UKIP leader Gerard Batten claims Muslim rape gangs follow ‘Cult of Prophet Muhammad’


On July 14, supporters of the imprisoned Tommy Robinson gathered to protest for his release from jail, claiming that he had been specifically targeted by the UK government because of his outspoken reporting on largely Muslim rape gangs.

Speaking at the London rally, UKIP leader Gerard Batten told protestors that such rape gangs were inspired “by the cult of Muhammad”. In his short speech about Islam and its effect on British society, Mr Batten claimed that “the founder of their cult was himself a pedophile who kept sex slaves.”

His controversial comments sparked reactions from both sides of the political spectrum, with Hope Not Hate condemning his “vile comments”, while most others lauded Mr Batten for his honesty, with some claiming he speaks “for the silent majority”.

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Earlier this year Mr Batten came into the spotlight once again following his comments on the Westminster Islamic terrorist attack, when he labelled Islam “a death cult”.

Despite critics calling him “Islamophobic”, Mr Batten asserted that everything he said about Islam was “factually and historically true”, urging people to look “at the history of Islam” which is characterized by “Invasion, violence and intimidation”.


Nancy Pelosi: Russia has something on Trump, explains ‘his refusal to stand up to Putin’ at summit

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., speaks with reporters at the Capitol in Washington, Thursday, June 21, 2018. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite) ** FILE **

By Alex Swoyer

House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi suggested the Kremlin is blackmailing President Trump Monday, suggesting Russia has something against the president as the two world leaders met in Helsinki, Finland.

Her comments came as Mr. Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a press conference wrapping up their summit, which lasted several hours.

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Early Monday, Mrs. Pelosi said Mr. Trump appeared “afraid” of Mr. Putin during remarks at the Center for American Progress.

Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon also told BuzzFeed News Monday it’s likely the Russians have a “pee tape” or a similar allegation detailed in the unverified dossier compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele about Mr. Trump during the 2016 election.

The president has denied the allegations detailed in the dossier, calling it fake. The dossier was compiled by Mr. Steele on behalf of Fusion GPS, an opposition research firm hired by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

One bizarre allegation included in the controversial document is that Mr. Trump watched prostitutes urinate on a hotel bed in Moscow in 2013.

“It’s a standard strategy of Russia when people visit there who are important to try to get compromising information on them — to set them up with hookers, to tape everything that goes on in the room — so it’s likely they have that,” Mr. Merkley said.


Emergency Report: The Censorship Master Plan Decoded

An emergency report to Congress and to the president concerning Big Tech, the Democrats and the Deep State’s plan to kill the First Amendment in America

Mike Adams | – JULY 16, 2018

This key report, prepared for lawmakers and for President Trump, serves as a roadmap on how tech giants covertly silence online speech – and how America can fight back against these monopolists working in sync with corporate media and left-leaning “fact checking” sites.

To date, no one has assembled a comprehensive compendium of the aggressive censorship strategies and mechanisms now being deployed against users being targeted by the tech giants. This document aims to serve as a primer “blueprint” to explain both the motivations behind the extreme censorship as well as the technical/mechanical means through which such censorship is carried out.

This document should be required reading for any lawmaker or government official interested in protecting the freedom of speech that has served as a critical pillar in our society for over two centuries.

Click here for a fullscreen, printable version.

For a brief overview of what the report contains, please watch the following:

Hungary: Border protection is a very important responsibility, security is our number one priority


Hungary and its citizens’ security continues to be the Hungarian government’s “number one priority”, Peter Szijjarto, the foreign minister, said in New York on Friday.

During talks on the United Nations’ global migration package, Szijjarto said that Hungary has recently seen “what illegal migration is like, when crowds of people cross the country to reach better-off western Europe”. “The events have proved that border protection is a very important responsibility,” he added.

The Hungarian government disagrees with the final draft of the package, because it sees it as “one with the rights of migrants at its centre”, Szijjarto said, and insisted that “focus should also be given to the rights of those that want to live in peace and security in their own homelands”.

Seeing previous drafts of the document, Hungary had mulled leaving the negotiations before, Szijjarto said, but then stayed because “we believe in dialogue based on mutual respect and trust”.

The final version, however, still contains points the Hungarian government cannot agree with, he said. He cited the preamble of the text stating that migration is a basic human right and an unquestionably favourable tendency as an example.

In Hungary’s view, illegal migration should not be encouraged. Finding adequate solutions to labour market and demographic challenges should be each country’s decision, he said. No country should be pressured with the notion that migration is the only solution, he said.

Instead of facilitating migration, the focus should be on handling its root causes, helping where help is really needed, he said. Hungary’s migration policy is based on common sense, he said. Only legal entries are allowed in Hungary, he said. “We shall preserve Hungary a Hungarian state,” he added.


WATCH Stumbling EU Chief at NATO Summit

By Dan Lyman

Video footage showing top officials assisting a stumbling Jean-Claude Juncker at the NATO summit in Brussels has sparked speculation about the EU chief’s condition.

The President of the European Commission is observed repeatedly losing his balance and having difficulty ascending a small staircase while looking disoriented.

Juncker can also be seen liberally administering affectionate kisses to his male counterparts.

A variety of leaders, including Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and French President Emmanuel Macron, can be seen lending their assistance to keep Juncker upright during a gala and photo op.

Additionally, the Sun reports, “Photos also emerged of Mr Juncker appearing to mock the US President by sitting in the American chief’s seat and posing for the cameras.”

Juncker was eventually taken away in a wheelchair.

Many users on social media have offered their opinion that Juncker was intoxicated, and additional video evidence lends credibility to the theory.

While Juncker’s allies attribute his condition to ongoing health issues, other officials have accused him of being intoxicated.

“Shameful appearance of Jean-Claude Juncker at the NATO Summit: Several people must support the apparently fall-drunk president of the European Commission, so that he can still somehow keep on his feet!” tweeted German MP Martin Reichardt.


12 Russians accused of hacking Democrats in 2016 US election

By Eric Tucker

WASHINGTON (AP) — Twelve Russian intelligence officers were indicted on charges they hacked into Democratic email accounts during the 2016 U.S. presidential election and released stolen information in the months before Americans headed to the polls, the Justice Department said Friday.

The indictment — which comes days before President Donald Trump holds a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin — was the clearest allegation yet of Russian efforts to meddle in American politics. U.S. intelligence agencies have said the interference was aimed at helping the presidential campaign of Republican Donald Trump and harming the election bid of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.

The indictment lays out a sweeping and coordinated effort to break into key Democratic email accounts, including those belonging to the Democratic National Committee, the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

The charges come as special counsel Robert Mueller investigates potential coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign to influence the presidential election. The indictment does not allege that Trump campaign associates were involved in the hacking efforts or that any American was knowingly in contact with Russian intelligence officers.

The indictment also does not allege that any vote tallies were altered by hacking.

Still, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said the internet “allows foreign adversaries to attack Americans in new and unexpected ways. Free and fair elections are hard-fought and contentious and there will always be adversaries who work to exacerbate domestic differences and try to confuse, divide and conquer us.”

Before Friday, 20 people and three companies had been charged in the Mueller investigation. That includes four former Trump campaign and White House aides, three of whom have pleaded guilty to different crimes and agreed to cooperate, as well as 13 Russians accused of participating in a hidden but powerful social media campaign to sway American public opinion in the 2016 election.

Hours before the Justice Department announcement, Trump complained anew that the special counsel’s investigation is complicating his efforts to forge a better working relationship with Russia. Trump and Putin are to hold talks Monday in Finland, a meeting largely sought by Trump.

Trump said at a news conference Friday near London with British Prime Minister Theresa May that he wasn’t going into the meeting with Putin with “high expectations.”

“We do have a — a political problem where — you know in the United States we have this stupidity going on. Pure stupidity,” he said, referring to Mueller’s probe. “But it makes it very hard to do something with Russia. Anything you do, it’s always going to be, ‘Oh, Russia, he loves Russia.'”

“I love the United States,” Trump continued. “But I love getting along with Russia and China and other countries.”