtly hinting that he would like to be president in 2016, Texas Governor Rick Perry has warned that “Large doses of vaccines” may be needed to respond to a bio-terror attack on the United States.
During Remarks at the Texas A&M Commencement Convocation last Thursday, Perry said “The allure of Texas A&M is not confined to our culture. This special place offers an excellent academic experience, and is one of the premiere research institutions in the country. Today Texas A&M is the largest research institution in the State of Texas. Our engineers, working with our scientists created the cutting edge National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing, a first of its kind method for the production of life-saving drug therapies. That vision led to a major federal grant of $176 million to create the Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing. It will be capable of creating large doses of vaccines to respond to deadly viruses or a bio-terror attack on our nation.”‘
‘The boss of Britain’s broadcasting regulator was at the centre of an explosive row with media mogul James Murdoch last night.
The dispute erupted after outgoing Ofcom chief executive Ed Richards claimed he had been threatened during his eight years in the £393,000-a-year post.
He alleged that one media mogul had shouted at him in his office: ‘We know who you are, we know who your friends are and we know where you live.’
The comments, made at a leaving party at Ofcom’s London HQ on Monday, drew gasps of astonishment from guests. Mr Richards did not identify the person but guests said they believed he was referring to Rupert Murdoch’s son James.’
‘It is being called one of the greatest wealth redistribution schemes in the history of the planet, but it is also one that is highly favored by some of the country’s largest corporations. In fact, many of them have become semi-dependent on the steady income stream the process provides.
I’m talking about food stamps and other forms of welfare, of course, but not in the sense you may suspect.’
‘Tens of millions of Americans face years of loss of electrical power if major solar storms ramp up in the future, sending electromagnetic pulses that will destroy grids and infrastructure, according to an internal two-year-old Department of Homeland Security document.
As reported by the Washington Free Beacon, DHS’ Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, said in a 2012 fact sheet detailing its potential responses to severe “space weather” that it is simply impossible to know the full extent of such events.’
‘One of Sierra Leone’s few remaining top health specialists has died after contracting the Ebola virus. Reports indicate that the experimental Ebola drug ZMab had been en route from Belgium to treat the man, known as Dr. Victor Willoughby, but it was already too late, as he had succumbed to the later stages of the deadly illness.
According to Reuters, Dr. Willoughby contracted Ebola after treating a man with organ-related problems. The patient, a senior banker in town, was later diagnosed with the hemorrhagic disease after Dr. Willoughby had already been in contact with him, which resulted in the rapid development of Ebola symptoms not long after.’
‘It seems police can get away with anything: choking men who have surrendered; shooting unarmed teens; knocking pregnant women to the ground. While the issues involving race, civil rights and the relationship between law enforcement and communities are essential for examination and correction, few are talking about how all of this fits into the larger pattern of America’s cultural decline and decay.
America has become a society addicted to violence and indifferent to the suffering of people without power. Whenever there is a combination of a culture of violence and an ethic of heartlessness, fatal abuse of authority will escalate, and the legal system will fail to address it.’
‘The Obama administration ratcheted up the pressure Friday on the isolated Stalinist regime in North Korea, with the FBI formally accusing North Korea of responsibility for the hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment and Obama declaring that the US government would carry out an unspecified “proportionate response” against Pyongyang at “a time and place of our own choosing.”’
‘Antonio and Rosario Marciano, of the Italian website Tanker Enemy have produced an outstanding documentary entitled: “ Chemtrails: the secret war ”. This film analyses and provides scientific evidence pertaining to the chemtrails phenomenon.
Weather manipulation is only one (collateral) aspect of this phenomenon. What is at stake is a covert military agenda.’
‘A former British citizen detained in Djibouti in 2012 alleges he was threatened with physical and sexual abuse and “strongly encouraged” to cooperate with American interrogators before being rendered to New York, court documents reveal.
Mahdi Hashi, who is awaiting trial in the US on terror-related charges, was stripped of his British citizenship in June 2012, just a few months before he was detained in the tiny east African state.
Documents filed in relation to his case by his US attorney, Mark Demarco, state that Hashi was detained “in a secret Djiboutian facility under extremely harsh conditions” and was subjected to “illegal interrogation” by US intelligence officials.’
‘A group of Israeli settlers have stormed into the Islamic museum of the al-Aqsa Mosque in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) amid rising tensions in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The settlers forced their way into the mosque under the protection of Israeli forces in their latest acts of violence against the holy Islamic site.
According to a recent report by the Palestinian non-governmental organization of the al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage, nearly 14,000 Israelis, most of them extremist settlers, have stormed the al-Aqsa Mosque compound since the beginning of 2014.’
‘Iran’s parliament (Majlis) speaker Ali Larijani says the US-led coalition’s battle against the ISIL Takfiri militants is nothing more than a charade.
Speaking to reporters at Damascus International Airport upon his arrival on Sunday, Larijani said the fight against terrorist groups would bear fruits only through the “effort and resistance” of nations.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran supports a political solution that will prevent the continuation of the massacre in Syria by terrorists and will be based on democracy and public demand,” he said.
He reiterated that Iran would back any solution based on the Syrian people’s decision.’
‘Members of the European Parliament say the EU has conspired with the United States to commit acts of terror by providing it with secret torture centers, Press TV reports.
A US senate committee revealed a report last week, saying EU members including Poland, Romania and Lithuania were home to secret CIA interrogation centers following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York.
According to the report, waterboarding, rectal feeding and chaining people to walls were among the torture techniques used against detainees by the CIA.’
‘Egypt has reportedly opened its Rafah border crossing with the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip for the first time in two months, providing temporary relief to the Palestinians seeking to leave the impoverished enclave.
The Sunday development came as Maher Abu Sabha, a Palestinian official in charge of the Gaza side of the border, said the Rafah crossing would only remain open for two days.
Nearly 250 Palestinians as well as ambulances carrying medical patients were allowed to cross into Egypt on Sunday.’
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.