US, UK and UNSMIL’s Dirty Game in Libya

Well-informed Libyan sources said that the Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations to Support Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, is working to use the roadmap committee formed by Parliament Speaker-designate Fawzi Al-Nuwari to cancel the presidential and parliamentary elections. Sources revealed that Williams met with the President of the…

British Intelligence Intensifies its Struggle against Russia and China in Central Asia

Vladimir Odintsov In a recent interview for the The Telegraph Damian Hinds, the British Minister of State for Security and Borders, named the most threatening states with which British politicians and secret service agents must contend. According to him, clear dangers are posed by Russia, China, and Iran. That a representative of Britain’s present-day political and military…

UK Deployed 31 Nuclear Weapons During the Falklands War

RICHARD NORTON-TAYLOR Prince Andrew disembarks HMS Invincible with his parents after serving in the Falklands War. Nuclear weapons were stored onboard. (Photo: Anwar Hussein / Getty) British warships deployed to the South Atlantic after Argentina’s invasion of the Falkland Islands in 1982 were armed with dozens of nuclear depth charges. Prince Andrew served on HMS…

Leaked Files Expose Syria Psyops Veteran Recruiting Youtube Influencer to Counter Covid Restriction Critics

Kit Klarenberg and Max Blumenthal By covertly recruiting popular YouTube influencer Abigail Thorn to counter growing opposition to UK gov’t Covid restrictions, psy-ops pros are bringing home the tactics they honed in the Syrian dirty war. Leaked documents have revealed a state-sponsored influence operation designed to undermine critics of the British government’s coronavirus policies by…

The Fall of the Dream of Elections in Libya

Dr. Mustafa Al-Zaidi Many, including myself, did not believe that the international community managing the Libyan crisis was serious about establishing a Libyan national authority with popular legitimacy, so they looked with suspicion at the announcement of general elections on the twenty-fourth of December, especially since the so-called Dialogue Committee, appointed by the UN mission…

On Human Rights’ Day, UK Court Permits Extradition of Julian Assange to US

Peoples Dispatch (Photo: Wikileaks/Twitter) The British High Court’s decision overturns the January decision by the district judge that found that extraditing Wikileaks founder Julian Assange would be “oppressive”. Rights advocates and Assange’s supporters and family strongly condemned the High Court’s decision On Human Rights Day, a British court cleared the way for the extradition of…

Secret ‘CIA-Funded’ Right-Wing Group Linked to UK Ministers

MATT KENNARD and MARK CURTIS Business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng was funded by Le Cercle in 2019. (Photo: Dan Kitwood / Getty) Two current ministers and two recent justice ministers have been funded by an opaque transatlantic right-wing group which includes members of the intelligence community. Declassified finds eight current Conservative parliamentarians are associated with the…

Britain’s Legacy of Brutal Slavery in Barbados

Jacqueline Luqman An artist’s depiction of Bussa’s Rebellion – an enslaved African uprising against British rule in Barbados. Yes, the British Empire is indeed one colony smaller as Barbados formally declared itself independent of its colonial rulers after 400 years yesterday in a big ole fancy ceremony attended by all kinds of dignitaries. England’s Prince…

2021: Political Turning Point in Central America and the Caribbean

Mision Verdad No day is like the previous one in the Central American and Caribbean region (Photo: @minednicaragua / Twitter). With the background noise of migration to the United States and the recent victory of Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, Central America and the Caribbean are at a turning point that will play an important role…

AUKUS: Forever Partnership, Forever War

Alison Broinowski AUKUS has ensured that Australia’s future will be tied to US warmongering AUKUS is as hard to swallow as its gruesome acronym is hard to pronounce. It’s equally easy to ridicule. It is turning former friends into enemies. It has made an egregious spectacle of Australia as an untrustworthy, reactionary, belligerent country. Yet…