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22 May 19
STAR POLITICAL

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani rejected talks with the United States, after President Donald Trump claimed that Iran would seek negotiations ‘if and when they are ever ready.’ FREE Trump 2020 Hat While Supplies Last –[Claim Yours]  In recent weeks, the United States has tightened sanctions with the […]

22 May 19
News Archives Uk

Iran 's supreme leader publicly rebuked the Iranian president and his foreign minister on Wednesday, saying that he had not agreed with the implementation of the new law. nuclear agreement of 2015 that they had negotiated with the world powers. The extraordinary remarks of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the first time he criticized the two politicians […]

22 May 19
Wake Up End Time News

(Reuters) – John Walker Lindh, the American captured in Afghanistan in 2001 fighting for the Taliban and vilified as a national traitor, is to be released early from a federal prison on Thursday while some U.S. lawmakers worry he still poses a security risk. Lindh, photographed as a wild-eyed, bearded 20-year-old at his capture, will […]

22 May 19
allworld

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22 May 19
East Bay Times
[vemba-video id=”world/2019/05/16/nigel-farage-brexit-party-dos-santos-pkg-vpx.cnn”] By Jennifer Hassan | Washington Post LONDON – Is today the final straw for Nigel Farage? The Brexit Party leader was trapped on his campaign bus surrounded by people clutching milkshakes and wearing all-black clothing, Kent Live reported Wednesday. It was a continuation of a “milkshake madness” protest of Farage that has swept not just Britain but also social media this week. Here is the moment a milkshake was thrown over Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage during a visit to Newcastle https://t.co/Iiv79umkWW pic.twitter.com/WirGbf9Vqr — ITV News (@itvnews) May 20, 2019 Driver Michael Botton told Kent Live that Farage was unprepared to exit the vehicle: “There are a couple of guys standing over there with milkshakes, they were going to throw them over him. But the police are there, we’ve spotted them and now Nigel isn’t getting off the bus.” The news traveled fast on social media, with the Guardian’s deputy editor tweeting: “Latest: -May barricaded in Downing Street refusing to come out -Farage reportedly ‘trapped’ on a bus surrounded by people armed with milkshakes Strange day.” Today’s drama follows on from Farage being “milkshaked” by a 32-year-old man on Monday. The man was identified as Paul Crowther, who confirmed that he had thrown a banana-and-salted-caramel milkshake from Five Guys at the controversial politician. Crowther was later charged with common assault and will appear in court next month. “It’s a right of protest against people like him. The bile and the racism he spouts out in this country is far more damaging than a bit of milkshake to his front,” Crowther said at the time, offering his rationale for the attack. “Milkshaking” has become a recent symbol of protest on British soil. But while there are some who find videos of politicians being doused in sweet liquid entertaining, others have expressed concern. Across the country in recent weeks, divisive candidates for European Parliament elections have been targeted in attacks. Milkshakes appear to have become the protesters’ tool of choice, as attackers sipping shakes are far less conspicuous than bystanders clutching eggs. Spilled milk or not, pollsters say Farage’s Brexit Party is expected to do well in the election on Thursday. Last weekend, Burger King came under fire after tweeting: “Dear people of Scotland, we’re selling milkshakes all weekend. Have fun. Love BK #justsaying.” The tweet was seemingly in response to the news that a McDonald’s near the site of a Farage rally in Edinburgh had been asked to halt sales of milkshakes and ice cream. Although some on social applauded the tweet, others expressed concern, calling the tweet an attempt to incite violence. Burger King later sent a follow-up tweet, stating: “We’d never endorse violence – or wasting our delicious milkshakes! So enjoy the weekend and please drink responsibly people.” Carl Benjamin, a U.K. Independence Party candidate in the European elections, and former English Defense League leader Tommy Robinson also have been milkshaked by protesters. Benjamin is under investigation for a tweet in which he said he “wouldn’t even rape” Labour Party lawmaker Jess Phillips, although he maintains that his comments were a joke – much to the concern of many. Benjamin has been milkshaked four times in recent days, while Robinson had two milkshakes poured over him over two days earlier this month. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]After the milkshaking Monday, Farage tweeted: “Sadly some remainers have become radicalised, to the extent that normal campaigning is becoming impossible. For a civilised democracy to work you need the losers consent, politicians not accepting the referendum result have led us to this.” He was referring to Britons who voted to remain in the European Union in a 2016 referendum that was narrowly won by those in favor of leaving the bloc, a position strongly advocated by Farage. The milkshake attacks in Britain may have been inspired by the story of Australia’s “Egg Boy,” a swoopy-haired teenager who cracked an egg on the back of far-right lawmaker Fraser Anning’s head at a news conference in March. After the attack, Egg Boy was punched in the face by the senator, as security officials scrambled to control the situation. Last month, the political eggings continued in Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison was hit on the head with an egg – although on this occasion it failed to crack.
22 May 19
The Mercury News
[vemba-video id=”world/2019/05/16/nigel-farage-brexit-party-dos-santos-pkg-vpx.cnn”] By Jennifer Hassan | Washington Post LONDON – Is today the final straw for Nigel Farage? The Brexit Party leader was trapped on his campaign bus surrounded by people clutching milkshakes and wearing all-black clothing, Kent Live reported Wednesday. It was a continuation of a “milkshake madness” protest of Farage that has swept not just Britain but also social media this week. Here is the moment a milkshake was thrown over Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage during a visit to Newcastle https://t.co/Iiv79umkWW pic.twitter.com/WirGbf9Vqr — ITV News (@itvnews) May 20, 2019 Driver Michael Botton told Kent Live that Farage was unprepared to exit the vehicle: “There are a couple of guys standing over there with milkshakes, they were going to throw them over him. But the police are there, we’ve spotted them and now Nigel isn’t getting off the bus.” The news traveled fast on social media, with the Guardian’s deputy editor tweeting: “Latest: -May barricaded in Downing Street refusing to come out -Farage reportedly ‘trapped’ on a bus surrounded by people armed with milkshakes Strange day.” Today’s drama follows on from Farage being “milkshaked” by a 32-year-old man on Monday. The man was identified as Paul Crowther, who confirmed that he had thrown a banana-and-salted-caramel milkshake from Five Guys at the controversial politician. Crowther was later charged with common assault and will appear in court next month. “It’s a right of protest against people like him. The bile and the racism he spouts out in this country is far more damaging than a bit of milkshake to his front,” Crowther said at the time, offering his rationale for the attack. “Milkshaking” has become a recent symbol of protest on British soil. But while there are some who find videos of politicians being doused in sweet liquid entertaining, others have expressed concern. Across the country in recent weeks, divisive candidates for European Parliament elections have been targeted in attacks. Milkshakes appear to have become the protesters’ tool of choice, as attackers sipping shakes are far less conspicuous than bystanders clutching eggs. Spilled milk or not, pollsters say Farage’s Brexit Party is expected to do well in the election on Thursday. Last weekend, Burger King came under fire after tweeting: “Dear people of Scotland, we’re selling milkshakes all weekend. Have fun. Love BK #justsaying.” The tweet was seemingly in response to the news that a McDonald’s near the site of a Farage rally in Edinburgh had been asked to halt sales of milkshakes and ice cream. Although some on social applauded the tweet, others expressed concern, calling the tweet an attempt to incite violence. Burger King later sent a follow-up tweet, stating: “We’d never endorse violence – or wasting our delicious milkshakes! So enjoy the weekend and please drink responsibly people.” Carl Benjamin, a U.K. Independence Party candidate in the European elections, and former English Defense League leader Tommy Robinson also have been milkshaked by protesters. Benjamin is under investigation for a tweet in which he said he “wouldn’t even rape” Labour Party lawmaker Jess Phillips, although he maintains that his comments were a joke – much to the concern of many. Benjamin has been milkshaked four times in recent days, while Robinson had two milkshakes poured over him over two days earlier this month. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]After the milkshaking Monday, Farage tweeted: “Sadly some remainers have become radicalised, to the extent that normal campaigning is becoming impossible. For a civilised democracy to work you need the losers consent, politicians not accepting the referendum result have led us to this.” He was referring to Britons who voted to remain in the European Union in a 2016 referendum that was narrowly won by those in favor of leaving the bloc, a position strongly advocated by Farage. The milkshake attacks in Britain may have been inspired by the story of Australia’s “Egg Boy,” a swoopy-haired teenager who cracked an egg on the back of far-right lawmaker Fraser Anning’s head at a news conference in March. After the attack, Egg Boy was punched in the face by the senator, as security officials scrambled to control the situation. Last month, the political eggings continued in Australia. Prime Minister Scott Morrison was hit on the head with an egg – although on this occasion it failed to crack.
22 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

BEIRUT, Lebanon — In its campaign to throttle Iran into submission, the Trump administration has in the last several weeks applied smothering force — blocking the country’s last avenues for selling oil, classifying the elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps as a terrorist organization and deploying ships and bombers to the Persian Gulf. But if the […]

22 May 19
Russia News Now

Gareth Porter Do Iranian ‘Threats’ Signal Organized U.S.-Israel Subterfuge? The intel they’ve provided is thin, the origins murky and suspect—haven’t we heard this story before? Read full article. ROBERT STEELE: John Bolton should be investigated and indicted for treason. My best effort to help the President is below. Rumor has it the Iranians are playing […]

22 May 19
365 Sporting Days

This was my second attempt at watching England play Pakistan, play had been stopped by Hailstones at the Oval, before play was called off. Pakistan had made 80 in 19 overs which may well have given the problems had play started again under the Duckworth Lewis method. Having sat watching Essex play Notts in positively […]

22 May 19
Clarisse Hassan

An extensive list at the material I looked at for this project: Documentaries: In Defense of Food Sustainable Cooked Books: In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan Vegetables, Soil & Hope by Guy Watson-Singh The Pedant in the Kitchen by Julian Barnes

22 May 19
Archy Worldys

Iran's Supreme Leader, for the first time, criticized the country's president and foreign minister for his concerns over the 2015 nuclear deal and said they had failed to act on Wednesday as he would have wished to do when negotiating the agreement with the world powers , Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has the final say […]

22 May 19
The Australian

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has been dealt a blow after world football’s governing body shelved a proposed expansion of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to 48 teams.

22 May 19
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