May 2017 Bulletin

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Manchester Concert Bombing

The aftermath of the Manchester concert attack.

On 22nd May 2017, the lives of 22 people were savagely taken, and over 60 were maimed and injured when an Islamist bomb was detonated at a packed concert venue in Manchester.

Among the dead and injured were a number of children, some as young as 8 – Think about that for a second: Innocent, unsuspecting children were out to enjoy a concert, which should be a safe place in a civilised society, have had their lives brutally taken from them.

We have failed to protect our children from a threat which could have so easily been neutralised, if people would stand up against the perpetrators and the government’s apparent will to destroy us.

We’ve been here before. This type of incident has happened more than once, and the government, rather than acting against the perpetrators, protect them from criticism and retaliation- while the perpetrators continue to insult and mock their host nation and rape and murder its inhabitants.

Liberals often use something known as the ‘current year’ argument. They use the current year as some kind of unwritten deadline, by which time something they disagree with should have stopped happening.

With that said – It’s 2017: We need to stop Islamist terror attacks from happening in Britain. We need to stop the government from lying to us for the purpose of protecting the perpetrators.

We must hold those responsible to account, including those who facilitated this atrocity by importing terrorists wholesale.

Our thoughts and prayers are with those who lost their lives, were injured, and their families who have had their worlds shattered by this vile Islamist attack.

July 2016 Bulletin

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Millfield Mosque Update.

The much-disputed Millfield  mosque, in Sunderland,  is becoming quite an eyesore.  This hideous, unnecessarily expansive facility, has a larger capacity than  the practising Muslim population in the area needs. The establishment clearly has plans to flood Sunderland with even more Muslims, since they have allowed such an enormous building to be developed, in preparation for the expected  increase in numbers.  This should be a wake-up call to anyone concerned about the future of their families.

Not only is this unwanted monstrosity being built against the wishes of the people of Millfield. It is reported that planning permission was not granted for the enormous dome, in the centre of the structure. This is an illegal structure.

 

Brexit – The Peoples’ Revolution

Beginning of the end of the EU?

Shockwaves are running through the City, Brussels and the wider world after the UK electorate gave their support to leaving the European Union.

51.9 % voted for leaving the EU.
48.1% voted for remaining in the EU.
The turnout was an astonishing 72.2%

The results show how divided the UK is. Scotland and Northern Ireland voted overwhelmingly for remaining possibly igniting a constitutional crisis and demands for independence referenda in those two nations.

England itself was also divided, rural counties and areas where the native population is still the majority voted to leave; areas where large numbers of migrants have settled voted to stay. London in particular appears an island of stayers in an ocean of southern England made up of leavers.

What next?

The answer is no one knows, even the most ardent enthusiasts for leaving never quite expected this outcome, fearing some kind of gerrymandering and vote-rigging by the British Establishment. It will take time for the dust to settle and an exit plan drawn up.

Across the wider EU the result will galvanise those nationalist and pro-independence movements into calling for their own referenda on EU membership.

Could the people’s revolution in the UK really be the beginning of the end of the EU Empire?