UK Column News – 4th October 2019 (Video)

Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson, David Scott and David Ellis with today’s news update from the UK Column.

START – Brexit: Boris’ statement to the House – no deal ahead…?
Northern Ireland to leave customs union with the UK but stay in single market
DUP drops opposition to border in the Irish Sea after another cash bung…
Labour’s Corbyn: this is a rehashed version of a previously rejected proposal
Treason May’s deal (with a slight amendment) is back on the table…?
Steve Baker MP turns through 180 degrees in just a few days
EU military union (EU defence union) is a big part of the public’s concern
The public must keep up the pressure for answers from MPs
Misinfo: Ben Wallace MP conflates EU defence union with membership of NATO
Ben Wallace MP meeting was hosted by US defence manufacturer Raytheon
How do EU defence union, NATO and other bi-lateral defence deals interact…?
Government is still silent on all of these matters…
Ben Wallace MP deliberately conceals the plan for EU defence union
Boris confirms that ‘huge collaboration across the front’ will continue
36:20 – Royal Marines official Stonehouse Barracks leaving date confirmed
British military history is slowly being erased for future generations
Boris to go ahead with second prorogation of Parliament on 8 October
BBC: Court to consider if Prime Minister can be jailed over no-deal Brexit…
Can the legal personality of the Prime Minister be taken over by a court…?
Could king Mark Sedwill legally sign off on the deal on Boris’ behalf…?
43:32 – Business Leader: the unconventional rise of Dale Vince
Vince’s company Ecotricity now turning over millions and donating to Labour
46:55 – Ian R. Crane’s 5G tour dates: tour continues tonight in Edinburgh
Rory Stewart steps down as MP & leaves Tory party to run for Mayor of London
Comedy Gold: David Lammy “Sadiq Khan has been a unifying force for London”

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UK Column News – 30th September 2019 (Video)

Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson and Vanessa Beeley with today’s news update from the UK Column.START – Boris’ gambit…

Secret plan to make Speaker of the House John Berkow prime minster
Powers that (shouldn’t) be still trying to setup ‘government of national unity’…?
This is a deliberate, orchestrated coup by the government of occupation
‘Abuse is virtually constant’: female MPs speak about the threats they face
Have any of these threats been specified or reported to the Police…?
Dominic Cummings: the term ‘surrender’ will be shoved down their throats
EU defence union viral video: who has made these commitments and assurances…?
Simon Bean MBE: as Lord James stated – ‘we must know the truth’
Former NCO Bean MBE points out the critical date of 1st November
The Hill: why trying to impeach Trump and oust Johnson may end in tears
The Sun Feb 2017: Brexit-bashing Lords receive £500k in EU pensions a year…
Independent Sept 2003: Kinnock in firing line of investigation into Brussels fraud claim
EU Observer: Commission admits huge Eurostat fraud
EU whistleblower Marta Andreasen fired for speaking out…
EU slush funding: how the EU bought power and corrupted the UK
Europe’s hidden hand: EU funding for political NGOs in Arab-Israeli conflict
23:08 – Ian R. Crane’s 5G tour dates: continuing tonight in Hull
24:20 – UK Column article: White helmets and Hala Systems
The grotesque militarisation of ‘humanitarianism’ in Syria
British government has invested £2.7 billion into ‘humanitarian aid’
Regime change in Syria is still the long-term globalist plan
Chicago-based Hala Systems staffed from bluechip military industrial complex
Who is funding Hala Systems…?
Focus of NGOs is always Assad’s ‘crimes’ but never terrorist ‘crimes’…
US specialists helping terrorists to develop drones and chemical weapons…?
Hala Systems: ties to Frank Giustra and the Clinton Foundation among others
Frank Giustra: an enabler providing funding for NGOs involved in human trafficking
White helmets stand accused of organ trafficking, human trafficking, child abduction
The harvest of war…
Middle East Eye: Twitter executive for Middle East is British Army ‘psyops’ soldier
This explains difficulty getting traction with Twitter messages on Middle East matters
45:30 – Breitbart 2017: Wales to be transformed into world’s first migrant ‘sanctuary’

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THERESA MAY – BORIS JOHNSON RUSSOPHOBIA NOT POPULAR

MAY – JOHNSON RUSSOPHOBIA NOT POPULAR:

The political obscenity of the week is Boris Johnson’s disgraceful attempt to compare Vladimir Putin’s 2018 World Cup with Adolf Hitler’s 1936 Olympics – i.e. giving legitimacy to a fascist dictator. Quite apart from Putin’s repeated election and current 76% vote in an election contested by Nationalist, Communist and “Liberal” parties in nationwide debates, if there is one thing certain about Putin’s Communist Party education it is his total indoctrination about the evils of Fascism.

His own family suffered terribly in the Second World War and his country suffered – with over 20m deaths – far more than any other ally against Nazi Germany. Boris Johnson is – unbelievably – the British Foreign Secretary and together with Theresa May has had a very bad week. The UK behaviour in the Skripal poisoning case has been ignorant, deceitful, illegal and a complete contravention of the Chemical Weapons Convention procedures.

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‘Scary’ that Boris Johnson represents a nuclear power – Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman

Here is who elite puppet Boris Johnson is really working for…

‘Scary’ that Boris Johnson represents a nuclear power – Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman:

British foreign minister Boris Johnson is poisoned with hatred and anger so it is scary that he represents a nuclear power, Russia’s foreign ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday.

Maria Zakharova was commenting on Johnson’s earlier statement that compared Russia’s hosting of this year’s World Cup to the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany.

“Any such parallels and comparisons between our country, that lost millions of lives in the fight against Nazism, fought with an enemy on its own territory, and then liberated Europe [and Nazi Germany] are absolutely unacceptable,” she said, in a statement published on Facebook.

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson attacks ‘puerile’ protesters over bid to block Trump’s UK visit

Johnson attacks ‘puerile’ protesters over bid to block Trump’s UK visit:

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that the UK should welcome Donald Trump, and launched an attack on “puerile and backward-looking” protesters trying to block a visit from the US president.

Writing in his Sunday Telegraph column, Johnson blamed leaders of the Labour Party for stoking up opposition to Trump and “fulminating against what should be a routine event in the diplomatic calendar.” He went on to warn that continuing to denigrate the “special relationship” between the two countries could jeopardize billions of pounds generated through trade.

Ahead of his meeting with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in London on Monday, Britain’s top diplomat also praised Trump’s support for NATO and his actions in Syria, saying he had shown a “new willingness to get stuck in” as regards the Middle East. Trump has been a fierce critic of NATO in the past, calling the organization “obsolete” during the 2016 presidential election campaign and demanding member countries meet their defense spending targets.

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UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson Attacks Russia Before Moscow Visit

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UK Foreign Chief Attacks Russia Before Moscow Visit:

Authored by Alex Gorka via The Strategic Culture Foundation,

Boris Johnson arrives in Moscow today to hold talks with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov the next day – the first visit to Russia by a British foreign minister in five years. International security issues are to top the agenda, including North Korea, Iran and regional stability in the Middle East as well as security for the 2018 World Cup soccer tournament in Russia. This time the bilateral relationship is at the lowest ebb due to the differences over Ukraine, Syria, and the allegations of Moscow’s meddling in the politics of various European countries. UK Prime Minister Theresa May has dramatically escalated attacks on Russia recently, accusing it of malign influence and hostile intentions.

Mr. Johnson gave an interview to the Sunday Times as he prepares for the trip to Moscow, in which he said that “Russia has not been so hostile to the UK or to Western interests since the end of the Cold War.” According to him, “In the Crimea, capturing a part of sovereign, besides, European territory from someone else’s country and holding it for the first time since 1945.”

But the Crimean War, in which the UK and Russia fought each other, ended in 1856. Crimea was reunited with Russia in 2014. How does this reunification hurt British interests and where are the examples of hostility Mr. Johnson is talking about?

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Britain’s new aircraft carriers to test Beijing in South China Sea

Britain’s new aircraft carriers to test Beijing in South China Sea:

UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson commits ‘colossal’ carriers to embarking on freedom of navigation exercises in pointed remarks