Priti Patel’s Five Eyes

It is more than 6 years since the UN working group on arbitrary detention found Julian Assange to be arbitrarily detained. At that time he was still in the Embassy of Equador having at least a little protection under diplomatic immunity. A change in government in Equador soon changed that, with the US pulling Lenin... Continue Reading →

Support Willem Engel – in prison for all of us

Tulips from Rotterdam. Well-wishers place flowers against a wall in support of Willem Engel, imprisoned for speaking the truth about what is happening all around. Good doctors are being sacked, good nurses are being sacked, good academics are losing their posts, good people are going to prison. What has happened to the world? Some of... Continue Reading →

Hardly anyone spoke out

The fallacy that 6 million Jews were the only victims of Nazi Germany might have something to do with who owns the media, and who our elected representatives really serve. As well as the 6 million Jews there were nearly as many non-Jews murdered and experimented upon in concentration camps. Ina R Friedman has spent... Continue Reading →

The ongoing torture of Julian Assange

People had better wake up fast. We never tolerated the imprisonment of innocent people or political prisoners for having a different point of view. Indeed we fought against such evil. But that was in the days of Nelson Mandela - when freedom for having different political opinions was valued and encouraged. What is creeping into... Continue Reading →

The vaccine war of 2021

Two days ago the personal testimonies of deaths from various vaccines were posted on this blog gleaned from a site now taken down by Facebook. This censorship is everywhere. Four days ago I handed this blog over to Doctors for Covid Ethics (D4CE) for an article which blew out of the water any ideas that... Continue Reading →

The UK is now a Stalinist state

One of my areas of interest is Russian literature of the early twentieth century and its demise following the Russian revolution of 1917. Most of the great literature was written before the revolution or afterwards in emigration by people like Georgy Ivanov (1894-1958). Ivanov was critical, possibly unfairly, of those who stayed behind, and there... Continue Reading →

Court Reporter – Craig Murray, Day 4

For the fourth time this week I hand over my blog to Craig Murray who has doggedly, tirelessly queued for a seat in the public gallery to bring us stark accounts of proceedings in Woolwich Magistrates Court - an appendage to the notorious Belmarsh Prison. Your Man in the Public Gallery – Assange Hearing Day... Continue Reading →

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