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The European Union & It's Problems.
One would guess that Italy likes President Trump!



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(02-10-2019, 08:15 PM)BIAD Wrote: One would guess that Italy likes President Trump!




Lot's of symbolism there.  I can't understand what they are saying, so I don't know if this is good or bad, but to have it be that big, I'm thinking it is an honor to President Trump.

 Now there's something to give the Deep State to talk about.   tinylaughing This is how people around the world are viewing our President right now.  Too bad all the American people don't feel the same way.
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Be sure to click that link in the Q post. It goes to some pretty heavy videos on Twitter of things going on across the pond that we don't see in the MSM.

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Feb 10 2019 16:52:24 (EST)

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Would you know if not posted by individuals on social media?

FAKE NEWS attempting to 'CONTROL' the narrative by not providing coverage?
Do the protests in EU go against the narrative that majority of people are for globalism, open borders, and mass immigration?
1. Dilution of citizen voice
2. Dilution of citizen vote
3. Dilution of national independence
>Police turned against its own citizens
>Citizens turned against its own police
>People v People
Controlled media > prevent mass awareness
If the news doesn't report the facts (ie, truth) - how do people get informed in order to be heard?
Silence the people.
Localize disruption.
Target leaders of disruption (quietly take action).
Deploy scare tactics & political cross-talk
Control volume.
The media no longer represents the will of the people.
Think for yourself.
Research for yourself.
Trust yourself.
Sheep no more.
Q
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Quote:Marseille knife attacker shot dead by French police.

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'A man has been shot dead after wounding at least two pedestrians with a knife in the centre of Marseille.
The attack occurred at about 16:45 local time (15:45 GMT) on Tuesday afternoon in the Canebière area
of the city, which is France's second largest.

Police said they opened fire after the man, who has not been named, threatened officers with a weapon.
The prosecutor's office has said the attack was not politically motivated.

"It's a common law assault," prosecutor Xavier Tarabeux said.
At least one other pedestrian was reportedly injured during the confrontation with police...'
BBC:

Okay, we believe you.
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And after Rotherham, the next one in the dock is the Bradford case.
Let's ruminate on a possible connection.


Quote:Bradford grooming: Nine jailed for abusing girls

'Nine men who raped and abused two teenage girls who were living in a children's home have been jailed.
The girls were aged 14 when the men first began to use drink, drugs and violence to groom and sexually
exploit them.

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(From top left, clockwise) Basharat Khaliq, Saeed Akhtar, Naveed Akhtar, Parvaze Ahmed, Zeeshan Ali,
Fahim Iqbal, Izar Hussain, Mohammed Usman and Kieran Harris were all jailed at Bradford Crown Court.

Bradford Crown Court heard the abuse started after the girls moved into the home in 2008.
The nine were convicted of 22 offences including rape and inciting child prostitution.
A tenth defendant was cleared of rape.

One of the women, Fiona Goddard, decided to waive her legal right to life-long anonymity to show other victims
of abuse "there is nothing to be ashamed of".

Sentencing the men to jail terms ranging from 20 years to 18 months, Judge Durham Hall QC said: "You appear
not to have shown any respect for the minimum standards of decent behaviour."
During the trial, which lasted more than six weeks, prosecutor Karma Melly QC said the gang had taken advantage
of the girls' age and situation. She said: "Some of the defendants were actually forceful, threatening and violent,
others used alcohol and drugs, others created a manipulated relationship in order to facilitate their sexual exploitation."

Reading from an impact statement, Ms Goddard, 25, told the court: "I can't change what's happened, but I can rebuild
my life."

The jury heard it was Basharat Khaliq who first met the girls in 2008, when he was 27 and they were both 14, before
taking them to a petrol station and buying them a bottle of vodka.

Over the following years he groomed and repeatedly raped one of the girls and on one occasion abused Ms Goddard.
At about the same time the girls also separately met brothers Saeed and Naveed Akthar, with much of the abuse taking
place at Saeed's former address on Saffron Drive.

'Used as a prostitute'
Ms Melly said: "Fiona was used for sex by the men that came to the property.
"She was used by Saeed to get drugs and bring them back, she was told to go and meet dealers and to ensure she
came back with drugs though she was given no money for them.
"She was in effect used as a prostitute on his instruction."

The allegations came to light in 2014 when Ms Goddard saw a report on the grooming and sexual abuse of hundreds
of young girls in Rotherham on BBC Look North. She asked her then partner to contact the BBC to say that similar abuse
was happening elsewhere and the BBC "quite properly" notified police.

Statement from Fiona Goddard
I would like to take this opportunity to explain why I decided to waive my anonymity.
It's because I wanted to show anyone who has gone through, or is going through, anything similar that there is nothing to be
ashamed of. Crimes like these haven't always been dealt with appropriately in the past, but I am proud to say that the police
and other services are working really hard to change this and the stigma surrounding it.

I would like to assure people that if they did come forward, they would be believed and supported.
Speaking outside court, Fiona Goddard told the BBC: "These men have influenced every aspect of my life, for as long as I can
remember. "Today, I got to stand in front of them and take that control back and know that they are never going to impact my life
again."

Judge Hall told the courtroom: "Your primary victim sits in court and that lady has shown the utmost courage.
"No doubt for years she felt she had no voice and that she was powerless - well she's got a voice now."
He added: "No major city in England and Wales seems to have been spared this problem of grooming by older men acting
together or alone."

Verdicts and sentences
*Basharat Khaliq, 38, of Deanwood Crescent, Bradford, was found guilty of five counts of rape
and one count of assault by penetration and jailed for 20 years

*Saeed Akhtar, 55, of Back Girlington Road, Bradford, was convicted of two counts of inciting
child prostitution and one count of rape and jailed for 20 years

*Naveed Akhtar, 43, of Newport Place, Bradford, was found guilty of two counts of rape and cleared
of one count of rape. He was jailed for 17 years

*Parvaze Ahmed 36, of Farcliffe Road, Bradford, was convicted of three counts of rape and jailed for
17 years

*Izar Hussain, 32, of St Leonard's Road, Bradford, was found guilty of one count of rape, one count of
attempted rape and cleared of two counts of rape. He was jailed for 16 years

*Zeeshan Ali, 32, of Durham Terrace, Bradford, was convicted of one count of sexual assault and jailed
for 18 months

*Kieran Harris, 28, of Fir Parade, Dewsbury, was found guilty of two counts of rape and jailed for 17 years

*Faheem Iqbal, 27, of no fixed abode, was convicted of one count of aiding and abetting rape and jailed
for seven years

*Mohammed Usman, 31, of Quaker Street, Bradford, was found guilty of two counts of rape and jailed for
17 years

*Yasar Majid, 37, of Milton Keynes, was cleared of rape

Nazir Afzal, former Chief Crown Prosecutor in north-west England, said: "Everybody responsible for the safeguarding of
these young girls and every other victim has failed them. "The police don't have the resources, the prosecutors don't have
the resources and most importantly the community groups don't have the resources and I think we will be in this position
and I will be having this conversation for years to come."

A statement from Bradford Council said: "The Safeguarding Board will look closely at this case to see if there are any lessons
we can learn that could help us keep young people safer."...'
BBC:

So basically speaking, Nazir Afzal, former Chief Crown Prosecutor is saying get used to it.
Affirmation for Mayor Sadiq Khan.


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And just in case you thought the rapes in Rotherham were only something to do with taxi drivers...


Quote:Lord Nazir Ahmed charged with attempted rape.

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Lord Nazir Ahmed of Rotherham is a former Labour peer.


'A member of the House of Lords has been charged with two counts of attempted rape.
Former Labour peer Lord Nazir Ahmed of Rotherham, 61, is also charged with one count of indecent assault.

Two other men, Mohammed Farouq, 68, and Mohammed Tariq, 63, both from Rotherham, have also been charged,
South Yorkshire Police said. All three men are due to appear at Sheffield Magistrates' Court on 19 March.

Mr Farouq of Worrygoose Lane, Rotherham, is charged with four counts of indecent assault.
Mr Tariq of Gerard Road, Rotherham is charged with two counts of indecent assault.

Lord Ahmed was born in Pakistan and moved to the UK in 1969 with his family to join his father who was working in
steel factories in Rotherham. He joined the Labour Party in 1975 aged 18 and became a councillor in Rotherham in 1990.

In 1998 he became one of the first Muslim peers when he was appointed to the House of Lords by then-Prime Minister
Tony Blair...'

BBC:


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