Parliamentary Report: No Evidence of Russia’s Alleged Interference in British Politics

Ever since Boris Johnson stepped up to the role of Prime Minister we have seen rabid lefties, Remainer MPs opportunistic media luvvies and showbiz wankers conducting a witch hunt, trying to make big deals out of everything Boris is alleged to have done or nor done. One aspect of that witch hunt that bore a remarkable similarity to the idiotic efforts of the US Democratic Party’s efforts to remove Donald Trump from office because of his alleged collaboration with Russian government agencies to steal the 2016 election from Hillary Clinton.

Yes our rabid lefties, media luvvies and general cunts tried to accuse Boris of collaborating with Russia (well nobody could ever accuse lefties of being imaginative or original, groupthink is an official policy of socialist movements, diversity is something that only relates to skin colour and sexual preference.

The allegation was that Bris was trying to block publication of a Parliamentary Security Committee report on Russian meddling in British politics. but was he and were they?

from sputniknews.com

Boris Johnson came under scrutiny this week after he reportedly blocked the publication of a dossier cleared by British intelligence that looked into Russia’s alleged role in the 2016 Brexit referendum.

The UK Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee did not find any solid evidence of past Russian interference in British politics, but said that the risk of such meddling could still exist in the future, Bloomberg reported, citing two sources familiar with the findings of a secret report.

The committee conducted an inquiry into Moscow’s alleged meddling in Britain’s internal political process following the government’s repeated accusations that Russia was interfering in the UK’s 2016 Brexit referendum by providing misleading media coverage and resorting to fake social media accounts to influence the vote, but no “smoking gun” evidence of these allegations has been reported so far.

 

The committee’s report was rumoured to have been approved by intelligence agencies as the final step in a long process that began back in March 2019. Downing Street had been expected to approve the report’s final draft by the end of last week. However, the government insisted that the report was still in need of final clearance by the prime minister’s office, and therefore should not be published before the General  Election due on 12 December.

The delay caused some consternation in parliament on Tuesday (5bNovember), which was the final day before the legislative body was dissolved ahead of the election. The committee’s chairman, Dominic Grieve, an avid Europhile who has been deeply involved in several plots to thwart Brexit,   accused the Prime Minister of trying to prevent publication of the document because it contained revelations that would harm the Conservatives campaign, while rejecting the government’s claims that it needed “more time” to ensure that the sources of the information remained secret.

While the government officialy insisted that the report contained nothing that the Conservative government wished to hide, the report, which was commissioned to investigate concerns that Russia had played a part in influencing the outcome of the vote, but accordinto sources quoted bt BuzzFeed it failed to provide any solid evidence of collusion with foreign agencies.

So as was the case with the now notorious Mueller report into the Trump campaign’s alleged Russian collaboration, the allegations that Russia meddled in the Brexit vote and possibly changed the result are now proven to have no substance. Will the left ever learn that in this age of internet news and open journalism, it is not a good idea to try to win elections by telling lies about your opponents.

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BoJo To Go For Election Again On Monday After Chlorinated Corbyn Chickens Out

In spite of The Labour Party rejecting Boris Johnson’s offer of the opportunity to challenge him in an election, the Prime Minister’s team of advisers believes the general election campaign underway despite Wednesday’s failure to in the required majority enabling an early election. Sources in Whitehall say the government is expected to try again on Monday after first allowing the opposition to pass a law to prevent britain leaving the EU without a deal which would make our country a vassal state of The Brussels Fourth Reich.

Traditionally the government of the day could call a general election at will, but a law introduced by the Conservative / Liberal Democrat coalition government in 2011 changed that arrangement, requiring a two-thirds majority in Parliament to bring an early election. With polling showing many anti-Brexit members of Parliament are likely to lose their seats when that vote comes, and Labour on track to be virtually anihilated outside Londonistan it is perhaps unsurprising the motion failed on Wednesday .

Now the government will bring the vote for a second time on Monday, top Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg announced Thursday. It is not presently clear what the prime minister will be able to change in terms of voting numbers in four days, given he was over 100 votes short on Wednesday night. However Corbyn and other Labour leaders have gone on record as saying Labour will support the vote for an election providing their bill to make a ‘no – deal Brext’ legally impossible is passed before te vote to call an election is held.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn laid an obligation on his MPs to abstain on the vote for a snap election, an incongruous position given his long-standing demands for the country to hold fresh elections, claiming he would not back an election while a full no-deal Brexit was still a possibility.

The Labour leader has made the call for an election near-daily for nearly two years; indeed, a quick search of Mr Corbyn’s official Twitter account — managed on his behalf by staffers and sharing his main talking points daily — shows hundreds of messages calling for an election. As recently as Monday, Mr Corbyn wrote: “We are ready for a General Election, which will be a once in a generation chance for a real change of direction for our country.”

The Daily Telegraph confirmed claims made by the prime minister that Mr Corbyn has become the first opposition leader in British history to block a general election.

With his conditions for supporting an election, Mr Corbyn has attempted to lay a trap for the government. If Mr Johnson accepted the Labour leader’s demands of blocking Brexit before the vote, he would enter a general election without his greatest electoral trump card — the promise to deliver a Brexit “do or die” by the end of October. This shows incredible naivete or perhaps it is just stupid arrogance on the part of Labour strategists.

With a good result at the ballot box and a majority in Parliament, Mr Johnson would leave him capable of simply repealing the anti-Brexit legislation presently being pushed through the House.

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British MEP Reveals Undemocratic EU Stitch Up Of Top Jobs

Brexit Party MEP Alexandra Phillips angrily blew the whistle on the undemocratic election process for choosing the European Parliament’s highly influential Committee chairs. The Newly elected MEP claimed the Federalist bloc had organised a “stitch-up behind closed doors”.

Phillips said she was “astonished” by the method the European Parliament uses to elect chairs of its committees. In a video uploaded to the Brexit Party MEP’s Twitter page (embedded below), Ms Phillips says: “So, I’ve just come back from my first committee as an MEP. I am on the Development Committee (DEVE) which is really important to me because I have lived and worked in India and Ghana and Kenya and Cameroon, lots of places.

“And I have seen how badly the EU as a corporate cartel and big business and big banking essentially rides roughshod with trade deals over developing worlds and then uses bits of aid to try and cover up the massive open wounds that they leave behind.

“But what astonished me, the agenda for this meeting was actually appointing the new chair of the Committee.

“But this is already stitched up behind closed doors by the big Parliamentary groups who decide that they will portion out the chairs of committees behind the scenes and then each candidate stands unopposed.

“So I went to the meeting and one chair and vice chairs were automatically appointed because they were the only candidates stepping forward.

“Remember this Parliament is 60 percent new MEPs who haven’t had experience in these areas before and so don’t know the systems and aren’t putting themselves forward.”

Alexandra Phillips tells of her shock at the lack of democracy or transparency in EU

EU leaders have also come under fire for undemocratically facilitating a backroom stitch-up for the bloc’s top job, that of President Of The European Commission. The person chosen to succeed Jean – Claude Juncker in the post is little known Federalist Ursula von Leyen, who emerged as the preferred candidate through a completely opaque process after better known figures were rejected by member states.

Much of the criticism centred around the abandonment of the so-called lead candidate (spitzenkandidat) process, which is designed to give a democratic mandate to the Commission presidency. Instead, leaders held a series of meetings across three days to fill European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s role before he is scheduled to step down at the end of October. But nobody seems to know who proposed von Leyen, who voted for her or what qualifies her for the job other than that she is German, a member of Angela Merkel’s CDU Prty know for loyalty to Merkel and a strong supporter of Merkel and Macron’s push to transfor the EU into a Federal superstate.

Following the talks among EU leaders, Ursula von der Leyen, who is currently Germany’s defence minister, a supporter of Federalisation and an advocate of an E U Army, was selected to be the next Commission President. She will become the next European Commission President if the European Parliament approves her appointment. Her path to power may not be smooth however. Member of the European Parliament from The Green Party and a coalition of socialist and communist parties have vowed to oppose her and claim they have the numbers to vote down her appointment.

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UK Would To Be Forced To Pay $63 Million For New EU Parliament Building

 

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If a plan to redevelop the European Parliament building, one of the most opulent buildings ever constructed and less than 30 years old, is approved before the UK transiton period ends in 2020, the British taxpayers will have to to share the multimillion costs for new building, which the UK won’t use or need after leaving the European Union.

The $487 million reconstruction of Brussel’s European parliament buildings will not be started until after Brexit day, but according to EU lawyers what maters is the date the project is approved. If we get caught it may add up millions to the UK’s multibillion divorce bill for leaving the European Union.

According to the Times, the revamp of the EU building, finished only in 1993 at a total cost $1.2 million, is designed to separate the MEPs from visitors, press and other public they accidentally mix with due to the current structure. This is what is described as “far from ideal by the cited officials.

Apart from ensuring members do not have to rub shoulders with ordinary mortals the plan will also give them a new more luxurious restaurant and kitchen, according to the cited internal documents.”

 

There are security reasons for the upgrade according to EU freeloaders, and the building was found unsafe after ceiling in the debating chamber collapsed; five years ago and structural problems were detected.

The preliminary plan suggests two options. According to the Times, which cited internal documents, the preferred one is demolishing the block and building it from the scratch, which will cost $46 million more than refurbishment. The confidential papers state that the final decision is to be taken in “the second semester of 2019,”after the European elections next May over fears of public criticism and being exploited by the euro-sceptics.

EU Bosses Fear Brexit Domino Effect

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European leaders met for the first time today to discuss the deal reached over changes to the conditions of Britain’s membership of the European Union. So far reaction to the deal from politicians and bureaucrats has been mixed,  but public opinion in member states has led to fears that an out vote may prompt other EU member states to follow Britain’s lead.

European lawmakers are trying to talk up the significance of the deal won by UK Prime Minister David Cameron in which he attempted to win significant concessions over Britain’s membership of the EU in order to secure a vote to remain within a “reformed” union at the In-Out referendum he has called for June 23. W hile publicly contemptuous of the British public’s lukewarm attitude to the EU they are privately desperate for us to stay in. Britain’s financial contribution, diplomatic clout and military strength are seen as indespensible to EU leaders ambitions to create a Fedral European Superstate that would be a world power militarily and economically.

Speaking ahead of a session of the European Parliament, Wednesday, it’s President Martin Schultz told the BBC: “This is the first time a Conservative Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is fighting for Europe and for the European Union. This is progress in itself. The Prime Minister is running for the campaign to stay in. It is about winning the confidence of British voters.” In the past Schulz has openly expressed contempt for democracy by saying public opinion is irrelevant.

The lawmakers are not only keen for the UK to remain within the EU for political and financial reasons, but fearful of a vote to leave by Britain could trigger a domino effect  as p, ublic opinion in other countries, significantly France, the Netherlands, Italy, The Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary swings against “ever closer union” and the surrender of sovereignty to unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, and the emergence and success of anti EU political groups  demanding significant opt-outs, or threatening to the UK out of the EU, in the event that the vote does not go Cameron’s way.

Green Party vice chair Rebecca Harms said:

“Now that we know the date of the UK referendum on its membership of the EU, it is time for the real discussion to start — a discussion that focuses not on the narrow terms of David Cameron’s ‘deal’ but on the real issues about the UK’s relationship with the rest of Europe.

“The Greens/EFA group firmly believes that the UK’s place should be at the heart of Europe. But we also believe that the process of reform of the EU should not stop with this referendum.

“There is still much more that can and should be improved in the way the EU works, issues of far more importance to European citizens than just those areas covered by the UK’s ‘deal’… But the only way to address these issues is collectively, from within the EU. That is why it is so important that the UK votes to remain in the EU, based on a clear understanding of what is at stake. Then the real work to reform the EU can begin,”

However, French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, poured cold water over the British deal. Speaking to the Journal du Dimanche, Ayrault said there had been “no treaty change,  UK does not have a veto on moves towards closer political and financial integration in the  Eurozone and there is no questioning of  abandoning the principle of free movement.”

Mixed views then, but we should not forget the words of Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, who said that any change that Cameron won would be vetoed.

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Covering Up The Cover UP

So the cover up inquiry into the lost dossier on paedophiles in parliament allegedly handed to former Home Secretary Leon Brittan by the late Geoffrey Dickens MP and subsequently lost by Home Office staff (Brittan’s name figured in the list of kiddie fiddlers named by the dossier allegedly) has concluded that there is no proof the file was deliberately destroyed and therefore we must accept there was no cover up, neither this nor any previous or future government is, was or ever will be involved in wrongdoing of any kind and bloggers who keep asking awkward questions can fuck the fucking fuck off.

These conclusions have naturally aroused some sceptical responses,and not only from the blogosphere. Even some sections of the normally servile mainstream media are gobsmacked at the blatancy of the cover up.

But the story has raised one laugh for me. In the comment thread on the report carried by Breitbart London, which contained this composite picture of Dickens and Brittan …

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Geoffrey Dickens (left) and Leon Brittan (image source)

… somebody tagged as Englebert has commented:

“Is Leon Brittans face real? It looks like he’s wearing a mask made from bits of dead people.”

Read full story and comment thread at Breitbart, London

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RESULT – Establishment’s Woolf Caged

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Thw Whitewash manufacturers and Tarpaulin merchants of the Establishment cover – up industry suffered a second blow in their quest to install one of their own as chair of an inquiry into alleged paedophiles operaying in the Palace Of Westminster when Lord Mayor Of London Fiona Woolf stepped down today in response to pressure from abuse victims and support groups along with some media organisations.

Fiona Woolf told the Home Secretary that she did not have the confidence of the victims and needed to step aside for the sake of the inquiry.

She said: ‘I did not think it was going to be possible for me to chair it without everybody’s support.”

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A few months ago Lady Butler Sloss, a senior judge whose brother Sir Michael Havers was Attorney General when the first cover up, involving a dossier of the sex abuse allegations compiled by former Backburn MP ‘Battling’ Barbara Castle was lost after being haded to Brittan when he was Home Secretary.

There is no suggestion Havers was involved in the sex crimes, but he abused his position in order to protect other establishment figures so an impartial inquiry is likely to destroy what’s left of his reputation. Lady Butler – Sloss should have declared a conflict of interest and declined the role from the outset as should Finona Woolf who as a personal friend of Leon Brittan could not possibly have been an impartial figure in a case likely to result in the destruction of both his political and personal reputation.