Is the ‘Novichok’ story the UKs latest WMD scam?
All inept and incompetent governments throughout history have seemingly been guided in their foreign policy approaches by the famous aphorism: “War is the continuation of politics by other means”. Daniel Margrain outlines the insanity of the current Conservative government tactic of belligerence and confrontation over diplomacy with Russia in response to the poisoning of the Russian-cum-British spy, Sergei Skripal and his daughter with a nerve agent in the city of Salisbury where they lived.
The fiery ‘logic’ of James O’Brien
James O’Brien is a broadcaster and also one of the landlord’s of the British moral high ground. His notorious rants are self-assured but sometimes light on logic. See below to try and get into the mind of the broadcaster when giving his opinions about Russia and Western liberal democracy… Some of the reasoning may give you an ice cream headache.
May will now get drunk on her own largesse
One of the worst British Prime Ministers of all time has given the neoconservative war hawks a gift. Their abounding adulation will drive her to make ever more reckless decisions.
The demonisation of Vladimir Putin
To my fellow citizens I say this: Make up your own mind – don’t blindly believe me or anyone else; and for God’s sake don’t let the government and the media make up your mind for you. So, if you have any doubt about the power and persistence of the current mass delusion against Russia then Mark GB provides some clarity.
RTUK – the threat of a good example
As Russiaphobia hits new highs the British political class and neoliberal media have stooped to new lows.
The Caroline Principle – now a manipulation for sovereign gain
What has been termed the Caroline Principle has been used to establish the concept “anticipatory self-defence“. This sets an extremely dangerous legal precedent. Daniel Margrain explains how it is now being manipulated to circumvent international law.
Is corporate journalism betraying the people of the Middle East?
The mainstream corporate media collectively fail in their duty to report the facts in the Middle East. It’s agenda-driven all the way –
time and time again. Daniel Margrain lays out the facts so you can see a perspective that won’t get reported in the mainstream outlets.
Theresa May’s dangerous authoritarian instincts
A control freak in the house? Daniel Margrain asks if May’s sense of her apparent entitlement to rule indefinitely has become a feature of her style of leadership, apparently enabling her to cling to power.