Britain

How Britain fueled Ukraine’s war machine and invited direct conflict with Russia

Britain has played a key role in NATO forward troop deployments and training exercises on Russia’s borders. With war underway, the UK sends billions in arms, special forces, and volunteers to ensure escalation. In an effort to evade his domestic woes, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson—who may soon be replaced—has spent much time toing and froing to Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has described the buffoonish British PM as one of Ukraine’s closest allies. If and when Johnson leaves office, […]

NATO’s Racist Refugee Double-Standard

Some 6.2 million Ukrainian refugees have fled to neighboring countries due to the ongoing war, many of which have been aided by NATO member states. However, the way in which Ukraine’s refugees have been aided reflects strikingly racist double-standards. In light of recent developments in the NATO-Russia conflict in Ukraine, Biden just signed a 40 Read More...

USA Today: Covid Hypocrisy Shows Crackdowns Must End

USA Today, February 6, 2022 From Canadian truckers to European protests, the world is fed up with COVID crackdowns After two years of prohibitions designed to placate fears rather than protect public health, can we compel our rulers to end COVID-19 restrictions? by James Bovard Opinion columnist If hypocrisy were a panacea, the COVID-19 virus […]

New York Post: Biden Ignores Peril of Covid Crackdowns to Democracy

New York Post, December 6, 2021 Biden’s silly summit ignores a real peril to democracy: COVID crackdowns By James Bovard President Joe Biden will seek to boost his sagging approval ratings this week with an international virtual summit whooping up democracy. The Treasury Department will publicize the event by slapping financial sanctions on “individuals who […]

Britain’s Two Job Politicians

The role of the parliamentarian, historically, is one of service.  The desire to hold two jobs, or more, suggests that such service is severely qualified.  In the quotient of democracy and representation, the MP who is ready to tend to the affairs of others is unlikely to focus on the voter.  I represent you, but I also represent my client[Read More...]