News 3/27

Theresa May says she will quit as UK prime minister should Brexit deal go through
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will step down as the leader of the United Kingdom if her Brexit deal finally secures a majority in parliament, allowing a successor to take the lead on future negotiations with the European Union.

North Korean Embassy Attack Suspects Fled To U.S., Spanish Court Says
A Spanish court says assailants who broke into North Korea's Embassy in Madrid last month later fled to the U.S.According to new documents unsealed on Tuesday, the perpetrators of the attack included a U.S. citizen and another resident. The leader of the plot fled via Lisbon to Newark, N.J., and offered stolen material to the FBI in New York.

Comedian set to win first round of Ukraine presidential vote
Ukrainians exhausted by five years of war and decades of official corruption look set to send a comedian with no political experience into a second round run-off against the incumbent when they vote in Sunday’s presidential election.

Lithuania convicts Russians of war crimes under Soviet rule
A court in Lithuania has found a former Soviet defence minister guilty of war crimes over a deadly crackdown aimed at stopping the Baltic state breaking away from the USSR in 1991.'

India Claims Successful Test Of Anti-Satellite Weapon
India says it shot down one of its own satellites, making it only the fourth country to test an anti-satellite weapon.India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the successful test on Wednesday in a rare national address and on social media. The test would "have a historic impact on generations to come," Modi said in a tweet.

Austrian far-right activist probed over links to Christchurch attacks
Austrian investigators have raided the home of the leader of a far-right group in connection with the investigation into the New Zealand mosque attacks.Martin Sellner, of the Identitarian Movement Austria (IBÖ), said in a video he had received a donation, possibly from the chief suspect in the Christchurch shootings.But he denied any involvement in the attacks.

Spain launches disobedience probe into Catalan leader over pro-independence symbols
Prosecutors in north-eastern Spain have launched an investigation into Catalan leader, Quim Torra, for his apparent failure to remove pro-independence symbols from government buildings in the region.If found guilty, Torra could be removed from office for up to two years, for failing to adhere to a request by Spain’s electoral committee to remove the symbols, which it deemed political propaganda.

Australian government exploits fascist atrocity in New Zealand to push online censorship
The Liberal-National Coalition government, along with Labor, the Greens and the entire Australian political establishment, is cynically using the March 15 fascist massacre in Christchurch, New Zealand to escalate long-standing moves to censor social media and suppress political discussion.

Recovery of Venezuelan Electric Service Underway
The electrical service in Venezuela was gradually recovering Wednesday in several regions of Venezuela after Monday’s attack to the Guri’s transmission plant.Communication and Culture Minister Jorge Rodriguez reported Wednesday by telephone about the details of the latest events linked to two terrorist attacks, performed last Monday.

Automatic speed limiters to be standard on all new cars from 2022, under Europe-wide plans
New cars and other vehicles will be sold in Europe with automatic anti-speeding systems fitted as standard from 2022, if new regulations are approved by MEPs.

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Tbh Zelensky could actually end the war in Donjetsk so good luck to him.

Charlottesville murderer pleads guilty to federal hate crimes
A man convicted on state murder charges in a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia has pleaded guilty to federal hate crime charges.James Alex Fields Jr, of Maumee, Ohio, faced 29 federal charges stemming from the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville on 12 August 2017.

As Bombs Rain Down on Gaza, Pelosi Praises AIPAC's 'Leadership'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told AIPAC attendees Tuesday morning that Congressional support for Israel was "relentlessly bipartisan" only hours after Israeli bombs and missiles rained down on the Gaza Strip for a third day in a row.

Missile Defense Agency Claims Successful Warhead Intercept
Monday's test involved a missile carrying a dummy warhead fired from Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific Ocean toward the U.S. West Coast. Sensors tracked the missile as it flew, and then two interceptors were launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

THE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL Campaign Committee warned political strategists and vendors Thursday night that if they support candidates mounting primary challenges against incumbent House Democrats, the party will cut them off from business.

Survey: About 1 in 10 US adults rationing medicine in effort to lower costs
New survey data shows that 11.4 percent of U.S. adults did not take their medication as prescribed in an effort to reduce costs.The survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that those adults, aged 18 to 64, either skipped doses, took less medicine than prescribed or delayed filling a prescription because of the cost of the drugs in the past 12 months.

New Jersey jury finds J&J not liable in latest talc cancer trial
A New Jersey jury on Wednesday cleared Johnson & Johnson of liability in a lawsuit brought by a man who said that asbestos in the company’s talcum powder products caused his mesothelioma.

Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers strike in Los Angeles
Hundreds of Uber and Lyft drivers in Los Angeles held a 25-hour strike Monday to protest working conditions along with planned wage cuts.

Facebook bans white nationalism, white separatism on its platforms
Facebook Inc on Wednesday banned praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism on its social media platforms, bolstering its efforts to tackle hate speech.

Another mega-deal just shook up healthcare and the 2 companies used a word that should make their employees nervous (CNC, WCG)
In a move highlighting the consolidation taking the healthcare industry by storm, the health insurer Centene said Wednesday that it planned to buy its rival WellCare in a deal valued at $17.3 billion. The companies expect the deal, which they hope will create a "leader" in government-sponsored healthcare, to close in the first half of 2020. But companies don't just make deals to make deals, they do so to enhance shareholder value.


Jose Maria Sison – Duterte is the best recruiter and best transport and supply officer
The Filipino people and the revolutionary forces led by the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) have a lot to thank Duterte for. Though unwittingly, like the tyrant Marcos in his own time, Duterte has become the best recruiter and the best transport and supply officer of the New People’s Army (NPA).As the best recruiter of the NPA, Duterte has driven so many people to join the NPA by running a tyrannical, treasonous, mass murdering, plundering and inflation-generating regime. The people have no choice but to fight such an evil regime.By terminating the peace negotiations, he compels the armed revolutionary movement to concentrate on intensifying the people’s war and cast away any illusion that this regime of terror and greed can negotiate social, economic and political reforms to address the roots of the armed conflict in order to achieve a just and lasting peace.The more direct kind of assistance that Duterte gives to the armed revolution is splitting up his military and police forces into two parts, one part for psywar and mass intimidation and the other part for blind and deaf armed offensives against the people.

The Tory Crisis That Dare Not Speak Its Name
On Monday night, BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg tweeted that the band of MPs who visited Theresa May for an emergency meeting had taken to calling themselves “Grand Wizards.” Twitter instantly pointed out that the term is used by the Ku Klux Klan. Even former Tory chancellor George Osborne asked, “I’m sorry, is this for real?” But there was little blowback apart from Twitter consternation, which passed quickly. On Radio 4’s Today, a morning political program, a presenter used the term “Grand Wizards” casually on Wednesday, with no reference to its Klan links. That the Tory group didn’t know is entirely unlikely: more likely they didn’t realize the name would leak to the press.On Tuesday afternoon, at a meeting of the Conservative-aligned, Bruges Group, MP Suella Braverman told an emergency meeting on Brexit, “We are engaged in a war against cultural Marxism” and warned about free speech at universities in the UK.

Get Up and Get Going: How to Form a Group
Becoming radicalized in a small town by yourself, seemingly in the “middle of nowhere,” can often be one of the most difficult experiences you may ever encounter. But even harder than the feeling of being adrift can been the desperation of not know how to go about attempting to make the leap from being just an individual with a set of ideas to someone that is part of a movement and specifically, a group of people who are organized in a set area, acting in concert, with that movement.

2:00PM Water Cooler 3/27/2019
Trade “China’s secretive lending to Africa” [Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum]. “Questions are swirling around China’s financing of Ethiopian Airlines (ET), and whether it was part of the country’s secretive lending to Africa…. While it is difficult to obtain hard facts about Beijing’s involvement, there are indications that Chinese […]

girl in the op is pretty cute

why does May keep giving shitty brexit deals

Because she dosen't want to brexit

why does she care so much?

Because the tories will die as a party if she doesn't/

Wonder why Facebook is coming out so strongly against white nationalism now?


Right, well it all started with a bloke called Enoch Powell…

Enoch Powell will kill the Tory party if Britain leaves the EU?

THe tories have had this massive rod called "Europe" sticking into their collective bums since Enoch Powell campaigned against it in the EEA referendum. It's hard to explain to you without just throwing books or wiki pages at you. Sufficed to say, if brexit doesn't happen or is too soft, the tories will fucking implode.

It's the only one she can offer, the EU rightly doesn't want to offer the UK the benefits of membership when we're not members, this was all a moronic idea to begin with.

Brexit is a fantastic idea though. British leftists should support it.

Bastards. Those men are heros.


Will the DUP implode too if there's no Brexit? I mean they probably won't exist if the 6 counties are absorbed into the Free State

Welsh and Cornish nationalism by 2030

Its not a single issue party. They are radical right wing hyper-Christians who went to bible schools in South Carolina.They are very against gay marriage and abortion. Also they are an ethno-nationalist party and their ethnic group won't disappear overnight.

Once unification happens they will still have supporters in the North. Definitely older people but hopefully the young ones will move away from them. If they are smart they could drop the Unionism thing and be a all-Ireland far right party and pick up some votes in the 26 counties.

Balkanize England while you're at it.