Monthly Archives: June 2021

The Weird, Creepy Media Blackout on Recent Assange Revelations

The Weird, Creepy Media Blackout on Recent Assange Revelations Mass media are owned and controlled by wealthy people in coordination with the secretive government agencies tasked with preserving the world order upon which the media-owning plutocrats have built their kingdoms, says Caity … Continue reading

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Labour MPs hand letter to Belmarsh prison governor demanding meeting with Assange

Labour MPs hand letter to Belmarsh prison governor demanding meeting with Assange LABOUR MPs Richard Burgon and Diane Abbott handed a letter to the governor of HMP Belmarsh today, demanding permission for a meeting with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. The … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson, COVID and the Media

The Pursuit of Truth – Or Not Boris Johnson, COVID and the Media Dorothy Byrne 21 June 2021 When a man lies often enough, every now and then, something he says will turn out to be true. And so it … Continue reading

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‘Cut the crap’ say Extinction Rebellion on their ‘Free the Press’ protest

Extinction Rebellion protested today about UK’s press and politics being dominated by the politics and interests of 5 [ed: 4] non-dom tax evading billionaires. The political agenda is largely set by these sihts who often engage in criminal behaviour e.g. … Continue reading

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Protect the right to protest

Protect the right to protest! Priti Patel’s Police, Crime, Courts and Sentencing Bill is an assault on our rights to peaceful protest, and access to the countryside.  Politicians and police will be able to dictate where, when and how people are … Continue reading

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Gobeithio Hwylio

Rwy’n gobeithio hwylio cyn bo hir – nes i ddim hwylio o gwbl flwydddyn dywethaf. Rwy’n trwsio ac adnewyddu darnau ar a cwch ar hyn o bryd – ac yn ffindio hi braidd yn ddrud. Mae na dywediad am cwch … Continue reading

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Climate change will cost a young Australian up to $245,000 over their lifetime, court case reveals

  AAP Liam Phelan, University of Newcastle and Jacquie Svenson, University of Newcastle The Federal Court today dismissed a bid by a group of Australian teenagers seeking to prevent federal environment minister Sussan Ley from approving a coalmine extension in … Continue reading

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