In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you another recap video of the latest breaking news. Today we get into Theresa May wanting to regulate the internet, Reza Aslan CNN’s religious go to guy, major geopolitical news, and a lot more.

Blow Back

Liam Fox was the defence secretary of the UK in 2011 and he made no assessment of the threat of Islamic extremism among anti-Gaddafi rebels. It is now reported that MI5 was facilitating the travel of non-jihadi British Libyans to fight in Tripoli. Theresa May was home secretary at that time and she was the minister responsible for that decision. The Arab spring failed and the rise of Islamic State was the result.

Ryan Dawson, the Geopolitical Analyst, lays out a stark warning in this hard hitting tweet:

Cuts To Uk Police Force

Some 20,000 police jobs have been cut since the Conservatives came to power in 2010 and budgets slashed by around 4% every year when May was Home Secretary.

Paul Mason, writing in the Guardian, tells us:

“With the Isis caliphate about to collapse in Raqqa and Mosul, spreading its survivors into the refugee trails of Europe, I don’t care how much 10,000 new officers cost. The right question is: how soon can they start?”

Jeremy Corbyn is a British politician who has served as Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of the Opposition since September 12 2015. This short video shows the police expressly telling May:

“The changes that have been imposed have caused community policing to collapse. Neighbourhood policing was critical to dealing with terrorism. We run the risk here of ultimately risking national security.”

Corbyn says May should resign over this.

Saudi Arabia

Today Wikileaks tweeted that the Tory government helped Saudi Arabia get elected to the UN human rights committee.

In October 2016, Julian Borger reported in the Guardian that:

“Human rights groups also campaigned against Saudi Arabia for the high civilian death toll of its bombing campaign in Yemen, but the kingdom won one of the four seats reserved for the Asia-Pacific region.”

Russia lost its bid to become a member of the UN’s human rights council over its support of Assad against the rebels. Russia was beaten by Hungary and Croatia in the competition for two seats on the council allotted to eastern European states.

In January 2016, Saudi Arabia executed the prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr who had called for free elections in Saudi Arabia.

Corbyn wants to stop funding terrorists.

Mustafa Al-Bassam, Founder of LulzSec, points out what everyone is thinking:

Another example of the Conservatives being completely out of touch is perfectly illustrated in this short video showing Victoria Derbyshire, an English journalist and broadcaster, completely pwning Andrew Mitchell, a British Conservative Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament for Sutton Coldfield since 2001.

Derbyshire asks Mitchell:

  • what is the current minimum wage?
  • how many people are on the waiting list to be housed?
  • how many houses were built by his party last year?

He has no idea! Why would anyone vote for a person like this who knows nothing of other people’s struggles.

Learned helplessness

Terror attacks seem to happen so often now…

The regular individual feels bad when fellow citizens are murdered but essentially feels helpless. Often people express regret on their social media accounts which may be well meaning but has no effect on the frequency of said attacks.

What Can Be Done?

Question everything and never apologise for doing so. Have you noticed how terror attacks frequently happen just before an important meeting or election?

Westminster: March 22 2017

Manchester: May 22 2017

London Bridge and Borough Market: June 3 2017

UK General Election: June 8 2017

See this short video, by G3 Group, where a journalist explains that it would be remiss not to research into news events to see if they actually happened or not. 

An example of the media distorting the truth would be the gas attack in Syria, reported in the mainstream media, to try to justify hitting Assad.

The Future

If you think war is a waste of our human potential, maybe we should end the banks that fund it. Wars don’t happen by accident. Wars make a lot of money for the central banks.

Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto designed bitcoin to not need a central authority. The system is peer-to-peer, transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary.

Bitcoin is decentralized.

People are starting to look at the world and ask difficult questions. If we want to end war, we can. If we want to heal terrorism, we can. Don’t let others tell you it isn’t possible. These are all choices!

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