Tag: Brexit

why-the-uk-establishment-hates-jeremy-corbyn
07

Dec
2019

Why the UK establishment hates Jeremy CorbynWhy the UK establishment hates Jeremy Corbyn

Submitted by InforBrics, authored by Johanna Ross, journalist based in Edinburgh, Scotland… He’s been termed a ‘national security risk’ and an ‘enemy of the state’ by the mainstream media. On Sky News recently former Conservative and Times columnist Matthew Parris referred to his ‘mad’ conspiracy theories as he discussed with other journalists the danger of […]

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as-britain-leaves-the-eu,-america-should-leave-nato-altogether
06

Dec
2019

As Britain leaves the EU, America should leave NATO altogetherAs Britain leaves the EU, America should leave NATO altogether

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by William Stroock, author of military fiction… Founded in 1949, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the most successful alliance in European history. NATO kept the Americans in, the Soviets out, and the Germans down. NATO had a fourth, grim purpose. Just the across Iron Curtain lay a massive Soviet […]

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tories-on-pace-for-majority-government-as-brexit-dominates-election-cycle-(video)
29

Nov
2019

Tories on pace for majority government as Brexit dominates election cycle (Video)Tories on pace for majority government as Brexit dominates election cycle (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss elections in the UK and PM Boris Johnson’s course to win a parliamentary majority. Johnson is on his way to win a majority of 68 seats in parliament at the December 12th election, according to a model from pollsters YouGov. Johnson pledged to deliver Brexit by […]

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the-2019-election
28

Nov
2019

The 2019 electionThe 2019 election

Submitted by George Callaghan… It looks as though the Conservatives are headed for substantial victory. Boris Johnson came to office determined to make Brexit a reality and to call an early election. It is hard to decide what was a higher priority for him. BoJo is nothing is not astute. Looking at the chronicles tells […]

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anti-corbyn-propaganda-on-full-blast-as-uk-election-nears
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Nov
2019

Anti-Corbyn propaganda on full blast as UK election nearsAnti-Corbyn propaganda on full blast as UK election nears

Submitted by InfoBrics, authored by Johanna Ross, journalist… With less than a month to go before the UK general election, all efforts are being made by political parties to further their agendas. Naturally each side is launching attacks on the other, but perhaps the most virulent campaign is that of the Conservatives towards Jeremy Corbyn’s […]

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tories-turn-to-destroy-brexit-party-&-with-it-any-chance-for-a-real-brexit-(video)
15

Nov
2019

Tories turn to destroy Brexit Party & with it any chance for a real Brexit (Video)Tories turn to destroy Brexit Party & with it any chance for a real Brexit (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss Boris Johnson and The Conservative party offering Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party a ‘last-minute election pact’ which would limit the Brexit Party to target just 40 key seats in the upcoming UK elections. This offer was made after Farage decided to withdraw candidates from 317 potential seats […]

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tory-–-brexit-party-split-leave-corbyn-consolidates-remain.-(video)
08

Nov
2019

Tory – Brexit Party split Leave. Corbyn consolidates Remain. (Video)Tory – Brexit Party split Leave. Corbyn consolidates Remain. (Video)

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the beginning of snap election campaigning in the UK, post Brexit extension. Nigel Farage and The Brexit party announced it will field 600 plus candidates, smashing any hopes for pro-Brexit election alliance with the Tories. Boris Johnson apologized to Tory members who voted for him to […]

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brexit-is-a-symptom,-not-the-problem
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Oct
2019

Brexit Is A Symptom, Not The ProblemBrexit Is A Symptom, Not The Problem

Authored by Tom Luongo via The Strategic Culture Foundation: Since the moment the votes were totaled in the June 2016 Brexit referendum there has been nothing but handwringing about what it implied. The Brexit vote showed, quite clearly, that growing political unions were unsustainable. It was the first in a series of electoral losses where […]

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