Welcome to Nazi Britain

Welcome to Nazi Britain

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Over the last five years, Nationalist Nazi David Cameron attempted to rule with an Iron Fist over the United Kingdom.

After using almost all policies transparent to Nazi war criminal Adolf Hitler, 70 years on from the liberation of Nazi Germany, the United Kingdom elected Cameron to totalitarian rule once more.

Failing to secure a majority five years ago, Cameron this time secures a slim majority barely past the required mark of 326 seats to form a parliament. Cameron received this due to offering bribes on everything in every sector to con electorate members unsure of the fear of economic collapse and genocidal tendencies with the welfare state.

Using his levels of propaganda in the state media with personal attacks, lies, editorial disposition for public endorsement which should see those implementing fired, bolstered a scaremongering surge to convince voters through fear.

Since 2010 with vile and evil benefit cuts, and increases, many suicides have risen across Britain under Cameron’s genocide akin to the Nazi gas chamber executions of Jews, Gay people and non-Ayrian race ‘blue eye, blonde hair’ requirements.

The man who made his fortunes from a wealthy father and a high level of slavery profits, continues to use The Queen and Nationalism to continue his dictatorship.

The so called Christian, who has committed genocide, thrown people out of their homes through taxation and made them homeless in scores and food poverty with the increase of food banks has severely questioned those faux values he claims.

Cameron had also allowed secret plans to make law for 3 people to create a freakshow child in a petri-dish with three parents.

Many are calling for electoral reform after the current system is broken and a huge section of the public choose not to vote for lacking belief of the politicians creating their own laws to rule over any disagreement in the UK.

Since 2010 the Conservatives have secretly changed multiple laws unfairly to their way of thinking and entrap any law abiding citizen who does not agree with their values. Their inability to conform to a new market, including the online world, demonised as evil because they cannot monetise from it, have tried to change everything to their biased way in totalitarian structure defaming Britain as a whole.

With multiple lies and Australian script writers for his speeches guiding him along has seen Cameron lose intense credibility.

While disgusted at the change in democratic values, former co-alition partner Nick Clegg tendered his resignation, but kept his seat among just 8 Liberal Democrats from 57, taking a wipeout in the polls. Labour leader Ed Miliband also abdicated his position in a charismatic speech, also congratulating Cameron. Miliband remains in his seat. A third leader, in a shock triple resignation of party leaders saw Nigel Farage of UKIP, who failed to win a seat, resigned.

Many UK citizens plan to leave the country to overseas nations and contribute to their economies instead.

Other’s feel unrepresented and fear cuts for being poor through no fault of their own after David Cameron is said to be ‘out of touch’ with how people really live.

Cameron who views the world on PR trips to Africa holding starving black babies, believes that this is poverty and that the UK has none. The economy, which fixes itself, has grown a tad but the Conservatives stole the credit for being in sitting office at the time. Their projections of borrowing, spending and foreign aid has soared in billions and trillions.

It has also cost billions to introduce a system to throw off benefit claimants of a measly £70 every two weeks, funded by the taxpayer and secretly kept from the public announcements, crippling democratic process.

Throughout the campaign, Cameron avoided all debates, bar one, dictated rules and what questions he will ask and has cheated the system, to which The Queen should have dealt with and vetoed Cameron on the democratic process. She failed to do so and is the COUSIN of David Cameron. Many UK citizens believe she has let the country down by failing to interject in a ‘one-off’ rules of voting where she has done nothing for her country in her final years.

After 70 years of culling the Nazi regime, to restart one again, is not only shambolic but a disgrace to how far we have come in modern years.

While no-one wants to admit it, (who does?) allowing the festering problem to grow is an outrage that allows the rich to destroy the public with a modern Gestapo and police state with a totalitarian rule which cannot credibly claim honour among, literal, thieves. All for a few pennies to the poorest people who need a hand, which is what the welfare state is for. The rich fat cats who blame poor, sick and disabled people for trying to live lives in a problematic situation through no fault of their own is shambolic.

With no support, Cameron’s out of touch assumption that people are at home all day not doing anything and “scrounging” off the state with a nasty witch-hunt on the poor has been abhorrent and morally wrong.

Yet he has not sanctioned any in his constituency nor working tax credits where workers are getting more benefits that unemployed people.

Cameron has also initiated unfair apprenticeship schemes which don’t pay, do not secure work after a trial and has no career prospects. If any are failed to be taken after they impose them on you, with menial job options of no future, they will penalise you unfairly. 1% of benefit claimants were said to be wrongly claiming, which were weeded out from 2010 -2011, yet the Tories still abused the system. They employed companies and self friends to profit from the trade deals of hosting providers and also duplicated the same job advert 10 – 50 times, meaning those jobs did not exist.

With no support, abusive government and plans to attack the poor continually, will cripple the United Kingdom socially and lead to social unrest.

If Cameron had any sense to try and hold a legitimate run as PM then he needs to drop the benefits culls and support fairness in society. Lacking this, Cameron will face extraordinary national unrest everywhere, no matter what biased laws are put into place.

With another absurd pledge of £12bn to the NHS which is not available and offering a £2bn cut to welfare now increased to £12bn is not possible to make the fantasy projections. With only £2bn at the most in welfare, £10bn must come from elsewhere.

The cost of living crisis and the cuts to welfare forcing people into suicidal genocide from Cameron has continued to make the rich richer and the poor poorer. With no wage and forcing people into work that doesn’t pay, has no wage to match the living crisis and cuts to income unable to survive two weeks for the next payment, Cameron is treading a fine line to political death as much as the country itself.

Launching the Snooper’s Charter to spy on citizens continues the stark reality of a disgrace on the commemorations on the 70 year VE Day liberation to continue the totalitarian state.

Rushing into legislation and personal policies of no value, Cameron has got the biggest task on his hands. How to create the fairness he so preaches, when attempting to penalise everyone instead. He needs to seriously figure out a new perspective if he ever wants to stand tall with the public. A few votes and surrounded by a Westminster bubble of yes men won’t add any focus to Mr Cameron and his lacklustre policies or campaign.

Time to get your act together.

One has joined Twitter. Queen Liz II joins social network via PR team

PR numpties tell the Queen, join the Twitter revolution!

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Lunatics at Royal PR HQ, called BritishMonarchy, or wherever they are, who will be typing the majority tweets with a PR team, are trying to seem genuine with Royal-Common peasantry communications.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of Windsor has officially sent her first tweet on the social networking platform.

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The tweet, set up by British Monarchy, a PR team, was sent by Her Royal Highness during a visit to open a new exhibition at the Science Museum in London.

Citizens flocked to the royal on Twitter asking such requests as – “who are you loving on XFactor” , “Tweet us a selfie, babe” and a cat meme from the purring aristocrat.

Though one account was somewhat miffed. Parody account @Queen_UK, who has for years provided humouress commentary, all in good taste, wrote below, “can’t believe someone’s started a sodding parody account.”

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She has also followed grandson Prince Harry and Duke of York, Andrew both who have joined years ago.

HRH Liz’s tweet said “It is a pleasure to open the Information Age Exhibition today at the @ScienceMuseum and I hope people will enjoy visiting. Elizabeth R.”

The Queen quietly joined Facebook in 2010.

Her cousin David Cameron, who vowed never to join both online networks, joined in 2012.

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Debate: Is Oscar Pistorius Guilty?

The Trial of Oscar Pistorius.

A sexed up Reality TV drama?

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After a heavy trial and public display, Oscar Pistorius’ trial has simmered down, for now, with the public eye. There is however one question everyone wishes to know. Is Oscar Pistorius guilty for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp?

Whilst I am no professional in the field of court judge as many others, (which we also respect) we do see further into a situation than many others cannot see. Everyone wants to see the public details on offer to play public detective in this new guessing game, which also undermines the trial and the judicial system in part to the likening of celebritism. Pistorius is not guilty. Whether you like or hate him for his gun culture, attitude of carelessness and seen to be uncaring nature when articulating himself, the state have problems. They have a deceased body on their hands. That’s a fact. Pistorius killed her. That’s a fact. However, it is insanely immoral to prosecute someone, or anyone, for that matter simply because you need a fall guy. Throwing the book at him because the public are watching and the state of South Africa feels it needs to show the judicial system works by sending someone down is rather convoluted.

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Pistorius may have a tough past and horrible gun culture experience, but you cannot go after someone for a public display of fear-mongering, either. He can hope to educate himself better on his use of firearms, like others in society should.

Let’s look a little deeper. While his mind may not work like the rest of us logical thinkers, many faced with intrusion do not have time to be rational. Pistorius, a cripple with artificial legs hears a noise in the middle of the night that wakes him. He’s in bed with no legs. He thinks his girlfriend is next to him. He doesn’t have enough time to get up and shoo a suspected burglar at close proximity away. He has limited time to act, especially for a legless human with impaired movement. He has to get his legs on to move, including fixing them on. It is not rocket science and is a very easy case to attack for a prosecution.

Let’s be clear. We are not the law. We are not supporters of Pistorius. We are not supporters of Reeva either. We tell it how it is because the world cannot seem to understand how it works without a muddled confliction. Though public opinion and media reports often distorted should not be looked upon to make a agreeable decision. This is a serious case. Someone could go down for a murder. It is crucial to obtain the correct result than to get any one for a public on-look. It is very saddening that this happened, and should be a sign to anyone in similar thought positions of burglars to think differently before acting, even if it is limited. Though in certain situations a victim of robbery needs to be allowed self-defence.

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The Hollywood glamour of a public trial is debatable for Open Justice as whether it advances or desabilises court proceedings. While Open Justice is fundamental to democracy and needed, is this case sexed up for media thrill more than its intentions over a hunky, Olympic Paralympian record breaker and his hot model girlfriend?

Our condolences are with the Steenkamp family, but trying to get someone to justify her death would actually be a sham. If anything, Pistorius could be found guilty of manslaughter or recklessness etc. As for murder, which we must get the ruling of very clear, it is strongly believed this did not occur. He shot her accidentally with a moment of confusion. A heightened experience awakening from a deep sleep to hear noises among you whilst with limited bodily capabilities multiples the distress in such a short time of realisation.

This itself would also be a perfect time for others to consider their relationships to firearms with a level of justification than a grab and shot persepctive, including the law upholders most recently with police forces. Unthoughtful reaction time and reliance on weaponry as a tool of availability is what can often cause multiple distress. Whilst it wont change tomorrow, putting the weapon away for a least a while will no doubt move forward a move constructive approach to humanity and establish a moral high ground which can be respected.

Should we continue on this path, it will be one step closer to defining a relationship of autonomous values with independent thought that changes postiion in society, which will does not sound appreciative, will give higher power as a state citizen. These decisions will be come respected by all and are likely to build together communities even further rather than separating them entirely. This allows publics to have a say, be respected and communicate in rational conversation which may be referred to as a defining change in national perceptions.

 

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MH17 destroyed. What are the details?

Malaysian aircraft destroyed killing hundreds of innocent victims over Ukraine airspace.

Are Russia to blame?

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By now the world has all heard of the shocking events that took place on Thursday involving airline flight MH17. The airliner, which was shot out of the sky, crashed and killed all 298 people on board. The crash site landed over Eastern Ukraine, in the midst of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. Many forces believe that pro-Russian separatists were to blame for the downing of the aircraft, murdering its crew. The flight was on course from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. The majority of citizens on board were Dutch. One was dual American. The others include 43 Malaysians (including 15 crew), 27 Australians, 12 Indonesians and 10 Britons (including one with dual South African nationality), four Germans, four Belgians, three from the Philippines, and one each from Canada and New Zealand.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has denied being at fault nor any involvement with Russia and added Ukraine “bears responsibility” for the crash. The Ukrainian government claim the pro-Russian rebels removed 38 bodies from the crash site leading to calls of cover ups.

The separatists were also accused of stealing luggage from the deceased crash victims. They also took the black box recorder and said it was “on its way to Moscow.” Why Moscow are receiving the box as well as amid fears of evidence tampering casts a dangerous light on Russia and its interactions with the world in these conflicting times.

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The plane had also been carrying a UN worker and officials specialising in the AIDS health problem which casts another shadow over Russia with their recent abuses to gay citizens and assumption all gay men carry the predicament.

Ukrainian officials called it “an act of terrorism” and calls for Europe to renew its position with Russia has been mentioned.

It is believed the separatists had significant technology to shoot down the plane traced back to exclusive Russian military systems.

President Obama instantly called President Putin to discuss the situation briefly.

Whilst Putin may choose to deny the issues at hand, and in the case with the benefit of the doubt, if Russia is at fault, it needs to take responsibility rather than deny everything said towards the nation as a general routine.

Putin has had months of time to de-escalate the Ukrainian crisis and why this still continues is amazing to all among the world. Putin can call off the rebels at any time and should do so.

If this is a ‘Cold War resurgence’ of recapturing all the previous countries that sought independence from Russia should be left alone and respected. Building relationships with them as communicate countries is what is needed, not to use methods of fear to scare the world or neighbouring countries. This will only ever make Russia and Putin look weak, something they think responsibility would do instead.

What President Putin fails to understand is that any actions from pro-Russian separatists directly affect Russia and its influence on them. Reports claim the separatists were trained by Russian troops and are being used to conduct the fighting in Ukraine to directly shift full Russian blame.

The evening following the crash, on Friday, totalitarian dictator David Cameron was enjoying himself in London’s glitzy West End at the theatre watching the play Warhorse. He was said to have been informed of the on-going details.

Amid such world crisis Cameron watches theatre plays instead on night out.

Amid such world crisis David Cameron watches theatre plays instead on night out.

Russia had also been accused of using propagandist methods on its television news station Russia Today, which used to be independent, now said to be influenced by the Kremlin instead. One journalist quit the station over its treatment of the news story.

Pro-Russian separatists claim the Ukrainian forces took down the aircraft.

Inspectors are at the crash site whilst over help to give the deceased as dignified a death as possible are helping retrieve the bodies.

In recent months Malaysia and its airlines have been dogged with trauma after previous flight MH370 crashed off the coast of Australia. The flight remains an unsolved mystery. Its black box flight recorder has not been located and is feared to have lost all its data.

Vladimir Putin’s real life game of Risk is a major one indeed. Putin needs to understand that he does not have to accept the world’s decisions on everything, however the communist state must be able to communicate with the rest of the world despite certain country principals involving democracy and such others. If Putin can show he is a world leader that can effectively stand tall with other nations than impose on them, then he will be respected and considered when making suggestive influence on decisions of the world. Currently, Putin has no trust, respect and effectively with the world, which it spent over forty plus and even centuries to rebuild a communicative platform. Whatever the case, Putin needs to think and act accordingly that will change course in a fair and concise manner that allows everyone to live their lives their way, including Russians. Running around with weaponry only makes a country look weaker by the day, especially if it can stop the fighting at the click of its fingers.

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Nil Points? The Eurovision Song Contest 2014

It’s May and the up and coming extravaganza that is the Eurovision song contest is fastly approaching. Previous years have seen the United Kingdom suffer at the hands of a controlling Europe in the very contest. A Europe that has neglected one of the big 5 and a heavy country who supports the European spectrum fruitfully when in need. Often treated badly and used as a measure of discontent through the political field of the song contest itself, are Europe actually casting away one of its biggest achievements and success stories to the strength of the contest?

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We are all fully aware the contest is anything but based on musical talent. The UK does vote on its song entries alone. The national parade to protect neighbouring borders is actually damaging trade, economic or stable relations with other countries.

In the case of the United Kingdom, many countries have often politically tried to damage the UK reputation through Eurovision. The now laughable contest is something that has lost all respect by everyone in it and has no actual basis for developing healthy relations to other countries as intended. The UK are often on Nil Points or barely make it past 100 points to double figures. This political statement that Europe never tire of, is actually becoming quite tedious and predictable now. At least you could do it in a more cleverly planned construction to seem less rigged.

2013 winner for Denmark, Emillie de Forest.

2013 winner for Denmark, Emmelie de Forest.

Regardless of this, Europe have often forgotten that it is the UK who have helped support nations in need. Greece, Ireland and others have needed financial support at the highest of level to which the UK has been one of the strongest donators. With the two latter, the UK has given huge bailouts in the banking crisis of the EU monetary fund. Yet, there have never been any, let alone 8, 10 or 12 points returned. If Europe continues to forget this, it should remember, any of their countries can crash at any time. The UK will always be one of the first to help bail you out. Don’t forget or take this for granted, because this is one of many reasons forcing the UK to begin politically abandoning the EU.

With an EU referendum approaching the UK and a chance to leave Europe looking debatably positive in certain areas, Europe could lose one of its biggest contributors. Losing the UK’s financial backing despite upset towards the nation would not be healthy.

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We also donate tons of international aid, food, and support to ‘developing countries’ to tide them over. It is about time to forget neglecting your sources of income, support and propped up stability or else you will soon wallow in your debts. This isn’t being nasty, let us clarify. This is common sense and you have to work with wealthy nations to support you even if you dislike them. The job of a politician is to diplomatically interact with other nations and show signs of grace, good nature or gratitude to keep two disagreeing areas of the world in tact. No. We do not endorse the UK Conservatives often classed as the “Nasty Party” for further clarification. Though the contest is political in voting, we are not their political support system.

Let us not forget the UK has won the contest a number of times. With five wins, just like Sweden, in different decades, it would be a very supportive sign of gratitude to re-establish voting communications. You cannot simply erase history of the contest even if you desire it so. The UK is also one of the big 4 now 5 as high contributors to the EBU with France, Germany, Spain and the 2011 return of Italy.

Yes, the UK have, on occasion put in a couple of horrible entries and deserved low points. We accept that. But doing so constantly is not beneficial. Plus most of the countries that have won were just as bad sometimes, along with high scorers that could not be understood through shrieking and the like.

1997 UK winners, Katrina and the Waves.

1997 UK winners, Katrina and the Waves.

Don’t judge us on David Cameron and his nasty values. The UK itself is a supportive nation with aid, finance, donations and with asylum and immigration.

This year needs to show a turn around in the way Europe ‘play’s ball’ with its processes.

The UK has been deserving enough of a win, possibly even two. Maybe Europe can show their charismatic and caring nature for the ‘love of Eurovision’ ideology and gracefully reward so. With strong enough entries to gain a conceivable win, Europe can follow suit and look less abusive.

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Maybe a 2016 or 2017 win would be a measure to stop the ill feeling and bring nations further together. Or 2018 if we, hopefully, and I believe most likely, to remain in the EU. Signs of good faith can only help support this and in the run up to the show voting, the numbers and significance should increase to show positive change.

Over the years, the UK has helped support many in a number of ways. France, Germany, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Ukraine, Hungary, Malta, Turkey, Poland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Bosnia, Macedonia, Ireland, San Marino, Greece, Switzerland, Croatia, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria and even Russia. That’s a big bag of votes already. And don’t be giving us the pathetic and measly 1, 2 or 3 votes, either. We’re talking in the 4s up to 7s at least.

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The most points the UK has given as its top 5 is to Ireland with a record 240. Second is Sweden, third Germany, fourth Switzerland and fifth Denmark. So a contribution returned over consistent years from all is also welcomed.

Cyprus, Poland, Georgia, Israel, Latvia, Monaco and Portugal have also benefited from points or tourist support. We have been strong supporters of a lot of countries on paper, so the votes reflecting good communications would re-establish that faith. We would appreciate such kind gestures.

Austria, Belgium and France have given the most as have Ireland and Switzerland, but lately those numbers have decreased in value so please re-distribute higher up the scale, if you don’t mind.

Lithuania’s Donny Montell was also another favourite we liked highly.

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Turkey was one of the countries who left due reasons which included the big four/five. It is upsetting that this happened, as we in Britain have strong connections with Turkey, residents, tourism in both countries and always give high points to them. If they do return it would be a good way to re-establish communication. As for the big five, they have earned their place regardless of the voting and we cannot be upset with them for this. This also stabilises connections with all of Europe, even those not involved in the five.

Despite the conflict from Russia and Ukraine, points from both would be respected. From Russia’s perspective, we have praised Putin and the Federation quite some time ago over its handling of World Affairs including Edward Snowden with a positive and honest stance of reporting. We would welcome your support at Eurovision. Thank You.

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Borgen star, Nikolaj Koppel (centre) will help the hosting festivities in Copenhagen. A good choice.

Let’s not allow political interference to completely mar the show or the contest. Let’s remember to try and have fun for everyone, as much as possible and recognise the connection it brings for Europe as first established upon its beginning. We don’t have to fully like every countries policies or ways of living, but at least we can show a bond of unity at the contest and gracefully smile and nod and accept everyone for their participation in a charismatic way. If this fails, then no-one will ever get ‘their way’ at Eurovision, which is also not what the contest was about. It is impossible to win numerous times with a level of countries involved being so immense. Only one can win.

We cannot fully change the political involvement of voting, but we can put aside ideals and contain communications on a stable level which is what the Eurovision Contest has become in the understanding of other countries. Keeping relations smooth, there is high chance it will turn around a country or countries opinion on a world wide level as well. That can only ever be a good win to take away from Eurovision itself.

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Tory woman deports daughter on Mother’s Day

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Today, Tory MP and Home Office Secretary Theresa May issued a warrant to Yashika Bageerathi,19 to be deported from the United Kingdom. The demands to vacate the country or be “forcibly removed” came into effect on Sunday 30th March 2014.

The Tory MP, which is the common name for a Conservative party politician in the UK, claimed the Mauritian mathematician leave the country. Yashika must leave without her parents who are allowed to remain in the UK. The daughter received a place at Queen Mary’s University to continue her educational work, gaining flying grades in Mathematical qualifications.

The shadow immigration minister urged for a hasty review into the case where Yashika’s deportation comes into effect on Tuesday. On Saturday, over one hundred people held a demonstration in Westminster, at the Home Office, in support of Yashika including friends from her eduction establishments. She fled to the UK seeking refuge after claiming threats of domestic violence in her home country, involving drugs and an attempt at sexual assault. Yashika who added she was “extremely frightened” was held in a detention centre in Yarl’s Wood for 42 days in December and resent again last Wednesday.

She will be treated as a separate case from her family, including brother and sister, as she is a consenting adult at the legal age of 18. One spokesman for the Home Office said “The UK has a proud history of granting asylum to those who need it and we consider every application on its individual merits. We do not routinely comment on individual cases.”

In order for government and the Home Office to consider cases you must lodge a petition. Then you require 100,000 signatures to be considered to be listened to. Majority cases are then said to be thrown out anyway if those in charge dislike the political heat of a campaign or subject matter involved to their personal policies. Yashika’s campaign, launched by her school peers grew from 17,000 on Monday to 130,000 today. May is married with no children.

You can find details and sign the petition at – https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/the-rt-hon-theresa-may-mp-home-secretary-fightforyashika-stop-this-sixth-form-student-being-deported-alone-she-deserves-a-future.

Campaigners are also using the Twitter hashtags -#SaveYashika and #FightForYashika .

She was due to catch a flight yesterday afternoon but managed to stay after British Airways refused to let her on board.

Yashika claims the people threatening her in her home country know her and she has been receiving calculating death threats. If the airline did not refuse her access, Yashika would have returned by now to a hostile situation.

Britain is usually a helpful nation that claims it does not send anyone back into hostile territory in any circumstance involving abuse of any kind in any sector, not just immigration. Since the Conservative government took office, four years ago, huge numbers have been said to change that ideal.

Earlier last year May implemented the controversial ‘Go Home vans.’ This was an attempt at kerbing immigration in the UK by adding posters on sandwich boards on vans travelling around London. They read ‘Go Home’ informing that migrants must leave the country to persuade them to leave wilfully and decrease immigration numbers. After receiving backlashes of being racist and political fanaticism, the Tory MP added they would not be rolled out through the country, which was scheduled at a later date.

May has also been involved in many bungled scandals in her four years as Home Office Secretary, including the Abu Qatada deportation costing taxpayers millions not to and then deporting him, failing to listen to and support campaigns for female genital mutilation, the David Miranda abuse, deporting a lesbian, Jackie Nanyonjo to Uganda, to be killed, Hilal Al Jedda, Abbas Yazdi, asperger’s and mentally ill hunger strike patients suffering pain and Richard O’Dwyer, a man who launched a TV streaming site online. Over 70% disagreed with May’s actions in the O’Dwyer case.

The Metropolitan police described May as “the only woman in the Conservative Party” to which May and Tories took high offence.

In mid 2013, May said Human Rights “must be scrapped.” In 2010 she held the position of Minister for Women and Equalities. She was reshuffled to Home Office secretary in late 2012. Mother’s Day in the UK falls on Sunday March 30th 2014.

 

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The Crimean Crisis

After yesterday’s shocking events in the Crimean crisis in which a Ukrainian soldier was killed and another fatally injured by Russian protesters the situation is developing at a rapidly catastrophic rate.

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Hours after signing a treaty to annex Crimea into Russian borders based on reports of 60% of Russian citizens populating the country, and after Sunday’s referendum, the gunfire occurred on Tuesday.

Though Russian President Vladimir Putin will not simply hand Crimea back, he should smooth over relations and ease tensions with Ukrainian’s and Russian protesters. After many see this as an act of Putin rallying Russians to do the work for him, Russia and all its resources are isolating itself from the rest of the world.

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With condemnation from the United States, Great Britain and Europe with the EU officials also Putin must be prepared to accept reprimands. In order to avoid this Putin could make ‘good gestures’ though handing back Crimea is unlikely. For Putin, many say he is worried about his look to people as a strong leader. For Putin isolation from the rest of the world since building communication with the west and Europe strongly over years past, is something unwelcomed by all. Everyone wants to have strong and fair dialogue with Russia but such actions are going to cause separation. No one wants a war of any kind, including Russia. After building strong communications with all, Russia must repair this bond and again, accept sanctions of some kind.

If Russia can offer an alternative, this could ease a few tensions, even if the upset is too deeply broken. If Russia plans on ‘turning off its taps’ to Europe with gas supplies, this would also be another huge mistake. Europe are a collective whole. They are as one. In times of strife if the gas is cut off, they will be forced to band together to find a new supply. This means Russia will become obsolete in terms of energy provider over time. Europe will find a new source of productivity leaving Russia alone once more.

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Russia have since shown no real interest to remain a part of the G8 after discussion of possible removal from the group. Unfortunately for Russia, this is one action that looks likely. Maybe this will give them a chance to reflect upon after the tensions pass on its position with the rest of the world.

We have always been supportive of Russia over handling of the Edward Snowden situation and Syrian conflict intervention. This is a very different matter however. Russia, nor any country, can act this way and expect free reign.

It is key to have Russia’s involvement in world affair’s but the mild ‘invasion’ of troops in Crimea to begin with to put pressure on nervousness in the region was not acceptable under international law, which has been broken.

Despite the signed treaty declaring Crimea to Russia, the region still belongs to the Ukraine. Should Ukraine fall into turmoil with no acting official then it falls to the hands of the United Nations/NATO to decide. The treaty is no Magna Carta. It is not worth the paper it is printed on. If Russia want to rejoin Crimea to the Russian regions it should talk and discuss political issues with its ‘owners’ Ukraine. It has to be done legally and not with short options on the ballot paper.

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The initial reports have also been stated that Catherine the Great declared should Crimea retain Independence once more, the country returns to the province of Turkey. This was stated under the Ottoman law by the Russian Queen Catherine II herself.

As reiterated, Russia need to be a part of world affairs and discussions, but cannot create these actions of tension and expect no repercussions. If an area/country wants St. Petersberg or Moscow one day when they wake up, can they have it because they want it?  For now, at this very moment, Russia’s priority is to ease the tension with gunfire with sincerity for recent actions in diplomatic terms.

 

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