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NATO-Assassination of Muammar Gaddafi

23-10-2011 21:05

The ‘Rebel’ Assassination of Muammar Gaddafi: a NATO Operation from A to Z ... Muammar Gaddafi – revolutionary leader of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya – was assassinated on Thursday 20 October, 2011, in the Libyan city of Sirte. The precise circumstances surrounding his death have been clouded with mystery and contradicting reports, but the media consensus is that NATO’s ‘rebel’ stooges captured and killed him. This has lent the unelected and universally despised NTC occupation government a decisive propaganda victory in the war on Libya. However, a picture is emerging as to the actual circumstances of his death, one that puts NATO special forces – likely the British SAS – in the centre of the frame.

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Letter from imprisoned anarchist comrade Gabriel Pombo da Silva

23-10-2011 11:00

A Contribution for the Compas in the Fire Cells Conspiracy/Informal Anarchist Federation

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Babar Ahmad, The Clock is Ticking

22-10-2011 17:40

Justice for Babar Inshallah
Babar Ahmad, a British citizen detained for 7 years without charge is sought by the U.S. for extradition. The Free Babar Ahmad Campaign need 100,000 signatures by 10th November 2011 deadline, to necessarily force the issue of his extradition before Parliament. Please sign the online petition and ask your friends to do the same by clicking here .

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Britain’s Own Pravda-Style Propaganda: Ten Years Of ‘Involvement’ In Afghanistan

18-10-2011 14:16

Imagine Britain had been invaded and occupied by armed forces from another region of the world with China, for example, as a significant 'partner' in the 'coalition'. Imagine tens of thousands of Britons had been killed, and millions had fled as refugees. This is how the Chinese state broadcaster might report the invasion ten years hence:

'It's ten years this week since Chinese forces first became involved in Britain, and more than five years since they assumed responsibility for south-east England. So what's been achieved in that time?'

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Royal Navy Medic Michael Lyons loses appeal

14-10-2011 10:33

Today at the Royal Courts of Justice Royal Navy Medic Michael Lyons was unsuccessful in overturning his conviction for refusing to carry out rifle training in preparation for deployment to Afghanistan. He was also unsuccessful in arguing that his seven month sentence was excessive.

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Michael Lyons: Appeal turned down at Royal Courts of Justice

13-10-2011 17:15

michael lyons
Michael Lyons is the young Navy medic who was sentenced to seven months military detention after refusing to take part in rifle training pending the outcome of his application for conscientious objector status. Lyons became opposed to the war in Afghanistan and to all wars since reading the Afghan War Diaries and other documents Bradley Manning is accused of leaking. Today, Lyons' appeal against the court martial and the length of his sentence were both turned down.

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rolls royce - nuclear and military playground in rotherham

13-10-2011 13:14

Here's one for ya

The dudes from Rolls Royce are building even more funky shit up at the 'death park' in Rotherham. If it isnt plain as day that businesses at the AMP dealing in nuclear, aerospace, military, robotics, drones and death are working together for some sinister shit then you might as well go back to sleep! NO NUCLEAR NO WAY!

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Ongoing bombardment of Sirte by NATO

12-10-2011 22:31

Bombardment of Sirte by NATO
The background to the video and image below is the ongoing bombardment of Sirte by NATO aircraft in support of the rebel brigades who are indiscriminately firing tank, mortar and artillery shells into this urban, civilian-populated area. NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has refused to comment on why NATO is not fulfilling its UN mandate to ‘protect the civilian population.’ Using bombs inside a densely populated urban area is a war crime, although NATO commanders (such as Lieutenant-General Charles Bouchard and Admiral Stavridis) and their friends in the arms industry will claim otherwise.

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MI5 recruiting telephone spies in West Midlands

11-10-2011 11:20

MI5 will be eavesdropping on the telephone conversations of Arabic speaking people in the West Midlands during the Olympics

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Antiwar Mass Assembly - John Pilger, Julian Assange videos

10-10-2011 18:21

Our world needs YOU to end war
The Stop the War Coalition organised an AntiWar Mass Assembly in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 8th October 2011 to protesting the tenth anniversary of the invasion of Afghanistan. Photos and videos from the rally.

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10 years in Afghanistan: torture and detention - report

10-10-2011 12:09

Friday 7th October 2011 marked the tenth anniversary of the start of the current NATO-led war in Afghanistan. As well as leading to the death of thousands of civilians and soldiers, the war in Afghanistan is also the birthplace of one of the lesser known aspects of the so-called "war on terror": the torture and arbitrary detention of thousands of prisoners of all ages and nationalities.

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Bury the Dead, Heal the Wounded, End the War

07-10-2011 12:58

6 peace activists arrested outside Downing St on 10th Anniversary of the Afghanistan War.

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10 Years of Afghan War: Guantánamo-related events to mark anniversary (London)

06-10-2011 12:40

Friday 7th October marks the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan on 7th October 2001. Before there was Guantánamo, there were black sites and torture prisons in Afghanistan where such practices continue to be carried out today. Nearly all the prisoners held at Guantánamo had been "processed" and held at the prisons at the Bagram Air Base, Kandahar and the Dark Prison in Kabul before being taken to Guantánamo Bay.

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Police clamp down on young Cambridge arsonists

06-10-2011 12:32

An outbreak of wheelie bin fires in Cambridge has led to young arsonists facing action from police.

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Project champion spy cameras to be used at Olympics

04-10-2011 18:48

The controversial spy cameras that were part of Project Champion and put up in predominantly Muslim Areas of Birmingham have been sold to other police forces for use during next years Olympics.

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Nuclear blockade plus U.S. undeclared war on Commonwealth country Pakistan?

02-10-2011 11:00

BCfm’s weekly politics show
At five: discussing the big stories in Bristol, Britain and around the world
After six: straight talking and investigative reports with Martin Summers

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Ten Years After 9/11: An Interview with Kevin Ryan and Don Paul

01-10-2011 04:01

"Journal of 9/11 Studies" Co-Editor Kevin Ryan and "To Prevent the Next `9/11'" Author Don Paul respond to a few of the assertions made in a 29 August 2011 article that was posted on the BBC News site in a recent email interviw

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7/7: Crime and Prejudice

29-09-2011 12:51

A brand new feature-length documentary on the 7/7 bombings in London in 2005.

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Bomb Scare brings Cambridge to a standstill.

27-09-2011 19:59

The front of Anglia Ruskin University
Yesterday afternoon, like a scene from some surreal movie, Cambridge city centre was the scene of a full scale bomb disposal mobilisation, and the city centre was partially closed down and evacuated.