Thursday, April 27, 2017

Berkeley live.....................

 
Meet Jared Kushners undisclosed business partner.....................

 President Trump’s son-in-law, a top adviser,
had help building a real estate empire from a
member of one of Israel’s wealthiest families.


https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/26/us/politics/jared-kushner-beny-steinmetz.html 

So now we are starting to find out why Trump is backtracking on all his promises ! 

France's Macron gets rough ride in Le Pen country

 

Baptiste PACE and Joshua MELVIN in Paris
Emmanuel Macron has been urged to come out punching (AFP Photo/PHILIPPE HUGUEN)
Amiens (France) (AFP) - French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron vowed Wednesday not to "yield a centimetre" to Marine Le Pen after being booed and heckled with chants backing his far-right rival during a chaotic visit to an under-threat factory in the nation's rustbelt.
"We have two projects for the country going head to head against one another," said Macron as he visited a cafe in the northern village of Bully-les-Mines.
"So I shall not cede a centimetre of space, not a second's respite, not an ounce of energy," to Le Pen, Macron insisted.
Earlier, Le Pen had stolen some of the pro-European candidate's thunder by visiting workers hours ahead of him at the same factory in his northern home town of Amiens.
Macron was booed and heckled as he made a chaotic visit to the under-threat factory in the nation's depressed northern rustbelt where Le Pen topped first round voting.
Some in the crowd shouted "President Marine!" and booed as the 39-year-old former banker arrived outside the Whirlpool appliance factory in Amiens, where Le Pen had already made an unannounced stop.
US multinational Whirlpool runs the facility which is threatened with outsourcing to Poland.
"Of course there is anger in this country, there is anxiety. Responsibility must be taken, that's why I'm here," pro-business former economy minister Macron told workers.
Macron tried to counter accusations that he had made a complacent start to campaigning for the presidential runoff on May 7 after finishing ahead of Le Pen, 48, in Sunday's first round.
While Macron had arranged to meet Whirlpool workers' union representatives without actually visiting the plant, Le Pen turned up unannounced outside the plant and posed for selfies with workers and attacked her rival.
"Everyone knows what side Emmanuel Macron is on -- he is on the side of the corporations," Le Pen said. "I am on the workers' side, here in the car park, not in restaurants in Amiens."
As news broke of the Le Pen visit, Macron announced he would also meet employees, telling them the only reason that the anti-EU Le Pen had come was "because I'm here".
He also retorted on Twitter that she had spent "10 minutes with her supporters in a car park in front of the cameras" whereas he had spent "an hour and a half with union representatives and no media."
A Wednesday poll suggested Macron will defeat Le Pen by a margin of 21 points, but as the day's events showed, the far-right candidate is a vastly more experienced political campaigner.
And after the shocks of Britain's vote to leave the European Union and Donald Trump's unlikely ascent to the White House, analysts say a late surge by Le Pen is still possible.
Macron's visit north came as a Harris Interactive poll showed 52 percent of the French believe he botched the start of campaigning for the run-off.
After winning Sunday's contest with 24.1 percent to Le Pen's 21.3 percent, Macron gave an exuberant victory speech followed by a high-profile celebration at a Paris restaurant, drawing criticism from some quarters.
Socialist Party boss Jean-Christophe Cambadelis told French radio: "He was smug. He wrongly thought that it was a done deal. It's not a done deal."
President Francois Hollande appeared on Tuesday to admonish his former economy minister for not taking the fight to Le Pen immediately after the first round.
"I will defend the progressive camp to the end," Macron retorted.
- 'Not a single vote' -
Since securing her berth in the run-off, Le Pen has turbo-charged her campaign with a string of appearances and statements, leaving her opponent on the back foot.
In contrast, her opponent convened strategy meetings about June's legislative elections that will determine the shape of a future Macron government.
Le Pen will hold a rally in the Riviera city of Nice on Thursday, a bastion of France's right that was targeted by a jihadist-inspired truck attack that killed 86 people last July.
Le Pen has called for France to take back control of its borders from the European Union and deport all foreigners on a terror watchlist, accusing Macron of being soft on security.
A key factor in the race is which candidate the supporters of Communist-backed Jean-Luc Melenchon, who finished in fourth place with 19.58 percent on Sunday, will now back.
Melenchon faced criticism after he failed to urge his backers to get behind Macron as part of the so-called "republican front", the decades-old French tactic of closing ranks to block the far-right.
But Melenchon's spokesman Alexis Corbiere told French TV channel LCI that "for us the National Front is a danger" and urged viewers to not give "a single vote to the National Front."
Meanwhile in Paris, thousands of French police demonstrated in the Champs Elysees, where one of their number was killed by a jihadist six days earlier, to urge both candidates to "hear their anger" over difficult working conditions.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Le Pen's father criticizes her presidential campaign as she steps back from party

 
French far-right veteran Jean-Marie Le Pen said on Tuesday his daughter Marine, who faces centrist Emmanuel Macron in a May 7 presidential runoff, should have campaigned more aggressively for Sunday's first round, following the example of Donald Trump.With 7.5 million votes, Marine Le Pen beat the National Front party's previous election record on Sunday but failed to pip pro-EU Macron to the first place.
The intervention by her father follows her announcement on Monday that she plans to step back from day-to-day management of the far-right party he founded ahead of the runoff and marks the latest tussle between the two of them over its future direction.
"I think her campaign was too laid-back. If I'd been in her place I would have had a Trump-like campaign, a more open one, very aggressive against those responsible for the decadence of our country, whether left or right," 88-year-old Jean-Marie Le Pen told RTL radio.
The two have been at odds since Marine Le Pen launched moves to clean the National Front's image of xenophobic associations in the run-up to the campaign for the 2017 presidency.
Marine Le Pen (L), French National Front (FN) political party candidate for French 2017 presidential election, speaks with employees as she visits the meat pavilion at the Rungis international food market, near Paris, during her campaign, France, April 25, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
Jean-Marie Le Pen shocked the world in 2002 by qualifying for the second round of the presidential election and then went on to lose in a landslide to conservative Jacques Chirac.
He was frequently accused of making xenophobic and anti-Semitic statements and Le Pen expelled him from the party in 2015, though as the party's founder he remains a well-known figure and represents a body of opinion in the party.
In another sign of his influence, the National Front has borrowed about 6 million euros from a political fundraising association he heads.
Marine Le Pen's decision to take a leave of absence from the day-to-day management of the party appeared to be an attempt to portray herself as being above the narrow world of National Front politics and broaden her appeal to the wider electorate ahead of the crucial runoff vote.
Her program calls for sharp curbs on immigration and on the rights of immigrants living in France, as well as the expulsion of foreigners under suspicion of having militant Islamist links.
But she is seeking all the same to distance herself from the toxic legacy of her father and the xenophobic and anti-semitic undertones of his previous campaigns.
Under France's Fifth Republic, the president is the head of state, very much like a monarch in other countries, a role described by founder Charles De Gaulle as being above party politics - something Le Pen may have had in mind in her Monday night statement.
She may also be seeking to play Macron at his own game, as the 39-year old centrist has refused to join mainstream parties, and consistently described his "En Marche!" (Onwards!) party structure as a "movement" transcending the left-right divide.
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-france-election-idUSKBN17R0YW?il=0 

Monday, April 24, 2017

France election - down to Le Pen and Macron


Whilst we have our own reservations about Le Pen . Macron is just another of the global elites failures in the making. No doubt all the rest of the liberal elite internationalist and globalist failures in France will now 'gang- up' on Le Pen . 
Most if not all of our readers will already know about Le Pen . But who is Macron ?

Quite a few danger signs in this report originally from Sky News;

From Sky News:

He joined the civil service in 2004 and quit for a job with (((Rothschild))) investment bank in 2008.
Reportedly becoming a millionaire, he left in 2012 for a senior position in Mr Hollande’s staff, deputy secretary-general at the Elysee Palace.
His climb up the establishment ladder continued in 2014 when then prime minister Manuel Valls made him minister for the economy.
Mr Macron’s bid for the presidency began last year when he ditched Mr Hollande’s Socialist Party and established his own independent movement, En Marche! (On the Move).
He recruited thousands of volunteers to knock on doors during the summer to hear people’s ideas and opinions and En Marche! has whipped up impressive support.
For the first time, a recent poll put him just ahead of Marine Le Pen in the first round of the election in April. In the second round head to head against the far-right candidate, he is predicted to win 65% to 25%.
Mr Macron’s surge and his belief in the EU and a strong Europe has made him a “fake news” target for Russian media, his party chief claims.

Hello hello hello !

Another from behind the scenes controlled organisation/party ?

Do we need three guesses who will be, and have been financing  Macron ?

Can Le Pen win ? Well it is possible.

But we think it is now unlikely. So it's more of the same for France !

The turkeys have voted for Christmas !

Oh and Macron is a Bilderberger. No surprises there.

Trump’s Latest Black Pills

The only good news of the day was that Based Stickman is organizing a military defense wing of the Proud Boys.
I’m just going to give them to you straight:
1.) We’re going to keep DACA because “this is a case of heart.” In fact, (((Steve Schwarzman))), the CEO of Blackstone Group, a hedge fund billionaire persuaded Trump to break his campaign promise.
2.) Mike Pence is coming back from Australia with 1,250 Syrian refugees which are being dumped on us.
3.) Angela Merkel convinced Trump to support a free trade deal with the European Union.
4.) Apparently, Trump has no objection to indicting Julian Assange.
5.) After campaigning on the fate of our civilization being at stake in the 2016 election, Trump and the GOP Congress are gearing up to spend the political capital on (what else?) tax cuts.
Note: The only good news of the day was that Based Stickman is organizing a military defense wing of the Proud Boys. The moral of the story seems to be you can’t count on politicians.
https://altright.com/2017/04/22/trumps-latest-black-pills/

NWN: After viewing the pre and aftermath of the Berkeley  University riots and with another on the way on the 27th. (Ann Coulter speech http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/uc-berkeley-warns-intended-violence-at-ann-coulters-planned-appearance-996578) this new phenomena in the USA. Has come totally off the radar. This phenomena, of anti-antifa has revealed itself and not from within the 'white nationalist' groups. Nationalism has been moribund in the USA for decades.

Growing from the Trump election and now seeming betrayal, a lot of these people have been mobilised by that election. 

They are getting mighty-ly 'pissed off ' as the betrayal by Trump gathers pace. 

They have just realised that 'Anti-Fa' are very vicious communist bastards who are the 'bootboys' and thugs for the 'ruling elites'. This growth of a USA 'Anti- Antifa' is welcome. More astute US patriots need to do some homework on places like this country or Germany as examples, where we have had to struggle with these underworld criminal types operating for years. 

Sunday, April 23, 2017

PETER HITCHENS: Why a snap election? Ask the 30 tories facing criminal charges...

This is a flap election, not a snap election. It has been called to get the Government out of what might be serious legal trouble. I am amazed this has not attracted more attention.
It is this simple. The Crown Prosecution Service is now looking at the cases of 30, yes 30, Tory MPs and agents, who have been investigated for breaking spending rules at the last General Election.
The allegations have been probed by 14 police forces after claims that the Conservatives’ ‘battlebus’ campaign broke legal spending limits in several key marginal seats.
Britain's Prime Minster Theresa May delivers a  speech at Netherton Conservative Club during the election campaign
Britain's Prime Minster Theresa May delivers a speech at Netherton Conservative Club during the election campaign
The Tories have already been in deep trouble over their new election techniques, where busloads of outsiders flood into winnable seats to round up crucial extra votes. This was a way of making up for the Tory party’s severe loss of active members, who used to do this donkey work. But it is sailing very close to the legal wind.
Last month they were hit by the Electoral Commission with a record £70,000 fine – the maximum – for failing to declare their spending. The forces involved are Avon & Somerset, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon & Cornwall, Gloucestershire, Greater Manchester, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, West Mercia, West Midlands, West Yorkshire and the Met.
These cases are likely to result in some charges (I have no idea how many) in the next few weeks, probably just before polling day. Trials, assuming these go ahead, will be much later in the year and might not reach verdicts until well into 2018. 
If there had been no election, any convictions could have meant MPs found guilty being forced to stand down, and elections being rerun. A General Election makes this much less of a threat, especially if Mrs May manages to increase her meagre majority.
This menace has been worrying the Cabinet for some months, as it has become clear it will not go away. And it is a far better explanation of the Prime Minister’s change of heart than her rather weird and incoherent speech in Downing Street. I happen to think she is a naturally truthful person and meant what she said when she previously declared several times that she was going to stay on till 2020.
But the expenses allegations, which started as a cloud on the horizon no bigger than a man’s hand, have grown and grown. I suspect her advisers have been telling her she cannot risk them coming into the open late in a Parliament when, perhaps, the economy is not doing well, or EU negotiations are going badly or Labour has a new leader.
As a result of this semi-secret crisis, the Tory campaign this time will have to be a good deal more cautious about such things, which may weaken it, especially if the campaign goes wrong – and this is not impossible. 
Even now the affair could be highly damaging – but early in a new Parliament, with a secure majority, the Government should be able to weather it far better than if Mrs May had soldiered on. But all elections are risks. It is amazing how often governments lose control of them.
Politics in this country are a good deal less solid and stable than they seem.

Saturday, April 22, 2017



A 'peacemaker' the controlled mass media said  - IRA's Martin McGuinness.

So did 'useful idiots' like Prime Minister Theresa May, amongst other politicians who ought to know better .

Those closest to McGuinness, put IRA volunteer ahead of his political shenanigans/facade. That is their priority, and no doubt McGuinnesses own priority as shown on his gravestone above..

German anti-immigrant party set to go further right after leader suffers defeat


German anti-immigrant party set to go further right after leader suffers defeat
By Michelle Martin
COLOGNE, Germany (Reuters) - The co-leader of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) suffered an embarrassing defeat on Saturday when delegates refused to discuss her motion to shift the party into the "mainstream", putting it on course to turn further right.
The party, a pariah in German politics, has seen its support drop in recent months, and thousands turned up to protest the congress and the party's anti-immigrant stance.
Frauke Petry, the AfD's public face, shocked supporters on Wednesday by announcing that she would not lead the AfD's campaign for a Sept. 24 federal election.
She had ruffled feathers by proposing to rebrand the AfD as a party that would seek to join coalitions from 2021 elections rather than becoming a "fundamental" opposition party. All established parties refuse to work with the AfD.
Petry said she was prepared to edit the text with her arch-rival Alexander Gauland, whom she upset by naming as the key proponent of the "fundamental" opposition camp. Her foes within the party say the division laid out in her motion is artificial.
But delegates stressed the need to use the congress in Cologne to signal the AfD was united ahead of the elections after months of bitter infighting that have helped drag down its poll ratings by about one-third to 8-10 percent.
They voted against discussing Petry's motion or another proposal in which she and others said the AfD should reject "racist, anti-Semitic ... and nationalist ideologies".
Speaking after the vote, Petry said the AfD had made a "mistake" and added that those acquainted with the party since it was founded in 2013 knew that it was "exactly this lack of strategy" that was behind much of its internal strife.
"As long as the party does not indicate which direction it actually wants to go in, protagonists who can live with this non-decision a lot better than I can have to lead this election campaign," Petry said, adding that she would however do her bit to make the AfD successful.
Co-leader Joerg Meuthen gained wild applause - and a standing ovation from some - for saying the AfD would never form an alliance with the likes of Chancellor Angela Merkel, Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz or the Greens, who he said were wrecking Germany with their pro-migrant stances.
Around 10-15,000 protesters demonstrated against the AfD's meeting in Cologne, a police spokesman told broadcaster n-tv - well below initial expectations that 50,000 could turn up. Two police officers were injured and a police car was set ablaze.
Delegates also voted on Saturday in favor of having a team of national candidates for the election campaign despite Petry warning against such a strategy. The line-up is due to be decided on during the congress.
In a firebrand speech, economics professor Meuthen said Germans were increasingly "few and far between" and that without action now, "the irrevocable change of our homeland into a Muslim-dominated country is a mathematical certainty".
Many of the more than one million migrants who have arrived in Germany in the last two years are Muslims.
Meuthen said he was not xenophobic but was concerned about the extent to which migrants were changing Germany and that Germans did not want to become a minority in their own country.
He likened the country to the Titanic.
"Everybody is still in good spirits and there's a relaxed party mood above and below deck but it's almost impossible for the huge ship to make the necessary change in direction anymore," Meuthen said. "People can't or don't want to imagine a collision with an iceberg but it's already unavoidable."

Friday, April 14, 2017

Thousands of furious veterans take to Britain's streets in protest against the 'witch hunt' prosecutions of soldiers who served in the Northern Ireland Troubles

  • Ex-servicemen dressed in ties and berets gathered near Horse Guards Parade
  • The event is running alongside simultaneous protests in Glasgow and Belfast
  • It is against the alleged 'witch-hunt' of soldiers who served during the Troubles
  • Scores of soldiers are being prosecuted for crimes decades on from the conflict 

Thousands of veterans took to the streets of some of the UK's major cities to protest the 'witch hunt' prosecutions of veterans who served in the Troubles.
Ex-servicemen dressed in ceremonial ties and berets from several regiments gathered in London, Belfast and Glasgow, four days after the nineteenth anniversary of the historic Good Friday agreements.
Tensions ran high on Friday morning in the Northern Irish capital, following counter-protests by hardline republicans.
British military veterans hold a rally near the Mall in London following the prosecution of ex-servicemen who fought in the Troubles
British military veterans hold a rally near the Mall in London following the prosecution of ex-servicemen who fought in the Troubles
Dennis Hutchings, who is facing a charge of attempting to cause grievous bodily harm in relation to a fatal shooting in 1974, addresses the crowd in London
Dennis Hutchings, who is facing a charge of attempting to cause grievous bodily harm in relation to a fatal shooting in 1974, addresses the crowd in London
400 Northern Ireland army veterans from Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans take to the street of Glasgow during a simultaneous protest
400 Northern Ireland army veterans from Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans take to the street of Glasgow during a simultaneous protest
And the supporters of British troops were also out in force in Belfast, where Union Jacks can be seen being waved, as the crowds cheer
And the supporters of British troops were also out in force in Belfast, where Union Jacks can be seen being waved, as the crowds cheer
The demonstration was organised by British military campaign group, Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans (JFNIV).
The group claims a series of high-profile prosecutions and investigations into alleged abuses by British soldiers in Northern Ireland amount to an unjust 'hounding' of servicemen compared with the Government's treatment of former IRA members.
Among those who addressed the crowds adjacent to the capital's royal thoroughfare, the Mall, was former soldier Dennis Hutchings, who is facing a charge of attempting to cause grievous bodily harm in relation to a fatal shooting in 1974. 
JFNIV organiser Alan Barry said he was pleased with the show of support from the estimated 3,000 people attending at the London event, at Horse Guards Parade. 
Mr Barry, who is a Northern Ireland veteran of the Grenadier Guards, said the group always agreed that genuine crimes should be prosecuted, but said the majority of investigations into alleged abuses were unfounded.
He said: 'No soldier ever left barracks with the intention of committing murder.
'When we left barracks, we left barracks on patrol, and if we were fired at, we fired back.'
Protesters also gathered at a simultaneous military veterans' rally at Horse Guards Parade, in London
Protesters also gathered at a simultaneous military veterans' rally at Horse Guards Parade, in London
More crowds in London, dressed smartly in suits or military uniform, holding up banners in protest of the prosecutions
More crowds in London, dressed smartly in suits or military uniform, holding up banners in protest of the prosecutions
Around 3,000 people took to the streets of the British capital, in addition to the other two demonstrations. Many can be seen waving flags as they march along
Around 3,000 people took to the streets of the British capital, in addition to the other two demonstrations. Many can be seen waving flags as they march along
Protesters line up along Whitehall.  JFNIV organiser Alan Barry said he was pleased with the show of support
Protesters line up along Whitehall.  JFNIV organiser Alan Barry said he was pleased with the show of support
The procession can be seen here playing the drums and playing the bagpipes as they march down Whitehall
The procession can be seen here playing the drums and playing the bagpipes as they march down Whitehall
Mr Barry said the group's 'next mission' will be to march on Stormont if the Government continued to pursue prosecutions. 
After hearing from political activists and former soldiers, the gathered ranks of supporters arranged in a column and marched to the Cenotaph, where a rendition of the Last Post was played against a swell of bank holiday traffic.
Mr Hutchings said he was 'absolutely gutted' to be facing trial.
The 75-year-old, from Torpoint in Cornwall, said: 'Of course I'm feeling nervous about it because you don't know what way it's going to go.'
In Glasgow, the group of nearly 300 veterans lined up in George Square before beginning their march through the city.
Paisley Comrades Pipe Band led the procession, with some marchers holding banners reading ‘Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans.’
More protesters - these from the Ulster Defence Regiment - at the military veterans' rally at City Hall, Belfast, organised by Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans
More protesters - these from the Ulster Defence Regiment - at the military veterans' rally at City Hall, Belfast, organised by Justice for Northern Ireland Veterans
But hardline Republicans held a counter demonstration against the military veterans' rally outside City Hall, Belfast
But hardline Republicans held a counter demonstration against the military veterans' rally outside City Hall, Belfast
Dissident republican Colin Duffy (centre) with republicans during the counter demonstration. They feel the prosecutions are just, and can be seen with signs saying 'British state murderers have Irish blood on their hands'
Dissident republican Colin Duffy (centre) with republicans during the counter demonstration. They feel the prosecutions are just, and can be seen with signs saying 'British state murderers have Irish blood on their hands'
Further signs at the counter protest can be seen with the slogans such as 'Brit paras shot my daddy'
Further signs at the counter protest can be seen with the slogans such as 'Brit paras shot my daddy'
The two opposing sides clashing in the same area in Belfast required a large police presence
The two opposing sides clashing in the same area in Belfast required a large police presence
Bookended by two police vans, a small group of police officers walked along with the march to help control the increasing traffic.
Good Friday shoppers on Buchanan Street and Argyle Street stopped to watch and take photos of the march.
One of those marching was Steve Simpson, ex-First Battalion Scots Guard.
He said: ‘We feel that the government has let us down. We followed what we were supposed to do and now we’re being persecuted for it. Until our voice is heard we will keep marching.’
Another ex-soldier, John Hunter of the Edinburgh Regiment, wore his medals proudly on his chest and said: ‘The witch hunt that’s going on in Norther Ireland is unacceptable. They’re dragging 68 year olds into court. They pardoned the IRA in the Easter Sunday agreement. It really is like a witch hunt.’
Coming in a full circle, the veterans marched back up Queen Street and onto George Square where they gathered to listen to speaker Kenny Corcoran.
Mr Corcoran from Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, helped organise the march and served in the Core of Royal Engineers from 1977 to 1992.
He spoke passionately to the attentive crowd and said: ‘No service person ever threw a bomb into a chip shop full of women and kids. No service person ever enticed three young men from a pub, take them down and slaughter them and left them at the side of the road for school kids to find in the morning.
‘Soldiers are not above the law by any means, but the law has thoroughly investigated these cases at the time. These surges have been brought to appease the Sinn Fein, IRA.
The demonstration was organised by British military campaign group, Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans, some of whom are seen here holding up a banner
The demonstration was organised by British military campaign group, Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans, some of whom are seen here holding up a banner
More crowds in the streets of Glasgow protesting against the 'witch-hunt' prosecutions of former soldiers
More crowds in the streets of Glasgow protesting against the 'witch-hunt' prosecutions of former soldiers
‘Any judge who takes these cases will be under the ultimate pressure from Sinn Fein, IRA, to bring a guilty verdict against our soldiers.’
In his speech he referenced the letter given by MP John Reid to Tony Blair as part of the Good Friday agreement.
Mr Corcoran said: ‘In that letter it clearly stated that the agreement would not extend to her majesties forces. We want to know if this information was hidden from the government of the day to push the agreement through and leaving us wide open to allegations and prosecutions.
‘Be under no allusion gents, every Norther Ireland veteran is under the microscope, but like the triggers, we will not go away. We will fight this government tooth and nail, we will parade in every major town and city of Britain until the people of this island realise what effect a witch hunt like this has on us. And until the people of this island stand behind us and stop all of these prosecutions.
‘Margaret Thatcher would turn in her grave if she could see what was happening to her boys. Ladies and gents I thank you warmly for coming today and showing the government that we will not take this lying down and we certainly will not go away.’



Thousands turnout to support Northern Ireland veterans this morning against the 'witch-hunt'.

More as we get it................

Top pic is in London, second two pics are Belfast City hall. 
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 Irish republican scum opposite the Northern Ireland veterans demonstration, Belfast city hall.

A report here for Belfast;
http://www.itv.com/news/utv/2017-04-14/military-veterans-hold-rally-amid-counter-protest/ 

One for London;
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/troubles-veterans-gather-in-london-to-protest-government-witchhunt-a3515406.html 
Justice for Northern Ireland veterans

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

'Manchester United can afford it', says judge as he lets off thieving burger kiosk workers

The kiosk workers were caught stealing money and hiding it down their trousers


Seven former Manchester United workers caught taking money from the tills celebrated outside court when a judge who could have jailed them handed them an official slap on the wrist instead.
Judge Paul Lawton questioned why the £598 theft case ended up at the crown court and asked: “Manchester United can just about afford it, can’t they?”
The seven defendants, who feared they would be locked up, shared smiles with each other and with friends and family after they were each handed a 12-month conditional discharge.
Secret cameras were installed at an Old Trafford burger stand after bosses noticed takings were down, and the footage captured the casual employees helping themselves to the takings.
Mwila Bwanga and Olamide Oyawoye
Last month District Judge Mark Hadfield, sitting at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court, decided his sentencing powers - up to 12 months behind bars - weren’t enough and he sent the case to Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court.
On Wednesday at the higher court, Judge Paul Lawton described the decision as ‘remarkable’ before hearing an outline of the case.
Prosecutor Timothy Greenald said all seven defendants had been employed by United on a casual basis for matches and other events in a kiosk in the lower east stand at Old Trafford.
Fliavio Andrade
Team leader Fliavio Andrade and six staff under him were caught ‘taking cash from the tills and concealing it in their pockets or down the front of their trousers’, said Mr Greenald.
The till was found to be £382 short while a stock take revealed food and drink worth more than £200 was missing after the clash between Warrington Wolves and Wigan Warriors at United’s ground on Saturday, October 8, last year.
Mwila Bwanga and Olamide Oyawoye
Questioning why the case ended up at the crown court, Judge Lawton said: “Manchester United can just about afford it can’t they?”
Without hearing mitigation, he handed all seven defendants a 12-month conditional discharge, telling them: “You are all very foolish young men, all given the opportunity to work with Manchester United. Most of you come from a sporting backgrounds, studying sports science, and doubtless you were quite excited at working and sometimes observing the match, but you betrayed that trust by pilfering from the kiosk you were tasked with working.”
Lugman Arogundada
He described their crime as ‘petty pilfering’ and added: “You should count yourselves lucky that’s an end to the matter.”
Anthony Agabaje, 21, of Folkestone Road West, Clayton, and student architect Mustafa Belkhair, 20, of Beamish Close, Ardwick, had denied theft but were found guilty following an earlier trial at the magistrates’ court.
Lugman Arogundada, 22, of Charlestown Road, Blackley; Mwila Bwanga, 20, of Welbeck Street, Gorton; Salford University media studies student Olamide Oyawaye, 21, of Elfan Crescent, Sandbach, Cheshire; Justino Edmilson, 22, of Tatton Close, Hazel Grove, Stockport; and Fliavio Andrade, 22, of Lydford, Rochdale; all pleaded guilty to theft.
Justino Edmilson
None of the defendants had previous convictions, except for Andrade, who was handed a referral order for a conviction for robbery when he was 14.
After the case solicitor Amar Alyas, who represented Belkhair and Oyawaye, said: “They are very remorseful but this should have been dealt with by the district judge (in the magistrates’ court). It’s unfortunate this had to waste precious crown court time.”
http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/manchester-united-can-afford-it-12886475

NWN : Want to go on a thieving spree ?   Black up like Al Jolson and rob Asda or Tesco's. They can afford it ? Get off scot free . Result !

Monday, April 10, 2017

Belfast 14th April 2017 - Parades commission allows dissident Irish Republicans to march past Northern Ireland veterans protest at Belfast City Hall - MADNESS !

 

Friday, April 07, 2017

Steve Bannon 'calls Jared Kushner a cuck behind his back'

The former Breitbart boss has also reportedly called Donald Trump's son-in-law a 'globalist'

A rift has reportedly emerged between Donald Trump’s chief strategist, Steve Bannon and his son-in-law Jared Kushner
The pair are believed to have clashed over opposing ideological visions for Mr Trump's White House.  
“[Steve] recently vented to us about Jared being a ‘globalist’ and a ‘cuck'," an official who did not wish to be named, told The Daily Beast website. "He actually said ‘cuck,’ as in “cuckservative.’”
“Cuckservative,” a portmanteau of “cuckold” and “conservative,” has become a popular insult on the right and is used as a sexually and racially charged version of “RINO,” an acronym for “Republican In Name Only.” On its own the word cuckold means a man whose wife has cheated on him, and was used frequently by William Shakespeare.  
“Globalist” is a term frequently used by nationalist, pro-Trump right-wingers to attack political opponents but the term has been criticised for carrying anti-Semitic undertones. Mr Kushner is Jewish.
The official added: “There is a big fight going on. It’s all about policy. There’s tension on trade, health care, immigration, taxes, terrorism, you name it.”
Another official reportedly said that Mr Bannon “thinks Jared is worse than a Democrat… Steve has a very specific vision for what he believes, and what he shares with Trump. And he has for a long time now seen (Mr Kushner) as a major obstacle to achieving that.”
Outlets including The New York Times reported that Mr Bannon has considered resigning from the Trump team altogether following the failure of two key policies he is believed to have orchestrated – the travel ban against seven Muslim-majority nations and the repeal and replacement of Obamacare.
Mr Bannon is reported to have said he “loves a gunfight” when asked about his relationship with Mr Kushner, according to Axios.


Trump - 'Zionist/New World Order' 
man all along ? 

Wednesday, April 05, 2017




ANTIFA joining with IRA supporters to attack Armed Forces veterans in Belfast ?

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Swedish terror group to visit the Warzone Centre

A Swedish Terror group called Revolutionary Front (RF) known for attempted murders and inciting Muslims into huge city wide riots will be visiting Belfast’s Warzone Centre on April 15th.
hooligans
Our sources tell us that there will be a huge amount of ANTIFA/Irish Republican activity surrounding the Veterans event on the 14th and that the event on the 15th is more or less an opportunity to celebrate their “victory” as they always do regardless how their day went. They intend to use the event to display any trophies they have managed to snatch off the old soldiers.
rf
These RF terrorists are apparently here already and are attending less openly militant events. It would be advisable for locals in that area to make sure the road from Sandy Row to that centre is safe.
We will be contacting people to raise awareness and make provisions. RF specialise in targeting individuals in home invasions and targeting bars. So be on the watch for that kind of thing. RF’s members are mostly Bosnian and Albanian child refugees from the 1990s conflict, a such they are known to get stabby.
A documentary on RF.

“Our day will come” ANTIFA sticker. Black and white, times must be hard.
our day will come
 https://nidemandstheright.wordpress.com/2017/04/04/swedish-terror-group-to-visit-the-warzone-centre/

NWN:  Looks like the red filth are mobilising . There has been a clarion call for patriotic people to answer the call to support these veterans who will be wearing their medals . It appears that many in the Loyalist community will answer that call, thankfully . Word coming out from the Shankill and Sandy Row in particular, is that they will be turning out very strongly in numbers to support the veterans who, during 'the troubles', answered the call to serve in Northern Ireland.  Many elected Officials are giving their support to the reason for the veterans protest at Belfast City Hall - the harassment of Northern Ireland veterans including dragging almost 80 year old veterans of the NI campaign through the Courts.  

P.S. The last well known picture above, is in fact an IRA man in drag ! We kid you not. Check out the hands.

SAS involved with Police operation in Manchester The soldier has anti-bomb ignition antenna on his back. In Northern Ireland we had ...