On November 15, as 90 Russian cruise missiles struck at Ukraine’s energy network, a companion US-UK propaganda blitz blamed the Russian missiles for the deaths of two workers on a farm in Poland. This was a big deal. Poland is a member of Nato and Article 5 of Nato’s treaty reads: ‘The Parties agree that an armed attack against one →
Last month, the United Nations environment agency issued arguably its starkest warning yet about the climate crisis. The failure by governments around the world to cut carbon emissions means there is ‘no credible pathway to →
In Part 1, we described how state-corporate media non-reporting of evidence relating to the sabotage of the Nord Stream natural gas pipelines on September 26 was an example of how the truth on key issues →
Last week, Alex Nunns, author of ‘The Candidate – Jeremy Corbyn’s Improbable Path To Power’ and former Corbyn speechwriter, described the current assault on democracy within the Labour Party: ‘What’s happening in the Labour Party →
The damaging revelations about the Labour Party in the recent four-part Al Jazeera series, ‘The Labour Files’, and the almost totalitarian silence in response by British news media, should ram home the illusory nature of →
There are few things more revealing of an authoritarian mindset than wanting Google and Apple to use their monopoly power to act as internet overlords, dictating who can and can't be heard, what ideas are and are not permitted.
Yet that's our situation and so many seem grateful.
@AlanRMacLeod The US is extraordinarily war-crazed. Was any other country in history (except maybe Nazi Germany) so enamoured of war and militarism? At least the Nazis had the pretext of the Versailles Treaty, punishing Germany ruthlessly for WWI.The US has no excuse, just naked imperial lust.