The U.S. State Department has been subpoenaed by the Democrats who have been under attack by a hostile foreign power that appears to be in league with the President of the United States who enlisted the President of the Ukraine to produce dirt on Hunter Biden – or military aide will be withheld! Foreign powers and their ambassadors have gone to great lengths not to be bi-partisan. However Diplomacy has been replaced with Coercion. The British Defense Staff in Washington has an obligation to consider if POTUS has destroyed a sacred trust, and protocol, in declaring war against the Democratic Party the BDS has maintained a relationship with – from the beginning.
Rudolph Giuliani said the State Department sent him to the Ukraine. This is why the State Department is going to be deposed. Rudy is saying he deserves the protection of a whistle blower. How prophetic! I saw this coming when Rena Easton became Victoria Bond, because of her marriage to Ian Easton. I have long suspected she met the Commodore at a party at the British Embassy that her model sister took her to. Rena might have come across my wondering about whether she is a British Agent.
I am going to write a proposal to Congressman Peter DeFazio to see if the American Public can establish a public forum so that our Union can remain loyal. This is a real game changer and crisis, for many nations who have Ambassadors in the UNITED States. The letter I sent Pete yesterday suggested Congress concentrate on our Diplomacy. I will get a copy.
EXTRA! I just got up from my old man nap and was going to post on Victoria’s Parade and Blue, when I read this. Read about the relations between the UK and US. Note the special attention Ireland in getting. This is because there are tens of millions of Americans who see themselves as members of the Irish Diaspora. How many Americans have loyalty to the Ukraine! You are fooken with the wrong people. Remember the Kennedys! We got one running for office! What language do the French speak? What language do the Ukranians speak. Need I go on?
KIEV, Ukraine —Lawmakers in Ukraine are seeking to launch probes into some of the same allegations at the heart of the Trump administration’s dirt-digging efforts, including possibly reopening inquiries into the Ukrainian natural gas firm with connections to Hunter Biden
The Ukraine push, however, could draw the country deeper into Washington’s whistleblower battles even as President Volodymyr Zelensky tries to thread a careful path with one of Ukraine’s most important allies.
Come ye Brit and Irish lads and lass. Let us unite and throw Donald and Boris – out on their ass!
Write your Congressman and Senators and bid them to send a joint letter to Zelensky and tell him to – lay off Biden – a Presidential Candidate!
Stay the fook out of our elections! Ireland Unite! This is it! We go after that other Mob Boss in Russia – and take more pressure on the Ukraine! Down with the Mob!
Biden was born on November 20, 1942, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Scranton, Pennsylvania, to Catherine Eugenia Biden (née Finnegan) and Joseph Robinette Biden Sr. He was the first of four siblings in a Catholic family, with a sister and two brothers. His mother was of Irish descent, with roots variously attributed to County Louth or County Londonderry. His paternal grandparents, Mary Elizabeth (Robinette) and Joseph H. Biden, an oil businessman from Baltimore, Maryland, were of English, French, and Irish ancestry. His paternal third great-grandfather, William Biden, was born in Sussex, England, and immigrated to the United States. His maternal great-grandfather, Edward Francis Blewitt, was a member of the Pennsylvania State Senate.
The House Committee on Foreign Affairs subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to President Donald Trump’s interactions with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky as part of its impeachment inquiry.
The subpoena, which demands Pompeo provide documents by Oct. 4, was accompanied by a plan to depose five State Department officials, including Ambassador Kurt Volker, who reportedly arranged for Trump’s personal lawyer to meet with high-level Ukrainian officials, and Marie Yovanovitch, who was removed as U.S. ambassador to Ukraine by Trump.
More information about the United Kingdom is available on the United Kingdom Page and from other Department of State publications and other sources listed at the end of this fact sheet.
U.S.-UNITED KINGDOM RELATIONS
The first, short-lived British colony in Virginia was organized in 1584, and permanent English settlement began in 1607. The United States declared its independence from Great Britain in 1776. The American Revolutionary War ended in 1783, with Great Britain recognizing U.S. independence. The two countries established diplomatic relations in 1785. The United States broke relations when it declared war on the United Kingdom during the War of 1812; relations were reestablished in 1815.
The United States has no closer ally than the United Kingdom, and British foreign policy emphasizes close coordination with the United States. Bilateral cooperation reflects the common language, ideals, and democratic practices of the two nations. Relations were strengthened by the United Kingdom’s alliance with the United States during both World Wars, in the Korean conflict, in the Persian Gulf War, in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and in Afghanistan, as well as through its role as a founding member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The United Kingdom and the United States continually consult on foreign policy issues and global problems and share major foreign and security policy objectives.
Regarding Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom, “Nationalist” and “Republican” groups seek a united Ireland that includes Northern Ireland, while “Unionists” and “Loyalists” want Northern Ireland to remain part of the United Kingdom. U.S. priorities continue to be supporting the peace process and devolved political institutions in Northern Ireland and encouraging the implementation of the U.S.-brokered 1998 Belfast Agreement, also known as the Good Friday Agreement.
U.S. Assistance to the United Kingdom
The International Fund for Ireland (IFI), created in 1986, provides funding for projects to generate cross-community engagement and economic opportunity in Northern Ireland (the United Kingdom) and the border counties of Ireland. Since the IFI’s establishment, the United States and EU have contributed the vast majority of funds, with the United States allocating more than $540 million.
Bilateral Economic Relations
The United Kingdom is a member of the European Union and a major international trading power. By October 31, 2019, the United Kingdom expects to be outside of the EU known as “Brexit.” The United Kingdom is one of the largest markets for U.S. goods exports and one of the largest suppliers of U.S. imports. The United States and the United Kingdom share the world’s largest bilateral foreign direct investment partnership. The United Kingdom and United States are holding scoping discussions to determine how best to deepen and broaden the bilateral economic relationship, including ensuring continuity through Brexit and laying the groundwork for a possible free trade deal in the future. The United Kingdom is a large source of foreign tourists visiting the United States. It participates in the Visa Waiver Program, which allows nationals of participating countries to travel to the United States for certain business or tourism purposes for stays of 90 days or less without obtaining a visa.
The United Kingdom’s Membership in International Organizations
The United Kingdom and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, G-20, G-7, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, and World Trade Organization. The United Kingdom also is an observer to the Organization of American States.
The United Kingdom maintains an embassy in the United States at 3100 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20008; tel. 202-588-6500.
More information about the United Kingdom is available from the Department of State and other sources, some of which are listed here:
CIA World Factbook United Kingdom Page
History of U.S. Relations With the United Kingdom
U.S. Census Bureau Foreign Trade Statistics
Export.gov International Offices Page