Category Archives: Intelligence

Johnson hides security report on Russian meddling amid suggestion he’s ‘compromised’

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has delayed publication of a dossier on alleged Russian interference in UK voting, Russian bot attacks, and Russian funding of Conservatives. This comes after Johnson’s link to a “Russian agent” was questioned at a US … Continue reading

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UK authorities have just provided the perfect reason why Assange’s extradition should end

A UK authority may have just provided the perfect reason for dismissing the US extradition request for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Court hearing At a 21 October court hearing, Assange’s lawyers made it clear to district judge Vanessa Baraitser that … Continue reading

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Identified, the jihadists who murdered and mutilated this Kurdish human rights advocate

Turkey’s undeclared war on the Kurds is supposedly now on pause. Though president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s objective remains: to ethnically cleanse a 30km strip of Rojava (the mainly Kurdish territory of north Syria). During the week that led up to … Continue reading

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Channel 4 interview shows how devastating any Brexit border in Ireland could be

Channel 4 News has broadcast an exclusive interview with a serving New IRA (Irish Republican Army) paramilitary. The interviewee made it clear that a reimposed border between the north and south of Ireland would result in paramilitary violence. The security … Continue reading

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Julian Assange’s lawyers were placed under surveillance. But that’s not the whole story.

A private security company organised 24/7 surveillance of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during his stay at the Ecuadorian embassy in London. This included confidential meetings between Assange and members of his legal team. The surveillance was provided directly to the … Continue reading

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When even arch-Brexiteers warn of no-deal danger to the economy, you know it’s time to worry

A cross-party House of Commons report, co-authored by arch-Brexiteers such as Jacob Rees-Mogg, warns of the dangers of a no-deal Brexit. The report was published in July, prior to Boris Johnson becoming prime minister, but has only recently been made … Continue reading

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Brexit means an unelected bureaucrat, married into aristocracy, who’s now the de-facto PM

Dominic Cummings is an unelected bureaucrat who’s described as “assistant to the prime minister”, with responsibilities for Brexit and domestic policy. He is clearly determined to see the UK leave the EU by the 31 October deadline. Though he’ll undoubtedly … Continue reading

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Judge’s ruling throws huge spanner into US extradition proceedings against Assange

A US judge has ruled that WikiLeaks was fully entitled to publish the Democratic National Congress (DNC) emails, which means no law was broken. The ruling is highly significant as it could impact upon the US extradition proceedings against WikiLeaks … Continue reading

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General Election timing is crucial for ‘Boris Gang’, as also Dominic Cummings’ role

Despite a denial to the contrary, the ‘Boris Gang’ appears to be preparing for an autumn general election, though the precise timing will be dependent on a number of scenarios. Indeed, over 500 different advertisements promoting the gang are already … Continue reading

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A multi-millionaire’s trial for alleged sex trafficking could see Trump in the dock too

Donald Trump has been accused of sexual assault, including rape, over four decades. So far, he has managed to avoid prosecution. But with the indictment of his multi-millionaire friend Jeffrey Epstein, Trump may finally be in trouble. He may even … Continue reading

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