It comes amid warnings that Kremlin-funded news agencies are attempting to deepen divisions between Westminster and Hollyrood following the recent Scottish Independence Referendum and UK's vote to leave the EU
99 children missing and 'at risk of exploitation' at one school, textbooks on stoning people to death at another, taught that music is evil at another, while many schools caught teaching extremist ideology but not British history, evolution, sex education, geography, art and other subjects.
Over the last year or so evidence has really mounted up that major internet information sources people have come to think of as impartial and unbiased technology are actually using their power to manipulate what we see for their own insidious political purposes.
The people of Russia don't want a war, the people of the US don't want a war, the people around the world have nothing to gain and no desire for war, but our political elites seem intent on provoking WW3 to further their own corrupt interests.
Yemen's civil war is largely seen as a proxy war between Saudia Arabia and Iran - much like Syria. With increasing US involvement here, and increasing threats against Russia over Syria, the risk of both combining into a general regional or even global war is now very high.
Officials who fail to comply because they don't want to pull children out of school mid-term will 'put their chances of promotion at risk', suggesting this may be as more of a propaganda move than a genuine warning, but nevertheless it highlights the degree to which Russia and the West are pushing towards all-out war.
The 'Black Moon', when the illuminated side of the moon is caught in the Earth's shadow and becomes almost invisible, occurs on Friday September 30th. They happen every 36 months, but this one is thought by some to be a special sign of cataclysm