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Brexit: The Movie

Brexit: The Movie lays bare the nature of the European Union - and shows why millions of Brits are voting to leave it.

Brexit: The Movie blows apart the pro-EU propaganda, and makes the case for an independent, confident and outward-looking Britain.

Brexit: The Movie is a feature-length documentary film to inspire as many people as possible to vote to LEAVE the EU in the June 23rd referendum.

Brexit: The Movie spells out the danger of staying part of the EU. Is it safe to give a remote government beyond our control the power to make laws? Is it safe to tie ourselves to countries which are close to financial ruin, drifting towards scary political extremism, and suffering long-term, self-inflicted economic decline?

Brexit: The Movie shows a side of the EU they don't want us to see: the sprawling self-serving bureaucracy, the political cynicism, the lack of accountability, the perks, the waste, the cronyism, the corruption.

Brexit: The Movie cuts through the…

Beijing Goes Mobile in the South China Sea

By Pepe Escobar

Not a day goes by without some sort of turmoil in the South China Sea. Let’s cut to the chase: war is not about to break out.
In a nutshell, the non-stop drama, as ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) diplomats told me, is all about “escalation-management protocols.” Translation: how to prevent any unilateral outburst that could be interpreted as warlike.

Compounding the problem is that ASEAN can’t seem to manage its own internal protocols. This past Tuesday offered a graphic illustration, after a special ASEAN-China Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Yuxi. First ASEAN issued a communiqué. Then it retracted it. As much as that reflects internal dissent among the 10 nation group, it also happens to puncture the Pentagon myth of China’s “isolation”.

Meanwhile, a D-Day is approaching; the ruling, by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, on a territorial dispute brought by the Philippines in 2013. The ruling should come by late July or early August. Even if – a…

True Reason for Kerry's Warning to Russia, Assad Over Syria Truce

By Sputnik

As President Obama nears the end of his second term, his administration's patience over the Syrian state of affairs is running out: indeed, a five-year war has not resulted in ousting Syria’s legitimate president Bashar al-Assad.

On Wednesday US Secretary of State John Kerry "warned" Damascus and Moscow that Washington's "patience was not infinite," while commenting on ceasefire violations in Syria.

"Russia needs to understand that our patience is not infinite, in fact it is very limited with whether or not Assad is going to be held accountable," Kerry told reporters after meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Oslo, Norway.

In his interview with Press TV James Jatras, a former US Senate foreign policy analyst, dubbed Kerry's remark as a "very mixed message."

"It is unclear what Secretary Kerry means about either holding Russia or the opposition groups accountable for violating the ceasefire. We know…

Iraqi Forces Retake Most of Fallujah, Pressing on ISIS Terrorists

Iraqi Forces Pressing on ISIL (ISIS ,IS, Daesh and Islamic State) Terrorists in Fallujah. Iraqi security forces, with the assistance of the Popular Forces, successfully took over ISIL territories in the center of Fallujah city.

Also Iraqi army reach the iconic Khulafah Mosque in central Fallujah .After Iraqi Army reches to center of Fallujah, Haider al-Abadi Iraqi PM says “Fallujah has returned to the nation and Mosul is next. Daesh will be defeated”

At Least 10 Killed in Central Africa Attack: Security Source

At least 10 people have been killed in northwest Central African Republic in an attack blamed by local security officials on the mainly Muslim Seleka militia and armed Fulani people.

“At least 10 people died and several others were hurt by armed Fulanis and members of the former Seleka during an attack in the Ngaoundaye region in the northwest,” an officer from the gendarmerie security force told AFP on condition of anonymity.