Power Obsessions: The Shadowy Path of UK Labour’s Keir Starmer, with Matt Kennard

The MintPress podcast, “The Watchdog,” hosted by British-Iraqi hip hop artist Lowkey, closely examines organizations about which it is in the public interest to know – including intelligence, lobby and special interest groups influencing policies that infringe on free speech and target dissent. “The Watchdog” goes against the grain by casting a light on stories […]

Mockingbird & Mockingbird 2.0 – Spygate, Russ1agate & More -Jay Dyer (Half)

Today we will walk through one of the most important discoveries of the last several decades that helps understand the architecture of perception management: Operation Mockingbird. The C1A’s control of media didn’t stop with the original disclosures: it expanded to the cyber Mockingbird we have seen in the last few years of the Don’s emergence. […]

Is British intelligence pushing a new war in Kosovo?

No one in British parliament has been more aggressive in inciting ethnic tensions in Kosovo than Alicia Kearns. A closer look at her record reveals intelligence ties and “probably illegal” regime change activities. In a remarkable turnaround, after over two decades of turning a blind eye to the slow-motion erasure of Serbs in Kosovo, the EU and US have finally sought to rein in their vassal, issuing frequent condemnations and even imposing sanctions on Pristina. While trivial compared to punitive […]

The Fraud That’s Called ‘Democracy’ in The West

Eric Zuesse (blogs at The clearest example of this is today’s UK Government as described by a renegade former UK Ambassador, Craig Murray, headlining on July 19th about the next general election there between the conservative Keir Starmer who leads the Labour Party versus the conservative whomever will be leading the Conservative Party; he […]

Leaked files suggest hidden British hand in latest Kerch Bridge strike

The Grayzone has exposed British intelligence freelancers for collaborating with Ukraine’s Security Service to destroy Kerch Bridge. Leaked documents suggest they played a role in the latest attack on the bridge, and may be helping Kiev hunt down accused collaborators. On July 16, a predawn assault on the Kerch Bridge connecting Crimea with mainland Russia left two civilians dead and a 14-year-old injured. As advisors to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hinted at Ukraine’s culpability, Russian President Vladimir Putin pointed his […]

The UK Again Lashes Out At Iran, Corporate Media Continues To Peddle Propaganda

The UK Government took steps to further sanction the Islamic Republic of Iran, gaining instant praise from Washington, in what is primarily going to be a symbolic move with little real world impacts. What appears to be a tantrum from the British government, over the successes of Iran, coincidentally comes just prior to their “planned” Read More...

British intelligence in the dock for CIA torture

Recent developments raise the prospect that British intelligence agents could finally face justice for their little-known role in the CIA’s global torture program. Britain’s foreign and domestic intelligence apparatus is facing scrutiny by a tribunal tasked with intelligence oversight. On May 26, London’s infamously opaque Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) unanimously issued a landmark ruling which means the complaints of two Saudis brutally tortured at CIA black sites and jailed for years in Guantanamo Bay can finally be heard, at least […]

The “BBC Nonce” & the acceptable face of pedophelia

Kit Knightly The scandal doing the rounds across all British media is the BBC’s revelation that an as-yet-unnamed BBC presenter has been suspended following allegations he allegedly paid over £35,000 for nude pictures of an unnamed teenager. This would technically be a crime, due to a strange legal set-up in the UK which says that …