“See something, say nothing” seems to be the message of the German government, and they do have ways of making you not talk. This is apparent after the Berlin Police conducted large-scale raids on Wednesday — on Internet users.

June 23. That’s when British voters go to the polls to vote on exiting the EU. A telephone conference transcript reveals talk by IMF insiders about causing a destabilizing “event” tied to the Greek debt problem before that.

A report issued on April 5 by Frontex — the EU’s agency for the “Management of Operational Cooperation at the [EU’s] External Borders” — stated that EU member states reported 1.82 million illegal border crossings, a number that was more than six times the previous record set in 2014.

 

 

After bankrolling everything from the Obama campaign and Occupy Wall Street to open-borders activists and revolutionary movements around the world, billionaire globalist George Soros has a new target: churches and pastors in the nation of Georgia that are worried about surrendering their future to the European Union. Yes, the same EU that Soros, a self-described atheist, recently said was on the “verge of collapse.”

Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, speaking at the Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai last week, presented a laundry list of objections to current European polices and presented his own ideas on creating an international movement to combat forces in Europe and the Middle East that promote cultural isolationism.

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