fix articles 78163, prime minister david cameron
Basta Ya, Brussels! British Voters Reject EU Corporte Slavestate (tags)
“The EU is an instrument of the ruling classes of Europe for the imposition of brutal austerity measures—most directly on the workers of Greece, of Spain, Portugal and Ireland, but also on workers in the UK, France and Germany….Prime minister, Cameron, has even proclaimed an “Age of Austerity” as his government imposes cuts of £210 billion, (€263 billion), equivalent to over 10 percent of Britain’s GDP, at the cost of the destruction of 20 percent of all public sector jobs, millions more in the private sector and the decimation of vital services.
The Shortwave Report 04/15/16 Listen Globally! (tags)
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. NHK World Radio Japan, China Radio International, Radio Havana Cuba, and Radio Deutsche-Welle.
US Petition Drive to Arrest Netanyahu (tags)
Anti-Netanyahu Rage (tags)
UK Special Forces Fighting Assad in Syria (tags)
Britain Covertly Bombing Syria (tags)
G-7 Leaders Stay Tough on Russia (tags)
Western Long Knives Out for FIFA's Sepp Blatter? (tags)
Britain Prepares for Nonexistent Russian Attack (tags)
Britain Imprisons Migrants (tags)
Kiev Junta Plans Renewed Aggression (tags)
No Let Up in Intense Anti-Russian Propaganda (tags)
Paris Killings Aftermath: War on Civil Liberties (tags)
Police State France (tags)
UK Parliament Supports Palestinian Statehood (tags)
Propaganda alert: British Prime Minister to Holocaust survivors:“We will not let you down” (tags)
The real agenda behind British Prime Minister David Cameron's discourse on the Holocaust is the age-old U.S.-British-Israeli war plans against Iran, Syria and Lebanon.
Reckless Russia Bashing Persists (tags)
Should Cameron be prosecuted for recruiting Brits to fight in Al Qaeda ranks in Syria? (tags)
According to the London Evening Standard, a top British prosecutor has “warned that Britons who travel to join the Syrian conflict will face prosecution and potential life sentences on their return.” What the British prosecutor fails to address is that the British “freedom fighters” are being recruited with the full support of the British government of Prime Minister David Cameron in defiance of UK laws. Does this mean that those who finance and recruit terrorists at the highest levels of the British government also “potentially face life sentences” as suggested by Crown Prosecutor Hemming? Or is Her Majesty’s Government immune from prosecution?
Mission Accomplished, Says Snowden (tags)
Britain's War on Press Freedom (tags)
France Lies for Israel (tags)
Police State Britain (tags)
Undermining Russian/Syrian Peace Deal (tags)
Obama Making More Enemies Than Friends (tags)
Inculcating stupidity: Syria and Edward Snowden (tags)
The Edward Snowden affair and the subsequent media campaign in the Guardian and the Washington Post and other NATO psy-warfare media outlets coincide with the shamelessly deceitful media campaign justifying a military assault against the government of Syria and thus too against the Resistance alliance of Syria, Iran and Hizbollah contesting the Occupation of Palestine. Obviously, it is too much to suggest that the Edward Snowden affair was deliberately contrived so as to provide a progressive propaganda alibi to corporate and alternative media advocating yet another imperialist aggression – this time against Syria. For people outside North America and Europe, the internal spat within the West's ruling élites offers little of interest. Very clearly, almost the entire Western corporate and alternative media network operates on the basis of psychological warfare criteria ultimately at the service of the imperialist tendencies of their countries' societies and the aggressive élites that control them. Like that of their corporate counterparts, the role of the West's supposedly alternative or progressive media, and the similarly funded non-governmental sector, is to provide a moral alibi for their countries' imperialist crimes against humanity.
War on Syria Looms (tags)
Imperial Madness (tags)
London's Guardian: Out in Front Exposing Lawless NSA Spying (tags)
Woolrich London Killing: Terrorism or False Flag? (tags)
UK soldier slaying suspects had been investigated (tags)
Two men accused of butchering a British soldier had been investigated previously by security services, a British official said Thursday, as investigators searched several locations and tried to determine whether the men were part of a wider plot to instill terror on the streets of London.
Israel Gives Chutzpah New Meaning (tags)
Syrian Opposition Unity Deal (tags)
Ship to Gaza Activists Brutalized (tags)
Pressure Builds for Full-Scale War on Syria (tags)
Targeting Murdoch (tags)
Grand Prix Disgrace (tags)
Protesting for Justice in Bahrain (tags)
The Guardian: UK weighs up military strikes against Somalia rebels (tags)
After playing a leading role in the occupation of Kosovo (1999), Sierra Leone (2000), Afghanistan (2001), Iraq (2003) and Libya (2011); Britain is now simultaneously threatening Iran, Syria and Somalia with war.
UK Prime Minister Cameron: We must not be afraid to use military force against tyrants (tags)
In complete denial of the genocides perpetrated by ten years of Anglo-American-led wars across the globe, Mr Cameron and Mr Obama would still have us believe that their aim is ?to spread peace, prosperity, democracy?.
New York Times Disinformation, Denial and Suppressing Vital Truths (tags)
Riots Across Britain: Perhaps More Than Meets the Eye (tags)
British government: We wasted millions chasing wrong terrorist threats (tags)
British government's outrageous new "counter-terrorism" measures are receiving a public relations backlash because of their extreme, fascist overtones.
UK: Bombers who killed a policeman in Northern Ireland may have used explosives from Libya (tags)
“The Prime Minister [...] reiterates, on behalf of the British Government, that they have no selfish strategic or economic interest in Northern Ireland. Their primary interest is to see peace, stability and reconciliation established” [Joint Declaration 1993 (Downing St. Declaration) by UK Minister John Major and the Republic of Ireland’s Prime Minister Albert Reynolds, 10 Downing Street, London, 15 December 1993] .............................................................................................“Let me be clear to anyone watching in the Islamic or the Arab world: Britain has no selfish or strategic or oil-related interest in what is happening in Libya. Our interest has been to try to help save civilian life.” [UK Prime Minister David Cameron, joint press conference with Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, 10 Downing Street, London, 31 March 2011]
Washington's UN War Resolution on Libya (tags)
Remember Saddam Hussain? (tags)
"The capture of numerous British military and intelligence operatives—six SAS men and an MI5 agent—by rebel forces in Benghazi made clear that the powers that be are already hard at work to this end. It has since been revealed by the Daily Mail that ministers have approved “a presence on the ground” of the SAS and MI6, who “will link up with Special Forces already in Libya to provide protection and give informal military advice to the Libyan opposition.”
Pack Journalism Promotes War on Libya (tags)
Calls for military intervention in Libya? (tags)
"The Imperialist powers, they’re economies wrecked by the hubris endemic to their systems, would like nothing better than to seize, Libya’s petroleum assets during this time of eternal turmoil. And why wouldn’t they desire to invade now? They get to derail revolution and they get the oil! This would be London and Washington’s wet dream. And it would be a disaster for the people everywhere! In fact we may ultimately find that their dirty, greedy hands were behind the disaster in Libya in order to create pretexts for actions “imperial in nature” all over Africa. At any rate, no progressive person can believe that “western intervention” will be other than another grotesque rape of the people of the African continent. Please do all you can to resist this horrible possibility? The western powers simply cannot be trusted. Defend the Libyan nations’ right, and indeed all the revolutionary peoples’ of Africa’s’ right to self-determination. No less, and in fact, much more is at stake."
The New York Times Again Censoring WikiLeaks (tags)
willful New York Times censorship