Author Archives: Undercover1

The emails that reveal what was really going on between Britain and Sweden in the Julian Assange case

Documents released under Freedom of Information requests to Italian magazine La Repubblica confirm the very close relationship between the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and Sweden in the Julian Assange case. The files contain hundreds of mostly redacted emails sent over a five-year … Continue reading

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The Alan Turings of our time should be celebrated, not prosecuted [OPINION]

On 5 February, the High Court ruled that alleged hacker Lauri Love should not be extradited to the US to face trial. But there’s a sting in the tail. The court also recommended that the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) should … Continue reading

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Despite his ‘regret’, this 2013 indiscretion could scupper Rees-Mogg’s ‘Dream Team’ hopes

In 2013, Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg attended a formal dinner, where he was the guest speaker. It proved controversial, and five years on he has issued his regret for his “mistake”. So why now? It’s all about timing. And it’s … Continue reading

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Jihadists and Gray Wolves (fascists) assisting Turkey’s war on Kurds

A photo of alleged jihadists reportedly deployed by Turkey to attack people in the mainly Kurdish-populated province of Afrin (northern Syria) has been published on social media. Meanwhile, the independent Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) has shared video footage … Continue reading

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Theresa May has blood on her hands as more children are slaughtered by her UK-armed ally

A group of Kurdish women occupied Conservative Party headquarters in London to protest against the British government’s supply of arms to NATO-member Turkey. Since 19 January Ankara has aerial bombed the mainly Kurdish populated province of Afrin (northern Syria) with … Continue reading

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Echoes of Spain 1936 with call for international solidarity against Turkish aggression

    A women’s army has mobilised to defend the people of the mainly Kurdish-populated Afrin province of northern Syria against the invading Turkish military. This coincides with a call to arms by the international volunteer brigades which, alongside Kurds … Continue reading

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Key NATO member accused of slaughtering innocent people [distressing images]

Since 19 January, a key NATO member has been relentlessly bombing cities, towns and villages, reportedly killing men, women and children. The victims are Kurds. The perpetrator is Turkey. And the place is Afrin province, a largely Kurdish area of … Continue reading

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