Apr 13 16:41

Russian top brass reports it has proof of UK’s involvement in Douma chemical incident

MOSCOW, April 13. /TASS/. Russia’s defense ministry has evidence proving the United Kingdom’s direct involvement in the organization of the provocation with the alleged chemical attack in Eastern Ghouta, Igor Konashenkov, the ministry’s spokesman, said on Friday.

He said the ministry had found those who took part in filming the rent-a-mob chemical attack in Syria’s Douma and these people told how the video had been shot.

Apr 13 14:03

UK government’s reckless kowtowing of Trump on Syria – and contempt for the British people

Stuart Littlewood challenges his parliamentary representative to explain the UK government’s disregard for international law and intention not to consult the legislature on its plans to follow Donald Trump in bombing Syria.>>

Apr 13 14:01

We Have Evidence of UK's Role in Staging Douma Provocation - Russian MoD

An apparent false flag chemical attack in the Syrian town of Douma on April 7 has served as a pretext for the United States to threaten the Middle Eastern country with a missile strike; Russia has been calling for a transparent investigation while local doctors have said no one has requested any medical treatments for poisoning.

The Russian Defense Ministry held a press briefing on what the Western narrative describes as an alleged chemical attack in Syria's Eastern Ghouta. No evidence has been presented to support the claim. A Russian chemical corps commission that has been sent to Douma reported that no traces of chemical poisoning were found. On April 12, the US defense secretary acknowledged that the Pentagon had no evidence of chlorine or sarin use in Douma.

Apr 13 12:31

On the clamour to repeat the disastrous Iraq and Libya interventions in Syria

"Despite the ongoing death and destruction that has followed Western military interventions in Iraq and Libya, the clamour for a repeat performance in Syria is gaining momentum, especially in Washington and London where Donald Trump and Theresa May have plenty of reasons to want to deflect attention from their internal problems.

"The proponents of military intervention in Syria should name one – only one – instance where such intervention in the Middle East has succeeded. Attacking Syria will achieve just one thing: helping the remnants of Islamic State group and other jihadist cutthroats such as Al-Qaeda, the Saudi-backed (if not created) Jaysh al-Islam (Army of Islam) and the Muslim Brotherhood. It also risks breaking up Syria into ethnic and sectarian entities that will, without a doubt, be at perpetual war with one another..."

Apr 13 07:23

Top 5 Chemical Weapon Tests The British Conducted On Their Own People

How anyone could have ever thought any of this was a good idea is simply unconscionable.

Unfortunately, this article is not satirical. Instead, it documents five, historically factual cases where the British Government thought it would be a great idea to test chemical and biological weapons upon their own people during the Cold War.

Apr 13 06:53

Britons lack appetite for war in Syria: 43% against military strikes, YouGov poll reveals

The largest share of Britons surveyed in a YouGov poll for The Times is against military action against Syrian military targets.

Forty-three percent oppose, while just 22 percent support, airstrikes against Syria, with 34 percent unsure whether they back the action.

The poll’s release comes as UK Prime Minister Theresa May is reportedly readying her cabinet to back military strikes on Syria without asking Parliament for consent.

This is contrary to opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn’s position. He is insistent that Parliament must have a say on any airstrikes. His views were echoed by the leaders of both the SNP and the Liberal Democrats.

Apr 13 06:52

Britain's ex-MI6 chief thinks Western intervention saves lives, really wants to bomb Syria

A former UK intelligence chief appeared on the BBC to push for Western strikes on Syria, and also found time to suggest an earlier intervention from the US and its allies may have saved lives.

The former head of MI6 was interviewed on the BBC's flagship Today program on Thursday. It's an interview that may well be studied by historians as the very epitome of the way the British establishment talks to itself, and fails to learn the lessons of its own actions.

Apr 13 06:51

UK TERROR ALERT: New Irish paramilitary group warn ‘we WILL target Crown forces’

A NEW Irish paramilitary group has been founded with the aim of targeting “Crown forces” - a dire warning which threatens to disrupt the long fought-for peace in Northern Ireland.

Apr 13 06:43

SPUTNIK 170: George Galloway Interviews Peter Ford

People stabbed, people shot, people mowed down, people dead – all on the streets of London. It was the day police said they had planned for and hoped would never come. But where did it all come from – out of thin air or a swamp of bitterness and hatred endlessly sown with new blood by governments across the world? To try to find the answers, Peter Ford, a former British ambassador to Syria and now a vocal critic of UK policy in Syria, joins us for a very special edition of Sputnik.

Apr 13 06:38

"Trump has just given jihadis a thousand reasons to stage fake flag operations" BBC News

Former British Ambassador to Syria Peter Ford believes that the chemical attack in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun may not have been committed by the Assad regime.

Apr 12 12:46

Irredeemably Flawed and Deeply Harmful US Coalition Cannot Get the ‘Job’ Done in Syria

Mainstream media in the West would like us to believe that US President Donald Trump is in the process of building a coalition of allies to participate in a multi-nation strike force attack against the Syrian government.

This talk of coalition action reflects the rapid escalation of plans since US officials embraced Saturday’s allegations of a chemical weapons strike. This crisply formulated aphorism just might require a bit of updating:

A- The War Party built that dubious coalition seven years ago to regime change Syria and failed>>>
B-- Instead of a one-off strike, as with last April’s tomahawk missile bombardment of Syria, the US seems to be envisioning starting a wave of attacks against Syria using the chemical pretext all over again>>>
C- This whole saga began when the US and its terror proxies claimed Syrian forces carried out chemical attacks against the rebel-held city of Douma on Saturday. >>>
G- Away from an acute lack of capability, the US and its allies know that a costly, and inconclusive war in the region will certainly destabilize the planet. Israeli-Saudi involvement assures that the war will quickly include Iranian and resistance forces in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Palestine. All of this, as well as the risks of 200 dollars a barrel crude oil and the foolish war expanding across the Yemeni and Syrian borders, has filled the criminals with such fright that a full-scale war is deemed as a bad idea for Washington and a host of lackeys. And that's exactly why the US has embarked on forming a coalition unlike its last year missile strike in the hope that it could convince Moscow to back off and allow a limited strike on Syria. The last time that a nation sought to raise the stakes to convince Moscow to give some room and space to others in Syria was a couple of years ago, when the Russian president proved his skills in using crisis escalation policy and made his Turkish counterpart to extend an official apology for shooting down a Russian warplane. And this is just the beginning and we have not even started talking about Iran's reaction yet. Two senior Iranian commanders were in Syria in mid 2017 and each sent a warning signal to the US and Israel in their statements during their visit to the war-ravaged country, but apparently Washington has treated them as usual words and failed to decipher the message. They need to take a look back to realize that a contained engagement is too small to bring them a share and an effective role in Syria. >>>

Apr 12 11:31

Breaking Details of US/EU Strike on Syria

Journalist Elijah Magnier released a statement detail inside information from those with knowledge in the Syrian ranks about the impending US/EU strike on Syria. This will no be a small strike but a massive blow to the Syrian Government. Russia hopes this will pass after 2 days of bombing if it goes longer this could lead to global conflict.

Apr 12 11:23

Let's Listen to Jews....

The onslaught against Jeremy Corbyn is a window into the Zionist occupation of the political discourse in this kingdom. Since British MSM ignores these Jews. I'll try to help their voice be heard.

Apr 12 11:21

May calls urgent cabinet meeting amid reports of looming military action in Syria

British Prime Minister Theresa May has summoned her cabinet to brief ministers this Thursday on a "fast-moving week" amid the ratcheting up of tensions over Syria. May’s spokesman confirmed that the meeting will focus on Syria.

May will hold an unscheduled meeting of her cabinet on Thursday, which will involve senior ministers, her spokesman told media. While the agenda of the meeting has not been made public, reports suggest May is going to seek approval for military action in Syria.

Sky News reported that May is expected to ask the ministers to greenlight the UK's participation in an attack spearheaded by France and the US, without consulting the Parliament. Should the approval be granted, the operation could be launched "within hours."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Here's your rifle, Theresa...

Apr 12 11:03

BEX ALERT - Russia wants to cause 'thousands and thousands and thousands of deaths' in Britain declares Tory Defence Secretary

Russia wants to cause "thousands and thousands and thousands of deaths" in Britain, the Tory Defence Secretary has declared.

Gavin Williamson made the apocalyptic suggestion that President Vladimir Putin could authorise an attack on critical energy supplies to the UK.

The Cabinet minister complained Russians "keep photographing and looking at power stations", and have an interest in gas pipelines and interconnectors that transport electricity.

He told the Daily Telegraph: "The plan for the Russians won't be for landing craft to appear in the South Bay in Scarborough, and off Brighton Beach.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Remember when Phony Tony Blair claimed Iraq could launch biological weapons at Great Britain with just 45 minutes' warning? This is more of the same war bovine excrement.

Apr 12 09:24

Reports Claim Syria, Russia Capture British Troops In Douma – UK Gov’t Denies

By Brandon Turbeville

As the battle for East Ghouta began heating up in 2018, a reader wrote to me and suggested that there must be something incredibly important in East Ghouta for the United States and the rest of the “Western” world to react in such a volatile way. If recent reports coming from al-Mayadeen are true, that reader may be proven correct...

Apr 12 08:10

Syrian Army Captures British Militants in Eastern Ghouta – Reports

A number of British forces have been captured by the Syrian army during military operations in Eastern Ghouta, according to reports by local media.

According to a report by Al-Mayadeen news channel cited by Fars News, a number of British troops have been captured during the Syrian Arab Army's operations in Eastern Ghouta.

They are believed to be a part of international military forces deployed in the region to launch a ground assault in Damascus in cooperation with the US. According to the report, the US and other NATO countries, Jordan and Israel planned to launch attacks from several fronts, but the plot failed as Syrian armed forces made a series of rapid advances in Eastern Ghouta in March. The plot allegedly involved massive airstrikes by US and Israeli planes that were supposed to pave the way for ground forces.

Apr 12 08:10

Corbyn says MPs must be consulted on any UK military action in Syria

Corbyn said cabinet approval would not be enough and further intervention in the seven-year war could lead to further destruction. “Surely the lessons of Iraq, the lessons that came from the Chilcot report, are that there has to be a proper process of consultation,” he said. “Cabinet on its own should not be making this decision.”

The Labour leader said he wanted to see the “whole picture”, but he also wished to see peace in the region, which required restraint by western countries and Russia.

“I want to see an end to the war in Syria. That does mean America and Russia holding back, pulling back and talking to each other,” Corbyn said. “The dangers of bombing now, which could escalate the conflict beyond belief … Just imagine the scenario if an American missile shoots down a Russian plane or vice versa. Where do we go from there?”

Apr 12 07:29


The Russian Navy has launched live-fire exercises off the Syrian coast as the US is still preparing for a possible military action against the country’s government.

The Russian exercises will be held from April 11 to April 26, the period when, according to some experts, the US strike will be most likely if the administration of US President Donald Trump decides to attack Syria.

On April 10, Russia’s envoy to Lebanon Alexander Zasypkin once again confirming that Russian forces are ready to shoot down missiles and target the launchers in case of an escalation in the war-torn country.

Ali Akbar Velayati, the top adviser to Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, vowed to support the Damascus government against any attack of the US and its allies.

Apr 12 07:09

World War 3: Galloway warns world heading for WAR as relations reach most DANGEROUS level

WORLD War 3 is “happening in slow motion” after US President Donald Trump tweeted a “declaration of war” on Russia, according to former MP George Galloway.

The outspoken former MP said Donald Trump’s “declaration of war” is “more grave than the Cuban missile crisis”.

Donald Trump tweeted that Russia should to “get ready” because missiles “are coming” as tensions between the two states reach boiling point.

President Trump, backed by the UK and France, has proposed military action against the Syrian regime in response to the suspected chemical attack that killed dozens of people in Syria on Saturday.

The US President hit out at Damascus ally Russia and said it should not be partners with "animal Assad”.

Apr 12 07:01

‘He was in Oman!’ Williamson responds after he appears to visit HEDGEHOGS as WW3 looms

DEFENCE Secretary Gavin Williamson was caught in a Twitter storm as social media erupted after he appeared to spend Wednesday with hedgehog conservationists in the Midlands as officials back in London weighed up the UK’s response to a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria amid fears of the US launching a missile strike pushing the world to the brink of war.

Apr 12 07:00

British UN Envoy Idiotically Thinks Karl Marx Founded The Russian Federation – VIDEO

British Permanent Representative to the United Nations Karen Pierce evoked Karl Marx in her criticism of Russia while at the United Nations Security Council meeting on Tuesday.

“In respect of Karl Marx, I think he must be turning in his grave to see what the country that was founded on many of his precepts is doing in the name of supporting Syria by condoning the use of chemical weapons on Syrian territory” Pierce said.

I guess no one told her the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991 and that the Russian Federation is a free market economy.

Apr 12 06:58

Britain Sends Third Warship to North Korean Coast As Tensions Heat Up - Reports

Western countries and their key Asian allies have deployed naval forces to areas including the Yellow Sea to enforce the trade embargo imposed on North Korea by the UN Security Council over its nuclear and missile programs.

HMS Albion with Marine commandos on board is sailing to waters off the North Korean coast to enforce UN sanctions and take part in joint drills with Britain’s regional allies, the Independent reported.

The Albion will join the HMS Sutherland, which has already been deployed to the area.

Britain’s Defense Ministry earlier said that another warship, HMS Argyll, would be dispatched to the region later this year for a series of joint exercises with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore.

Apr 12 06:44

UK Submarines Sent Within Missile Range of Syria for Strikes - Report

According to the UK's Daily Telegraph newspaper, British submarines have been ordered to move within missile range of Syria, as strikes against the Assad regime are expected as early as Thursday night.

The publication reported that the order was issued by UK Prime Minister Theresa May and that she has called on her ministers to meet for an emergency cabinet meeting to discuss how Britain will respond to last weekend's chemical attack on Douma.

Sky News reports that May will soon ask her cabinet to approve the UK's participation in US- and French-led strikes against Syria's alleged chemical weapons infrastructure. Though it is expected that May will get the approval from ministers to join the action, the Telegraph suggested a discussion will be had with the US and France before the final decision is made.

Apr 12 06:43

UK, France Following US ‘Clown’ Into Syrian War

The fluid confrontation of major powers in the Middle East may lead to a deeper and deadlier US-led military incursion, but the fault cannot be laid at US President Donald Trump’s doorstep alone, analysts told Sputnik Radio on Wednesday.

"This guy is the clown of the international community, and now places like the United Kingdom and France are following this clown into another war, which is exactly the sort of disaster they were dragged into in Iraq and Libya," Shabbir Razvi, an economic and political analyst, told Radio Sputnik's Loud & Clear.

Apr 11 15:44

NATO: We don’t want war with Russia, but must believe the UK and are forced to react

(*and THAT'S what's known by some as Leadership With Backbone ?)

Apr 11 15:24

Syrian Army Captures British Militants in Eastern Ghouta – Reports

A number of British forces have been captured by the Syrian army during military operations in Eastern Ghouta, according to reports by local media.

According to a report by Al-Mayadeen news channel cited by Fars News, a number of British troops have been captured during the Syrian Arab Army's operations in Eastern Ghouta.

They are believed to be a part of international military forces deployed in the region to launch a ground assault in Damascus in cooperation with the US. According to the report, the US and other NATO countries, Jordan and Israel planned to launch attacks from several fronts, but the plot failed as Syrian armed forces made a series of rapid advances in Eastern Ghouta in March. The plot allegedly involved massive airstrikes by US and Israeli planes that were supposed to pave the way for ground forces.

Apr 11 13:32

UK Submarines Sent Within Missile Range of Syria for Strikes - Report

According to the UK's Daily Telegraph newspaper, British submarines have been ordered to move within missile range of Syria, as strikes against the Assad regime are expected as early as Thursday night.

The report follows US President Donald Trump's warning to Russia and Syria to "get ready" for a missile strike. Trump noted that the strike would involve bombs that will be "nice and new."

Apr 11 13:26

May ready to bypass Parliament & approve UK military intervention in Syria – BBC

UK Prime Minister Theresa May appears ready to get the UK involved in a possible military strike against Syria without seeking the Parliament’s approval, the BBC reports citing “well-placed sources.”

May reportedly sees an “urgent” need for a response, according to government insiders. She also appears to believe a military intervention will prevent further chemical incidents in Syria.

Apr 11 13:09

BBC Piece Defining 'Modern British Identity' To Schoolkids Doesn't Go Over Well

The BBC produced a propaganda piece for children purportedly examining "what it means to be British today in a modern, multicultural society."

Apr 11 12:28

Theresa May 'to act on Syria without MPs' vote' - sources

Theresa May looks ready to join military action against the Assad regime in Syria without first seeking parliamentary consent, well-placed sources have told the BBC.

Apr 11 11:49

Former UK Ambassador to Syria: Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack Was STAGED By Islamic Jihadi Propagandists, No One Actually Died

The former UK Ambassador to Syria, Peter Ford, told BBC Radio Scotland regarding the alleged Douma chemical weapons attack:

The Syrian government is probably not guilty

The sources claiming there was a chemical weapons attack are pro-Islamist jihadi propaganda outlets

The incident was probably staged, and it is likely that no one actually died

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF there is a guy who can most probably ferret out the truth about this incident, it would be Peter Ford.

Apr 11 11:47

Theresa May Ready To Join Syria Strike Without Seeking Parliamentary Approval

While a U.S. Carrier Strike Group makes its way to the Mediterranean, and amid reports of US and French fighter jets buzzing around the skies over Syria, the BBC reports that UK Prime Minister Theresa May is "ready to join military action against the Assad regime in Syria without first seeking Parliamentary consent."

The prime minister is said by government insiders to see the need for a response as urgent.

She wants to prevent a repeat of the apparent chemical attack near Damascus, which she described as "abhorrent". -BBC

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation; Prime Minister May, after the Brexit and Skribal disasters, is desperate to "do something" to win back popular British support; I guess she thinks that engaging in World War III will be just the ticket!!

Apr 11 10:55

If the UK is so critical of the killing of unarmed protesters in Gaza, maybe it should stop selling arms to Israel

In the past two years alone, the government has approved export of over £230m worth of arms and military technology, including jets and naval gunboats used in regular attacks on Palestinian fisher-folk

Apr 11 10:54

Jeremy Corbyn Calls for Review of U.K. Arms Sales to Israel Over Gaza Border Deaths

'The killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza is an outrage'

Apr 11 10:54

Israeli Labour party breaks off relations with Britain's Corbyn

Israel’s Labour Party said on Tuesday it had suspended relations with Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour party, accusing him of sanctioning anti-Semitism and showing hostility towards Israeli policies.

Apr 11 10:23

Jeremy Corbyn demands Parliament vote on military action in Syria

The Labour Party leader told the BBC: "Parliament should always be given a say on military action.

"Obviously the situation is very serious, obviously there has to be, now, a demand for a political process to end the war in Syria.

"We cannot risk an escalation even further than it's gone already."

However, the Labour chief, also warned against a "bombardment which leads to escalation and leads to a hot war between Russia and America over the skies of Syria".

Apr 11 10:15

Theresa May calls for ‘more evidence’ before military action in Syria – right out of Corbyn's book?

As Theresa May dithers on joining Donald Trump's expected military action on Syria, reportedly waiting for more evidence, is the prime minister now following Jeremy Corbyn's much-criticized cautious approach?

John Baron, Tory MP for Basildon and Billericay, backs May's reportedly wary response, saying: "If you haven't got clarity with regard to our objectives, you end up being led by events. Our track record of understanding events on the ground and the consequences of those actions has been poor."

The UK PM's request for “more evidence” during private phone calls with the US president, reported by the Times, is seemingly a contrast to the public broadcasts she has made. Along with her top government officials, May has made clear who she suspects bears the guilt for the alleged chemical atrocity in Douma, Syria, on Saturday, pointing the finger at President Bashar Assad, aided by Russia.

Apr 11 10:09


As the United States continues to experience sensational mass shootings and many Americans call for gun control, the London is dealing with its own rash of violent crime, mostly in the form of knife attacks.

Countless memes circulating on the internet have pointed out that despite the British government’s harsh gun laws, criminals have still found ways to commit violence and murder. Despite this, the government is clamping down further, attempting to restrict knife possession even more than it already has in its fruitless attempts to stop the wave of crime (in 2014, for example, a teenager was restricted from buying spoons, a measure that has apparently failed to reduce crime).

But there is more to the story, and what’s missing from the mainstream conversation further discredits the actions of the British government.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The allowance of small amounts of recreational drugs, coupled with an enlightened drug policy, which would decriminalise drugs, would just pull the rug out from under drug crime, as Portugal has done:

Portugal’s Example: What Happened After It Decriminalized All Drugs, From Weed to Heroin

Of course, this is a completely logical move, which is why the UK will dismiss it out of hand.

And besides that, there are too many people, including politicians, the owners, and investors in, private prisons, and bankers, who are very happy with the current status quo, because they are raking in the money from the results of current drug policies in both the US and UK.

So do not expect to see utterly failed drug policies change in the near future in either country.

Apr 11 08:57

The Nerve Agent Saga: Are the Skripals Being Held Against Their Will in Britain?

Chief hospital administrator Cara Charles-Barks hasn’t explained if it obtained consent forms signed by the Skripals after they regained consciousness.

Without them, claims about respecting their privacy “are improper, according to the practice rules of the British National Health Service, and unlawful violations of their human rights, according to British and European law,” Helmer explained.

If attending physician to the Skripals Dr. Christine Blanshard falsified Yulia’s comments, or failed to get consent forms from both Skripals, she and the hospital administrator “can be called to account…in court,” Helmer added.

Yulia, and likely Sergey, are conscious able to speak. Yet they’re being held incommunicado – except for one brief monitored conversation between Yulia and her cousin Viktoria Skripal in Moscow.

Apr 11 08:47

May hesitating to join Trump's attack on Syria, wants more evidence – Times

British Prime Minister Theresa May is reportedly not keen on joining the US in its potential strike against Syria. The PM told Donald Trump she will not act until there's more evidence of Syria's culpability, the Times reports.

On Monday, US President Donald Trump said that he was "very strongly, very seriously" considering a military option in Syria, promising to make a "major decision" within up to 48 hours.

While the heating-up rhetoric from Washington suggests a military response may be imminent, the UK might be second-guessing its strategic partner now. According to a report by the Times on Wednesday, May told Trump that she would not risk pounding Syria with missiles until she sees more compelling proof of Damascus's culpability in the incident on April 7.

Apr 11 08:43

Theresa May Won’t Blame Assad for Chemical Attack, Not ‘Confirmed’

Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that more evidence is needed before blaming Bashar al-Assad for the latest chemical attack in Syria and taking military action against his regime.

Following phone calls with U.S. President Donald Trump and French premier Emmanuel Macron, No 10 said the international community “needed to respond” but did not confirm Assad was responsible at this stage.

Apr 11 08:28

From Skripal To Syria, Will Western Bluffs Spark World War 3?

The situation in the Middle East and the world as a whole is a matter of skyrocketing concern. The risks of conflict were escalated a little over a month ago when UK Prime Minister Theresa May launched the “Skripal affair” and threatened Russia with cyberwar. Then the tune of chemical weapons supposedly used against Syrian “rebels” in Eastern Ghouta was sung more than a few times with the same notes of unsubstantiated arguments as a pretext to blame those who are working against the West’s interests. In Syria, the US and Britain are acting as the outright direct lawyers of jihadists, while the Syrian Army, supported by the Russian Air Force and volunteers from Iran, has virtually liberated Eastern Ghouta from jihadists.

Apr 11 08:06

Protest: Trump & May - No More Bombs on Syria

On Friday, Stop the War Coalition will be handing in a letter signed by MP's, trade unionists, celebrities and academics to No.10 to urge Theresa May to refrain from joining Donald Trump in escalating the war in Syria.

Military interventions from external powers have failed to bring an end to the war. The only solution in Syria is a ceasefire on all sides and a political settlement.

Join us at 17:00 on Whitehall to demand an end to the bombing of Syria.

Apr 11 07:59

Dutch dish out £2500 ‘Brexit vouchers’ to help firms AVOID trading with UK

THE Netherlands Enterprise Agency has launched a new ‘Brexit voucher’ scheme aimed at helping businesses with economic interests in the UK find “alternative markets and map out the consequences of the Brexit for their company”.

Apr 11 07:40

Britain sends third warship to Asia Pacific to monitor North Korea

The UK has deployed a third navy warship to the Asia-Pacific as diplomatic tensions with North Korea continue to rise.

HMS Albion will join HMS Sutherland and will help enforce UN sanctions against North Korea, as well as take part in joint training and exercises with regional allies.

The Ministry of Defence previously announced that HMS Argyll would also be deployed, arriving in the region later in the year to take part in an exercise with Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore.

Apr 11 07:32

Activists Block Alleged UK Missile Plant Producing Projectiles for Saudi Arabia

Over a dozen anti-war activists staged on Monday a blockade of an alleged missile factory in the UK county of Worcestershire at a site owned by the Roxel company manufacturing equipment for rockets and missiles after claiming to have uncovered evidence of the mass assembly of missiles intended for export to Saudi Arabia at the facility.

Jointly owned by the Paris-based Safran group and the Europe-wide armaments manufacturer MBDA, Roxel manufactures an assortment of propulsion systems intended for air to air, air to ground and ground to ground launched missile systems, something anti-war groups fear are being purchased by Saudi Arabia.

Apr 11 07:31

Soros Donated Over $550K to Anti-Brexit Group After Cambridge Analytica Scandal

Billionaire George Soros has long provided funding to anti-Brexit campaigning groups and other organizations which serve his globalist agenda, with some describing his activity as “election meddling.”

The notoriously pro-immigration billionaire donated an additional £400k (around US$567K at the current GBP/USD exchange rate) to the pro-EU Best for Britain group after it was reported that disgraced datamining firm Cambridge Analytica worked with an anti-EU campaigning group, according to BuzzFeed News.

Vote Leave – the UK’s official Brexit campaign – reportedly spent around 40 percent of its budget on services provided by Cambridge Analytica.

Apr 11 07:27

REVEALED: What Trump's new Security Advisor really thinks about Brexit

DONALD Trump’s new Security Advisor celebrated the Brexit result and praised Theresa May’s ability to “rid the UK of the sclerotic over-regulation” by Brussels bureaucrats while slamming the “failure” of the EU project, during an interview on the night of the result.

Apr 11 07:18

Israel Labor party cuts ties to Jeremy Corbyn for supporting Palestinian rights

The leader of the Israeli Labor Party on Tuesday wrote to Jeremy Corbyn suspending “all formal relations” with the UK Labour leader.

In a publicly released letter, Avi Gabbay cited Corbyn’s “hatred of the policies of the government of the state of Israel.”

On Saturday, Corbyn had sent a statement to a Palestine Solidarity Campaign demonstration in London condemning the “killing and wounding of yet more unarmed Palestinian protesters yesterday by Israeli forces in Gaza” during the last two weeks as “an outrage.”

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Apr 11 07:13

Labour Israel lobbyist deletes anti-Semitic “conspiracy” claims

The former Israel lobbyist and high-profile Labour lawmaker Ruth Smeeth has deleted a statement from her website which alleged anti-Semitism in Labour.

In one of the most high profile instances of the supposed “anti-Semitism crisis” in the UK’s main opposition party, Smeeth in June 2016 claimed she had been “attacked by a Momentum activist and Jeremy Corbyn supporter who used traditional anti-Semitic slurs to attack me for being part of a ‘media conspiracy.’”

Activist Marc Wadsworth had in fact neither said nor implied anything about Jews. Neither did he use the word “conspiracy.”

Smeeth did not reply to a request for comment. You can read the deleted statement in full below.

Apr 11 05:53

Trump Builds Coalition for War on Syria

President Trump is in the process of building a new coalition of allies to participate in a multi-nation “strike force” attack on the Syrian government. This talk of coalition action reflects the rapid escalation of plans since US officials embraced Saturday’s allegations of a chemical weapons strike.
Macron, however, suggested he does “not want an escalation,” but rather that the strikes should be against Syrian chemical facilities.>>>
But Syria disarmed their chemical program before the war really began, and dismantled all of those sites. This means there aren’t really operating facilities to be bombed in the first place.>>>
The US, France, and Britain will doubtless lead this new coalition, and Australia is expected to join, with Saudi Arabia expected to be drawn into the conflict. Turkey is potentially to be invited too>>>

Apr 11 05:03

‘Monsters on one side, maniacs on the other’: Proposal to attack Syria splits Parliament

Theresa May has been warned by MPs not to ignore Parliament when joining with Donald Trump in his expected military action in Syria, following an alleged chemical attack that reportedly killed dozens.

MPs from all the main political parties have urged the UK prime minister to consult Parliament before lending military support to the US and France, which are discussing options to target Bashar Assad over the alleged chemical attack in Douma.

Apr 11 05:01

‘Not in my name’: Galloway calls on British public to reject calls for Syria military action

Former MP George Galloway has called on the British public to reject growing calls for the UK to intervene militarily in Syria by writing to their MP to say "not in my name," in an online video.

Galloway, renowned for his anti-interventionist stance in the Middle East, warns any military action instigated by Theresa May's government will only benefit the likes of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and Al-Qaeda.

"If Theresa May takes Britain to war in Syria as the ally and the air force of ISIS and Al-Qaeda, Great Britain will die of shame and our brave pilots will be shot down over Syria by Russian anti-aircraft missile batteries. It's time today to tell your MP: ‘Not in my name.’"

Apr 10 21:48

All Wars Are Bankers' Wars

Written and spoken by Michael Rivero. A video by Zane Henry Productions I've made a new version of ‘All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars’ that contains a lot of new animations.

Apr 10 14:17

Britons demolishing Sergey Skripal's house and a pub in which his daughter is poisoned?

• Bi-Bi-Si announced that Julija Skripalj, 33, was directly taken from the hospital, "taken to a safe location"
• Last night, the Russian ambassador to the UN Security Council, Vasily Nebenza, expressed concern that the inclusion of the CIA in the game between two Skripals could lead to "no one ever sees them." At the same time, Sergei and Julia were called "archival witnesses"
The daughter of the British spy Sergey Skripal - a former colonel of the military intelligence service convicted of the betrayal - was released from the hospital.
Bi-Bi-Si announced that Julija Skripalj, 33, was taken directly from the hospital to "taken to a safe location".

Her father is reportedly still in the hospital, but British officials say his condition is rapidly improving.

Nothing can be checked, despite Julia's departure from the hospital confirmed by Christine Blanchard, the head doctor of the city hospital in Solzberi. She even discovered:

Apr 10 11:30

Britain, US, France May Intervene In Syria Again

The British Prime Minister Teresa May, US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron agreed that in order to maintain the ban on the use of chemical weapons, the international community must respond to the alleged chemical attack in Syria, the spokesman for the British premier said.

“The Prime Minister held a telephone conversation with Trump who agreed that reports of a chemical attack in Syria are highly deserving of a condemnation, and if they are confirmed, there is yet to be proof of the outrageous cruelty of President of Syria Bashar al Assad in relation to his own people, as well as complete disregard for their legal obligations for the non-use of such weapons,” the British statement said

Apr 10 10:23

UK To Jail Viewers Of "Far-Right Propaganda" | Amber Rudd

Apr 10 10:22


In the years since the declaration of a ‘war on terror’ and the invasions of first Afghanistan and then Iraq, the world has witnessed an enormous proliferation of private military and security companies (PMSCs) seeking to profit from instability and conflict. Hundreds of companies have been established in the past few years alone, and there now exists a vast private industry worth hundreds of billions of dollars. Sadly, rather than introducing binding regulation of the industry, the British government has decided to allow the mercenaries to regulate themselves.

The UK is an important hub for the PMSC industry. At the height of the occupation, around 60 British companies operated in Iraq. Now there are hundreds of British PMSCs operating in areas of conflict around the globe, working to secure government and corporate presence against a range of ‘threats’.

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These organisations are not creating global "stability"; they can be counted upon to create even more global instability, for massive profits, of course.

Apr 10 10:09

The town facing a 'humanitarian crisis' caused by the radiation from state-of-the-art street lamps: Residents have endured insomnia, nose bleeds and even stillbirths, scientist claims

Radiation given off by state-of-the-art street lamps is wreaking havoc on the residents of Gateshead.

According to local scientist Mark Steele, 58, people living in the area are experiencing symptoms of insomnia, nose bleeds and several women have even endured the horror of stillbirths since the introduction of LED lamps that emit 5G radiation.

In his circle alone, Mr Steele is aware of three women who have lost their children since the lights were installed in September 2016, with one giving birth to a deformed child that survived just three hours.

He said: 'We are seeing babies dying in the womb as these transmitters are situated outside people's bedroom windows. It's a humanitarian crisis.'

Apr 10 10:05

Russian spy: Yulia Skripal discharged from hospital

The 33-year-old left Salisbury District Hospital on Monday and has been taken to a secure location.

Apr 10 10:00

Yulia Skripal is quizzed by security officials at safe house as Russia says any plan to resettle her and her father abroad with new identities would be 'an abduction'

Russia today claimed any plan to resettle its former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia abroad with new identities would be 'an abduction'.

The Russian Embassy in London said it would be 'another gross violation of international law' if the Skripals were sent abroad with new identities.

Apr 10 08:43

'You're positively TOXIC!' Humphrys hits out at Tony Blair on calls for NEW centrist party

The former Prime Minister shut down claims he is looking to start a new centrist party in Britain but was caught out by the BBC host over his campaign for global change, which promotes centrist policies.

Tony Blair claimed there is a blank space for a centrist party in Britain as the Tory Party becomes “defined by Brexit” and engages in “narrow-minded nationalism” while Labour becomes increasingly engulfed in “far left” politics.

Mr Blair said he would like to make clear that he is not “advocating or involved” in a centrist party but John Humphrys hit back and asked whether the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change is putting together the infrastructure for a new political party.

Apr 10 08:43

‘Enormous setback!’ Meddling Hillary Clinton wades into Brexit row with Northern Ireland

HILLARY Clinton has waded into the Brexit debate by warning Government officials against agreeing to any deal which would see a return of a hard border on the island of Ireland, branding the prospect “an enormous setback”.

Apr 10 08:31


If you've been following the Skripal spy case, then you'll know that things have taken a turn into the surreal. I'm reminded of the old television situation comedy Green Acres with Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor, which was something of a twisted mix-up between Hee Haw and Salvadore Dali; the plots and storylines were so self-evidently absurd that one kept watching just to see what sort of nonsense would follow. Lisa - played with remorselessly chic and stupid elegance by Eva Gabor - was often so confused that she would notice the "credits" at the beginning of each episode, and sometimes read them.

Apr 10 08:09

Russia To Publish Theresa May Correspondence, Showing Inane Kremlin-Phobia

Russia plans to publish the correspondence of British Prime Minister Theresa May when she was in the leadership of the country’s Interior Ministry.

“Today, we will provide you with copies of individual documents from relevant criminal cases, including correspondence from the UK Ministry of Internal Affairs, directly with Ms May during her duties as Interior Minister of the country,” said Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Sahak Karapetyan.

According to him, at that time, Britain rejected the largest number of requests from Russia for extradition of criminals. London refused to extradite 60 people at the request of Moscow, of which 55 were granted refugee status or asylum in the UK. These people are known criminals, some even have a murder verdict against them.

Apr 10 08:05

Britain harbored 55 Russian criminals who stole at least $8.4bn – prosecutor

Britain has routinely given asylum to criminals, who got extremely rich in Russia and fled with their ill-gotten money, Moscow said. PM Theresa May was personally responsible for shielding many of them from Russian justice.
Russia’s Prosecutor General’s office on Monday accused London of harboring dozens of wealthy criminals. Over a period of 15 years, Moscow asked Britain to extradite 83 people for prosecution in Russia, Saak Karapetyan, a senior prosecutor responsible for Russia’s legal cooperation with law enforcement in other nations, told journalists. Of those requests, 72 targeted people accused of financial crimes that have proven damages totaling around 500 billion rubles ($8.4 billion at the current exchange rate).

Apr 10 07:57

London mayor to institute 'knife control' policies after spate of attacks

London's murder rate has surpassed that of New York City in 2018 so far, and Mayor Sadiq Khan is determined to stop it.

The mayor, who branded stop-and-search tactics of suspicious individuals as "racist," now says police will dramatically increase the practice as well as banning home deliveries of knives and acid, which is another popular weapon used by criminals in the city.

Apr 09 09:24


In the early 20th century, British citizens were trusted by their government to own firearms. In fact, then-Prime Minister Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, the Marquess of Salisbury once said he would “laud the day when there was a rifle in every cottage in England.” However, beginning with a law requiring a permit for handguns, Britain would embark down the slippery slope of a total citizen disarmament, and by 1996, all guns, including handguns, were banned in the UK.

In fact, so scared of its citizens having guns is the United Kingdom that in 2006, the government even banned toy guns under the guise of “reducing violence” with the Violent Crime Reduction Act. Fast forward to 2018 and — as gun rights activists have consistently warned — only criminals and the government have guns.

Apr 09 09:22

Ex-Spy Skirpal Recovering Rapidly, Hospital Confirms

Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal is no longer in a critical condition and his health is improving rapidly, more than a month after he was poisoned with a nerve agent in England, the hospital treating him said on Friday.

Novichok, the much-vaunted Russian nerve agent alleged used in the Salisbury attacks, has been presented to the public over the last month as the ultimate killer. Officials predicted brain damage to those exposed to the agent, treating scores of people on even the flimsiest pretext. The New York Times went so far as to call it “The Nerve Agent Too Deadly to Use.”

Yulia Skirpal, the daughter of the purported target, has been improving greatly and is expected to be discharged from hospital soon. Now medical officials at the hospital say that her father Sergei is also “recovering rapidly,” and is no longer in critical condition himself.

Apr 09 08:38

'North Korea could be EXTINGUISHED in just 48 HOURS' THIS tactic is set to CRUSH Pyongyang

Sir Malcolm Rifkind told Nigel Farage that while the public war of words with North Korea has dried up, the shocking impact of sanctions has been revealed in economic reports.

The former foreign secretary spoke to Mr Farage this morning on the former Ukip leader's LBC radio show, where he discussed how North Korea has been crushed in recent weeks.

He surprised the MEP by claiming that US President Donald Trump had little to do with this victory that, and in fact, China is the main reason Kim Jong-un now wants to negotiate.

Sir Malcolm explained how China remains the key figure in the North Korean crisis, and how Beijing could "extinguish" North Korea in 48 hours if they wanted to.

Apr 09 08:22

Cameron CREATED the gangs! Activist makes SHOCKING claim about knife crime wave

RACE RELATIONS activist Stafford Scott argued that drugs have “nothing to do” with the spate of stabbings that has plagued London, and sensationally claimed that former Prime Minister David Cameron was responsible for creating the gangs perpetrating the violence.

Apr 09 08:18

Twitter Explodes as UK Prof Claims Skripals' Awakening "Miracle"

Sergei and Yulia Skripal have been awake for a while now, with doctors saying that both are out of critical condition and responding well to treatment despite initial claims to the contrary.

Alastair Hay, Professor of Environmental Toxicology at Leeds University, explained to Sky News how the Skripals’ “miracle” recovery became possible.

Apr 09 07:37

The Muslim Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan declared a new knife control policy as stabbings in London soar to unprecedented levels.

This of course completely crushes the ‘guns cause violence’ narrative the left pushes since the UK has some of the strictest gun laws in the world.

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Next up: Fork control!

Apr 08 09:25

‘You can’t decide in 24 hours what type of poison was used’ – 1st OPCW head on UK’s Skripal probe

It is impossible to find out what type of nerve agent was used to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter within a short period of time, the first head of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons told RT.

“You can’t decide in 24 hours what type of poison was used and where it comes from,” Jose Bustani, a Brazilian diplomat and first director-general of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), said in an interview with RT.

Apr 08 09:00

Jeremy “Jesus-Christ” Corbyn and Britain’s Zionist lobby

"Recently we learned that Jeremy Corbyn has yet again upset “the Jews”, and by “the Jews” I mean a few loud, obnoxious voices who claim to “represent the Jews”. Since he is a well meaning guy, Corbyn accepted an invitation to celebrate the Jewish Passover dinner with Jewdas who are apparently the “wrong” Jews, according to the Zionist lobby.

"The Board of Deputies of British Jews (BDBJ) and the Campaign Against Anti-Semitism (CAA) are beside themselves. During a phone-in to LBC Radio BDBJ’s President Jonathan Arkush stated that Jeremy Corbyn has “reached the tipping point”. The BDBJ had made it clear to Corbyn that he should stop giving any credence to Jewish “ultra-fringe” groups...">>

Apr 08 08:38

UK Refusal to Issue Visa for Viktoria Skripal Politically Motivated

London's refusal to issue UK visa for Viktoria Skripal is politically motivated and leaves a lot of questions, a spokesperson for the Russian Embassy in London told Sputnik on Saturday.

On Friday, the BBC reported citing a government source that the UK Embassy in Russia refused to issue a visa to Viktoria Skripal, who was planning to visit her cousin Yulia.

"Such a decision of UK authorities regarding the denial of visa to Viktoria Skripal, as we have said, is politically motivated, and raises a lot of questions about the reasons for the decision. The number of questions to the UK side is increasing," the spokesperson said.

Apr 08 08:33

Why the Russian Double-Agent Skripal Could Not Have Been Poisoned with “Novichok”

Initially, the man who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989, the American implementing legislation for the 1972 Biological Weapons Convention, Francis Boyle – Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois, Champaign, with a Doctor of Law Magna Cum Laude as well as a Ph.D. in Political Science, both from Harvard University – told Washington’s Blog:

If this had been military grade nerve agent, the Skripals, the first responder policeman, and many others in the town of Salisbury where the Brits say it was spread around, would have been dead almost immediately. Yet Yulia is now apparently recovering. How did they get over to the park from their home when they should have been dead on the doorstep from contacting the agent on the doorknob?

And, Captain Doug Rokke – former Director of the U.S. Army’s Depleted Uranium Project and an expert on chemical weapons, with a PhD in health physics – told Washington’s Blog:

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The Skripals had a seafood risotto pesce with king prawns, mussels and squid rings at Zizzi, as reported here in the Daily Mail on March 6.

This is a dish with a well known reputation as a source of shellfish poisoning.

The Skripals were okay when they arrived, okay when they left, and passed out 40 minutes later on the bench with symptoms similar to a paralytic reaction from shellfish poisoning.

Apr 08 08:11

Moscow wants British explanations over Skripal's niece visa refusal

Moscow wants explanations regarding Britain’s refusal to issue a visa to the niece of poisoned former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, RIA news agency quoted Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova as saying on Friday.

The UK Home Office (interior ministry) said earlier on Friday that Viktoria Skripal, who had planned to travel to Britain to take Sergei’s daughter Yulia back to Russia, had been denied a British visa.

Sergei and Yulia Skripal are being treated in an English hospital after being found unconscious on March 4 after an attack with nerve agent, but both are no longer in critical condition.

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Britain is probably concerned that Viktoria will learn that the Skripals actually were victims of food poisoning.

Apr 08 08:05

'Free Gaza': London protesters denounce killings of Palestinians

Demonstrators protest against Britain's complicity in Israel's 'apartheid' after 31 Palestinians are shot dead in Gaza.

Apr 08 07:52

How Fake News Becomes Fake History: British Propaganda and World War 1

While it took a while to pick up steam, the Skripal Salisbury poisoning incident has lately dominated Western media headlines. Daily we are treated to the smug and self-righteous faces who, in one breath, compare Putin to Hitler, Stalin, and Czar Nicholas II, before proceeding to compare Russia to Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union and the Russian Empire simultaneously. This would surely be the height of all evil, assuming it were true!

And of course we are supposed to assume it is true because this latest fake news is built on an edifice of an entire history of fake news. Simon Tisdall recently wrote in one of the largest purveyors of fake news, The Guardian:

Apr 08 07:51

SPECTATOR: Sadiq Khan Is a Lousy London Mayor. Why Hasn’t Anyone Noticed?2266

The Labour politician is best known to Breitbart readers for his noisy opposition to U.S. President Donald Trump and police stop-and-search powers, noisy support for the European Union, mass migration, and the admission of supposed ‘refugees’ to Britain, and the deadly crime wave currently sweeping London, which has been the major feature of tenure.

But Gilligan claims that Sadiq Khan’s term in office, which is already halfway through, has also been a failure on its most basic terms, particularly when it comes to bread and butter issues like as housing and transport, despite promises of a transformative mayoralty before his election.

Apr 08 07:50

London: Multicultural District That Voted to ‘Ban Trump’ Facing Almost 40 New Corruption Claims

Detectives drafted into a diverse London borough at the centre of a number of serious corruption scandals are reportedly looking into 39 new claims of electoral fraud ahead of local elections next month.

A specialist team from the Metropolitan Police’s crime and operation division are actively investigating 28 out of a total of 39 complaints made over the mayoral contest in Tower Hamlets, East London.

Reports were made to police by councillors, journalists, election candidates, and an MP, according to the Evening Standard, and concern bribery, forgery, and ballot tampering.

On May 3rd, anti-fraud officers are set to monitor polling stations in Tower Hamlets where they will be stationed wearing body cameras in a bid to deter illegal activity.

Apr 08 07:49

Britain’s Not So Distant History of State Sponsored Assassinations

Addressing the House of Commons on Monday, Prime Minister Theresa May alleged Kremlin involvement in the incident due to ‘Russia’s record of conducting state-sponsored assassinations’.

These words were spoken in a self-righteous sense, one that suggested the UK held the moral ground over Russia and would never go so far as to conduct assassinations of political opponents on foreign soil.

Anyone with even a basic knowledge of British foreign policy towards Ireland however, would know that this patently isn’t the case.

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Let us not forget Dr. David Kelly!

Apr 08 07:47

As Skripal-Gate Collapses so Will the May Government

The United Kingdom is headed for a break-up. Not today or tomorrow, mind you but, sooner than anyone would like to handicap, especially in this age of coalition government at any cost.

By responding to the alleged poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia with histrionics normally reserved for The View, Theresa May’s government has set the stage for its own collapse.

Government’s fall when the people lose confidence in them. May has bungled everything she has touched as Prime Minister, from Brexit talks and her relationship with Donald Trump to her response (or lack thereof) to the escalating level of domestic terrorism and her pathetic campaign during last year’s snap election.

Apr 08 07:42

Newly Revealed Docs Shed Light on UK's Intervention in Russia During WWI

British military intervention in Russia in 1918-1919 was unlawful and indefensible, British government papers held by the National Archives reveal. It has turned Russian public attitudes towards Britain from friendly to hostile.

In March 1918 the Bolshevik government signed a peace treaty with Germany, as they had promised to the nation exhausted by four years of the devastating and senseless WWI. The Russian Revolution was triggered by the overwhelming public desire for peace. The war-weary Russian army simply could not carry on fighting. Britain and France immediately accused Russia of betraying the Allied cause and sent in their troops. In a show of "solidarity" reminiscent of today, a dozen Anglo-French allies took part in the armed intervention in Russia. The official excuse was to keep the Eastern front against Germany and protect the Russian war materiel from falling into German hands.

Apr 07 17:01

Picked off by a paedophile gang, plied with drink, repeatedly raped and pregnant by 14: Victim of Rotherham child abuse ringleader reveals social workers and police did nothing despite knowing about her ordeal

At least 1,400 children, most of them white girls, were subjected to sexual exploitation in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, between 1997 and 2013.

Children as young as 11 were raped by multiple abusers, abducted, trafficked to other cities in England, beaten and intimidated by gangs of predominantly British Pakistani men.

Apr 07 13:18

Gilad Atzmon Needs Your Support!

I am being sued for libel in the High Court in England by Campaign Against Antisemitsm’s chairman Gideon Falter. I have made the decision to fight this crucial battle for freedom of expression even though this fight poses a real risk of bankrupting me and my family. I choose to fight their suit because I believe that the CAA and its chairman and its use of libel laws pose a danger to freedom of speech and the future of this country as an open society. Enough is enough! I am going to need some four figure donations to find the ludicrous amount required. But every single penny mounts up and please do give something. If you support the right to point at the truth without being labeled ant-Semitic – this lawsuit is the battle ground, my fight is your fight. I appreciate any help you can give.