SJ took over from Amber Rudd, another Deutsche bank employee, .... are we starting to see a pattern?
FUCKING CONNECTION TO DEUTSCHE BANK AND EPSTEIN AGAIN, WORLDWIDE POLITICAL INFILTRATION
#7038665 at 2019-07-14 20:23:07 (UTC+1) Q Research General #9006: Status of Limits == Broken, Edition
Night of the Long Knives: Boris May Purge Remainers from Cabinet
Reports suggest that Tory leadership favourite Boris Johnson may purge Remainers opposed to delivering Brexit, deal or no deal, from his Cabinet.
The former Foreign Secretary and two-time Mayor of London is concerned that staunch anti-Brexiteers such as Amber Rudd, who now say they would serve under a Prime Minister Johnson, are only doing so in hopes they will be able to dissuade him from leaving the EU on No Deal terms if the bloc will not agree to a less onerous withdrawal agreement than the one offered to Theresa May.
"[Johnson] knows his top priority is to deliver Brexit by October 31st - or the wheels will come off the bus," a soource described as a "senior ally" told The Sun.
"Over the next few days he needs to pick ministers who are united in their desire to get us over the line come what may. Fail and we're stuck in the road - and Boris is finished."
Johnson is said to be considering sacking Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip 'Remainer Phil' Hammond, who is now openly lobbying against No Deal, as well as business secretary Greg Clark, justice secretary David Gauke, and - perhaps unsupringly - foreign aid secretary Rory Stewart.
These reports come as committed Brexiteers within the party are expressing concerns about Remain voters who now claim they back Brexit being rumoured to be in line for senior Cabinet jobs.
"There needs to a Praetorian Guard - a ring of steel - around Boris so he doesn't fold when faced with Whitehall," a source told The Sun.
"People are worried. There's all this talk of Sajid [Javid] being made Chancellor, Liz [Truss] going into business. They're born again Brexiteers - remember they both voted Remain," they warned.
"Boris needs to remember who's got him here in the first place."
The Brexiteers are said to want key positions for European Research Group (ERG) mainstays such as Steve Baker, the former Brexit minister - but Johnson's difficulty is that a majority of Tory MPs voted Remain, the party already runs a minority administration, and if a significant number of Tory Remainers began voting with anti-Brexit opposition parties on a regular basis his premiership could become untenable.
Farage Vows to 'Replace the British Conservative Party' If Boris Betrays Brexit
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has vowed his Brexit Party will "replace the British Conservative Party" if Boris Johnson betrays Brexit.
Speaking to Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow on his SiriusXM Patriot radio show, Mr Farage traced much of Britain's current problems to the fact that many Brexit campaigners took Theresa May - a Remain voter - at her word when she took over from David Cameron and promised the Leave vote would be respected, even if it meant leaving the European Union without a bilateral agreement, or "deal".
As it turned out, Mrs May broke her promise - issued at least 108 times from the Prime Minister's despatch box in the House of Commons - to take Britain out of the bloc on March 29th 2019, and has delayed Brexit twice, because she could not get a "deal" denounced as a "surrender document" through Parliament and would not, after all, countenance leaving the bloc without one.
Farage warned that the Brexit Party will not make the same mistake if Johnson becomes Prime Minister, as is expected, and will remain active to ensure Brexit voters have someone to turn to if the Tory MP betrays them.
"We know we can't trust the Conservatives, because they're not really conservative... we will not be going home, we will not be going away - but there are circumstances in which some form of electoral pact, some form of accommodation, could be possible," he suggested.
#6891660 at 2019-07-02 00:36:17 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8815: The Grisham Box Out Edition
Left and Right arm of the Cabal manufacturing war
UK-based 'Muslim Scholars' Demand 'Fascist' Israel Returned to Arabs, Want Jerusalem as Caliphate Capital
Twenty-six "Muslim scholars" based in Britain have called for "fascist" Israel to be returned to the Arabs, and expressed their hope that "Jerusalem will be the capital of the Islamic Caliphate when it returns, Allah willing."
5Pillars, which describes itself as "The largest *regulated* Muslim news site in Europe & the Americas" - but has been described by Lead Commissioner for the Commission for Countering Extremism Sara Khan as "Islamist" - published the open letter on its website, and invited "Any Muslim scholar who would like to sign this open statement" to get in touch.
The statement, which 5Pillars say was "spearheaded by Shaykh Asrar Rashid from Birmingham", asserts that the signatories "do not recognise 'Israel' as a legitimate state."
"'Israel' must return the entirety of Palestinian land," they demand.
"Palestinians have no link to the holocaust and the crimes of the Second World War against the Jewish people.
"We condemn the continued fascist Zionist oppression which has cost the Palestinian people their freedom, homeland and lives for over seventy years."
The signatories insist that Islam "does not promote anti-Semitism and Arabs are also a Semitic people", and claim that Islamic rulers treated Christians in the region with benevolence "until the Zionist occupation ended the mutual tolerance that had existed for over a millennium."
"Jerusalem will be the capital of the Islamic Caliphate when it returns, Allah willing," they conclude.
Some of Judaism's holiest sites are located in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem, including the Temple Mount and Western Wall in Jerusalem; the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs in Hebron; and Joseph's Tomb in Nablus.
Sara Khan, who was appointed to her role at the Commission for Countering Extremism by former home secretary Amber Rudd in 2018, previously described 5Pillars as a "British based Islamist" organisation with an "anti-Western agenda... which include[s] support for a caliphate, Islamic penal codes and physical jihad."
5Pillars, for its part, has repeatedly denounced Ms Khan, accusing her commission of being "deeply motivated by Islamophobia" and criticising her for praising Ahmadiyya Muslims - who 5Pillars brand a "heretical sect" despite describing themselves as "non-sectarian" on social media - for their peacefulness and tolerance of others.
Just like Israel they are a supremacy cult, they are the 2 Cahilla's of the cabal STAGING decent so they can set a pretext to wipe us out!
#6464156 at 2019-05-10 21:12:51 (UTC+1) Q Research General #8266: Crane Kick To The Gonads Edition
Farage: There Is a 'Coalition of Parliament Against the People'
Nigel Farage has said there is a "democratic crisis in this country" and that there is a "coalition of Parliament against the people".
Appearing as a panelist on BBC television's flagship evening politics programme Question Time, Mr Farage said, "We've just heard from our political class in Westminster," referring to the panel of Remain-backing politicians including Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd, Labour MP and Shadow Economic Minister Jonathan Reynolds, and Change UK MP Anna Soubry.
"We have a genuine democratic crisis in this country, and the reason's simple," Mr Farage said, continuing, "We voted to leave, by quite a big majority, in a referendum.
"We then voted a year later in a General Election for two political parties who told us they would respect our wishes and carry out Brexit.
"We then saw 500 MPs vote for Article 50 which said we leave on the 29th of March, with or without a withdrawal agreement."
Adding that, "the reason we didn't leave on March 29th is these people don't want us to become an independent, self-governing nation. They're doing their utmost to thwart Brexit."
The Brexit Party leader went on to say that "they're basically trying to make us associate members of the European Union".
Mr Farage went on to accuse the two main establishment political parties of trying to "save their own skins."
"We have a Labour and Conservative Party negotiating a permanent customs union in alignment with Single Market rules," the Brexiteer said, before concluding that this was "in many ways even worse than starting a member of the European Union."
Mr Farage has previously criticised the political establishment, describing politics in Britain as "broken" and "out of touch" and calling for a "peaceful revolution to win back the ability of our nation to be democratic".
At a rally in Flyde last week Mr Farage said, "Here in the country that has had a continuous parliament since the thirteenth century... in the country that has the mother of parliaments, it is in our very country that the very democratic process has been wilfully betrayed by a political class that has acted - in my view - in the most disgraceful, almost treacherous manner."
#5863039 at 2019-03-24 16:31:39 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7500: Good Morning, Have A Great Day! Edition
UK Coup Erupts: Theresa May Cabinet In Revolt, Plotting Her Imminent Overthrow
Theresa May may have days, if not hours, left as prime minister of the UK following a full-blown cabinet coup on Saturday night as senior ministers moved to oust the UK prime minister and replace her with her deputy, David Lidington. According to the Sunday Times, following a "frantic series of private telephone calls", senior ministers agreed the prime minister must announce she is standing down, warning that she has become a toxic and "erratic" figure whose judgment has "gone haywire." The plotters reportedly plan to confront May at a cabinet meeting on Sunday and demand that she announces she is quitting. If she refuses, they will threaten mass resignations or publicly demand her head. The "conspirators" were locked in talks late on Saturday to try reach a consensus deal on a new prime minister so there does not have to be a protracted leadership contest.
The Sunday Times, which reported that up to 11 cabinet minister confirmed they wanted the prime minister to make way for someone else, said that at six senior ministers want her deputy, David Lidington, to deliver Brexit and then make way for a full leadership contest in the autumn. Lidington's supporters include cabinet remainers Greg Clark, Amber Rudd and David Gauke. The chancellor, Philip Hammond, also believes Lidington should take over if May refuses this week to seek a new consensus deal on Brexit. Sajid Javid, has agreed to put his own leadership ambitions on hold until the autumn to clear the way for Lidington - as long as his main rivals do the same. The relatively unfamiliar - especially outside the UK - Lidington "is understood not to be pressing for the top job but is prepared to take over if that is the will of cabinet. He would agree not to stand in the contest to find a permanent leader." A cabinet source said: "David's job would be to secure an extension with the EU, find a consensus for a new Brexit policy and then arrange an orderly transition to a new leader." Lidington's friends want him to pledge to allow the cabinet to decide Brexit policy in order to get Hunt and Gove on board, urging the three cabinet heavyweights to work together to take control of the government.
Michael Gove, a leading Brexiteer in the 2016 referendum, and Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt also have some support. Hunt, the foreign secretary, does not support Lidington because he believes he would do a deal with Labour to take Britain into a permanent customs union with the EU, although he has lost confidence in May's ability to take advice or deliver the deal. Meanwhile environment secretary Gove has a leadership team in place and a raft of supporters who have been recruited in a series of secret dinners hosted by Mel Stride, the Treasury minister. Gove is said to be ready to support Lidington if others do but is sceptical that agreement will be reached.
#5808829 at 2019-03-21 14:41:11 (UTC+1) Q Research General #7430: Patriots' Vigil Edition
MI5: Number of Far Right Terror Cases 'Absolutely Dwarfed by the Number of Islamist Cases'
The number of far-right terror cases the authorities are faced with is "absolutely dwarfed" by the number of cases related to radical Islam, according to Britain's Security Service, better known as MI5.
MI5 specialises in counter-espionage and domestic security, in contrast to the foreign intelligence-oriented Secret Intelligence Service - better known as SIS or MI6, made famous by Ian Flemming's James Bond books. The assessment of the relative seriousness of the Islamist terror threat and the far-right terror threat was disclosed halfway through a Guardian report focusing heavily on the latter, later republished by other media outlets including CNN and Microsoft-owned MSN.
The left-liberal newspaper led on claims by the far-left HOPE Not Hate organisation, which describes itself as "anti-fascist" and has previously received funding from billionaire open borders campaigner George Soros, that "huge numbers of Britons are among the global audience for far-right forums" online.
The Guardian also quoted Britain's anti-extremism "tsar", Sara Khan, regarding the "frightening amount of legal extremist content online" which the left claim is fuelling far-right extremism. The comments suggest a clampdown on online anonymity and uncensored discussion groups may be on the cards.
Halfway through the article, however, the Guardian concedes that, while the security services "have not revealed how many of the 700 or so live terror plots and 20,000 individuals classified as 'closed subjects' ... are related to right-wing extremism", MI5 did disclose that such cases are, quote, "absolutely dwarfed by the number of Islamist cases" being dealt with.
This is the case despite the fact that Britain's white population, from which white nationalist extremists are presumably likely to recruit, is in excess of 50 million, while the Muslim population, from which Islamist extremists are likely recruiting, is officially only 2.7 million - suggesting the radical Islamism presents a much more potent threat than the far right in terms of its capacity to radicalise people.
Nevertheless, the British authorities have placed a huge degree of emphasis on tackling the far right since even before Christchurch, with Cabinet minister Amber Rudd warning that people viewing what she described as "far-right propaganda" online could face up to 15 years' imprisonment under harsh new counter-extremist penalties while she was still at the Home Office.
The measures drew some criticism from Max Hill QC, then terrorism legislation watchdog, now Director of Public Prosecutions for England and Wales, who warned that the Government should not "criminalise thought without action or preparation for action," and that "the struggle for national security must not be used as a stick to beat down the rights we hold dear."
"If that were to happen, terrorism would have prevailed," he added.
#5360976 at 2019-02-24 17:41:28 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6852: Sunday Mornin' QNN News Edition
You know that 'it's a small world' feelin…
Re: Possible links between: BREXIT / Richard Hannigan / GCHQ / Theresa May / Steele Dossier / Spygate / FISA / UK involvement in Coup attempt / Catholic Church / priest / CP / unequal justice / corruption / Amber Rudd / Roland Rudd / Tony Blair / Nathan Rothschild / even the Khashoggi family (..)
Notables so far have shown DM article reminding us that Hannigan resigned as head of GCHQ just 3 days after PDJT's inauguration - wait for it - to spend more time with his family.
Further reason released now by an unamed 'sister intelligence agency' is because Hannigan became inappropriately involved with a CP prosecution (2013) of a long-time priest friend (they trained together), by giving a written reference of good character to the judge, helping his friend avoid jail (Father Edmund Higgins later re-offended). Theresa May had this info but 'Even senior officials within the Foreign Office, GCHQ and Cabinet Office were unaware.' Did Boris Johnson know (Foreign Secretary at the time)?
More from this article:
'Robert Hannigan's meteoric rise to the top of the British Establishment…up the diplomatic ranks, counselling Gordon Brown and David Cameron on security affairs, before being appointed head of the country's largest spy agency GCHQ, with a seat on Whitehall's all-powerful Joint Intelligence Committee.'
'At the time, Mr Hannigan was named the country's third most powerful Catholic by religious newspaper The Tablet…Before entering the Civil Service, Mr Hannigan trained to be a priest at Allen Hall seminary in Chelsea. But friends say he 'fell in love and could not go down that path'. It was through his wife that he first met Father Edmund Higgins, a notorious paedophile.'
'That friendship would help destroy Mr Hannigan's otherwise blemish-free career when a sister intelligence agency discovered his past support for the clergyman - support which he would come to regret.'
'Mr Hannigan has since gone on to take a host of jobs in the private sector, commenting publicly on national security and most recently defending Chinese technology firms.'
'With the Prime Minister's blessing, he was allowed to resign on January 23, 2017, citing family commitments. Anonymous briefings were given to the media that he would be caring for sick relatives. That same year, Mrs May said: 'The sunlight of transparency acts... as an important check and balance, and helps ensure the highest standards of public life among senior Government representatives.' /End
Many questions. It's difficult to believe that it was co-incidence that Hannigan resigned shortly after POTUS took charge and the real reasons were (and poss continue to be) kept secret.
The UK Brexit deadline is Friday March 29 2019 at 18:00 EST. Yesterday it was reported that key govt ministers are increasing pressure on Theresa May to extend the leaving date, which the UK has waited nearly three years for since the June 2016 referendum result. Delaying Brexit is possibly the only way it could be de-railed now. Is POTUS involved behind the scenes putting pressue on Theresa May to deliver Brexit on time by leveraging intel (such as the Hannigan shenanigan), showing he is prepared to release uncomfortable information that the intelligence agencies have tried to supress? Is it poss that FISA declass will be delayed until after Brexit date to ensure max leverage so that Brexit happens on time? Are there two versions of UK involvement in SPYGATE? Has POTUS agreed to release a softer version that doesn't implicate Theresa May (and maybe others) if she delivers Brexit on time? Is Hannigan himself implicated in FISAGATE? It's difficult to believe he knew nothing of Steele's activities. Vid embed - muh Russia.
Related articles: Amber Rudd threatening to work against Theresa May and delay Brexit: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6735419/PM-mass-walkout-three-senior-ministers-signal-theyre-ready-help-delay-Brexit.html
Amber Rudd's brother (Roland Rudd - is he funded by Soros?) organising meetings to help de-rail Brexit (did Tony Blair attend?): https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6636059/The-8m-Georgian-mansion-Amber-Rudds-brother-plotting-second-Brexit-referendum.html
More on Roland Rudd and his friends including Robert Peston (former BBC) / Peter Mandelson / Tony Blair / Nat Rothschild / Nick Clegg (one-time UK deputy PM, now head of Global Affairs at Facebook): https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2074786/Roland-Rudd-Another-schmoozing-lobbyist-clout.html
#4862542 at 2019-01-22 19:32:40 (UTC+1) Q Research General #6207: Storm Foreshadow Edition
Remainer Rudd: 40 Ministers Will Resign to Vote Against No Deal Brexit
Up to 40 Government ministers could resign if they are blocked from backing proposals to postpone Brexit or block a clean break from the EU.
Remain-supporting Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Amber Rudd, sister of People's Vote boss Roland Rudd, has told Number 10 that between 25 and 40 ministers could resign from Theresa May's Government if Theresa May does not allow them a "free vote" in the House of Commons on the "Cooper amendment", according to The Times.
If voted for, the amendment, backed by Labour's Yvette Cooper and Tories Oliver Letwin and Nick Boles, would make sure that MPs are able to debate a bill that would force the Government to table a motion to extend Article 50 - the legal mechanism for leaving the EU - for a nine months after it officially runs out on March 29th, 2019.
Remainers and soft-Brexiters have been attempting to stop a "No Deal" Brexit after it was clear before Christmas that Mrs May's unpopular Withdrawal Agreement would not make it through the House of Commons.
#4311434 at 2018-12-14 20:57:33 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5494: Wide Egg Noodles Edition
Looming Brexit Betrayal - It's Even Worse than You Feared...
I have some inside dirt on the ongoing betrayal of Brexit by our liberal elite Establishment. The news is not good. Here is what I hear:
European Research Group - hoist by their own petard.
Remainers have been having an absolute field day crowing about the failure of Brexiteer Tory MPs to unseat Theresa May in Wednesday's confidence vote. Why on earth did they time it so badly - submitting those 48 letters at a moment when they were almost certain to lose the vote? The story I hear is that they didn't. The timing was decided for them by none other than May's hamster-faced Chief of Staff Gavin Barwell who, it is said, deliberately released some of the 48 letters which had previously been withheld in order to force the issue.
Remainers are on serious manoeuvres
Gavin Barwell, in cahoots with fellow Remainer David Lidington (Minister for the Cabinet Office), is holding talks with Labour MPs regarding their preferred - and the most likely - option at this stage: a Second Referendum. The terms of this referendum will, of course, be so rigged as to divide the Brexit vote and secure something much closer to Remain and many miles from the Brexit that the majority voted for in June 2016.
Meanwhile, Cabinet Office lawyers are busy working on ways to revoke Article 50 (Britain's exit from the European Union). Furthermore, Lidington, Amber Rudd, Philip Hammond, and the rest of the Remainer Conservative cabal are plotting a series of free votes in Parliament (the deal, no deal, Norway, second referendum), confident that the second referendum is the only thing Parliament will go for...
Tony Blair's filthy paw prints are all over this...
"The pretty straight kind of guy", friend to sleazy billionaire global despots, and as-yet-unconvicted war criminal has persuaded the European Commission that No Deal is not a viable option for the UK and will never happen. He has told them that the public is against Brexit and that a second referendum will deliver a Remain result. For this reason, the EU's negotiators are in no hurry to offer Theresa May any kind of improvement on their current deal offer: they think she's stuck with it regardless.
Labour's strategy - devised by Jeremy Corbyn's sinister puppet master, Wykehamist Stalinist Seumas Milne
Labour is content largely to watch while the Tory party destroys itself. They are hoping for a No Deal, which they see as the best hope of delivering Brexit chaos followed - they are calculating - by a General Election which they will win. They don't want to push for a second referendum themselves because they fear a backlash from their working class Brexit-supporting voters. However, while they will not initiate a second referendum, their shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has argued they should support one if it comes along.
It's becoming increasingly clear, isn't it, that all the events leading up to Brexit referendum vote in June 2016 were completely irrelevant. Worse, the victory won by the 17.4 million people who voted Brexit, was an illusory triumph. So busy were the Brexiteers celebrating and imagining that they had won that they didn't notice the galvanising effect this had on the Remainer Establishment - which only redoubled its efforts to make sure Brexit never happened.
#4070184 at 2018-11-29 09:11:35 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5180: Russian Man Bad Edition
POTUS wouldn't just wait for no reason, given that justice undelivered is justice denied.
Q stated that 2018 is not glorious until SHTF for the bad actors.
That narrows the timeframe to this year.
We also know that the House will never be allowed to sit with all the illegal voting that went on.
We also know that the Senate was the target, which implies that the House will fall, yet the Senate will not.
So what would allow for new elections in the House and not the Senate being re-run? Either all the races will be re-run or something does not add up or the House members are dirty for things that can have them removed or it is not this House we're talking about. House of Commons? Possibly, DECLAS removes the possibility of Boris Johnson, Amber Rudd, PM May, and pretty much anyone who has been near the Home Office or Foreign Office in the UK for the last four or five years. The old guard would then not have control of the leadership of the UK unless they managed to install Jeremy Corbyn who is controlled through ties to Iran (weapons and drugs and IRA) and is involved in child trafficking in his consituency of London (many child brothels). The other alternative is to install someone from out of nowhere, like an Obama character but that's tough in the UK and at short notice (they have known this is coming for a while now though).
So, the countdown is on. Military Trials will start in the New Year, given the EO perhaps.
Once the public knows how bad the Dems acted and some Repubs, we will all unite together as they wake up.
Notice POTUS is dropping big hints to flip the last few flippables?
RATS… RATS DESERT A SINKING SHIP.
D.C. in panic means rats are deserting the sinking ship.
MANY need to try and get deals and flip on higher ups to lower their own damage.
Enjoy the Show.
#3992244 at 2018-11-22 06:34:44 (UTC+1) Q Research General #5079: Comfy Up In Here Edition
Vote down my deal and 'risk no Brexit at all': Theresa May warns MPs
Brexit might not happen after all, warned Prime Minister Theresa May during a typically feisty PMQs, as she implored MPs to support her withdrawal agreement.
May claimed the refusal to sign up to her deal would create uncertainty and open up the prospect of the UK remaining in the EU post-March 29, 2019 - the date set for Brexit.
Responding to a question from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on the prospects of a no-deal, May said the alternative to her deal with the EU would lead to "more uncertainty, more division or it could risk no Brexit at all."
Risking the anger of Brexiteers, May refused to say whether there were any circumstances in which Britain would leave the EU without a deal. In a notable change in rhetoric, May didn't confirm that no-deal remained an option, despite repeatedly claiming over the last two year that it was "better than a bad deal."
Earlier, new Work and Pensions Secretary, Amber Rudd, noted that parliament "will stop" a no-deal Brexit, appearing to contradict previous statements from the PM who had warned that failure to back her deal could lead to such a scenario.
Rudd told the BBC: "It is my view that parliament, the House of Commons, will stop 'no deal'. There isn't a majority in the House of Commons to allow that to take place."
It comes hours before May meets with Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, in Brussels, as pressure increases on her to improve the draft Brexit deal and avert a crushing defeat in parliament.
#3927025 at 2018-11-16 17:55:21 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4994: Kneading And Rolling Edition
Steve Barclay named as new Brexit Secretary
Leave supporting-Steve Barclay has been confirmed as the new Brexit Secretary, as Theresa May looks to replace cabinet members who have resigned in the fallout of the UK/EU withdrawal deal.
The little-known MP for North East Cambridgeshire had been serving as a minister at the department for health and social care. He will replace Dominic Raab, who quit, Thursday, over the EU withdrawal agreement.
READ MORE: May is either 'completely useless' or 'plots' to keep UK in EU - UKIP leader to RT
Barclay joins Amber Rudd in the cabinet, the latter replacing Esther McVey as Work and Pensions Secretary. Earlier this year Rudd resigned over her mishandling of the Windrush Scandal.
Barclay - a former director at Barclays Bank - has previously held the posts of City minister and a whip at the Treasury.
DETAILS TO FOLLOW
#3911410 at 2018-11-15 11:21:41 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4974: You Have More Than You Know Edition
1) Michael Fallon
Resigned as defense minister in November 2017 after a journalist accused him of sexual harassment.
2) Priti Patel
The aid minister also resigned in November 2017 over undisclosed meetings with Israeli officials.
3) Damian Green
Quit in December 2017 from his role as May's effective deputy after an internal investigation found he had made misleading comments about pornography on computers in his parliamentary office.
4) Justine Greening
She resigned in January after refusing to take a new job in a cabinet reshuffle.
5) Amber Rudd
Stepped down as Home Secretary (interior minister) in April over the government's treatment of some long-term Caribbean residents who were wrongly labeled illegal immigrants.
6) Greg Hands
The junior trade minister resigned from the government in June to oppose its plans to build a third runway at London's Heathrow Airport
7) Phillip Lee
A junior justice minister, Lee resigned over the government's handling of Brexit in June.
8) David Davis
EU's Barnier hails "fair and balanced" draft Brexit deal
He quit as Brexit Secretary in July in protest at May's "Chequers" plan to keep close trade ties with the EU after Brexit.
9) Steve Baker
He resigned as a junior Brexit minister in July, also over the Chequers plan.
10) Boris Johnson
Resigned as foreign secretary in July over the Chequers plan.
11) Andrew Griffiths
The minister for small businesses resigned over allegations around a sex-text scandal in July.
12) Guto Bebb
A junior defense minister, he resigned in July after voting against a government-backed Brexit amendment.
13) Tracey Crouch
She resigned as sports minister earlier this month, accusing the government of delaying a proposed reform of gambling regulations. The government later changed its mind.
14) Jo Johnson
The junior transport minister, younger brother of Boris, resigned last week, calling for another referendum to avoid the vassalage or chaos that he said May's Brexit plan would unleash. Unlike his brother, Jo Johnson campaigned for Britain to stay in the EU in the 2016 referendum.
15) Shailesh Vara
The junior Northern Ireland minister resigned from the government on Thursday after the cabinet approved a draft divorce deal, saying this will leave the UK "in a half-way house with no time limit on when we will finally be a sovereign nation."
16) Dominic Raab Britain's Brexit minister resigned on Thursday in protest at the government's plans for leaving the European Union, saying that the Irish "backstop" arrangement was now the starting point for discussions on future ties, which could severely prejudice the second phase of negotiations.
#3710846 at 2018-11-03 07:16:36 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4712: The 11.3.2018 Edition
Resignations in the news today:
Fired CPS Employee Steals Personal Data Of 70,000 People, Charged With Multiple Felonies
Northwestern Michigan College President Retiring After 18 Years
Retiring USU endowed Mormon History professor gives true 'last lecture'
Sugar Bowl CEO Paul Hoolahan retiring
Maryland Board of Regents chairman to resign immediately
Retiring Le Sueur-Henderson activities director coached several sports
Bradley University department chair steps down after petition highlights sexual assault conviction
Norfolk Justice Resigns During State Investigation
After 21 years, Stan Patterson retiring from House of Mercy
Snow-Redfern Foundation director retiring
Princeton school board members, superintendent salute retiring administrator
Polson city manager, engineer, attorney resign
McKesson CEO John Hammergren is retiring
Douglas County's Planning Director is retiring
Galway police officials take guilty pleas, resign
Retiring WFAA anchor recalls covering Johnson County
Tracey Crouch has 'no regrets' at resigning over fixed-odds betting terminals
New Brunswick Liberal Government Falls, Premier Brian Gallant To Resign
Debbie Gold to Resign as Byron Union School District Superintendent
"I was forced to resign as Home Secretary" claims Hastings MP Amber Rudd
#3707113 at 2018-11-03 01:44:26 (UTC+1) Q Research General #4707: INDIANA RALLY LIVE Edition
If you've ever wondered why British politics is in such a mess look no further than a leaked report into Civil Service skullduggery during the Windrush scandal.
It shows how early in 2018 former Home Secretary Amber Rudd was made inadvertently to lie about Britain's immigration policy because her scheming civil servants had withheld the truth from her.
This was in a period of shocking news stories about mostly elderly West-Indian-born immigrants who'd been living legally and contentedly in Britain for decades - only to find themselves threatened with deportation (or in some cases, actually deported) by an increasingly draconian Home Office.
As a result, the government was made to look incompetent and heartless, while the very idea of having a strong immigration policy - which is what most people in Britain want - was discredited as cruel and unfair: a gift, of course, to the Guardian and Jeremy Corbyn.
Rudd felt compelled to resign from her position.
I have it on good authority that one of the main reasons Theresa May has been able to remain Prime Minister so long, despite being so singularly useless at the job, is that she has forged a devil's pact with the civil service.
The Civil Service gets to police all her cabinet ministers - spying on their every move, like the Stasi; watering down their speeches; nipping in the bud anything that looks remotely like disloyalty or a leadership bid. In return, Theresa May allows herself to be run like the Civil Service's puppet.
Theresa May's government, in other words, is essentially a willing prisoner of the Deep State.
The politics of Whitehall - Europhile, politically correct, Nanny Statist - are far to the left of the cabinet and even further to the left of the Conservative grassroots. Yet because these jumped up civil servants have been given carte blanche by the Prime Minister herself to run the show, ministers and MPs are powerless to fight back.
#2104684 at 2018-07-10 15:40:54 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2653: I Believe In The You That Beleves In Me Edition!
Who could run against Theresa May to become leader?
The betting odds comparison site Oddschecker has Home Secretary Sajid Javid as the favourite to replace Theresa May as the next Conservative leader.
This comes despite Mr Javid having only been in his his current role since April, following the resignation of Amber Rudd over the Windrush scandal.
#1861427 at 2018-06-22 17:09:28 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2345: Not Tired Of Winning Edition
" 'Spy in bag' Gareth Williams"
Looking back on Q's 100th post was the Death of MI6 Officer ever looked into?
The body of Gareth Williams, 31, was found inside a holdall in a flat in London in 2010
I see Amber Rudd (British Home Office) has reopend the case, and it was reported 14th March 2018 an older news paper report dates back to 24th October 2015…. the death was in 2010.
#1772693 at 2018-06-16 17:51:15 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2231: Abzug Wells
No real meat in article but some info on attendees:
–Host John Elkann (Agnelli heir) sits on Economist board alongside Eric Schmidt
–Amber Rudd, member of Queen's Privy Council
–Bank of England Governor Mark Carney due to step down next year and possibly move to IMF
–Harvard Director- MIT Ethics and
Governance of AI Initiative
–Says Google was star of the show this year
–Hartmut Neven, Dir. of Engineering Google Inc.
–Jared Cohen (Jigsaw at Alphabet, former SoS policy planning staff for Clinton/Condi Rice)
–PA Consulting Group (no name mentioned)
–Sir John Sawers, former MI6 head
–Marcus Agius, resigned from Barclay's Bank (Libor rate-fixing scandal)
–Oxbridge, UCL and LSE attendees
–Vatican rep for first time
–Reps from NATO, World Economic Forum, UNESCO
Bilderberg's most recently listed trustees are Lord John Kerr of Kinlochard (Royal Dutch Shell) and Zanny Minton Beddoes (The Economist)
#1764566 at 2018-06-16 02:15:16 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2221: The Hivemind Collective
Undercover at the world's most elitist secret society: Mail reporter infiltrates the shadowy Bilderberg conference where the West's power brokers set the world to rights - with 'populism in Europe' top of the agenda
Secret conference of the global liberal elite held in luxury hotel on police lockdown for three days
Elusive annual 'Bilderberg Conference' is always protected by anti-terror police, military and a no-fly zone
Attended by figureheads of politics, business, banking, academia, royalty, telecoms, technology
For the first time in its 66-year history a journalist penetrated security to go undercover at the hotel
2018 agenda items included Populism, where populist political parties threaten to withdraw from EU
Conspiracy theories have surrounded Bilderberg for years, such as it selects world leaders to impose a 'New World Order'
On the first day of my new job as a hotel waitress - before I have a chance to polish a glass or proffer a canapé - I'm primed in detail about how to enter the building. Not via the front foyer, but circuitously through a 'secret staff entrance'.
It is imperative I memorise the route, I'm told by the briskly efficient restaurant manager, who steers me through it, via an obscure door by a KFC outlet in a low-rent shopping mall.
We then travel up two floors in a shabby service lift, past a phalanx of security men, through an underground delivery area, past bins, a staff canteen and along a harshly lit subterranean corridor that smells of urine.
Another staff lift disgorges us into the hotel kitchen, through two swing doors and finally into the light and bustle of its restaurant and gleaming lobby.
It is vital that I take this labyrinthine route in and out of the hotel for the next five days, I'm told, as there is a 'top secret event' taking place. 'The whole hotel is closed to the public,' says my boss. 'It's very important you remember you cannot go in and out of the main entrance. You must use the secret one.'
Although I feign meek subservience, I know very well why levels of security have been ramped up to such histrionic levels at this unassuming four-star hotel in northern Italy, because I am here undercover. My mission is to covertly observe the most secretive gathering of the influential and powerful in the world, known as the Bilderberg Group.
This cabal of the global, largely liberal, elite - with strong ties to the EU - meets every year amid a cloak of secrecy.
At this year's gathering? With so-called 'populism' high on its agenda, passionate Remainers, including former Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney and former Chancellor George Osborne, all took time out of their busy schedules to attend.
Over drinks receptions and lavish meals, they rubbed shoulders with former president of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, three serving EU prime ministers and a current European Commissioner in charge of the bloc's budget.
Last weekend, the Mail became the first newspaper in the 64-year history of Bilderberg to penetrate its formidable security, gaining insight into the extreme paranoia of this most elusive of clubs.
I watched as military police guarded the hotel perimeter and sniffer dogs checked for bombs outside. Last week, one freelance journalist, who posted footage online of the empty garden marquee where the Bilderberg banquet was due to be held, reported that Italian police stormed his hotel room at 4.30am breaking down his door and 'pointing a gun' at him.
It is a long article.
Have we dug on this guy, i saw her mention in here.
Demis Hassabis, the British computer game designer behind Google's DeepMind, then asks me for directions to the 'dinner'. Improvising, I direct him vaguely down the corridor.
#1697567 at 2018-06-11 13:20:40 (UTC+1) Q Research General #2135: Punky Brewster Edition
AA Gill was married for five years to Amber Rudd, recently replaced UK Home Sec.
#1248003 at 2018-04-30 17:38:00 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1563: Last Call For April Showers Edition
There's May is taking an absolute beating after Amber Rudd quit. Hot seat for May now.
#1246647 at 2018-04-30 14:26:22 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1561: I Love The Smell Of MEMES In The Morning Edition!
Looks like the UK is still following their Soros agenda.
Sajid Javid named UK Home Secretary to replace Amber Rudd in Cabinet reshuffle
#1246564 at 2018-04-30 14:02:17 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1561: I Love The Smell Of MEMES In The Morning Edition!
>New UK Home Sec
Replaced Amber Rudd (Evil)
Rose through the ranks of Chase Bank & Deutsche Bank quickly before moving into politics, leaving a very lucrative position behind £3mm/yr.
Made enough and wanted to make a difference?
Saw too much evil and wanted out?
Installed as a political agent?
Remember there are more good than evil in this world. Not everyone who has worked for these entities is a satanist.
Served as a Privy Councillor, aka potentially close Royal ties. (Similar to Sadiq Khan & others)
Was highly praised by David Cameron (Evil) and said he would like to see him become PM.
However, when he was choosing his successor he went straight for Theresa May. (Publically unpopular pick)
Different public and private opinions?
Do they really want him to hold higher offices of power?
Praise & promotions used for good optics to garner votes in arab communities?
Being saved for a future role in their plan?
I recommend you check out his voting history:
He does not practice any religion, but believes Christianity is, and should be recognised by all, as the religion of the UK.
Certainly, not traditional traits of UK 'bad actors'.
The ones who do not obviously identify themselves are the most dangers. (Deeper research, into family/finance etc, will be done shortly.)
As always, trust, but verify.
#1245398 at 2018-04-30 08:51:16 (UTC+1) Q Research #1559: Red Carpet Event Edition
UK Home Secretary (interior minister) Amber Rudd has resigned.
…add her to the list.
#1239962 at 2018-04-30 01:17:04 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1553: Didn't have time to come up with a name Edition
But, Amber Rudd is not the equivalent of what Hillary Clinton was…that's for sure. Amber Rudd always struck me as being chained to her desk, day & night (and looked like it too).
#1239502 at 2018-04-30 00:38:01 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1553: Didn't have time to come up with a name Edition
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd Resigns Over Immigration Scandal
UK Home Secretary and Theresa May ally Amber Rudd has resigned following the Sunday publication by The Guardian of a private letter to May, in which Rudd sets an "ambitious but deliverable" target to deport 10% more illegal immigrants over the "next few years" - a goal she set personally.
(To bad…sounds like she was on the right track)
Read More: https:// www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-29/uk-home-secretary-and-key-may-ally-amber-rudd-resigns-over-immigration-scandal
#1239470 at 2018-04-30 00:35:48 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1553: Didn't have time to come up with a name Edition
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has resigned, Downing Street has said, after claims she misled Parliament over targets for removing illegal migrants.
Ms Rudd, who was due to make a Commons statement on Monday, was under pressure to resign over the Windrush scandal.
She faced criticism over the existence of Home Office removals targets and her knowledge of them.
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, who had repeatedly urged Ms Rudd to go, said she had "done the right thing".
On Sunday, the Guardian published a letter to Theresa May, in which Ms Rudd set out her "ambitious but deliverable" aim to deport 10% more illegal immigrants over the "next few years."
Ms Rudd telephoned the prime minister on Sunday evening to tell her of the decision amid intensifying opposition demands for her to quit.
A No 10 spokesman said: "The Prime Minister has tonight accepted the resignation of the Home Secretary."
#1239002 at 2018-04-30 00:04:34 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1552: Once More Over The Target Edition
Another BIG resignation just happened. The UK home secretary, Amber Rudd, is gone. Something is happening in the UK. Looks like the Storm has finally hit Europe.
Britain's interior minister resigned Sunday amid a scandal over authorities' mistreatment of long-term U.K. residents wrongly caught up in a government drive to reduce illegal immigration.
Prime Minister There's May's office said late Sunday that May had accepted the resignation of Home Secretary Amber Rudd.
The scandal has dominated headlines in Britain for days and has sparked intense criticism of the Conservative government's tough immigration policies.
Rudd had been due to make a statement to Parliament on Monday over what has become known as the Windrush scandal.
#1238667 at 2018-04-29 23:41:25 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1552: Once More Over The Target Edition
Is this part of UK deep cleaning?
Amber Rudd resigns - Thank God!
#822214 at 2018-03-28 22:36:20 (UTC+1) Q Research General #1019: Track the FAMILY Edition
>NOT domestic Amber Rudd UK?
#599753 at 2018-03-09 12:42:13 (UTC+1) Q Research General #740: Get comfy, Its gonna be a long night
Britain (UK) and it was MI6 rouges that poisoned the Russian spy and his daughter.
If the Brits find out it was our own agents, there will be hell to pay. Amber Rudd is in on it.
#460285 at 2018-02-22 13:18:59 (UTC+1) Q Research General #566: More Emergency bread Edition
Palace reports that powder was sent the day before Westminster and Obama. This is the same day as Trump Jnr. White powder also sent to Amber Rudd (secret society member in British Government).
#453143 at 2018-02-21 20:28:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #557: #TwitterLockout Edition
UKfags - Here's a list of all MPs who voted against protecting Child Abuse Whistleblowers. Why?
Sir David Amess
Sir Tony Baldry
Sir Paul Beresford
Sir William Cash
David T. C. Davies
Nick de Bois
Sir Alan Duncan
Iain Duncan Smith
Mr Mark Francois
Sir Roger Gale
Sir Edward Garnier
Mr David Gauke
Mr Nick Gibb
Sir Alan Haselhurst
Sir Oliver Heald
Sir Gerald Howarth
Sir Greg Knight
Sir Peter Luff
Anne Marie Morris
Sir Richard Ottaway
Sir James Paice
Sir John Randall
Sir Hugh Robertson
Andrew Rosindell Amber Rudd
Sir Nicholas Soames
Dame Angela Watkinson
Sir George Young
Liberal Democrats: 40
Sir Alan Beith
Sir Malcolm Bruce
Mr Edward Davey
Sir Nick Harvey
Sir Bob Russell
Sir Robert Smith
Sir Andrew Stunell
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#8291842 at 2020-03-01 16:53:30 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #11: Independence is a Beautiful Thing Edition
The catalogue of Whitehall controversies that earned him nickname
Brexit: Criticised for being a Project Fear scaremonger, claiming the Army could have to be deployed to protect Britain's borders if we left the EU without a deal.
Illegal immigration: Admitted that 739 migrants had crossed the Channel between January 2018 and February 2019, including 135 who escaped being intercepted by Border Force or the French authorities.
Windrush scandal: Accused of costing Home Secretary Amber Rudd her job after blunders over the deportation of Jamaicans. Then he went 'missing'.
George Osborne said he had 'seen the completely misleading emails [Ms Rudd] was getting from her Civil Servants on targets'.
Sir Philip admitted the Home Office paid out £21 million after mistakenly detaining more than 850 people. The TaxPayers' Alliance described these as 'huge payouts amid shameful episodes'.
Compounding the issue, Sir Philip shocked MPs by saying: 'I've been in the department a year, I'm not an expert.'
West Coast rail fiasco: Sir Philip was the Department for Transport's top official in 2012 when First Group won the franchise for what was said to be a 'preposterous' £13 billion.
The derailed incumbent, Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Trains, took legal action and the Government was forced to admit officials had made 'deeply regrettable and completely unacceptable mistakes'.
Sir Philip took a share of the blame, saying: 'More important than the role of Ministers is the role of senior officials, starting with me.'
Network Rail controversy: Oversaw a £38 billion improvement programme of the state-run network. But the Transport Secretary later said it had to be 'reset', including halting an electrification project for 'costing more and taking longer'.
HS2: Ran the transport wing of the rail project when MPs were told in 2015 that it would cost only £56 billion. Today, the final bill is estimated at £106 billion.
Emergency services' new communications system: Supervised its introduction, only for the National Audit Office to say it was running at least three years late and £3.1 billion over budget.
Foreign students row: After the Home Office confessed to 'significant mistakes and misjudgments' over foreign students wrongly accused of cheating in English language tests to qualify to stay in the UK, Sir Philip said there was 'real concern' that 'hundreds of innocent individuals, possibly more' are continuing to maintain their innocence after being erroneously caught.
Police Tasers: Sir Philip tried to block an announcement last September that more police would be allowed to carry the stun guns. Ironically, the Government will finally announce these measures today.
Leaks: Colleagues claimed he presided over a 'culture of politicised leaks' at the Home Office.
#8291840 at 2020-03-01 16:53:09 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #11: Independence is a Beautiful Thing Edition
Paid more than the PM, it was a miracle he was still in his job: How Sir Philip Rutnam's name has become a byword for bungled advice and toxic clashes with Ministers
Top civil servant Sir Philip Rutnam, 54, sensationally quit Home Office yesterday
Rutnam was paid £175,000 with gold-plated pension as Permanent Secretary
However, he was dubbed 'Sir Calamity' by exasperated officials at Downing St
By Harry Cole Deputy Political Editor For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 01:08, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 11:27, 1 March 2020
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Most people would have never heard of Sir Philip Rutnam, 54, before his highly unusual resignation yesterday morning.
Critics of Boris Johnson's Government and his sweeping reforms to the troubled immigration system will have a new hero following the incendiary walkout, but they will be choosing an unlikely champion in the man paid more than the Prime Minister, yet lucky not to have been axed on numerous occasions.
For those who have kept a keen eye on Whitehall over the past decade, the name Rutnam is a byword for bungled advice and toxic clashes with Ministers.
Dubbed 'Sir Calamity' by exasperated Downing Street officials, Rutnam - who was paid £175,000 with a gold-plated pension as Home Office Permanent Secretary - always seemed to be 'missing' when his neck was on the line.
Home Secretary Priti Patel's permanent secretary Sir Philip Rutnam resigned today with an extraordinary blast at his former boss over a 'vicious and orchestrated' campaign against him
Home Secretary Priti Patel's permanent secretary Sir Philip Rutnam resigned today with an extraordinary blast at his former boss over a 'vicious and orchestrated' campaign against him
In the rare times he has been under pressure, in a classic mandarin style he had always been able to brazen his involvement out, often leaving MPs gobsmacked by his excuses.
In the wake of the Windrush immigration scandal that ousted former Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Rutnam was hauled before the Commons to explain his role in the affair. 'I've been in the department for a year - I'm not an expert on the immigration system,' was his curt reply.
That 2018 appearance before the Home Affairs Select Committee has become something of parliamentary folklore after Rutnam twice scolded his political interrogators for not providing him with their questions before he appeared.
A former Home Office insider said Rutnam, whose Who's Who entry says his hobby is 'taking family up mountains', had been 'nowhere to be seen' during the scandal and two more junior officials were moved on instead.
They blasted: 'Then, just like now, he oversaw a culture of politicised leaks and egotistical briefing from the department and has managed to avoid taking any responsibility or face any consequence for the Windrush scandal, instead staying in the role he gets paid more than the Prime Minister for, and throwing his deputy and others under the bus.'
But after the Tories' Election victory in December, Rutnam must have realised he was on thin ice. Senior figures in the Tory party had previously called for his head, including Johnson ally Shaun Bailey.
The candidate for London Mayor said Rutnam had to go to 'restore confidence in the Home Office'.
Born in South London, Rutnam attended Dulwich College, the same school as Nigel Farage. His career path was that of a consummate mandarin. Public school, Cambridge and a spell at the Treasury.
He briefly worked in finance for Morgan Stanley before becoming a quango-crat and a senior official at the Business department.
Earlier in his career, he had been humble enough to admit when he was wrong. During the 2012 West Coast rail fiasco, he was forced to admit 'deeply regrettable and completely unacceptable mistakes', adding that 'more important than the role of Ministers is the role of senior officials, starting with me'.
However, in true Whitehall fashion, such remarkable disasters did not stop him climbing the greasy pole.
#8286538 at 2020-02-29 23:41:42 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #11: Independence is a Beautiful Thing Edition
Doesn't strike me as a stellar career. Looks as though Amber Rudd / Windrush fiasco happened on his watch. Has he buried the grooming gangs report? Looks as though MS is his protector.
#6735136 at 2019-06-12 20:54:15 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #7 God Save the Queen Edition
Sajid Javid earned his stripes with Deutsche bank, same bank that's locked in a lawsuit with DJT, (not POTUS there's a difference),
#5988958 at 2019-03-31 11:14:56 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #4: DOJ Coordination w/ UK Edition
Do the British have the government they deserve?
A bunch of obedient sheeple who ALLOW their "government" to limit their abilities to defend themselves? Can't even legally own pepper spray? Can't buy an assault rifle? Can't buy a handgun?
What kind of country is this? Communist? Arrest citizens for Tweets? For speech? We don't have one single pro-Brexit television station. NOT ONE! And you pay the BBC to LIE TO YOU and obfuscate the truth & facts?
You can't stop the Muslim Brotherhood from its evil influence over the government?
So: No right to bear arms. No right of unlimited self defense. No nationalist TV or Radio or Newspapers. Anti-Trump. Anti-Q. Charged OBSCENE taxes on tobacco, alcohol, petrol, and LEVI's jeans — and we never take to the streets to protest. Just let the "government" charge whatever it wants to.
Britain has the government it deserves because the people are, unfortunately, still pre-Revolutionary loyalists – obedient little cunt-children who don't even recognize and appreciate heroic mutherfuckers like Tommy Robinson and Nigel Farage.
A bunch of communists, globalists, socialists. And you PAY THE BBC TO LIE TO YOU. You pay over 100 quid a year to be lied to. Bald faced lies. Bald face obfuscation. You deserve Amber Rudd as your next PM. Hell, you'd even let Merkel rule your arses if given half a chance. England: Once mighty ruler of the seas, and home originator of Led Zeppelin, Monty Python, Black Sabbath and UFO, and look at you now: A total sell-out to a communist scheme called Globalism which hates white people, nationalism, personal freedoms and free speech.
And look at this board: Can't even fill up one loaf a day! Bloody hell, you people are a fucken disgrace to liberty & justice for all. Stop asking Q to help the UK because you can't even help yourselves. You're not even interested. You're lazy and can't be bothered…and that's why you have the government you deserve: A load of drivelous diarrhea. Fuck you, wankers.
#5862373 at 2019-03-24 15:30:26 (UTC+1) Q Research UK #2: The UNITED STATES is WITH YOU
Q & Q+ Please help us Leave the EU.
Since before the Referendum to Leave, Project Fear has been in full effect. Project Fear was used in reverse to take us into the Common Market and then keep us in when a Referendum was held whether to leave the EEC in 1975.
Common Market and EEC (European Economic Community) were a couple of the names used by the EU to fool people that it was just a loose co-operation of Nations to enable seamless trade. Only when they felt their position was strong enough did they then change the name to EU after treatise such as Marsstrict, Dublin & Lisbon.
Since Leave won the Referendum the Remain campaign against us Leavers has been relentless on all levels from all sides. Almost the entire MSM, with the BBC leading the way. Political shows such as Question Time consistently have panels made up of 1 Leaver and 3 or 4 remainers with a remain chairman and predominately remain audience.
Censorship, lies and misinformation we have had it all, but we stand strong against it.
Q, Q+ and Anons please dig dig dig on the following names. They are all in different positions and levels in society but one thing connects them is their love of the EU
David Gauke (MP), Amber Rudd (MP), Brendan Barber (Union man), Lucy Thomas (pundit), Lord Rose (Remain donor), Anna Sourbry (MP), Ken Clarke (MP) Kier Starmmer (MP), David Lammy (MP),Lord Sainsbury (Businessman),.
The following names need deep digging -
Olly Robbins (High level Civil Servant, the real power behind the Govt negotiating team)
Gina Miller (Business Woman)
Owen Jones (Journalist)
Roland Rudd (PR consultant and Brother of Amber Rudd)
I know the following are all deep in the whole DS corruption, but any information will help.
Samantha Cameron (Wife of PM David, Member of Astor Family)
Miriam Gonzalez Durantez (Wife of Joint PM Nick Clegg)
Tony Blair (Former PM)
I have been against the EU for a long long time, and now the UK is on the verge of leaving I fear it might be scuppered at the last minute.
Please help us with Brexit we are despite being the Majority struggling.
Q+ If we don't leave the EU please take us in because the UK will not be a place for Leavers anymore
8chan/8kun CBTS Posts (1)
#46967 at 2017-12-07 06:51:17 (UTC+1) CBTS General #52: WE SAID NO. Edition
>>What if No Such Agency alerted May to the kill plan per POTUS?
Has to be related to POTUS retweet about britain first vids
>>What if the attempt was ordered by ++?
I think Amber Rudd would be next in line. She worked for jp morgan and has banking ties. Perhaps an asset in place to control british no such agency.
Counter moves. Stop brexit and ger leadership change. Seems related to queen as well. lon myr i think. MB