Royal Elite

18 Jun 19
Newsy Today

The Social Chamber of the Supreme Court has issued a ruling in which it reinforces and clarifies its doctrine, set in the judgment of March 26, 2014, on the payment of compensation for termination of employment contract to professional athletes. In a ruling of the Plenary, the Chamber has established that professional footballers, whether or […]

18 Jun 19
SNV

With Donald Trump sending more American troops to the Middle east to intimidate the Iranians and heightening the possibility of war one must ask if and how much influence have the Saudis had in this conflict. Trump is happy to tell everyone he likes the Saudis, he used executive powers to make sure the USA […]

18 Jun 19
Devouring Books

Okay so I don’t do a ton of Top Ten Tuesday posts, but this is a topic that I am ALL about. I have been stalking a lot of Fall ’19 releases and I am so excited for some titles coming out later this year that I had to join in on this week’s topic. […]

18 Jun 19
Order of the Drakon

citati   George Washington His Excellnecy George Washington 1st President of the United States In office April 30, 1789[a] – March 4, 1797 Vice President John Adams Preceded by Office established Succeeded by John Adams 7th Senior Officer of the United States Army In office July 13, 1798 – December 14, 1799 President John Adams Preceded by James Wilkinson […]

18 Jun 19
Era of Light

The meltdown of the Zionist control grid is now public, as even the corporate mainstream propaganda media is reporting the attacks last week on tankers near Oman as “false flag.” The situation has reached the point that former U.S. colonies like Germany and Japan are openly and publicly defying the U.S. President and Secretary of […]

18 Jun 19
Where to Fly Next

Thanks to Acanela Expeditions and Instasize, earlier this month I was able to spend 7 days in Northern Vietnam along with a group of talented content creators from the US, Germany and Australia. Together, we started our journey in Hanoi, road tripped to Ninh Binh and Pu Luong before we circled back to Hanoi with […]

18 Jun 19
Deacon John's Space

  There is a vast divide between middle America and the coastal “elites” who often purport to speak for the people in the current national debate over abortion. Poll after poll has found that most Americans are deeply divided over abortion. One recent poll, for instance, found that a solid 50% of Americans say that, […]

18 Jun 19
HlaMin

Updated : May 4, 2019 The list is not exhaustive. SPHS Roll of Honor SPHS (St. Paul’s High School) used to display a “Roll of Honor”. It mainly lists those who finish in the top three positions in the Matriculation examination. It sometimes lists a “block” (1st to 4th in 1959, 1st to 5th in […]

17 Jun 19
The Sun
BRITISH warships should be sent to the Persian Gulf to protect merchant ships against Iran’s military, a former UK ambassador to the UN has said. Mark Lyall Grant says Britain needs a “robust defensive military posture” in the region in the wake of Iran’s alleged attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf last week. Sir Grant’s comments come after explosions on two tankers in the Gulf last week Yesterday Theresa May’s spokesman said the UK Government was “almost certain” that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard (IRG) – a branch of Iran’s Armed Forces – was behind the attack. And No10 stepped up its rhetoric against the regime by warning that “all options” would be examined after Iran declared it will breach the terms of the nuclear deal within the next 10 days. The country’s atomic agency said Theran had sped up its uranium stockpile and is set to hit the limit set by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) deal by June 27. Behrouz Kamalvandi, a spokesman for Iran’s atomic agency, said the country needed to increase uranium enrichment levels up to 20 per cent – only one step away from weapons-grade material. Mrs May’s spokesman warned there would be “consequences” if and when it breaches the JCPOA limit, adding: “We have been clear about our concern at Iranian plans to reduce compliance with the JCPOA. Should Iran cease meeting its nuclear commitments, we would then look at all options available to us.” Britain is already poised elite soldiers from the 42 Commando base to the region but Mr Lyall Grant called on the PM to beef up our presence further by sending frigates to protect merchant shipping cargo through the dangerous Strait of Hormuz and warned that they must be prepared to open fire with the IRG. He told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “We do need a robust defensive military posture – possibly escorting ships. The marines are being sent, you can have armed guards on some of the merchant shipping as well, so that’s really important. ‘CONSEQUENCES’ “I do not rule out the possibility that if some of these ships are attacked and they are have some means of defence that they would engage military some of the IRG boats.” The JCPOA deal has looked increasingly unstable since Donald Trump pulled the United States out of it last year. Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned there is a “great risk” of a drift to war due to Iran’s activities in the region following the attacks last week in the Gulf on two oil tankers. Iran has strongly denied it was responsible for the attack on the mines. But The Americans have accused Iran of using limpet mines to target the tankers, pointing to video footage said to show Iranian Revolutionary Guard troops removing an unexploded mine from one of the vessels. In recent weeks, the US has sent an aircraft carrier strike group and other military assets to the region in what the military says is defensive posturing aimed at Iranian deterrence. The UK also has a military presence in the Gulf, although in response to reports of Royal Marines heading to the region officials stressed this was a pre-planned training exercise rather than a response to Tehran. Officials have been meeting in Whitehall to consider the tensions in the region following the attacks on two oil tankers last week. The Prime Minister’s official spokesman said the UK position remained that it was “almost certain that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard corps attacked the two tankers”. “No other state or non-state actor could plausibly have been responsible,” the spokesman said. These latest attacks build on a pattern of destabilising Iranian behaviour and pose a serious danger to the region. That is why we have called on Iran to cease all forms of destabilising activity.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN POLITICS” posts_category=”318″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] The spokesman said there was “recent precedent for attacks by Iran against oil tankers” but stressed “the UK remains in close co-ordination with our international partners to find diplomatic solutions to de-escalate tensions”. He added: “Unintended escalation would not be in any party’s interests.” The UK had “a number of military assets in the region, including at our new naval base in Bahrain and our facility in Oman”. Sir Mark Lyall Grant has called on the PM to beef up Britain’s presence in the region GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”6048864077001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jeremy Hunt warns that Britain will go to war with Iran after Gulf of Oman tanker attack “]
17 Jun 19
NJ SPORTS BUZZER

Photo by Curtis Compton/Atlanta-Journal The heat is rising Atlanta, and so to are the sizzling Atlanta Braves, who made a big leap in this week’s power rankings. Firing on all cylinders as a offense, the Braves saw their long winning streak reach a season-best eight games after sweeping the Pittsburgh Pirates and then taking the […]

17 Jun 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

Lorsque Joe Booth se penchait pour ramasser un sac de magasinage lourd, son dos fut secoué. «J’ai juste senti que quelque chose se passait et je me demandais ce qui s’était passé, mais ce n’était pas initialement douloureux», se souvient Joe, 65 ans, responsable des ventes à l’exportation, résidant à Aldringham, dans le Suffolk, avec […]