Category: Kings of the Earth

The vegetable Donald Trump cannot grow

The leaves of Russian Kale can be cut regularly and more leaves then grow. But does growing it turn your vegetable garden into a Kremlin plot?

It is a tasty and dependable addition to any vegetable garden, but it is one which Donald Trump’s White House gardener will not be putting on the menu any time soon. Its Latin name is Brassica napus pabularia, and it produces a succession of sweet full-flavoured leaves.  If regularly harvested, and protected from those white butterflies, …

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Bilderberg meets in Chantilly, Virginia

Henri de Castries, Chairman of Bilderberg

American and European top politicians, industrialists and bankers met last weekend to decide how the world will be run.  The Bilderberg Group gathered at Chantilly, Virginia, USA from 2nd to 4th June 2017. You don’t have to be a conspiracy theorist to be concerned about it. Firstly, these wealthy individuals rather than politicians we elect are going to …

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Russian hacking scare for General Election

Admiral Mike Rogers is talking up Russian hacking despite there being no evidence of it.

A Russian hacking scare is doing the rounds in our newspapers. Just for a change, this time the imaginary target is the UK’s General Election. However, it is not clear what they are supposed to be doing.  Are they firing off tweets?  Did they leak the Labour Manifesto?  Are they planning to flood the count with agents? …

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Prince William feted by LGBT lobby

Prince William on the cover of gay magazine Attitude

The Duke of Cambridge has received an award from a wealthy group calling itself the British LGBT awards. The LGBT group designated Prince William as ‘straight ally of the year’.  It appears the Prince was duped into supporting the homosexual activists’ Trojan horse of ‘anti-bullying’. He has even appeared on the front cover of a homosexual magazine …

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Theresa May’s Easter Message of Hypocrisy

Rt Hon Theresa May MP

Theresa May has left herself wide open to criticisms of hypocrisy after this year’s (2017) Easter message. The Prime Minister said ‘Easter is a moment to reflect’.  TEXT HERE In that case let us just reflect how her actions and those of Her Majesty’s Government measure up to what she said. We can go further …

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Beautiful babies, missiles and chocolate cake

BBC chocolate cake

News has emerged that President Trump’s emotional line about ‘beautiful babies’ in Syria’s Khan Sheikhoun came about after pressure from his daughter Ivanka. Ivanka urged her father to launch missiles into Syria last Thursday night, in blatant contradiction of his non-interventionist election stance. Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was in Moscow yesterday trying to explain US foreign …

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Replace Michael Fallon with a man of peace!

Bryony Gordon

Concerns over the stability of UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon will intensify following his latest outburst. Sir Michael, knighted in David Cameron’s resignation ‘crony honours list’ last year, has blamed Russia for civilian deaths in Syria. Untrue As reported by Reuters, he said Russia ‘bore responsibility by proxy’ for ‘every civilian death’ in Syria last week …

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Christian Voice Press Release: astonished at Boris pull-out

Not just Boris Johnson but the House of Commons now faces a Brexit Dilemma.

Christian Voice Press Release – 16:00 hrs 8th April 2017 Christian Voice has expressed astonishment at the decision of Boris Johnson to cancel a meeting with his Russian opposite number Sergey Lavrov. Stephen Green, National Director of Christian Voice, said today: ‘I am saddened and astonished that Boris Johnson has cancelled his planned meeting with …

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Missile strike follows Idlib ‘gas attack’

US destroyers launch a missile strike

President Trump has launched a missile strike against Syrian airfields.  The pretext is the alleged release of chemical weapons in the town of Khan Sheikhun the rebel-held Syrian Idlib province on Tuesday. According to the BBC, the Pentagon said 59 Tomahawk missiles were fired from Navy destroyers USS Porter and USS Ross.  They say they targeted ‘aircraft, …

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