ISIS-is-fake

It won’t have escaped anyone’s attention that someone appears to have hit the ‘accelerate’ key on ‘terror attacks’ and professed ‘Islamist incidents’ in Europe. The last fortnight or so has seen a tangible ramping up of this campaign in France and Germany. Read the rest of this entry »

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So just days after 48 year-old John Jones – a man closely associated with Julian Assange – is horribly killed in the London Underground, a man has been caught scaling the wall and window of the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where the WikiLeaks founder is being kept.

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A lawyer, who has represented WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, was killed on Monday, crushed by a commuter train.

The death of 48 year old John Jones, one of the UK’s top human rights lawyers, has been labelled a suicide. British Transport Police were called to West Hampstead train station in North London on Monday morning, after reports that a man was struck by a train, having presumably jumped onto the track. Read the rest of this entry »

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At the end of my last post on Aleppo, Syria, and the battle to retake the country, I wrote that the chemical attacks were just the start: and that ‘extreme actions are likely, as well as a desperate escalation of propaganda’.

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It’s remarkable how apeshit so much of the media has gone over a Donald Trump gaffe that has been interpreted as endorsing an assassination of Hillary.

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You may have heard that Suicide Squad is terrible.

You may have also heard that’s it’s actually pretty good. Ultimately, as with everything, you should make up your own mind: and judging by how well the movie seems to be doing at the box office, the harsh criticisms don’t seem to be hurting it commercially. Read the rest of this entry »

france-terrorism-media

Something announced recently by French media should really strike us as odd and potentially suspect.

The recent announcement, first by French newspaper Le Monde and then considered by others, that French media might stop publishing images or identities of terror perpetrators, is curious to say the least. Read the rest of this entry »

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Picking up from yesterday‘s reports of chemical attacks in Syria, we of course have to be very careful when watching the media/propaganda war concerning what is happening in Aleppo and in Syria in general. Read the rest of this entry »

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Not for the first time in the course of the War in Syria, we are seeing major international reports of a chemical attack, allegedly having been carried out by the Assad government forces.

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batonrouge-shooter

That is to say, aside from the obvious links in motivation and (alleged) ideology and the fact that the shootings occur amid the toxic conditions being generated by both the BLM movement on one hand and the police’s unlawful killings of citizens on the other.

No, the link I’m referring to is that both the Dallas shooter, Micah Johnson, and the Baton Rouge shooter, Gavin Long, have both served in the Iraq War. Read the rest of this entry »