Category Archives: Global politics

Monsanto confronts devilish public image problem “By JENNY HOPKINSON”

  Found on a US website called Politico is this sychophantic drivel. So I “wrote in the margins” and it made me feel better and now I’ll put it here for much the same reason. “Monsanto is the agriculture world’s … Continue reading

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Dear David……………………….

Dear David, I hear that a new motion is placed in front of the House of Commons urging US representatives to reject war against Syria. My email today – and I realise I have communicated several times recently – is … Continue reading

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A new Agenda?

“WAKE UP TO THE GATEKEEPERS” OK, OK, OK, this ain’t mine. Well, apart from the notes in the margins which I’ve cunningly put in square brackets. I’m sort of warehousing the piece, whilst I work out what to do with … Continue reading

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Here’s a list of nine ways America has fueled the invasion and genocide in Syria

This is pure, undistilled download. I couldn’t concentrate on the original – too many distractions on the page. So here it is, purified, but the net ref is at the foot if you wanna go there. Yeah, I know it’s … Continue reading

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Your pants are on fire.

I do still from time to time meet up with Newsnight. I actually like Paxman’s contorted countenance as he grasps with the latest implausible interpretations initiated by some cataclysmically corrupt contributor to the daily dissection of the densest, deepest and … Continue reading

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Ten Years After

Was once a heavy metal prog rock band but here it’s a lament to military interventions and yet another milestone. All that time since American President Bush launched “Operation Shock and Awe” as a macabre display to be shown as-it-happened … Continue reading

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