Africa's would-be rulers appear to be just as tone deaf and out of touch as the so-called “eurocrats” rebuked last month. As the European Union faces potential disintegration after the historic British “Brexit” vote to exit the EU super-state, the so-called “African Union” is still plowing full-speed ahead with undemocratic regional government. Most recently, the outfit unveiled a plot to erase borders and provide a single African passport to every “African citizen” that includes biometric data. Other extreme attacks on nationhood and self-government are also in the works as the continent and its peoples are herded into what internationalists often refer to publicly as their “New World Order.”
The chairman of the Iraq Inquiry, Sir John Chilcot said: “We [the members of the Inquiry] have … concluded that the circumstances in which it was decided that there was a legal basis for UK military action were far from satisfactory.”
Is the growing EU bank crisis signaling the “Lehman Brothers Moment” that will trigger collapse? Is Brexit to blame?
The United Nations "Human Rights Council," which counts some of the world's most ruthless dictatorships as members, sparked global outrage last week by voting to appoint a UN czar to oversee the normalization of homosexuality and transgenderism around the world. In the crosshairs are religious and moral views that reject homosexual behavior as sinful, as well as objective reality and biological facts that until recent years were taken for granted. The deeply controversial scheme was pushed through by communist and socialist rulers with fervent support from the Obama administration, which for years has been lawlessly using American tax dollars and diplomatic resources to bribe and bully foreign governments into compliance with the radical agenda. But there was a great deal of opposition, and criticism of the UN extremism growing.
Following the horrific June 28, 2016 terrorist attack at Istanbul’s Atatürk International Airport, new information has surfaced suggesting that the terror plot mastermind, Akhmed Chatayev, may have been an agent provocateur of the West.
Nigel Farage resigned Monday from his position as Leader of the UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party), saying he had never intended to become a career politician, and passage of the Brexit referendum had accomplished his goals.
During a June 28 interview with CNBC, former Rep. and presidential candidate Ron Paul, when asked if he thought the Brexit vote is “the beginning of the end of the European Union,” replied: "Yes, I really do; it will become nonfunctional."
As the pro-national sovereignty movement continues to surge in Europe following the historic British “Brexit” vote to exit the European Union, a growing push for a United States “Amexit” from the United Nations and other international institutions is gaining steam. After the Brexit, Congressman Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), a leading constitutionalist, pointed to his support for the American Sovereignty Restoration Act and asked if it is now “Time for #amexit?” Yes, he says. Conservative commentator Sarah Palin also called for a U.S. withdrawal from the UN following Brexit, saying Americans should take a lesson from the British on restoring independence. Former Congressman Ron Paul, meanwhile, the author of the original legislation to get the United States out of the UN, called for getting out of NATO and the “various phony 'free trade' agreements” that benefit the elite but harm everyone else. And the movement to restore self-government is only growing.
The latest NAFTA summit, held in Ottawa, served up a poignant reminder to North Americans that there is nothing so costly as "free" trade.
Globalist insiders of the CFR, ECFR, Bilderberg Group, Chatham House, and Trilateral Commission refuse to accept the Brexit verdict.
Speaking with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto at the North American Leaders’ Summit press conference in Ottawa on June 29, President Obama responded to presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s proposals to withdraw from trade deals such as the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).