Today on the blog of Caitlin Johnstone. I’m for once reproducing in full, without the colour font I normally use for verbatim quotes. What follows is pure Caity. Narrative Managers In Overdrive After Death Of White Helmets Founder James Le Mesurier, … Read More »
Losing my way on a review of Ken Loach’s superbly crafted and acted, Sorry We Missed You, I took time out to post this FB screen grab under the header, First They Came for Assange: An ensuing BTL exchange led … Read More »
this post also features on offguardian Aptly enough – one hundred and two years to the month since those ‘Ten Days that Shook the World’ – all three (four if you’re on the ball) of my read recommends today are … Read More »
Federal Reserve Building In a Facebook exchange last month I wrote: It absolutely was Obama who bailed out the banks. (And bragged about it to their fat cat CEOs with his ‘pitchforks’ remarks.) Leaving aside the utter but predictable injustice … Read More »
… set out with admirable succinctness – well under two minutes in fact – by Piers Robinson.
Jeez, it’s all “I want so gimme gimme gimme” with that moaning minnie, Caity. Here she is today with her preposterous demands. I want to live in a world where being a manipulator is more shameful than being the victim … Read More »
this post also features in offguardian Turkish tank transporter on its way into Northern Syria [Sedat Suna/EPA] “Attempts by Third World leaders to establish independent control of their economies, in preference to their economies being used as spheres of profit-accumulation … Read More »
this post also features on offguardian I am in many ways a fully paid up member of the liberal middle classes, even if I appear to have gone off the rails of late. Ours is an extreme world. How else … Read More »