Of course Sheffield couldn’t match the 150,000 who today marched from Speaker’s Corner to the Israeli Embassy in London. Still, several hundred of steel city’s finest turned out in solidarity with their Palestinian brothers and sisters outside the Town Hall, … Read More »
Yesterday Craig Murray – whistle blower, Scots nationalist, former rector of Dundee University, former UK Ambassador and much besides – was sentenced to eight months for contempt of court in his blog coverage of the collapsed trial of former SNP … Read More »
… in fact only a small proportion are but, as I argued six years ago in one of my increasingly rare non political posts – and little knowing how much extra weight this truth would be called on to shoulder … Read More »
Guardian yesterday. The above is a still from this footage … … which is billed as showing “debris from China’s largest rocket falling to Earth”. Not only is there no comparable footage for a US rocket launch, but even the … Read More »
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken a few days ago on May 6. For a short profile of this man, his war profiteering a textbook case of the revolving door between public office and private gain, see my post – … Read More »
As Britain’s Labour Party lost ground, in Thursday’s local elections, to a spectacularly inept and – even by tory standards – venal party led by a serial liar, The Canary ran this cartoon: Actually this is an oversimplification in its … Read More »
Meet Laurel, who has opened up a canyon in the world of identity politics. Says wiki: [As a man] Hubbard set New Zealand junior records … later surpassed by David Liti. In 2012 Hubbard was appointed Executive Officer for Olympic … Read More »
Yesterday to be precise. Bowed down under the yoke of Bashar the Brutal, a subdued people – Alawite, Catholic, Druze, Maronite, Orthodox, Shia and Sunni – lament the departure of the Moderate Islamists of David Cameron’s imagination, and Isis reality.