Tag Archives: Corruption

The Zionists’ war on Corbyn: What you need to know

Jeremy Corbyn looking afar Nureddin Sabir profiles some of the key culprits in Britain’s Labour Party who have been instrumental in the premeditated campaign to smear Jeremy Corbyn and left-wing advocates of justice for the Palestinians with the slur of "anti-Semitism". Read more [...]

Hungry and frightened: Famine in Ethiopia

Ethiopian drought 2016 Graham Peebles highlights the role of Ethiopian government policy in accentuating the effects of the drought, which is causing famine affecting up to 18 million people, and laments that anyone has to go hungry in a world which has enough to feed everyone. Read more [...]

The world and Israel: Complicity in Zionism’s crimes and why

Western complicity in Israeli crimes Drawing on his past conversations with US and Israeli leaders, Alan Hart argues that the complicity of Western and other politicians in Zionism's crimes will be never ending because Israel is, as it has long been, a nuclear-armed monster beyond control. Read more [...]

Israeli investigative reporter fears for life after major exposé of corruption

Censorship of Israeli corruption On 2 March 2016 Israeli Channel 10 TV broadcast the first part of a four-part documentary on the judicial system. The first episode – shown here – explores the connection between the prosecutor’s office and the mafia, which reaches as high as Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu. Read more [...]

Watch: All you need to know about the Zionist lobby AIPAC and how it poisons US politics

All you need to know about AIPAC Last week prominent US politicians Read more [...]

Corruption and organised crime at the heart of the Israeli state

Israeli whistleblower Rafi Rotem in handcuffs Joseph Zernik shows how the legal and political establishments in Israel closed ranks and began a 14-year-long campaign of persecution against whistleblower Rafi Rotem because he exposed serious organised crime at the heart of the Israeli state. Read more [...]

OECD report points to deep structural problems in Israel

OECD on Israel Marianne Azizi writes: All is not Read more [...]

The American progressive’s dilemma

US corruption Lawrence Davidson reflects on the sad reality of US politics, where principled parties such as the Green Party are unlikely ever to be elected and where “the most likely thing to kick the US out of the rut is catastrophe – something even worse than the fiascos of Vietnam and Iraq”. Read more [...]

Palestine’s “can’t deliver” chief negotiator promoted to secretary-general

Saab Erekat with Tipi Livni Stuart Littlewood laments the continued political existence of Saeb Erekat, the Palestinian Authority’s chief negotiator with Israel who, despite his solid track record of failure, has been promoted to secretary-general of the Palestine Libation Organisation. Read more [...]

Licensed narco cartels: Big pharma and America’s opioid abuse epidemic

Big pharma greed Anne Farron writes:  The USA has Read more [...]