Items tagged with: Britain

Fmr. Army Intelligence Analyst and Assange supporter Chelsea Manning again incarcerated after refusing to comply with court

In addition to being held in custody for the duration of the grand jury's investigation or until Manning testifies, the judge ordered her to be fined $500 every day that she is in custody after 30 days and $1,000 every day in custody after 60 days, according to a statement by Manning's lawyers.
This is getting out of hand, this is blackmailing into complying with court: You either obey us, or we are going to bleed you out financially. This cannot be lawful, in my opinion.
Assange remains in England and has vowed to fight extradition to the United States. Swedish prosecutors have reopened an inquiry into rape allegations against him, and are seeking to extradite Assange to Sweden.
One way or the other, they try to get their hands on him, they even warm up those allegations, as if they found any more evidence on it.
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Bloody jewel in crown of British Empire: How India was mistreated during colonial rule — RT World News

What resulted was the uprooting of 15 million people and the deaths of over a million. Let loose by the officially announced religious divide, yesterday's neighbors began killing each other and taking away each other's homes and livelihoods, settling old feuds with blood and perpetrating localized ethnic cleansing.
Hey! Look around you! It's still going on today...

#Venezuela #Brazil #Ecuador #Guatemala #El Salvador #Honduras and on and on, really.

#Empire #Colonization #Britain #India #Horror #Terror of History

#Do NOT Read RT if you're a obedient little monkey -- you'll get a treat later... maybe.

On the book Assange clutched onto when being arrested

Looking frail after seven years in his cramped embassy quarters, Assange emerged and pointedly held out a copy of ‘Gore Vidal: History of The National Security State (Includes Vidal on America)’.

The book immediately drew attention given Assange’s long-running battles with those who wield power and seek to protect powerful interests, and Vidal’s musings on the same topics. The U.S. Justice Department accuses Assange of conspiring with Chelsea Manning to break into a classified government computer at the Pentagon; his defenders, including whistleblower Edward Snowden, called Assange’s arrest a grave blow to press freedom.

After Assange’s copy of the book was spotted, the Real News Network posted a series of Jay’s interviews with Vidal from 2007. They cover power, public information, politics and more, and include Vidal’s assertion that President Harry Truman decided, after the Second World War, to make a ready-made enemy out of J
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Somebody Marked Thatcher’s Grave as a Public Restroom ! LMAO

I post pictures / meme every day about anarchy and other cool stuff.
Feel free to download them and share them ! :)

#shitposting #anarchist meme for cool people
#Thatcher #grave #piss #google #map #osm
#troll #humor #revenge #Ireland #Irish #history
#irishfolklore #irish #england #britain #ireland

Israeli mentalist to save the day by stopping Brexit from happening

"I feel psychically and very strongly that most British people do not want Brexit," Geller wrote to May. "I love you very much but I will not allow you to lead Britain into Brexit. As much as I admire you, I will stop you telepathically from doing this - and believe me I am capable of executing it."

"Before I take this drastic course of action, I appeal to you to stop the process immediately while you still have a chance," he continued. "Although I currently live in Israel I am still a British citizen and feel very passionately about the country and the people I came to love."

He added that his paranormal abilities are "easily verifiable. Just look at the official CIA website."

This whole situation sinks rapidly, and ridiculously deep, when a mentalist is about to stop you telepathically.
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European federalism was pushed and financed by US spy chiefs

(Yet another outdated article, but this time, it's of historical relevance, and I am glad to say that this seems not to be distorted by any conspiratorial crackers who try to degrade the European Union, and direct it into any Jewish conspiracy in favour of the Great Replacement. This is something itneresting to read, and I guess that it will find a lot of agreement.
I also found it in someone's post on the Diapsora, but forgot to note it down. So, if this certain person comes along my post, feel free to leave a comment highlighting yourself for the others. Thanks a lot!)
The documents were found by Joshua Paul, a researcher at Georgetown University in Washington. They include files released by the US National Archives. Washington's main tool for shaping the European agenda was the American Committee for a United Europe, created in 1948. The chairman was Donovan, ostensibly a private lawyer by then.

The European Youth Campaign, an arm of the European Movement, was wholly funded and contr... Show more...
Shocking about the #Brexit is, that the people who voted #leave, still believe their false ideas are correct.

What is wrong in #Britain? Why aren't you able to educate this people? Why don't you try to fight the real causes of problems?

Does Britain persecute «thought criminals»?

According to Green, Farrow had “misgendered” her 26-year-old child, Jackie, who, born male, became Britain’s youngest transsexual at the age of 16. In addition, Green claims that Farrow committed “hate incidents” when she wrote on Twitter that the penile inversion surgery that Jackie underwent in Thailand was “mutilation,” “castration,” and “child abuse.”

Let this sink in for a moment, because the latter words mentioned in the chapter, if she used them truly, are far beyond misgendering but go rather towards intentionally insulting the victim, spreading lies and agitating hatred. This also goes far beyond free speech, it reminds me of Trump's language.

Some may find Farrow’s tweets wrong or bluntly put. But others would agree that altering children’s genitals and setting them up for a lifetime of complications (including sterility and sexual dysfunction) does indeed constitute “mutilation” and is indee... Show more...

On Donald Trump Jr.'s op-ed in the Daily Telegraph

“With the deadline fast approaching, it appears that democracy in the UK is all but dead,” he said.

“Now, the clock has virtually run out and almost all is lost – exactly as the European elites were hoping,” he said. “Some pro-Brexit politicians even suggest that Mrs May herself is trying to sabotage Brexit, by insisting that Parliament agree to a deal that essentially keeps Britain bound to the EU indefinitely.”

“In a way, you could say that Brexit and my father’s election are one and the same – the people of both the UK and the US voted to uproot the establishment for the sake of individual freedom and independence, only to see the establishment try to silence their voices and overturn their mandates,” he added.
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Forensic scientists at Liverpool University identified Jack the Ripper!

#Jack-the-Ripper has sensationally been revealed as a 23-year-old #Jew from #Poland after fresh #DNA tests were taken from a the blood-stained shawl of #victim Catherine Eddowes.


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House of Commons speaker John Bercow refuses third vote on Brexit Deal

(I guess that he is sick of all the dis-orda in the House, which is the reason why he had to cut it all out. Frankly, I am thankful for this decision - they were in no way ready to ever find a meaningful and final decision if they weren't told to stop. The constructive face in this mess had long ended, it was a dying carcass that didn't want to accept its demise.)
Downing Street was blindsided by the announcement and unable to give a response at its regular afternoon briefing for journalists. “The speaker did not forewarn us of the content of his statement or the fact that he was making one,” May’s spokeswoman said.

“The Leader of the House is playing with her electronic device, and so is the deputy chief whip. I didn’t include him in the category of very senior people in the House but that’s a debatable proposition I readily grant.”
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On the rise of right-winged terrorism

The regrettable truth is that expressing deep sympathy in the immediate aftermath of an attack comes much more easily than longer-term reflection on the role that politicians, and social and traditional media may play in creating an environment in which far-right terrorism can flourish.

Or we as the people ourselves...

Britain is not alone in this: in the US, the number of far-right terrorist attacks quadrupled between 2016 and 2017. Last year, 11 people were shot while worshipping at a synagogue in Pittsburgh. Yet President Drumpf has slashed funding aimed at reducing domestic terrorism.

Last year, Boris Johnson compared Muslim women wearing burqas to “letterboxes” and “bank robbers”. According to the hate crime monitors Tell Mama, this led to a rise in incidents targeting women wearing the burqa. In 2016, Zac Goldsmith’s campaign for London mayor deployed a series of racist dogwhistles to imply that Sadiq Khan had links to Muslim extremists. Not only did he fac... Show more...

Libertarians on Tony Blair's talk with French president Emmanuel Macron

We live in an era in which most of the political class has ditched even the pretence of feeling a strong attachment to democracy. An era in reactionary anti-democratic sentiment is more casually expressed than at any other time in living memory. An era in which the chattering classes nonchalantly call for the overthrow of the largest vote in British history (the vote for Brexit), in which parliamentarians explicitly pit themselves against the people’s will, and in which anyone who so much as raises a peep about any aspect of this polite tyranny will be slammed as a hard-right menace to public life.

Apparently, they don't care of the mess this vote, which was undermined by fake news, and the probable desaster that is going to become reality once the end of this montch reaches. They just care for the referendum that was so flawed one would've been better off to not take it serious at all. Sometimes, you can't rely on the intelligence of the masses, because the masses are easily man... Show more...

[LIVE UPDATE] Vote on May's Brexit deal: ERG and DUP signal opposition to deal

So far, it can be said that there are far too many narrow-minded oppositionals; people who prefer to reamin in the Euroepan Union but on the other hand are going to vote for May's deal. They may support a second referendum, but frankly, how high's the chance the Tories are going to allow another referendum? It's decreseaingly low because they don't want to give up on their plan to leave, now that the end is near and they proclaimed it all along. The Remainers would be better off to at least leave the Union with a deal and look for another chance to rejoin the Union in retrpsüectove- There's not other way, unfortunately, so what shall we do?

(Could not use any quotes because the FT is against it)
#Brexit #England #Britain #GreatBritain #HardBrexit #NoDealBrexit #Ireland #Backstop #NorthernIreland #Ulster #DUP #ERG #TheresaMay #ProjectFear #ReesMogg #JacobRessMogg #HardBorder #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Europa #Politics #news

Das Zweite Britische Empire (Deutsch)

Beim Untergang des Empires wurde ein weltweites Netz von Offshore-Gebieten geschaffen, um die finanziellen Interessen der City of London zu bewahren. Deren Zweck? Das Verbergen enormen Vermögens hinter obskuren finanziellen Strukturen auf entfernten Inseln. Heute liegt bis zur Hälfte des globalen Offshore-Vermögens in britischen Offshore-Territorien.
Wie ist das zustande gekommen? Welchen Einfluss hat die Offshore-Welt heute auf uns alle? Dieser Dokumentarfilm erforscht und ermittelt dies auf eindrückliche Weise.
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[LIVE UPDATE] May travels to Strassebourg to meet Juncker

The Irish premier Leo Varadkar, who was due to begin his journey to America for St Patrick’s Day, returned from Dublin airport and is currently in government buildings for the cabinet briefing.

He will travel to the US to meet Donald Trump during a meeting durng the event of US-Irish friendship. I hope he is going to survive meeting him, and come home safely; he is still needed at the home frontier.

a list of “critical goods” which could be carried on additional ferry sailings chartered in the case of a no-deal Brexit. As the Press Association reports, on the list are medicines for humans and animals, vaccines, infant milk formula, organs for transplants and chemicals for the energy industry. Chris Grayling, the transport secretary, issued contracts totalling £107m in December for ferry firms to run additional services to take the pressure off the Dover-Calais route if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on March 29

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WARNING: this rabbit hole is deep

The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire, is a documentary film that shows how Britain transformed from a colonial power into a global financial power. At the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it in a web of offshore islands. Today, up to half of global offshore wealth is hidden in British jurisdictions and Britain and its dependencies are the largest global players in the world of international finance.
#Britain #British #Empire #CityOfLondon #London #international #financial #secrecy #tax #haven #offshore #wealth #elite #network #corruption #money #power #politics #crime #abuse #theft #fraud #lies #war #psychology #dysfunction


«Unilateral exit» was an option, chief negotiator Michel Barnier says

Just three weeks before Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29, the divided UK parliament has yet to approve the EU-UK Brexit deal. British Prime Minister Theresa May called on the bloc on Friday to make “one last push” to break the deadlock.

If this hole process just wasn't this dry, arduous...

“EU commits to give UK the option to exit the Single Customs Territory unilaterally, while the other elements of the backstop must be maintained to avoid a hard border,” Barnier tweeted after briefing ambassadors of the 27 EU states that are staying on together after Brexit.

It's simple: There can't be a hard border on the outskirts of Europe, you would have to take responsibility for a tragedy that used to be finished with the soft border.

“The EU will continue working intensively over the coming days to ensure that the UK leaves the EU with an agreement,” Barnier said, as British and EU negotiators held more t... Show more...

Parcel bombs sent to Glasgow University and London airports

I honestly understand why the yet undetected suspect chose places in London - certainly to express one's disliking of which route the Brexit negotiations current, take -, but why Glasgow University, obviously a Scottish University? I am certainly unaware of the reason why to choose a target in Scotland? I mean, this country used to be Ireland's ally, Scotsmen as well as Irish expatriates who used to live there came to help the Irish when the English used to assail them again. Also, the SNP still tries to accomplish a permission to hold its own independence referendum to leave the kingdom behind, to stay in the EU after Brexit.
If anyone of you has an idea what could be the reason, share it in the comments. Until then, I rest unaware.
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British MPs demand quick revelation of tariffs in case of No-Deal-Brexit

However, with the details not finalised, Fox said there was no agreement on whether to tell parliament before it must decide on March 12 whether to accept an unpopular exit agreement negotiated with the EU by Prime Minister Theresa May.

“Either you are making things more expensive that previously came in tariff-free from the EU, or, in some cases ... undermine the industry,” Clark said, giving ceramics as an example of where he thought there was unfair competition from China.

Brexit supporters like Fox view regaining the ability to set an independent trade policy as one of the main advantages of leaving the EU, arguing that Britain will have more success negotiating trade deals with other regions on its own.
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What have #Britain and #Catalonia got in common? Delusions of #independence | Manuel Valls


This. All #nationalist movements are just hurting their countries.
Tommy Robinson reports how the hate group #Antifa and an Islamic lawyer targeted his wife and kids at their home for harassment. #news #britain

Two articles on Brexit: Op-Ed by Macron and US chicken

1. Macky Macron:

It symbolises the crisis of a Europe that has failed to respond to its peoples’ need for protection from the major shocks of the modern world. It also symbolises the European trap. The trap lies not in being part of the European Union; the trap is in the lie and the irresponsibility that can destroy it. Who told the British people the truth about their post-Brexit future? Who spoke to them about losing access to the EU market? Who mentioned the risks to peace in Ireland of restoring the border?

I pursue it tirelessly on behalf of France, in order to take Europe forward and to defend its model. We have shown that things we were told were unattainable, the creation of a European defence capability and the protection of social rights, were in fact possible.

We will need a common border force and a European asylum office, strict control obligations
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«Extensions require a clear plan», by Tony Blair

The soft Brexit supporters and those who want a fresh referendum should unite to insist Britain knows the direction of its future relationship with Europe before we leave. We have learned a lot during this Brexit debacle. It has been a masterclass in political risk. We are now in a state of confusion, in which even those whose day job is to study the details find it hard to explain.

We are told that this is the only deal on offer, when this is nonsense. Europe would be perfectly happy to amend the future declaration to point in the direction of hard or soft Brexit, should parliament decide it. Then, having decided the guiding principle, the detail would indeed be much easier.

For those of us who want to put the matter back to the people, the route to such a decision is through the process of forcing a conclusion to the hard v soft question. Once obliged to choose, MPs will realise either choice is unattractive and the people will understand neither is better than what we have ... Show more...

Should Britain enter Brexit without any tariffs?

_eu-imposed trade remedies would generally be scrapped unless British firms have more than a 1% share of the domestic market for the product in question. Britons could look forward to sweetcorn from Thailand becoming 10% cheaper than it would otherwise be, if an eu tariff on the crop is cut. On February 26th the Financial Times reported that the government had agreed to set tariffs on certain industrial goods to nil if Britain leaves with no deal.__

Overall, Britons would almost certainly pay more for imports in the event of no-deal, because a large depreciation of sterling would occur.

Yet in a world where services trade matters as much as goods, 21st-century Peelites focus on reducing non-tariff barriers, such as by harmonising regulations and standards. Quitting the world’s largest trading bloc and aspiring to be a beacon of free trade are incompatible goals.
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this idiot didn't complete his cost-benefit analysis prior to breaking into this house...

when you fail to plan you plan to fail.

#LOL #Top-Kek #self-defense #Britain #toxic-masculinity

Irish PM Leo Varadkar to remove law to seize foreign trawlers

The owners of the trawlers pleaded guilty to breaching fishing regulations at Drogheda District Court on Friday but a judge decided to release them without levying a fine, the BBC reported. A court service official declined comment.

As a result Irish fishermen can legally fish along Northern Ireland’s coast but Northern Ireland fishermen are prohibited from fishing along the coast of the Republic of Ireland.

You see what happens when you separate a country on its own island. You create chaos.

“Obviously it would be useful to know from the United Kingdom side that they are not going to pull out of that London Convention,” he said.
#Ireland #NorthernIreland #Britain #Ulster #England #GreatBritain #Varadkar #TheresaMay #LeoVaradkar #Fishing #FishingConvention #BrexitChaos #HardBrexit #NoDealBrexit #News #Politics

The Spider’s Web

Britain’s Second Empire

The Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire, is a documentary film that shows how Britain transformed from a colonial power into a global financial power. At the demise of empire,
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Salisbury finally decontaminated

Military personnel spent 13,000 hours on the clean-up after the nerve agent attack on 4 March 2018.

Mr Haydon, who is the senior national coordinator for counter terrorism policing, added: "I am urging anyone who has information that they have not yet passed on to police to do so. Please do not worry - just call or email us. The information you have could be crucial to securing the prosecution of those responsible for Dawn Sturgess' death."

Lt Gen Urch, who oversaw military involvement in the clean-up, said the "slow, deliberate and detailed" operation had been "an amazing demonstration of physical and mental courage".
#UK #England #Britain #GreatBritain #Salisbury #Novichok #Skripal #SkripalCase #YuliaSkripal #SergejSkripal #News #Politics #Russia #Poisoning

On Brexit and multilingualism

A-level entries are down by a third in 10 years – the number of students who took German A-level in England dropped 16% on 2017, while entries for French fell by 8% in the same period. And, as recent analysis by the British Academy shows, this is having a knock-on effect at university level. Between 2007-08 and 2017-18, the number of students studying languages at university has fallen by over half. With fewer students applying, at least 10 modern languages departments have closed in the last decade, and a further nine have significantly downsized.

“The ability to speak, read, listen and write in a foreign language is one of the fundamental skills of our diplomats. Without it, they cannot get under the skin of a country and really understand its people.” These skills will prove vital to post-Brexit Britain, as we look to forge new relationships across the globe and strengthen ties within Europe.

More than half (58%) of UK adults wish they hadn’t let the language skills they learned a... Show more...

On Brexit and today's vote

But he went on to say: "We will also continue to push for the other available options to prevent those outcomes, including a close economic relationship based on our credible alternative plan or a general election."

Although the Shadow Chancellor implied the leadership itself could put the plan forward, John McDonnell said: "When the meaningful vote comes back, and we're told maybe that will be 12 March - there are rumours it could be next week - that's the time we'll have to put the amendment up."

Lastly, around 20 Tory MPs voted against the idea altogether - a reminder for the PM, in the unlikely event that she really needed it, that there is a core of Brexiteers who are likely to vote against her deal come hell or high water.
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Highgate Cemetery going to invest in security after vandalism case

Much more of a problem was the second recent hammer attack on the 1881 family headstone that had been incorporated into the 1956 monument. In the first hammer attack, the vandal hadn’t reckoned with the thickness of the marble, but he or she appeared to have returned with a lump hammer.

Though he does not want to be complacent, Dungavell is not entirely persuaded. “There are recent graves right by Marx where we have families visiting. I’m not sure they would welcome any cameras.”

Maybe one has to move Marx' grave somewhere else, in a remote, adjacent area, where CCTV would not bother any bereaved family member of someone's grave.

He placed the brooding bronze bust high up on a plinth, using Cornish granite facing over a brick core. The design proved its worth when it survived a pipe bomb attack in 1970 (a subsequent threat by the National Front to restorers – “when you’ve repaired the statue of that commie bastard we... Show more...

Cabinet ministers wish Ms. May to be gone

_Senior figures in government have suggested they want the prime minister to leave shortly after the first phase of the Brexit negotiations finishes – or risk being defeated in a vote of no confidence at the end of the year.__

In a joint newspaper article, Amber Rudd, the work and pensions secretary, David Gauke, the justice minister, and the business secretary, Greg Clark, say they want to ensure the UK does not crash out of the EU without a deal on 29 March. And they insist they are prepared to defy the prime minister and join those MPs pushing for an extension to article 50 if there is no significant progress next week.

May is understood to have taken some convincing that she needed to pledge to step down in order to defeat the confidence vote held before Christmas and is keen to undertake a “domestic reset”.
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U.K.’s ‘Independent Group’ seeks to derail Brexit, EU seen as ‘disintegrating’


#anna soubry #brexit #britain #british parliament #conservative party #derail #disintegrating #european union #group #independent #independent group #labour party #oan newsroom #prime minister theresa may #seeks #seen #theresa may #u.k. #united kingdom #yanis varoufakis
U.K.’s ‘Independent Group’ seeks to derail Brexit, EU seen as ‘disintegrating’
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Step through the conquest of post-Roman Britain by the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes in a series of highly detailed maps:


#history #historyfiles #britain #maps

England still facing No-Deal-Brexit as Brussels talks brought no breakthrough

With only 37 days until the UK leaves the European Union, EU expectations were low when May arrived in Brussels. Shortly before meeting the prime minister, Juncker predicted there would be no breakthrough.

Before the encounter, Juncker met Slovenia’s president, Borut Pahor, who voiced hope a deal could be reached while stressing he backed Ireland over the backstop: “Something not acceptable to Dublin would not be acceptable to Slovenia either.”

EU diplomats in Brussels sounded a more sceptical note. Many doubt that that a legal text that does not alter the backstop could win over Tory Eurosceptics. One said it “didn’t seem realistic” such a text would change anything in the UK parliament. “This fudge language, which is part of the British political tradition, doesn’t really work with EU law,” the diplomat said.
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Step through the Roman conquest of Britain in this series of highly detailed sequential maps from AD 43 until the end of Roman Britain in AD 409 and the aftermath in AD 425:


#history #historyfiles #britain #maps
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When Julius Caesar landed on the Kent coast in 55 BC, he had a basic knowledge of what to expect of the south-eastern Britons from his dealings with their close relatives on the Continent. View the lie of the land between 55 BC and AD 43 in this series of sequential maps:


#history #historyfiles #britain #maps

Facebook consciously and intentionally broke the law

The UK Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee said in a report published Monday that a trove of internal Facebook emails it reviewed demonstrated that the social media platform had "intentionally and knowingly" violated both data privacy and competition laws.

According to the committee, the documents show that Facebook was "willing to override its users' privacy settings in order to transfer data" to app developers. The lawmakers also claim the documents show the social network was able to "starve" some developers of data and force them out of business.

"The big tech companies must not be allowed to expand exponentially, without constraint or proper regulatory oversight," the report stated. "Only governments and the law are powerful enough to contain them."
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Pakistan flag appears when looking for best toilet paper in the world

Pakistan has been at the receiving end of vehement criticism over the past couple of days not just from India, but also world leaders, for shielding terrorists like Masood Azhar, whose Jaish-e-Mohammed has claimed responsibility for the ghastly terror attack.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday asserted that he was filled with grief and outrage, just like the people of the country, in the wake of the terrorist attack in Pulwama which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel.
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Britain's richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, leaves Britain to save his wealth

After supporting Brexit, Britain’s richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, has announced plans to move to Monaco. The 65-year-old who is the CEO of the chemical firm Ineos and has an estimated fortune of £21 billion. He said during the 2016 referendum that he believed Britain would prosper outside of the European Union but isn’t sticking around after Brexit. Doesn’t that sound familiar?

Isn't it funny that he used to be a Brexiter as well? It's like the rich were sabotaging the country to fool the idiots, and then leaving the sinking ship to continue laughing about them?

Given so many other high profile cases of Brexiteers, such as Dyson founder James Dyson, announcing plans to move their businesses abroad, the internet wasn’t impressed with the news that Ratcliffe will be sunning it up in Monaco while the impact of Brexit hits the UK.
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Tensions between India and Pakistan rise after car bomb attack in Kashmir

The Pakistan-based Islamist militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) claimed responsibility soon after a suicide bomber rammed a explosives-laden car into a bus carrying Central Reserve Police Force personnel on Thursday.

“The ministry of external affairs will initiate all possible steps, and I am here referring to all possible diplomatic steps, which have to be taken to ensure the complete isolation from the international community of Pakistan,” Jaitley, the country’s finance minister, told reporters.
#Asia #India #Pakistan #Kashmir #news #Politics #Modi #NashrendraModi #Militancy #MeltingPot #Britain #GreatBritain #England #Islam #Religion
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