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Britain Is out of Control
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Britain Is out of Control
June 4, 2019

Johnson and Gove are Britain’s main contenders to become Britain’s prime minister. One is a lying libertine, a lecherous adulterer who sneers at coloured people; and the other is a cheap trickster who has all the charm, attraction and talent of a sock full of wet spaghetti.

What Boris Johnson Doesn’t Know About British History
July 24, 2018

Brexit is only the latest in a series of British ventures this millennium in which political class has miscalculated what we could accomplish. The process was already evident when Britain was engaged in wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya… Brexit is exacerbating all other grievances and divisions.

What Boris Johnson Doesn’t Know About British History
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UK’s Russia Narrative: A Verdict in Search of a Crime
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UK’s Russia Narrative: A Verdict in Search of a Crime
April 8, 2018

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is on increasingly shaky ground when it comes to his bombastic accusations against Russia in the Skripal case, comments Caitlin Johnstone

The Dangerous Combination of Bolton and Boris
March 31, 2018

Johnson and Bolton are soulmates in heartless belligerence. They hate President Putin and are preparing for ultimate confrontation with Russia, a scheme that is backed enthusiastically by many figures in their respective governments.

The Dangerous Combination of Bolton and Boris
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UK Government Falling Apart, Changes Subject by Kicking Russia
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UK Government Falling Apart, Changes Subject by Kicking Russia
March 30, 2018

In light of this, the response by British diplomat Mr. Stuart Gill OBE in his OpED to the Sunday Times of Malta, where he asserts that, “Today, only Russia combines a record of state-sponsored assassinations with an avowed motive for targeting Skripal…

Poisoning the British Public
March 14, 2018

The British press and its political puppets are determined to convince the British public that there is a massive threat from Russia. The affair of the spy Skripal has provided much ammunition, and the newspapers have been effective in increasing the level of anti-Russian sentiment and increasing international tension.

Poisoning the British Public
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Britain’s Eccentric Foreign Policy
Britain’s Eccentric Foreign Policy
January 3, 2018

For the foreign minister of the United Kingdom to announce in a newspaper that Russia is “closed, nasty, militaristic and antidemocratic” is a straightforward declaration of hostility. But who cares? Britain can’t do anything to Russia — or any other country, for that matter.

UK Foreign Chief Attacks Russia Before Moscow Visit
December 20, 2017

Boris Johnson arrives in Moscow on Dec. 21 to hold talks with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov the next day – the first visit to Russia by a British foreign minister in five years.

UK Foreign Chief Attacks Russia Before Moscow Visit
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