Current Affairs

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Terror - We are Being Suckered

Terror – We are Being Suckered

Henry Makow asks: what do the Illuminati hope to achieve from terrorism?

Turkey coup ‘plotters’ claim asylum in Greece after flying in by helicopter

Despite Turkish demands for their immediate deportation, Greece has said that it will examine the soldiers asylum requests

Topol and Topol-M were among more than 400 vehicles taking part, along with troops and drones. Click to enlarge

Putin prepares for World War III

Are we surprised given the West’s military build-up on Russia’s borders?

Britain Is Now A One Party Political System

Britain Is Now A One Party Political System

Political infighting has reduced the Labour Party from being the official opposition to a party at odds with itself. Gilad Atzmon explains

Who's in Theresa May's New Cabinet?

Who’s in Theresa May’s New Cabinet?

Some key appointments after new Tory Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle

Nottinghamshire police to count wolf-whistling in street as a hate crime

Political correctness begins to show its real face — and it’s not about tolerance but quite the opposite

Beijing threatens air defence zone over South China Sea

In a move that could sharply escalate tensions, Beijing says it could declare an Air Defence Identification Zone over the South China Sea

Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon ignored in Europe

This has received little publicty but Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was roundly snubbed when she approached other EU leaders with proposals for Scotland to remain in the EU following Brexit

A protester throws rocks next to burning tyres during a demonstration on July 6 2016, in Bulawayo Zimbabwe. Residents clashed with police after the arrest of two political activists staging a protest in the City centre. Zimbabwe police fired warning shots and teargas as a protest strike against President Robert Mugabe's economic policies gripped the country Wednesday, closing businesses and crippling public transport. The strike follows days of unrest over the government's failure to pay civil servants' salaries, a currency shortage, import restrictions and multiple police road blocks reportedly extorting cash from motorists.

The end is coming for Robert Mugabe: Zimbabwe could be on the brink of revolution

A military coup looks increasingly likely. Although whether that will improve life for ordinary Zimbabweans is another question

Nigel Farage reveals he feared being ASSASSINATED so stood down as UKIP leader

Those fears were justified after knives were found smuggled into a campaign rally: evidence that Farage was NOT controlled opposition

Micah Johnson. Click to enlarge

U.S. Army reservist named as lone gunman in Dallas police ambush

Another “lone gunman” — now dead so he can’t contradict the official version of events — seems at odds with early reports that spoke of “at least two snipers”

Britain lifts ban on front line close combat roles for female soldiers

Like so many fine sounding ideals I suspect that the change in legislation shrouds a much darker objective

Dallas police stop driver after snipers shoot 4 officers and wound another 7. Click to enlarge

Five police officers killed in Dallas ambush during street protests

Snipers kills five, wound seven officers at rally protesting police shootings

A member of the Syrian government forces stands infront of a bulldozer, north of the southern Syrian city of Deraa. Click to enlarge

Welcome to Dera’a, Syria’s ‘Graveyard of terrorists’

Robert Fisk reports from the frontline in Syria. Where ‘rebels’ are using grenade launchers supplied by either Israel or Jordanian-based coordinators

Senior Labour Party insider reveals plan to oust Corbyn was in play 10 months ago

A covert campaign to oust Jeremy Corbyn was underway almost as soon as he won his landslide victory in September 2015

Suicide attack carried out near U.S. consulate in Saudi Arabia

No doubt timed to coincide with America’s Independence Day

Devastation wrought by the latest bombings in Baghdad. Click to enlarge

IS-claimed Baghdad blast kills at least 119

Bombing follows the recent recapture of Fallujah from the militants

Mammonism, Brexit and The Rest of Us

Mammonism, Brexit and The Rest of Us

Gilad Atzmon talks to Alimuddin Usmani about the rise of Mammonism. Includes video

Austria court overturns presidential elections, calls rerun

This has implications beyond Austria. Following Britain’s vote to leave the EU a win by the Freedom Party could encourage other euroskeptic parties across Europe

French say Britain COULD have trade deal and control its borders

Major boost for hopes of a smooth UK exit from the European Union