The Greatest Fraud in British Political History

Best 11 minutes you'll spend tonight, Germany is on to the greatest fraud in British political history, it's all in here, Leave's lies, illegal spending, dubious companies, Banks' dodgy diamond mines, Farage; even a cameo by @shahmiruk
Full version here:

— Brexitshambles (@brexit_sham) April 4, 2019

BRILLIANT – If you though that was 11 minutes well spent, we recommend you invest the best 30 minutes you're ever likely to spend this week. This longer subtitled version contains extensive footage from @carolecadwalla and @EmmaLBriant
h/t @EuphoricEuler

— Brexitshambles (@brexit_sham) April 5, 2019

Controlled Grassroots Movement

Important story from @jimwaterson. Journalists and MPs have been chasing this for months. With no answers. Who is paying for the hard Brexit ads. Extraordinary & yet unsurprising that Lynton Crosby is involved. But still no answers as to who is paying???

— Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) April 3, 2019


"In almost every act of our lives we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses.
It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind."
Edward Bernays 1929

— Ron Reid (@ron611087) April 3, 2019

Italy: A Little Help from Putin

Huge story breaking in Italy. Putin agreed to a request from Lega Nord leader Matteo Salvini to covertly finance his Euro election campaign. The plan was to conceal the payment behind an apparently normal business deal. Sound familiar? via @espressonline

— David Clark (@David_K_Clark) February 22, 2019

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Now it's available in German too. Publisher is an Austrian social-democratic magazine.

— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) February 22, 2019


In English.

— Goetz Kluge (@Bonnetmaker) February 22, 2019

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“The Power of Illegal Immigration to Manipulate Popular Sentiment”

Roger Stone, a longtime adviser to Donald Trump, is credited, along with fellow political consultant Sam Nunberg, in coming up with the idea to build a wall across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border did not come from security analysts following years of study or through evidence that a wall would reduce illegal immigration. Amazingly, for something so central to the current U.S. president, the wall came about as a “mnemonic device” thought up by a pair of political consultants to remind Donald Trump to talk about illegal immigration. […]

Inside Trump’s circle, the power of illegal immigration to manipulate popular sentiment was readily apparent, and his advisers brainstormed methods for keeping their attention-addled boss on message,

writes Joshua Green, author of Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Nationalist Uprising. []

Stuart Anderson, Forbes, 2019-01-04

Where the idea for Donald Trump's wall came from:

— Forbes (@Forbes) January 6, 2019


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