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Old 03-01-2019, 11:27 AM   #401
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Choice is between TWO bad deals or what 17.4 million voted for.....
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Unlimited immigration into the United Kingdom was a huge factor in 17.4m voting to leave.

That’s not because we’ve all painted our faces red, white and blue and turned into a nation of racists but because we aren’t daft enough not to notice that public services here are coming apart at the seams.

Immigrants are not, it must be said, the main cause of this – and should be defended as human beings with rights as strongly as possible.

But the numbers were just not adding up. We can’t go on indefinitely adding to Britain’s population and expect anything other than our problems with the National Health Service, to get still worse.

Then there is the destruction of our fisheries and agriculture and the ever-growing fear that we might become part of an EU army.

For it’s not just the parlous and dangerous state of the EU now that we must consider but it’s likely direction of travel in the future.

It is designed to become more and more of a political union with German Chancellor Angela Merkel putting her cards fairly and squarely only a couple of days ago by insisting that countries should be willing to give up their sovereignty.

Add in the fact that the EU is among the most bureaucratic and unaccountable organisations on the planet with unelected and faceless members of the European Commission being handed real influence in how Britain is run.

Look again at the disastrous financial trends in the Eurozone – of which Britain thankfully stayed apart from – and the queue of countries waiting for the chance to be given the chance to register their disapproval via the ballot box.

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Britain handing £1.5BILLION to the world's most corrupt countries - despite warnings much of it will be wasted, stolen or seized by terrorists

Aid to the world’s most corrupt countries has leapt by more than 12 per cent
Analysis of official figures reveals the UK handed over more than £1.53billion
The £170million increase comes despite a string of aid money scandals

By Jason Groves Political Editor For The Daily Mail
Published: 00:52, 5 January 2019 | Updated: 01:32, 5 January 2019

British aid to the world’s most corrupt countries leapt by more than 12 per cent last year, despite warnings much of it will be wasted, stolen or even seized by terrorists.

Analysis of official figures reveals the UK handed more than £1.53billion to the world’s 20 most corrupt countries – up from £1.36billion the previous year.

The £170million – 12 per cent –increase comes despite a string of aid money scandals. UK aid to the most corrupt nations has almost doubled in five years, rising from £814million in 2012.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...countries.html
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Old 05-01-2019, 12:23 PM   #403
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BBC bias risks public violence
January 3, 2019
By David Hardy

The BBC’s biased coverage of the Brexit debate is denying the British public the comfort of knowing the fight was fair – knowledge that may prevent anger from boiling over post-Brexit, says David Hardy.

As the UK’s painful, weary and protracted exit from the EU continues (just), the establishment plot to thwart the withdrawal becomes ever more belligerent, ever more desperate, ever more unhinged. Whatever it may or may not be, Brexit has certainly shone a very disturbing light on British democracy or what has always been assumed to be democracy.

According to Chancellor Phillip Hammond, MPs who respect the outcome of the 2016 Referendum are “extremists.” Several of his conservative colleagues – most notably Nick Boles and Anna Soubry – have threatened to quit the party if democracy is actually upheld. Amber Rudd has started to agitate for a second referendum. The Guardian’s Polly Toynbee has labelled Tory Brexiteers ‘far right’ – a sure sign that the Remain side has lost the intellectual debate.

But these antics are nothing compared to those of the BBC. Leaving aside the Remain-heavy panels of Question Time, Marr and The Daily Politics Show and the very different treatment meted out to the minority of Leave supporters compared to the majority of guests/panellists who support Remain, buoyed by tacit support from government the broadcaster has, over the past few months, morphed from implicit to vocal Remain cheerleader.

Only last week Kirsty Wark of Newsnight shouted over John Redwood, who was attempting to explain the mechanisms and benefits of a UK exit to Word Trade regulations. In what was an unedifying but increasingly common example of BBC partisanship, the Newsnight host was absolutely determined the audience would not hear a WTO rational. It worked too. Mr Redwood’s message got lost in the commotion.

Wark’s performance should not have come as a surprise. Britain’s national broadcaster remains determined to suppress and/or disparage any entity offering a rational explanation of the World Trade organisation – what it does, how it operates and most importantly how the UK could benefit from extended membership.

When was the last time you saw or heard a WTO expert interviewed by the BBC? When has the BBC even bothered to explain the mechanisms of the WTO? When was the last time the broadcaster aired the opinion of Roberto Azevêdo, Director-General of the WTO who has categorically stated that UK transition to WTO regulations will not cause the post-Brexit catastrophe promoted by the BBC? Contrast the lack of visibility of WTO experts on the BBC to the ubiquity of the likes of Alistair Campbell, Tony Blair and Mairead McGuinness Vice President of the European Parliament.

‘There is nothing to fear from trading on WTO terms,’ writes Lord Bamford of JCB. Bamford also notes how his company trades under both EU and WTO regulations. When did you hear the BBC solicit the views of business people such as the JCB chairman?

Instead, it prefers to recycle the rhetoric of Remain. Day in day out, BBC correspondents such as Katya Adler assail their viewers with grim talk of “crashing out” of the bloc and horrifying “No Deal” scenarios. Meanwhile, Emily Maitlis obsessively steers Newsnight guests towards the topic of a second referendum, hoping of course to normalise what is nothing more than a cynical establishment coup to thwart democracy.

Making Brexit – WTO exit – invisible, the last resort of the ‘extremist’ and the ‘far right’ has become BBC policy. Similarly, pushing for a second referendum between Theresa May’s ‘deal’ (Soft Remain) or full Remain has become the Holy Grail of not only the BBC but the majority of the British political class.

The plot to subvert Brexit in the shape of a second referendum though can only happen with media – BBC – complicity. For in BBC land there is an indomitable belief in the benevolence of the big state and governance of the many by the few, and an even more zealous belief that the little people cannot be trusted with the really big decisions. Above all else, the BBC wishes to maintain the status quo. In order to achieve this aim, the likes of Kirsty Wark and Emily Maitlis must ensure the British public are exposed to only one side of the story: the pro-EU side in what amounts to calculated and wilful deception – brainwashing by any other name.

Consistent exposure to propaganda is known to break down resistance. Psychologists call the tactic of normalisation through exposure and repetition ‘The Mere-exposure effect.’ This theory postulates that individuals develop preferences largely through familiarity. Thus, when Emily Maitlis keeps repeating her second referendum mantra, she does so in the knowledge that the more the message is repeated, the likelier it will become accepted by the masses. “No Deal,” “Brexit rebels,” “people’s vote,” the current lingua franca of Britain’s ‘impartial’ state broadcaster is a (none too) subtle attempt to brainwash the population, to crush its resolve, to frighten, scare and ultimately control how it conceptualises EU withdrawal.

That the broadcaster has so readily adopted the language of Remain tells its own story. The BBC – in particularly its Director General Lord Hall – is distraught at the idea of leaving the EU. Nor is this devotion simply a matter of money. EU payments to the corporation may amount to several million pounds, but this is small beer to an organisation that enjoys an annual budget of around £5 billion. The corporation’s fervent devotion to the EU springs rather from ideological affinity, an assumption that the rich and powerful have an inherent right to impose their will upon the populace.

Indeed, ever close union does not alarm, but rather thrills the BBC ideologue. With its relentless march towards control of free speech and expression, the Brussels bureaucracy’s peculiar form of authoritarianism together with its stringent anti-populist rhetoric is peculiarly attractive to those of a similarly autocratic disposition.

This is why Brexit is no longer about tariffs or trade deals. It has become a philosophical struggle between the forces of globalism (BBC/Parliament) and populism (the ordinary citizen). Brexit is, and always has been, a struggle between the powerful and the dispossessed, between the Haves and Have-nots. It is not, as the BBC has attempted to portray, a fight between Left and Right.

So how much longer will the UK put up with BBC? Faced with a political class that is fully in line with its own brand of right-think, the broadcaster grows more audacious by the hour. Neither broadcaster nor government appear to care about the long-term ramifications of their proposed anti-Brexit coup. But there will be consequences, quite possibly profound ones.

What happens when democracy fails so catastrophically? To where do the disenfranchised majority turn and what action can they take? “When the broadcaster is part of a totalitarian system,” prophetically writes Sir Hugh Greene, BBC Director General from 1960-69, “it may require a revolution to eject broadcaster and government together.”

Just over two hundred years ago the French proletariat finally said “enough!” The time had come to expel a corrupt, aloof establishment class. If the state broadcaster insists on continuing along its current trajectory, ejection might be the only viable option left to the people.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. There is another way: Britain’s state broadcaster could simply choose to report ethically and truthfully, to treat both sides of the debate with equanimity. This way should Remain prevail, the British public will at least have the comfort of knowing the fight was fair – knowledge that may prevent anger from boiling over. Losing fair and square is one thing, losing through deception another thing altogether.

Will the BBC ever change its ways? Can a leopard change its spots?
http://commentcentral.co.uk/bbc-bias...blic-violence/
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Old 05-01-2019, 12:40 PM   #404
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An army of social justice warriors

While the germans look to recruit non-germans into their army the british army has called for more people from around the commonwealth to join its ranks and now has a recruitment drive appealing to various 'liberal' elements of society cos they are the kind of people you want next to you in your fox hole when the shit hits the fans! Leaves you wondering why these european armies suddenly need so many personnel when they are not in a war?

is this just what happens when you out-source your recruitment to private companies? Inevitably big corporations that are part of the corporate network will ALWAYS push a politically correct agenda so they will always seek to shoulder out white men in favour of...well anybody including refugess that are total strangers and have no loyalty to the country at all...

They have paid Capita £495 million to handle army recruitment according the article below but i could improve the armies recruitment FOR FREE! All you need to do is pull our armies back from illegal foreign wars and assert that their role will be one of protecting the british people NOT the interests of the big corporations. You could then use the british military on british soil for humanitarian efforts. Also drop the requirement to swear allegiance to the queen and instead get them to swear allegiance to the british people. Then I'd consider joining; i'd work to defend my community but i'm not going to fight to defend the queen or to make rich people richer

'Any f*****, we're desperate!': Furious soldiers take aim at Army's new £1.5m recruitment drive calling on Snowflakes and Phone Zombies

New poster campaign appeals to computer game geeks and selfie addicts
The campaign is said to have cost the Army around £1.5million to put together
But angry soldiers have hit back at the campaign mocking the intended targets
One example replaces the term 'snowflake' with 'any f****r... we're desperate'
Another called on swingers to enlist as the Army could use their team work

By MailOnline Reporter
Published: 09:06, 4 January 2019 | Updated: 18:08, 4 January 2019

The £1.5 million campaign shows six soldiers with labels of modern stereotypes including 'millennials' and 'phone zombies' in a bid to appeal to a wider pool of talent. One of the mocked up posters replaces the 'snowflakes' with 'any f*****r* adding 'we're desperate' at the end of the 'your army needs you' slogan. Another replaces 'phone zombies' with 'swingers', cheekily suggesting that the Army could use their team spirit. The new drive comes as the Army failed to meet recruitment targets as it 'under-estimated the complexity of what it was trying to achieve' when it embarked on a project with outsourcing giant Capita, according to a National Audit Office report in December. Capita was controversially awarded the £495 million contract for Army recruitment in 2012, but the Army has not recruited the number of soldiers it requires in any year since the contract began.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...s-sign-up.html
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Britons 'will continue to hand over £200million in aid to Bangladesh' - despite fears country's government rigged elections to stay in power

UK's aid package includes £16 million for a project to aid political participation
On polling day 17 people were killed and ballots boxes were tampered with
A mother-of-four was gang-raped as punishment for voting against the government.

By Barbara Jones for The Mail on Sunday
Published: 01:24, 6 January 2019 | Updated: 01:33, 6 January 2019

British taxpayers will continue to hand over £200 million in aid to Bangladesh, despite fears the country’s government rigged last week’s election to stay in power, a Foreign Office Minister has said.

The UK’s mammoth aid package includes £16 million for the ‘Strengthening Political Participation’ project, intended to boost ‘locally led election observation and support civil society to demand more accountable politics’.

On polling day, 17 people were killed in clashes, hundreds of opposition officials were arrested, ballot boxes were tampered with and a mother of four was gang-raped as punishment for voting against the government.

Britain, the EU and US are all calling for an investigation after the incumbent Awami League party led by Sheikh Hasina, 71, claimed a third term in office after taking 288 of the country’s 298 parliamentary seats with 96 per cent of the vote.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...angladesh.html
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A good breakdown of the ongoing brexit derailment by richie in the first half of his show today:

Sunday View On richieallen.co.uk For Sunday January 6th 2019

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UK: How MPs are Plotting to Stop No Deal Brexit | Jack Buckby

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What They're Not Telling You About the Yellow Vests

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Julia Hartley-Brewer: "The Prime Minister's deal is NOT Brexit"

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‘This community needs to be able to defend itself’: Germany’s defence minister says the EU is already building a ‘united’ army

German defence minister says how Europe is already creating a joint force
Ursula von der Leyen said Germany and France are the 'driving forces' of defence
She hit back at those sceptical at the European Union's PESCO defence scheme
One PESCO project, adopted in late November, involves France, Belgium and Cyprus developing a Beyond Line of Sight Land Battlefield missile systems family

By Joseph Laws For Mailonline
Published: 23:23, 10 January 2019 | Updated: 14:34, 11 January 2019

The German defence minister has said how a European joint force is 'already taking shape'.

Ursula von der Leyen said Germany and France are 'driving forces' in European defence and said the two countries would assist each other in the event of an armed territorial attack.

She also hit back at those sceptical at the European Union's PESCO defence scheme activated in 2017, where national armies will co-operate on military projects.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ited-army.html
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The great divide that's even greater than Theresa May's historic defeat
John Brindley (Staff Author)
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WOW! 432 votes to 202 is a crushing defeat by any standards.

But there’s an even more telling statistic than the one currently on our lips after Theresa May’s Brexit withdrawal deal took a hammering in the House of Commons.

And that figure is 480 against just 160 – the Press Association’s poll of how MPs had decided to vote in the historic 2016 referendum.

That’s 480 or around 75 per cent in favour of Remain, the losing side in the people’s poll.

And just 160 or 25 per cent for Leave, the people’s choice.

That sums up why we appear to be in such a paralysed mess as we approach our scheduled departure date from the European Union on March 29.

Without doubt, there exists a huge divide between elected politicians and the country, or electorate, they supposedly represent on the most important issue to face the United Kingdom for a generation.

It’s not primarily about the European Union, although they are notoriously difficult and pedantic people to negotiate with.

The main obstacle to what should, in theory, be a straightforward task of leaving the EU lies within our own political system.
read on here https://www.davidicke.com/article/51...istoric-defeat
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'GREAT BETRAYAL has BEGUN!' Brexiteer issues SHOCK warning at Leave conference
By Freddie Jordan
January 18, 2019
'Labour MP Kate Hoey took to the stage and announced that a “great betrayal” had begun to sweep Britain amidst increasingly fervent calls for a second referendum. She warned: “Despite everything, despite the attacks, despite the incredible abuse that we’ve all had, we’re bigger than ever. We’re stronger than ever, right across the country.

“And we need to be strong for what is going to be happening in the next few months.

“Because let us be quite clear tonight - the great betrayal has begun.

“In fact, it begun a few months ago.

“Slowly those who’ve never wanted us to honour the referendum are sensing and waiting for people to show weakness.

“And there are a lot of people with weakness in our government.”

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage, who also spoke at the event, said Brexiteers should get ready for the possibility of a second referendum.

He said: "Let us prepare, let us organise.'
https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/10...y-Nigel-Farage

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There's a lot of talk in the corporate media about the deployment of british troops into the streets of britain to protect against chaos in the wake of a no-deal brexit or at least that's the excuse given by the media

However i suggest that what is far more likely is that the government is preparing for a derailment of brexit by creating a deal that will essentially keep britain in the EU for example by keeping us in the customs union while retaining freedom of movement

So really i believe the troops are being brought back to quell any upswelling of anger from the brexit supporters resulting from the governments betrayal of their democratic decision

Essentially we are witnessing the death of democracy in britain because 75% of the politicians voted REMAIN and they are refusing to respect the BREXIT vote of the british people

This clearly illustrates that the politicians work for corporate interests and not the interests of the british people because we see the remainer chancellor philip hammond having talks with big business reassuring them that the politicians will not allow a no deal situation ie brexit
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