Communications seen by Exaro reveal that the Metropolitan Police Service’s Directorate of professional standards launched the investigation into the officer last month.
Headlines: 7th October 2015
BBCs Panorama programme, soon to be aired, will focus on debunking claims of child abuse by politicians and other establishment paedophiles, which comes in the wake of it’s own scandal of facilitating child abuse by it’s former stars Jimmy Savile, Stuart Hall and others.
‘This is how I responded to a request by BBC1’s Panorama for an interview with me for it’s programme on the ‘Westminster paedophile network’…
I often appear on television and radio in the UK and abroad to talk about – and face questions about – Exaro’s work.’
‘Russia may use its naval forces to establish a blockade along the Syrian coastline to facilitate the delivery of armaments into Syrian territory, a senior parliamentary official says.
Vladimir Komoyedov, who heads the Defense Committee of Russia’s State Duma (lower house of parliament), said the vessels of the Russian Navy’s Black Sea Fleet would be used, during the potential mission, to bring in weaponry, Russia’s Ria Novosti news agency reported.
“Regarding the large-scale use of the Black Sea Fleet in this operation, I don’t think it will happen, but in terms of a coastal blockade, I think that it’s quite [possible],” he said, adding, “The delivery of artillery strikes hasn’t been excluded; the ships are ready for this, but there is no point in it for now. The terrorists are in deep, where the artillery cannot reach.”’
‘US foreign policy expert Zbigniew Brzezinski says the United States should retaliate if Russia does not stop bombing its assets (ISIS) in Syria.
Brzezinski, the national security adviser for former President Jimmy Carter, advised President Barack Obama to attempt to disarm the Russians if they keep attacking the CIA-trained militants in Syria.
“The Russian naval and air presences in Syria are vulnerable, isolated geographically from their homeland,” Brzezinski wrote in an article published by the Financial Times on Sunday. “They could be ‘disarmed’ if they persist in provoking the US.”‘
‘So it is the U.S., not Turkey, which was first pushing the claims of air space violation and of scrambling fighters. The Turkish source would not confirm that.
But how could it be a real air space violation when Russian planes “flew within five miles of the Turkish border and may have crossed into Turkey’s air space”. The Russian planes were flying in Syrian airspace. They “may have crossed” is like saying that the earth “may be flat”. Well maybe it is, right?’
‘A US senator has slammed America’s $500-million program to train “moderate” rebels in Syria, saying the money should go to aid refugees instead. Chris Murphy told Russian media his “concern” that the program could aid terrorists “turned out to be true.”
“My concern from the beginning was that we were going to end up unwittingly aiding and abetting terrorist groups like al-Qaeda,” Murphy, a Democrat from Connecticut, told Sputnik news agency, adding “I am sorry that my concern turned out to be true.”
The senator has been repeatedly calling for the suspension of the US train-and-equip program in Syria that the chamber approved last September. The Pentagon was granted $500 million for the program in 2015 and has requested $600 million for 2016. The Obama administration’s goal is to train 15,000 rebels in three years to fight the Islamic State terrorist group.’
‘The EU plans to deport hundreds of thousands of migrants in a matter of weeks by creating a new border guard unit and pressuring countries which receive development aid from the organization, according to a document leaked to the Times.
The EU plans to deport hundreds of thousands of migrants back to their home countries within weeks, according to a Brussels secret document leaked to British daily the Times.
The plans apparently include the creation of a new “dedicated return office” unit in the EU’s Frontex border guard agency to deal with the “irregular migrants.” The EU plans to use trade treaty clauses to force the return of refugees whose asylum applications failed to countries including Mali, Niger, Somalia, Ethiopia and Eritrea, which have development aid and trade treaties with the EU, the Times reported.’
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