Author - Ray McNally

Merkel’s Migrant Regime Change Ploy Backfires, German Gov’t at Risk of Collapse

If someone would have even suggested two years ago that CNN would one day headline an article questioning “What next for Germany as Merkel myth implodes?”, they’d probably be dismissed as delusional, even though the writing was on the wall all throughout 2015 that the German public would resist Merkel’s “open door” policy advocating for the unrestricted migration of civilizationally dissimilar individuals, many of whom have no desire to assimilate and integrate into their host societies. The EU’s most [...]

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Big Noise: Mysterious ‘Boom’ Sounds Heard Across the Globe Scare People (VIDEO)

According to residents of Manchester, loud bangs were heard outside on November 22. However, nobody noticed anything that could have been the source of the sound. What's happening on Oxford Road in Manchester???? What were the loud bangs?? — boo (@beccharrison_) 22 ноября 2017 г. why are there loud bangs in manchester this is not fun when you’re on your own — libs x (@libbyjsmith) 22 ноября 2017 г. Massive bangs in Manchester scare the life out of me wtf was that??? 😫 — amy [...]

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UK Debt Payoff to Iran Has More to Do With Politics – Scholar

The debt payoff is more of a legal issue, rather than an economic or banking one, said Rostami in his comments to Sputnik. If the money gets unfrozen that doesn’t mean the same will be done with all the country’s assets around the world, but Iran getting Britain to pay will definitely affect the UK’s policies at large and ease ties with Iran, argued Rostami. He said the US made the first step to this end, as it endorsed [...]

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Putin-Erdogan-Rouhani Talks on Syria ‘Just the Beginning’ – Turkish Party

Commenting on Wednesday's meeting of Russian, Turkish and Iranian presidents in Sochi on the Syrian settlement, Ozturk Yilmaz, the Turkish opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy chair responsible for foreign relations, told Sputnik, “This is a great achievement after all but this is not the last stop, the process is just beginning.” “And we have to put all our positive efforts on the table and to persuade each other to find an acceptable solution to Syrian crisis, which will save [...]

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UK Taxi Driver ‘Would Have Swerved’ to Avoid Killing Man He Mistook for Bin Bag

Frank Norman, 71, said he didn't see Robert Stephenson who had fallen asleep on the road surface after the third-year student had been on a night out involving heavy drinking. Giving evidence on Thursday, November 33, Mr. Norman told York Crown Court he would have swerved had he known it was a body. He said by the time he saw the 21-year-old, it was too late as his vehicle struck the undergraduate on March 26, 2017. © Photo: Dorset Police, [...]

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Sidelined

It's a complicated question whether this meeting was a message to Washington that the Americans are out of the peace process in Syria. But the fact is that Russia, Turkey and Iran have proved their efficiency in solving the Syrian crisis. The three countries have prevented Syria from falling into the abyss of a “chronic civil war” like the one currently tearing Libya apart, professor Paulo Botta of the Complutense University of Madrid told Sputnik. At the same time, [...]

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Despite Court Rulings, EU’s Unlawful Mass Data Retention Policies Remain

The EU has failed to revise or repeal the bloc-binding March 2006 Data Retention Directive — and member states themselves have likewise proved sluggish — despite two unambiguous rulings by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The Directive obliged member state governments to store citizens' telecommunications data for a minimum of six months, and allowed police and security agencies to request access to details such as IP address and time of use of every email, phone call [...]

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