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.

Writing in Britain’s Sunday Times for March 27, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair said that “Where [Arab allies] need active on-the-ground military support from us, we should give it. They [ISIS] have to be crushed.”

Authorities in Bulgaria recently unveiled an official committee to help secure the top spot at the United Nations for Bulgarian communist operative Irina Bokova, and the devil is in more than just the details — it is embedded in the whole sordid affair. Among other concerns, the official campaign team is dominated by notorious communist agents with the ruthless Bulgarian “security” service known as the “little KGB.” It is also led by a prominent former spy for the murderous Soviet-backed regime that once enslaved the Eastern European nation. Top establishment media outlets have called Bokova the “frontrunner” to lead the UN, with sources saying it was part of an expensive PR campaign. But critics are speaking out.

The blood after last week's terror attack in Brussels, Belgium, was not even dry yet when globalists and anti-sovereignty extremists, in typical fashion, began demanding more assaults on liberty and more power for themselves under the guise of “protecting” people from terrorism. At the top of the agenda: exploiting the crisis to impose a “Security Union” on Europeans that would consolidate the continental police state.

Raids carried out by Belgian authorities to detect and apprehend members of the terrorist organization responsible for the bombings that killed 34 people in Brussels on March 22 have uncovered what is being described as “alarming” evidence of a Europe-wide jihadist cell connected to the attacks.

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