My June Reads

28 Jun

this post also features in Offguardian Was Pyongyang’s destruction this month of a border town ‘liaison office’ – touted as symbol of reconciliation but in reality lacking the truth component – a further manifestation of Kim Jong Un irrationality? What … Read More »

Caesar’s Palace

18 Jun

this post also features in offguardian Twitter, yesterday … While debate rages on whether the statues of colonial plunderers should be tossed into rivers or otherwise removed as blots on civilised landscapes – and as we progressives virtue-signal our damning … Read More »

Those who looked the other way

10 Jun

“Those who looked the other way, because they disliked Julian Assange, when the Department of Justice indicted him on a legal theory – that publishing clear public interest journalism could constitute multiple Espionage Act violations – should reconsider where that … Read More »

Speaking of police brutality

7 Jun

A friend emailed yesterday, saying I hadn’t been posting much of late and wanting to know I’m OK. I’m not, as it happens. I’m depressed, a little frightened and very confused. None of these states are bad things. They don’t … Read More »