This week the European Parliament gears up for a debate on the situation of Christians in the Middle East. The horrific Palm Sunday bombings at two Egyptian churches on April 9 that killed at least 45 people have spurred the discussion. The so-called Islamic State (ISIS or IS) has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attacks.
“Radical Muslims” strike iconic location in London – to celebrate a satanic holiday for a pagan goddess named Isis! You can’t make this stuff up. But somebody can!
As the BBC just reported, House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has said he would be “strongly opposed” to US President Donald Trump addressing the Houses of Parliament during his state visit to the UK. Mr Bercow told MPs that “opposition to racism and sexism” were “hugely important considerations”.
Hard Brexit: UK to leave the single market and Parliament will vote on the final deal, pledges PM May
Prime Minister Theresa May has said the UK “cannot possibly” remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean “not leaving the EU at all”, but at the same time promised to push for the “greatest possible” access to the single market following Brexit.
British MPs have been given a date in September to debate a motion in the House of Commons to find former prime minister Tony Blair in contempt of parliament for involving the UK in the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
That’s a plasma blast all right. It’s a low level air burst. Most likely a small nuclear trigger.
Believed the German parliament by a large majority on Thursday a symbolic resolution describing the killing of Armenians by Ottoman troops in 1915 as “genocide”.
Jim W. Dean – The most buried part of the Armenian genocide story is how Jewish Freemasons played the key role in it, and have been desperate to keep that hidden. The historical evidence is overwhelming, but ignored for the usual reasons.
Turkey’s Parliament today passed a bill to strip progressive members of their immunity. Loud and Clear speaks with Kani Xulam, director of the Kurdish American Information Network, to discuss whether the bill, introduced by the increasingly dictatorial President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his AK Party, will be used to silence opposition and dissent. “The bill […]