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British Institutions So Corrupt, It Takes Just A Couple of Players To Upend Them

Posted by feww on July 11, 2017

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– UK Report # 34 –

How the justice system is corrupted and referendums are hijacked, as the nation plunges into poverty!

Boris [“the buccaneer”] Johnson, the architect of BREXIT, is finally showing his true colors.

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[Review prepared by an affiliated team of political scientists.]

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3 Responses to “British Institutions So Corrupt, It Takes Just A Couple of Players To Upend Them”

  1. Carol S. said

    House Votes to De-Fund U.S. Military Support for Saudi-led War in Yemen

    Today, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to end U.S. funding for the disastrous Saudi-led war in Yemen. The House took this step by approving legislative language in a military policy bill that, if passed into law, would require the Trump administration to stop providing aerial refueling for Saudi and other coalition aircraft, intelligence sharing, and other military support for this indiscriminate war that has killed thousands and plunged Yemen to the cusp of famine.

    FCNL’s Legislative Representative for Middle East Policy, made the following statement:

    “Today, the House voted to end U.S. backing for the Saudi-led war in Yemen that has plunged millions to the brink of starvation, and sparked a cholera outbreak that kills yet another Yemeni every 35 minutes.

    These wholly unprecedented votes build on a wave of congressional momentum against U.S.-backing for the Saudi-led war that has resulted in the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. This tide of opposition was on display on the Senate floor last month, when a bipartisan group of 47 senators voted against sending more weapons of mass starvation to Yemen.

    https://www.fcnl.org/updates/house-votes-to-de-fund-u-s-military-support-for-saudi-led-war-in-yemen-940

    • Ray D. said

      “Today, the House voted to end U.S. backing for the Saudi-led war in Yemen that has plunged millions to the brink of starvation, and sparked a cholera outbreak that kills yet another Yemeni every 35 minutes.”

      However, the $109-billion US arms sales to S. Arabia remains unaffected.

  2. Frances M. said

    UK young ‘shafted’ over Brexit –Vince Cable

    UK’s Lib Dem leader has accused the over-65s of being “self-declared martyrs” who claim leaving the EU is worth the cost.

    “The martyrdom of the old comes cheap,” he said, as fewer have jobs to lose and living standards are protected by the triple lock on pensions.

    “For the Brexit martyrs, paradise beckons,” he added.

    Older people who voted for Brexit have “comprehensively shafted the young.”

    Quoting statistics that 64% of over-65s voted for Brexit – compared with 71% of under-25s who voted Remain – Sir Vince said he was “struck by the heavily Remain sentiment in colleges and schools, and the heavily Brexit mood of church-hall meetings packed with retired people” during the referendum campaign.
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-40842017

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