Chemical Weapons Raining down on Gaza Today


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Just when leaders meet to discuss giving more powers to the OPCW to point the blame of the use of chemical weapons, Israel blatantly uses them against Palestinians in Gaza.

Nothing to breath, inhale and exhale but toxic tear gas….Today, Gaza, occupied Palestine, 29 June 2018.

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Thomas Channon, 18, was on his first holiday with friends celebrating the end of his A-levels when he fell 70ft at the Eden Roc apartments in Majorca.

His body was discovered by a gardener later that morning and on further investigation it appeared that he was staying at another nearby complex and had been separated from his friends.

The police have said he fell from a balcony; however his friends say he tumbled from a low-walled walkway into the private gardens below.

Thomas is the third British holidaymaker to have died at the Eden Roc this year and demands are being made to take action about the “walkway of death”.

“Walkway of Death”- photo courtesy of The Sun

In June, Tom Hughes aged 20, also died after falling about 65ft from the apartment block and previously in April Natalie Cormack, 19, also fell to her death.

There have been a number of other balconies falls this year in Magaluf and authorities have issued warnings about holidaymakers taking risks on hotel balconies abroad.

tomie Jones says- the people that are falling from the balconies or jumping drunk and attempting to land in the pool below . Well, that is what the local authorities would like you to believe. drunk, foolish and fatal.Stop think the actual walkways between flats have a barrier that is low depending on the person it can be waist level or lower . You stagger yes drunk to your apartment, or worse still the apartment of somebody else and over you go minus your wallet, cash credit cards . IT IS BECOMING A COVERUP, TOO MANY BRITS TAKING THE DIVE, IT is an unsubstantiated opinion, never the less, you young brits beware of strangers offering gifts, sexual gifts. YOU STAGGER TOWARDS THE LOW BARRIER AND A GENTLE PUSH GONE70FT  SPLAT !. STOP THINK THESE DEATHS HAVE TAKEN PLACE IN ONE BLOCK OF FLATS THE 3 DEAD BRITS WERE NOT STAYING IN THESE FLATS  BUT NEARBY.    STOP THINK!



This Facebook comment about Jeremy Corbyn and the General Election is going viral on social media.

Chris Renwick’s post has garnered 5,700 shares so far and has been reposted across social media ever since it went up last week.

Here’s the comment in full (tell us what you think below):

Here’s what I’m really struggling to understand. All I’ve ever heard from people, for years, is:

“bloody bankers and their bonuses”
“bloody rich and their offshore tax havens “
“bloody politicians with their lying and second homes” 
“bloody corporations paying less tax than me”
“bloody Establishment, they’re all in it together”
“it’ll never change, there’s no point in voting”

And quite rightly so, I said all the same things.

But then someone comes along that’s different. He upsets the bankers and the rich. The Tory politicians hate him along with most of the labour politicians. The corporations throw more money at the politicians to keep him quiet. And the Establishment is visibly shaken. I’ve never seen the Establishment so genuinely scared of a single person.

So the media arm of the establishment gets involved. Theresa phones Rupert asking what he can do, and he tells her to keep her mouth shut, don’t do the live debate, he’ll sort this out. So the media goes into overdrive with:

“she’s strong and stable”
“he’s a clown”
“he’s not a leader”
“look he can’t even control his own party”
“he’ll ruin the economy”
“how’s he gonna pay for it all?!”
“he’s a terrorist sympathiser, burn him, burn the terrorist sympathiser”

And what do we? We’ve waited forever for an honest politician to come along but instead of getting behind him we bow to the establishment like good little workers. They whistle and we do a little dance for them. We run around like hypnotised robots repeating headlines we’ve read, all nodding and agreeing. Feeling really proud of ourselves because we think we’ve came up with our very own first political opinion. But we haven’t, we haven’t come up with anything. This is how you tell. No matter where someone lives in the country, they’re repeating the same headlines, word for word. From Cornwall to Newcastle people are saying:

“he’s a clown”
“he’s a threat to the country”
“she’s strong and stable”
“he’ll take us back to the 70s”

And there’s nothing else, there’s no further opinion. There’s no evidence apart from one radio 5 interview that isn’t even concrete evidence, he actually condemns the violence of both sides in the interview. There’s no data or studies or official reports to back anything up. Try and think really hard why you think he’s a clown, other than the fact he looks like a geography teacher (no offence geography teachers) because he hasn’t done anything clownish from what I’ve seen.

And you’re not on this planet if you think the establishment and the media aren’t all in it together.

You think Richard Branson, who’s quietly winning NHS contracts, wants Corbyn in?
You think Rupert Murdoch, who’s currently trying to widen his media monopoly by buying sky outright, wants Jeremy in?
You think the Barclay brothers, with their offshore residencies, want him in?
You think Philip Green, who stole all the pensions from BHS workers and claims his wife owns Top Shop because she lives in Monaco, wants Corbyn in?
You think the politicians, both Labour and Tory, with their second homes and alcohol paid for by us, want him in?
You think Starbucks, paying near zero tax, wants him in?
You think bankers, with their multi million pound bonuses, want him in?

And do you think they don’t have contact with May? Or with the media? You honestly think that these millionaires and billionaires are the sort of people that go “ah well, easy come easy go, it was nice while it lasted”?? I wouldn’t be if my personal fortune was at risk, I’d be straight on the phone to Theresa May or Rupert Murdoch demanding this gets sorted immediately.

Because here’s a man, a politician that doesn’t lie and can’t lie. He could have said whatever would get him votes anytime he wanted but he hasn’t. He lives in a normal house like us and uses the bus just like us. He’s fought for justice and peace for nearly 40 years. He has no career ambitions. And his seat is untouchable. That’s one of the greatest testimonies. No one comes close to removing him from his constituency, election after election.

His Manifesto is fully costed. It all adds up, yes there’s some borrowing but that’s just to renationalise the railway, you know we already subsidise them and they make profit yeah? One more time… WE subsidise the railway companies and they walk away with a profit, just try and grasp the level of piss taking going on there.

Unlike the Tory manifesto with a £9 billion hole, their figures don’t even add up.

And it benefits all of us, young, old, working, disabled, everyone. The only people it hurts are the establishment, the rich, the bankers, the top 5% highest earners.

Good, screw them, it’s long overdue. #VoteLabour #ForTheManyNotTheFew !

MELANIA TRUMP -THE FIRST LADY OF america gets most of her kit off for nude photo shoot

Melania Trump – the First Lady in our nude photo shoot

This should get your juices going  or maybe not, bit old for you NODDY

Sixteen years ago we profiled Donald Trump‘s then-girlfriend Melania Knauss. Now his wife, Melania featured in our naked profile shoot on his customised Boeing 727 wearing handcuffs, wielding diamonds and holding a chrome pistol (it was the lads mag era after all). It makes for some interesting reading today, considering Donald Trump’s success in the US election

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We were bombarded by requests to shoot Melania,” GQ editor Dylan Jones said when asked about our January 2000 nude shoot with Melania Trump, after we had dug through the archives and published the images online in March 2016. “Given that she was obviously so keen to be featured in GQ, we came up with a rather kitsch and camp story for her to feature in.” Donald Trump also requested that photographs be delivered to his office. “We framed the cover and a selection of prints and sent them as soon as we could.”

It appears the First Lady is rather proud of the images: the new White House website lists the cover shoot as one of her greatest achievements. Recently it has become a source of controversy as questions are raised over how Melania secured her US visa.

Now you know the back story, scroll down to see the article and images that were originally published in the January 2000 issue of British GQ.

Want jet-set chic? Then sex, style and 18-carat gold seat belts are essential. Supermodel Melania [now Mrs Donald Trump] is the launch pad for 14 pages of high living.


There was a time when the Mile High Club was a stand-up organisation. The price of entry was a stolen moment in the cramped and hardly seductive surroundings of a 747 loo, and the penalties for being caught were harsh. Which is a shame when you consider the undeniable frission travelling at 30,000 feet adds to any assignation. Now airlines have wised-up, with Virgin Atlantic offering double beds to its Upper Class passengers. But if you’re going to get that all-important upgrade, then you’re going to have to join the jet set. And there are rules.


Enter high-spirited Donald Trump to show us how it’s done. The billionaire New York property magnate, Reform Party presidential candidate and proud owner of this custom-fitted 727 (even the seat buckles are 18-carat gold) is an expert in the art of in-flight entertainment. And his personal hostess, 26-year-old Slovenian supermodel Melania Knauss, might just end up as the next First Lady. Flight of fancy? Not if The Donald has his way.


Heavyweight political commentators may scoff, but the delectable Miss Knauss is relishing the prospect of a future pressing the flesh on state occasions. “I will put all my effort into it, and I will support my man,” she said recently.

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“She’s popular, she’s brilliant, she’s a wonderful woman,” says Trump with uncharacteristic understatement. And who are we to disagree? Not only does she manage to keep a man fabled for his erections (the latest is the Trump World Tower on New York’s First Avenue) on the right flight path, but she’s also fluent in four languages. Very handy for those summit meetings.

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Tory minister endorses making hostile environment for homeless people even more hostile

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Kit Malthouse, the new housing minister, thinks that homeless people can be simply “incentivised” out of their homelessness.

The new Conservative Housing Minister has a very controversial record on homelessness, during his tenure at Westminster City Council – in that he wasn’t fond of there being any homeless people within Westminster and tried to clear them from the City. He once claimed that homeless people in the UK are “too comfortable” sleeping on the streets and suggested that “hosing them out of doorways” was the ‘right’ policy approach, it has been reported.

He’s not much of a housing enthusiast, evidently. Malthouse was previously elected to the London Assembly seat of West Central, and within days was also appointed by Boris Johnson as Deputy Mayor for Policing, a role in which he served for four years. In 2012 he was moved to become the first Deputy Mayor for Business and Enterprise, with a…

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Donald Trump plays golf in Scotland as thousands protest against UK visit

Donald Trump waves at protestors while playing golf at Turnberry (Jane Barlow/PA)

Donald Trump took to his Scottish golf course as thousands of people protested against the US president’s continuing visit to the UK.

The US leader was heckled by a group of activists who branded him a “racist” as he teed off at his Turnberry golf resort in South Ayrshire with his son Eric where they are staying for two nights on the private leg of his trip.

At the same time, protesters marched through Edinburgh to demonstrate against Mr Trump, with police estimating 9,000 people had taken to the streets.

It followed widespread protests on Friday with a large march in London and events staged in cities including Glasgow and Belfast in opposition to the president’s views and policies.

At Turnberry, protesters who had gathered on the nearby beach climbed a hill to ensure the president  could see them when he took to the golf course.

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Donald Trump plays golf at Turnberry and gets pelters from protesters

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Mr Trump, the 45th president of the US, waved as they shouted: “No Trump, no KKK, no racist USA.”

He was dressed in navy, with a windshielder jacket with the US presidential emblem on it. Mr Trump was also wearing a white baseball cap with USA on the front in navy letters, while one side bore the American flag and the other had the number 45 on it.

In Edinburgh, crowds gathered outside the Scottish Parliament before setting off for the city’s meadows area for a Carnival of Resistance event, where the 20ft Trump baby balloon was flown.

Police Scotland said there were no arrests during the protest events on Friday and Saturday.

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A mass protest against the president is being held in Edinburgh Credit: Lesley Martin/PA

The president and his wife Melania arrived in Scotland on board Air Force One on Friday evening, before travelling by motorcade to the Trump Turnberry resort – one of two Scottish golf courses he owns.

It comes after the president spent Friday meeting both Theresa May and the Queen on what is Mr Trump’s first visit to the UK as president.

On Saturday, Mr Trump tweeted: “I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf – my primary form of exercise!

“The weather is beautiful, and this place is incredible! Tomorrow I go to Helsinki for a Monday meeting with Vladimir Putin.”

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I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf – my primary form of exercise! The weather is beautiful, and this place is incredible! Tomorrow I go to Helsinki for a Monday meeting with Vladimir Putin.

A massive security operation is in place at Turnberry and Police Scotland are investigating after a paraglider flew over the area on Friday night with a sign claiming Mr Trump is “well below par”.

The incident, which took place shortly after the president and first lady had arrived, is being treated as a “breach of the air exclusion zone”, the force said.

Police keep watch as Mr Trump plays golf at Turnberry
Police keep watch as Mr Trump plays golf at Turnberry Credit: Andrew Miligan/PA

In Edinburgh, Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard told the crowd: “Donald Trump is not welcome here. The horrific scenes at the Mexican border are just the latest example of his repudiation of decent human values. Caging children like animals is barbaric and we simply cannot roll out the red carpet for a US president who treats people that way.

“These demonstrations are not simply just about the politics of Donald Trump, it is about his moral values as well.”

While the protests took place Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon – who is not scheduled to meet the president – led a Pride march in Glasgow.

She said she had been a “wee bit tickled” by reports Mr Trump “hates her” and has been “bitching” about her to Theresa May.

Nicola Sturgeon leading the Pride march in Glasgow
Nicola Sturgeon leading the Pride march in Glasgow Credit: David Cheskin/PA

The First Minister said: “I find it hard to believe that the president of the United States with all the big important issues that he has to deal with on a daily basis, finds the time to rant about me on the telephone to Theresa May.

“If it is true, I suppose I should take it as a compliment, I certainly don’t spend that much time talking about him.”

Despite the widespread protests, supporters of Donald Trump gathered in London on Saturday to back a march for jailed far-right leader Tommy Robinson.

The march to Downing Street was kept at a distance from a counter-protest in Parliament Square, the day after an estimated 100,000-plus rallied through London in opposition to the US president.

Most on Saturday focused on 35-year-old Robinson, real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, who was jailed for 13 months for contempt of court after filming people involved in a criminal trial and broadcasting the footage on social media.

Some waved “Britain Loves Trump” placards, wore Mr Trump’s red Make America Great Again caps and cheered at mentions of the US leader.