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Name: Stephen Green
Date registered: 19 August 2011

Latest posts

  1. Prayer for Cabinet appointments — 14 July 2016
  2. Jeremy Corbyn and Labour Rules — 12 July 2016
  3. Andrea Leadsom gives PM job to May — 11 July 2016
  4. Brexit ‘Could be reversed’ – Kerry — 2 July 2016
  5. BILDERBERG Meets in Dresden — 2 July 2016

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  2. BBC will need a miracle to change — 295 comments
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  4. Boris snubs Christian bus adverts — 126 comments
  5. Tesco-funded Gay Pride ‘shambles’ snakes through London. — 124 comments

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Jul 14

Prayer for Cabinet appointments

Permanent Under-Secretary Simon McDonald welcomes Boris Johnson to the Foreign Office last night.

Last night, new Prime Minister Theresa May made six senior appointments, covering the three great offices of state (Chancellor, Home Office, Foreign Office), and created two new post-Brexit positions.  Continue to pray for her appointments today. BORIS JOHNSON The most astonishing appointment last night was that of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary.  Mr Johnson is said …

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Jul 12

Jeremy Corbyn and Labour Rules

The Labour Party’s National Executive Committee meets today to decide whether Jeremy Corbyn, the incumbent leader, may go forward to a leadership ballot without being nominated by MPs. Those Labour MPs who wanted to oust Corbyn were hoping they could keep him off the ballot paper in a leadership contest. If he failed to get …

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Jul 11

Andrea Leadsom gives PM job to May

Andrea Leadsom

The reasons Andrea Leadsom MP has given for pulling out of the Conservative leadership race seem perfectly plausible but do not totally convince. Eighty-four colleagues supported her, but she said, “Nevertheless, this is less than 25% of the parliamentary party and after careful consideration I do not believe this is sufficient support to lead a …

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Jul 02

Brexit ‘Could be reversed’ – Kerry

The United State’s top foreign policy official has said the British vote to leave the European Union could be ‘reversed’.  Clearly, the United Kingdom’s dramatic #Brexit vote has upset the kings of the earth and Kerry has let the cat out the bag that they intend to prevent it. Speaking at the Aspen Institute, a …

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Jul 02

BILDERBERG Meets in Dresden

Taschenbeinpalais hotel in Dresden surrounded by guards and concrete for the Bilderberg meeting of the 'kings of the earth'

The world’s movers and shakers met from 9th to 12th June in Germany behind tight armed security. Chaired by Henri de Castries, Chairman and CEO of the giant AXA insurance group, it was the first time for a while that the men with the money were seriously worried. The topsecret, fourday meeting was held in …

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Jul 01

European Union falling apart

Ministers and officials from Spain,

The European Union appears to be splitting in two in the wake of the Brexit Referendum. The day after the result was announced, the foreign ministers of the founding six, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg and the Netherlands met in Berlin.  No-one else was invited. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Germany’s foreign minister, said European leaders have to meet …

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Jun 21

Bexley opposes children’s return

By Stephen Green In an astonishing development, a London Borough Council has told four children unjustly taken into care that they are opposing their parents’ court application to have them returned. The news, delivered by a Bexley Council social worker last month, resulted in the couple’s eldest daughter trying to commit suicide. The case is …

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Jun 20

European Union’s Roman Empire

Is the European Parliament Tower in Strasbourg modeled on the Tower of Babel, the Colisseum in Rome, or both? Why was Rome called ‘the Eternal City’? Who was the first Eurocrat, who drafted the Treaty of Rome and decided where it would be signed? What did he say about reviving the Roman Empire? View my …

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