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Alamoudi could also have interfered in the Bosnian peace process

Abdulrahman Alamoudi met with Clinton’s National Security Advisor, Anthony Lake, in the White House on December 8, 1995 to receive a briefing on the Dayton Peace Agreement and to represent the interests of the Muslim Community.
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Donald Tusk - gives the EU Response to Article 50

https://youtu.be/dSCRsNcBvNM?t=1117
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UKIP versus EU European Union / Re: Article 50
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Today at 08:02:59 AM »
'Wearing black today':
Remainers urge EU supporters to hold candlelit VIGILS as Twitter goes into overdrive after May triggers Brexit

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4360066/Remoaners-warn-phony-war-Article-50.html
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UKIP versus EU European Union / Re: Article 50
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Today at 08:02:13 AM »
Remoaners warn the 'phony war' will be over once Article 50 is triggered as rebels led by Nick Clegg step up resistance to Brexit
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4360066/Remoaners-warn-phony-war-Article-50.html
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UKIP versus EU European Union / Re: Article 50
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Today at 07:54:15 AM »
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Anwar Hajjaj, former president of Taibah International Aid Association, which was designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. and U.N. in 2004.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/11/11/congressional-muslim-prayer-group-terror-ties.html

Hajjaj also goes by Anwar Hussain. He is listed as a 'Director of the American Open University' an Islamic University. The address is the same as that of the American Association of Airport Executives and that part of their role is aviation security
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UKIP versus EU European Union / Re: Article 50 <---- TRIGGERED
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Today at 07:32:06 AM »
Re: Article 50 <---- TRIGGERED

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Andrew Harrer-Pool/Getty Images

Trump Agenda on Offense:
7 Stories in 24 Hours Give President’s Base Hope

JOHN HAYWARD - 28 Mar 2017

Politics is one of those sports where the team playing defense doesn’t get to score many points. Democrats are working hard to keep President Trump on defense, using an even more aggressive version of the same playbook they run against every Republican president. They think the collapse of Speaker Paul Ryan’s Obamacare repeal legislation last week gave them a new first down.

Here are seven signs the Trump agenda has regained a great deal of momentum in just one day. (Excerpts)

Jeff Sessions’ crackdown on sanctuary cities.

Chicago and L.A. mayors defend sanctuary policies.

Environmental executive orders.

Ford factory expansion in America.

One-page Obamacare repeal.

Chuck Schumer’s public meltdown.

Investigating Clinton ties to Russia.


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Democrats are banking heavily on their “Resistance” mythology of a stolen election and illegitimate Trump presidency. (They did the same thing after Bush won in 2000, but now we have social media and an even more voracious news cycle to amplify their histrionics.) The problem with such a strategy is that it runs the risk of alienating people who aren’t super-partisans. Those people are also growing annoyed by the hyper-politicization of everything in American life. Political eruptions in a restaurant (Ed: Schumer) are the sort of thing that makes them groan.

Hyper-partisanship is a long pass down the field that runs a high risk of interception. It’s too easy for the other team to pick off that pass by getting things done and generating positive press. Average voters don’t follow the minutiae of Washington scandal wars the way pundits do. It’s an article of conventional political wisdom that Republicans went too far criticizing presidents Clinton and Obama at various junctures, alienating some persuadable middle voters. The same thing can happen with Trump, no matter how hard Democrats try to paint him as a uniquely divisive and objectionable president. Presidents have a great deal of power to go back on offense after setbacks, as we’re seeing right now.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/28/trump-agenda-on-offense-7-stories-in-24-hours-give-presidents-base-hope/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social
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UKIP versus EU European Union / Re: Article 50
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Today at 07:22:33 AM »

Today the Government will finally act on the historic decision of the people of this country to leave the EU
Published Mar 29, 2017
http://www.ukip.org/today_the_government_will_finally_act_on_the_historic_decision_of_the_people_of_this_country_to_leave_the_eu


UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall said, “Today the Government will finally act on the historic decision of the people of this country to leave the European Union.

“Finally, nine months after our vote the UK will formally inform the EU that we are leaving.

“UKIP is delighted that this is eventually happening. 24 years ago this party was formed to make this a reality, so it would be churlish to complain. We have been ignored, dismissed insulted and abused, but through determination and with good humour we fought on and we have succeeded.

“The 9 months delay has, of course cost the taxpayer additional billions, and has allowed those who would block the democratic will of the people to do all they can to spread discord, but we are here now.

“While negotiations continue we will continue to be the 'guard dogs of Brexit', holding the Government's feet to the fire at home and our MEPs will be working to ensure our friends on the continent do not pull any fast ones.

“We will provide the political threat to ensure no backsliding takes place and ensure that Brexit does indeed mean Exit.

“With our six key tests we have set out a reasonable and clear position by which the Government's negotiations can be held to account.

“But today, for now, we wish the Government and the Prime Minister well.

“If they fail in this historic task, 17 million people are ready to act.”
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UKIP versus EU European Union / Re: Article 50
« Last post by EvadingGrid on Today at 07:16:31 AM »
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