Tag Archives: Corruption

Tackling corruption: Why Saudi Prince Muhammad’s approach raises questions

Muhammad bin Salman James Dorsey argues that “power and assets rather than anti-corruption” are behind Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad’s purge of princes and businessmen, and that the aim appears to be “to intimidate and put the kingdom’s elite on notice”. Read more [...]

Balfour mentality has no place in civilised society

Israel's Conservative pimps Stuart Littlewood examines how the Israel lobby’s influence on the British political class has made British politicians put Israel’s interests ahead of the UK’s by supporting the Zionist entity’s criminal, inhuman and unjust activities. Read more [...]

Mahmoud Abbas is no Yasser Arafat. He must go.

Abbas is no Arafat Stuart Littlewood explains why Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas – and indeed the PA itself – have outlived any useful function they might have had – and should now step aside and make way for more competent leaders. Read more [...]

Israelis defy authorities and fight for right to protest against corruption

Israeli anti-corruption protesters - Aug 2017 Marianne Azizi writes: For 40 weeks Read more [...]

Hate plc: UK’s taxpayer-funded hate-crime industry

UK's taxpayer-funded hate crime industry Gilad Atzmon writes: In March 2016 Read more [...]

London’s Grenfell Tower: Neglect, incompetence and contempt for the poor

Grenfell Tower fire Graham Peebles says the Grenfell Tower disaster is the result of socio-economic policies pursued by successive governments, of the abdication of responsibility by local government and criminal negligence by the body that managed the tower. Read more [...]

Tim Farron quits as Liberal Democrat leader to remain “faithful to Christ”

Tim Farron Stuart Littlewood examines the demise of ultra-lightweight and born-again Christian Tim Farron, leader of the UK’s Liberal Democrats, who “talked as though he’d been suckered into the ranks of Zionism, which is where many deluded Christians gravitate." Read more [...]

Israeli whistleblower sent to prison after exposing official corruption

Marianne Azizi writes: A former Read more [...]

A dilemma for the intelligence agencies: Trump’s attack on Syria and historical precedents

Trump-the-ego-freak Against the background of the US missile attack on Syria, Lawrence Davidson examines the correlation between disregarding the information and analysis of intelligence agencies and national leadership that is egocentric, biased and pig-headed, such as President Trump. Read more [...]

Britain’s sickening infatuation with Israel continues

Stuart Littlewood examines the relationship between Britain’s enduring infatuation with Israel on the one hand, and Israel’s stooges and flag wavers who infest the swamp known as the UK political elite on the other. Read more [...]