Commentary

Observations, insights and perspectives on current affairs

Britain lifts ban on front line close combat roles for female soldiers

Like so many fine sounding ideals I suspect that the change in legislation shrouds a much darker objective

What Is The Government Preparing For?

What Is The Government Preparing For?

You may not be getting prepared for a major national disaster, but the government sure is.

Tragedy, Farce and the Goddamned Kali Yuga

Tragedy, Farce and the Goddamned Kali Yuga

With the migrant crisis and the shooting in Dallas, Obama and his cabal of criminals are well on the way to attaining one of the elite’s prized goals — a race war in America

Putin LOSES IT, Warns Journalists of War

Putin LOSES IT, Warns Journalists of War

Ominious outburst that the presstitutes in the Western media have pointedly ignored. As significant as this is it isn’t being reported ANYWHERE in the Western media

Gay Activists Want to Contaminate Blood Supply

Gay Activists Want to Contaminate Blood Supply

Celibate gays, an oxymoron, can donate blood and put the rest of the population at risk

The Truth About Chilcot

The Truth About Chilcot

Craig Murray explains that three of the Chilcot inquiry’s five members actively supported the Iraq invasion. Making it little more than a whitewash

Chilcot, Israel and the Lobby

Chilcot, Israel and the Lobby

Gilad Atzmon reveals how the make up of the Chilcot inquiry contributed to a crucial omission in its final judgement

"Senior" Mourns Canada's Bicultural Heritage

“Senior” Mourns Canada’s Bicultural Heritage

Senior is glad he won’t have to face decadent future and it’s not just “old white guys” who feel this way.

I read the Chilcot report as I travelled across Syria this week and saw for myself what Blair’s actions caused

Robert Fisk on the impact of Blair’s lies

The Kingdom in the Closet

The Kingdom in the Closet

Saudi Arabia has become a byword for hypocrisy and not only politically. Homosexuality flourishes in the kingdom, despite being punishable by death

Labour MP Jo Cox has been remembered at vigils

Hit by a Hate-Quake: Brexit, Saint Jo and the Liberal Elite

If nothing else, the aftermath Jo Cox’s murder illustrates the power of the media — and what a well-orchestrated propaganda campaign can do. But are the liberal elite losing it?

A member of the Syrian government forces stands infront of a bulldozer, north of the southern Syrian city of Deraa. Click to enlarge

Welcome to Dera’a, Syria’s ‘Graveyard of terrorists’

Robert Fisk reports from the frontline in Syria. Where ‘rebels’ are using grenade launchers supplied by either Israel or Jordanian-based coordinators

Reported US Coop Offer to Russia Really Bid to Protect Islamist Groups

US proposals to work with Russia on counterterrorism in Syria are really an attempt to stop bombing of US-backed rebels, says veteran UN human rights adviser and Middle East analyst

If Chilcot fails to nail Blair’s lies, it’s final proof our democracy is broken

While Blair used deception to lure Britain into joining the U.S. led invasion of Iraq, and while the Chilcot inquiry may well criticise him, we have no doubt that he will be immune from prosecution

The Breedlove-Stoltenberg Plan for NATO’s Russia Campaign

Hacked private Gmail messages sent by Gen Breedlove show the former NATO chief was intent on inciting conflict with Russia

Barbro Sörman, fighting for equality for all rapists -- unless they're white. Click to enlarge

Swedish Politician: It’s “Worse” When Swedish Men Rape Women Than When Immigrants Do

As if race makes a difference in rape: incredible double-standards being used to mask the negative impact of mass-migration in Sweden

European Immigrant Despairs for Canada

European Immigrant Despairs for Canada

“What one can see here in Canada is in a severe state of decline and degeneration of the white race.” One of Henry Makow’s readers explains

China should prepare for ‘military confrontation’ in South China Sea, newspaper declares

Editorial says China should let the US it will “pay a cost it cannot stand if it intervenes in the South China Sea dispute by force”

Inside Aleppo, the Syrian city with a past and present shaped by war

Inside Aleppo, the Syrian city with a past and present shaped by war

Robert Fisk reports from the war ravaged alleyways and tunnels in Aleppo, Syria

Fighting an "Invisible Force"

Fighting an “Invisible Force”

Awareness is growing so they’re not invisible any more.