British media have censored the death of hundreds of people who have lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London, a local resident has said.
The more than 500 people unaccounted from Grenfell Tower fire are dead, Nadia, whose family name was not given and identifies herself on social media as DJ Ayla, told Press TV.
London Police Commander Stuart Cundy told reporters on Saturday that 58 people are feared dead in the fire.
According to reports, however, the building was home to about 600 people.
Nadia told Press TV’s correspondent in London, Camilia Shambayati, that only 76 out of some 600 people who were living in the building where she grew up, had been accounted for and more than 500 residents were still missing.
“Where are the missing people? Where is the list…
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By Chaminda Jayanetti and cross-posted from Politics.co.uk
First, the good news. The political drive for austerity lies in tatters. Thatcherism is bankrupt. The toxic power of the Tory press has been shattered. Tory dreams of a landslide victory are dead. The Labour leadership question is settled for the foreseeable future.
That’s a fair bit of good news. But here it comes to a crashing halt.
Britain is on the brink of a political crisis at a national crunch point. There is no workable government. There is no credible prime minister.
The country is long-term divided – there hasn’t been a convincing majority in a general election since 2005, four elections ago. The Tories’ reputation remains toxic for millions post-Thatcher, and Brexit has toxified it in large parts of London and other Remain-heavy cities. Labour’s reputation remains in the mud post-crash for millions of others.
But it is Brexit that makes this…
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Deep State reminds electorate not to abandon ruling Tory elite with ‘terror’ event. Strong & Stable is the Tory message to be hammered from now until election day
Police said they were responding to reports of an explosion and that there were a number of confirmed casualties and others injured.
“We were making our way out and when we were right by the door there was a massive explosion and everybody was screaming,” concert-goer Catherine Macfarlane told Reuters.
“It was a huge explosion — you could feel it in your chest. It was chaotic. Everybody was running and screaming and just trying to get out.”
Manchester Arena, the largest indoor arena in Europe, opened in 1995 and has a capacity for 21,000 people, according to its website. It is a popular concert and sporting venue.
A spokesman for Ariana…
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A beautiful area already poisoned by DDT production. Seems this council will never learn the lessons of the past.
The New Plymouth District Council proposes to borrow close to $30 million on a new, larger airport terminal with a unique cultural design. Climate Justice Taranaki Inc. raises serious questions about the risk assessment and business case behind the proposal.
“I was gobsmacked when I arrived at the airport, and there was a huge drill rig right there in front of the café. It was last September. It was apparently there to plug old wells.
There is no relief in thinking that the airport wells are not producing and are therefore safe. In fact, the likelihood of an abandoned well leaking increases over time. The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment has made it clear that once a well is abandoned and ‘signed off’, any leaks or other problems become the responsibility of the landowner,” said Catherine Cheung, Researcher of Climate Justice Taranaki Inc..
The danger of oil…
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Rixon Stewart – May 8, 2017
A couple of points have come to mind while I’m here in Moscow.
First, despite sanctions, or talk of western imposed restrictions the economy doesn’t seem to be doing too badly.
I’m no financial expert but just looking around Moscow it is apparent that Russia is doing fine, economically at least.
This is evident in the Moscow skyline. When I first came here nearly a decade ago Moscow didn’t have any skyscrapers to speak of. Although it had a few tall buildings dating back to Stalin’s era it had nothing on the scale of many modern cities.
Now, little more than a decade later Russia’s capitol has seen a whole cluster of new towers spring up. This apparent evidence of economic resilience may explain why Russia and its leaders don’t seem too perturbed by the repeated threats of sanctions.
In essence the economy here is fairly sound.
There is also nothing like the racial/ethnic tensions that Western Europe has seen recently.
And that’s the irony because Russia has in its own way been a racial melting pot for centuries, far more so than Europe or even North America.
What’s different is this has been going on since Russia was born as a nation: whereas America’s multiracialism began relatively recently with slavery while Europe’s is rooted in its colonial past and both have been exploited to the full by the Illuminati. Meaning that although Russia’s ethnic quilt is less obvious it is far more deeply ingrained.
It’s also a popular myth that Russia is overwhelmingly pure white Caucasian. It’s not.
You only have to walk around the streets of Moscow to see evidence of this everywhere. You see Russians descended from Turkish-Armenian stock, Russians of Nordic-Scandinavian origins, Russians descended from Slavic stock and oriental looking Russians from the far east of the country.
In fact minutes after writing those words a girl from hotel housekeeping came and asked me if I would like my bed turned down. Or words to that effect, because she didn’t speak a word of English.
Like the oriental girl at the concierge desk whom I had earlier asked for a postcard and who consulted her Nordic looking college, because she didn’t speak any English: they illustrate why Russia is so different from the West.
Russia has its own unique culture and identity, and like the girl who just came to my room who was probably from the far east of Russia, it’s a multifaceted thing.
It’s a big place and all these people are part of it. The difference with Western Europe and the migrant crisis there is that racial mixing and miscegenation haven’t been railroaded through here, at least in historical terms. That’s a recipe for social disaster and it’s something Russia looks likely to avoid.
This is obviously unlike Germany, which is governed by an illuninati stooge where enforced miscegenation is now the order of the day.
Of course this does not mean that Russia is entirely without its problems or faults. It has its own oligarchs, it still has problems with corruption and there’s a deeply ingrained brutal streak in Russia’s national character that’s unique and very nasty.
In fact Russia could easily fall into the trap created by an abundance of material wealth. There are some very rich Russians and the hotel I’m staying in caters to them. I just had a beer in one of the hotel’s bars: the same Italian beer in Edinburgh or London would cost £2 maybe £3 at the most. Here they charge roughly £10.00.
There’s also a shop in the hotel lobby that sells handcrafted men’s shoes. There are similar shops in London and Edinburgh, which charge £150 to £300 for a pair of shoes. The shop in my Moscow hotel didn’t have any prices displayed but in spite warnings about “if you have to ask the price…” etc. I decided to ask.
Prices I was told “start at £1,000”. Throw in a Rolls Royce showroom just off the lobby and you get the idea. There’s a lot of money in Moscow and that has its own inherent dangers.
However, there’s also much here to engender hope in the broadest sense.
I am reminded of an ancient prophecy, or if you prefer a piece of folklore, which spoke of three great, global empires.
The first would be centred in Rome and is obviously the Roman Empire. The second would be centred in London and became what we know today as the British Empire; while the third and final global empire will have Moscow at its head.
These three empires hold sway over economic, military and political matters. They are in essence dominions in the material realm,
Sure it’s a prophecy/folklore but I have no doubt in my heart that it will come to pass. Russian society has not been completely ravaged by the New Order. It has emerged from the communist era with basic human values still intact in many of its people and I am absolutely convinced that Russia will one day develop into the pre-eminent global power.
In other words it will completely eclipse America, or what we know today as America.
As I understand it, America’s real national destiny has yet to be fulfilled but that, as they say, is another story entirely.
Posted on 30 Apr 2017
Washington [Rothschild Bankers] wants war and bloodshed because the [Rothschild Bankers] Israeli regime is dictating what needs to be done. Trump is allowing that to happen. He is conniving with an essentially diabolical system, and this is really dangerous.
South Koreans are slowly but surely realizing that making a deal with a nation that is drunk with perpetual wars is like making a deal with the devil himself. In other words, people are seeing that perpetual wars breed perpetual hatred, perpetual hatred breeds moral and economic collapse, and moral and economic collapse breeds confusion, chaos, and complete catastrophe.
Trump is asking South Korea to pay for an anti-missile system (THAAD) that will cost at least $1 billion dollars, and South Koreans are basically saying that they cannot afford it. Hundreds of protesters in the town of Seongju carried signs which said:
“No THAAD, No War” and “Hey, USA, are you friends or occupying troops?”
Those protesters clashed with the police and began to throw water bottles at military trailers.
In essence, those people are saying, “We didn’t sign up for this.”
“South Korea has slammed US President Donald Trump’s suggestion that Seoul should pay for the Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) missile system that is now being deployed in the country. Trump had earlier questioned why the US was paying for the system that he valued at $1bn (£775m).”
Kim Ki-jung, foreign policy adviser to presidential candidate Moon Jae-in Moon and professor at Yonsei University, said:
“Even if we purchase THAAD, its main operation would be in the hands of the United States. So purchasing it would be an impossible option. That was our topic when we were considering the options.”
Even China has criticized THAAD, saying that “the anti-missile system undermines [South Korea’s] own national security.”
South Koreans are realizing that the only people who actually benefit from military programs and defense systems such as THAAD are defense contractors and the rich and powerful, not the average person.
If there is no war and if Kim Jung-un is not really a threat, then anti-missile systems are practically worthless. And those who have built those systems are, well, going to lose money.
In other words, perpetual wars, perpetual hatred and perpetual deaths are actually good for some people.
In the same vein, ISIS is good because military contractors are profiting from that. It has been reported that the Pentagon is selling “$300 million of military hardware to the [YPG] Kurdish army.” [The Non YPG Kurdish Army “dominate’ Is Pro Assad & Anti-ISIS]
In short, it is foolish for the Trump administration to provoke a country like North Korea. Nothing good has ever come out of perpetual wars. Trump seems to have learned virtually nothing from the wars in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and Libya. As my friend and colleague Mark Dankof has recently said during an interview with Press TV, Trump “is a dangerous man … and I see the possibility of a global catastrophe.”
What we now desperately need at this juncture is good old practical reason in the political landscape. Russia has made several attempts to cooperate with the United States, but the Neocons in Washington have resolutely refused to talk. Why?
[U.S. Is Talking Now But Can They Be Trusted?]
Obviously because the Neocons and the Israeli regime have already rejected Logos in all its manifestations. The moral and political order is antithetical to the Neoconservative ideology, and that is one reason why virtually no serious person can understand why Washington is refusing to have reasonable and practical dialogue with other nations they disagree with.
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