Tag Archives: United Kingdom

Scotland: NATO-Powered Independence? No Thanks

Scotland: NATO-Powered Independence? No Thanks By Ian Bell – Stop NATO – Among those who can contemplate mass slaughter, the euphemism is sometimes the deadliest weapon of all. It can be launched without warning, as if from a clear sky, and … Continue reading

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BBC Illegally Uses Image of Iraqi Victims: The US/NATO, UN Demonization Propaganda Against Syrian Government Further Intensify

BBC Illegally Uses Image of Iraqi Victims: The US/NATO, UN Demonization Propaganda Against Syrian Government Further Intensify BBC illegally uses image of Iraqi victims as propaganda against the Syrian government Italian photographer, Marco Di Lauro, has exposed the BBC which … Continue reading

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Victory for the Israel lobby bullies

Victory for the Israel lobby bullies – Craven Liberal Democrats dump Human Rights champion Jenny Tonge.   By Stuart Littlewood – It was no surprise to read in The Guardian on 29 February http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2012/feb/29/lady-tonge-lib-dem-israel that Baroness Jenny Tonge, a Liberal Democrat … Continue reading

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A new threat to media freedoms

By Annie Machon – Writers of the world, beware.  A new threat to our freedom of speech is looming and, for once, I am not inveighing against the Official Secrets Act. Over recent years the UK has rightly earned a … Continue reading

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Iran cuts oil exports to British, French firms

Iran’s Oil Ministry announces it has cut oil exports to British and French firms in line with the decision to end crude exports to six European states. The move comes as Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qasemi had earlier hinted at … Continue reading

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Churchill’s Shadow in UN

By Dmitriy Sedov – Strategic Culture Foundation In his time then Prime Minister of Great Britain Winston Churchill proved the fact that a gap between a public politician and a public call girl could be narrowed to minimum. Winston himself … Continue reading

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“Subversion” old and new

By Annie Machon – Annie Machon An interesting article in yesterday’s Telegraph by political commentator Peter Oborne about Abu Qatada.  This case has caused much sound and fury amongst the British political and media classes over the last couple of days. … Continue reading

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