Theresa May’s staggering hypocrisy

Theresa May hypocrisy
Back in 2007 Theresa May wrote an article in which she furiously condemned the Prime Minister Gordon Brown for not having a democratic mandate after he was appointed as Tony Blair’s successor and demanded an early General Election.

Theresa May’s complete U-turn on whether new Prime Ministers should call a General Election in order to seek a democratic mandate is a staggering display of self-serving hypocrisy. She’s clearly not even remotely interested in democratic mandates, because if she was, she’d call the snap election she demanded of Gordon Brown back in 2007.
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Published in: on July 12, 2016 at 18:12  Leave a Comment  
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Rep.Trey Gowdy Asks FBI Director James Comey About Hillary Clinton Emails

Hilary Clinton thinks that laws are for poor people and do not effect her.(Forsooth)

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France: Government Sign Executive Order To Curb French Uprising

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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has called for emergency powers to deal with the growing unrest in France, as citizens revolt against their government.

Valls has invoked a special constitutional article to force through a controversial bill on Tuesday that he says should put a stop to the French revolution currently taking place.

This is the second time he has bypassed the legislature on this issue amid stiff opposition from members of his own party.
Read more at yournewswire.com

The French government should listen to the people who elected them. The country belongs to the people not a few chosen individuals in a posh building in Paris.

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House of Commons: Jeremy Corbyn response to Chilcot inquiry

Jeremy Corbyn is the best hope for the UK at this time. We will not get anywhere with the Tories or Blairites who do not care what ordinary people think. A General election right now would get the Labour Party back in power, but only if Jeremy Corbyn is their leader. If Jeremy is pushed out then the Labour Party will not see the light of day for many decades.

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Independent Scotland

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Yes Minister — Why Britain Joined the European Union

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Lexit the Movie

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The most dangerous man

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Independent Scotland!!

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Tony Blair is a psychopath!

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European remain propaganda

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There a lot of rubbish being spouted on both side of the ‘in or out’ campaign in the run up to the European referendum on June 23rd. More on the remain side.

Jeremy Hunt says that a Brexit would damage the NHS. No Mr Hunt, nobody could damage the NHS more than you are doing at present. Jeremy Hunt is on record saying that he would privatise the NHS.

Cameron says that the poor would be hit hardest by a Brexit. I think that the present Tory government is doing a great job of hitting the poorest hardest right now.

Cameron says the world would be a more dangerous place if we left Europe. But the present Tory government’s foreign policy is doing a wonderful job of making the world a more dangerous place.

Europe needs the UK. The UK does not need Europe.

Europe is but a stepping stone to World domination along with TTIP, TPP, NAFTA, CETA, and many other parts of the corporate agenda to take over the World and take our freedom.

I’m voting to leave. I’ve been waiting years for a chance to vote leave.

(Forsooth)

Tory lies over the EU

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This is pretty awkward for the Prime Minister and his Remain campaign. The paving slabs let the cat out of the bag – the very same group of campaigners have just swapped a banner. Then shuffled around to pretend they are different people in a different city at a different time.

Resorting to recycling activists for photo ops betrays the lack of support for Cameron’s version of the EU. Perhaps because his Europe is one of tax avoidance, corporate hegemony and privatisation.

In 2013, he personally shielded offshore trusts – much like the one that benefited him – from an EU tax crackdown.

Meanwhile, he has always firmly supported the US-EU ‘trade deal’ the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), which would allow US giants to subvert our democracy in kangaroo courts while suing our governments for being perceived to inhibit profit. TTIP would also open up our public services to further privatisation.
Read more at thecanary.co

Published in: on June 3, 2016 at 06:47  Leave a Comment  
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‘Poland is Dying Under EU Occupation’: Warsaw Should Follow British Suit

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Poland has been hindered by EU membership and would have outclassed even Germany had it not joined the European Union, Polish politician Janusz Korwin-Mikke said, adding that if the British decided to exit the EU, Poland should follow suit.

Though admitting that Warsaw has been receiving financial assistance from the EU, Korwin-Mikke, the founder of the libertarian conservative party KORWiN, said that Poland had lost more than it had gained.

“We could live like kings… Our economy was growing 8 percent […] before we entered the EU. Now we are down to 1 percent, sometimes 2. These losses are absolutely terrible,” he complained, adding that “if we had maintained the previous growth rate would have been ahead of Germany.”
Janusz Korwin-Mikke insisted that “Poland is dying under EU occupation” and therefore should leave it.

Moreover, he believes that the the entirety of Europe is dying, people will soon take to the streets and that Europe will plunge into a major crisis before 2018.
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Iceland’s Biggest Political Party Is Now The “Pirate Party”

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Iceland’s anti-establishment Pirate Party continues to lead nationwide polls as the most popular choice for the next elections. The party — whose policies include internet freedom, drug decriminalisation, and open democracy — has consistently led the polls for the last year and, as a result, has secured more funding than any of its rivals.

The 2008 financial crisis hit Iceland hard. The following year, the krona was devalued by around 50%, unemployment doubled, and capital controls were introduce. Miraculously, the country rose from the ashes to become one of Europe’s top performers in terms of growth. More recently, the political establishment has been in turmoil since three government ministers were implicated in the global Panama Papers scandal.

Despite their struggle, or perhaps because of it, the list of reasons to admire Icelanders keeps on growing. Whether it’s the sentencing of senior bankers — or the mass outrage at the offshore leak, which propelled 10% of the population to the streets and ousted the Prime Minister — the radical refusal of Icelanders to bow down and accept establishment corruption is admirable.

Because of this, the surge in popularity of the once-fringe Pirate Party comes as little surprise — recent polls suggest almost half the nation supports them. In Iceland, financial support for political parties is allocated based on how well they have done in polls.
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BREXIT THE MOVIE FULL FILM

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People Are Finally Realizing the BBC Is a propaganda arm of the government

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The BBC has come under fire for its reporting on the May 5 elections, including its relentlessly hostile anti-Labour smear campaign, which has arguably bordered on vendetta. While the public broadcaster has long been slammed for institutional bias and undermining shifts toward a more progressive and inclusive Britain, its recent election coverage and orchestrated timing of reporting on other major issues seems to have grabbed people’s attention.

Reporting by the “public service broadcaster” over the last few weeks has called into question the political neutrality of the organisation’s political commentators. At the same time, many are waking up to the fact that the agenda they are subjected to is a carefully selected and edited version of the truth.
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David Cameron is planning a crackdown on free speech that could silence dissent

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David Cameron’s new crackdown, reportedly to be announced in the Queen’s speech, will see people silenced and free speech curtailed. According to Politics Home, the legislation will “include measures to gag individuals, close down premises and ban organisations”. Also, programmes perceived to contain “unacceptable extremist material” will be shut down by the UK’s broadcasting watchdog Ofcom, under the Extremism Bill.

Couple this with the government’s definition of ‘domestic extremist’ and the censorship could apply to literally anyone. According to the National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU):

Domestic Extremism relates to the activity of groups or individuals who commit or plan serious criminal activity motivated by a political or ideological viewpoint.’

Sounds reputable until you discover the government has redefined ‘serious criminal activity’ to suit its agenda:

‘That the conduct involves the use of violence, results in substantial financial gain or is conduct by a large number of persons in pursuit of a common purpose.’

The last part reads “a large number of persons in pursuit of a common purpose”. Combine that with “motivated by a political or ideological viewpoint” and you still couldn’t get much more vague. A student union fits that description. The Conservative party fits that description. Sunday mass fits that description. But importantly for the government, a demonstration against fracking, austerity or anything you can think of, fits that description.

Read more at thecanary.co

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Complete MSM Blackout as Americans Protest Their Fake Presidential Election Process

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Ron Paul Bombshell: All US Elections Are Rigged

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Ron Paul has told a national television station that he believes the entire American electoral system to be rigged, in order to keep independent thinkers from taking positions of power.

The former Texas congressman said “I see elections as so much of a charade,” adding that elections are rigged and claiming that “so much deceit goes on“.

Paul is no stranger to the twisted rules of the American presidential horse race. He ran for the highest office as a Libertarian in 1988, and in 2008 and 2012 as a Republican.

He arguably came closest to the nomination in 2012, when the GOP amended its party regulations to prevent the former Texas representative from stealing Mitt Romney’s thunder.

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The Syrian Election Results

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“Syria’s ruling Ba’ath Party and its allies have won the majority of the votes in the recent parliamentary elections in the country, official results show.

The Syrian electoral commission announced late Saturday that the National Unity coalition, comprising the ruling party and its allies, had won 200 of the 250 seats at the People’s Assembly (Majlis al-Sha’ab).” ~ Press TV

Tuesday’s Syrian election was a vote of confidence by the Syrian people in their government. 5,085,444 voters cast their ballots out of a possible 8,834,994 eligible voters.

The overall participation rate of 58% (virtually identical to Canada’s last federal election) exceeded the government’s expectations in most places but was low in others.

For example, it was over 80% in Homs but only 52% in Tartous. What might explain the uneven results is the history of the war. People who suffered the most from the war, for example in Homs, were probably more grateful for their liberation and more motivated to exercise their political rights than people in Tartous who saw no fighting at all (though they lost thousands upon thousands of sons and grandsons in the war).

Also significant was the fact that over 140,000 refugees returned across the Lebanese border in just one day in order to vote.

Read more at globalresearch.ca

The BBC did not run this story.

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