Wednesday, June 29, 2016

BBC and 'far left' combine to re-write history in Rochdale

BBC drama on Rochdale sex abuse scandal

Date published: 29 June 2016

The BBC is making a TV drama based on the true story of the victims of the Rochdale sex abuse scandal.

Maxine Peake, who starred in Shameless and played Myra Hindley in the moors murders film See No Evil, is set to play a main role in the show, along with fellow TV star Lesley Sharp.

The two actresses will play women who listen to the victims after years of them being ignored by the authorities.

The BBC said the drama would focus on the abuse of the girls and how they were “let down” by the system, not on the fact that all the perpetrators were men of the same ethnic origin.

Writer of the show Nicole Taylor told The Guardian newspaper: “Whatever I thought I knew about what had happened in Rochdale, I knew nothing until I met the girls and their families. Listening to them was the beginning of understanding – not just of the terrible suffering they experienced but of the courage it took to persist and persist over years, in telling authorities who didn’t want to know, and ultimately participate in the court proceedings that brought justice”.

Nicole Taylor also wrote The C Word starring Sheridan Smith, the three-part drama is produced by the team behind Five Daughters, the multi-award winning BBC drama about the murder of five women in Ipswich in 2006.

Nazir Afzal, a consultant on the drama who is a former chief crown prosecutor for the North West, has described the show as both “ground-breaking” and “heartbreaking.”

Other stars to appear in the show include former Emmerdale actress Lisa Reilly and Jill Halfpenny from Coronation Street.
http://www.rochdaleonline.co.uk/news-features/2/news-headlines/103797/bbc-drama-on-rochdale-sex-abuse-scandal

NWN: Maxine Peake is a well known communist and is forever involved in far left activities.  Believe it or not, she used to be a card carrying member of the Communist Party .

'Politics is never far from the surface with Peake. The daughter of a lorry driver and care worker, she used to be a card-carrying Communist and still has distinct socialist leanings. She supported Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign for the Labour leadership, and was photographed at a rally in Manchester.'
https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2016/jan/17/maxine-peake-interview-red-top-socialism 

' Maxine said that her grandfather, a member of the Communist Party, was “on the receiving end of police victimisation” after collecting for the miners in 1984.'
http://biasedbbc.org/blog/2013/11/03/mask-of-anarchy/ 

The writer Nicole Taylor appears to be jewish and born in Glasgow. No surprises there then ?

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

What part of 'Leave' don't these MPs understand? RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says Remain's refusal to accept the referendum result shows contempt for democracy

The defeated Remain campaign were always going to be sore losers. They must not be allowed to get away with overturning the result of the referendum.
In refusing to accept the outcome, they have shown their innate contempt for democracy and aim to frustrate the clear will of the majority of the electorate.
They have become so used to getting their own way that their petulance is no great surprise. We should tell them to go forth and multiply. The people have spoken and our decision must be respected and implemented in full.
But while the graceless arrogance and temper tantrums of the Remain brigade were only to be expected, there are worrying indications that some leaders of the victorious Leave camp are starting to back-pedal, too.
Tory Brexiteer Daniel Hannan, one of the most consistently impressive anti-EU voices, showed the first signs of going wobbly during an interview on BBC2’s Newsnight
Tory Brexiteer Daniel Hannan, one of the most consistently impressive anti-EU voices, showed the first signs of going wobbly during an interview on BBC2’s Newsnight
Tory Brexiteer Daniel Hannan, one of the most consistently impressive anti-EU voices, showed the first signs of going wobbly during an interview on BBC2’s Newsnight.
He said the vote to leave and regain control of our borders did not necessarily mean that the numbers of immigrants coming to Britain would be reduced. Hannan suggested any new deal to retain access to the single market could also involve having to accept freedom of movement.
That would entail the Brexit campaign reneging on its promise to cut immigration to the tens of thousands. Challenged by presenter Evan Davis, Hannan tried to pretend that Leave had never said there would be a ‘radical decline’ in the headline figures.
Sorry, but that’s not what most people thought they were voting for. Our inability to prevent millions of migrants moving here at will was probably the defining issue of the entire campaign.
Boris Johnson, too, appears to be claiming now that immigration was not the ‘number one reason’ we voted for Brexit and has started sucking up to Bank of England boss Mark Carney, who should be given a one-way ticket home to Canada after abusing his office to bolster Remain.
Johnson wrote yesterday: ‘We must reach out, we must heal, we must build bridges — because it is clear that some have feelings of dismay and loss and confusion.’
Boris Johnson, too, appears to be claiming now that immigration was not the ‘number one reason’ we voted for Brexit and has started sucking up to Bank of England boss Mark Carney (pictured)
Boris Johnson, too, appears to be claiming now that immigration was not the ‘number one reason’ we voted for Brexit and has started sucking up to Bank of England boss Mark Carney (pictured)
Fair enough, but statesmanlike magnanimity in victory should not translate into feeble concessions when it comes to renegotiating Britain’s relationship with Europe.
Nor should it mean watering down a clear mandate from the British people simply to salve the hurt feelings of those who voted the wrong way.
If some distressed souls are genuinely experiencing ‘dismay, loss and confusion’ then they should seek solace in a psychiatrist, priest or bottle of Smirnoff. Boris may divide opinion, but he’s played a blinder over the past few months and deserves to be favourite to succeed David Cameron. To the victor the spoils and all that.
Johnson wrote yesterday: ‘We must reach out, we must heal, we must build bridges'
Johnson wrote yesterday: ‘We must reach out, we must heal, we must build bridges'
Even if you think BoJo clambered on board the Leave bandwagon for cynical reasons of personal advancement, so what? He showed genuine leadership, which is more than most of his colleagues did.
Boris spoke for Britain at a time when Cabinet members, including the Prime Minister and Chancellor, were talking the country down.
Certainly, thick-as-Bisto Theresa May shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near No 10. She spent the campaign hiding behind the sofa while others were putting their careers on the line.
As I reported recently, when it came to Brexit, Theresa found herself in a minority of one at a meeting of 200 Conservative supporters in her own Maidenhead constituency.
If she’s so out of touch with voters in her own backyard, how on earth can she expect to lead a Britain in which more than 17 million people voted against her stance on Europe?
Just in case you still think Theresa’s the way ahead for the Tories and the country, it’s worth reminding yourself that, as Home Secretary, she has been in charge of the immigration shambles for the past six years.
There have also been hints that Boris may be considering rehabilitating George Osborne by offering him the Foreign Office in return for his backing in the leadership contest.
That would not only be a serious mistake, it would be a slap in the face for everyone who voted Leave.
Boy George was the architect of the worst aspects of Project Fear. His apocalyptic warnings of economic ruin if we voted to get out were reprehensible.
Here’s what finally convinced me that Osborne was not a man ever again to be trusted with public office.
A couple of days before the referendum, I was listening to Nick Ferrari’s phone-in show on LBC radio. A man called in to complain that his 86-year-old widowed mother had rung him in a state of panic after hearing Osborne’s disgraceful warning that her pension would be in peril if we didn’t vote for Remain.
The race for the Tory leadership has begun after Cameron announced he would step aside the morning after Britain voted to leave the European Union
The race for the Tory leadership has begun after Cameron announced he would step aside the morning after Britain voted to leave the European Union
She was understandably beside herself with worry.
What kind of despicable individual preys on the fears of the elderly for political gain? Osborne should be thoroughly ashamed of himself.
More to the point, as Foreign Secretary, Osborne would inevitably have to be involved in the negotiations for Britain to leave the EU — something to which he is vehemently opposed. Would you trust him not to sell us out in Brussels?
Extracting ourselves from this corrupt, anti-democratic racket is going to be a long slog, but we are negotiating from a position of strength. There’s no reason why we can’t emerge from the process with everything we want, from control of our borders to reclaiming our traditional fishing waters.
It is a time, in Shakespeare’s words, to stiffen the sinews, summon up the blood and disguise fair nature with hard-favoured rage.
There must be no role for resentful Remainers, nor must Leave dilute our demands or lose their nerve.
If the embittered EU-fanatics think they can bully us out of fulfilling our nation’s independent destiny, then they have learned nothing from this bruising referendum campaign.

Some of us have long predicted the breakup of the European Union. The Cousins appear to have just delivered the coup de grace.
While Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU, England voted for independence. These people, with their unique history, language and culture, want to write their own laws and rule themselves.
The English wish to remain who they are, and they do not want their country to become, in Theodore Roosevelt’s phrase, “a polyglot boarding house” for the world.
From patriots of all nations, congratulations are in order.
It will all begin to unravel now, over there, and soon over here.
Across Europe, tribalism, of all strains, is resurgent. Not only does the EU appear to be breaking up, countries appear about to break up.
Scotland will seek a second referendum to leave the U.K. The French National Front of Marine Le Pen and the Dutch Party for Freedom both want out of the EU. As Scots seek to secede from the U.K., Catalonia seeks to secede from Spain, Veneto from Italy, and Flemish nationalists from Belgium.
Ethnonationalism seems everywhere ascendant. Yet, looking back in history, is this not the way the world has been going for some centuries now?
The disintegration of the EU into its component nations would follow, as Vladimir Putin helpfully points out, the dissolution of the USSR into 15 nations, and the breakup of Yugoslavia into seven.
Czechoslovakia lately split in two. The Donbass seeks to secede from Ukraine. Is that so different from Transnistria splitting off from Romania, Abkhazia and South Ossetia seceding from Georgia, and Chechnya seeking separation from Russia?
After World War II came the disintegration of the French and British empires and birth of dozens of new nations in Africa, Asia and the Middle East. America returned the Philippine islands to their people.
The previous century saw the collapse of the Spanish Empire and birth of a score of new nations in our own hemisphere.


In Xi Jinping’s China and Putin’s Russia, nationalism is rising, even as China seeks to repress Uighur and Tibetan separatists.
People want to rule themselves and be themselves, separate from all others. Palestinians want their own nation. Israelis want “a Jewish state.”
On Cyprus, Turks and Greeks seem happier apart.
Kurds are fighting to secede from Turkey and Iraq, and perhaps soon from Syria and Iran. Afghanistan appears to be splintering into regions dominated by Pashtuns, Hazaras, Uzbeks and Tajiks.
Eritrea has left Ethiopia. South Sudan has seceded from Khartoum.
Nor is America immune to the populist sentiments surging in Europe.
In Bernie Sanders’ fulminations against corporate and financial elites one hears echoes of the radical leftist rhetoric in Greece and Italy against EU banking elites.
And as “Brexit” swept the native-born English outside of multiracial, multiethnic, multicultural, multilingual London, populist-nationalist Donald Trump and anti-establishment Ted Cruz swept the native-born white working and middle classes in the primaries.
In Britain, all the mainstream parties – Labor, Tory, Liberal Democrat, Scottish National – supported “Remain.” All lost.
Nigel Farage’s UK Independence Party alone won.
In the past six months, millions of Democrats voted for a 74-year-old socialist against the establishment choice, Hillary Clinton, as Bush-Romney-Ryan Republicanism was massively repudiated in the Republican primaries.
As Trump said last week, “We got here because we switched from a policy of Americanism – focusing on what’s good for America’s middle class – to a policy of globalism, focusing on how to make money for large corporations who can move their wealth and workers to foreign countries all to the detriment of the American worker and the American economy.”

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Yesterday, news arrived that in May alone, the U.S. had run a trade deficit in goods of $60 billion. This translates into an annual deficit of $720 billion in goods, or near 4 percent of our GDP wiped out by purchases of foreign-made rather than U.S.-made goods.
In 40 years, we have not run a trade surplus. The most self-sufficient republic in all of history now relies for its necessities upon other nations.
What might a Trumpian policy of Americanism over globalism entail?
A 10 to 20 percent tariff on manufactured goods to wipe out the trade deficit in goods, with the hundreds of billions in revenue used to slash or eliminate corporate taxes in the USA.
Every U.S. business would benefit. Every global company would have an incentive not only to move production here, but its headquarters here.
An “America first” immigration policy would secure the border, cut legal immigration to tighten U.S. labor markets, strictly enforce U.S. laws against those breaking into our country, and get tough with businesses that make a practice of hiring people here illegally.
In Europe and America, corporate, financial and political elites are increasingly disrespected, and transnationalism is receding. An anti-establishment, nationalist, populist wave is surging across Europe and the USA.
It is an anti-insider, anti-Clinton wave, and Trump could ride it to victory.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/06/after-brexit-a-trump-path-to-victory/#Kp3VG3btwfyHrSiR.99

Monday, June 27, 2016

NWN: How long has it taken the multi -racial melting pot that is Boris Johnson to do a'volte-face' ? 48 hours ? On what criteria is Johnson  'British' ?

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I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe – and always will be  




Former London Mayor, and "Vote Leave" campaigner Boris Johnson speaks during a press conference in central London on June 24, 2016
British people will still be able to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and to settle down Credit: Stefan Rousseau/AFP

This EU referendum has been the most extraordinary political event of our lifetime. Never in our history have so many people been asked to decide a big question about the nation’s future. Never have so many thought so deeply, or wrestled so hard with their consciences, in an effort to come up with the right answer.
We who are part of this narrow majority must do everything we can to reassure the RemainersBoris Johnson
It has been a gruelling campaign in which we have seen divisions between family and friends and colleagues – sometimes entirely amicable, sometimes, alas, less so. In the end, there was a clear result. More than 17 million people voted to leave the EU – more than have ever assented to any proposition in our democratic history. Some now cast doubt on their motives, or even on their understanding of what was at stake.
It is said that those who voted Leave were mainly driven by anxieties about immigration. I do not believe that is so. After meeting thousands of people in the course of the campaign, I can tell you that the number one issue was control – a sense that British democracy was being undermined by the EU system, and that we should restore to the people that vital power: to kick out their rulers at elections, and to choose new ones.
The key results of the EU referendum Play! 01:08
I believe that millions of people who voted Leave were also inspired by the belief that Britain is a great country, and that outside the job-destroying coils of EU bureaucracy we can survive and thrive as never before. I think that they are right in their analysis, and right in their choice. And yet we who agreed with this majority verdict must accept that it was not entirely overwhelming.
There were more than 16 million who wanted to remain. They are our neighbours, brothers and sisters who did what they passionately believe was right. In a democracy majorities may decide but everyone is of equal value.  We who are part of this narrow majority must do everything we can to reassure the Remainers. We must reach out, we must heal, we must build bridges – because it is clear that some have feelings of dismay, and of loss, and confusion.
I believe that this climate of apprehension is understandable, given what people were told during the campaign, but based on a profound misunderstanding about what has really taken place. At home and abroad, the negative consequences are being wildly overdone, and the upside is being ignored. The stock market is way above its level of last autumn; the pound remains higher than it was in 2013 and 2014.
We should be incredibly proud and positive about the UK, and what it can now achieve. And we will achieve those things together, with all four nations unitedBoris Johnson
The economy is in good hands. Most sensible people can see that Bank of England governor Mark Carney has done a superb job – and now that the referendum is over, he will be able to continue his work without being in the political firing-line. Thanks in large part to the reforms put in place by David Cameron and George Osborne, the fundamentals of the UK economy are outstandingly strong – a dynamic and outward-looking economy with an ever-improving skills base, and with a big lead in some of the key growth sectors of the 21st century.
We should be incredibly proud and positive about the UK, and what it can now achieve. And we will achieve those things together, with all four nations united. We had one Scotland referendum in 2014, and I do not detect any real appetite to have another one soon; and it goes without saying that we are much better together in forging a new and better relationship with the EU – based on free trade and partnership, rather than a federal system.
I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe, and always will be. There will still be intense and intensifying European cooperation and partnership in a huge number of fields: the arts, the sciences, the universities, and on improving the environment. EU citizens living in this country will have their rights fully protected, and the same goes for British citizens living in the EU.
British people will still be able to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and to settle down. As the German equivalent of the CBI – the BDI – has very sensibly reminded us, there will continue to be free trade, and access to the single market. Britain is and always will be a great European power, offering top-table opinions and giving leadership on everything from foreign policy to defence to counter-terrorism and intelligence-sharing – all the things we need to do together to make our world safer.
Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHSBoris Johnson
The only change – and it will not come in any great rush – is that the UK will extricate itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this country – to pass laws and set taxes according to the needs of the UK.
Yes, the Government will be able to take back democratic control of immigration policy, with a balanced and humane points-based system to suit the needs of business and industry. Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHS. Yes, we will be able to do free trade deals with the growth economies of the world in a way that is currently forbidden.
There is every cause for optimism; a Britain rebooted, reset, renewed and able to engage with the whole world. This was a seismic campaign whose lessons must be learnt by politicians at home and abroad. We heard the voices of millions of the forgotten people, who have seen no real increase in their incomes, while FTSE-100 chiefs now earn 150 times the average pay of their employees. We must pursue actively the one-nation policies that are among David Cameron’s fine legacy, such as his campaigns on the Living Wage and Life Chances. There is no doubt that many were speaking up for themselves.
But they were also speaking up for democracy, and the verdict of history will be that the British people got it right.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/26/i-cannot-stress-too-much-that-britain-is-part-of-europe--and-alw/

NWN: How long has it taken the multi -racial melting pot that is Boris Johnson to do a'volte-face' ? 48 hours ? On what criteria is Johnson  'British' ?

================================

I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe – and always will be  



Former London Mayor, and "Vote Leave" campaigner Boris Johnson speaks during a press conference in central London on June 24, 2016
British people will still be able to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and to settle down Credit: Stefan Rousseau/AFP

This EU referendum has been the most extraordinary political event of our lifetime. Never in our history have so many people been asked to decide a big question about the nation’s future. Never have so many thought so deeply, or wrestled so hard with their consciences, in an effort to come up with the right answer.
We who are part of this narrow majority must do everything we can to reassure the RemainersBoris Johnson
It has been a gruelling campaign in which we have seen divisions between family and friends and colleagues – sometimes entirely amicable, sometimes, alas, less so. In the end, there was a clear result. More than 17 million people voted to leave the EU – more than have ever assented to any proposition in our democratic history. Some now cast doubt on their motives, or even on their understanding of what was at stake.
It is said that those who voted Leave were mainly driven by anxieties about immigration. I do not believe that is so. After meeting thousands of people in the course of the campaign, I can tell you that the number one issue was control – a sense that British democracy was being undermined by the EU system, and that we should restore to the people that vital power: to kick out their rulers at elections, and to choose new ones.
The key results of the EU referendum Play! 01:08
I believe that millions of people who voted Leave were also inspired by the belief that Britain is a great country, and that outside the job-destroying coils of EU bureaucracy we can survive and thrive as never before. I think that they are right in their analysis, and right in their choice. And yet we who agreed with this majority verdict must accept that it was not entirely overwhelming.
There were more than 16 million who wanted to remain. They are our neighbours, brothers and sisters who did what they passionately believe was right. In a democracy majorities may decide but everyone is of equal value.  We who are part of this narrow majority must do everything we can to reassure the Remainers. We must reach out, we must heal, we must build bridges – because it is clear that some have feelings of dismay, and of loss, and confusion.
I believe that this climate of apprehension is understandable, given what people were told during the campaign, but based on a profound misunderstanding about what has really taken place. At home and abroad, the negative consequences are being wildly overdone, and the upside is being ignored. The stock market is way above its level of last autumn; the pound remains higher than it was in 2013 and 2014.
We should be incredibly proud and positive about the UK, and what it can now achieve. And we will achieve those things together, with all four nations unitedBoris Johnson
The economy is in good hands. Most sensible people can see that Bank of England governor Mark Carney has done a superb job – and now that the referendum is over, he will be able to continue his work without being in the political firing-line. Thanks in large part to the reforms put in place by David Cameron and George Osborne, the fundamentals of the UK economy are outstandingly strong – a dynamic and outward-looking economy with an ever-improving skills base, and with a big lead in some of the key growth sectors of the 21st century.
We should be incredibly proud and positive about the UK, and what it can now achieve. And we will achieve those things together, with all four nations united. We had one Scotland referendum in 2014, and I do not detect any real appetite to have another one soon; and it goes without saying that we are much better together in forging a new and better relationship with the EU – based on free trade and partnership, rather than a federal system.
I cannot stress too much that Britain is part of Europe, and always will be. There will still be intense and intensifying European cooperation and partnership in a huge number of fields: the arts, the sciences, the universities, and on improving the environment. EU citizens living in this country will have their rights fully protected, and the same goes for British citizens living in the EU.
British people will still be able to go and work in the EU; to live; to travel; to study; to buy homes and to settle down. As the German equivalent of the CBI – the BDI – has very sensibly reminded us, there will continue to be free trade, and access to the single market. Britain is and always will be a great European power, offering top-table opinions and giving leadership on everything from foreign policy to defence to counter-terrorism and intelligence-sharing – all the things we need to do together to make our world safer.
Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHSBoris Johnson
The only change – and it will not come in any great rush – is that the UK will extricate itself from the EU’s extraordinary and opaque system of legislation: the vast and growing corpus of law enacted by a European Court of Justice from which there can be no appeal. This will bring not threats, but golden opportunities for this country – to pass laws and set taxes according to the needs of the UK.
Yes, the Government will be able to take back democratic control of immigration policy, with a balanced and humane points-based system to suit the needs of business and industry. Yes, there will be a substantial sum of money which we will no longer send to Brussels, but which could be used on priorities such as the NHS. Yes, we will be able to do free trade deals with the growth economies of the world in a way that is currently forbidden.
There is every cause for optimism; a Britain rebooted, reset, renewed and able to engage with the whole world. This was a seismic campaign whose lessons must be learnt by politicians at home and abroad. We heard the voices of millions of the forgotten people, who have seen no real increase in their incomes, while FTSE-100 chiefs now earn 150 times the average pay of their employees. We must pursue actively the one-nation policies that are among David Cameron’s fine legacy, such as his campaigns on the Living Wage and Life Chances. There is no doubt that many were speaking up for themselves.
But they were also speaking up for democracy, and the verdict of history will be that the British people got it right.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/26/i-cannot-stress-too-much-that-britain-is-part-of-europe--and-alw/

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Soubry says 'white working class' Leave voters have 'probably never even seen a migrant'


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Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry has claimed 'white working class' voters who have 'probably never even seen a migrant' were a large part of the Leave campaign winning the EU referendum.
Speaking to the BBC just before Prime Minister David Cameron announced he would step down in the next three months, the minister for small business said her experiences campaigning locally took her back to harsher times.
"I am an East Midlands girl through and through and I have seen stuff, I have heard stuff that I have not heard since I was a student in Dalston back in the late 1970s," she said.
Read more: How the night of the EU referendum unfolded
"I have seen people thinking that it's acceptable not only to shout traitor at you, but to stand and say I am voting out because I want these immigrants out."
Ms Soubry said she thinks "we have unleashed something" through the EU referendum and that the "overlying tolerance has been removed from Britain."
But the Conservative pointed the finger at former Labour strongholds for a large portion of the Leave vote, and at politicians for leading them down that path.
Read more: What do YOU think about Britain leaving the EU?
"If you look at the vote, I am afraid it has to be said there has been a vote from white working class Labour supporters," she said. "They are not going to listen to a liberal Tory like me and they have voted in the face of the fact that they have probably never even seen a migrant and it's the fault of politicians.
"You cannot for decades say that the EU is partly rubbish, the route of many of our concerns, and say that migrant workers need controlling as opposed to say how much they contribute, and then say to people actually, in four and a half months' time not only ignore what we have been telling you, but actually positively go out and vote for it. We cannot be surprised at this."

http://www.nottinghampost.com/soubry-says-white-working-class-leave-voters-have-probably-never-even-seen-a-migrant/story-29439358-detail/story.html#ixzz4CZnAieIu

Friday, June 24, 2016


Euro migrant crisis an 'inside job' planned to bring about EU super state, says David Icke

MIGRANTS have been allowed to come into Europe as part of a plan to gain support for the creation of an EU superstate, an arch conspiracy theorist has sensationally claimed.

Former TV presenter David Icke claims the US and NATO-backed wars in the Middle East have taken place in order to cause a surge in refugees and economic migrants from Africa and other areas.
Speaking during an interview with Alex Jones on the US conspiracy website inforwars.com, Mr Icke, 64, said it was an extreme situation created by us.
He said: "The US, NATO, and Britain-backed bombing in the Middle East, this has forced large numbers of people to leave.
"This wave of people into Europe, generally people who deserve our help, have been joined by vast numbers of other people who are not refugees who want to get into Europe, and are being allowed to get in. They want a world government, world army and a world central bank."
Mr Icke, a former BBC Grandstand presenter, has become one of the world's most infamous conspiracy theorists after famously coming out as "the son of Godhead" on the BBC Wogan chatshow in 1991.
He then released a series of books from 1999 with a bizarre theory the UK Royal Family was descended from alien lizards.
He now stages world tour conferences speaking to audiences of thousands of people across the globe to bring about "their awakening".
His theories range from being as bizarre as the Royal Family/lizard one and the moon being an alien space ship, to political theorising about an Illuminate-type global organisation shaping everything that happens on Earth.
David Icke claims the migrant crisis in Europe is part of a sinister plot for a global government.YouTube
David Icke claims the migrant crisis in Europe is part of a sinister plot for a global government.
Icke refers to these shadowy leaders as the "Hidden Hand" and claims they want a series of superstates, including the USA and EU, as the next layer of government beneath the new global leadership.
He continued: "They want super states under a world government, with the super states not designed to be countries but broken top into sub regions that are ways to control."
He said the greatest resistance to the super state plan was individual countries "sense of nationalism".
He said: "What is happening, and has been happening for a long time…it came out a few years ago that during the Blair administration, that they had set out to allow unfettered immigration into Britain.
"Not to help the immigrants, they were pawns in the game, although they did not realise it, but to change the face of Britain to a position that it could never go back to where it was before."
'In on it': According to David Icke's extreme conspiracy theory.GETTY
'In on it': According to David Icke's extreme conspiracy theory.
When you study how the hidden hand works, it plays one group of victims against one another to create the divide and rule.
David Icke
He claimed chancellor Angela Merkel had now adopted this tactic by announcing millions of migrants could come into Germany, no questions asked, during the height of the migrant crisis last summer.
He said: "Chancellor Merkel is a 100 per cent owned, and willingly-owned asset of this hidden hand.
"The reason she has done what she has done was because the agenda demanded that she reacted to what happened in the way she has.
"When you study how the hidden hand works, it plays one group of victims against one another to create the divide and rule."
Icke claimed that the resentment of the native populations against the new cultures, such as Germany, when several new arrivals were accused of sexually assaulting local women, was all part of the sinister plan.
He added: "People in both groups are caught in the crossfire. The more chaos you have you get order out of chaos as you break down the sense of unique culture and end up with just a police state to stifle the conflict."
Many people claim Icke tours the world with these far-fetched theories as a post Grandstand career, and is paid handsomely for the work, something he denied in a YouTube video which gave a tour of his flat on the Isle of White.
The website thrivedebunked.wordpress.com estimates he was paid £300,000 for one conference alone in the UK.
The website claims to have completely debunked the claim that a so-called New World Order is trying to set up a global Government.
Thrive was an internet documentary series purporting the conspiracy about global domination which heavily featured David Icke being interviewed.
In an article on the debunking website, it was reported: "There is not a single shred of evidence anywhere in the world to suggest that…there is a such thing as an 'Illuminati,' a 'New World Order' or a 'Global Domination Agenda'.
"On this blog, I have already debunked the Global Domination Agenda and demonstrated why we can be certain that it does not exist.
"All of the so-called “evidence” produced by Mr. Icke and/or his supporters falls along exactly the same lines as the discussion in that article about why evidence proffered by Illuminati/NWO/GDA believers does not, in fact, prove the existence of this group or their supposed agenda.
"Mr Icke’s theories are total fantasy."
http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/682849/Euro-migrant-crisis-an-inside-job-planned-to-bring-about-EU-super-state-says-David-Icke 

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