Monthly Archives: August 2013

Shall be realistic about this?

I’m not discussing your intended nonsense war I am discussing my analysis. My analysis is mostly correct   . No?

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Syria! Syria! Syria!

The UK government has been recalled to discuss Syria tomorrow (Thursday 29 August 2013). Not much has changed in the news that I’ve seen in the past few hours. There may have been or not use of chemical weapons in … Continue reading

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UK parliament to discuss Syria tomorrow

The UK Parliament has been recalled to discuss military intervention in Syria tomorrow. There are strong suggestions that there will be opposition to Cameron, Hague, et al’s obvious determination to go to war for imperialist reasons. There are suggestions that … Continue reading

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Syria

  UK planned war on Syria before unrest began: French ex-foreign minister A former French foreign minister says Britain had been planning a war against Syria some two years before to the unrest broke out in the Arab country. The … Continue reading

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Bank Holiday Special: Julian Assange Australian election

Something light for the bank holiday (in UK). Enjoy and remember to vote for Julian if you can.

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Altruism* and charity

A repost from Deep DT’s reality cracking pages from 1998. Thinking about it, I’ve only just realised how deep this article is ~ I had no idea first time round. There are still copies of this article published and accessible. … Continue reading

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DDT2 George Monbiot on Neonicatinoid poisons

George Monbiot has a very good article on Neonicatinoid poisoning being the nu DDT, our environment, government support support for such poisoning using discredited, flawed studies, etc. Strange that I missed it first time. It’s the new DDT: a class … Continue reading

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New tack

Some of you – a select few – will be aware that I have very recently made some good progress researching the events of London during the early reign of the Blairs – Tonee and Ian that is. I’m making … Continue reading

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ATOS DWP appeal :: The appeal hearing

This is the third and final article in the ATOS DWP appeal series. Earlier articles were ATOS DWP appeal :: How it works and ATOS DWP appeal :: How to appeal. My client was successful at appeal and was awarded … Continue reading

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