Liberating Power Of Brexit Europe OP-ED 

The Liberating Power Of Brexit

The referendum of June 23, 2016 regarding Britain’s remain at or exit from the European Union, through its subversive BREXIT result – the first major, painful defeat for the under German control European Union of the banks and multinationals,- undoubtedly shook the dominant British and European political and economical system. Please follow and like us:

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EU-Africa Summit in Valetta must not dress up border control as ‘co-operation’

European UnionAs European Union (EU) leaders and African heads of state prepare to meet in Malta on 11 and 12 November for a ‘Summit on Migration’, Amnesty International is issuing a stark warning to all leaders in attendance of the dangers posed by border and migration management agreements that fail to include human rights safeguards.

At the Summit, EU and African leaders are expected to agree on a joint declaration ostensibly focusing on saving lives and the protection of refugees, development, and legal migration and mobility. So far, however, the response of the EU and its member states to the influx of refugees and migrants has focused on keeping people out, by preventing their arrival and facilitating their return, with no meaningful steps taken to increase mobility nor safe and legal routes for refugees. Little change is expected at the Valetta Summit, or the ensuing European Summit on 12 November.

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Blair’s links to Rwandan President Kagame must remain secret – Foreign Office

Kagame and Tony BlairTony Blair’s relationship with the Rwandan regime and its president, Paul Kagame, must remain secret because Blair is a “former prime minister,” according to the Times, after the Foreign Office rejected its Freedom of Information request.

The UK government refused to release information about Blair’s involvement with Rwanda and his Africa Governance Initiative charity when probed by Times journalists.

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Ukraine Claims ‘Thousands’ of Russian Troops Invaded, Offers No Evidence

CNN says russian Tanks inUkraineUkrainian officials are now claiming a Russian invasion of four to five thousand ground troops backed by columns of tanks and other armored vehicles, a dramatic escalation from yesterday’s claims of about 1,000 such troops.

As with yesterday’s allegations, Ukraine is offering no evidence to back up the claims, and the reports coming out of the region suggest such a massive invasion is not likely to be happening at all.

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BBC condemns Ethiopian broadcast Jamming

BBC condemns Ethiopian broadcast Jamming30 May 2014.  Liliane Landor, acting Director of the BBC World Service Group, has called on the Ethiopian authorities to stop jamming BBC broadcasts in the Middle East and North Africa.

She joined directors from Deutsche Welle, France 24, and the US Broadcasting Board of Directors which oversees the Voice of America, in condemning the flagrant violation of the clearly established international procedures on operating satellite equipment. 

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As Putin raises the Ante the U.S. promises Cooperation with Ukraine

Vladimir Putin threatening UkraineUkraine is facing a moment of historic challenge and historic opportunity. In the coming months, the Government of Ukraine will need to take steps to restore economic stability and to conduct free, fair, and inclusive presidential elections to allow the Ukrainian people to choose their own future.

During Prime Minister Yatsenyuk’s visit to Washington today, we discussed specific steps the United States is taking to support Ukraine at this critical time, including the $1 billion loan guarantee we are working with Congress to provide, and the package of technical and other assistance we are preparing, to meet Ukraine’s priority needs. Specific U.S. assistance measures and initiatives discussed today include the following:

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Unrest in the Rwandan UK Embassy

Arrogance gone too far! The women of Rwandese Community in London are angry and fuming after experiencing unexpected abusive and provocative behaviour from the wife of the Rwandan High Commissioner to UK.  It all happened on the afternoon of last Saturday, 17/8/2013 at the High Commissioner’s residence. According to very reliable sources emailed to Inyenyerinews, it was confirmed that most of the women who were part of a rather well attended meeting, thanks to the hard work of the newly elected Chair of the women group, in many years everyone…

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Linah Keza: Man Charged With Model’s Murder

A 38-year-old man is charged with the murder of model Linah Keza, who was stabbed to death at her home in east London.   Linah Keza was a professional model (Pic: AMC Agency)   A 38-year-old man has been charged with murdering a model who died after being stabbed in the chest. David Gikawa is accused of killing mother-of-one Linah Keza on Wednesday and will appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court tomorrow. Ms Keza was found with stab wounds at her home in King Edward Road, Leyton, east London in the…

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ActionAid urges G20 Ministers to take immediate steps to avert food and finance crises

For immediate release: Washington D.C. – As Greece edges closer to default, confidence in the Euro and the dollar declines and global food prices soar, ActionAid called on G20 finance and development ministers meeting today to put serious reforms in motion.   Although global food security is among the top agenda items for today’s meeting, there are serious concerns that despite continued hikes in the price of staple foods, ministers will not take steps to prevent the trend from becoming another global food crisis.   “Ministers must approve the pilot program for emergency food reserves in West Africa,” says…

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