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CIA (Dis)Information Operations Come Home to the U.S.
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CIA (Dis)Information Operations Come Home to the U.S.
June 3, 2021

Through Operation Mockingbird the CIA ran over 400 American journalists as direct assets. Almost none have ever discussed their work publically. CIA documents show journalists were engaged to perform tasks for the CIA with the consent of the managements of America’s leading news organizations.

The Guardian Misinforms on UK Role in World
May 1, 2021

The U.K.’s global influence is routinely seen as benign, writes Mark Curtis. Only occasionally does a more accurate picture emerge. 

The Guardian Misinforms on UK Role in World
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The Digital ‘Iron Curtain’ Descends
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The Digital ‘Iron Curtain’ Descends
November 30, 2020

When political differences become irreconcilable, the only non-violent alternative might come to be seen to lie with the fissuring of political union.

Britain’s Profiteering Spymasters Ignored the Country’s Biggest Threats
October 30, 2020

While spinning the revolving doors, they have endangered the public by neglecting bigger security threats, like coronavirus and climate change, write Matt Kennard and Mark Curtis.

Britain’s Profiteering Spymasters Ignored the Country’s Biggest Threats
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How the UK Security Services Neutralised the Country’s Leading Liberal Newspaper
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How the UK Security Services Neutralised the Country’s Leading Liberal Newspaper
November 26, 2019

Matt KENNARD, Mark CURTIS The Guardian, Britain’s leading liberal newspaper with a global reputation for independent and critical journalism, has been successfully targeted by security agencies to neutralise its adversarial reporting of the ‘security state’, according to newly released documents […]

HSBC Never Left the Dope Trade nor the Crown: Why HSBC Is No ‘Victim Institution’ in the Huawei Case
October 7, 2019

HSBC can be regarded for all intents and purposes as a British entity operating for British interests under the guise of a Chinese bank, Cynthia Chung writes.

HSBC Never Left the Dope Trade nor the Crown: Why HSBC Is No ‘Victim Institution’ in the Huawei Case
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How Gavin Williamson Almost Certainly Got Caught
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How Gavin Williamson Almost Certainly Got Caught
May 8, 2019

It’s ironic is it not that the Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson, so close to the security services should get caught by the very surveillance services the state has been denying any knowledge of. Craig Murray, former UK ambassador makes an excellent point when it comes to Williamson’s downfall, that America did not want Britain to build 5G infrastructure using Huawei technology – and got its way, irrespective. As for Britain – unable to make even basic decisions without controversy is just another indication of the sheer ineptitude of government the nation is suffering from. Nothing like taking back control eh!

Trump’s Attempt to Weaponize NSA Against His Enemies
April 21, 2019

Not since the Nixon administration has a US president flagrantly attempted to use the NSA to involve itself in a domestic law enforcement matter in pursuit of an Oval Office cover-up.

Trump’s Attempt to Weaponize NSA Against His Enemies
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