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Chapel Hill Vs Copenhagen – Which Is Terrorism? Russell Brand The Trews (E257)

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mini skirts are terrible … Be really Afraid! They are undermining our society!

Mini skirts are terrible Be really afraid of mini skirts. Oh sorry, you were edit: Sorry, I’m should do this better: It’s either a few people, or Tony Blair and his missus cos they had the address   – as … Continue reading

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DRAFT: I’m just starting to get a grasp on this ISIS BS – and strangely enough it’s about oil

I’m just starting to get a grasp of this ISIS BS. I wonder if any newspapers will be publishing this story with me tomorrow. Kurdistan has control over its natural resources according to the constitution of the federal Iraq. Kurdistan … Continue reading

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Coming soon :: Comment on the penumbra

26/7/14 DRAFT subject to many revisions OK, this is taking longer than expected. It seems very sensible that those intending to influence government are not terrrists because that is the [ed: very] basis of representative democracy i.e. that elected representatives … Continue reading

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Tony Blair, Terrorist

Tony Blair Inc is doing fantastically well – being a conzultant to all the most repressive anti-democratic regimes that there are. In 1997 Blair was elected with 418 MPs – which I find (edit: so) weird and makes me wonder … Continue reading

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More terrorism bullshit …

Airport security stepped up in Britain over al-Qaida bomb plot fears Be afraid … what a load of nonsense to make you far more afraid ed: Soldiers drafted in to increase Heathrow security ed: Cor, look at that 4 days … Continue reading

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UK politics review – the lurch towards Fascism

UK political events combine into a lurch towards Fascism. The gagging law is passed. Called the Transparency of Lobbying Bill, Non-party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act it has nothing to do with transparency of lobbying and everything to do … Continue reading

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Commentary on and analysis of recent political events

Why did Jack Straw try to make it illegal for children at childrens’ homes to speak out about abuse? Was Jack Straw influenced by the fact that some of his friends and fellow politicians were paedophiles? Was this a desperate … Continue reading

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Politics news allsorts

Huge tech firms have formed the Reform Government Surveillance group to demand changes to excessive surveillance by world governments. The group has published an open letter to President Obama and Congress: Dear Mr. President and Members of Congress, We understand … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis on recent UK political events. Following George Osborne’s Autumn statement there are warnings that the poor will be dead before they are able to retire. Britain’s poor ‘will die before they retire’ … Plans to raise the … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis on recent UK politics news. Con-Dems continue attack on benefits and Osborne’s autumn statement Discussion of the invention of terrorism and the demonization of Islam and Muslims The Conservative-Liberal-‘Democrat’-Conservative coalition intends to persecute benefits claimants and (poor) … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent UK politics events US is tracking the movements of 5 billion people everyday through their mobile phones US considered spying on Australian citizens without the knowledge of it’s Australian spying partner Isa Muazu wins stay … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent UK political events Following Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger appearance yesterday, MI5 boss Andrew Parker is called to the home select affairs committee. Andrew Parker has previously appeared before the Intelligence and Security Committee with advance … Continue reading

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Continuing analysis of David Cameron’s web censorship

David Cameron spoke on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour at 4p.m. today. I didn’t listen to it although it will be on iplayer later. I’m commenting on this article instead. Cameron’s comments are more nuanced e.g. not confusing Tor’s “dark net” … Continue reading

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Blair’s government allowed USA to spy on UK citizens

The Guardian and Channel4 – in a joint investigation – have released documents sourced by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The documents reveal that US intelligence agencies were given far greater powers to spy on UK citizens by UK intelligence agency GCHQ … Continue reading

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Surveillance technology out of control, says Lord Ashdown

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/nov/18/surveillance-technology-out-of-control-ashdown The technology used by Britain’s spy agencies to conduct mass surveillance is “out of control”, raising fears about the erosion of civil liberties at a time of diminished trust in the intelligence services, according to the former Liberal Democrat … Continue reading

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No more evasion and prevarication – Britain’s elite must be held to account

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/nov/17/chilcot-inquiry-tony-blair-bush The blocking of the Chilcot report underlines how the powerful shield their activities from the public Henry Porter  … It is the greatest scandal of British public life in a generation, yet Blair and his allies, such as Jack … Continue reading

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Tory speeches back on internet archive

[Related to an earlier post about the Conservative Party disallowing access to historical material on its website.]  The Conservatives have allowed access via an internet archive to a decade of speeches, after criticism over their removal from the party’s website. … Continue reading

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Apathy? Alienation? How ‘disengaged’ four in ten voters reject ALL parties

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/apathy-alienation-how-disengaged-four-in-ten-voters-reject-all-parties-8940389.html Four in 10 people are “alienated” from  Britain’s political parties and say they will not consider voting for any of them, according to new research. Young adults are even more “disengaged”  from the party system, with 46 per cent … Continue reading

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Torture inquiry ‘finds UK intelligence officers knew of mistreatment’

http://www.theguardian.com/law/2013/nov/14/torture-inquiry-gibson-report-intelligence-detainees Gibson report, published next week, is said to call for further investigation of how far British ministers were responsible An official investigation into the extent of the UK’s involvement in rendition and torture after 9/11 is reported to have … Continue reading

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