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Deadly Investments


UK bank complicity in Israel’s crimes

against the Palestinian people




2017 marks 50 years of Israel’s military occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Golan Heights, and a decade since Israel cemented its blockade on the Gaza Strip.


The impacts of the occupation and siege on Palestinians

have been devastating, an ever-intensifying system of human rights abuse and imposed poverty on millions of Palestinians.Israel’s militarised repression of the Palestinian people extends beyond the scenes of checkpoints and bombings we have unfortunately become accustomed to.


The Israeli military, security services and police maintain an intense regime of surveillance, physical violence on people, and destruction of Palestinian homes and properties in all of the areas under Israeli control, including against Palestinian citizens of Israel.


This violence and destruction is made possible by Israel’s trade in arms with dozens of countries, including the UK. On paper, the UK has strict rules and regulations about trading arms with regimes that systematically abuse human rights. In reality, legal loopholes and a lack of scrutiny enable the regular export of military technology and weaponry from the UK to repressive regimes around the world, making the UK government complicit in the abuses and war crimes committed by states such as Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and our focus for this report, Israel.


The deadly trade of arms is facilitated not only by the UK government; UK banks and financial institutions participate in Israel’s

militarised repression by holding shares in companies that sell military technology and weapons to Israel, and by providing and facilitating loans to companies producing such military technology and weapons.

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Indonesia blocks access to Telegram over ‘terrorist propaganda’ concerns



“Loser” terrorists mostly from broken families – former High Court judge ................ha, ha More smoke and mirrors to hide the main banking cabal funders


Donations from British public funding Islamist extremism, govt report finds - more smoke and mirrors


Saudi Arabia funding terrorist-breeding mosques – ex-UK ambassador to Riyadh




UK Government criticised over 'suppressed' extremist report



US troops inside ISIS stronghold Raqqa in Syria – military official




Condemnation as govt bans report into who funds Britain’s extremists


Cozy relationship between Blair govt & Gaddafi regime uncovered in secret files



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The Iranian Foreign Minister has accused Washington’s allies in the Middle East of sponsoring terrorism. Mohammad Javad Zarif was speaking to CNN, commenting on US President Donald Trump’s apparent anti-Iranian policy in the region.

In an exclusive interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, Zarif said Trump’s stance towards Iran, which includes accusations of Tehran sponsoring terrorism, represented a “misplaced and misguided policy.”

“We know where the terrorists are coming from. We know those who attacked the World Trade Center were citizens of which countries in the region – I can tell you none of them came from Iran,” Zarif said.

The FM added that “none of the people who engaged in acts of terrorism since 2001 came from Iran,” pointing out that “most of them came from US allies.”

Out of the 19 terrorists who hijacked planes on September 11, 2001, fifteen were Saudi Arabian citizens, two were from UEA while the rest were Egyptian and a Lebanese.

“Look at ISIS [islamic State, IS], look at Nusra [Al-Nusra Front terrorist group], look at Al-Qaeda, look at other terrorist organizations… none of them have anything to do with Iran and all of them receive not only their ideology but their financial assistance, their weapons, their arms from others who call themselves US allies,” Zarif said.

Trump has branded Iran the main sponsor of terrorism during his US presidential campaign.



I wonder if Fareed Z. is capable of learning anything from these interviews?

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Boris Johnson wishes he could tweet like Donald Trump

Published time: 6 Jul, 2017 15:44 Edited time: 7 Jul, 2017 10:03
© Reuters / AFP
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has praised Donald Trump for capturing the world’s imagination with his informal style.

Speaking during an interview on the BBC Radio 4’s ‘Today’ show, Johnson admitted he envies the US president for being able to freely tweet his opinions and regrets not being able to do the same.

Trump has faced criticism for his unconventional use of the social media platform, especially following a volley of insults and accusations against journalists and politicians, including former US President Barack Obama, who he accused of wire-tapping his phones.

“Donald Trump’s approach to politics has been something that has gripped the imagination of people around the world,” said Johnson.

“He has engaged people in politics in a way that we haven’t seen for a long time, with his tweets and all the rest of it.

“I certainly wouldn’t be allowed to tweet in the way that he does, much as I might like to.

“I’m seeing my Foreign Office minders looking extremely apprehensive here.” (Cabal minders)



Windy hair does not a Tweet star make

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Russia-US missile treaty should be bypassed by helping allies make nukes – GOP Senator - pushing for a new arms race to support the military industrial complex





MPs demand truth on hidden costs of £150bn F-35 warplane deal - How money is siphoned to black projects

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Watch "Why is the Queen Funding The Clinton Crime Syndicate? Wet Works... Eugenics... Or Both?"






Britain wanted to threaten Saddam’s Iraq with chemical weapons




Britain tried to free Hitler’s first deputy from Spandau imprisonment


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A form of terrorism


100 companies produce 71% of global emissions - report - (And 300 families control 90% of the wealth)




Too much concentration!


How many of these are part of ((( the tribe ))) ?

What laws were broken to make these fortunes?

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