Following the release of new FBI files relating to the infamous 9/11 “dancing Israelis”, questions have once again surfaced surround what, if anything, the state of Israel knew about the … Continue Reading In-Depth: Reanalysing Claims That Israel Had Prior-Knowledge of the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks
Julian Assange has been hit with 17 new charges by the United States, the U.S. regime accusing the Wikileaks founder of breaching the Espionage Act. Each of the listed charges … Continue Reading Julian Assange Now Facing 175-Year Jail Term as U.S. Charge Wikileaks Founder With Espionage
Austria has been plunged into a political crisis after the resignation of the far-right Freedom Party from the government, causing the collapse of the administration and a snap election. Swamped … Continue Reading Did Mossad Bring Down The Austrian Government?
U.S. Preparing New Charges Against Assange Possibility of espionage charge on the table Assange could face death penalty There have been reports that the United States government is planning new … Continue Reading Reports: U.S. Preparing New Charges Against Assange
Despite recent claims from American President Donald Trump that he knows “nothing about WikiLeaks“, it has been made quite clear that this is far from the truth, having stating that he … Continue Reading Donald Trump Once Threatened Wikileaks and Julian Assange With the Death Penalty
Anonymous Target National Crime Agency as War for Julian Assange Intensifies, Assange Wins EU Journalism Award
The Anonymous hacking collective has targeted the British National Crime Agency as the cyberwar over Julian Assange intensifies, the collective vowing the target U.S. and Swedish targets in the next phase of the protest.
Prior to the arrest of Julian Assange last Thursday, there had been some speculation that Ecuador would use the release of the INA Papers as a pretext to end his … Continue Reading INA Papers Reveal Extent of Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno’s Corruption
The ongoing campaign of disinformation surrounding the arrest of journalist Julian Assange has moved into second gear as the Ecuadorian government comes under increasing criticism for its role in the … Continue Reading The Assassination of Julian Assange Continues, Anonymous Wage War on “Enemy of the People” Moreno
German & Spanish Politicians Protest Incarceration of Julian Assange, Condemn Equadorian Disinformation Campaign
Lawmakers from Germany and Spain have protested at Britain’s incarceration of Julian Assange outside Belmarsh Prison in South-East London, demanding that bth Britain and the EU put a halt to … Continue Reading German & Spanish Politicians Protest Incarceration of Julian Assange, Condemn Equadorian Disinformation Campaign
Paul Lashmar, University of Sussex Those who have written about the nuclear Cold War remain grateful to Stanley Kubrick for giving us the satirical 1964 film Dr Strangelove which captures … Continue Reading Stranger Than Strangelove: How the US Planned For Nuclear War in the 1950s
The Labour Party has again called for a full investigation of the government funded Integrity Initiative after an admission by the group it may have broken both Foreign Office Rules … Continue Reading Labour Renews Calls For Probe Into Integrity Initiative
With the news from Wikileaks that Julian Assange is to be expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy “within hours to days,” the British government will soon be putting themselves under pressure … Continue Reading Why Britain Must Not Extradite Julian Assange
Dan Lomas, University of Salford Clement Attlee, the Labour Party’s longest serving leader and prime minister from 1945–1951, belongs in the top tier of Britain’s post-war leaders. Surveys for Britain’s … Continue Reading Clement Attlee: Cold War Records Reveal New Side to Popular Prime Minister
Nick Blackbourn, Edinburgh Napier University In the autumn of 1983, at the height of Cold War tensions, the world was only saved from nuclear disaster by the gut feelings of … Continue Reading How the World Reached the Brink of Nuclear War Not Once But Twice in 1983
According to The Times the late Michael Foot, the former leader of the Labour Party, was a Soviet “confidential contact” on the payroll of the KGB to the tune of £37,000 (in today’s money). This might come as something of a shock to followers of British espionage news, who have long assumed that such claims were nonsense – especially after this was found to be the case in the High Court in 1995.
With the return of age-old allegations about Michael Foot appearing in the press again a few days ago, allegations widely debunked and mocked online and from senior Labour figures, we … Continue Reading Was Michael Foot a Soviet Agent? No, But Such Smears Are Common