Any political discussions not directly related to Canada.
Feb 29th, 2008
Here's a proposal. How bout each country in the EU agree to take in 1/2 of 1% of their population per year for two years, and encourage non-EU countries to do the same? That'd take care of at least 3.5 million over two years.
10 hours ago by Serryah
Brexit 2019: the Good, Bad and could-turn-Ugly options
Nobody knows what might happen with Brexit next week. So all forecasts for 2019 should be taken with a kilo of salt (if the Remainiac survivalists havent stockpiled all of the white stuff already). That said, here are three possible outcomes anyway: a...
Well, we do discussion about the EU
Speaking of the future in view. It was about the economic part that was really successful if the whole EU voted yes to a common state union. In my section and the whole point of view has been a capitalist union when neoliberalism is great today. Perhaps...
Cancer of Terrorism hits New Zealand
New Zealand mosque attack death toll increases to 50 Caring thoughts to all New Zealanders. You are family. Will not presume the pain , grief and...
(by Ocean Breeze)
That India-Pakistan thing
India claims airstrikes on Pakistan 'terror camps' across disputed Kashmir border
Immigration to EU will to end
Every Christians of Europe pray to politicians to stop immigration from military conflicts zone to not help muslims over our border of the EU and you did thought????????????? !!!! Migrants wants crime of Europe.
Young people, rise up - for Brexit!
19-year-old Steven Edginton says young people need to rise up for Brexit and join the March to Leave from Sunderland to London from 16th to 29th March... Young...
1 week ago by Hoid
Australia Must Protect Itself From Home-Grown Terror
Australia Must Protect Itself From Home-Grown Terror The anti-terror laws proposed by the Howard government, have brought in their wake the civil libertarians' nightmares that these laws will destroy civil liberties, freedom of speech and assembly, and...
That Pesky North Korea Issue
North Korea making missile-ready nuclear weapons, U.S. analysts say Now that Kim is feeling cornered..... he might behave even more erratically than usual. Kim is very...
(by Ocean Breeze)
Why is Canada so soft?
This whole Huawei thing however it turns out with Mcacallum looking all weak and stuff really shows me how weak we look internationally. We hold this one lady due to an international incident and China goes full retard in its treatment of Canadians in...
1 week ago by MHz
Guessing Game on Next US Supreme Court Candidate
Although I had nothing against Miers since I am a moderate conservative, it appears things now are shaping up nicely for a suitable candidate who all Republicans will be in agreement with. We surely do not want to be divided amungst ourselves. ...
Poll shows support for No Deal Brexit is growing
Support for a no-deal Brexit is growing in the face of the EU's refusal to help salvage Theresa May's deal, according to a new poll. A survey by ComRes found that 44 per cent of the public now believe the UK should leave without a deal if Brussels...
Brexiteer MP and crazy Remainer author have bust-up on live TV
Mark Francois, the Conservative MP for Rayleigh and Wickford and the Deputy Leader of the pro-Brexit ERG, and left-wing author Will Self had a bust-up on the BBC's Politics Live after Self made a disgusting slur against 17,410,742 voters... ...
MPs must not now be allowed to overrule us
The time for kicking the can down the road has come to an end and MPs especially in the governing party have to look over the edge at the train of events that they are going to set off if they dont hold out for No Deal and leaving on 29th...
Uncle Rich's A to Z of remain
An A-Z of Brexit according to Remainers, listing the lexicon of doublespeak and some of the leading runners and riders, in dictionary form. You’ll find the real meaning of each expression in italics . . . ...
Deal or no deal, hereís why Brexit cannot be stopped
The UK political commentariat are a lazy bunch. Brexit is one of their biggest topics in decades a bonanza that any amateur can pitch in on yet remarkably few have got to grips with the key texts. If they had, they would realise Brexit is at...
Theresa Mayís bung shows she still doesnít understand Brexit
In pro-Remain circles, there is an obsession with the economic dimension of Brexit. What will it do to jobs? The amount of time lorries have to wait at Dover? Will we have to pay 7 to visit Europe post-Brexit? What about data-roaming charges when were...
2 weeks ago by MHz
Facts Matter: Cameron‚s Claim on Moderate Syrian Rebels Comes Up Short World Powers to Push for Lifting Sieges in Syria ‚ Naharnet
Trump administration slaps tariffs on $50B US of China imports China is retaliating....dollar for dollar. Trump administration slaps tariffs on $50B US of China imports | CBC News Meanwhile CDA , the EU seem unified in their retaliation...
(by Ocean Breeze)
Peopleís Vote campaigners know theyíre championing a lost cause
Although they may not admit it when pressed on Sky News or the BBC, those proposing a Peoples Vote are not oblivious to the risks attached. The likes of Umunna, Soubry et al. know that the idea that the elite failed to implement the verdict of 2016 would...
3 weeks ago by MHz
Cocaine production for the CIA
Bolivian President Slams US Aid Supplies to Venezuela as Double Standards MONTEVIDEO (Sputnik) - The United States is demonstrating double standards toward Venezuela, by...