Politics

Cloud of uncertainty over James Foley video

Cloud of uncertainty over James Foley video

Over the last few weeks, the UK has watched as David Cameron kindly took a break from his continuous cycle of holidays, to investigate the alleged beheading of James Foley, the journalist apparently murdered in Syria. Foley was allegedly beheaded by a hip-hop terrorist called..wait for it…”Jihadi John”. Much ado has been made about his apparent love of hip-hop music[Read More…]

Palestinian citizens mourning their dead

Israel resumes genocidal campaign

A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has collapsed after 30 more Palestinians were butchered by the Israeli army. The Israeli army has told people it is resuming operations after claiming that Hamas has broken its ceasefire. It then warned residents to stay inside. The news comes after weeks of the relentless bombing of Palestinian citizens and torture of the innocent[Read More…]

Daily Mail embroiled in scandal over attempts to start jihad in the UK

Daily Mail embroiled in scandal over attempts to start jihad in the UK

The Daily Mail – a newspaper which regularly posts prejudiced articles against Muslims became embroiled in an entrapment scandal recently. The grubby details of the case was exposed after an online post by a supposed Islamist extremist was traced back to the headquarters of the Daily Mail and Evening Standard. A message was posted on British Muslim social forum Ummah.com[Read More…]

Make no mistake about it, this is what Bilderberg attendees think of the ordinary man and woman on the street

Rogues gallery: This year’s Bilderberg meeting

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as internationalists and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that is the charge, I stand guilty, and I[Read More…]

Spikes have appeared outside of luxury flats

Authorities across the world wage war on homeless people

A number of anti-homeless spikes have reared their ugly heads across the country in a further attempt to demonise the most vulnerable people in society. Rather than waging a war against homelessness, both businesses and politicians have teamed up to wage war on homeless people instead. Earlier this week, Tesco sought to distance itself from criticism after what appeared to[Read More…]