Monthly Archives: October 2011

The 14 characteristics of Fascism

Lawrence Britt wrote this in 2003 after studying the regimes of Hitler, Mussolini et al. I’ve put those which are overly obvious and present here in the UK in bold. 1. Powerful and Continuing Nationalism 2. Disdain for the Recognition … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Journalism, Politics, Press, Social Engineering, Society, War | 1 Comment

Adding fuel to the #Occupylsx fire

There was some notable press on tax dodging and government incompetence/corruption (or both) during September. Oligarchs are given tax breaks for property ownership in the UK while middle/working classes in the UK are given austerity cuts. Government handing out contracts … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Politics, Society

Cameron delivers growth plans for UK

Three words (well, I just said one of them twice): Too little, too late

Posted in Economics, Politics, Society

Financial Meltdown Imminent

Unfortunately, I’ve not had time to turn my attention to the usual issues of corruption, governments and war.  Instead I’ve been transfixed to the imminent financial meltdown of the entire monetary world. At present, inflation is increasing and shows sign … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Politics, Society, War

Todays ‘Non-News’ items, presented by the MSM

Non-news is good news – especially if you’re a senior editor in one of the flagship delivery ports.   Today is Thursday 13th October and the news is…   Liam Fox:  The focus of this ministry of defense fall-guy is … Continue reading

Posted in Journalism, Politics, Press, War

Assange calls on accountability of journalists

Julian Assange addressed crowds at the October 8th Antiwar Mass Assembly in London saying much the same thing John Pilger said in a statement on 6th October.   The Editorial powers in the world’s media are complicit in war crimes – as … Continue reading

Posted in Journalism, Politics, Press, War, Wikileaks

Ireland’s Oil

Posted in Economics, Law, Oil, Politics