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My Trial, And Freedom Of Speech by Craig Murray

My trial for Contempt of Court in my reporting of the Alex Salmond trial is on 27 and 28 January at the Court of Appeals in Edinburgh. Contempt of Court charges can be brought by a judge or by the Crown. These are being brought by the Crown – an important point. It is a […]

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“I Don’t Know What I’m Signing.” Creepy Joe Biden – “Sign Here.” Kamala Devil Harris (0:14)

“I Don’t Know What I’m Signing.” Creepy Joe Biden – “Sign Here.” Kamala Devil Harris (0:14) (To view full screen click the link below.)

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Former Israeli Army Spy Recruited By Labour Should Feel Right At Home by Jonathan Cook

Assaf Kaplan’s work in notorious cyber unit surveilling and extorting Palestinians fits with Labour’s new ethos under Keir StarmerThe revelation this week that the British Labour Party recently appointed a former Israeli military spy to work in its headquarters, reporting to the office of leader Keir Starmer, is truly extraordinary in many different regards.

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Monarch Butterfly Population Moves Closer To Extinction by Olga R. Rodriguez

The number of western monarch butterflies wintering along the California coast has plummeted precipitously to a record low, putting the orange-and-black insects closer to extinction, researchers announced Tuesday. An annual winter count by the Xerces Society recorded fewer than 2,000 butterflies, a massive decline from the tens of thousands tallied in recent years and the […]