And so we’re dragged back to the Ken Livingstone ‘Anti Semitism’ scandal and the torches and pitchforks are back out.

Livingstone, who has been described as “the only truly successful left-wing British politician of modern times”, may have made a comment that was offensive to some: but it was essentially only a historical observation, and the witch-hunt that followed it spiraled out of all proportion and continues now to rumble on. Read the rest of this entry »

Aaaaaannd… here we are again.
Hope you enjoyed the brief break from the Neo-Con/regime-change program: but we’re back to the regularly scheduled program. Chemical attack in Syria against civilians. Assad must go. A line has been crossed. Let loose the dogs of war. Etc. 

Suddenly, after all the false hopes of a changing foreign policy that would accompany the Trump administration’s arrival, President Trump himself now says he has changed his mind (literally) about Bashar Assad.

I’m not particularly surprised by all of this sleight-of-hand and I always have the view that pre-existing, longstanding foreign policy agendas are designed not to be undermined by incoming officials or pesky changes in administration. Read the rest of this entry »

Going to come out and say that the train blast in St Petersburg, Russia, is probably a (Russian) state-organised false-flag.

There is a tendency across most alternative media to refrain from suggesting such things when it concerns Russia and to limit suspicion only to the US, EU or British state activity when it comes to things like false-flags.

I, however, do not have a team or a side, and am therefore willing to call out Russian agencies just as much as I would American or French agencies in these kinds of circumstances. Read the rest of this entry »

A quick introduction to the work of Eric Garcia – a bad-ass political cartoonist who got in touch me with me a few weeks ago.

Eric began creating his cartoons while he was serving in the U.S. Air Force and he decided to start making fun of the military. He has gone on from there to continue an incisive, cartoon-based assault on perceived political corruption, social injustice and mass media hypocrisy. Read the rest of this entry »

standoff in syria

I was asked by Dr Leon Tressell to re-post this very lengthy article he recently published at SouthFront. In it, he provides a very thorough analysis of the situation now in Syria; and of the actions and motivations of the various players and power-blocs involved in the conflict and how the situation in Syria is likely to play out.

‘Do any these power blocs, that have carved out spheres of influence in northern Syria, offer a solution to the Syrian people’s desperate desire for peace and the reconstruction of their country?’ he asks. 

Below is the full article, reproduced here with his permission, including the original images and maps.  Read the rest of this entry »

As the days have gone on, it has seemed increasingly like the Westminster attack of 22/3 was probably a state-organised false-flag.

I had thought that anyway, but had initially been a little more reticent in stating it outright. But, one week on, I want to draw a line under the subject and move on.

If this was a staged op, then the Westminster simply takes it place in a long line of staged false-flag ops that seem to have increased in frequency in the last two or three years. Charlie Hebdo, Paris (see here and here), Brussels, Orlando, Nice, Berlin, now London: if we acknowledge the false-flag element to these operations, then we have to continually ask ourselves why these things are being done. Read the rest of this entry »

I was asked to share these links and information: and, as they relate to the same, very important subject, I’m doing them both together.

Fresh Start Foundation is an independent, Scottish not-for-profit group, helping child sexual abuse victims and survivors to seek justice and to support their recovery. They are inviting anyone with something to contribute or anyone seeking help to attend their free conference at The Station Hotel in Perth, Scotland, on 3rd May 2017 from 9:15 am to 6 pm.

Event information here. Or reach them via info@freshstartfoundation.co.uk.

On a related note, I was also asked to share a petition launched by Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Read the rest of this entry »

Just to clear, again: I didn’t suggest that what happened in Westminster wasn’t a ‘terrorist’ attack involving a real psycho jihadi.

Some people *are* calling it a hoax involving fake footage and crisis actors, but I specifically said in that first post that this probably was or could’ve been a genuine ‘IS-inspired’ psycho attack.

But there appears to be a lot of misunderstanding about what the term ‘false-flag attack’ means. Again, it doesn’t mean there wasn’t an attack or that real ‘jihadis’ weren’t involved: rather, it refers to state-enabled or state-sponsored operations involving patsies or assets.

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A few more quick updates on the attack in Westminster yesterday. I apologise to any regular readers who expect the longer, more in-depth posts – but I really am pressed for time right now.

So we have a bit more official information now. The suspect has been identified and is also dead. Two of the deceased victims have also been identified. We know now – officially – that the suspect is British-born ‘Khalid Masood’ and has an apparent criminal history. Read the rest of this entry »