Daily Archive: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Theresa May’s Chief Of Staff Sent Late Night Reply To Pornographic Tweets
Theresa May's chief of staff Gavin Barwell is facing questions after he responded to a Twitter account which posted pornographic images and videos.

The Prime Minister‘s right hand man in Downing Street, responded to a tweet from the account @twinkystar_69, which had three graphic clips showing people having sex – at 9.21pm on Monday. One post involving two ‘teen …
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">“We Can Make Lots Of Money Out Of It”; Piers Morgan Accuses Omarosa Of Offering Him Sex To Win Celebrity Apprentice
"A showmance. You know, a romance on the show, we get it on together. Happens all the time on ‘Apprentice.’ Everyone has sex together" Omarosa told Morgan

British journalist Piers Morgan said Tuesday that former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman offered him sex in exchange for winning “Celebrity Apprentice” on which they both appeared. Morgan blasted Omarosa as a “poisonous little …

Only Three People In Trump’s Cabinet Supported Him To Move US Embassy To Jerusalem: Former Trump Aide
Only three members of the president Trump’s cabinet wanted to move the Israeli embassy to Jerusalem, former Trump aide Sebastian Gorka said.

Speaking to a crowd at a D.C. Young Republicans event Monday night, Gorka said: “this is from a cabinet member — I can’t give you the cabinet member’s name — but the decision to move our …

Israeli regime violating international laws by detaining teen
The Israeli regime is violating the International Convention on the Rights of the Child by detaining a Palestinian teenager for slapping an Israeli trooper, UN human rights experts said on Tuesday.

After the courageous incident, Ahed Tamimi, 17, appeared before an Israeli regime’s military court. The UN experts called for her release, saying that future hearings should be held in strict accordance with international legal standards. …

Bahraini popular uprising withstands Al Khalifa’s seven years of brutality
14 February 2018 marks the seventh anniversary of the popular uprising by Bahrainis against the Al Khalifa dynasty, which is backed by the West and despotic Persian Gulf Arab regimes.

Daily peaceful protests which have been gone on almost on a daily basis since 14February 2011 have been met with a brutal crackdown by the ruling Al Khalifa regime. In the tiny but strategic Persian …