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Banksy Direct Democracy

Brexit was a Victory for Direct Democracy

Brexit was a remarkable act of direct democracy and has caused shock-waves throughout the world. On the surface Britain voted to leave the EU, but there were many more motives at play. It was a massive protest vote at the ruling elite and the traditional two party paradigm. It was a rejection of Neoliberalism, but […]

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Going Underground: Chilcot Report Special

Going Underground: Chilcot Report Special

Published on 6 Jul 2016 by RT Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the long-awaited Chilcot report. He is joined by a former political exile from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, Sami Ramadani. And, the deputy Head of Baghdad Council’s Security Committee tell us what it’s like for civilians in Iraq today. Plus, was the war all Tony Blair’s […]

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Anti-democratic Pro EU Protesters

Anti-democratic Pro EU Protesters

Britain is divided post brexit. The main cities voted to remain and the other areas in England & Wales to leave. The disconnect between our political representatives and the people has never been greater. Scotland voted to stay in the EU and is now pushing for another independence vote. The Pro EU campaigners are now […]

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Jeremy Corbyn Compares Israel to ISIL

Jeremy Corbyn compared Israel to ISIL, he said at the launch of the Shami Chakrabarti anti-Semitism report: Corbyn: “Our Jewish friends are no more responsible for the actions of Israel than our Muslim friends are for the self-styled Islamic State” Jeremy is currently under attack by a host of Blairite quislings. Their aim is to bully him […]

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Jeremy Corbyn

Labour Coup – Quislings turn on Corbyn

Following the shock defeat of the Remain campaign in the EU referendum, the Labour have quickly turned to finger pointing about who was to blame. Jeremy Corbyn was quickly singled out as the scapegoat. Chief EU quisling Hilary Benn tried along with other Blairites to organise a coup against the Labour Leader. A vote of […]

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The Brexit EU Ref Clash : Should I stay, or should I go?

The Brexit EU Ref Clash : Should I stay, or should I go?

courtesy of the NeedleBlog How the EU destroyed Greece. Greece was the birthplace of democracy. How fitting that the anti-democratic EU, under the pretext of helping, should be the one who crushed both the country and its people, without a war being waged. Matt Kennard’s book, ‘The Racket’ exposes the corruption that enables the rape […]

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Thacher EU Negotations

Soft Fascism – De-constructed

Over the past 20 years we have seen a significant rise in soft fascism. Following the World Wars of the 20th century, it was realised that the Hard Fascism had failed for a variety of reasons. Soft fascism has emerged stealthily to counter those drawbacks. “because the use of force has become more costly, less […]

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The Brussels Business – Who Really Runs the EU?

THE BRUSSELS BUSINESS is a docu-thriller that dives into the grey zone underneath European ‘democracy’. An expedition into the world of the 15,000 lobbyists in the EU-capital, of the PR-conglomerates, think tanks and their all embracing networks of power and their close ties to the political elites. A great documentary by independent activists who dig […]

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Age of Fools

Age of Fools – Book Review

Reviewed by Jim Miles (Age of Fools.  William A. Cook. Dandelion Books, LLC.  Mesa, Arizona. 2015. ) In a world of fools,  Age of Fools by William Cook is passionate and accusatory book that reviews the Bush/Sharon era of Israeli/Palestinian affairs. Cook’s style is different than the usual prosaic works of history, and while the ‘facts’ […]

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FTSE Kate Middleton's Boots

Kate Middleton’s Boots

Kate Middleton’s Boots have caused a stir with their latest appearance in India. On the April 15th 2016 Kate Middleton (Wife to Prince William, Heir to the British Throne) hiked for 3 hours up to the Tiger’s Nest Temple on a mountain in Bhutanm, India! She did it in complete makeup, and all the while […]

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Brexit

Britain is Divided over Brexit

The coming referendum on June 23rd over whether or not Britain should leave the EU could, change the face of Britain and Europe dramatically. The Tory party has divided bitterly and the mud-slinging has begun in earnest. The Labour party are playing it quiet, happy to see the Tory party ripping itself apart. Jeremy Corbyn […]

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Can You Spot the Odd One Out?

Today is the anniversary of Dunblane massacre where Thomas Hamilton a high ranking freemason killed 16 children  a teacher and then himself. Both Jimmy Savile and Thomas Hamilton were high ranking freemasons linked to child murders and paedophilia. There is no record of Prince Charles being a freemason, paedophile or a child murderer. Prince Charles […]

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Representative Democracy versus Direct Democracy

Representative Democracy versus Democracy Is Representative democracy working? Imagine the world in the future, where there are no Politicians or Parliaments. All forms of Government had been decentralized and distributed across the Internet. A world where traditional representative democracy has been replaced by a new form of direct democracy & Instead of a parliament there […]

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False Flag Sarin attack in Syria Exposed

False Flag Sarin attack in Syria Exposed

RT broke a story a few days ago about the Sarin attack in Syria in 2013 in Damascus – the Ghouta chemical attack. At that time it was blamed squarely on the Assad regime and used by many including the Brits to justify going into Syria. This has now been exposed by Istanbul MP Eren Erdem of Republican People’s Party […]

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DNA

Drew Berry: Animations of unseeable biology

An amazing Ted Talks documentary on the unseeable biology that exists in core of all our cells. The nub of the problem is in science we are at the limits of what we can see. Molecules are smaller than the wavelength of light. Therefore we have no ways to directly observe molecules and what they […]

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