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Myanmar: George Soros aids Islamist separatists via HRW?

Human rights organizations & the UN continue to ignore that the ARSA started the conflict, people from the Rakhine state in Myanmar are fleeing. Putting the sole blame on the Myanmar military, who were provoked into action when police outposts, & a military base were attacked by the ARSA, who were armed with automatic rifles, machetes, & improvised explosive devices. When human rights organizations put the sole blame of Myanmar security forces, they are effectively aiding Islamist terrorists in gaining legitimacy/international support. There has been a trend of using phony humanitarianism to market war to the masses, in the previous conflicts in Libya, & Syria. George Soros is said to be behind civil unrest in the US funding BLM, a group containing black supremacists, known for violently attacking white people, & vandalising property.
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Islamist thanks god for dead Myanmar soldiers.

Unconfirmed reports state that the Pakistan born leader of the ARSA, trained with Libya rebels before returning to Myanmar.
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“George Soros, philanthropist and financier, today announced a challenge grant of $100 million over 10 years to Human Rights Watch. The grant from his Open Society Foundations, the largest that he has ever made to a nongovernmental organization, will be used to expand and deepen Human Rights Watch’s global presence to more effectively protect and promote human rights around the world.” hrw.org

HRW: Myanmar: Global Appeal for UN Action

George Soros funds Ferguson protests, hopes to spur civil action/unrest

Syria Chemical Weapons: Mother Agnes Mariam Attacked…
By Human Rights Watch! HRW Lies for the US Government

Note. Rohingya militants have a long history of burning things when they don’t get what they want:

Mar 1998 Some 64 Rohingyas are jailed after clashing with police and setting fire to part of the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh. The police raided the camp and arrested the militants who had seized control of the camp several days ago. (No Myanmar military in Bangladesh)

On 8 June 2012, Rohingyas started to burn Rakhine’s Buddhist and other ethnic houses after returning from Friday’s prayers in Maungdaw township. More than a dozen residents were killed in this riot by Rohingya Muslims.

19 October 2017
A massive fire destroyed most of the Kandawgyi Palace in the early hours of Thursday morning, with at least two deaths reported at one of Rangoon’s most iconic hotels.

About 70 percent of the hotel is estimated to have been destroyed by the blaze, which began just after 3 a.m. A woman from Macao was also injured after she jumped from her third-floor room at the hotel as the fire raged.

After a failed Islamist separatist insurrection in the 90’s Nurul Islam fled to the UK, the former leader of Arakan Rohingya Islamic Front terrorist group, is now working closely with human rights organizations.

EU to scale back relations with Myanmar’s military

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Trump urges ‘strong and swift’ U.N. action to end Rohingya crisis

July 14, 2017
Refugees, whose numbers have swelled since fighting late last year in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, also report masked men roaming the dark streets of the two camps in Kutupalong at night.

Bangladesh police and aid workers say a struggle for control of supplies to the camps is behind the violence.

“They beat me and my sister and dragged him out of the house,” Ankis told Reuters, as her 7- and 3-year-old children slept by her on the newly cemented floor.

“The kidnappers called me from his number and threatened to kill me too. I‘m also getting threats in the name of al-Yaqin.”

She was referring to the militant group Harakah al-Yaqin, or “Faith Movement”, whose attacks on Myanmar border police posts in October prompted a security crackdown in which troops have been accused of murder and rape of Rohingya civilians.

Police say it is unclear whether the insurgent group, which now wants to be known as the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, was involved in the violence in the camps or whether others were using its name to intimidate refugees.

The group, whose leader spoke to Reuters in an interview in March, did not respond to an email seeking comment. reuters.com

Rohingyas’ long history of jihadism must be acknowledged

Mosques attacked by Sunni Islamists in Afghanistan: Islamist hypocrisy and Myanmar

The Rohingya Psyops: Waging Covert War on Myanmar

Myanmar, having warmed to the West, turns to China again

Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Al Qaeda warns crimes against ‘Muslim brothers’ will be avenged

UK debate on participation in ISIL strikes; George Galloway

British MP George Galloway has been met with praise and criticism for his speech given in Parliament, where he set out his case against military intervention in Iraq.

Galloway told MPs that their strategy to beat the jihadist militia Islamic State (also known as ISIS, or ISIL) was wrong-headed and that action in Iraq would spread “further and deeper around the world, just like the [last] Iraq war”.

“There was no Islamist fundamentalism in Iraq before Mr Blair… and Mr Bush invaded and occupied,” he said.

Galloway also told MPs that Islamic State did not “concentrate as an army” and did “not have bases”, meaning that airstrikes would generally be ineffective. He also criticised a prospective UK alliance with other nations in the region such as Saudi Arabia.

“We have imaginary armies, the Saudi, Emirati, Qatari… they’re all imaginary armies. They haven’t even told their own people they’re on the masthead! Has anyone even seen a picture of them, fighting in Syria?”

“Saudi Arabia is the nest from which ISIL and these other vipers have come,” he added.

However, the Bradford West MP came under fire after he suggested that Iraqi civilians welcomed Islamic State out of anger at western military intervention.

“That population is quiescent because of Western policies and Western invasion,” he told the Commons, adding: “The only way a force that size could successfully hold the territory they hold is if they have a population acting as the water in which they are swimming.”

MP Ian Austin (Labour, Dudley North) immediately called Galloway’s comments a“total disgrace”. rt.com

George Galloway attacked in the Street over Israel remarks

A man has been charged with religiously-aggravated assault after MP George Galloway was attacked in a west London street. The Respect MP for Bradford West was posing for pictures in Golborne Road, Notting Hill, when he was assaulted on Friday evening. He suffered bruising to his head and is believed to have had some ribs broken. Neil Masterson, 39, of Camden Hill, will appear at Hammersmith Magistrates Court on Monday. He has also been charged with common assault against a man in his 40s who came to the victim’s aid, police said. Mr Galloway was posing for pictures with people in the west London street when a man “leapt on him and started punching him”, a spokesman for the MP said. The assailant also made reference to the Holocaust, the spokesman said. Mr Galloway was interviewed under caution by police earlier this month over remarks he made about Israel. bbc.co.uk

Campaign to sack Tony Blair as Middle East Peace Envoy

Russell Brand, has joined Stephen Fry, Noam Chomsky, George Monbiot and many more, calling for Blair to be sacked as Middle East Peace Envoy. Add your name now.

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Seven reasons to sack Blair for the seven years
he has been Middle East peace envoy
• 1 War = Peace
Tony Blair and George W Bush’s illegal invasion of Iraq destroyed an entire Middle Eastern society.
• 2 Pro-Israeli bias
Both as Prime Minister and Envoy, Blair has shown a consistent and blatant bias towards Israel.
• 3 Seven years bad luck for Palestine
The last seven years have shown Blair either incapable or unwilling to achieve anything meaningful for the Palestinian people. He has visited Gaza just once in those seven years
• 4 Conflict of interest?
The way Blair works, it is often unclear where his envoy role ends and his business interests begin.
• 5 Peace Envoy = Warmonger
Since his appointment Blair has repeatedly called for yet more Middle Eastern wars – in Iran, Syria and now Iraq again.
• 6 Living like a VIP – on our VAT
As Envoy Blair has luxuriated in Jerusalem’s poshest hotel at the taxpayer’s expense, while families in the Occupied Territories struggle to feed their children.
• 7 Advising autocrats
Alongside his envoy role, Blair has been hiring himself out to tyrants with histories of human rights abuses.

Sack Blair bus to tour London in protest

Friday 27 June, will mark the seven-year anniversary of Tony Blair’s appointment as the Special Envoy to the Middle East for the Quartet, which consists of the US, Russia, the UN and the EU.

The #SackBlair campaign, supported by public figures such as Russell Brand, Stephen Fry and Noam Chomsky, will be hosting a one-off open-top bus tour of London landmarks relevant to Blair’s Envoy role. A public petition on Change.org calls for his immediate removal from the position.

The tour’s centrepiece will be a protest event at lunchtime in Grosvenor Square, Mayfair. The square is home to both the US embassy – the US are the Quartet member understood to have selected Blair – and Tony Blair’s London office.

The bus, dubbed the SackBlairmobile, will circle the square calling for the US government to drop Blair as the Envoy as a result of his legacy of destruction in the Middle East and his failure in the position.

Beginning at Parliament at 10am, the bus will drive straight to the QEII conference centre, where the Iraq Inquiry was held, to emphasise the absurdity of a man responsible for the current destruction in Iraq serving as a Peace Envoy in the same region.

The tour will then move on to the London premises of two more Quartet members, including the consulate of Russia in Kensington and the European Commission in Smith’s Square.

Also on the list is the Knightsbridge office another of Blair’s employers, JPMorgan Chase. Critics of his work as Envoy accuse the former Prime Minister of a conflict of interest between his roles, saying he has used his position as Envoy to strike deals in the West Bank from which JPMorgan stood to gain.

Following the event in Grosvenor Square, the tour will then be repeated in the afternoon.

The tour is the culmination of a week of actions organised by the campaign. It was initiated by the team of George Galloway MP’s crowd-funded filmThe Killing$ of Tony Blair.

The petition calling for Blair’s sacking on Change.org, already has almost 15,000 signatures. A scathing open letter published earlier this week, signed by former UK ambassadors to the Middle East and major public figures, has also called for Blair to be sacked.

#SackBlair tour – Itinerary:

  1. 10am: leave from Parliament, Old Palace Yard
  2. The Iraq Inquiry: QEII Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, SW1P 3EE
  3. European Commission, 32 Smith Square, SW1P 3EU
  4. JPMorgan Private Bank, 1 Knightsbridge, SW1X 7LX
  5. Israeli embassy, 2 Palace Green, W8 4QB
  6. Russian embassy, 6-7 Kensington Palace Gardens, W8 4QP
  7. 12.30pm: Grosvenor Square, W1A: US embassy & Office of Tony Blair

The #SackBlair tour will then repeat the above route, starting at Parliament at 2pm and ending at 4.30pm

Sign the #SackBlair petition now…

Stephen Fry’s tweet: Sign the Sack Tony Blair petition

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Tony Blair should be sacked as Middle East envoy, say former ambassadors


John B. Wells fired from Coast to Coast AM, but why?

The following is an exclusive print interview I conducted with John B. Wells on the evening of February 5, 2014. Why was this ever-so-popular host let go by some unidentified powers that be in the corporate structure at Coast to Coast?

On the surface, the firing of John B. Wells made no sense. However, as we peel back the public veneer that is Coast to Coast, the firing of John B. Wells was inevitable.
The Glory Days of Coast to Coast Are Gone

In days gone by, Coast to Coast was once the flag-ship of the alternative media, which captured 500 stations in late night radio when the show was hosted by Art Bell. Bell blazed a trail that nobody had ever traveled before, as he brought subjects to the mainstream airwaves that was unprecedented in both its subject areas and its depth of coverage.

Bell’s meteoric rise to unprecedented popularity in late night radio continued unabated until Premier purchased control of the show for $8 million dollars. That is when the trouble began for Bell in terms of retaining editorial control of his show. When Art Bell relinquished control of his program to corporate interests, Premier and ultimately Clear Channel, Coast to Coast was never the same as the show took a turn and became reflective of “the corporate message”.

Read more: intellihub.com

Noory, Bell Repeat MEMRI Lies About Iran President (“WIPE ISRAEL OFF THE MAP”)

George Osborne warns UK may leave EU over reform failure

Chancellor George Osborne has raised the prospect of Britain leaving the European Union if the 28-nation bloc fails to undertake fundamental reforms to improve competitiveness, create jobs and protect the rights of countries which are not in the single currency.

And he suggested that if the UK was unable to secure support for reform from all EU states, it was ready to press ahead with a smaller group of like-minded countries under what he termed ”enhanced co-operation”.

In a keynote speech, the Chancellor said that the treaties underpinning the EU were no longer ”fit for purpose” and failure to reform will condemn the continent to a future of economic crisis and decline, warning: ”We can’t go on like this.”

Mr Osborne stressed the Government’s determination to renegotiate the terms of British membership in order that the UK can remain in the EU following a referendum in 2017.

Read more: telegraph.co.uk

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S.Sudan’s chaos exposes naivety of foreign cheerleaders?

South Sudan’s independence had many midwives. Not least of these were the millions of Southern Sudanese who voted to break away from northern and Arab domination in a 2011 referendum.

But among the foreign players, Washington was always among the most hands-on. Successive occupants of the White House – buttressed by the US Congress and encouraged by activists and evangelicals – have made peace in South Sudan, and the right of its people to self-determination, a foreign policy priority in Africa.

The unravelling of the world’s newest nation over the past three weeks, is therefore reverberating far beyond the remote bush where fighting has raged between different factions of the army, even as peace talks get under way in neighbouring Ethiopia.

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George Galloway on new documentary The Killing of Tony Blair

Abby Martin speaks with British Parliamentarian George Galloway, discussing his upcoming film ‘The Killing of Tony Blair’, and his brand new show on RT, ‘Sputnik: Orbiting the world with George Galloway.’

Your contributions so far have been overwhelmingly generous. Given the great enthusiasm we have received so far, we have raised our ambitions to making a feature length documentary for global cinema release in order to reach the widest audience possible and to making this the best and most thorough documentary it can be. Therefore we need to keep raising funds. kickstarter.com

George Galloway on Syria & Ukraine’s political crisis

Ukraine has been hit with a wave of political unrest since late November when President Viktor Yanukovych refused to sign a trade pact with the European Union. The refusal to sign the deal triggered major street protests by the opposition supporters, who want Ukraine to become closer to the EU and distance itself from Russia.

Clashes erupted several times between the anti-government protesters and police forces during the demonstrations. Several arrests were made in the course of the protests as well. In an effort to calm the political unrest, Yanukovych on Wednesday invited all parties, including the opposition, to engage in dialog to resolve the crisis facing the country.

Ukrainian opposition leaders rejected Yanukovych’s offer of negotiations, calling for dismissal of his government and release of detained protesters. Russia has criticized Western nations for interfering in Ukraine, saying protests against Kiev’s decision to back away from the EU deal were destabilizing the former Soviet state.

The Russian parliament, the State Duma, in a non-binding statement on Tuesday urged the West to “stop mounting external pressure on the politics of a country that is brotherly to us.” The lower house of parliament also called on Ukrainian opposition forces to “stop illegal actions” over the political crisis.

George Galloway MP: Syrian militants losing the war

The Syrian army continues its clean-up operations in several provinces, inflicting heavy losses on the militants fighting against the government of President Bashar al-Assad. The army killed scores of militants in the northern city of Aleppo and its countryside on Tuesday. The government troops also destroyed 4 vehicles loaded with weapons and ammunition near Aleppo Central Prison.

Moreover, the army units battled foreign-backed militants at the entrance of Mourk town in the northern countryside of Hama province, killing 20 of them. The Syrian armed forces captured several machine guns in the villages of al-Arshouneh and Rasm al-Khirbet in the eastern countryside of al-Salamiyeh in the province.  On Monday, the Syrian army took back control of the ancient Christian town of Sadad from al-Qaeda-linked militants operating inside the Arab country.  On the same day, state news agency, SANA, quoted an unnamed official source as saying that the military “restored security and stability” to the town of Sadad, north of the Syrian capital, Damascus.

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