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13 April 2016 @ 09:37 am
Petition: Sack the Cameron Regime  

UK Government and Parliament

Petition Hold a General Election in 2016

The General Public were purposefully misguided before the 2015 election.The lies David Cameron told before the election have now been widely acknowledged as such, and it is only reasonable that the public should be allowed to vote with full knowledge about his true agenda in 2016.

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Cameron ‘oblivious’ to tax avoidance fury, as over 100,000 petition for snap election
RT UK 11 Apr, 2016
Prime Minister David Cameron doesn’t recognize the intensity of public anger over his tax affairs, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn told MPs. His remarks come as more than 100,000 signatories petitioned for a snap general election.
Cameron was on the defensive in Parliament on Monday over his past offshore investments and his government’s failure to crack down on tax avoidance.
Corbyn attacked the PM for failing to grasp the widespread rage felt across the UK at revelations of industrial-scale tax avoidance in the wake of six years of harsh austerity.
More https://www.rt.com/uk/339231-cameron-tax-haven-parliament/

Next petition - Try the Cameron regime for its war of aggression against Libya.
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 03:56 pm (UTC)
Low-down on the Low, Lower and Lowest

The UK Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron is in touble, just like John Major was in trouble when he was Conservative Prime minister.
Even the Conservative newspapers have turned against Cameron.
The Cameron government has been linked to sex scandals and sleaze in general.
"There have been the Government's humbling U-turn over planned cuts to disability benefits, the steel crisis, the Tory civil war over whether to remain in the EU and a personal crisis for Cameron over allegations of hypocrisy after having benefited financially from a tax-avoiding offshore fund run by his stockbroker father."
dailymail http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3531040/PETER-OBORNE-beginning-end-Cameron-era.html
David Cameron (above right) is the new John Major (above left)?
John Major was the UK's Conservative Party Prime Minister during the first Gulf War of 1991, and 'played a key role in persuading George H W Bush to support no-fly zones'.
David Cameron - the destroyer of Libya. Website for this image
During the 1992 general election campaign, the Conservatives and Labour were neck and neck in the opinion polls.
On the night of the election, the exit polls indicated a slim Labour lead.
However, John Major's Conservatives were declared the winners.
More http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/david-cameron-new-john-major.html


Yahoo's FLICKR has become home to child porn, sometimes sadistic child porn.
Shares of Yahoo have fallen about 30 percent since the end of 2014.



From a comment at Aangirfan's:
The Growing Evidence for Demonic Possession: What Should Psychiatry’s Response be?
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 04:27 pm (UTC)
Op-Edge: To Brexit, or not to Brexit, that is Britain's question: Part I

RT 13 Apr, 2016
Like many fellow Brits, I’m struggling with how to vote on referendum day. In or out? It sounds such a simple question, but it really isn’t. Even agreeing on how the referendum question should be worded was a convoluted affair.
British voters are being subjected to a daily dose of dire warnings from both pro and anti-camps. Despite those, I confidently predict that the sun will still rise on Britain after the referendum ballot, whatever the people decide. If the vote is to remain, I suspect there will be a “put up and shut up” attitude from the Europhiles and indeed from the rest of Europe.
If the country votes to leave the bloc, a period of economic punishment of some kind will follow, but it won’t last too long because, ultimately, nobody wants to lose the 65 million potential paying customers the British population represents, whether it’s part of the EU or not.
The essence of what the EU aspired to be was indeed noble. In the aftermath of WW2, Europe was reeling from death and destruction and politicians were desperate to find a means to ensure that the continent could never again descend into such devastating conflict. So, just 12 short years after the war, the fledgling European Economic Community was born, with the original six nations signing the Treaty of Rome. That’s the noble part. The subsequent reality is that, as more countries join (now 28, with others waiting in line), the more cumbersome it becomes.
It’s been conveniently forgotten that, for two decades, France consistently vetoed not just British membership, but even allowing Britain to apply. De Gaulle was convinced, and spoke eloquently in support of his conviction, that British values and traditions were simply not compatible with the European vision. And all these years later, his argument is again at the heart of the ‘BREXIT’ issue.
Perhaps the most graphic, and ridiculous example of a failing bureaucracy is the EU’s farcical “traveling circus”. When the EU was still young, France felt somewhat aggrieved and left-out when Brussels was chosen to host the EU Parliament. As a concession, it was agreed that, once a month, Europe’s MEPs would move to Strasbourg where a second parliament building would be constructed.
For four days every month, tons of papers are packed in plastic cases and driven the 400 kilometers from one parliament building to the other. Two dedicated express trains are also chartered each month to ferry people between the cities and back again. No one else is allowed on them, just MEPs and EU staff. France consistently blocks any move to change the arrangement, which is enshrined in a 1999 treaty. Estimates of the cost of the exercise vary between €300 and €400 million per year.
There can be no sane reason why a large union of apparently civilized nations cannot agree on a single meeting place and stop wasting so much money on this ridiculous monthly parade between cities. The impossibility of getting all member states to address such a simple issue and reach a “once and for all” conclusion about where to meet is preposterous, particularly given the cost, to say nothing of the carbon footprint. If not for the money it might be seen as quaint but the truth is, it’s a very real example of all that is wrong with the reality of what the EU has become.
More https://www.rt.com/op-edge/339448-brexit-eu-referendum-debate/
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 04:44 pm (UTC)
John Whittingdale And The Dominatrix

Aangirfan 2 April 2016
The UK’s press, we are routinely told, is free and fearless. No-one and nothing is off limits to its investigative skills. It is an industry of the highest principle, giving no fear or favour to the great and the good.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
The larger part of the Fourth Estate is venal, self-serving, and utterly corrupt. Nothing illustrates this moral vacuum better than the revelation last night that John Whittingdale, the Culture Secretary, enjoyed a more than year-long relationship with a well-known dominatrix, which became an open secret in the Westminster village.
John Whittingdale
The press, to put it directly, turned a blind eye to the relationship - and they did so because of Whittingdale’s usefulness to their cause, both in holding back the tide of press regulation reform, and taking the wrecking ball to the hated BBC.
That the story was well-known was hinted at on Zelo Street back in December, showing the mounting frustration of Natalie Rowe, who took the story to the Independent, only to see it spiked on the personal order of editor Amol Rajan with no reason given. It is believed that Rajan was leaned on to kill the article.
Now, thanks to Byline Media, and the good efforts of Nick Mutch, we can see just what the press was covering up. Whittingdale’s relationship with “Olivia King, a well known escort who specializes in domination and sado-masochistic practices” meant “Whittingdale was accompanied by her at locations including the MTV Awards in Amsterdam in November 2013, the SportBall, attended by Kate Middleton, also in December 2013 and a New Years Eve party at the House of Commons in 2014/15”.
How significant is this? Mutch spells it out for us: “while she was involved with Whittingdale, Ms. King was also involved in a relationship with a member of the London underworld, who has a previous firearms conviction”. More prosaically, Whittingdale failed to disclose the hospitality from MTV in the Register of Members’ Interests on the occasion when Ms King accompanied him to Amsterdam.
There is more: http://zelo-street.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/john-whittingdale-and-dominatrix.html
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 06:13 pm (UTC)
Something to hide? Politicians rattled by tax transparency post-Panama

Prominent establishment figures including former foreign secretary William Hague, UKIP leader Nigel Farage and Tory MP Alan Duncan appear concerned about calls for tax transparency in the wake of the Panama Papers leak.
Details https://www.rt.com/uk/339285-tax-return-politicians-panama/
As we are surveiled by the servants of our servants then we must surveil the surveillers, our servants. If they don't like then they can F.O.
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 07:06 pm (UTC)
Aangirfan 13 April 2016
John Whittingdale, formerly private secretary to Thatcher, and currently a UK cabinet minister.
There is an anal sex epidemic, according to a report by John Whittingdale's Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
John Whittingdale, currently the UK cabinet minister in charge of Britain's morals, is the brother of Charles Napier.
"Charles Napier ... was a treasurer of the Paedophile Information Exchange and had convictions for child abuse going back as far as 1972, Kingston Crown Court was told."
(Former teacher jailed for sex abuse of boys, The Times, 2 September 1995)"
Paedophile scandal: Charles Napier could provide vital evidence.
Here http://aanirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/john-whittingdale-bigger-picture.html

Edited at 2016-04-16 07:09 am (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 08:12 pm (UTC)
Drone kill list: Parliament deceived on ‘medieval assassination’ program

Parliament has been deceived by the Conservative government on the scope and details of Britain’s unauthorized drone assassination program, according to a new report by the human rights NGO Reprieve.
More https://www.rt.com/uk/339219-drones-kill-list-reprieve/

Going Underground: The philosophy of ISIS, Brexit endangers wildlife & suicide detention camps(E327)
RT UK 11 Apr, 2016
Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the birth of the modern mind with Professor A.C Graying; Co-chair of Environmentalists for Europe Stanley Johnson discusses the death of ecosystems in the UK. Mossack Fonseca’s Panama Papers and David Cameron’s offshore tax trusts. Plus, why are suicide attempts in Britain's immigration removal centers on the rise?

Edited at 2016-04-19 12:25 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 08:13 pm (UTC)
Sputnik Episode 119

RT 9 Apr, 2016
The leak of over 11 million files from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca continues to send shockwaves around the world. The papers revealed a network of secret offshore deals and loans involving political officials, royalty as well as celebrities from across the globe. What do these investments mean? Who do they impact? And what will these revelations lead to? Hoping to unravel some of the mysteries around the opaque and murky world of international finance is journalist and activist Steve Topple.
And in part two we lift the veil on something even more mysterious than international finance: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP. Described as “an assault on European and US societies by transnational corporations,” by War on Want's executive director John Hilary, TTIP has the potential to affect every single one of us. So we invited John into the Sputnik studio to shine light on the trade deal, which despite its importance is being conducted in secrecy with very little transpiring in the media.
Vid https://www.rt.com/shows/sputnik/339022-panama-papers-offshore-deals/
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 08:28 pm (UTC)
It would be nice to know the whole truth
Expanding Earth Theory


Edited at 2016-04-13 08:29 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 08:33 pm (UTC)
KurdIShIS: Face the Reality/Discard the Perception Managing Fiction

PFYT April 12, 2016
I’ve taken heat for my KurdIShIS theory- Yet the cooperation and collusion between Kurds and ISIS is undeniable. I've demonstrated multiple occurrences of collusion. So, to all the naysayers, here are two more articles demonstrating the symbiosis between the Kurds and ISIS.
Symbiosis: A relationship of mutual benefit or dependence. ... any interdependent or mutually beneficial relationship between two persons or groups of persons
Rudaw- Pay attention to the very limited details.
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – At least 150 Kurds from the Kurdistan Region have left the Islamic State (ISIS) and other Islamist groups over the past two years and some of them are under detention by Kurdish security forces, a religious affairs official disclosed.
“At least 150 Kurds” have returned to Iraq. At least 150 Iraqi Kurds, but probably more.
150 is all that is being admitted to relating to Iraq- Read on!
Mariwan Naqshbandi, spokesperson of Kurdistan’s Ministry of Endowments and Religious Affairs, told Rudaw that, following the ISIS attack on Kurdistan in 2014 which triggered the ongoing war, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) began efforts to stop recruitment of Kurdish youth by Islamist groups.
“Since then, 150 young people have returned back, either by turning themselves in to the Peshmerga or through continuous cooperation by the security agencies with their families,” he said.
So, now it’s at least 150 ‘young people’ that have returned? No numbers on how many young people remain with the Islamist groups, such as ISIS. And what about those that died while fighting alongside ISIS? And what about those Kurds over the age of 25?
The official explained that in 2013 and 2014, 500 young people aged between 13 and 25 from the Kurdistan Region had joined ISIS. He said that 600 Kurds from Iran and 800 in Turkey had joined up with Islamist groups.
Wait a minute? That is 500 young people 13-25 from Iraq’s Kurdish area + 600 young people from Iran + 800 young people from Turkey fighting alongside ISIS or other Islamists.
That’s nearly two thousand known or admitted to, 13-25 year old Kurds, fighting alongside ISIS.
How many died Or didn't return?
How many 13-25 year old Kurds remain in the ranks of ISIS?
How many Kurds older then 25 left to join ISIS?
No numbers mentioned.
Despite this being a very limited hangout kind of article it still provides us with enough information to safely, quite safely, know with certainty, that there are literally thousands and thousands of Kurds in the ranks of ISIS and other Islamist groups And that is not a surprise to me at all!
Article #2: http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/kurdishis-face-realitydiscard.html
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 09:17 pm (UTC)
More from Penny

The not completely crazy theory that Russia leaked the Panama Papers???
April 9, 2016
I had sworn off of this leak. It looked too contrived. Too well timed, in order to distract from the serious situation, the flare up of hostilities in Nagorno Kharabak .Nagorno Karabakh or Why I'm ignoring the Panama Papers.
And also, too much like the usual smear Putin, without evidence, type of propaganda I’ve read time and time again.
So, you’re asking why? Why are you writing about the Panama papers, at all, if that’s the way you feel about their release?
Let me tell you it all came down to this WP article- Headline above, sans question marks.
This Washington Post article gives credibility to a theory that is not credible. And that's why WaPo published it. And that's why I'm finally writing about the Panama papers
More http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.co.uk/2016/04/the-not-completely-crazy-theory-that.html

US Aircraft Spotted Dropping Arms to ISIS in Iraq

U.S. Deploys B-52 Bombers to Middle East. First Time in 25 Years

Izzat Ibrahim Al Douri-King of Clubs & Nawshirwan Mustafa- Gorran Party
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 09:41 pm (UTC)
Russian Insider: Panama Ain't Got Nothing on Real Western Tax Havens
A Russian oligarch explains that off-shores are the Alpha and Omega of modern capitalism
Opinion. Alexander Lebedev (Komsomolskaya Pravda)
"Off-shores are one of the pillars of the Western economy"
Originally appeared at Komsomolskaya Pravda.
Translated by Julia Rakhmetova and Rhod Mackenzie
See what a flamboyant Russian oligarch, a major shareholder of Novaya Gazeta, the Russian arm of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and the owner of The Independent and the London Evening Standard, has to say about Panamagate
There are many comments on the investigation related to Panama offshore. But the investigation is actually not about this. The information journalists came up with from the Mossack Fonseca archives is not that interesting, and could have simply been listed. But what about the ‘dirty money reservoir’, a trillion dollars a year from various countries? China, Africa, Russia, Italy and so on?
These dwarf jurisdictions harbor the twenty largest banks, the dozen largest investment funds — mostly American — law firms like Mossack Fonseca. But who invented it all and keeps it going? Who launders the money? Who provides the legal services and protects those who steal and launder?
And who benefits?
Off-shores are one of the pillars of the Western economy. They don’t only sell dollars and print money, they don’t only give credits that they then steal back – from this ‘dirty money reservoir’, they also live off it while accusing others.
A good half of the money in these large international banks is ‘dirty’, not to mention drugs and weapons. Take the banks that went bankrupt in Russia over the last 7-8 years. Where are the billions of dollars that were stolen from their clients through deliberate bankruptcies? This money is outside Russia, safeguarded by the same Western banks, funds and lawyers who grant political asylum to our swindlers. This is really what’s most interesting, but never mentioned, in Panamagate.
We should shovel away this ‘muck’ that they want us to sit in.
The same banks that are holding billions in undisclosed Libyan investments?
John Tosh
Bradley Birkenfeld the UBS contact just stated the CIA released the Panama papers to hurt its enemies.

Edited at 2016-04-13 10:22 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 10:23 pm (UTC)
Russian Insider: US to Syrian Rebels: Quit the Ceasefire and We'll Get You Anti-Aircraft Weapons

You'd almost think the US isn't heavily invested in the ceasefire
Adam Hill
Give it up for Obama. He sure knows how to incentivise imperial clients to do the right thing. US ostensibly supports the ceasefire in Syria that was agreed at Geneva talks where it was present.
But on the other hand is also saying to rebels who are a part of it – don't worry we've got your back, as soon as the ceasifire is over you're getting brand new anti-aircraft weapons and artillery of your own.
That's a great incentive to make sure the rebels take the ceasefire seriously and don't try to undermine it, right? Right.
The Wall Street Journal with the goodies:
The Central Intelligence Agency and its regional partners have drawn up plans to supply more-powerful weapons to moderate rebels in Syria fighting the Russia-backed regime in the event the country’s six-week-old truce collapses, according to U.S. and other officials.
That would be the "regional partners" who have zero scruples about supplying Al Qaeda in Syria. But then again even US considers the jihadist, salafist and ultra-sectarian Ahrar ash-Sham to be a moderate group.
The preparations for a so-called Plan B center on providing vetted rebel units with weapons systems that would help them in directing attacks against Syrian regime aircraft and artillery positions, the officials said.
More http://russia-insider.com/en/uncle-sam-syrian-rebels-quite-ceasefire-and-well-arm-bejesus-out-you/ri13861
clothcapclothcap on April 13th, 2016 10:25 pm (UTC)
Russian Insider: Russian Jets Feint a Strafing Run on a US Destroyer
Americans Feint Shock and Horror (Video)
We're inclined to believe the US Navy is nowhere near as shocked as it's pretending to be
Mark Nicholas
Yay. Gotta love fake manufactured horror.
Russians do a dry strafing run on a US destroyer in the Baltic (as in the sea that Russia's second city and the old capital of Saint Petersburg lies on) and American military pretends this is such a horrific thing that it makes CNN.
To demonstrate just how out of order the Russians supposedly were the US Navy did its best impersonation of a 12-year-old girl and took to Youtube and Twitter to cry about it. The media took over from there so that the story is now making the rounds – in a high-pitched tone meant to evoke horror an outrage.
More, vid http://russia-insider.com/en/russian-jets-do-dry-strafing-run-us-destroyer-americans-squeal-video/ri13870
clothcapclothcap on April 14th, 2016 08:44 am (UTC)
BOMBSHELL: French Counter-Terror Boss: ‘I Have Proof Who Killed Litvinenko - It Wasn’t Russia’

Russian Insider: He says it was done by US and UK secret services and that he is going to go public with the evidence
Ricky Twisdale Mar 29, 2016
A former French official who has had senior roles in internal security and terror fighting has come forward with a remarkable statement: that he has documentary evidence proving that Alexander Litvinenko, the Russian spy who died from polonium poisoning, was killed by US and UK special services.
In a lengthy interview which is soon to be published, he goes further, saying that Litvinenko’s murder was a special sevices operation designed to defame Russia and Vladimir Putin, that the notorious Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky was involved, and was himself killed by MI6 when he became a liability. He even says he knows the code name of the operation: “Beluga”.
News of this broke on Sunday, March 27 in an article by William Dunkerley titled "Operation Beluga: A US-UK Plot to Discredit Putin and Destabilize the Russian Federation." In it Dunkerley said:
Renowned French security expert Paul Barril has let loose a bombshell: the existence of Operation Beluga, a covert Western intelligence scheme intended to undermine Russia and its leaders.
Is that what's behind much of the threatening rhetoric now going back and forth between the US and Russia?
More http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/bombshell-french-counter-terror-boss-i-have-proof-who-killed-litvinenko-it-wasnt-russia
Dirt on the 9-11 participants and those maintaining the cover-up would be more welcome. That involves more than a handful of Western regimes, Saudi and Israel and the controlled MSM. I don't need to say alleged. There is enough evidence and only the control of lawmakers, those that know and assasssinations makes the perps' ongoing enjoyment liberty and stolen wealth possible.

Mr Putin. If you have such info don't you consider withholding it a crime against humanity?
(Anonymous) on April 15th, 2016 11:10 pm (UTC)
Re: BOMBSHELL: French Counter-Terror Boss: ‘I Have Proof Who Killed Litvinenko - It Wasn’t Russi
"Mr Putin. If you have such info don't you consider withholding it a crime against humanity?"

Just another believer in BIG MONEY, which as you well know cares for nothing else other than its self.

"Putin is a Soviet person who did not draw lessons from the collapse of Russia. That is to say, he did learn lessons, but very pragmatic ones. He understood the coming of capitalism in a Soviet way. We were all taught that capitalism is a kingdom of demagogues, behind whom stands big money, and behind that, a military machine which aspires to control the whole world. It’s a very clear, simple picture which I think Putin had in his head—not as an official ideology, but as a form of common sense. His thinking was that in the Soviet Union, we were idiots; we had tried to build a fair society when we should have been making money. If we had made more money than the western capitalists, we could have just bought them up, or we could have created a weapon which they didn’t have. That’s all there is to it. It was a game and we lost, because we didn’t do several simple things: we didn’t create our own class of capitalists, we didn’t give the capitalist predators on our side a chance to develop and devour the capitalist predators on theirs.....................................Putin is not a cynic. He thinks that man is a sinful being, that it is pointless to try to improve him. He believes the Bolsheviks who tried to create fair, right-thinking people were simply idiots, and we should not have done that. We wasted a lot of money and energy on it, and at the same time tried to free other nations. Why do that? We don’t need to".
GLEB PAVLOVSKY.Pavlovsky was a key adviser to Putin in the management of Russian opinion—one of the regime’s two leading ‘political technologists’, along with Vladislav Surkov.
clothcapclothcap on April 14th, 2016 10:20 am (UTC)
Liam Young PMQs: Cameron is a brilliant comedian and an inadequate Prime Minister

Cameron decided to focus on the jokes rather than the substance, possibly because to focus on the substance would only be to shed more light on his embarrassing handling of the scandal itself
Independent 13 April 2016
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks in politics and the media. Following the Panama Papers scandal and Cameron’s subsequent bungled reaction, we saw hundreds protest outside Downing Street calling for the PM’s resignation. Meanwhile, the right-wing media attempted to bite back: the Metro ran a front-page headline on ‘Corbyn the tax dodger’ (referring to the fact that Corbyn paid a £100 fee for filing his tax return five days late, rather than avoiding any tax at all.) The Telegraph ran a story accusing Corbyn of receiving £3 million from the state, also known as his salary for his 33 years’ work as a Member of Parliament. The Sun even tried to suggest that the Labour leader had purposely failed to reveal earnings from a lecture he once delivered. The truth was a little different – as it turns out, Jeremy Corbyn actually paid more tax than he should have.
More http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/at-pmqs-cameron-came-across-as-a-brilliant-comedian-and-an-inadequate-prime-minister-a6982176.html