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‘Henry Kissinger, a former secretary of state of the United States who often offers voluntary advice on matters of geo-politics, has suggested that the US and Europe should sustain their direct aggressive engagement in parts of the world they do not belong to and work to restrain other countries.
In a recent article written for CapX, which came to attention days later, Kissinger, a nonagenarian, presented a series of questions about “challenges” faced by “the transatlantic world” — the alliance of Western Europe and the US.
According to Kissinger, the challenges, ones that would have “consequences for the future world order,” involved Russia, China, the Middle East, and the evolving relationship between Western Europe and the US.’
Christopher Hitchens – Discussing the crimes of Henry Kissinger
‘British business chiefs have said Theresa May must consider delaying Brexit beyond March 2019, to avoid the chaos of an EU withdrawal for which the country is unprepared.
A report from one of the UK’s foremost business organisations said extending the negotiation period would be the “simplest solution”, to avoiding a disorderly Brexit that could do untold damage to the economy.
The proposal from the Institute of Directors (IoD) directly contradicts the Prime Minister’s goal of a clean break in two years, but was immediately backed by one of the country’s foremost business figures, Sir Martin Sorrell.
The IoD also proposed a string of other measures which fly in the face of Ms May’s plans, including a transition period in which the UK stays in the single market, remains under EU law and maintains existing customs arrangements.’
‘Poverty across the European Union has reached new levels while the Brussels elite continues to preach about unity and success.
More than a quarter of children in the 28-member state club are living below the breadline with the total number of poor predicted to reach 100million by 2020.
One in four Europeans are now affected by poverty, with the worst affected nations being in the eastern bloc.
The most recent figures suggest 119 million people were living in poor homes – at risk of poverty.
Figures from 2015 show more than a third of the population was at risk of poverty or social exclusion in Bulgaria, Romania and Greece.
Across Europe 27 percent of children now live in a poor households.’
‘If there is a run on the bank, any bank in the EU, you better be among the first to get your money out.
Although it’s your money, the EU wants to Freeze Accounts to Prevent Runs at Failing Banks.
European Union states are considering measures which would allow them to temporarily stop people withdrawing money from their accounts to prevent bank runs, an EU document reviewed by Reuters revealed.
The move is aimed at helping rescue lenders that are deemed failing or likely to fail, but critics say it could hit confidence and might even hasten withdrawals at the first rumors of a bank being in trouble.
The proposal, which has been in the works since the beginning of this year, comes less than two months after a run on deposits at Banco Popular contributed to the collapse of the Spanish lender.’
‘Electronic money, a cashless society, is perhaps the ultimate and most direct means of the New World Order (NWO), also called One World Order (OWO), to control us all via its financial system. A system that the NWO would like to maintain as the world’s financial system, albeit, it has already been reduced to the western world’s financial system.
Why reduced to the Occident? – Because the Orient, China, Russia and the other countries belonging to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and to the Eurasia Economic Union (EEU) have already largely delinked themselves from the western dollar-based system of fraud. They are saved from slavehood.’
‘France has boasted to City of London chiefs that it will use Brexit to sabotage the British economy, according to a bombshell leaked memo.
The memo, sent to Ministers, says the French government and banking chiefs are plotting to ‘actively disrupt and destroy’ the UK’s multi-billion-pound financial sector when Britain leaves the EU – even if France gains nothing.
The missive blames the ‘giddy’ effect of newly elected President Emmanuel Macron for an ‘assertive collective endeavour’ to wreck the City, which is worth £66 billion a year to the Treasury in tax receipts – around half of the entire budget for NHS England.
The memo was written after the City of London’s Brexit envoy – former Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne – held talks in Paris earlier this month at the French finance ministry, state-owned Banque de France, the French Senate and the British Embassy. He met banking chiefs, senior politicians and diplomats.’
“Germany’s image in the international community has been severely damaged due to the incidents in Hamburg,” German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel told Bild’s weekend edition following three nights of violent clashes between the left-wing radicals and police in the German northern port city that hosted the G20 summit.
“All alleged political motives for this orgy of violence are full of deceit and should just serve as a disguise for the real motive of the offenders that [came] from all parts of Europe: violence in itself,” Gabriel added.’
‘America built a secret network of remote underground bunkers during the Cold War in case of a nuclear strike by the Russians.
But they were not made to protect civilians – the hideouts were just for top government officials.
In a plan as brutal as it was logical, the President and his inner circle would be saved while tens of millions of ordinary Americans would be incinerated.
Realizing that there was no way to save the population, the conclusion was that ‘the government would protect itself and let the rest of us die’ writes national security expert Garrett M. Graff.’
Macron’s La Republique En Marche (REM) and its allied Democratic Movement (MoDem) secured 32.32 percent in the first round, ahead of the Republicans and their allies with 21.56 percent. The National Front (FN) received 13.20 percent in a vote which had lower than 50 percent turnout, official final results released early Monday morning by the interior ministry revealed.’