Tag Archives: War Crimes

UK Statistics authority guilty of war crimes

A tad sensationalist, but not far from the truth. They may plead to be as thick as two short planks and dull as ditchwater (well, we already knew that, didn’t we?) but the UK statistics authority have gotten themselves into … Continue reading

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Census 2011 – read between the lines

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Why Libyan airstrikes are a bad idea

So, we marched forward with a ‘No Fly Zone’ imposed by NATO in a quickly drafted agreement involving the US, the UK and France.  All things seem to be going according to plan. Except, the introduction of a No Fly … Continue reading

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Defend Wikileaks – John Pilger

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Heed the word: Murder, Espionage and War Crimes – a most unethical conflict of interests in national census 2011

Would you allow sensitive information regarding your date and country of birth, previous address history, current whereabouts, ethnic identity, sex, sexual orientation, employer, travel route to work and religious affiliations to the same agents who have held ‘terrorists’ in Guantanamo … Continue reading

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Is it time to call a reform on the Corpus Juris?

Is it time to call a reform on the Corpus Juris? Some time ago, I posted a blog on Law that bared the same title as this – but not being au fait with the law, I took it down. … Continue reading

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Wikileaks, Manning, The Guardian and a case of journalistic ethics

The case of Bradley Manning and his alleged crimes of treason to the US government has put the spotlight on several ethical factors surrounding journalism. No person who has witnessed the collateral murder footage could deny that this leak has … Continue reading

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