MI5, MI6, BBC & Richard Sharp – & bonding over Adolph Eichmann
Start of a new season – let’s continue where we left off..
The Coverup is worse than the Crime
Tories to consider changing rules to oust Boris Kemal
It’s hard to know exactly what prompts the placement of any particular story in the news cycle. Take today’s Times. Evgeny Lebedev’s photo appears and we’re told that he’s only popped into the Lords twice in the last couple of years. Which begs the question, what is he doing there in the first place? Canada…
PM trans U-Turn ahead of local polls
The Times blames columnist James Forsyth’s best man Rishi Sunak as inflation surges & living standards plummet
Where are the messages between Johnson, Lebedev, and Murdoch?
How wrangling over small print caused the Ukraine Russia war, and Farage did business with Russia in Brussels via Malta
The latest news, and Richard Brooks of Private Eye presented at a local college
Facebook illegally track and profile users, sell data, and pay off prosecutors
Why is Britain still letting its media owners limit public debate?
The aadhaar biometric ID card system in india I blueprint for the surveillance capitalism that will be deployed on the rest of the world
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab defended the former Attorney General Geoffrey Cox on the radio today. Cox has been earning top dollar working for the Cayman Islands. Advising on them on legal matters that only people like him know about. Apparently he is providing them with advice against the British State: Why does someone like…
I love the way these guys preach borderless globalism one day and merciless flag-waving the next. Gaslighting-as-a-service In 2000 Rupert Murdoch hosted a discussion on the Global Role of the UnitedStates in the 21st Century. The main speaker was the then World Bank head James Wolfensohn. It was moderated by Henry Kissinger. Australian American Wolfensohn,…
G7 Tax Deal maintains illicit corporate financial flow