Sharon White, head of the BBC’s Regulator, Ofcom Last week I contacted Sharon White, boss of Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, to inform her of her subordinate Chris Wynn’s aggressive attempts to curtail my activities. What I’ve since learned has profoundly changed the way I view establishment coverups and corporate corruption. Scope Creep Chris Wynn, had… Continue reading Ofcom Boss & BBC regulator, Sharon White, attended the 2017 BiIderberg Meetings with Osborne & Adonis
What a funny week we’ve had: Wages, Inflation, Sterling, Labour shocks, Enoch Powell, Windrush, Home Office, Deportations, Andrew Neil and David Goodhart, Nick Timothy, Hostile Environment, Modi, Gove, Mode4, The Times, ALEC, Cambridge Analytica, Barbara Bush, Basic Income, Biometrics, Aadhaar, Syria, Peter Hitchens, Owen Jones, Amelia Gentleman and Jo Johnson, Amber Rudd, Caroline Nokes, Mick… Continue reading Goodhart’s Compass & News of the Week: 22/04/2018
Lance Armstrong just settled a “$100m fraud suit” in the US, according to reports . He could have been forced to pay out $100m for having defrauded his team’s sponsor, the US Postal Service, but instead settled for $5m. His former team-mate Floyd Landis also doped but testified against him and will receive $1.1 million… Continue reading Mick Mulvaney & Emotive Conjugation
Off Track Off Track is a recent report from Oil Change International on the future of Oil investments, as things stand, and why what is happening is so wrong. BP AGM 2018 In Friday’s edition of Amusing Ourselves to Death, Real Media flagged the BP switch to Manchester for their upcoming Shareholder Meeting. We hope… Continue reading Off Track — How the Oil Lobby is Taking Us Straight to Hell
Finally a smoking gun. UKIP paid Steve Bannon’s Cambridge Analytica to swing Brexit. Carole Cadwalladr and Peter Jukes have been tweeting about Brexit and outside interference for some time. But this invoice, showing that UKIP paid Cambridge Analytica, says it all. BREAKING: Invoice shows Cambridge Analytica did do work on Brexit. A year of denials… Continue reading UKIP paid Bannon’s firm to swing Brexit
Look who’s coming to Manchester! Oil Giant BP are to hold their Annual Shareholder meeting in Manchester on May 21st. Have your say! Share Action are willing to hold an AGM workshop in Manchester in the first week of May. This is a great opportunity for anti-fracking campaigners to tell Global Oil industry executives how… Continue reading BP Shareholder Meeting in Manchester, May 2018
Monday’s Sun ran with Pro-Israel Maureen Lipman’s declaration that Jeremy Corbyn has turned her into a Tory. Lipman’s loyalty to Israel is no secret — she renounced Labour membership under Ed Miliband. The Sun might seem to speak up for Jews but, in the case of Ed Miliband, the son of Ralph Miliband, a prominent… Continue reading Who gives Jews a Bad Name?
The Hardy Tree Photo by Adrian Snood Levelled Churchyard Levelled Churchyard was written by Thomas Hardy in 1882. Based on his time as an apprentice architect, the poem gives a voice to the souls whose bodies he exhumed to make way for the construction of the Midland Railway. Their gravestones are lined up like dominoes, next to The… Continue reading In Progress: Dead Paupers Society
What links the 222 million Euros Qatari-owned Paris Saint Germain paid Football Club Barcelona for a footballer by the name of Neymar with unconventional oil, gas, and monetary policy, and an obscure mathematical function derived by a 19th Century German Professor named Weierstrass? Market manipulation
According to the Wall Street Journal Donald Trump plans to combat the US opioid crisis. It was only the other day that Janet Yellen, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, mentioned that the opioid crisis was undermining the US labor market. How funny that a hundred years after the British imposed the opium war on China… Continue reading Trump to address opioid crisis
Just as Ian Fraser says that his book Shredded about the Royal Bank of Scotland is not just about RBS but really a prism through which to interpret lapses in UK financial regulation, nor is Donald Trump’s presidency really just about Trump the man or even the office he finds himself in but how a… Continue reading Writing the Wrong’un
Plaque to honor the original Alms Houses on which the Hermitage Street development is built I wonder if the new development on Hermitage Street in Paddington, Westminster, where this picture was taken has any affordable or social housing. And has the ongoing social cleansing of London reached Peak-Cleanse? The Dutch had a policy in… Continue reading When will London’s Social Cleansing reach Peak Cleanse?
Telegraph business section covering the Heygate and Haringey controversy today. Real Media were at last Monday’s protest and will be releasing further interviews and a join the dots on the taboo topic of geographical displacement this week.
Michael Gove, Minister for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, twice referred to a five year parliament as he started to backtrack on the Government’s austerity programme during this morning’s Andrew Marr politics show. At no point did Andrew Marr pull the Gove up on his error. This could have just been a double oversight on… Continue reading Gove claims to embrace Anti-Austerity Politics & “Green Brexit” in Desperate Bid to Charm Voters
I came across this book whilst researching an interview with David Whyte who has a new book called The Violence of Austerity which he edited with Vickie Cooper. It’s straight-talking and more relevant than ever given the ongoing collusion between the state and corporations.
Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson say we should get out of the EU and sign our own trade deals with USA, India & China. That Brussels shouldn’t negotiate anything on our behalf. But despite all this talking about trade they never use the terms TTIP, CETA or TiSA. Even David Cameron — the biggest defender… Continue reading Brexit & Project Fear daren’t mention TTIP
No More Change to FOI The BBC rarely responds to Freedom of Information Requests. But it sends them. Newsnight Presenter Chris Cook uses FOI but hides when quizzed himself. BBC refuse to reveal Chris Cook’s Conflict of Interest Disclosure Form.
Civil Service Chief Heywood gets a grilling over EU Bias #Brexit #NoTTIP
Trichet says “Ireland saved herself” and that there was no pressure from Frankfurt! Not sure if anyone believes him. #megabackdoorbailout
Sir Jeremy Heywood, aka Sir Cover-Up is being grilled by the Public Administration Select Committee over the decision to prevent Brexit ministers from accessing EU papers. Jenkin is a Eurosceptic. Should be fun. #brexit #nottip
What makes a successful work environment? a. Furniture b. Wallpaper c. Acoustics What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
Linda Kaucher of Stop TTIP joined us this evening to discuss CETA, TTIP, TISA and what is currently missing from the UK BREXIT debate. Linda uses and explains several trade terms, concepts and rulings. Discussions also centred around the left’s unwillingness to campaign for BREXIT, despite the cheap labour implications implicit within the international trade… Continue reading Brexit Interview with Linda Kaucher of Stop TTIP
Dame Janet Smith’s much awaited Inquiry into the BBC’s systematic protection of VIP Paedophiles finally reported this week. However its release and impact have been overshadowed by #Brexit. Hats off to Peter Brookes for his sketch in today’s Times. Eric Gill designed the famous Gill font as well as the Prospero & Ariel sculpture outside… Continue reading BBC : Ballsy British Cover-Up
US trade negotiator: We don’t want ‘TTIP lite’
Tom Barlow, Political Editor of Real Media, discusses prospects for a Leftist BREXIT.