you know, non peep's our actions and deeds show, "How We Communicate", our true intentions without really saying it, it reveals the inner motives, like how they got all those brainwashed idiots, to give up their rights, only for them to cry about it after, they were mostly fake people who voted for it (vote rigging no surprise there), and other were victims of subtle mind control prompts ad techniques, like the problem reaction solution, they created all those recent school shootings, so they could spin it for them to take your rights away, they create a problem, then offer a seemingly workable solution, but it never is, you cannot make a deal with the devil, and hope that he honours the agreement, the clues in the name, the great deceiver, the unclean tongue, the prince of lies, come on now, you don't think you would actually get a good deal, from them do you?, when they make statement expressing their false will for peace, yet sell all the weapons, even the UK government is doing the same, and is helping to fund war crimes and human rights atrocities across the globe, and i shall now show you how, the guns get shipped in or made in manufacturing plants in the UK for the military industrial complex, its wrong A.F and quite illegal under un-treaty on human rights, how can we live free from fear or threat of violence, when they are arming every nutter on the block, all arms manufacturing plants are operating illegally, and the only reason it is allowed to go on is that A most government mp's and officials have stakes in the companies making them, so they have a conflict of interests for a start, and B they make even more money from selling them internationally £35.3bn. Defence expenditure in 2016/17. 5th Biggest defence budget in the world. £538. UK spend per person on defence in 2016/17. (third highest in NATO). 2.2% Percentage of GDP spent on defence in 2016. £8.7bn. Spend on new equipment and infrastructure in 2016/17, and selling them internationally Britain has dramatically increased the value of weaponry and defence equipment it sells to the world’s most repressive regimes since vows by senior ministers to expand arms exports after the Brexit vote. Figures seen by i show that the Government cleared export licences worth £2.9bn in the 12 months after June 2016 to 35 countries considered not free by Freedom House, a respected international think-tank. The figure represents a 28 per cent increase on the 12 months before the Brexit vote. Human rights Among the countries to which ministers have given the green light for military equipment sales are Equatorial Guinea, considered to be one of the most corrupt and repressive countries in the world. Licences worth £1m were also granted for Azerbaijan, accused by human rights campaigners of conducting a vicious campaign against freedom of expression, while Uzbekistan, which is rated by Freedom House as one of the least free countries in the world, was granted a licence to import military vehicle components worth nearly £200,000. The Government has singled out arms sales as a priority area for Britain’s post-Brexit trade push. Prior to his resignation last year, former Defence Secretary Michael Fallon vowed at the world’s largest arms fair in London that Britain would spread its wings across the world with increased weaponry and equipment sales. The Government insists that the UK has robust measures in place to allow ethical defence exports which are worth £5.9bn a year to the British economy. ‘Sales to tyrants’ But campaigners claim that official figures for defence export licences raise worrying questions that Britain is prioritising arms sales to tyrants as it seeks new markets abroad. Much of the increase in sales to authoritarian countries is accounted for by a £1.1bn deal signed with Oman last June for combat aircraft and components. But the data shows that the UK also granted licences to sell tear gas to the Gulf country, which is accused of cracking down on freedom of assembly, as well as anti-riot equipment to Thailand and crowd control ammunition to the United Arab Emirates. Saudi Arabia Despite a military coup in Thailand in 2014 and subsequent criticism of heavy-handed army control, UK military exports to the country quadrupled to £16m last year. Britain biggest single export market remains Saudi Arabia, with licences worth £1.12bn granted last year amid continuing condemnation of British weaponry by the kingdom in its bombing campaign in Yemen. The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), which collated the figures, said the Government, including Prime Minister Theresa May, was courting favour with authoritarian regimes at the expense of human rights. Andrew Smith, CAAT spokesman, said: Theresa May has talked about building a ‘global Britain’ but it can’t be one that willingly ignores human rights abuses and prioritises arms sales to tyrants. The UK’s post-Brexit future has to aspire to better than exporting weapons and war. These arms sales could have devastating consequences for years to come. How low will the Government sink in order to build its political and trading relationships? Freedom index The data, based on official Government figures, shows Britain increased its exports to 17 out 35 countries considered by Freedom House to be “not free” when judged against human rights criteria. Uzbekistan is rated as scoring three out of 100 on the organisation’s freedom index, while Equatorial Guinea is rated at eight. The UK scores 95. Among the largest arms sales increases was a doubling to £31m of export licences to Bahrain, which has been criticised for its repression of pro-democracy protests, and a year-on-year increase of £90m in sales to the UAE. In several cases, the exports were granted for humanitarian reasons. Licences worth £900,000 for South Sudan, in the grip of a vicious tribal conflict last year, were for protective equipment to enable United Nations and NGO personnel to operate in the country. Of the £21m of exports to Afghanistan, some £14m was for equipment to detect terrorist bombs, while the majority of the £1.5m of firearms and equipment approved for Djibouti was for anti-piracy operations. Military ties But critics argue Britain is turning a blind eye to abuses in some of its export markets. Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle, a member of the select committee on arms control exports, told i: The Government’s back of the envelope post Brexit industrial policy is to have Liam Fox drum up as much new international business for UK arms manufacturers as possible. But with the UK’s broken arms export control regime, this so-called strategy further erodes human rights and global security. In value, Britain’s arms exports are worth about the same as its exports in beverages. This plan is less a plan for improving British public finances in the wake of Brexit but more one for lining the pockets of the shareholders of British arms dealers. It is another policy designed to benefit the few over the many.” Britain has also been reinforcing its military ties with the controversial leadership in countries including Turkey and the Philippines. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox this weekend visited Turkey, with which Britain signed a £100m military aircraft deal last year despite concerns about thousands of arrests following the failed coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. When Mr Fox’s Department for International Trade was created in the wake of the Brexit vote, the Government said he will personally lead on helping the defence and security industries to export. According to trade body ADS, Britain’s defence industry generates £23bn a year, of which £5.9bn is exports.Britain is now the second biggest arms dealer in the world, and here is why there are so many foreign wars and terrorist groups, because the government is funding arming and training them official government figures show – with most of the weapons fuelling deadly conflicts in the Middle East.
Since 2010 Britain has also sold arms to 39 of the 51 countries ranked not free on the Freedom House Freedom in the world report, and 22 of the 30 countries on the UK Government’s own human rights watch list. A full two-thirds of UK weapons over this period were sold to Middle Eastern countries, where instability has fed into increased risk of terror threats to Britain and across the West. Meanwhile statistics collated by UK Trade and Investment, a government body that promotes British exports abroad, show the UK has sold more arms than Russia, China, or France on average over the last 10 years. Only the United States is a bigger exporter. The UK is one of the world’s most successful defence exporters, averaging second place in the global rankings on a rolling ten-year basis, making it Europe’s leading defence exporter in the period,” the body boasted in a report released this summer.(what a arse, boasting about selling weapons that are killing people, pure c**t's Ministers, who must sign-off all arms export licences, say the current system is robust and that they have revoked permission to export defence equipment in the past – for example in Russia and Ukraine. (yeah cos they are making money from it, the sick fucks), the Government has also ignored calls to stop selling weapons to repressive regimes, including Saudi Arabia, which has been accused by UN bodies of potentially committing war crimes in its military operation in Yemen against Houthi rebels. Both the European Parliament and the House of Commons International Development Committee have called for exports to the autocracy to stop, but the Government says it has not seen evidence of Saudi war crimes. (really fuck off, all that spy satellite gear with pinpoint accuracy in hd from space and they say they havnt seen anything, im pretty sure mass graves are visible from space, and that is a a war crime, fucking arseholes besides the other evidence
this guy is right!!
really no evidence what utter deceptive bullshit that is, just look the traditional way with your eyes its not that hard,
The Saudi-led coalition has bombed multiple international hospitals run by the charity Médecins Sans Frontières, as well as schools and wedding parties. Food factories have also been hit, as Yemen faces severe food shortages. Human rights groups say there is evidence civilian targets are being deliberately hit. The coalition has opened investigations into a number of incidents and has repeatedly claimed in statements that the coalition "is committed to full respect for international humanitarian law in the conduct of our operations in Yemen.
A joint analysis conducted by the Independent and Campaign Against the Arms Trade found £10bn in arms licences were issued 2010-2015 to regimes designated unfree by Freedom House, including China, Oman, Turkmenistan and UAE. Meanwhile £7.9bn worth of arms were sold to countries on the human rights priority countries list, which is maintained by the Foreign Office and includes countries judged by the FCO to have “the worst, or greatest number of, human rights violations, Customers on this list included Saudi Arabia, which was sold bombs, missiles, and fighter jets, Israel, which was sold drone components and targeting equipment, and Bahrain, which was sold machine guns. Assault rifles and pistols were sent to the Maldives, while Turkmenistan was sold guns and ammunition. Andrew Smith of Campaign Against Arms Trade warned that the dependence of British exporters on unsavory regimes could make the UK less likely to intervene against human rights violators. These terrible figures expose the hypocrisy at the heart of UK foreign policy. The government is always telling us that it acts to promote human rights and democracy, but it is arming and supporting some of the most repressive regimes in the world. The impact of UK arms sales is clear in Yemen, where British fighter jets and bombs have been central to the Saudi-led destruction,” he told The Independent. These regimes aren't just buying weapons, they're also buying political support and legitimacy. How likely is the UK to act against human rights violations in these countries when it is also profiting from them?, There is no such thing as arms control in a war zone and there is no way of knowing how these weapons will be used. The fact that so many weapons were sold to Russia and Libya is a reminder that the shelf-life of weapons is often longer than the governments and situations they were sold to, these people defo non peeps are destroying the world and slaughtering innocent peep's without a care in the world because they are detached from the actual act of violence, by just arming them training them and then winding them up, it's time for you to wake the fuck up, and take responsibility for the world around you, the world in which we live in, how can we expect to live in it, if we do not take an active role in shaping it around us, and now that i have enlightened your mind, it's time for me to go on my own solo journey, so i hope you enjoyed all the tracks, as much as me as, standardz, hahahahahahaha, :) #edio