Friday, 21 January , 2022

UK

Why I am voting to leave the EU

With sadness and tortured by doubts, I will cast my vote as an ordinary citizen for withdrawal from the European Union. Let there be no illusion about the trauma of Brexit. Anybody who claims that Britain can lightly disengage after 43 years enmeshed in EU affairs is a charlatan or a dreamer, or has little contact with the realities of global finance and geopolitics.

Should We Stay or Should We Go? A Debate Over Brexit

Four Brits let us know. By Helen Lewis, Jon Cruddas, Harris Beider and Tariq Ali The Sun Has Set. Get Over It By HELEN LEWIS Until recently, I...

Rothschild: “We may well be in the eye of a storm”

As central bank policy-makers' forecasts have become more pessimistic (i.e. more realistic), Lord Rothschild is unsurprised at the current malaise: "not surprisingly, market conditions have...

Transform the euro into a bancor – solves most EU problems

Transform the euro into a bancor – solves most EU problems By Trond Andresen Why this ritual genuflexion at the EU “altar” also from so many...

More Yes than No to Brexit according to polls

  An interesting opinion poll was conducted between March 29th and April 1st for the Observer, referred to the British referendum whether the UK remains...

Information Warfare: “World War Three, Inside the War Room”. Making Sense...

by Dr. Gilbert Doctorow Making Sense of the BBC’s Pseudo-Documentary Preparing the British public for collective suicide? Or a voice of reason in a world gone mad...

How realistic is BBC film about Russia-NATO nuclear war?

By Oleg Yegorov In a recent British pseudo-documentary film, a confrontation between NATO and Russia because of a pro-Russian uprising in Latvia leads to a...

Can the compassion explosion brought by the refugee crisis stop a...

By Anders Lustgarten Even now Cameron is planning to use the suffering of Syrians to justify bombing Syria and killing more Alan Kurdis. WHAT an extraordinary...