Author Archives: Rob Godfrey

The bigger the lie, the more it will be believed

Although I don’t disguise the fact that I’m on the left of politics, I do try to give some balance on this blog. However, following Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election as leader of the Labour Party on Saturday, with an even bigger … Continue reading

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Boiling Frogs

It all kicked off back in the 1980s with the Iron Lady and the Gipper, and over the last three decades or so it has grown progressively worse. It’s an ideology called neo-conservatism. What’s neo-conservatism..? Basically it’s an ideology that … Continue reading

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You Goddamn, Commie, Pinko Fag!

Voting in the UK Labour Party leadership race ends this coming Wednesday. The result will be announced on Saturday. The bookies have Jeremy Corbyn as a run-away odds-on favourite to win the contest, likewise with the opinion polls. However, with … Continue reading

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USS Reagan Fukushima Lawsuit

Built in the 1990s at a cost of $4.5 billion, the USS Reagan aircraft carrier is one of the largest warships in the world. In the wake of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, the USS Ronald … Continue reading

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Shaken, Not Stirred

I often call for the arrest and prosecution of the bods in MI5, MI6, et al. because they are complicit in the fascist madness that’s happening in the West. It ain’t like James Bond, folks; talking of which, in a … Continue reading

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Break a Leg

It’s been notable that since the fifth anniversary last March of the Fukushima disaster, the anti-nuke community has become a lot less vocal. Usual suspects, such as ENE News and Fukushima Diary, who during those first five years were prolific, … Continue reading

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Another Day, Another Scandal

It could only be the Daily Mail… It’s Keith VICE! Married Labour grandee Vaz quits after he is caught ‘meeting male prostitutes in London flat and asking about sex drug’ (after telling them he was a washing machine salesman called … Continue reading

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Activists and Assassinations

At last night’s closing ceremony of the Olympic Games the Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was dressed as Nintendo’s Super Mario. Abe was there to accept the Olympic Torch for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo; which is a tad surreal … Continue reading

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Propaganda and Pyrotechnics

Media Lens celebrated it’s 15th birthday last month. It’s founders, David Cromwell and David Edwards, said this in a fundraising editorial… We began Media Lens, not because we believed high quality broadsheets were offset by a morally debased tabloid press; … Continue reading

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A Dose Of The Trots

Another week in the lunatic asylum… In the UK on Monday a high court judge ruled that 130,000 new members of the Labour Party would be eligible to vote in next month’s leadership election, in which Jeremy Corbyn will be … Continue reading

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