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H/t reader squodgy:
David Cameron is facing calls for urgent action against tax havens in UK overseas territories and Crown Dependencies, as Britain was revealed to be at the heart of a shadowy global network of companies used by the super-rich to hide their wealth.
As tax authorities around the world were spurred to action by the release of 11.5m documents leaked from the secretive Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, revealing how it helped clients dodge taxes and international sanctions, UK campaigners for tax justice reacted with dismay as it emerged that half of the companies exposed were incorporated in the British Virgin Islands.
Hmmh. Interesting. Both, Boris Johnson & David Cameron are Rothschild puppets.
Update: as expected, moments ago Boris Johnson joined the Brexit vote saying “I’ve decided after a huge amount of heartache I will be advocating the UK to leave the European Union“ because he wants a better deal for the people of the country.
More coverage from SkyNews below:
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Yesterday, when we summarized the statements by UK politicians regarding the June 23 EU referendum, we said the one most important opinion has yet to come: that of London mayor Boris Johnson’s whose “opinion may sway the vote one way or another in four months. As the Telegraph reproted that “David Cameron is mounting a last-ditch effort to woo Boris Johnson to back his campaign to stay in the European Union, by drawing up plans for a new constitutional settlement that puts the sovereignty of British institutions beyond doubt.”
On Friday, David Cameron trumpeted a “deal” the British PM says he secured with the EU that will reduce the UK’s financial burden as it relates to refugees and other EU nations.
To be sure, the “agreement” seems more symbolic than anything. Indeed, it’s not even clear exactly what it is Cameron accomplished with negotiations in Brussels. Apparently, the UK won concessions on welfare curbs and financial regulation, and the ambiguity surrounding the agreement didn’t stop the PM from proclaiming he had secured “special status” for Britain in the EU.
H/t reader squodgy:
“I don’t believe I’ve ever come across a more uselessly qualified man for the job….
David Cameron has a first class honours degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford. He achieved 12 O-levels and three A-Levels from Eton College.
But then again, Tony Blair was a qualified Barrister & he lied and lied and lied.”
David Cameron is the prime minister of our great nation. Quite understandably, he has a lot on his mind, most of the time.
In fact, the phrase “deeply concerned” or “deeply concerning” comes up a lot in conjunction with his name in Google and other popular search engines.
Namely because he say is a lot. About Nigel Farage. About the Iraq War “witch hunt”. About tennis…
H/t reader squodgy:
“When considering the involvement of Saud in any issue, it is important to link in Israel, the USA/CIA and, as chief instigator…..the UK Secret Service, who carry out the wishes of the Rothschilds and their 15 linked wealthiest controlling families.”
Exclusive: Theresa May agreed to ‘memorandum of understanding’ with Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef last year
The British Government signed a secret security pact with Saudi Arabia and is now attempting to prevent details of the deal from being made public.
The Home Secretary Theresa May agreed to the so-called ‘memorandum of understanding’ with her Saudi counter-part Crown Prince Muhammad bin Nayef during a visit to the Kingdom last year.
– ‘I am a passionate Zionist,’ declares Boris Johnson (Jewish News, Aug 7, 2014):
In the heat of a debate about Gaza this week, London Mayor Boris Johnson declared himself “a Zionist” on morning radio, before distancing himself from Israel’s actions, which he called “disproportionate”.
Speaking on LBC, Johnson said: “I am a passionate Zionist. I am a supporter of Israel. I believe in its existence. I’ve been on a kibbutz for heaven’s sake.”
Boris Johnson could become Foreign Secretary under plans to ensure his support for the upcoming EU In campaign.
Prime Minister David Cameron has discussed the possibility of moving Mr Johnson to the Foreign Office in the place of Philip Hammond – who is rumoured to be a Eurosceptic – after he steps down as Mayor of London next May, the Telegraph reports.
The Prime Minister says that the “short term reaction” of British people to the flood of migrants entering Europe will be to think “get me out of here” and consider voting for Britain to leave the EU
How low can a politician go? It seems David Cameron is trying his best to find out.
For those of you not paying attention to politics across the pond, UK Prime Minister David Cameron is desperately trying to secure backing for his enthusiastic push to start bombing Syria. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is proving to be a significant thorn in his side, so this is how Cameron is fighting back.
From the Guardian:
David Cameron has appealed to Conservative MPs to give him an overall parliamentary majority in favour of military action in Syria by warning them against voting alongside “Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathizers”.
“You should not be walking through the lobbies with Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathizers,” the prime minister reportedly told the committee.
MPs have snubbed a 190,000-strong petition calling for a no confidence vote in David Cameron.
The e-petition, which accuses Mr Cameron of causing “devastation for the poorest in society for the last 5 years,” took advantage of an iniative introduced by Mr Cameron in 2010 allowing members of the public to suggest motions for MPs to debate in Parliament.