Britain appears to be creating conditions in Europe to justify the basing of nuclear-armed US bombers at Lakenheath in Suffolk.
A Hazardous Decision: Supplying Ukraine With Depleted Uranium Shells
The UK government should give the whole matter with depleted uranium a second thought: the effects of such weapons will not distinguish between the users, the targets, and the civilians.
Criminals At Large: The Iraq War Twenty Years On
George W. Bush, Tony Blair, and John Howard, are to blame for the criminal invasion of Iraq and global cataclysm consequential to it.
From Balloons to AUKUS: The War Drive Against China
When will this hate-filled nonsense stop? Surveillance balloons treated like evocations of Satan and his card-carrying followers; other innumerable unidentified phenomena that, nonetheless, remain attributable in origin, despite their designation; and then the issue of spying cranes. In the meantime, there has been much finger pointing on the culprit of […]
Trashing Asylum: The UK’s Illegal Migration Bill
The purpose of the UK Illegal Migration Bill is to destroy the basis of seeking asylum in Britain, and the process that accompanies it.
The Warring Peace: The AUKUS Submarine Announcement
AUKUS is an attempt to inflate a threat by developing a number of fictional capabilities in an effort to combat an inflated adversary.
Sensitivity Rewrites: The Cultural Purging Of Roald Dahl
Censorship is never innocent, made worse for its strained good intentions. Children’s stories and tales have not been exempted from this.
The Rise Of The Consultant Governing Class
They have become the outsourcing mandarins, consultancy companies which have served to degrade expertise in the public sector while diminishing the quality of services. Along the way, they have charged astronomical fees in giving repeatedly flawed advice. Consultants, packaged as all wise gurus, have become the great confidence tricksters. Embracing […]
Russia Did The Right Thing At The Right Time By Suspending Participation In The New START
Russia is suspending its participation in the New START, when the treaty’s terms openly working for Russia’s strategic defeat.
Europe Is Doing Well, But Somehow This Does Not Make It Any Better
Europe can afford to spend money to mitigate the impact of the energy crisis, but that is not a long game nor a coherent plan.
Britain Is Protesting
A wave of protest swept across Britain that is hurting the economy and may well wash away the cabinet members led by Rishi Sunak. More and more people in the UK are expressing their dissatisfaction with the actions of the new prime minister, doubting his ability to find a way out of the economic impass in which the country has fallen.
Britain Rebuilds Ties With France
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has tasked senior ministers and officials to draw up plans for rebuilding the UK’s relations with the EU after years of acrimony since Brexit, “across a range of policy areas” on defence, migration, trade, energy and international standards.