by Jonathan Azaziah
The slaughter of Christians on Easter in #Lahore today was beyond sick but it wasn’t “senseless” as many a geopolitical analyst have described. It was strategic, it was deliberate, and as is the case with everything our “chosenite” enemy does, it was well-timed. In this instance, to perfectly coincide with the aftermath of the Jewish revenge festival known as Purim, just like the #Brussels attack and the murderous bombing of the soccer game in #Iraq. Continue reading False Flag Terror Attack On Christians In Lahore Is All About Purim
by “Tyler Durden”, Zero Hedge
Slowly but surely Europe is figuring out that as a result of the western economic and financial blockade of Russian, it is Europe itself that is suffering the most. And while Germany was first to acknowledge this late in 2014 when its economy swooned and is now on the verge of a recession, now others are catching on. Case in point: the former head of the European Commission, and Italy’s former Prime Minister, Romano Prodi who told Messaggero newspaper that the “weaker Russian economy is extremely unprofitable for Italy.” Continue reading Russia’s “Startling” Proposal To Europe: Dump The US, Join The Eurasian Economic Union
Belgian police and a few hundred protesters, including many dockers, clashed in central Brussels on Thursday after a largely peaceful march against reforms and cost-cutting measures of the new centre-right government.
Several cars were overturned or set on fire and assorted projectiles thrown at the lines of police, who responded with pepper spray and water cannon. Police finally cleared the area with a charge late in the afternoon.
A police spokesman declined to say how many people had been detained and how many police and protesters injured.
Around 100,000 Belgians had earlier marched through central Brussels in protest against the new government’s savings measures. It was the first in a series of demonstrations and strikes planned over coming weeks. Continue reading 100,000 Belgium protesters clash with police after austerity march