Monthly Archives: August 2012

UK politics news review

  Labour MP Michael Meacher asks why it is Nick Clegg rather than the Labour Party that is proposing taxing the filthy rich … The super-rich, roughly 1 per cent of the working population – around 300,000 individuals – with … Continue reading

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UK politics news review

Some Tory MP accuses UK Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron of being “a chambermaid” to UK Liberal-Democrat Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg. Interesting and revealing that chambermaids still exist. Archbishop Desmond Tutu refuses to be associated with Tony Blair … Continue reading

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UK political news review

UK Liberal-Democrat Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg suggests taxing the super-rich. The suggestion has unsurprisingly raised opposition from the Conservatives who are not afraid to call themselves Conservatives. This suggestion and Clegg’s opposition to a third runway at Heathrow … Continue reading

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Lansley loves crap food

Lansley has caved in to fast-food industry, says former adviser Man who helped formulate policy accuses Health Secretary of ‘dereliction of duty’ over Britain’s obesity epidemic Andrew Lansley is guilty of a “dereliction of duty” for failing to tackle Britain’s … Continue reading

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While I am supporting Wikileaks and Julian Assange …

While I am supporting Wikileaks and Julian Assange … It occurs to me that there may be other political activists and dissidents that need supporting by a capable band of encrytption and associated capable people. It is not only Assange … Continue reading

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The Wikileaks story

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Wikileaks: Collateral Murder

The editor of one of the internet’s biggest sources of classified government information says there is strong evidence to suggest that video footage of an alleged US attack on Iraqi civilians is genuine. Julian Assange, the editor of WikiLeaks.org, told … Continue reading

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Sex, Lies and Julian Assange

Full episode of ABC Four Corners “Sex, Lies and Julian Assange”. http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/stories/2012/07/19/3549280.htm  

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On a quiet day …

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News review

It’s time to stop the private train firms in their tracks Sam Bogg rails against a system that’s seen fares rise and services get worse while the fat cats get a first class seat Sky-high ticket prices. Overcrowded trains. Bumper … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Austerity NHS told to sell soul abroad The government pressed on with privatisation of the NHS yesterday with a new plan that will see it become a US-style profit-making machine abroad while ramming through crippling cuts at home. From the … Continue reading

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Julian Assange, Craig Murray, Anna Ardin

Craig Murray has named one of Julian Assange’s accusers as Anna Ardin on the BBC2 (UK state media) news programme Newsnight. This has caused controversy in UK where the name was not – and is not – widely known. Craig … Continue reading

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DRAFT: We don’t demonstrate opposition any more: we prohibit / veto / do not permit / obstruct in every way possible / shut down everything

DRAFT: We don’t demonstrate opposition any more: we prohibit / veto / do not permit / obstruct in every way possible / shut down everything Granted it’s a draft but the idea is that it’s not going to happen again. … Continue reading

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You be the sleuth: Bliar in Marbella

Have a look at these photos that are courtesy of the dailmail which is fixated with nonce:en:s:e photos: See if you can identify the minders. Sorry minders, Ces’t la vie (that’s life / that’s a lavy). Extra credit for noticing … Continue reading

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Quin[n]ell was a legendary rugby player

Quinnell was a legendary rugby player. Experiencing some problems posting – even though I did not intend to post until ~ 9a.m.    

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News review: Julian Assange, Craig Murray

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News review

Craig Murray writes on UK threats to invade the Ecuadorian embassy for its insolence in granting asylum to Julian Assange. Of course UK Neo-Cons in support of US Neo-Cons have absolutely no right to invade the embassy. Assange has not … Continue reading

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I’m going to support Chavez

I’m going to support Hugo Chavez for the good of Venezuela.  

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Demon of the night, come set me free

Demon of the night, come set me free Demon of the night it’s you and me Demon of the night, come set me free Let me see Demon the night, set me free Show me the light Let me see … Continue reading

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News review

ConDem Conservative and Liberal-Democrat Conservative coalition government protects Tony Blair by refusing to release pre-Iraq war cabinet minutes The corporate press promotes Tony Blair Tony Blair’s Iraq meetings to remain secret after government veto The government has vetoed an order … Continue reading

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